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BEDSTEAD AND BEDDING SALE.
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CHRISTOPHER HOR9EMAN Jl.vioK juat purchased (for cash)
A LARGE kTJOK Of jRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS,
CHILDBED'S COTS, FEATHER BEDSj BOLSTER!*,
flLLOWS, HAIR AND WOOL MiTTRASSES, PALLIASSES, &&,
AT A LiROB DIECOMI UaDMl WAXUPAO
TUBER3" PRioms.
The whole of which are MARKED In PLAIN
AND ABB NOW 0% BAH AT HIS
aRANOH ESTABLISHMENT
#& t&BT ETREET. GOOTHAMPTOX.
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2d Sensation Book of P.ngliih gong*—128 pages.
2J Seniatlon Book of Christy Mln*trel's-124 page*.
2d Sensation Book of Bet 8ongs—lit pages.
6d People'e Corolo Songster.
&1 Jolly Old Boys' Comic Song Baok.
6d Laughing Songster and Budget of Comic Dlttiee.
«d Christy's American Flag Song Book.
It Th* Spirit of Pun Comic 8onge.
1* The Imperial Coinlo Songster.
1* Tb* Social Circle Song Book.
A large variety of |.l and Id Son; Book,. 0. RA* NEK'S 8TATI0NBRY WAREHOUSE 21, BRIDOB-ST.
IMABD'B INDIAN TALES
GUIDE OK TUB DESERT Other* to follow C. gAYNER. 91. BRIOOR.STREET. SOUTHAMPTON.
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LONDON AND SOUTHAMPTON.
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THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY,
eOOTg&HMud "OWURT UV
t the Bedford
THE SOUTHAMPTON ELEdflON.
OH RAT MBETWO AT THE VICTORIA ROOME The election of! representative for th* borough, In the room of,tb* Right Hon Ru*«*ll Onrnev, will, **
aaasbes&ss
wltntiicd for many ye*r* and h*< rmutnu. d on bo h aide* dncelatt Wednesday week with lncret.nl activity. Bach party baa (trained their at*nntt to gain a victory.
Influential and enthusiast!* meeting' in all parts of the b*ough,OQ TaMday evening the law* r»-.m at Onslow Inn, Newtown, being fodnd iti«ufll~iriil for accommodation of the large number ewembled. company adjourned to the open
Marh.U .. STaSJVSM
Kooms, aad notwithstanding that .nearly all the sea s were removed, the room was crammed In everv part The orcheetra waa filled with la.li.e, and a eoniidrtabl* number had to be accommodated on the platform During the proceeding. *e»*r*l youth* near the •'nor. who had a, it appear*, c>ra> th. re 'or the *xpr*«* pur . a disturbance and were *pe«dily ejected.
dit-.urncr* at p.ihlio meeting* c -iild not receive a " couple of dnxen," which would. In all probability, prevent them committing *uch outrageon* conduct In future. Th* President of the Association ('J. Donlop, E#q L p *ild*d. *upp»rud by tb* Conservative ••»-« />-•--
Eeq, who on taking *■'
appl«u»«. Tb*r* war. ,------ ----— — ... -
Sir H. Drummond Wol8. M P., Right Hon. 0. Cs.«u-dl*b Bentlnck, M.P., M«jor-Oeneral Lacy. Onlnnel Bond, Colonel Parmar, Cs plains Oibbs. Havls, and Ker. Drv. Lake, Cbeeiman, Palk, King, Orifflth, and Bro*t*r. R*va. A. Bradley. E. Trotter. A. H. Eilaby, and 8. Scotr, Aldermen McCalmont. Emanuel, and A«latt, Junior-Bailiff W*rr«n. Councillor* H. Dunlop. J. B. Le Peuvre, Lunfley, R. Newman. William Perkln*, W. A. l/omer, . _ .. ._a fe. .Q. D» a. 0. aw,Wm
, OUAKDIAKS.
nWI for nightly m**tlng of the Ouanti TliureJif afternoon Tlio Deputy. I' Mr. W. Bone, pre.tJed. ^nJ «h«re were pr*aut-M*e»re
C. Oidden, ; and General Trydn, tx officio member.
riarnmt-
. The number of paup*.* ■■■ tne hotue at the preeent | Koe la 418. agelntt 445 the cnrreapoaolng week of "aat year, ehnwing a drcrrate iif 2d.
- Alfred Oilf*. * greeted willi loud I prratnt—liord H. gontt. M.P.,
*ICJ. «w mwui.n,
ana Wutuhurtb, andI Meeir*. v. a. way. iv. v. naiiain-•on. T. R. Oewald, Jamee Oewald. A.J. Day. H Bull, E Bull, J. Bo war,, Mr. Oil*. (barrUUr), CL Crew. P. Cox. It. P.rker. M. Emanuel. Vintxnt. H.Oreen. Apple-fonl. IV. Cordon. W. H. Swayne, Oolditona. R. Bell, Mulfnrd. W. Wbitworth, A. and II. Soovell, W. Sim*. D. R MrMrum, and H. P. Shield. Egreat ^——---—■ o----n----
"» *ald—" Constantinople 7* the key of my etreet door, and I mutt have Itand ever *ince then bad Rutiia been trying to get that key. England, ever elnce the
---th* Government. ......
mtneed the Crimean Wmr which co*t a va*t amount of money, and torrent* of blood, to prevent them getting po*tc*»lon of that key. In 1871. when he wat Prfne Mlnlttor of thl* country, Mr. Qladttone made a treaty prevent them having ti*l He nflield Turkey
with Buttle a second time t<

