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Edward Farrior, 34, dsacrfbadas n bootyindar.'of 82, Mclior-strcct, Bcrmonisey, waa. on Saturday last charged, at tho Southwark rolicc-ouurt, before Mr. Partridge, with burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Josoph ElliSon, at 46, Drum-mond-road, Ilerraojiilsoy, and stealing therefrom two gold rings, two gold lockets, and three gold studs, value £10, his property, also stealing from the same house £5 in gold and jewellery, and wearing apparel, worth £100, the property of John Randall, a lodger. Joeeph Elleom mid he was * achoolmaator, and rented the house in question. On the previoua Sunday evening ho and his wife went to church, leaving the houae and all tho doors securely locked, and the windows fastened. Shortly after nine they returned homo, when ho found the door still locked, but it was bolted. Witnsaa passed through the adjoining houae to the rear, and then he found tho 'hack door, whifh he had left fastened, open, and a light burning in tho kitchen. Tho bed-room and parlour doors had been forced open, all tho drawer* and cupboards ransacked," and pnmeity mtrewn about. .He missW from a bo% nn the dreemng labk tw* gold rlnga, tyo locketa, and three atuda, altogether worth f 10. Ha knew nothing whatever of tho nrieoner. John Randall, machine pattern maker, eaiR he occupied the (W Hoor, and on Saturday afternoon he left every thing aafe In him roopis, with the doors locked, and proceeded on a Tmt W hia friend, at Chatham. On Bnnday night, a • little before ton, ho returned home and found his doors broken open and all his drawers ransackod. He missed from one box £6 in gold, and a silver watch and gold chain. Ho also missed a diamond pin, a gold one, threo gold rings, a gold pencil came, silver fruit knife, two coats, and momo other articles of little value, altogether worth about a hundred pounds. Ho had not seen any of his property since. In answer to the magistrate, he said he knomr very little of the prisoner, lie was distantly related to him wife. Detective Lo-wamo produced two keys which ho found in thepri-eoner'm room, and one of them unlocked tho door of 46, Drummcnd-road. Mr. Partridge committed the prisoner for (rial.
On Saturday last Mr. W. Carter held an inquest at tho Old Swan, Church-street, Battersca, on the body of Mr. John George Bridges, aged 46, late a whip manufacturer, of Boston-road. John Gregory, a waterman, depomed to Hading tho body In the Thames, between Rattoiaea.pier and the mumpenmion bridge, on Monday, tho 24th ult. Deceased was face downwards in the mud. Polico-sorje&nt William Hill, 8 V, said he mearchod the body, and found only I jd., two keym, and a pair of spectacles. Mr. James Joseph Bridges, brother of deceased, stated that he warn a private tutor, and nmw remidod at 23, Gower«mtreet, Euston-road. Deceased had been missing since the 10th ult., and him addrese warn then near Regeat'a-park. On tho ' 14th ult. witness was at Chelmsford, a Ad received a letter from deceased. Tho Coroner read a portion of the letter, which warn headed "King William the Fourth, December 14th, 1877." It commenced am follows:—"My dear James,—You will no doubt be aurpnecd at getting thlm from me from the bankm of the Thamern, cloae to the wharf at Chelaca. The fact ia I have como to tho end of the rope, mo may am well drop without taking others with me. 1 have quite made up my quad to commit auidda, having no in-murance, and shall quietly jump into tho Thames." A' certiGcate warn produced from a medical man, which minted that deoeamed had been a patient of him for the last ten yearm, and had been treated by him for sb-f/nam (rfswms and congemtion of the brain, and that there were mymptomm of brain aoftening. The jury^ r(corded a verdict that deceased committed Suicido whilst labouring under mental derangement.
At the SherW Court, Red Llon-mquaro, on Monday. before Mr. Under-mherid Durchcll, the came of Kir 8,*nccr Manon Wilmon. Bart., and the Metro-pohlan and St. John's Wood Railway Company was resumed on tho third day of heating and concluded.
