'< ■■ .t MR. STUART hEIVDEI. 6N DIFFICULTIES OF TBE PROPOSAi* t j THE letter"of Mr Rendel; M.P.,in repTy to tfre Secretary of the Congregational Union, is samewhat. amusing. Mr Rendel does not oppose the formation of a party, and, seeing what he has done in the past, we have nfr reason to anticipate that he will kick over the traces when the party has been formed, forion the whole he has been a good and useful mem- ber. But, says he, something else, or some- thing more than mutual understanding, His wanting to enable Welsh Liberal members to introduce acd place úpop: the Statute Book the great and far-reaching measures now required to satisfy the needs aid aspirations of Wales." So far we entirely agree with Mr Rendel; some- thing more is wanted something more will have to be done, There will have to be, as we pointed out last week, actions as weil al words. Let us continue our quotation from the mem- ber for Montgomeryshire. He says "In plain words, it is idle to fancy that nve.and. twenty Welsh members can extort from a British Parliament disestablishment and land law reform for Wales in advance of similar legisla- tion for, Englal d, unless and until the essential principle of the national unity of Wales for legislative purposes in matters distinctly Welsh is formally recognised by both Houses of the Imperial Parliament." Now, Mr Rendel'* fault is that he places the cart before the horse, He evideotly wants both Houses of Parliament to recognise the distinct nationality of Wales before a.Welsh party has beeu formed to lay Welsh grievances before "both Houses." THTE very object of the formation of a Welsh party, we take it, would be to make known the wants of the Principality, to prove to demonstration that the Welsh are more ripe tor certain lead- ing measures than their English brethren, and so bring about the formal recognition which is so ardently desirtd both by Mr Rendel and onrselves. One thing is certftio-25 Welsh members, in a solid phalanx, can, if they like, obstruct the business of an English Parlia- ment to such an extent that. it will have to consider the ways and means of proceeding with its work What a few Irish members— and they were only a ftw until recently—did to attract the attention of the civilised world to their grievances, the same number of Welsh members may, or ought to, do. Still, we do not suppose that obstruction will become necessary. If a Welsh party once thoroughly agreed upon a measure to bring before the House the sense of fairplay in English and Scotch Liberals, with the aid of Irish Home Rules, would enable any reasonable measure to be carried. As to the questions mentioned in the resolution, they are measures that will take some time to develope, and the sooner mutual understanding and co-operation among the Welsh members themselves aee secured the sooner will the national unity of Wales for legislative purposes be formally recognised.
•■■ PUBLIC NOTICES Ti 31" • 1—*■■ ■• U J-? V». ,T}>'•' >• •••? ■ u s ifciil i»i I •• '■ • oiiov f>- .>•1' •■. 'il «»-• ■■ GREAT DRAPERY SALE ( AT •• «l JOHN EVAN" S. *& OQ^ Ie. .n.1 .!ii Commencing on Saturday, August 21,1886. ? -I V 4 *• '■ .MIT* V- L| /KIW t. r ENORMOUS REDUGTIONS! J i.ii, ..i €00 Straw Hats from l|d j 2 Trimmed Hats and Bonnets from Is O^d Ladies' Mantles and Jackets Is Ilid up 2 Waterproof Cloaks from Is llld Skirts J" Is. 01-d Pinafores and Aprons 3§d up 100 Fur Capes from 28 8id Jancy Dresses from 3fd per yard Black and Coloured Woo! Serges „ '¡,!d „ 4 2000 yards BIRck French Merino „ Is 3fd „ 58-inch Tweeds (all colours) 28 7id per yd., usnal