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Cobden:s quinine and fhos-
PHORUS PILLS baje been invented to accom plisb this end, and tbere are now many thousand* who can testify to the success that ha* attended this mode of treatment in Neuralgia, Ague, Sciatic*. Proetration, 8t. Vitus' , Dane* ' Ntrvow Pmbility, impotence, Hklo Diseases, and all diseases arlelng from fmpure;blood, and having as symptoms weakneee and debility.
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OBDEIT8 QUINQfE AND PROS-PHOaUa PILLS Produce appetite and a healthy digeetion
7filpoii.il'1 '1 iS «m!
iti»ns of fatigue.
Produce sensations of e:hilaf*U^ ^
Renew the
ental Faeultli ieneral Bodi
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and Physical Forces.— Bottles, 4s6d'e»eh. "Sold by ChenntM.—AKftU In Southampton—0. vpowman,
'^A^A^jACUM AND P0D0PHYLL1N.
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"U l2r M=oHo, the- bile Prepared by J. PBPPER, a7, Tottenham Court-foad, London, whoie mot mint ^WtlKkbeCf Bottles,&9d:A*d 41M each. S^dbf * Chatuikf.—Agent in Southampton 0. Dd*man. letplst, 160, High-street.
ojlLPHOLINE LOTION -An external KV i remedy for 8kio Diseases, "^be most inveterate obstkate Eruption* arAl Pitriples - ate •ubdued by Bulpholine. and a clear, healthy ikin derel. ' "" complaining of tender, reddened, and Irrit iffected by the sun, rough wind*. &<
powerful conserving ana salutary action, remove* me effect of eonstant perspiration. and maintain* the cuticle inKfw. healthy, ounPLAY] IS G CA1M)S
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OBDEN'8 QdmAfE AA? FEOS-PMOBOS PI LIB the capacity for mental and physical
beerfulness.
loess and dexterity to the mind.
riOBDEN'8 QUININE AND PH08.
V/ PHOBUB PILLS.
Vitalite, purify, and enrich the blood.
Regulate th& supply of blood to diseased nerve*.
^RACKQFT'S ARECA:NUT TQOTH
V_y, PASTfe.^By atthg this delirious AKriHatte Deh-tifrids, the enamel of the teetb become* white, sound, and polished like ivory. It i* exceedingly ftfipTrtit.-anti specially useful for pemoyinp locrrUtatlon* of tartir.'eri neglytMl teetli.'"8old'by -all Ch'emWt»2"'PAu''li"ilnd
Invigorate the whole syst
riOBDEN-S QUININE AND PHOS
^ PUORUS PILLS
Particularly t -Powerfully ai Throw off ge Thoroughly r
it rtie digestive organ*.
■ of all dUeaces ; and ruit the general bodily health.
an extraordinary retnedy. It always relieves. generally cures, and is strongly recommended. Sold In Bottles, Is ljd and 2s 0d each, by a'l'Ohemlite.—Agent in Southampton—O^Dowroiw^CbeMist, 160. High street.
T OCKTEB'8 8ULPHUB HAIR
produced by ab, loiiantai-----
mod Uis Sulphur Restorer do#f not Injure th# skin. Sold in large bottles. Is6d each, by Chemists and Hair-In Soplhamptoo-O. Bowman, Chsmlat,
colour, is useful for,removin%ecur hefng nseemsarf to eneourige the growth of the Vow Mr. Lpckyers Restorer had pewivfal cleansing properties, rendering It a desirabbjfair Fluid. I^rge bottles, IsOd. —Agent In Southsmpton-O. Dosrmsn, Ohemlsi. 160,
rjOBDEN-B QUININE AND PHOS-
VV PHOBDB PILLB* 2. M and 4. Od.
May be described as a
OBNEBAL TONIC AND INVIOOBATOB.
There are two forces alway* at work In the body, the nervoug and the vtgative; when the former overcomes the latter, from over brain work, mental anxiety, loss of reit. violent ehocks, fast Using, overtaxing the powers, or from any of the o.u*e* combined under the bead of " excesses or indiscretion* of youth," then the subject lo*e* (trength and energy, become* thin and pallid, the lea*t thing is an exertion, be become* nervou* and irritable, and. without the disease I* checked, consumption or a lunatic asylum is frequently the end.