I ho claim am premontcd to the Court warn About #5,000 for land in the Finchley-road, bevond the Swism Cottage, which warn required for a new mtation. The company had taken a portion of land for a tnnnel, and had nerved a notice for a further portion. A mum of fR,M0 had boon paid for the tunnel land, and the qu, *lion warn the mum to be awarded for the additional land. About mix acrcm were required, and on the pait of tho claimant it warn put at from £2,000 to £3,000 an acre. On tho part of the company the jury were invited to consider that £8.500 would" he the fqll ex-tent to be givon. Mr. Under-mHerig Rurcholl, in mmming up the came, regretted tho delay mince the » hemnng in July, owing to tho elevation of the
Th* jo? returned a verdict for ~1 < ,000, and no d&mago for tho severance.
FAMINE IN NORTH CHINA. A contemporary publishes a letter from acorrespon. dent engaged in tho relief work in the North-oamt of China, whmh maymPeople of all agee die of actual mtarration by thousands. Tho famine ertendm over a dimtrict which Includea at leamt 5,000 village*, and in these latter together 1 am certainly within the mark in maying that 500 die daily, perhapm 3,000 may be within
II A few day: ago I traversed the wormt part. Thousands upon thoumandm have perished already. Houses arc pulled down'in every village to sell tho timber and thatch in order to get food. Thome who can got humkm and dry leavern, ordinarily umod for fuel, are considered well off. Momt of the poor young gkla had been sold; old men, middle-aged, young men, and children die daily of sheer starvation, and others freeze. The dead cannot get a burial; they many, and none can afford the expense; so they are camt daily into large pita. Thim ia a deacHptii what happened last year. This year
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Up to the present time the principal relief has from the Christian missionaries — Protestant and Roman Catholic—who have distributed among tho sufferers tho funds subscribed by their communities in the open poda.
On Saturday last, at Liverpool, tho charge of causing the death of a seaman named Rowan preferred against a man named Spike, who is alleged to havo struck deceased on the head with tho brass buckle of his belt, from which death resulted on Christmas Day. Prisoner warn remanded for further evidence.— An inquest was also belli at Liverpool, on the body of Mary Trickett, who, it was alleged, was murdered by her husband, a bird-fancier and rat-catcher. The pair had been drinking heavily, and on the evening of Ikalng-day the prisoner, whoee handm were blood-staincd, rushed . f the house, and said to a neighbour, " It's d done." The neighbour went for a constat ' found in the room a broken walking-stick, ewuiod with blood, but which prisoner said he had broker* on him knee. The medical evidence was to the effect that, besides marks of violence on the body, there warn a wound from live to mix inchem long beneath the left brcamt, and that thia was the causa of death. The jury returned a verdict of Wilful Murder, and prisoner was committed to the next Liverpool Assizes.
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Station, on the Berk* and Hants branch. It appeared that a hamper without any address, and unaccom-pamed by a way Mil, nachaL Thm(rhmm_by_ the. afternoon train on Saturday, the 22itd, and-warn plaofd in the booking-office. WUh tho $bjcWof lamqaMamltig by whom the hamper nad been g&nt, or for vrhoth it" w as intended, Mr. Fyfield, the station-master, had It opened on tho Sunday following, when he found the oontenta included two bottles of gin. The hamper remained, safe in the booking-office until Monday afternoon, when Mr. FyHeld left the mtation for a short time, but during his absence the prisoners entered the booking oUce, whero a hoy named Hyde was in charge of the telegraph instrument. Having seated themselves by the (iro Faulkner took from the hamper the two bottles of gin, handing one of them to Shayler. The nrimoncrm then got up, and tho two began dancing, each flourishing a bottle about in his hand. Shayler handed his bottle back to Faulkner, who danced with both bottlea, which knocked againmt each other, and the neck of one warn broken off. The primonerm then drank from the broken bottle, and offered mome of the liquor to HydoHkho declined to drink, hut Bhayler having left tho oOke for a abort time, Faulkner caught hold of Hyde, and, to ume hia o»'ii words, "Poured some gin down his throat." Faulkner emptied the remainder of the contents into his breakfast can, and the full bottle and the broken one having been again placcd in the hamper, the prisoners poured mome water into it and also on the door. Shayler aaked Hyde to attend to hia mignal lampe, am he warn intoxicated, and Hyde did mo. The station-master, on returning, found Hyde and the prisoner the worse for liquor. Superintendent Mason stated that these parcel robberies had been so numerous that the company felt bound to prosecute. The prisoners were committed for trial, but admitted to bail.