price 38 t Id Black and Coloured Velveteens Is 3|d up f 560 Umbrellas from 1114 4 (ALL THIS SEASON'S GOODS). '—= Lisle and Silk Gloves .T. from lid per pair 4-Button Kid Gloves U^d Laces, Fringes, Trimmings, and Ribbon^ yery cheap 150 Counterpane 'f ffrtm IsJl|d 2 Sheetings from 7id per yard All Wool Shirting Flannels J} 7&d Men's and Boys'Felt Hats 4 from 3id Men's Shirts Is 0M Felt Carpets from 7jd per yard 70 pairs of Blankets (slightly soiled). Very chepp 300 yds. Fansy Trouseiings, from Is 6|d to 3s I Id-usual price, [3s 6d to 7s 9d No Goods will be sent on Approbation During the Sale. 1, ALL GOODS TO BE PAID FOR BEFORE OR ON DELIVERY. r. j =====E! ..■.•a. it ,'io t-KH • Address- >' 93, TAPP STREET, PONTYPRIDD. :1. If. l. "FIRM FOUNDJ6D 1745." jt% e (Worth £ 10).— In return for a £ 5 note free and safe ■0&Q per post, one of. my own specially made County Gentleman's Keyless Lever Watches, with a com- pact highly finished THREE-QUARTER PLATE LEVER MOVEMENT, full jewelled in rubies, chronometer balance, and soundest keyless work, in massive sterling silver cases, with flat crystal glass, gold winding button,-and gold jobts. No such value has ever before been offered to the British pubJie, being regulated for hot and cold cli nates, and to stand the roughest wear, and give. the. highest satisfaction in private use. rt pr —The same movement, of finest finish, in a specially oviv. massive and heavy 18-carat gold case, with flat crystal glass. fk o—" THE £ 2 WA.TCHES, in all sizes, for Ladies and oCt A Gentlemen, are famous timekeepers, and are guar- anteed by the firm. Send your Watch and Jewellery Repairs per post (registered) -which will be given only to skilful workmen Estimates sent before doing the work, and I t ike risk and cos; of carriage back. "WATCHES jei TO £100" (ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLET SENT FREY. ON APPLICATION.) Railway Fares Paid when same do not exceed 5 per cent. on Watch Purchases. MR. T. R. RUSSELL, MAKER TO THE QUEEN, •CATHEDRAL WORKS, 18, CHURCH-ST., LIVERPOOL. HE LOST- HIS LIFE! Yea! and that through carelessness. If the thousands wno are afflicted considered for a moment their danger and take Hughes's mond Pills, they would at once be telieved of their paics and cured of their dangerous diseases. For bad blood is the original cause of most diseases j that the human race is subject to. They ify, strengthen, and stimulate the Blood and the chief organs of the body, thereby restoring and pre- serving health. Sold everywhere at Is. lid., 2a. 9d aud 4s. Cd. FURNITURE!! FURNITURE FURNITURE FUKJSnSIi THROUGHOUT, FOR CASH 02 EASY PAYMENTS, Al WHOLESALE PRICES. SLATER & CO. 53, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF. THE LARGEST ^CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE PRINCIPALITY. OVEU. 2,000 FEET OF SHOW-ROOMS. Intending Purchasers should call and see the real artloles, as manufactured by them, before buying elsewhere. Acknowledged by all to be the cheapest ever otieicd. D<iAWING-ROO vl I'UUNirURB, eÐ DINING ROO M FURNITURE, BEDROOM FURNITURE, SITTING-ROOM FURNITURE, KITCHEN FURNI t URE, HALL FURNITURE &c., &c., BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS, FEATHER AND FLOCK BEDS, At Prices to Defy Competition. TEU:JS: For 95 worth of Furniture pay 2a 6d weekly. £ W » „ fs £ 15 j, o3 ,i „ J620 „ „ 7a 6d „ „ JE30 » „ 103 £ 50 ¡, It 16a „ „ £ 100 • » „ 20s „ ANY AMOUNT SUPPLIED ON PROPOR- TIONATE TERMS. Five per cent. Discount allowed on Deposits paid on account of Furnituro, Ac. No guarantee re- quired. No publicity. Strictly confidential. Being Manufacturers, purchasers SAVE RETAILS US' PROFITS. Besides getting a saperior class of goods to those Usually sold elsewhere. GKEAT REDUCTIONS ARE BEING MAE& DURING THE SALE, 1 Hons THE ADDRESS:— "v SIATEjH & ,t CEOCKHERfiTOWN/ CARDIFF. m f"" Preliminary Notice. A CHAND BAZAAR Will be held at the NEW MARKET HALL, PONTYPRIDD, On Thursday and Friday, 23rd and 2ith Sepsmbsr, 1886, In aid of ST. IDA VI D'S. English Calvinistic Methodist (Presby- terian) Church, Pontypridd. GEORGE'S INFANTS POWDERS. TESTIMONY FROM LONDON. 