In all stages o( these affections, the predominant ehar*a*r k dtddancy. or ssemtmg of Pboepberu* from ind this will be shown by the increased |pound*, always to be de-"'ring. The want is
of those si
excretion of Phi tected in the ut ■upplied by the ui
riOBDEN'8 QUININE AND PHOS-^ PHOBITB PILLS.
As they act as a tonic in virtue of their capacity f< •applying the nerve matter with compounds, the wai.. of which atlendm on th# morbid coodlttom they remedy. It I, known by experiment that a course of tbeso Pills reoovmte the falling power, ooofer freehneea. originality, end energy on the mental processes and thoroughly restores the general bodily health.
CO D D E N'8 QUININE PHOBPHOBDB PILLE
AN OCCASIONAL BTIMUL A K?
BBAIN TONIC.
The dlgeellve prkceeeee, ilio theovWnt powere. &e. may all be in a healthy condition, yet, from extra menta or bodily exertion, the patient suffer* from a temporar exhaustion of mind and body. In theee cases a stimulan is required, and that generally reaorted to Ualcholic
the patient is |


• off than before. is
in these cases that *
(^OBDEN'8 QUININE AND PH08-
PIIORU8 PILLS are invaluable, as they act not M a stimulant only, but as a substitute, to some extent, lor rest. A couple taken an hour or so before the ce»-eatlon of the day'* work la found to remove sensations of fatirue, to give clearness and dexterity to the miqd, to produce appetite.and a healthy digestion, and to conduce, ■ubsoquentlv, to the quiet sleep of which overwork so constantly deprives those Vliose occupation is mental.
About the second hour after Inception of the dose, Sensations of exhilaration begin to make themselves felt. The capacity for exertion, both mental and physical, is increased. If the patient has the dose while In a state of fatigue, then he feel* hl*»trengtb renewed; if while in a state of despondency, he takes a mofe cheerful view of things. A state of depr'-'on dot* nol ictipg as a stiD iey differ
* they do no beir cls-
refore, whilst s from all other stimulants a tressing after effect*.
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OBDPN'8 QUININE AND PH08-
P110RU3 ^PILUI^mey^be considered ipeciflo In
diieu.., Ay .i.rt o double po.,,, kwUuw.,
themselves. Three doses will Invariably cure.
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PRICE—2a 9d and 4s 6QOBDEN'S^mBAND PHOB-
136. Qutan'g Roas, Bbiqhtok,
Aad most wholesale Patent Medicine hotses.
rK)BDEyg Qunmm AND pnos-
y PHOBUB PILLS, 1a 0d and 4* 6d., ####%
BDS8EX DEtTQ COMPANY,
Publkhed b, BBNBY SMITH, of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Jena.
A NEW MEDICAL WORK,
Just published. Enlarged edition. 1U pages, crown 8vo.
T^EBILITATrNG0"AND "'NERVOUS
This k a NewMMbal Work en the Natmre; Treatment, amd Cure of Nerwoe, Mental, and Phyeloal Debility, Lonbese of Spirits, Indigestion, Dimness of Sight, Want of Enerpy, Deafnese, Epdepey, Pile*. Premature Decay, Headache, Irritability. &c.f reeulUngfrora Loss of Nerve K'rfl ""I" 0^. Intemperance. Late Hours, Worry, Brain Toll, &c., which, if neglected, will end in Prema-tnre Decline. Cffee Inxtruttion* by *hlch thnusmndf Ifavo been restored to health. Illustrated by cases and testimonials from grateful patients, with means of cure
i. , yOLUNTEKBS" MANUAL-a work on Phymkal Edncauon and tie Cnllnre of the Healthful and Beautiful In. Humanity. BublectePhysical Education, Law# of Life, How to lender Weak Muscles Strong, Hr**"=tima of DLeaee, Cure of Dleeaee. Air, Ughk B.kln, Die*. Bath, to., &c. Glvea InAmeUeom for Develomng and Btreugthenlng^ha Human Body. How to regain Loe& Health, reeultin, from Exhaustion of Nerve
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u"1" * elpt of Iho amount
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TJY3IN8 (ANCIENT AND MODERN)

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LUXURIANT WHISKERS
h i m rod'scureTfor asthmX,
DITTEN'S
RIENT AND TONIC PILLS.
by leading PbyticUns la CMsUaala.