he bid alway* done before, tur.ied _ ____ .. __
—and went right over to the other tide (applaute). ... 18,M. when IB* Buckinghamshire election »«• in full play, and the LI be rale thought they could gal the east lately vacated by the Karl of Beacontlleld, then Mr. Olalttone c-me forward with hi* bag and burgage P" 'cy. and threw to tbl wavee all b* had done
cT
ipeech, and reeumed
The rcjululion wa* ...... r_. _________
dluentiynt voice, amidst ringing cheer*, again and again to the chairman brought
. gentleman concluded a

I. mn I a r ,te of I' .................
se one of the mo«t successful Cunaervaiive u ir held in Southampton.
WATEBLOO BRIDGE TOLL-FREE
In the course of the preeent month Waterloo-bridge will become public property (says th* Morning P*4), and th* existing to'l* will he aboliihed for ever. ~ many rraiona this Intelligence will be received univertal **ti*f*ctlon. To tho»e belonging to poorer eecilun of the community even the payment of a halfpenny toll I* a rattier of importance, and there ate many who are compelled to eta * or reero** th* Thame* dally who** direct oour** would naturally lie aero Waterloo-biidg*, but who are compelled t* make _ detour by BUckfriar* oi \V*»tmin*Ur bridges in order to avoid an locresse of sixpence to their weekly eap-i diture. To thot* to whom the psyment of a toll from a pecuniary point of view a matter of indiff.-rence of annoyanoe to
! payment of a toll U -----r.„....., ,-oini or vifcw a------- ' ' *—
it i*, netarthelest, ........
b* obliged, if on foot, to pas* through a turntnl* and pn bably obaln chang*
mslgn'flcant *um. or, If In a carriage or a cab, to pull up for tb* taire purpose, when pot using tne South-western Railway who hav, i occstionslly loit their temper when obliged to draw at the end of a line of oabt slowly making their v ., past the toll-tskers of Waterloo-bridge. But ptwlng frejf , the region of private dUcontent, it mutt be ac knowledgrd th*t th* exliUnc* of a toll.imp>tUf bridge in the midst of *uch a meiropoli* as London i the highest degree discreditable to the three or fow million* pf people who Inhabit it. Of courte if* tirldg* I* individuals th«y ar* entitled W be and if tb* community Is unwilling etui to thus* w
the highest degree ditcrediuble to the three i million* pf people who Inhabit it. t"
Is built by private individuals they I paidI for iuu.e,andlfth.
ouild a bridg* it ought to be sra t"""11 ' Mid lb* capital t
o( ift ti sixty year* *go i Opened, and however Itullfli
purse strin((s of the inh*bl.,— ............
declining to lo«ur the expense of Its constructing and time has arrived when Its purchase has become In-dUpeustble, and when no longer with any regard for •ItW tJie Aignity of th« meUopoli* or the want* of Its iQbabitanU tli* biidg«yould be left In the hand* of a private MKiciation.
Waterloo.biidg* U tb* handtomest and the eoatllett of the bridgf* which span th* Thames • Canny* I* said to Lave pronounced It the moll beautiful bridge In th* world, to ses it alone being *onsldcrrd by th* great sculptor as an adequate recompense ht » vWt to London from th* Ooutb of Europe. Ipto the d«t*Qs of it* l*agth,'th* nambtr of It* *reb*s,and th*U It it needless ti> *nt*r. Tb* pi***nt ■t th* toll.gat** amount to about «19.

