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TilE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WXyQHBj'CBH NBWBrSATUliUAY JUNE
TTTANTEID, » UKNBSAL SKR\
» V Apply, 6, Hlgh-strael, KoQlhamplon.
rtinisMn*fartherEMPLOYMENT motfl*«-apriiur M S.8., or oan aot aa tutor —Good »ocurity .Iph*"—0&*rr*r Ofioo Southampton.
POTATOES! POTATOES! JERSEY BLUM. ftum f#e*r Tea, *t H. BROWN'S, IMPORTER of BUTTKBand EQQ3.20, FRENCH -STREET, Southampton.
WATCHES,—English, Swiss, Waltham, and Elfin L*v*r*. Keduoed wholesale prioa lift (Fro*).—Apply C. CartWright ASons, Birminghai —Agents wanted..
pAPER! PAPERII PAPEBIII
Several BALES of thia year's PATTERNS, in all
and will be aold at greatly reduced price*.
80th Mm,, X8M.
"^ERVOUS DEBILITY. —GRATIS, _
\ Medical Work showing sufferers bow they may be cured without the aid of Qoacki. Free on receipt of gostage stamp. Addreaa, Secretary, Institute of Anatomy,
•\ WANTKD.—In Southampton or suburbs, V >V FURNISHED APAllTMKNTS, t.o
or married couple. Term* mod*rate.-Apply, with particular*, to 0. P.. 4, Lerne terrace, Templeton road, Highbury, London. N.
T3E8IDENT SEORETARY WANTED
Address, with referencei. Manager, care of Mr. Green, 64. PatemosteM-ow, London, 8.0. Preference will be gtven to a candidate (otherwiae eligible) who la prepared 0 laves* In the *spltal of tb*[0on.paoy.
TO BE SOLD, aituate at OBELISK
ROAD, WOOL8TON, la osm lot or aopamtaly, THREE PAIRS OP SEMI-DETACHED HOUSES, with well-stocked garden* ; ono I* a Grocer and Baker'* •hor, with two good Oreni, Stable, Coach.Home, and *U convenience for carrying on the builne** of a Grocer and Baker.—For particular*, apply to H. SANDY, I, Week Marland*, Southampton.
N.B.—A part of the purchase money can remain mortgage.
FOR SEVEN DAYS ONLY.
HPBCIAL!—TO DE OIVBN AWAY,
A Handsome Pianoforte,
incobpobateo UNDER THE
TN conscquence of tho unparalleled success
our former Distribution* of Mu«lcal Olfta hare achieved, we hare determined to have an ALL-PRIZE DRAWING in connection with the last edition of Almanac*, In which every tubeorlber will receive prise to at leait the fall value of their tubwriptlon, beddta having a chance of obtaining the Pianoforte, itc.
Now ready—Price l*6d; port free, 20 stamps, the
Last Edition of the "PIANOFORTK. HARMONIUM, AMHRIOAN OR9AN, & OBNERAL^MDSIOAL INBTRUMBNT
Almanac and Byou Calendars
CLASSES for Ladle* and Gentlemen hi full operation. To speak any Language *o a* to be under*tood 1* not so difficult a* would at first eight bo euppoied. The necewllj ruM* are generally few and elm pie, and with the knowledge of tbeie and a few hundred words—which can easily be committed to memory—no one need be afraid to venture abroad. Terms, moderate.—Apply to Dr. C of Languages, Hartley Institution.
NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL
DEBILITY.—A gentleman, having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means of self-cure. He will be happy to forward the particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope.—Address J. T. Sbwbll. Esq. Lisburn House, Falham, London.
THE CROSS OF OSIRIS, or THE
CROSS OF LIFE. B, EUSTAOB HINTON JONES. Joint Author (with the Rev. Sir Qeo. W. Cox, Bart.. M.A.). of " Popular Romances of the Middle Ages, and " Tale* of the Teutonic Lands."-Publlsbed by Thomas Scott, 11, The Terrace, Farquhar Road, Upper Norw -J * * n-'—
Booksellers.
Upper Norwood, 8.E.—Price Sixpence, to be had of all
H. HIQG8.
OACH BUILDER, 75, ST. MARY'S
Parisian Phaton, Norfolk Car, and three Village Carts'
C
GARDEN REQOIS1TR8, M79.
SANBY and BERRETT
Respectfully solicit orders in the
ensuing season for LAWN MOWING MACHINES,
GARDEN ROLLERS.
Single Cylinder, with I Double Cylinder, rith l"J'* balance handle.
Containing, In addition to the ordinary matter, the New Prospectus, Rule*, and Regulations, Testimonial* and
Price LtsU of the above Society.