At the Favcrsham County Police-court a man named Cliarlee Todd has been charged with a highway robbery from Gabriel Brown, stealing £9 in gold, at Broughton Blean. Brown was in a public-house, and Todd came in afterwardm, and drank together. While there tho former opened him purse to pay for driak, and primoner maw that he had momo gold there. Brown did not leave the houmatill doming time; but prisoner left some time previously. Whon in a lane called Colon el's-la ne, on his way homo, prosecutor atatem that the pfimoner came out of tho bedgi and amkmd him to give him mixpence to help him on the road. Promecutor maid ho had not got one, but If he would go back to a cottage he would borrow one. He aald thia becanao he mhonld get protection there. The nriaoner then throw him down, put him hand into him left troumerm pocket, and took out him puree, which contained £9 in gold. Witnemacewerocallodwhomaw primoner coming from the direction of Colonel'm-lane at the time named. It warn almo proved that 14 half-sovereigns sewn up in milk ware found on tho prisoner's wW*r-together with other money, and after telling dUferent atoriea ahe aald her husband gave the
far trial at the East Kent Quaker Seamionm. Hia wife, who was also taken into custody, was discharged.
Tho sixty-second annual report of tho Liverpool Savinga Bank which ham lust been issued mhowm that at tha dome of the financial year £1,735,753 waa due to £0,072 depoaitora. During the year 13,212 new accounts were opened, 3,800 old accounts re-opened, and 12,511 accounts cloeed. The depoaita, including tranaferm from other aavings-banks, wore £577,235, and £47,403 waa added to depoaitora' accounla for interest. The withdiawala and tranafera amounted to £581,719. ^The hank poaaeaaea a aurplum of £5,333 over the amounts due to depositors, and in addition to a meparate.murplua fund of £10,000, ita total fundm being npwardm of a million and threo-quartcra mterling. The business Is a growing one, the amount duo to depositors now being about £800,000 more than in 1855. Am compared with last year 2,472 more ac-coimtm were opened and 2,251 more were closed, while £43,471 more waa received and £23,453 paid away, and 27,027 more tranmactiona were made. The amount due to depoaitora incraaaed Inr £142,913 in tha year. Branches have been opened at the north and east eqda of tho town, and these havo been much ipprcciatod.
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Sin DEN Death.—Dr. Hardwicke has hold an in-qucst at the Paddington Coroner's Court pn the body of Edmund Berry, age 50, a retired builder, of Wilts. On Monday, the 24th ult., deceased started for London, with the intention of spending the weak with a son residing at Lillington-stroet, Pimlico, and was mot at the Great Western Railway Terminus at Paddington by bis son's wife. On proceeding to tho street, and when in Eastbourne-terrace, looking out for an omnibus, deceased suddenly fell down and ex-nired immediately. Deoeaaed warn conveyed to BL Mary a Hospital, and a pnrt-mortim examination showed that the cause of death was fatal syncope from heart disease, accelerated probably by the ex-mtrment of travelling. The son maid that decapod
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madarno appUoation for relief. He earned about 3a. per week, and his wife said she earned 4d. a day by nuraing children. Two cope of tea per day were Wr chid support. They possMsed neither furniture nor folding, and slept on rags. Dr. Maasingham said ho nad made a pott-morlun examination of the body. Death was due to a disease of tha ba#r$, want, and privation. The jury returned this aa their verdict.