%
■I th* low.gat** amount to about £19.000, and' taking tbl* a* * b**t* *f aatcaUtlon, tb* arbitrator ha* flaed the price at£476,000, or twenty-fly* years pm


Mr. LtingUy propose I, and Mr. Clark seconded, that th* sulieo'lptivn to the Infirmary b* raised by W,e Board from £10 10s to £!6 16', wa* unanimously adopted.
ctnU for tli* offic** of_____________________
tb* How; and. on the proportion of th* Deputy Pre-ildcnt, laconded by Mr. Water*, It wa* unanimously
r Franel* Otman, of HaaLtead work-
»V. Ljn*. of Chnrcb-*tr**t, Wolverhampton; Henry Kprater, of Notiingham-etreet, Marylcboo*. LonJon ; Jainet Trodd. of Bithop'* Waltbam; and Thorns* winner, Ebury-plsc*. Pimlicn, London. Mu*t o( th* applicant* had wivy*. and all had tastlmonial*.—Mr. A J Jo»*s was nominated at one of the tbr** to b* telec-
2$ KS =2.15;
Mr. Water*, seconded hy Mr. C. Perre«*.-Mr. Hunt proposed Me. and Mr*. Williams, of tb* Chorlton Union, (ecvudod by Mr. Lumgley.—General Try on nominated Mr. Jee«.*p, seconded by Mr. Jamea; Mr Perre-e propped Mr. Pickery, which wa* *eoonded by Mr. Wat* Tb*** w*r* adopted, th* D*paiy-Pr**ldeat ramaiki thai lh* Bosrd had **l*cted five candidate* lnit< of tbr**, in ca*e any *bott'd fall through.
Tb* OuarOian* tb*n proceeded to the acceptance of the quarterly contract*.
SOUTHAMPTON POLICE
(Continued from pogt 3).-

icCalmnnt, K«J ). Al ------
P. Perkln*. tV. XI. Roger*.
a. wat charged
0,
i* hroaght up on a warraoyihavlng failed to appear V mmous) for •elllng fi*t> if the Mr**L unfit for hum ihI.oii Juo*lth. lb* fish were de*troyrt by order » Officer nf Health (Dr. OsbornL being In a decompo*ed
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.
THURSDAY.
Th* Houie of Common* r*-a**emhled after th* boll-day*. On the Order for Supply Mr. Rvland* called mttcntl n to the Treaties of 1868 and 1871, and mo that all futur* Treaties involving our Interference behalf of a foreign nation (hould be laid befor* Parliament prior to being ratified. Mr. Glad Hon* I marked that the Executive must be trusted largely, the i ountry might run into greater mischief If the lrantacil .il of loreign affair* wa* committed to a body to untitled foe the task a* Parliament. The adoption iiO would entail a great re*pon«lbillty
Parliament, whilat any practical effac
think it would ibort, lie contldered th* . i. and th* nnly me eompstibl*
the Military Estim.tes '
PRICK. TWO SHILUNO^
HOPPUS'S MEASURER, enlarged and
revised, shewing at tight the tolid or superlicial 11 tor value) of any piece or quantity of *quar« Timber, eitner * landing or felled ; aleo ol 8u Glass, ko . mad* use 6f in the erecting or rtp " T Building ; th* content* being given In f<
' an inch, with a copiou* ... t teveral tablee; edited by of " The Timber Trade*