principally of
A gradual
C®RISI1AH1V
foz#m of 24 PiBe, Im. I*
ing, John Iligjpns, of Shad well, iller of England, and Robert Watson J-on-Tyne, rowed upon tho liiyfcr ido, tho title of Aquatic Champion if England, and tho Championship ot England Clutl-o Cup, value £100, given by tho proprietors of
•enftie- (Mrun!We.---The—two former-inntohee
lliggltii ahd Boyd wird rowed on the Thames and when the preient'blafcfi 'WM 5rrnng41 Uie*6 mu a
l'he hktory of the mon am scullers is now pretty well Imowij, they hnvlngM dfKd Id Lut #»o;nr,tbfe#;
prominently before tho public. Soon lee for thia match were entered into, need training on tho Thames and oa p# lyne. A foMnight ago it warn fenmd that th# mAkU wuuldL&\#o ^*be k#tponeJ^)5»tt€lng the* con8nkd totlrbe3-r&Mh wltfan aft»c%drbflkichltk WUt|n good constitution, however, he eucceedod in h*&ngm@ himeelf hnek tb k gfmt^dagk eooditino fb: the rale. Tho river was not in a good condition for rowing, owing to * strong, wind blowing from the w**,!#h&hcmu*ed »ie'water tot* lumpy. The betting warn 6 to 4 on Higgin*. On Weeing for choice of midee the toea warn won by H*g#nm/trho(@Ko6urme tool? tho north'side, wliich gnvg hitnla great adVan-1ag^ bwingtothe^n^eecp Ant eideWn^#Wtered. AftArin ahortdplay n start waa m*de, Tkjyd getting eway with n very slight advantage. Ihe pair rowed aide by side for about 60 yards, when Boyd put on a grent effort *nd daehod nhend„«itk & lend ef half n length. Uigginj was hugging the north shore as ekee as poaible, and Boyd:followed him. and the boats got k «=ch doee proximity that n foul eeemed imminent. DS-pividson's ilill Boyd pressed closer in to Higgins, end' ibcren*cd hip lend to, one length, and he immo-«luBum^iggiay eertAinty that b mej, however, i
MU'gtfat ^imtt, and adeemed a " Pp. k* Tho Tyno
a apart; aha the resnlt was
a
And drew upon Jlw?, nnd, a« they were aboht to' paee unddr thA itodAeugli HHdge (half n mOe hwn the mtart), hie boat yae pulled mlengmideof Boyd'e and a foul occurred, the fault being Boyd'e, who warn a considerable distance north of hi* proper couree. Higgfnm got hold of tho etem of Boyd'e boat, and wa* drawn under the bridge, nfter which Boyd rowed on to tho 8ni«h. It waa then eeen that ICggina'e boat wee Oiling with water, and be had to get oat end get into another akiff, and after a delay of nearly ten minutea horowcdontoScolewood. Bovd claimed the race on the gronnda that ho went in drat, and that Higgina had not completed the race in the boat he atarted in. Uiggha claimed U* pee on tho/,u), and stated that,
_ eotld not
ly g* hie boat any further jotlp not^h, amd, aa continned to keep in front, It waa evident a # ™de two or three dash,

been brought up
wtody, charged with bein tody In etenl
f Oretnlriclr;
th sU-alin

flrtAmnd £10-
uis anop at nail to be shown so
lawle th*ehop door waa opened, and both Taw
one onlside theahop doc- —— ^ « ^
and Donovi evidence a paateevenm, the nl^ht of the 7th eame to h:# ehop door, and, belsg behind the conater. he rawed the latch by a apong, hy which the lock waa domed or opened. The prieooer en fared the shop, and at the reqnemt cf the proeecntor domed the doon lie then said he wanted a gold watch fur a young woman, and having a second-hand gold watch to sell at £.MOk. the prosecutor offered thia, which the prisoner rafusod, maying the young women would not Hke a eeeend-hand wmtch. xWdpeme opened the window bmide and
offlO-IO&hmdldnot mAkoapurtWae,and naked to ^,4M^.%W"}hemccond.hnndone. The bay warn mflaoed. h 5S2
IIABILITY OF MARRIED WOMEN.
