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1 -.KCUME ?'' i'HU?  TftCoMK In*dia TE,? oosms I for the SAM "f the EAT INIA rtable living- ■will, with '"o?'?te .du?s?. .'?.?..?re.p?ectable 'iv'" ?. A' 11' for tprl1\ to the ? .uses. No. 9,  1 —— CO)Ù;Nlc.\TION BET\VE MENAI -——— T?-??,riv?n?c\ I'MARIS. LLAN- STE?A'M ?'?.?'u??DUVERPOOL. ON and after November 2nd,  ? ? (Mo until further notice), the City ?<?''T??? DuMin Steam Packet Company intend  t one of their steamers from Menai Bridge IJ Fndap at 10 a in. ?:. LIVEN!.«.R EW? ?i-sday. C.rgowiU he re, ceived at t?O?enccboek?Uverp.cl up tu Tuesday evening each week. Amplications as before. Menai Bridge, October, 1868. TUH NEW OURVliD POINT EI) PEN 2s. PER GROSS BOX. POST FREE, 2s. 2D. UNRIVALLED MAGNUM JiONUM PENS. OX CONTAINING 12 PENS AND HOLDER, 6D POST FREE, 7D. J. K, D 0 U OLA 8, SVA TIQSER, BANGOR IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. THE WHITEHAVEN NEWS, (PulUxhfl eriry Thursday and Saturday morntnffj ILRCTLATKS, IN ONE ISSUE. MORE corn;" THAN ALL THE OTHER WHITl'IIAVKN NEWSPAPERS PL-T TOGETHER. THE Circulation extends throughout the < w)h.]p of the County of Oum?er?nd. a portion of Westmoreland, Lancashire, Dublin the Isle of Man, Bir keuhead, ?i Livcrpoo). in which pl.? the.eare agents ?orMeh. regular P.??" "ft?p?cr. Thclis of subscribers includes the names of the most influential mercantile and agricultural geutlemcn. and iron-ore pro- prietors. as well Its tlio principal gentry of Cumbeiland •nd I'I\OI'HIETOR WILLIAM ALSOP, To whom all orders for Advertisements or Papers must be addressed. Offices 148, Queen Street and 4. Roper Street Whitehaven DINNRFORD'S FLUID ",N,IAGN.E,IA. For Thirty Years the Medical Profession have approved of this pure solution as the best remedy for Acidity of the STOMACH, HEARTBURN. HEADACHE GOVT ami INDIGESTION: Asd AS a mild Aperient tor delicate constitutions, especially adapted for ladies, children, and Infants. When COMBINED with the ACIDULATED LEMON SYRUP, It forms a most agieeable effervescing draught, in which its aperient and cooling qualities are much increased. In warm seasons and warm climates this simple preparation, when taken REGULARLY, has been found highly beneficial. Dinneford and Co., Chemists, &c., 172, NEW I, I) STREET, LONDON. Suld'1I all rrxpietaljte Chemists throughout the World. CAPTION.-See that "Dinneford & Co. is on each bottle and red label over the cork. 73 '?R?PERRINS? | WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, j !i r?noMCtd j.'? Bet?M j :"&00D SAUCE," rA SAXICE. :| by Connoisseurs ?,?? to as k for | THE ONLY ?? LEA & PERMUS'" lEoiKMnl j See name on wrapper, label, bottle, and • Stopper. Sold by Crosse Blackwell, London, j and by all dealers in Sauces. 5 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS, T t! LEA PERRINS, WORCESTER. T 664 Under the Patron- age of the Queen And the Principa Nobility. The only Kcal Cure without inwftrd Medicine is ROPER'S HOYAL BA" H PLASTERS, for Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness, Indigestion, Palpitation of the Heart, Cioup. Hooping Cough, In- fluenza, Chronic Htraiiw, Kruises, Lumbago, or Pidus in he Back, Spinal and Jvheumatic Affections, Diseases of the Chest,and Local