13, Coamo Place, Queen's Square, London, W.C., •. July 24th, 1885. Dear Sir, Will you please forward me;six of your Infants' Powders. A packet ia too much; I like to have them freah. I find them invaluable, and always use them with the sanction of our medical man. By so doing you will oblige, Yours respectfully, C. EDWARD8- B. A. GEORGE, Esq. A paoket forwarded to any address for Is lid. B. A. GEORGE, Medical Hall, Peotre, Pantypridd, Glam. George's Cough Balsam. ANOTHER MARVELLOUS CURB IN THE RHONDDA!! "No. 1, Ash Terrace, Pentre-Ystrad, Dec. 20, 1883. Dear sir,— I have great pleasure in bear. ing sincere testimony to the value of your Congb Balsam. For a long period I suffered from a cold in my chest which rendered me a burden to myself owing to ceogh, shortness of breath; hoarseness, blood-spitting, inability to lie in bed, inability to walk, in fact, inability to do anything except sitting in the corner, and that painful enough very often. But mercifully, one night a friend called to see me and asked me if I had tried George's Cough Balsam. I replied No," .1 and he advised me to try it, that it would be sore to do me good. So I resolved to give it a trial, and I am glad to state it gave me wonderful rehef; and, in my opinion, there is nothing like it for the above ailments. Yours, JOHN JONES." Prepared only by B. A. GEORGE, Medical Hall, Pentre, and sold every- where in bottles at Is lidleach., To PociCMUIX and those obliged to be out in the damp otght ain Cad burr's Cocoa afford* and èz. hilankting beverage, oomfottittg 4od aaateming. Beware of Imitations. I I Po.-it Free, with Sketches and Details for Self Cure, (under coverJ, 6 stamps, From J. Wl LL I A MS, P.M. V" 22, MARISCHAL ST., ABERDEEN. THE POCKET MEDICAL ADVISER. I F or the Self-treatment of Nervous and Flme- j I tWl/al Atllil.Citts, lItducedb!l Overwork, JVorr.lf, t■.xcesses, and other enervating influences, and their Assos.idted Enh. BY THE. NEW LOCAL TREATMENT. ) I A boon to all desiring 'self-cure without re- course to physic or the family doc tor.—Medical Review. A con/utrfj ifarson writes thus:—' Your Guide has cured my.-self and i/ianij parishioners SUFFERERS should procure this handy Referee on various Ailments, and thus avoid doctor's fees and objectionable medicinc.-Gazefte SALE! SALE! SALE! GREAr ANNUAL SALE at the old-established T and noted cheap HOUSE FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, 76, CHOCKHJSKBTOWN, CARDIFF. A splendid opportunity for.parties about to furnish. The whole of the VALUABLE STOCK of Furniture, Carpets, Bedsteads, Bedding, Linoleums and Oilcloths, Cutlery and Electro Plate, Glass, China and Earthen- ware, General Fancy Gotds, <ftc., &c., specially marked down at considerably REDUCED PRICES. Dont fail to see the bargains, and judge for yourselves. IS"* All Goods Carriage PAID at— BERRY & CO.'S, 76, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. 20,000 Lives Lost. AWFUL CALMMTY! CAUSED BY USING ONE PACKET OF Hagon's Powder. THE GREAT DISTROYER OF Bugs, Fleas, Crickets, Blackbeetles, Moths, Cockroaches, Ants, Lice, and all Insects. SOLD IN CREEN PACKETS 20. EACH, -61 and Is Tins.