At the meeting of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board an explanation waa askeu of tha Sequent inter-niptiona which lake place, eapecially in atonny weather :n the tdegraphio line along the coaat from Liverpool to Holyhead, by which ahipping newa la tranamitted. Mr. Alfred Hdt, the chairman of the marine committee, atated in reply that he waa glad the matter had been brought forward, as it waa one of very great importance when they conalderod that the atoppage of commnni-cation might mean delay in the reedpt of nowa of a vesad bdng In diatreaa, and, consequently, in the dim-patch of the life boat. He had meen the, pomtmamter of Liverpool upon the question, and that gentleman ex-plained that telegraphic wlrcm were dwaya liable to be aGocted by atmomnheric conditkna, and auggcated that the wirea ahould be laid underground. To this, how-over, the dock board's marine aurveyor had oferod objectiona, atating that there were man vdiaadvantagea kvdved In the auggoation. For hia own part, thero-fore, he did not aee what waa to be done, but he could promise that the marine committee would investigate the matter and report upon IL Thia course waa
A Plantaoexet Tomb.—Tho interesting and beau-lifnl monumental tomb at Eing'a Langloy Church, of Prince Edmund of Langloy, Duke of York, fifth son Edward HL, baa been removed to a chapd expressly builtforita reception, and tho Queen has beengradoudy pleased to grant £40 from the privy purse towards idadng a atainedglaaa window In the chapd to the memory of the Pnnco, h'cr Majesty's ancestor.
A Nxw MzTOOfoUTAN Railway.—Major General Hutchinson, of the Board of Trade, haa made an ofGcid inapedion of tho now railway which haa boon constructed by the Great Eastern Company from the Seven Sistora'-road Station on the Metropolitan Extension line to Wood-green. After inmpccting dl the workm and testing the various bridges (four powerful engines bdng employed fur tha purpoae) General Hutehinaon approved the line, which, it ia under-atood, will be opened for general traffic on tho Imt of January. The line will afford *n independent acceaa to the metropolia from Wood-green and Weat-green —two already large and rapldly-increaalng diatricts.
Daama raon Excsasrvs DaiMxixo.—Three cases of death from excessive drinking have occurred in Dublin. Two of the victims were women, and of theao one waa married and an habitual drunkard, who returned to her home in an intoxicated condition on Christmaa-eve, lay down before the Are, and died. The other was a servant girl, who cams home to her mistress's residence the sumo night, also intoxicated, and died in a aomewhat similar way. In the third eaae a man, who had been noticed under the Influence of drink, made hia way to a limo-kiln, whero he waa found dead on Christmas morning, having apparently been killed by the fumea while he lay endeavouring to obtain a warmth which the liquor had failed to give him.
RmLmasm or a Faaux Pamoxxn.—Mr. O'Connor Po#w, M.P., haa recdved from the Home Secretary the following letter, indicatih* the termination of a ^g wrreapondtneo in reference to Mr. Michad Davitt, a political prisoner, whoso liberation was an-
aoner Davitt, and that he had anawered It. I abould not, however, like not to answer you myself, though Ihavenotyour ktter before me. I had the pleamS, th« rdeaao before I Idt London.—Always faithfully yours, R. Aaawmrox Caoaa. J. O'Connor Power, Eaq., M.P.
firiLtrwo Reform Memorial.—It is expected that the memorid of the school boards, asking for a Royal commission'of inquiry in regard to spelling reform, will be presented to the Education Department about tho end of January, and that it will be supported by anothsr deputation, composed principally of the leading philologists. When the memorial of the London board was first proposed, 101 provincial boards gave in their adhodon, induding many of tho largest towns in the kingdom. The number has now increased to 130. Among the recent additions are Brighton, HnU, Swansea, Cardiff, Southampton, Worcester, and Wakefield. Some -of these, however, though desirous of inquiry, do not fully endorse all the points of the London memorial; while Birmingham nam adopted a memorid of its own, with the same
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. 'Vgtk.AhD BLOOD.