Pains. FRom THOUSANDS OF WONDERFUL CURES Spinal Compbtint of 30 Year's Standing and Rheumatism of the Hip. Nafferton, December 18th, 1862. Messrs. Roper and Son, -Gentlemen, I was aflicted with u paiu in the spine of my back for 30 years, and hearing of your Roper's Plasters about two y Kirs since, I proeured one, and after applying it found relief the first night, and have been free from pain ever since. I was also troubled with Rheumatism in the hip, and applied one with the same results. As I have received so much benefit from the use of your Roller's Piasters, 1 have sent you this for the bonctit of others suffering in the same way. YOIII'.S, &-c., THOMAS BnowN. From F. Cupiss, Esq., M.R.V.C., Author "f the Prizo Essay on the Diseases of the Liver of the Horse. Diss, Norfolk, Maivh 22nd, 1851. Gentlemeu.-For the last three winters Mrs. Clipi-i felt a great delicacy of the Chest, accompanied witho casional pain, cough, and hoarseness. Having had yo .r valuable Roper's R >yal Rath Plaster recommended to her, she ¡n\ll,' a tri.il of one. and it was attended witht he most beneticial effect, iu consequence of wh ch she has made frequent use of them, and invariably with the same good results, -f remain, FKAXCIS OITJSS. Unprincipled Shopkeepers, for the sake of gain, have veuded spurious imitations. Purchasers are, therefore, cautioned to Notice the words, Hoper's Royal Hath Plasters," engraved on the government stamp, and the Proprietor's Autograph on the back. Prepared only by Itt. Roper and Son, Chemists, Sheffield. On Medico-chemical principles, from British Herbs and the Ounis ami Balsams of the Eastern Clime, where The trees drop balsams, and on all the boughs licaltl4 sits and makes it sovereign as it flows." Full-sized Plasters, Is Ud; and for Children, 9,\t! each, or direct by post on receipt of Is 1(1, or Is each in post- age stamps. Sold by most pateut medicine vendors in the Uuited Kingdom. I3KWARE OF IMITATIONS!—Be particular and ask for Roper's Plasters. 1422 ESTABLISHED 1807, THE NORTH WALES CHRONICLE STEAM PKlXTlNG WOHKS IIIGII STREET, BANGOR, PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Executed with Neatness and Expedition, on the Mosr REASONABLE TERMS. pAMnnrrs. CIRCri.AliS, CATALOlU'I'.s, SOCIETIES' RULES, REPORTS, HAND BILLS, BILL-HEADS, CHECK ROOKS, &c hxocuteu in a superior manner. AUCTION BILLS, POSTERS, &C- Well displayed, and on the Shortest Notice. ADVERTISEMENTS RECHVEll Foil AM, THE LONDON AND THE 1T0HSH WALES CHRONICLE 1 • published every Iriday night, at F.i.ulit o'clock, price OHICE.-Caxton House. High Street, lSangor, T' OMUNSON & CO.'S BUTTER POWDER, for TO';Od se{Snn'!J!,EBttPPH' Tt? »OI XD reducing the Limo of Churning oftentimes of honrs to miieitM • and taking nwav all, unpleasant taste of Tur- 11): i, M .ncolUs, Willi Garlic, Weeds, Dead heaves, Cake. So. E,I,i Lt:re, iu Packets 3d, 6d, Is, 2s 611 and 7s tU each. V |T IEBIG'S EXTRAOT OF MEATI JLi OENUINE), Manufactnred on the EetabUshments of R. TOOTH, Esq., Sydney. Paris Exhibition, "Hors Concours." The chemical analysis of Dr. Miller proves that this Extract is unsurpassed in composition, For Beef-Tea, Soups, and Gravies, one ounce of Eitract is equal to two pounds of best gravy beef. -2 uz 2s.; 4 oz., 3'- Od i lb., 7s. Od. 111)., 14s., in Jars with Thompson's patent stoppers. Insist on having Sir. TOOTH'S Manufacture LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT BISJUITS (Coleman's Patent', really delicious. highly nutritive. and economical in- valuable to Travellers, Sportsmen, Invalids, &,c, very suitable for luncheon. —Tins, Is I 8 and 38. 