William Richardson,
Price Book." etc.
Southampton: 0. Rayner. 21. Bridge *tr**L
UEALrHIRrRKNGTKII ENERGfl. PEPPER'S QUINnrE and IRON
fpHERE is scarcely a disorder of the body, functional or organic, in which Quinine and Iron could not b* administered with good reeuli*. For intermittent fever*, a* ague, low fever, and febrile tyroptom-in general, nothing can compar* with IL For pro*tr»* tion of itrcngth eon*etjuent on long illne** or other cant**, cloee confinement, *edentary occupation*,ind anything teodinf to impoverish the vital fiuidt *t.d under-mioe the oonttltutlon. Quinine and Iron is admitted to
be the only n__
PEPPER'S QUININE AND RR - jMA #U8R E ^ 0 ENERAL ^ 'BODILY
PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON ,, TOXIC IN SCROFULA.
If preicrved with Quinine and Iron will entirely b*ni*h the (crofulnhs taint from the body. The ulcerations ai abac*****, frequently of a painful character, tome lm ap[ieanng in tbegl.nds of lb* neck, In other forms
S'L'iu to-""
pEPp%R)d QOOflNE AND IRuN
ii i combine* tb*** powerful agent* in their
highest state of efficiency, Is chemically pur*, unalterable hy keeping or climate, not dtugreeablo tb take. *a*ily pjrtabl*. alway, of a definite ttrengtb.
C*r* mu*t be taken whan asking for Pepper'* Quinin* • ni Iron Tonic in the variou* chemiit*'*hop* that it and
no other i* *uppll*d, otherwise di*appoi.....
remit. Bottle* IsOJ. 11*. *ud * ton* jar*
pEPPKR'H QUININE AND IRON
Depreenon of ipirit* from any c*u*e long continued injur** tb* health greatly, and m*ny tufltr for want of a proper remedy.
For the low nervous headache, commonly attendan

Pleasant (entatlon* of a melsnchollc character.
PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON
iSSIffiS"'™TUB iN0
• There are many derangtmenU traceable to disorganisation of the nervous sy*t*m far too la a notice of Ihl* characUr, but prominent and demand attention.
Neuralgia, a name for a hundred .
and from which thousand* ar* hourly
iiUraU, asmas psiarsnj .Uhoogb .a ----------
"J'y. th*y cannot «ur*. In caw* of tbi* kind Quinin* and Iron I* absolutely neceeeary; it act* Ilk* a charm, aad abundantly prove* it* iofluene* in oon-trUling and rigulatlng ncrvou* actioo. If on* 1* wider-
1 pbttes of tuffering, lourly complaining. it
gb •aternal r*ia*di«*
Quinine and iron, tb* *ff*ct wlU be, aTonM^rident! tod reetoratlnn to health certain. ^ .
PEPPRR? QOHH&* AMD 50* TONIO W WW bjr all cb*mi*t* In bottto*,. 4s Cd | n*xt *ix*. He; jar*, containing six small bottles, 22* eaob.
A"ER'S% .dniNINE m3TD V IRON