Since tlie year 1559, when a Hamburgh ChemiH, named Brandt, dissevered Phosphorus, it has been more or lew used In medicine, but it has never played any vAry important part till within the last few years, when the attention of medical men was attracted to Ita beneficial etfccts in Neuralgia, ft has new been discovered that in small doses, in conjunction with Quinine, ft may almost be considered a specific in all aflections of nerve*. It is ^he life-giving property of the blood and end the thought-giving power to tho brain. All nervous affections ra6«n n want of Phosphorus of tho brain and nervo centres, and to euro them is to re-introduce tho deficient property.
PHORUS PI 1,1,8 have been invented to pllsh this end, and there are now many thousands who can testify to the success that has attended this mode of treatment In Neuralgia, Ague, Sciatica. Prostration, St. Vitus Dance, Nervous Debility, Impotence, 8kin Diseases, and dl diseases arising from Impurolblood, and having as symptoms weakness and debility.
Produce appetite and a healthy digestion Renew the strength.
Renovate tho failing power.
Remove men sail ns of fatigue.
Produce sensations of exhilaration.
Cause no after depression.
Incresto tho capacity for mental and physical
Produce cheerfulness.
Give a coolness and dexterity to the mind.
Confer freshness, originality, and mental pi
Vitalise, purify, and enrich the blood.
Regulate tho supply of blood to diseased nerves. Nourish diseased spinal nerves.
Act as a brain tonic.
Act as a general tonic.
idnvigorato tho whole system.
Are tho best tonic.
Afford a ready mode of gaining strength. Are pre-eminent as a means of gaining appetite. Particularly useful to delicate females.
Powerfully assist tho digestive organs.
Throw off germs of all diseases ; and Thoroughly rocruie tho general bodily health.
riOBDEITg QUININE AND PHOS-^ PHORD8 PILL8, 2m 9d and 4s 6d,
May bo described as a
GENERAL TONIC AND IRVIOORATOR. There aro two forces always at work in tho body, the nervous and tho vcgr.tivo; when the former overcomes the latter, from over brain work, menial anxiety, loss of t, vlolsnt mhockm, fast Using, overtaxing the powers, from any of tho c.usos combined under the head of xcesses or Indlmerstlons of youth," then the mubject loses strength and energy, becomes thin and pallid, the
a lunatic asylum is frequently the end.
In all stages of these affcctions, the predominant character is dcficicncy. or wasting of Phosphorus from tho nerve tissues, and this will be shown by the Increased excretion of Phosphorus compounds, always to bo detected in tho urino of thoso so suffering. The ipplied by tho use of
As they act as a tonic in virtue of their capacity for supplying the nerve matter with compounds, tho want of which sttsnds on tbs morbid condition thsv rsmedy. It 1< known by experiment thst a course of tbses Pills renovats the falling power, confer freshness, originality, «nd energy on the mental procewes and thoroughly restores tho general bodily health.
nnd **dcbes the Blood.
imgthens the Serves end Muscular System.
ites Appetite aid improves Digestion.
tes tho Spirits and Mental Kacltics.
yr'ighlf recruits the General Do,lily Health, and induces n proper hehlthy condition of the Nervous and Physical forces.—Bottles, 4s 6d each. Sold by Chemist*.—Agent in Southampton—G. Dew man. Chemist, 160." High-street.
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A fluid combination for Derangement of the Liver, particularly when arising from slight congestion. By gently stimulating action of the Liver, and slightly moving the Bowels, the heavy drowsy sensations of fulness, often headache, pain beneath the shoulders, at the chest after eating, unpleasant taste in the mouth, and other indications of dyspepsia are removed. Taraxaccm and PoporaTLLiN is much safer than Calomel or Bine Pill for removing the bile. Prepared by J. PEPPER, 237, Tottenham Court-road, London, whoso name must be on the label. Bottles, 2s 91 and 4s 6d each. Sold by all Chemists.—Agont in Southampton ' G. Bowman, Chemist, 160, High-street._
remedy for Skin Diseases. The most inveterate obstinate Eruptions and Pimples aro subdued by Sulpholine, and a clear, healthy skin developed. Thoso complaining of tender, reddened, »nd irritable skins, or affected by the sun, rough winds, ko., and evon sufferers from Constitutional Skin Diseases,will derive great benefit and comfort by using Sulpholine Lotion, which has powerful conserving and salutary action, removes the effect of constant perspiration, and maintains the cuticle in a free, healthy, condition. Bottles, 2s 9d each. Sold by all Chemists. — Agent in Southampton— G. Dowmwn. Chemist. 160, High-street.