9d. each LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT LOZENGES (Coleman's Patent', in Boxes, Is., 2s. ltd., and 4s. (id., palatable and con- venierit. Sold by RICHARD HUGHES, Chemist, Bangor. W. J. COLEMAN & CO., 13, St. Mary-at-Hill, London, KC 1230 ————— READ THE-wARNING VOICE, To TUB DEBI LIIATED.-I)r. mith. the ceiel,rated Physici-n for trip etire 01 Nervous Debility, continues to send by post, free of charge, a copy of his invaluable work, The Warnin* Voice(130 pat'fõ) a J dical Work on the Cure by Meilicine only of Nervous nt)n,n Painful i?mins. Mental and )'hye?at Dt'preÛon, Pal- pitati,?t;? of the Heart, Noi?" in the Head and ):ars Indecision, mMi?d<'iehtah<t?<'m?y.!nd?Mtion. LOS8 of hnerey and Apl)etite P.fins in the Bk and Timid? ?if,X..tru. Dis- z.HM< LMeotS.itud?.f.?ondtfM r.?. &c, i hlA Important hnninnntMu- thcPt.'<pt'ons and Instructions by "htch many ) n.?d. ? r Sn.ith's p meats have been restored to health a dvijoiir. .tte?kc.ri. i.) and all other ta)se))-caUe? remedies had failed. Sent Iree, under seal, to any address, on receipt of a stalUi'ed dir"4'I..d CIl\'tdnpt'. staii,pe(i CONSULT A LONDON PHYSICIAN. Dr smith ».li lor the ileneti. oi Pe.sons .uttering from Ner vous D. biiitv &e on receiving a dtseription of their case (en (Itfling a st iiiiiie(i directed envelop- for reply), send his %vrittc OI)ililoti, ivitil atl%i(.e 'and tiirectioiiv, for the most tuccessf anti Ur A,I,Iress, DrSmith. 8, Burton Crescent, London, W.C.1270 ?y ?l     ?\\?'  9 ■ ? ?'o? ? ?  TABLE DELICACIES) Of the Highest Q-aalitY, Manufactured by & J ) CROSSEBLACKVVELL 11' PURVEYORS TO THE QUEEN. I rROPMETORS OP j CAPTAIN WHITE'S ORIENTAL PICKLE \[ AND CURRY PASTE. Sold retail in all farts of the World, and Wholesale at the Alanufacto,y, Uvv SOHO SQUARE, LONDON. ZE MEDALS, PARIS EIHIBITIDN. l887. Great Western, and Denbigh, Ruthin, and Corwen Kailways, SEA BATHING CHEAP Excursion Tickets, are issued daily to FHYL as follows:- Fares for the Double Journey. From *.m. SrdCiass. Do)f;eUey Dep 6 4:> 5s ud Bontnewydd "? 4g 6d Drws Nant 7 ) ';is Llanuwchllvn ,,7 17 4s 3d Bala „ 7 -"0 8s Cd Llmfiderfel 7 H 3s 3d Llamliillo 3s Id Tynwyd "s 0 2s 10d Conven H 8 10 tfs Od Gwytldelwern 8 20 ?s Cd IKnwon 8 30 2s tid Xantclwyd 83) 2s 4d V.varth » 8 4;) 2s (ld Ittitliin s0 Is Od Rhewl 8 Ô3 is Sd Llanrhaiadr 8 vS' Is 0d KUvl • Arr. 10 b These tickets will alxo be issued on Saturdays by the 10 40 a in. up train from Corwen and intermediate stations, and also by the 4 .(1 p m. from Kuthin, IMiewl, and Llanrhiiiadr. On every Satunhy, until further notice, 1st and nd class return tickets will be issued from rorwen and intermediate sta- tions to Khvl by the 8 10 a.m and 10 40 am tmins, and also by the 4 10 p.m. from Buthiu, KhewJ, and Llanrhaiadr. Fares lor tlie Double Journey. 1st Class. 