Every purchaser of thi* Book will be presented GRATIS *ith a PRIZE TICKET, eatlilb, th. mwnar to a
ohaoaa la the GRAND ALL-PBHSB
Distribution of Frea Musical Gifts I
The first Prize being
A Handsome PIANOFORTE, 7 Octaves, Walnut Caw, Thuwea, *o.
The sseond Prize —
Hmndynne AMERICAN ORGAN, 5 Octave*, American Walnut Came.
The third Prize—
A Handsome Broad Reed HARMONIUM, 5 Octave:, Walnut Came.
b addltloo *e fh, above, VA&IO03 OTHER PRIZES, valuing from Three Guinea*. *3T Winner* not requiring a Pianoforte, Harmonium, or Organ, may select any Musical Instrument they like to tho value of their Prize*. The Drawing for Prizes will take place on Mosdat Evamwo, July 1st, and a* only a limited number will bo Issued. Afplv immediately, enclosing P.0.0. l*6d, or 20 penny stamps, to the Publishers,
E. A. POWELL & Co., 27, FOBS STREET, HEXHAM.
Two Ticket* given with orders for Two Almanacs, post free, 2sl0d.
Three Ticket* given with order* for Three Almanac*, poat free, 4#4d.
Poet Office Order* only (payable to E. A. POWELL & Co.. Hexham Poat Otfice) can be received ment for two or more Almanacs. If stamps i 1* 8d must be enclosed for each Almanac.
A list of the Winning number* will be published in the Daily Nac$. and a copy will be sent oratis to ell who forward stamped directed envelope for tho satr
TESTIMONIALS.
From the very many flattering testimonials, we have received from Prize Winners in previous Distributions, ---------to submit tho following as being thoroughly
_ , ... . ApU 187& Gentlemen.—It affords me pleasure to inform you that the Piano which I received from you as a prize from the drawing of March, 1878, is very good in ap-pearanca: the tow la al*e vary good; and ao far It exceed* my expectations.
James Lister
Capital £100,000. divided into 20,000 hire* of £5 each.
First Issue, 10,000 Shares, carrying Bsnua Coupon* when fully paid up.
by instalments not exceeding £1 per Share, bhares can be paid up In full at once, and the full benefit of the ooupokb immediately obtained. Where no allotment is made the deposit will be returned In full.
"" "»4., ii.iui.iu. onepparu:
A. Uuimwood, Esq , Holmweod, Dot king. R. Gilbert Howard. Esq., St. Donatt a road, Lewi,ham.
John Pa,a. Esq., Alexandra Lodge, Illghgate. Captain C. Eiehardea, Bengal Staff Corps, Brocklsy,
W. A. White, Esq., Talbot Villa, Horn Park, Lee. BANKERS.
The London Joint Stock Hank, 60, Pnll Mall, S.W. AUDITOR.
John Dellar, Esq., 33, Klng street, Cheapslde.
.. _ aouomoaa.
H. W. Mackreth, Esq., 19. Moorgate.street, E C. B. Davies, Esq., Southampton Buildings, Chaneeiy
BMRRTARY (pro. t*m.)
Mr C. Campbell.
TmMPORARY OFFICES 2, Wallbrook, Loudon, E C.
16 x 16 36a 20x26 Wa
18 x 16 50s
20% 18 56,
22 , 20 70*
24% 23 80a
OARDRN ENOINEN, ARROSOIRS, and SYRINbES.
Tt' "SOUTHAMPTON" Bwnso WATER BARROW, to hold 30 gallon*, with oak tub, 42s.
m58#&w
BTEEL SPADES DIaGING FORKS, ud »ve,r description of GARDEN TOOLS, in considerable
AGRICULTURAL REQUISITES.
inches wide
Galvanised after made. jMeah srs:
Vi Hi
Uaroe, Ac......;J- '# Perfectly 1'roof against) ,. iWMaaHeatkabWtej-l '& 0 8
Mr*. Martin begs to acknowledge the receipt of Har-onium (exchanged for American Organ won), which is a splendid Instrument in every respect; and if, instead of Mabels* a Prlaa. aba had paid full Catalogue phc# for it, would consider it well worth the money.
3, Rawlln* Stroat, Chalaaa, London.
. _ . . ^ April 20th, 1B78. . A. Walaon, In aoknosHedpng racalp* of
....... I* exceeds her expectations ; and
by friends fully competent to
Harmoni________
she ha* had it testis ....
judge, and they pronounce it an excellent_____________
and rich in tone. She is perfectly satisfied and
. Pentonville, London, W.C., Apdl 16*. 1878. on Saturday, and am
J. slater Nice.
War Office, Pall Mall, London. 8.W., _ , .. , . April 26th, I87&
Gentlemen,—I have much pleasure In giving testimony regarding the Accordian you sent me, it exceeds my expectations, its tone U admired by all who hear it.