.nd polished like Ivory. It is exceedingly fragrant, and specially useful for removing incrustations of tartar on neglected teeth. Sold by all Chemists., Pots, Is and 2m 6d each. (Get Craeroft's).—Agent In Southampton — G. Bowman, Chemist, 160, High-street.
&c.,"&c.—Dollar's Essence for Deafness liaa proved an extraordinary remedy. It always relieves, generally cures, and is strongly recommended. Sold in Bottles, Is ljd and 2s Dd each, by all Chemists.—Agsnt In Souih-arapton—G-Dowman, Chemist. 160. High-street.
days restore completely the natural colour. Tho cflect is superior to that produced by an instantaneous dye. and the Sulphur Restorer does not injure tho skin. Sold in largo bottles, ls6d each, by Chemists and Hairdressers.—Agent in Southampton—G. Dowman,Chemist, 160, High street.
Lockybs's sdlphus hair
RESTORER, while keeping the Hair Its proper colour, is useful for removing scurf, no other application being necessary to encourage the growth of tho new hair. Iockyer's Restorer has powerful cleansing properties, rendering it a desirable Hair Fluid. Large bottles, ls6c
The dlgeaUvs procsmees. ths absorbent powers, Ac., " a hodlhy condition, yet, from extra mental or bodily exertion, tho patient suffers from a temporary exhaustion of mind snd body. In these eases a stimulant la requirsd, and thet gsnerally resorted to Is alchdlo, hut vsry unwisely, for wbsn Its sffects bavs gons off, ths patient Im gsnerdly left worse of than bdore. It 1m in these cases that
PUORUS PILLS aro invaluable, as they act not ns a stimulant only, but as a substitute, to sons extent, for rest. A couple taken an hour or mo before ths ce#-sation of the day's work is found to remove sensations of fatigue, to give clearness and dexterity to tho mind, to produce apnetlte and s hedthy digemtlon, snd to oonducs.
, , „ fatigue, then be feels his strength renewed ; if while In a state of despondency, ho takes a more cheerful view of things. A state of depression does not can*, thsrafors, whilst acting aa a stimulant thsy differ from all othsr stimulahts am thmy do not Isavs their da-tramming after effects.
PHORUS PILLS may be considered specific in NEURALGIA. • Ths rsmsrkably rapid and lasting effects of the Pills m this complaint la perhaps ihslr most striking thsrs-peutical power. In this, as in that of some other disuses, they wsrt a doubls power; In sons Instances merely regulating the Mood supply to the sffectsd nsrvss —In others, swing In addition ss a tonic, or nourlsher of the diseased spinal nerves, or the affected nerves themselves. Three doses will invariably cure. '
iatients suffering from any disease, no matter under what name, having for its symptoms weakness and debility, or arising from Impure blood, will bo benefited by a course of Cobden's Quinine and Phosphorus Pills, and tho general direction for taking the Pills is one daily after the principal meal. Care should be taken to keep&ajiowmlm regular. 7%q,arsoAm:ys6es*mieaoaa
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Being a treatise on the Laws 6i________ .
mont of which is the cause of all Disease.
to obtala reetoratkn to hselth.
tbslr peeparatloe aad ass. Ooclslos special Resaarks oa Rheumatism. Beta ties. Gout, Neuralgia, Epilepsy, Palpitation °* d^h^T*V Loss of Energy, MenUl
..... ... .. .She fundi nsan,ld'..,r\r.,
peculiar to tho female sex, by the same Author, entitled,
. ADVISER, which will be eent GRATIS to any address e. RECEIPT OF BTAMPHD K3TVKLOPE. Address—Messrs. BARNES and Co., 48, Lonsdsje-square, Barn,bury, London, N.