- See that the name BACOV is on every Package, and note that the Lowest Price Packet is 2d. "No Id Tins made of Hagon's Powder." Sold by the Following A-gents TREFOREST-Hill, GeneralDealer PONTYPRIDD—Davies, Chemist; D. Williams 29, Mill Street. HAVOD—Mrs Morgan, Grocer, Trehavod Road David Morgan, 20, Trehavod Road E. Thomas, Trehavod Road; James Richards, Britannia Shop, Britannia. PORT Ll-Davies, Grocer, Pontypridd Road; Samuel Griffiths, 55, Hannah Street. TREALAW-Thomas Jones, Miskin Shop; D. J. Rees, Grocer. TONYPANDY—Prothero, Danraven Street; Pegler, Danraven Street; Thomas, 55, Danraven Street. LLWYNPIA-E. Meredith, Grocer. TREORKY-E. Jones, 172, High Street. HEOLFACH, YSTRAD-J. Jones Grocer; Brimble, General Dealer. TREHERBERT—Jones, Ironmonger, Bute Street and R. T. Jones, Ironmonger, 127, Bate-street. PONTYPRIDD; Pontypridd Grammar School. Higher Education. y. SPECIAL PREPARATION for Preliminary Examinations in Law, Medicine, Pharmaceu- tical Society. ^Iso, Civil: Service, Baike; and Business Pursuits. The Next Term will commence on thpf13th September. 7.. Apply for Particnlar8 to— MR. J. F. MC.CLUNB, The Grange, Pontypridd. r r If,' 1 ( PUBLIC NOTICES. J' Ii< PONTYPRIDD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. AN EXAMINATION will be held on the 10th and 11th SEPTBXBKB, for Captain Williams; Ëntràooe Scholarship ( £ 10), AND FOR Four Exhibidons. of £ 5 each. i} Apply to Mr. J. F. Mc.CttrNB.-Not taken later I than the 1st of September. WANTED, AGENTS- industrial Assurance and Sick Benefit Society. Ferndal., Pontypridd, Pentyrch, Treharris, Mou*. tain Ash, and Disli+icts around. Books vacant. Splendid remuneration to ex- perienced moti. Security required.' Send business records, and full particulars of past experience, with Stamp to MANAGES, 6, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, CARDIFF. g HE B, W OOD JJ O T EL ADAM-STREET, (NEAIt CHAEING-CBOSS), STRAND, LONDON. The London Sunday TtMtes Bay's:—This is one of the beat and cheapest Private Hotels in the neighbourhood of the Strand." This Hotel is much frequented by South Wales people. PROPRIETOR—W. H. PRUST, (LATE OF SWANSEA.) NOTICE In regard to the Prize Drawing for the Benefit of John Davies. THE Management Committee haa, in conse- J. quence of the depression in the collieries, decided to FURTHER POSTPONE the DRAW- ING until the 2nd of October, when it will positively take place in an honest and straight- forward manner, and with several small prizes added to those already named on the tickets, which are valued at dB4 10s. We feel thankful to those who have already patronised it and shall feel thankful for the sym- patby of all who can afford a sixpence. To those who take bdoks please send in your duplicates by Monday, September 27th, 88li. Tickets 6cl each. Books of 1 doz., 5s. D TI LLANWONNO SCHOOL BOARD. <yHE above-named Board invite TENDERS for the L erection of a BOUNDARY WALL at Newtown, Mountain Ash, about 220ft. long, 9ft. high, and lift. wide. Specification to be seen at the Board's Office, Penrhiwceiber, Mountain Ash. Tenders sealed, and endorsed "Tenders for Wall- ing," to be forwarded to me on or before Wednesday morning September 1st, 1886. