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OEOXlOIi'S :EDT" .a. FOWDEnS. ) Brynbyfryd, Aberavon, Gla.m., Jan. 31, 1887. DUB SIR, Three years &fr) one of my little boys, who had been convulsed for about seven weeks, was twice given up by the doctor attending, when, as a iABt resource, I telegraphed for a supply of yonr I Powders. The effect of giving him one was indeed jnaryellous, 11 less than twelve hours he was free from fits, and has never had one since. I needn't tell yon I always keep a stock in hand, and should feel obliged by your sending me another packet —stamps enclosed. "Yours faithfully, R. W. LLOYD. Mr B A George, &c. CPINIcrS OF TEE PRESS. BABIES IN HEREFORDSHIRE.—The Registrar- General, in his recently issued "Quarterly returns," rsfers to the fact that the tumber of deaths of in- fants has been far less in Herefordshire than in any othercounty, being only 65 out of every 1,CG0 births registered, while in other counties it ran from 154 tc 180 per thousand. This great local £ 1,000 HEWARD Will be paid to any person that will prove the above Powders I contain A Thousandth Part of a Grain of Opium in a Ton of them. The Proprietor guarantees them perfectly harmless to the youngest babe, And that they are more active than any in the market, one fair avd unprejudiced trial will convince the most sceptical. Read the remarkable and interesting testimonials around each packet. For Fits, Convulsions, Inflammation, Looseness of the Bowels, constant Vomitting, Bronchitis, Small Pox, Scarlatina, Measles, Fevers, and all the troubles whilo Teething, they will be found invaluable if given according to the special directions around each Packet. PROPRIETOR & INVENTOR- B..4.. G^oeige:, Manufacturing and Dispensing Chemist, PENT RE and TON, Rhondda Valley. 1 blessing is largely due to the general custom ef Herefordshire mothers giving their infants "George's Infants Powders," or "Europa Life Preservers," of which one chemist alone in Here- fordshire (Mr P. Ralph) sells more than all other babies' preparations put together.—TLeref&rd Journal. MR B.GKOKOK'SMSDICAL PREPARATIONS.—With all the advantages of wide publicity, articles in them- selves worthless can have no enduring hold on the publio; but if they be of value, then it only requires to make them known in order to create and maintain for them the advantages of public demand. This has been the case pre-eminently with Mr George's Medical Preparations—notably his Earopa's Infant Powders, which have found their way throughout the United Kingdom, the English Colonies, and the United States, and are appreciated by all heads of families who administer them to their little ones. Mr George, having found a remedy for the many ailments incidental to infants, deserves the acknowledgement of the publio for his enterprise ion making his preparations known, and we are glad to hear that in addition to the gratification he must feel by the many testi. monials he receives of the efficaoy of his Infants' Powders and Cough Balsam, his commercial re- ward is seoured.—Merthyr Telepraph, May 11,1887. w W E. VAUGHAN & CO. STEAl DYEING MD SCOOBUG WORKS. LLANDAFF ROAD, CARDIFF. Branch Establishments:- 77, Crockherbtawn, and 248, Bute-st., Cardiff. 62, Commercial-street, and 83, High-street, Newport. 27, Castle-street, Swansea. Aif-nt, the ithondda Valley:- Mr. J. H. THOMAS, Tailor & Draper, Hannah-3treet, Porth. THE MOST SEN3IBLE MAN ia this District J- WILL CLEAR HIS NEXT WEEK'S EX- PENSES, PUT 95 BANK OF ENGLAND NOTE IN HIS POCKET, and assist any charitable object which may be at the mom- ent appealing to his generous instincts. See WEDNESDAY'S TRADE, FINANCE and RECREATION," a weekly Newspaper for Everybody.