Boyd put hia hand over the nose 6* hie boat, and h*. told him he waa punching * hole in it, and he then aaid to Boyd, "lou coward, let go." The referee awarded the race to Iliggina on tho fouL Mr. Ireland
On Tueedny In the Com* of Aprenl at Weetminater, Before Ix*da Juaticee Bmmwell, Brett, and Cotton, the caae of Attwood r. Chicheater, heard on Haturday last, was decided. This waa an action against a married lady on two post-dated cheques drawn by her in blank—her account being overdrawn—and handed to her husband, who filled them in for a large mum md raised money upon them, the dtequea being dia-- rotation-. The wiwSseing i
See that youget it, as bad qualities are oijten substituted.
Universal Patronage.
*r „ v tm^eea, hddnt the County
Hall, Lewca, on Monday, when a report waa preeented by the committee of management, who have had under Aion the biH befom parliament for the en-t and improvement of Newhavcn Harbour, mo propoeed ia of a very cuuipidienrive eba-u » th* expenditure of acme 4300,000,
half of which would have to be muhscribod by the Brighton Bail way Company, And the promoters also to burrow n further mom of £100,000. cooaiderod the undertaking would bo yadvunlage of the public, hut thought it deprahlo that certam proviakoa in tho bill ahould be brought prominently forward before they could rc-commend the assent of the trustees. The proposed payments to the trumteoe to enable them to meet their future obligations they considered inadequate, and they wore of opinion that tho acale of dues propoacd in the hill were in aeveral inatancea loo high. The committee, recommended the appointment of a joint committor repreeenting both tho trustoee and promoters of the mdieme, to confer on the details .of the bilL The bpeaker reviewed the most Important points in th repoit, and In the discussion which followed Mr. J L. Parsons aaid ho conaidered tho echomo to be monopdy on the part of the railway companv. Th report was adopted, and the Speaker, Mr. E." Morris and Mr. J. 0. Lucaa were appointed"a committee t confer with the railway officials.
A novd but eaceedingly aim^L form of conOdem trick waa practised in Crewe on Saturday aftemoc last. A rempectably-dremeod man entered the ahop of on* of the prindpnl shoedealera in the High-street, nnd accosting the manager by his name, As an old acquamlance, requested to be served with aho* lacca. After making a very critical choice he asked to bo wvoured with an Australian sovereign in lieu of An English one, y aa hia brother wanted ona to attach to his watch chain." The manager obligingly pulled out a handful of sovereigns, and waa looking them over, when th* atmnger, nolltdy remarking " Beg pardon, I think I seo one, ' stroked his fingers over the coina in tho ^hopman'a palm. " No, you don't." aaid the manager, pulling back hia hand, but bdng still anxious to oblige, ho pulled out another handful, which the atranger again dngered amidst a profusion of civil remarks. At last an Australian waa found nnd exchanged for one of home manufacture, and tho polite atranger returned thanks and departed. Shortly after the manager discovered himself minus two sovereigns and informed the poll be. The town waa aoarchcd, nnd Serjeant Plant apprehended a man (mnce identified aa the polite stranger) getting into tho 4.30 for Chester.
mally on hor, she handed it to her busbar_, ___
banded it to hia policitor, who let judgment go by default. This waa in November, 1S76, and in November la* an order waa made committing her to Holloway Gaol for contempt. The judge ut Chnmbora and the Queen's Bench Divisional-Court refused to sot asido the judgment in dc(au%L Mr. W. G. Harrison, Q.C., who appeared for the lady, contended that the entire proceedings ought to be set aside from Wis beginning, on the ground that the action was irregular, and that no decree againpt the pemop of a married lady could bo made, while the tmmecs of her separate estate were neceemAry partiom to any proccedbga agafnut her prontity. Mr. Af L. Smith appeared ^or th* plaintig, and argued that the appll-cation warn too late, And that the wife might have pleaded Vcoverture" aa a defence to tho action if she had chomm to do so. The Court took time to consider their judgment, which lordships were * —
knew tho nati
and that every step taken service of tho writ was irre
—A soldier of tho 3rd battalion
dsspahiag ot relief oi
Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Sore Throats, Coughs, and Golds.
Bad legs, Bad Breasts. — Old Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers.
It h snrvblMf how qnkklr a sorv.uker. nr woead. dwlvm • body «lrwicth and nnflUlt fbr tile iWtM of life, and it BO IMS wondrrfnl to watch the effect of lIoilcw»v'» Healing la "'"I aeeordkw to the primal UitwUoOLD SCOTCH WHISKY.