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. S. SHIPTON, Clerk, Penrbiwoeibr, Mountain Ash. PONTYPRIDD URBAN SANITABI AUTHORITY. TO CONTRACTORS. SUPPLY OF HANDBROKEN LIME- STONE. rPHE LOCAL BOARD for the above District is prepared to receive TENDERS for the sup- ply of BLUE LIMESTONE broken, for METAL- LING THE HIGHWAYS within the said District, and to be delivered free from all charges at the Wharves of the Glamorganshire Canal, Trallwn, Pontypridd, or at Gwernygerwn, Treforest, as tho Surveyor may determine; or if by rail at the Pont- ypridd and Treforest Statious on the Taff Vale Railway. The Quantity required will be 1400 cubic yards. The Stones must be free from shales and all earthy matter. Of the 1460 cube yards, 700 cube yards shall be broken to a gauge of 2 inches in the largest dimen- sions, and 760 cube yards shall be broken to a guage of 2i inches in the largest dimensions. Application for Specification and Form of Ten. der, in which form only will tenders be received, must be made to the Surveyor. All Tenders must be endorsed "Tender for Bcoken Limestone," and addressed to the undersigned 'Clerk to the Pont- ypridd Urban Sanitary Authority," and deposited in the office of the said Authority not later than the 31st day of August, 1886. The Board reserves to itself the right to order more or less than the above quantity, as the Sur- veyor may deem necessary, the same. to be at the prices tendered..Unlimited power of selection or rejection is reserved By Order, H. LL. GROVER, Clerk. Pontypridd, August 19th, 1886. SALES BY AUCTION, PONT-SHON-NORTON, NEAR PONTYPRIDD. TO COLLIERY PROPRIETORS AND OTHERS. UNREaERVED SALE OF COLLIERY PLANT, &c.. &0. MR. JOHN THOMAS WILL SELL BY AUCTION, on MONDAY NE X AUGUST 30fch, 1886, at Pont-Shon-Norton, the undermentioned ENGINES, COLLIERY PLANT, &c., Viz.: one high-pressure horizontal pumping en- gine, single cylinder, 28in. diam., 48in. stroke, fitted with link motion, reversing gear, fly wheel] and apur pinion; one locomotive winding engine, with copper fire box and brass tubes; one loin. vertical engine frame, cylinder, piston, rod, and cross head; second motion shaft, spur wheel and plummer blocks; also, one spare spur wheel, 8ft. 2in. diam.; second motion shaft, with 7ft. drum spur wheel and plummer blocfcs, brake, gear, and one spare spur wheel; pumps in pit, consisting of one 12in. set, and one 1410. set of pumps, with rods, spears, buckets, as existing, each about 80 yards long; one 12in clack piece, one 12in bucket, door piece, one 12 in. sliding snore piece, one 12in. pipe, one wrought iron shaft, with crank disc, three drum sides, and two plummer blocke; one egg-ended boiler, 30ft. long, with mountings; one Cornish boiler, 30ft. long, with mountings; boiler seating and stack, a boat 70yds. of 8in. steam pipes, a lot of old cast and wrought iron, a lot of old timber, wooden pithead frame, about 30ft. high, and 6ft. (pic sheave, and numerous' other colliery appliances. Sale to commence <tt Two o'clock in the after- noon. ;•«!'• "v r »< nr-iu!•;<■. f. 'u'' (: > (.ti'-rfrju;'1 «< Further particular* tauiy b^ h«dt>f tlf$JLttictiOn- eer, at his Ofioes, Cowbridge. SALES BY AUCTION. TONYPANDY, RHONDDA VALLEY, SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. MOSBS CULE is inetr&oted to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Danraven Hotel, Tonypandy, on TUESDAY, the 31st of AUGUST, 1886, at 6.30 for, 7 o'clock p.m. precisely, subject to such conditions of sale as shall then and there be pro- duced, Lot I-All those two DWELLING HOUSES, with SHOPS, situate in Bridge-street, Pandy, immediately adjoining the Trealaw Bridge, held under a lease from the Earl of Dunraven, for 99 years, from the lat day of November, 1884, at the total annual ground rent of £ 3 4s. These Premises are situate on. the side of the main road from Tony- pandy to Trealaw, and within a few yards of the main road from Tonypandy