—All Newsagents and Railway Bookstalls, Id., or post free ljd.—35, Mark Lane, London, E C. "PLAMff'FPENS 1 Eilkt kind*, r Mercury," IVttir* I? <.rhl' I "Man," Saturn, Urartu* Ht-plnUr." THESE pens ais WASSANTED FOR EXCELLENCE. « To be had of n.ll Stationers, or the Manufacturers, MOHUSON Baos.. 7.8. & 9, UEUKOK ST.. PAIIADK IIIMINGHAM. I Postage cn 6d. bnxp*. Id.; Is. do., l$d.; sr<*« lx.xt'8. 2d. extra, p Write frr a »/unple «M. box. IE, ri DRAPERS, < QUEE3 STtfEET, CARDIFF, ARE NOW SHOWING i A Grand Assortment of New Spring Greeds Which for QUALITY and STYLE w:ll compare favcurably with any other •" First-Class Drapery Establishment. =-—————======= ;$. —? Their Long' Experience in the Trade Enables them to offer thtir customers many advantages. The Patronage of those not already Customers Respcclinlly Solicited. PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. v ■ PATTERNS POST FREE. TERMS—CASH. 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Asbestos ard Frrppfonf" racking .$,j Asbestos Plock l iickit g ;->s Asl>es'cs R.Hi d Ck>th I'ackirg p 3s 0 Asbestos ar.d Huhber Sleet and Tap*1 2s b'd b t. » >' » with wire 3,41 Asbcsfr,c Millbos-d 71 ard 8J Cure Packing (1 Lck'^) Is 4J icy otter tecriplion" ef Psttags.««., no! staled ia ttis IK ce m be gy to quote for ob receipt or Saapies.. it For Durebll/v ar.d Strength rur Packings arc rqnal (etho best in the Market, and orr Piices are Lowerthan those of any ether Manufacturer. Ti:ltM?-One M-xll, less 23 per rent, d'rour.t. n, enr priccswill. (tier Irms.. MESSRS- Lloyd & Williams Beg respectfully to announce that they have A OPENED BUSINESS AS AUCTIONEERS T. Valuers, Acconntants, &c. And they are now prepared to conduct sales of FARMING STOCK, PROPERTY, FURNITURE, &c. Further particulars obtained on application. Hawthorn, Pontypridd. PHILLIP R. J A. MES I PONTYPRIDD AND RHONDDA VALLEY. Billposter and Town Crier RENTS ALL THE PRINCIPAL POSTING STATIONS IN PONTYPRIDD AND RHONDDA VALLEY. HORSES and TRAPS kept for Hire. PIANOFORTE ON HIRE. Offices: Tyfica Road, Pontypridd. THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL E I S T E D D F 0 D AT SALEM, LLASTWIT FARDRE, Will take place on J?1?: GOOD FRIDAY, 1 8 8 9. Adjudicators—Compositions and Recitations- Rev. B. Evans (Telynfab), Gadlys, Aberdare; Music—Mr Dan Davies, A.C., Dowlais. Accom- pariist—Professor E. P. Mills. There will be a CONCERT in the evening. For furtliur particulars apply to the Secretary, I. T. WILLIAMS, Maesyffynon, Llantwit Fardre. .t- 'lip >( 'v> 'A <t 9 T>»!ic5or.i B*rer?.ge tnd Ton!<> iralle from Port Wlnlt. ü! Meat I\nd Extrs ?t of. Halt; Ku».-iiicc.SL j. S«"u)!i!»ting. fleih-forminz, Kca'tb- I:z.;t..n, f01 \r,a Ecbtii is Husltv M wct, $.t v« s ■ #<•*<% bf 1M KtMi*: ItimUg. 'f cnsoliolted Testimonial tren. | L-R C.P., L.P.P.S. !)»*» bMr. 1.4U.o-! fr"s: HsdiM) ftt. J. hk., Koad, N., Birmin(h..m, ltih, Da»a S.p.i,—I beg to nokaowledgK receipt of tunapl* 0 -•s;j Us tract cf A?em «nd M&lt Win# tJco one yoo ssnt > fjme back. I new Quite Twenty Patiente »-ni as a f.t»sh-formius> aiv> rtt«ngtb proouciaf ■;Tni, I oji;«ider it second to none, bain* oquaUj aitlal ft *.i lonw of 4«bil;tv, Yonn te.HbfalJy, EDWARD HOPKINS, V*s«v*. A Co. L.P..C.P., &<A t.p. Dtn,t;sr5'is. Wise Me;efc&tm, %sS Pfttoat ISe-Sj Vsa/lcA-d ia the UsiitrJ Kingdom, ia in, ?d. ftnt! <4. Ask tor COLEMAN'S LXEBIG'S EX-LSAICT •>r VZXT ANI) MALT V?i;;k and "ue tbttyoTi '< f ttvi i< ta? -IffBouli;. i. gettioi,- t.h< Wia«, friie <ir«c-> )c tha Maaufa^tarari, wbc fill tervul Pint Bottl* Ire* by Foot on rsaftiyt of f9 *w,xapst. Cos«& r „ nlOliJ „ 10., "IOLT5 ^TTiW & C.Y., SU I. Sold 1Y. D. AEKOTT, Chemist, Pontypridd. WADE WITH BOILING WATER. I EPPS'5 GRATEFUL-COMFORTJN'Q. COCOA MAOE WITH BOILING M", Messrs JOHN