2nd Class CorweH, Gwvddelwern, Derwen, Nantclwy(l. )s 48 Eyarth, Kuthin, Iihewl, Llanrhaiadr 3s 6d 2s Od All those tickets arc availablp for the day of issue only. Keturn A rraneJJlents PAssengers for stations between Ey- arth Corwen and Dolgeltey inclusive,return by the tiain leaving Rhyl at 4 1 > p.m., and wili have time at Kuthin up to September 9th to view the Fine Arts Exhibition, and will be allowed to proceed by the 6 .n p m. train on profl11eing their tickets, Pas- sengers for Llanrhaiadr, Eliewl. and Kuthin, return by the 10 pm, or 8 '0 p, m. Trains from Rbyl. The splendid Promenade Pier open daily, and a fine brass band plays upon it and the parade at stated hours during the day. Children under twelve, half-price Tickets not transferable. By Order, T. CARTWRIGHT, General Manager. Ruthin Strtion, August, 1868. 1204 -u_- ..}- _u .n LLTFBAU CYHOEDDEDIG AC AR WERTH GAS H. Humphreys, Caernarfon, At ar werth gan y Llyfrwerthm/r yn gyffrtdimol. Llyfrau Crefyddol, Lly" Merthyron Newydd (gyda 27 0 Gerfladan.) llian » t ralth ypererin. ytair rhan (argrafflad mawr) 6i. Cc.; lljan 66 lalth v Pererin, eto (argraftd byeban I'r llogeli) llian S 0 Arwelnydd y 0*1' lenangc, gau y Parch. J. A Jamea, lIIan 3 6 Arweinydd y Ferch leuangc, gan J. A James »».! man s 0 Mynegeir Yagrythyroly Parch. Peter Wmíms, bL; Ilian 6 6 North Gweddl: neu y Diwyglad mawr yn America, Illan36 Gelrlsdnr Ysgrythyrol W. Haries, llian 7s. fch., lledr 8 B Aeoriad t'r Ysgrythyrau Santaldd, gan yr tin, as. 6ch.; llian 1 0 Qelriadtir Tsgrythyrol y Parch. Wm. Dav-ies, ),n ngliyda'r Agoriad I'r Ysgrythyrao, llian 10s. 6cli., IledP 1,1 6. PalM y lirenln Mawr, gan Hollls Head, America 3s 1 an » 6 65 o Hregethau. gan Weinldoglon Wesleysldd an 10 6 Traethawd ar Hnnan-adnabydd.aeth, gan J Mason Iliaii16 Crist, cyfaill Pechadur, gan dad y Parch Newmun Hall 0 3 llaner Cant o Kesymau dros drol at Ddnw. itan U Baxter 0 » Tyred at lest), gan y Parchedlg Newman 11a, 1 Llulldln 0 a Dylvnwch Icsu, gan y Parchedlg Ncwnian Hall, Llundain 0 3 Y Crefyddwr Sefydlog, gan y Parchedlg W. H. t-\ans 0 S AUwedd Iachawd*Tiaeth, sefy pedwar ncood mt»n llian 1 » Hrenddwyd hvnod Athraw Y.gol Sul o America 0 Pechodau Bych.iln, (I Riant,) gan y Parch T a txanoer 0 S Ba-gedald o VU>dau, net; F"iddnp.Ua«tli (refyd, 0 6 Cant o Fvfvrdortau ar amrywiol destynau, gan Johh 1 0 6 llnddtold'eb Crefydd i'r lenengctyd, gan y Parch. J Elias 0 6 Hane. l«uUrlstOlyfrl";uengct)d,)ganyPa.ch V\. Mason 0 6 Afala Aur i Bobl Ieuaingt, iCIioron Gogoniant i hen 13ohl Q 6 Esponiad Wesley ar y Test. Newydd, III,oJ 7s. 6th. j lledr 8 6 Yr Arfaeth Dragywyddol, gan y Parch. D. tlws, Pentraeth 1 0 YOwyliau: eo peehadurnørwydd dan yr efeuyl, Ran yr nu 0 I Galwad Ddeffrousarbenauteuluoedd, gan y Parch D. Elias 0 3J Y Pechod o leno yn Anghydmarus, gan y I arch. D Ehas 0 a Traethawd ar Gyfiawnhad, ga., y Parch J. Goodwin 2 0 Pregeth ar Esgyniad y Messiah, gan Christmas Evans 0 9 Y Bitbell ar Allot, sef Gweddiau Teuluaidd am bob dyda 0 6 Cyfeiliornadau a Dlchellion Saint y Dyddiau Diweddaf 0 3 Traethawd ar Fedydd, gan y Parch. Wm. Roberts, Clynog 1 0 Adotyc?c.arDraetbawdMr.EnMUt<M!t.emHo')!TeEa' I 0 Marwolaeth UI, gan y Parch. Solomon Ge_er, ')iac 16 lilyfrau Hanesyddol, &c- Gwelthian lylarinojosephus, lHan, 16s; Heir Hi 0 Bywyd ac Anturlaethan rhyfeddol Robinson Crusoe Kmh 3 J Hanes y C) inry, gan y Parch. 