to Penygraigand Dinas. One house with shop is occupied by Mr J. R. Jones, the lessee, who carries on the business of a confec. tioner there. The other is occupied by Mr Evan Thomas, shoemaker, as yearly tenant, at the low annual rent of £30. Lot 2—All those seven Dwelling Houses, situate on Gelli Fields, Tonypandy, opposite the Catholic Church. These houses are well built, and set back from the read, and are in the several occupa- tions of John Gould, Michael Lewis, J. Brimble, Thomas Williams, and others, at a rent of 25a per lunar month for each house. Lot 3—All that Dwelling House situate at the Penygraig end of the dwellng-houses comprised in lot 2. This house is a well-built and commodious one, and is now, or was lately, let at a rental of 35s per lunar month. Lots 2 and 3 are held under an agreement for lease for a term of 99 years, from the 1st day of November, 1885, at the total annual ground rent of 912 17s. Od-. For further partiotilars apply to the Auctioneer, Pentrebach, Pontyptidd; or to MESSRS. 8PICKETT A SONS, Solicitors, Court House, Pontypridd. HOUSES FOR SALE In the Rhondda Valley, &e. TREALAW. A, Double house. Shop and Bake .4ouse, No. 132, Miskin Road; Two double dwelling houses, with land adjoining, Nos. 118, 119, Miskin Road; Six dwelling houses, Nos. 1, 5, 6, 14, 15, & 16, Wain- graig Road; Five dwelling houses, Nos. 23, 24, 25, 26, & 27 Hillman's Row; Seven dwelling houses, Nos 15, 16, 17,20,21,47 & 48, Williams. town Road, (near the English Wesleyan Chapel). TONYREFAIL. Two dwelling houses in Gollenna Road. DINAS. Dwelling house No. 28, Dinas Road, opposite the Half-way House; Five dwelling houses, Nos. 65, 66, 69, 70, & 71 Dinas Road. TREORKY. Two dwelling houses Nos. 106 & 107 Dumfries Street; Stable at rear of last named. PENTRE. Two dwelling houses, being Oak Tree Houses, top of Churcbfield Row, (one being a double house). YSTRAD RHONDDA. Double dwelling house No. 136, Ystrad Road; Five dwelling houses Nos. 22, 23, 24, 25, & 26, Tyntyla. Road, (near Gellygaled Inn). PENCOEDCAE. Four Dwelling houses. LLANTRISANT. Large Dwelling house near the Turnpike Gate, David's Town, Llantrisant. FERNDALE. Block of three dwellings, Commer- cial Street, and one dwelling house Upper Row. PONTYPRIDD. Two dwelling houses, Wood Road Also, houses in OGMORE VALE & ABERDARE,— particulars of which can be obtained of the undermentioned. The houses can be sold separately, or in lots, as may be required. Ninety per cent., of the purchase money can reinain on mortgage, repayable in easy in- stalments, if required. ,> For full pal ticulars apply to Mr H. W. Hughes, Preswylfa, Penygraig; Messrs Griffith and Lambe, Solicitors, .Cardiff, or to Mr Petei Price, 3, Crockherbtown, Cardiff.
A TORY M.P. ON THE PROPOSED WELSH PARTY. THE Welsh Congregational Union, at its annual conference, passed a resolution upon the necessity for a Welsh party in Parliament, which would secure mutual understanding and co-operation, in order to initiate and carry legislative proposals to meet the just national claims of Wales, and, amongst other things, "The Disestablishment and Disendowment of the Church," "The Reform of the Land Laws," as well as an "Equitable and effectual measure of Intermediate Education in Wales." Copies of the resolution were sent to all the Welsh members, and the Liberal members, or a majority of them, have replied warmly com. mending the proposal and promising to do all they can to carry it out. Mr E. Swetenham, the Tory member for the Carnarvon district, however, avoids the pith of the resolution, as to the necessity for a Welsh party, and