THOMAS & MORGAN Auctioneers, Accountants, Valuers, Estate and Insurance Agents. STRIOT ATTENTION TO BUSINESS. J OFFICES :— Market Street, PONTYPRIDD. "Gone in the Twinkling of an Eye." WHAT'S GONE ? WHY THE PAIN. Try the new Chemioal Disoovery- "Chloro Mentha Campbo Paint." A positive core fcr all excruciating Nerve Pains. Try Cbloro Mentho-Campho-Paint. Instant Cnre for Toothache. Try "Chloro-Mentho- Campho-Pai nt." A Certain Cure for Neuralgia. The Best Remedy yet introduced for the above Complaints. The Proprietor respectfully Solicits a Trial of this Wonderful remedy by those who are sufferers, Immediate and positive cure is within the reach of all. TRY ONE BOTTLE. Sold in Bottles at 9i-d eacb, or direct from the Proprietor, Id extra. SOLE MAKEE— El B S Chemist (By examination), 21. CowbridgeRoad, (Opposite Sophia Gardens), CARDIFF. Sold by all respectable Chemists. THE PUBLIC HEALTH Is of the utmost importance. Nothing can pre- serve it like HUGHKS' BLOOD PILLS. Try a box of them, and yon will be convinced of their marvellous influence for all Blood, Skin, and Nerve diseases. Price Is. If d, 2s. 9d.. and 43. 61. Of all medicine vendnn. RICHTER-* fkVt> -SXPELLER ^ARK "COMET" "Vl ?■yft li tli- I i ('u st A safest remedy lo» I HEUMATISM, G0^"T;J-UTMBASO •' p: I« >J[7.RALGIA, Ht w rebef and cur<? evpn in cases of old COLDS, A tria! will prove its artsur- &c passed eaXiricy. 1,1 J & 2'9, of Chsmista.or Post Free 1/3 & 3/ London Dep6t, -55, Fenchorch-St., E.G. C^«5ersvarfc of Substitutes bearing, a similar Title. "FOE Wfin BLOOD is TO LITB.—Clftrke'» world (used Blood Mixture is warranted to oleanse the blooa from all imparities, from whatever cause aris- ing. For Scrofula, Scurvv, Eczema, skin and blood diseases, and sores of all kinds, its effects are marvel- lous. Thonsands of testimonials. In beetles, 2a. 9d. and 11a. eacb, of all Chemists. Proprietors,Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln. Ask for Clarke's Blood Mixture, and do not be persuaded to take an imitation. "T CURE FITS J| "When I say cure, I do not mean merely to stop them for a time and then have them return again. I mean a radical cure. I have made the disease of FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. Because others have failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at once for a Treatise and a Free Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Address in full. It costs you nothing for a trial and it will cure. Address— DR. H. G. ROOT, 73, Farringdon Street, London." iiisiipfiiia "tiavc- a. positive remedy fov the above disuse by its iigj c'lou-'aads of cases of the worst kind aud 01 ^ong ?Cand qg z: !;•«;/» yed. 3rflvfd. so strong- is my faith m it." efl ih;ir J will send TV j K'jTTLi S FREE, togstLer wtl.» VAUJABLE TRK \TiSB on this tu any Give Address in f-tlj Da. T. A. SI.OCUM Farringdon Street. ixmdcin. IF YOU WANT Posters, Circulars, Prop^rair.mes, And all kicds of General Work WELL AND CHEAPLY PRINTED, Go to the "CHRONICLE" Office, PONTYPRIDD. CORNS! CORNS! I MUNDAYSI 414 .1 11 m I |VI I Z/nt J (Registered Trade Mark No. 369S6. A. Certain Cure for Corns. PAINLESS AND HARMLESS. CORNS! CORNS I CORNS I CORNS I CORNS I QORNS 1 CORNS CORNS I CORNS CORNS CORNS I QORNS! CORNS I QORNS! CORNS! CORNS 1 QORNS QOBNS! j QORNS! QORNS QORNS! CORNS! This infallible remedy introduced by J. MUNDAY has obtained a world-wide reputation. The efficacy of "VIRIDfNE" may be judged by its having Cured Corns of over 50 years' standing, which had resis- ted all other remedies. It succeeds where all Plasters and Caustics have failed IN REMOVING BOTH HARD OR SOFT CORNS AND WARTS. 