not b* p**WI*a «V«:U» try any
8*nt for Stamp* or Tn*t-Qac* Ord

BOSK and BOQ^KS. . _ B0&K DEALERS, AND EADSAGE
31, CANAL WALK.^CHTTifAMPTON.
P E i m nrr*-'o'ir«Tr-H.«
.. JUNE IS 1878._
■j^j-OTltk—NEW PUBLICATION.
lyjWEYI MONET! I. MONEY !! I
IMPORTANT TO BORROWERS. ####
(l*nmue IrmaswiiOM Imwe jiately *tien I. I t„.
_ THOMAS BtnCBT,
TyiNE AND DRY COOPEB * * 1. VERANDAH TERRACE, SOUTHAMPTON
s'-
Light Clar*U, pur*- B*N*a#% Win*, which will keep and improve in bottle, fiom U* to 30* per dos.
IIABBBiAWB PARKER, K. U1QU-8TBEBT th.
AOBNTS FOR BASS A 0©/« PALE ALE.
J"MPORTERS^O^TniBER, DEALS,
Builder*' r*quir*m*nt*.
J. CLEEVER, rglOBACCO PIPE MAKEB, 23, BELL
X. STREET. Upria Casal Walk, 8ooTnA*rroB PaaUr In Pip* Clay, Whiting, Hearth Stone*. Ac. Wboleaal* and Retail. Shipping Supplied.
Prepared Fire Clay for filling and repairing back
Estabusdid 1840.
a*, mow ETREET^AaD
SOUTHAMPTON.
BEABNS
AS now a choice stock of DEVON SHIBB CIDER, both for draught and bottling
Kraf'SlVES "*800w"■
To be had wholeeal*. in caak* and bottle*, direct from bim, 84. IIigb-*tr**l, and Winkl*-*treet, Southempti Orders by Po*t punc'ually attended to.
H
Mr. R. WaiTTAKER,
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. — Bmnkru|,U'
Account* prepared. Compceltlon effected between Debtor and Creditor. Estate* managed by A**ip
Inspection, or Compoeition. Statements of affairs_____
up for meeting of Creditors, Ac. Debt* collected. Cash advanced. ,
Agent for the Scottish Imperial Insurance Company, 5, Lotbbury, London.
OrtlCB—No. 2, Su**cx Road, two door* from Pound Trc* Lan* Southampton.
BRIDGE STREET. EUUTHAXyTON.
C. RAYNER,
21, BBIDOESTREET, SOUTHAMPION
0. Rayner's 6d Paper Knives, suitable for business or private use, and^invaluable an office requisite.—21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayner's 6d CribHago Box cannot jbo equalled at the price.—21, Bridgo-strcet.
C. Rayner's 1/- Ornate Ink Stand, with rack for holders, &c., is unsurpassable. -Bridge- stroet.
C. Rayner's 1/- Box of good and useful Window Tickets, containing 200 assorted sizes and prices.—21, Bridge-street.
0. Rayner's 6d Glass Ink Bottles cannot bo surpassed.—21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayner's 3d Books of Gummed label* containing 260 Gummed Labels ready for immediate use, sniUble for labelling shelves,' Cowers, books, pictures, bottles, jars, and various other purposes.— 21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayni (u.
r'a Gd Box of Paper Fasteners rted).—21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayncr's Playing Cards, from 1/-upwards. 21, Bndge-#tr#eL
0. Rayucr's New Penny Pen Box, containing six good Steel Pens.—21, Bridge-street.
0. Rayner's Wonderful 1/- Pocket Book cannot be equalled.—21, Bridge-street.
0. Rayner's 1/- Metallic Ruler, containing Penholder, Ink Eraser,^Pencil, and Point Protector, is cheap] and novel. — 21, Bridge-street.
0. Rayner's 6d Puree for the million is made of leather, ami cloth lined.—>21, Bridge
C. Rayner'q 1/6 Pocket Bdok is a marvel of cheapness.—21, Bridge-street.
CL Raynpr'a 2d Pocket Book U all that could deilred.—21, Bridge-strtet. .
C. Rmyner'm Id PeooT Ermwr] k com. venient for the pocket. — 21, Bridge-•treet.
0- Rayner'g Id School Board Ruler u won-dirfqllj oheapi—31, BridgB-Atre«L
0. Bayner m Id LetUr Clip answers the por-P0M of • mow expensive on®. — 81,
j^OVELETlE.—Weekly, One Penny.
N'
OVELETTE.—No 1 will commence
powerfully written T*l* of gre*t _tnt*r**t, entitled
Mumm
TORT OF AGATHA,"
"VrbVELETT S will be devoted entfrrly to -Li original work* of Fiction, by tb*
"VTOVELETTE will contain 32 large book
-Ll six* p*g**. clear readable typ*.
"VTOVELETTE will be neatly folded, stitched
-L1 in cover (t* pr*t«rv* for binding],
N1
OVELETTE *m*kn« m LIBRARY of
COMPLETE STORIES.
"VTO VELETTE will be divested of the usual JLj miscellsn*ou* mattar of tb* weekly
"VTOYELK TI E will contain a Separate Page -Ll devoted to Wit and Humour.
"]>J"OVELETTE will contain a Separate Page
-Ll devoted to Fathion.
NOVELETTE.—Every Thursday. ____
Penny. To b* bad at all M*w*ag*nt* and Railway Port Fr**. Three-halfpence.
London : P. LEACH, 8, Johnson's-court. Fleet street,
H
ORAM* ORATWI!
OW TO RECOVER HEALTH.
- . Invalids whs sutler from asthma, consumption,
(lability, ncrvoumes* diseases of the bean, liver.dropsy, Ac., are invited te try Ike efficacy of the Hcrbai Process, thesucce** of which I* tettifled to by many olergy-_.j,.., j -'ber*. Flv* mlnut**.prsctical
tb* treatment of dyspepji
neuralgia, fits, rheum . . ________________
exhaustion, wasting, Ac., with diet rules, Instructions for
'I'm, unstrung nerv**, we
London. When the nervous system is exh*u*ted and the' mental facultie* are in a cut* of prostration, the H xbdaL Paecw restores the *maclated fram*. Impart* vigour the intellect, inducee healthy appetite, natural .nd r. frething f leep, gun Be* th* bl*od from all taint ol disease.
TO TEE NRRVODE AND DEBILITATED.
HEALTHY LIFE secured and maintained
by the great herbal medicines known all . _. Europ* as specific rsmedie* for debility, comumptlon. and all the exhausting er watting diseases of youth and manhood. la *v*ry case of di*ea*e they are guartnteed to restore vigorou* health, purify the system, and Impart •trengtb to all the functions of life.
Dm. THOMBOM UglVEREAL PILLS
cure lumbtgo, gravel, pain,in the back, gout.rheumaiism. • kin diseases, discharge* of all kind*, and any complaints of th* kidneys and liver. In every *ilm*nt they give Initant relief and Invigorating the *y*t*m. Price Is lid per box. of every chemist In the world, or »ent free by ***** r*Wp4W M p*mmy Wamp, by Dr. TWOMdOS.
fh* eeormout sale the** pill* have attained for in----
year* paat and th* daily receipt of testimonials of cur nearly all the diteate* lb* bumin body i* liable
the proprietor In a**e«ing most efficacious medicine ever i«*ued, plain common *en*e advice to invalids, of all aervout affection*. d*bllity, and cl...
mption, will
Dm. TBOWEORy TOMIO ELIXIR ,**** kalth. • trength, and energy to the moit (battered or broken-