0. Jones Manchester, man 3 o ilanes Crefydd yn Sghymrn, Ran D. Peters, byrddan 6 5 Hanes y Cymry, gan Ellis Wyn o Wyrfal ■ Bywvdan Knwogion.sef hanes amryw bersonao hynod, man 3 o Ystorfa Haneslol, sef hanes Awstralla, Llundain, fcc. than 3 6 Hanes bywyd Napoleon Buonaparte, Ymerawdwr Ffralngc 0 e Hanes bywyd Admiral Lord Nelson, prtf for-ryfelwr y byd 01 Hanes bywyd Dn. Wellington, or'taestion mllwraidd 0 ø Hanes bywyd a Marwolaeth Nicholas merawdwr RWMla 0 B Hanes bywyd Die Aberdaron, yr lelttiyddwr rhyfedSol 0 ø Caban Fewyrth Tomos, gan H. Beecher Stowe, o America 0 B Arwelnydd Cymrelg I Ryfeddodan Mundain, gyda Map 0 6 Gwladyr Aur: sef hanes Awstralla, gyda Map, la; bebddo O ft FfynonCegin Arthur, rblnwedd meddygol el dyfroedd.fco. 0 o Llyfrau Barddonol. Mnnudan Segnr, 160 o Ganenon gan Derfel, Is. 6c. j man: Telthlan a Barddoniaeth Robyn Ddo o Eryrl, Illan60 Ehedlad y Meddwl, gan y dlweddar W. Thomas, Csergrbl a 6 Dewlsol Hymnan y Parch. Wm. Williams, Pant ycelyn 0 6 Y Blodeua.% (Boqvet,) can lorwerth Glan Aled 0 6 Blodan Arfon; sef Gwaltb Dewl Wyn 0 Eiflon, Illill 5 0 Celngclau'r Awen, Caneuon gan Owilym ap loan, Powlais 1 0 Telyn Seion; set Pedair ar Bymtheg o Carolan Nadollg 0 6 Orlan Uamddeno), gan Gwyndaf Hen a Chaertallwg 0 6 Anfonir gwerth ewllt nc uchod drwy y Post yn DDI* DRAUL, ar dderbyniad gwerth yrhyn a fydd udaa mewn Post-office Order, neu Stamps, eyfeiriedig Mr. H. HUMPHREYS, Printer, Carnarvon. — THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE. Sold by all Chemists, Sec at Is lid. 2s 9d, and -is 6d per Box. KAY E S W 0 I! S I) EL J;r-' -S- í -Ù-LS THE BEST REMIWY FOIt INDIOERTION. Sold by all Chemists, Ac., at is 1M, 2s9d, and 4s 6d per Box. KAY E' S Õ H S))"E f;-i-;s-P-j-LL-S-: THE BEST iiKMEDY FOR ASTHMA. Sold by all Chemists. \c at Is lid, 2s 9d, and 4s Hd per Box. K A y f ■ s wTTif sT) if L PT LL80 THE BKST KE.MEDY FOR CHUGHS AXD COLDS. k a y!1 \v7nrs'ITeTT^S i' i L L S THE BEST DIEDY FOR BILIOUS DISORDERS. Sold by all Chemists, Ac., atjs 1 |d. 2s 0d, and 4s0d |ier Box. K-,k Y EL1, i L L S. THE BKSl R EM ED Y FOR PISEV-ES OF THE SKIN. Sold bv all Chemists, A'c., at Is l?d, 2s Od, and 4s tid per Box. K I.: I S W (I H S 1) E 1, PILLS. THE BEST REMEDY FOR GOUT AND RHEUMATISM. Sold by all Chemists. Ac., at is ljd, 2s (Id, and 4s (id per Box. KAY I h L S. TH BEST REMFDY FOR F MALE COMPLAINTS. cold by all Chemists, AC., at Is ljd, is 9d, and 4s Cd per Box. K Y EVS VY O R S f) E t, L S PILLS THE III ST REMEDY FOR NfRVOUS 'FFECTIONS. Sold bv all Chemists. if at Is 1 ;,d, 28 lid and 4s 6d per Box. KAY E' S \I 0 U-S.o'E"t-t' S-P ILLs 1! ave been in constant use for nearly Half a Century, and have met with UNIVERSAL SUCCESS. 22 r GENTS' SUITS. 4 GREAT REDUCTION IN BOYS$ CLOTHING W-AEEAKTED ALL WOOL, AND HADE ON THE PREMISES BI HAND LABOUR. KKICKEBBOCKIR S131S OP Meltons, Cheviots, Scotch Tweeds, and Aneolas. From Ll 2a. 6d. BOYS' SUITS JACKET, VEST, AND TROUSERS. From £1 So. 6d. < rHE CELEBRATED ORIGINAL 50s. SUITS, Made from the best Welsh and Scotch Tweeds. &c., &c., &c., by JOHN ARONSON, l & 2, BANK PLACE, BANGOR. Knickerbocker, 22s (id. BOYS' SUIT, 25s. fid. MRS. 8. A. ALLEN'S T????ZYLOBALSAMUM V L^W f ?L?F? ? FOR DRESSING & BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR. m ?y M M   ?. A clear transparent preparation without i -r t ■ *■ sediment, and held in high esteem ?'