1ESTIMONIALS. From Mr C. LANE, Board Schools, Heb- burn Colliery, NewcastJe-on-Tyne. One bottle of your "Viridine" entirely removed three corns of ten years' growth for me, and a friend of mine who has suffered a martyrdom for years, whom I got another bottle for from you, is now perfectly cured; one cannot help telling people about it, it is such a reliable remedy VICTOR DE LORE, Primo Tenore, Gaiety Theatre, London, writes :— I am pleased to confirm the advertised qualities of Munday's Viridine." In my case it certainly has sacceeded where all caustics and plasters have failed in remov- ing corns. I shall deem it a daty to recom- mend it to all sufferers, especially artistes, to whom plasters, &c., are inconvenient, and, to my experience, ineffective. CAUTION.-As there are several imi- tations of this preparation, the public are requested to ASK FOR MUNDAY'S "VIRIDIN E." And SEE THAT MY SIGNATURE is on the end of each package. By ordering Corn Cure' you may receive one of the many so-called rem. edies' which only give relief, or some worthless imitation of Viridine JN BOTTLES, PRICE Is.; BY POST, Is. 2d. I PREPARED ONLY BY J. MONDAY, CHEMIST, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. Sold by all Chemists. GTT^RIDI^lNr Plate Glass Insurancs Company, Limited. Establised 1863. Capital £ 25,000. This Conpany insures all kinds of Plate and other Glass against malicious or accidental Breakage. Moderate Rates of Premium. Replacements promptly executed. Paid Losses Exceed £ 120,000. Prospectus, &c., on application to Local Agent, Mr John Fisher Seal, Bankruptcy Accountant, &c., 12, iliddle Taff Street, Merthyr Tyclnl. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. -A- S S_ O "W OF FLOWERS, FRUIT, VEGETABLES, &c., will be held AT PONTYPRIDD On the First MONDAY in August. Full Particulars in due course. x-. ■. u HK P"t'!vi-.T MKIMCAL Ai'VI-sK:: O' ? f)>• .1 yinienu. u n" "A'- 'y A Kv-U- ?• Y il K Ni-l" (<-CALJJ:!iA IS! KM. > .>■& *• J cot'-nt, y P rson write* tbi.n .—*• .<«; i1 -5c»!re.i jvjid inftuy vanj»McT)fr?. "'A. M i'ost Free, uith Sketch** ten-t f</r W-Curt • i*. r k .a From J. WiLLlAM. .M<*■*i>-oj i'u'ni O Nl>- 22> A Klr-.Cn A L ST.. ■» -v v 4^* <» v ja ii ni IMPORTANT. brochure gives intact ''The Guaiantec-d Trr>'t;ner.t," as advocated by 400 distinguished miHiieal and other authorities, and protected by M. r ?r.j sty's Royal Letters Patent, of dtites 1857 aad 1372. Sufferers should procure this bandy E-feree on Nervous, and thus avoid d'ctors' fees and objectionable medicine.—Qazeite. Vide MEDICAL ADVISER. CADBURY'S COCOA is absolutely pure and nntamperel with. It Las stood the keenest analytical tests, and consists solely of tlio concentrated extr&c" of the Cocoa bean, the flavour being developed and the Cocoa bean, the flavour being developed and the aroma improved by a spccial process of roasting. 1 GEORGE'S COUGH BALSAM. For the Cure of Coaghs, Colds, Asthma, Hoarse- ness, Wheeling, Influenza, Spitting of Blood, Con- sumption, Bronchitis, Whooping Oongh, Dittioahy of Breathing, and all Affections of the Chest and LUDgl. Extraordinary Care of a. Cough of Six Years' standing, declared before a Commis- sioner to Administer Oaths in the Saprcute Court of Judicature, England. T HENRY JAMES QAM MAGE, of 116 & 117, 1? Widemarsh-street, in the City of Hereford, Contractor & Decorator, do solemnly and sinserelj declare as follows :— 1. About 8 years ago I had a severe attaok of rhea matio fever, from which, when I had recovered, I had a bad ooagh,and the medical man who atttended me, who is one of the Visiting Surgeons to the Hereford Infirmary, informed me that I never could be thoroughly cured from it. 2. From that timeuntil about two years ago I have suffered more cr less from the same cough, which at times was worse than at others. I especially was affected by it in the mornings when I got up, when sometimes I coughed until I was almost suffocated, and I thought I should be stifled. 