Qlanleven MalL tmfabllmhed 100 Years. TWO 0ALLOW of thia fOZ OLD WmaKT (Caw and Uottloa Inclndad) aant (r#a to anj station on receipt ot 40a. Trade soypUed. Agents waa W.
JOHN HAIQ-, SOWS, & CO., MARKINOMp N A
Gout and Rheumatism.
Will be cared with the greateat nrtaiut* tha .rXntinunt ba well workd lu'
Aldershoil by a gonerd cou on sin different charges, ha monment for 073 days, an niny from her Majcsty'i

tid on the Hth nlL mcntetced to ImpH-diachargcd with
mtnua long before plication for cer-
Pilca, Fistulas, and Dropsical Swellings.
IMPERCEPTIBLE SELF-MJUSTma
Sot A the Oin/mmt and rill
hflula be vted in ttu




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produce on the admission of their children to a heart school, are required to be given by tho loed registrar at a charge of 6d. each. Aa, however, the registei books leave the custody of the regiatrurs ' ' " the children attain school ago ' '
tidcatea should be made to th gistrar of the district, who is gcnexully the dork of
ALLmoan Monnn n, OLasoow.-EarlyoaBunday morning, a labourer. nrnned John Wdker, ww apprel
murder. ItisnUogcd that b»t»ccn two and thrco 0 clock in tho morning ho enured tho hoi.» ot nn engmo-topotm Gancuhf-ro.^, Olaago«, and sizing a pokor »hioh riood by tho kitchsn firo, ontorod a lx-d. room where Catherine Reynolds, a cousin of his own, was asleep, and with thepo&erstmck heraevord blows «m the head and bredsL The girl was able to mccom-pany the oonstabls to the diatnet poUee-ogce. but on muddenly became unwell, and before medical aid oonld be procured mho expired.
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mhght lead at first, but after going a mile Elliot
THE HAaVEST OF THE 8EA.
The recently.issued report of the Fishery Board of Scotland ia a nx*t interesting document. In mpitc of the stormy and unfavourablo character of tho weather, that the herring mcaaon on the whole 1s a better one than lamt year's, thnugh still under an average. The entire**tat,w of herrings over the whole Scottish seaboard during the year was about 700,000 barrels ; the quantity cured buing slightly above 698,000 bar-ids, or about 345,000 barrels under the quantity cured in the previouafyenr. The Mas of life this year, not. withstanding the exceptionally rough weather, ham been greatly under the avemge, and mdudea one man on tho Cdthncas coast, one at Helmsdale, two on tho Aberdeenshire cnast, and one further south—in all, five. Last vear by one storm upwards of 40 men were drowned, fhe destruction of boata and nets by the storms this year has been greater than usual. There acema no reason to retract formerly expressed convictions that, with favourable weather, the Scottish hemng Industry will every year yield fish to the vduo of from a milhon to a million and a hdf sterling, and that Uio cliief drawback to Ita maintenance is the want of suitable harbours in localities where tho herrings appear in enormous shoals, but where the district* are unable to provide tho whole of the funds necessary for
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A man named Abd King, who waa arreated braa. eaulting, wounding, and attempting to rob Mr. G. Grainger, at Ferahore, Worcestarahire, on tho I st who is committed for trid on the above charge, has-been alao charged with having committed
as tho man who stabbed and robbed him on the London
Dudley, as the man who assaulted and robbed him on Uw, of the 13th of Auguat, whUe driving from
Bridgnorth to Dudley. Amongst other charges against
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poeml to bo the mmi who, on the 6th August last, as-similar oOoncea in Somereetahire and Olouceatorahiw. THE BANK OF ENGLAND.
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»hioh u,, now nwljr complotod, con.i.t oi tho pirti-tionin^ oft, and converting into buaincaa officcs and pnvjio apartment, for tho manager (Colonel Fmnci.) of tho upaorona npp« room., inoluding tho ball-room, hither^ unoccnptod. Tho ball-room contained a magnificent mantelpiece of white alabaster, with an dabomutdy carved reprteentation of Diana and tho wood nympha. For thia beautiful ornament tho directum have hud several of era from customers of the Joank, as much aa 1,000 guineas having been tendered
by momethan one nobleman. The director, however, demded not to part with It, and the-mantdpieoe haa lust been removed to the City to decorate the Bank parlour of the head office. The alterations at the West-end Branch are estimated to cost £12,000.
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