???? ?? ? ? ?' ? t y*- y? ??????. thousands of ladies for g .?)r *??< ??? t? ? and preparation wtthout ???/? ?//<y children's hair. DREsilN^ go ?<v ?s?  ?Comtited in OM Bottle.) sl^ lf\ ?? g ? ?t?y J ———— ???L?r?f *?y /? ??T?? This nneqmjtod preparation Dever ??? ???? m m 9 fails to invigoMte and beautify the Hair, ??? ?? <t? ? ?m??-a IT IS HOT ? DYE, BUT IT WU. RESTORE FIREV HAIR C. TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOUR, C f Itarrests the fall and produces a luxuriantand healthy growth. < /J PRICE SIX SHILLINGS. Wholesale HIGH HOLEORN, LONDON. 11 Sold by most Chemists and Perfumert. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE. THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. ADVICE TO INV ALIDS,-If you wish to obtain quiet refreshing sleep, free from headache, relief from pain and anguish, to calm and assuage the woary achings of protracted disease, invigorate the nervous, media, and rsgulate the circulating systems of the body you will provide yourself with tnau marvellous remedy discovered by Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE (late Army Medical Staff), to which he gave the name of CHLORODYNE, and which is admitted by the Profession to be the most wonderful and valuable remedy ever discovered. CHLORODYNE is the best remedy known for Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma. CHLORODYNE effectually checks and arrests those too often fatal diBeases- Diptherja, Fever, Croup, Ague. CHLORODYNE acts like a charm in Diarrhcea, and is the only specific in Cholera and Dysentery, CHLORODYNE effectually cuts short all attacks of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation and Spasms. CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Cancer, Toothache, Meniugitis, Ac. CAUTION.—BEWARE of PIRACY and DIITA TIOS, CArTTO'.f.-Vice-Cbancellor Sir IV. PAOBWOOD stated that Dr. J. COLLis nHOW". was, undoubtedly, the Inventor of CHLORODYNE; that the storv of the Defendant, FBBBUAN, was deliberately untrue, which, he regretted to say, had been sworn to.—See Times, 13th July 1K64. Sold in Bottles at IN Hd, 2s 9d, -is 6d and lis each. None is genuine without the words Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE "on the Government Stamp. Overwhelming Medical Testimony accompanies each bottle. SOLR MANUFACTUBBB J. T. DAVENPORT, 33 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London.  ????E?BaaB?a" ARE NOT lpo I S ONOUS. CONTAIN NO jr IECU#ttlff E I so Zd byCROCFqS, CHEMISTS.Ironmoncfr<z!MJ y CHANDLERS. STATIONERS &CEVERVWHERZ. WHITECHAPEL ROAD. LONDON, B. LONDON EXHIBITION, 1802.  >?? Only Prize Medal awarded. ??0  ? Jurors' Report: Exeeedin?y eq2o Or, 00,2%? ? excellent for Food. *? '? D'A?. '??T?? ——— J^t" Sold Every. -to 4 Z' p where. -?tOASPIOS"??'???? *4  ..???.a ?? ?? ?'?? jo uonoajiej,,  ? ?Ty luoilipue ooea  ?.?/&? SUWIIIBD ?M .Morof 9? ?mM. e&j. 'jnonoH JO TIPON J9Ane *I08 "*?