giddln—, aervoutne**,----------------------- .r„
and all the distressing consequences ef debility, which
.. . of life,
blood, repairing
often haras* poor sufferer*
Tbt*life-giving tonic unit, ______ ________
every nerve and muscle, snd has reelored h**ltb and vigour to thousands, who now *njoy strong nerve*.
ness of floih, regular appetite, and fre*bnee* of plosion. Pric* 2* 9d, 4* 6d, A 11* per bottle, of •very chemiit In th* world, or lent direct on r*c*ipt of
1 > UPTUBES EFFEOTDALLY CURED,
All All suffsrers from any form of this diitressin*
X
been successful
earnestly Invited ti . ____
guarantee them relief. HI* remedy has In thousands ef instanees, and It is now . . ,• »Pulblt<=„duty. by advsrtising. In every cato of tingle or double Rupture, of whatever nsture or extent, in male or female, of any age. however bad or longetanding. In* ipplicabl*. effecting a radical cur* in a shot t tirn*. without confinement or inconvenience ; and it cannot fail I* be eppreciated a* a blowing, by thoie who have been at any time compelled ;o wear belt*, bandage*, trutte*. or oth*r galling tupport*. Per*on* in any part of th* world can have the Remedy t*nt to them wuh instruction* for u*e, on receipt of t*n (hilling*, by
8ffi3S#a&KR& p"'
land-road. Kentiih-
* to writ* and ■
yejterday. and hav* felt no pa'n whatever. J.Hurst, K*q.' " My doubl* rupture ha* not boen down *lnc*. r walk thirteen mile* every day cn duty. J. P."
thankful - .... for 9 year*. C.SI.
my truss away aft*r *ufl*rlng c
J> EAUDLESS FACES 4 BALD HEADS.
±J A Physician, who for thirty year* ha* practised in l)is*a*e* of the Hair, ha* dltcovertd a POMADE which will in every cate Restore th* Hair in baldaest from and cau**, and produ** whiskers, moustachios, eyebrows. A*, in a month. For general use. it preierve* tb* hair, pi event* It* falling off, check* dryn***, and rattore* th* colour, eradicate* *curf and dandriff, keeps the head clean and cool, and tb* hair *ofl and glowy. Ladles will find It promote* tb* curl and wav* of th* hair, and that the exunuit* perfume I* unique; It is used by thousands *f Mother* in the Nursery, to txautify children * hair and pr*y*nt baldne**, *curf or any falling in aft«r Iif*. The Recipe. In plain Kngllsh, which anyone can prepare for a f*w pence, will b* sent free by poet
bill, London.
ADVlCA GRATIS. A Mwlkml
Mtntal, and Pby»ical D*bUity, lowness ol tpiriw. indi-get tun, want of *n*rgy, premature decline, Ac., with the mean* of cure; whereby Hie following maladl** ar* »p**dUy and permanently removed and vigorou* b*a|tb ra*tor*d. Every form and variety of d«biUty, tptrm^torr-hest, lassitude, depr*e*ion of tpirlU. los* of *n*rgy and
WlIRK DATS
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ajt°?33»^ « U a.m., 11.15,2.». «_jj.
Hoottu-» to West Cowes-8.50 am.. IJ.tO. i.30, |J0»
s-mnheest lo Southampton—I
K/de to Sonth'iou—».« a.
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Pl*r* lor Hyde, Ouww. *
Southampton to Bjde—a,J a.—---
Wast Cowe* and Southampton—S.ld and