It can be recommended to all classes as a really Talnablo and suggostiTo work."—Mining and Commercial Times. Nor. 20th. Ii73.
"Thsre Is, throaghoat the book, aa air of elaeaHty, that wins upon the render.' —Enjinttring and Building Tin**. Odober l&lh, ISA.
" Wo are much pleased with this book.
Royal Horse Guards.
ths marrelloms ef ets pnxlaoed apqe Ihe mind and body of ......COCKLE'S PILLS,
-----' medietas maa" had nuldW
ire was area then a then* of
ooarerisatlem la Ihe hassar."

OCKLE'S Antibilious Pills
May k had throay bout ths Unlisd Cagdom.
I8.°NE^ORMO% M%^i0%D0X.
gennetts quinine and iron
Dr. Thompson saysi "QUININE Is quite nnrlvalled sm a tonic, im dissasee of debillly, in weakened digsellun
properties era well known, and probnbly we have no
^c^Tlhllll aJwoS of%"'^y. %
Bennett, High-
& M, or bv poet (or 14^4 stamps. ""T(TbrohtabMd"3 J. JooM t Uk, Dispensing Chsmlsts, two doors below .. ........ Southampton.
Bar, and 8, Upper Prospect pla*
5. OXFORD STREET, SOUTHAMPTON. Who devote b., cnliro all.nti.n lo ,11 o„t, ot No™... Debility .riling from early error,, wbieh itilllMIe»g0i„„ , the happiness of life.
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Open from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. Sundays, 0 till 2;
eckitt and son's registered LL FAMILY WASHING BOOE-Kor one quarter
V/ Im warranted to cure all discharge, from tha Urinary

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GUIDE OF THE DESERT J Others to follow.
Olenleven MalL Zmtabllmbod 100 Year:
Trade snpplfod. Agents wanted.
JOHg ^
mppcet foe Hernia yet Invented. ]
snro with nlcely-regalated accn- /VV / 'tra. racy, and can be worn daring
any exercise or at night A/xl .
descriptive pamphlet and / ■ al Deformities of
pMceHste* liiiwss. thsBplae, Chest, snd
with a short treatise on Hernia,
OEATia &

sji^pt f*nn»3j!c*b "a'fscl!ltlM for Wrehulnj
BscoBrseadcd by Isadlag Physidaas ia Chriithzu.
Chronic oh
principally of
com tha
Boxes of 24 Pills, Is. lJd-» of all Chot_. and by poat for 15 mtampm of F. Nowbary & S* #7, Newgate Street, London, E.C.
When you ask for
See that youtfet it, as bad qualities are often substituted.
Universal Patronage.
41 "»*erers Yrom cenenU or local dheare tsi-
employment of i_
efwoanda.nkers.1 .........
galekly conquered. Ths rrputadao I_______ _
Pills hare acquired throushont tho haWtabie
Bronohitia, Diphtheria, So Throats, Coughs, and Cold?.
removed by mhWag,
Bad Legs, Bad Breasts. — 0: Wounds, Sores, and Ulcera
the budy e( .nowh w Is no less wwnkrfol m w Ointment, wh^n It k n, and snlitsU b, a;
uHls It ff the ,hn«. I Ihe efTrct U MoikW
Gout and Ehonmatism.
and duly aaUtUtt hr psrKyla-asd ^*l!,lr all pcrsoni lial.'c
fr!ndf foOow*! fur do«es of Hollow*/, r ",desm#adtbefan*"i m. gnat. rdaUoa, w vui-
Piles, Fistulas, and Drc:: Swellings.
Llmhs, Abdominal Belts, Elastic Stockings, and ovcry descripUon of Sargical Ap|.||. ance. An experienced Female At-
(LaU Saviyny and Co.),
Terse m Soboicai. Isstbuksxt Maurs, #7. «T. JAMES" BT&EET. PAIL MALL,
_Losdov, aW. EstabUahed 200 Years.
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