<?i?t. '?98i 'ROILISO I 3r SIgTJ ??. Post Free, 6 Stamps, from Anthor, Coombe Lodge, Peckham, NEW EDITION OF Mr. G. T. CONGREVE'S Work ON CONSUMPTION Which has now passed through 91 Editions of 1000 each! Tins remarkable book treats of the causes, symptoms and progress of this fell disease, through all its stages, and the TRUE TREATMENT, WITH INTERESTING AND EXTRAORDINARY CASES OF CURE. TREATS ALSO OF ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, &e. INTERESTING COMMUNICATIONS. i.-Prom REV. ISAAC COMFORT (late of Forest Hill, and now of Tonbridge Wells), rela- tive to his daughter. The patient was brought to me last year, suffering from great bronchial irritation andnervous cough,with tendency to phthisis. Had been under medicaltreatment without benefit for some time. Jan. 31st, 1808, Mr. COMFORT writes me as follows t—44 I am thankful to tay that by the blessing of God upon your treatment, my daughter is restored to health. I shall circulate your fame far and near, feeling satisfied ITOXE NEKD DESPAIR." 2.-From Mr. J. F. READ, 43 Bassett-street, Bedford. My wife had suffered from the most severe conph for some years past. The Rev. W. Jeffery (whose name appears in the book) advised me to try your treatment. She has quite recovered, and enjoyed good health since. We find your medicine a moat VALUABLY, TAKIW MEDICINE. Make what use you please of my wife's case.Feb. 3rd, 1868. T REBuS i i> INDIGESTION I rfioRToSSlffl I Sold everywhere. Bottles 4 lid,, gs. 9d., And Ils, EXTRAORDINARY CURES of PARALYSIS, HMKUMATISM, DKBIUTY. INDIGESTION, &c., by means of "HAI,$ E'S GALVANIC APPARATUS."—The marvellous recovery of Mrs. E (?anor Davics, of Trebanne CcHan. near Lamp?tcr, Wales; of Dr. Bennett Gilbert, of London; of Mr. Sidney Da?is, of Ncwcastle-on- of Nfr. lane, of Alce,?tr; and otíic. have astonished the Tw :?0 ie medical I"I as the pubHc They arc more like miracles than cures br natural Ineans All the usual remedies had been tried, a1-o galvanism, by means of various machines, but in vain. Halse's Galvanic Apparatus restored them all to health. 8uch to,indl." ?ur?. must surely convince every one that It galvanism ? resorted to it h?,uld be ?ppHed by me&M of HakeIg Galvanic Apparatus "—Sec particulars in pamphlet. Invalid =In u'?'; -e??:udod tri." Galvanfb d n be Apparatus," simply becat?se th air medical men or others have been f:;a .t?r R)ncgih!raf; ¿:nr th;:8 nor should they listen to the silly remark frequently mad that G?van ism from one machine is it? "'?tual 11 from anyothr Mchine. nI?p Iyut?onsens, pr?tit,er who has b,?. in the habit of usiIl Halse'. apparatus well knows. Fact< are ism fron, ao,nee rtion o, f using facts rep ?ct ?g Ha"?" 0"' '?l Apparatus stubborn things," an1 the facts respecting Halse's Galvanic ApparatM are, that the forc?otnif fases prove beyond the poMibiUty of a doubt, that his machines succeed in m?inft curca in CMM where other Machin.e, nl only fail, but prove positively injurious. How can this be accounted few, if the effects of a I machine re the same ? Mr. Halse hu frequently known h,smaell inl, cure CUH of sratysis In which the meilevl men have Insisted that ,am w" Old% uIt* useless," as the patients "ere 'u?ering from either a softening o the brain or .08 ?hir ?.?ery s an evident proo f t at they were :ffjrK8l:'(>II:; If they h";dstJarDYi:í\?atnFsorJ 1 b:er: uselp8. 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