enters into the leading legislative proposals men- tioned, and, naturally perhaps, he declares his opposition to Disestablishmeht and Land Law Reform, and his idea of an "Equitable and effectual measure for providing intermediate education" is confined to the notion that every- body should contribute towards this by a spe- cial tax, while he stoutly declares—"1 will be no party to robbing other charities as was pro- i posed by the last Bill." As to the last ques- tion, a man who writes as he does about the necessity for exercising Christian charity should be the last to talk about "robbing" other charities in order to educate the children of Wales. The proposal contained in the last Bill gave no more satisfaction to Liberals than it did to Tories, but as to taking away the money stolen or "appropriated" by certain parties, and applying it to a legitimate use, instead of allowing the present abuses to con- tinue, we cannot see-where the robbery comes in.
Pontypridd Board of Guardians, The fortnightly meeting of the Pontypridd Board of Guardians was held on Monday, when. there were present, Mr A Cute in toe chair# Messrs M. Cule, T. Jones, B.TBdwards, E. EvaDl, M. Powell, E. Davies, E. H. Davies, J. J. EWns D. Thomas, (Ferndak). and D. Thomas, (Mardy). —A deputation from the Workmen of Mardy Ferndale, and Tylorstown waited upon the Board and urged the necessity of having a. resi- dent medical officer for that portion of the dis- trict.—After some conversation had taken place, Mr Thomas, (Mardy), gave notice that he would bring forward at the next meeting the question of carrying out the suggestion of the deputa- tion.
Sent free for Three Stamps to pay Postage) NERVOUS DEBILITY, Its Causes and Cure; Marriage and its Impedimeats.—Just out, a new Medical Work by Dr. E. HAUGHTON and J. NELSON, containing chapters on Health, its resto- ration, loss of vigour, &c.; also, over 100 valuable prescriptions for self-treatment of various com- plaints. Should be read by all wao value health* strength, and manhood, and wish to attain a happy old age.—Address: Mr J. NELSON, Medical Hall, Manchester. TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL AXD STEEL PILLS JrOB FEMALES qaickly coriect irregularities and relieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes Is. 1 id. and 2s.$<?., of all Chemists. Send anywhere for 15 or 34 Stamps* by the Maker, T. E. TOWLE, Chemist, Nottingham. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warran ted to care all discharges from the urinary organs, in either sex (acquired or constitational), gravel, and pains in the hack, (iaaranteed free from mercury. Sold in boxes, 4s od each, all chemists and patent medicine > 01 sent for sixty stamps by the Makers, The Jjiucoln and Midland Counties Drug Co., Lincoln. Wholesale, Barclay and Sons, London ø II: |gAjgg J t tIS 14 M A1 0 o o Pon TIM KIDNEYS, LIVER. ADD URDURT ORGIKS. ■0 BLOOD *j. There il WW* only one way by whiota any disease can be cured, and that is by removing the cause, whatever it may be. The ona medical authoritie* of the day declare thai nea/nt ever)/ diieeue it earned by deranged kidney* or Ueer> restore these, there/ore, is the only way by which wwg can be teemed. Her* is where Warner's Safe OB» JJ? achiered its great reputation. It aats directly JS* kidneys and liver, and by placing them in a tion dimes disease and pain from the system. liver, and urinary troubim; /or the flitwW women; for malaria and general debility, gr* remiewf twf no equal. For DIABETES wk ftY1 WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES.CURC. £ a" tagthi