3. During those years I consulted several medi- cal men, from following whose advice I obtained no relief, and I have taken various patent medicines "Vith the same result, and I had given up all hope of alleviating the cough. 4. About two years ago I was recommended by a friend to buy a bottle of George's Cough Balsam, And although I had no faith in ita proving effica- cious, I gave way to my friend's importaaitifs, and purchased a bottle. i t 6. From the First Bottle of George's Cough Balsam, I took I felt greatly relieved, and I bought another bottle, which I took, and wbiob effectually cared my cough, and since that time I have had no return of the cough. 6. If I find I have taken cold I take a dose of the Balsam as a preventative, and I am now, and have been since I took George's Cough Balsam, As free from Cough as I ever was in my life. And I make a solemn declaration, conscientiously believing the s-nco to be true, and by virtue of the provisions of an Act made and passed in the fiftb and sixth years of the reign of his late Majesty King William IV, intituled "An Act to repeal an Act of the present Session of Parliament, iotitulnd An Act for the more effectua' Abolition of O-iths and Affirma tion taken aad made in various departments of the State, and to substitute Declaratiops in lien toereof, and for the more entire soppiession of volunt,try and extrajudicial Oaths and Affirmations, and to make other provisions for the abolition of unnecessary Oaths." Taken and declared at 16, Bedford-row, in the County of Middlesex, this 9th day of October, 1880, before me, C. L'JCKE MaLEs, a Commissioner to Administer Oaths, Supreme Court of Judicature. HY. SMITH GAMMAGK. lIlr B. A. George.—Dear Sir,—Please send me three gross of Cou^h Balsam at once, as I shall be quite out iu a few days. The sale during the present winter has been the greatest I have yet had, aa many as thirty bottles having been purchased at my shop iu a day. Tnis has been caused entirely by the recommendation of those who have tested its eiBcacy. I am, dear sir, yours faithfully, I'BILIP RALPH, High Town, Hereford, January 17, 1886. CAUTION. The Publio are particularly requested to observe that the words "GEORGE'S COUGH BALSA.M" ar. stamped on each Bottle. None are Genuine without. The r COUiiH BALSAM" will be found peen. li^riy serviceable f^r SELIEVl.VG ALL PAINS, whatever cause prising, such as TOOTH- ACHE, EARACHE, PAIS IN THE CHEsr Oft BOWELS, DIARRHOEA, &0., &0. Sold in Bottles, at 1/1 t and 2/9 eaoh, by most Chemists and Medicine Vendors in the World No. 1, Ash-terrace, Pentre Ystrad, Rhngfyr 20, 1833. Anwyl Syr,—Y mfle genyf yr hyfrydwch mawr o ddwyn ty-ti >1 ieth wirioneddol o werthfawrogrwydJ eich COrGH BALSAM. Bum yn dioddef am l.iwer o amser oddivrth anwyd yn fy mrest, fel yr oeddwa yn boenus i mi fy hunan gan y pesweh, byrdca anadl, crjgn?,. poeri gwaed, methu gorwedd yn y gwely, methu cerdded, mewn gwirionedd, metha gwneyd dim ond eisteid yn y cornel, a byay ya ddigon poenua lawer pryd. Oad trwy drugaredd, rbyw noowaith d'leth cyfaill i edrych am dinaf, gofynodd a oeddwu wedi treio George's Cough Bal- sam. Atebais n■ a dywedodd wrthyf am wneyi prawf srno, ac y buasai yn sior o wneyd Ilea i mi. Felly, pendarfynais ei threio, so y mae yn dda gpnyf allu dweyd i mi gael esmwythad rbyfeddol tf wyddo, ac yn ol fy mam i. oid oes dim gyffelyb iddo at yr aahwylderaa ucbod. Yr eiddoca, JOHN JONES. Purotowyd yn unig gan B. A. George, "Medical Haxl, Pentre, ac ar werth yn mhob man mewn l/It a 2/9 y hotel. B. A. GEORGE, MEDTCAL HALL, PENIEE. PONTYPRIDD, Glamorganshire*