J Southampton—».i
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Waet Cowe* toBouthamptou-r.O.lti.O am., auj p.m. (Sauday* nested).
O-nthaea, Ports-
Uai^way Pier—ino-udinf
mnuixncRRM. "
South'tou lu W. Cowm
West Coarse lo Hyde
tt .. i ortaca (new Railvay Pier—Including
and at Wa-erloo Station, Lundon aad other principal Bta-tjoiis, for Oowue and Ncwp'jrt (rv> Suutbamptoo\ wbiek iu-cludi Steam«r. ooavryaoce between Southampton Pier and
Souttamptoo. Isle of Wight, and South of Ungland Bojaf Mall Steam Packet Co.. L ml ted.
ESt.
i " D 1 G ^ E^ 8 T ION
L IVEB QOMPL^INT
he leading disease* of Ihl, country, end u they %re,t debility and much *uff*rin< It Is important bould have proper treatment. The (ymptom* ef
I G E B T I 0 N
Ar* difficult Digestion of Food, Oppression and Un-i -s Bowel*, Furred Tongue, Impaired
Disturbed Sleep, Cold Limb*. Feverish Heat. Flushing of th* Fee*. Dryne** of tb* Mouth, Weakness Of lb* Knees, Dimness of Wight, and th* person Is laid prostrate. The symptoms of
! O M P L A I N T:-
ii. iniiev, leuowicte 01 lue .... " In the treatment of lhe«e disease* tb* object to besought is to restore the stomach and lb* system at large »- proper tone and strength. Th*** euds can be ob-
B
AGLET'S STOMACH PILLS.
These Pills ar* specially prepared for the cure of disorders of th* BlOtuacb, Liver, and Head, and being fr*« from ahj poisonous drug, may be taken with safety by Uie vounge.1 child, or by pereons of kdvanced years. For ladies and gentlemen of delicate constitutions, and subject lo nervousnets, they are one of the best medic nei ever prepared. By their cse lb* Irritability, despondency, and nervoutnea* which accompany Indige.tion. give way to a cheerful flow of ipirit*, and that morbil melancholy *o deploiable In all, is entirely destroyed. They promote digestion, Increase the appetito; *nJ by that *tr*ngth required I
t)*\GLETS STOMACH PILLS
lor which I am thankful, a* they toon re.tored u.
health and strength. I hav* recommended, then •" ............
Mr, Foster, of 1U, Adam street, Mlddl*aborough. *s "Plea** **nd me a box of ~ .....
Kr return of poet; th*y ai.
v* received any benefit."
Mr. Downton, Hay ton* Bent, lays : " I was fullering iry much from Indigestion, Weaknes*. and D*pre**iun of PplrtU, whichr*nd*r*d m*Incapable of attending to my wotk for eome month*. Afur bating bad meWkml advice and receiving no benefit tb*r*from, 1 «
•ay that all wbobay* u**d lh*m *p*ak highly of them." Mr. John Oriffith, of Ludlow, who was labouring >dtr a sev*r« Utoenach Oomplainly*ay*i I found elief

without taking quack medlcfne*
4., k will b* **nt on i
1 Manby and Co., Hlgh-etrt.t; AlruFrench, 11. North
1?VBBT DJ5SCRIPTION of PBINTIIfQ
JLJ *x*cttted with-*oonomy *#d d**p*t*b, at tb* ; L^fOtt | M«e*ra. Baku aad 8*o, Co*barn ; Mr.
Ofeacnw QBsx. ai, BUBO! Braur, 8ootha*»t»». | P*r*M#. Ulgbbuty-eUeet.^ Portsmouth j Mr. 8#*w. -—-7.-—-: 11 ------- ,i *lr**t,Port**y Baker, KaaWata.Cbicheater;

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