T. 8. Partridge.
Made and Sold in Rolls of 60 yarda each. In widths
TTINO WIRE, 8d ne, A. For large quantitiea a further reduction * off( the following SPECIAL RATES:—
2000 yard*
-ii"-
DAIRY REQU181TB8.
order of Large Plate Tin to avoid Soama.
SANBY AND BERRETT,
8
ANBY and BgimRT, BUILDBR8,
IRONMONGERS and FACTORS.


1b°«mo5--------
•. BaiDQB STBEET, SODTHAHPTON
Priory Lodge, Harrow Weald, Slanmore,
_ « , . Apdl I6*h, 1878.
Sir*,—Received the Violin quite safe, and many thank* for a good instrument.
Arthur W. Hart.
Dear Sirs,—I have received the Musical Box all right, and in perfect order. It gitee every satisfaction,
f. shepherd.
Proepect Cottage, High Oxford Street. Doncaeter.
AO. Aphl26*h,lS78L
Dear Sir*,—I beg to Inform you that we received the Flageolet *afe, and are very well satisfied with it. Wo consider it a very elegant little piece of music, and tender you our thank* for the same.
J. p. Gilbertiiorpe.
Warlisdon, Woburn, Bedfordshire,
April 30th, 1878.
Sir*,—We received the Flsgeolot safe, and think It
OBJECTS OF TOE OOMPASY.
This Company, is formed to acquite the valuable businesses carried on by AJad«ufc Xuerese and Co. at their respective premises hereinafter mentioned, and to **ll every description of tirsi-claas Millinery. Dress Silks, Ae., to tlio Shareholders and Members of the Company at toholetale prices, and to the general public at profitable. but much lower price* than are now charged at rf tail ibopf.
/ C04)PEEAn0N.
T.ie great benefit* which co-operation confer* on individual customers Is now an established fact; but, while no branches of buainer* offer such a wido scope for the spplicatlon and developement of this principle as. the Millinery and Dress Silk Trades, purchasers of these articles, although alwa>a paying extraysoant prices (and otten for v«ry Inferior goods), have as yet had no real opportunity of availing themselves oftUe full advantages of co-operative trading therein.
DIRECT PUnCUAflEi The present Company will fully meet this requirement, as every Shareholder and Member will derive as lauch benefit from its operations u* if each individual bad purchased in dolk direct from the manufacturer and producer.
L&E0E PEOFira OX MILLI***Y. 8ILE6, to. It may perhap* appear strange that the profit* on AHHInery and Dress Silks are exceptionally large, it i«, however, absolutely correct that from ~
per cent, profit is charged on silks, an to two uuhdked per cent. Is mado upon tho cost of millinery, bonnets, trimmed hats, evenihg dress caps, collarettes, &o., &c., which constitute in their many ~ rled qualities and fashions the business of a milliner. UfFERIoarrr OF SILEt NOW POLD TO TEE PUBLIC.
In reference to drew silks the recent expoid In the public press has called general attention to the present most unsatisfactory (It not dishonest) mode of manu-factoring this Important article of commerce; the fact being that a great portion of the so-called silks sold, instead of being really *llk, consist* of from third to one half their weight of injurious chemicals and dyes, the result being that any " wear" is obtained from the highest priced fabrics.
ARRAaOEMEETd WITH ROMB ASD FOREIOE
MAaUTACTUaEKB.
Special and very aiivantaxeou* arrangements ar lending with several of the most eminent homo and foreign silk, manufacturers, to supply black, coloured, and fancy silks of various qualities and price*, in a per-jecrly fori state, and entirely phe8 from admixture with deleterious substances; the Shareholder* and customer* of thi* Company will, therefore, be clusively supplied with an article of the very best description at the lowest possible wholesale price. X* TO mi PER OEXT. PROMT TO BHUtEHOLDEM. Every article sold or used by the Company will bo purchased for the lowe*t cash price, direct from the respective manufactures, producers, or importers, thus saving the eeveral profits now absorbed by the var " middlemen" who stand between the manufacturer customer; and looking at the numerous amount business which, under the circumstances, the Company must command, it is believed that a profit of least from 15 to 20 per cent, will accrue holder* on capital invested.
IMPORTANT ADDITION*.
It Is intended, as soon as possible, to associate with Millinery and Silks, Dressmaking, Costumes, and Ladle*' mod Children's first-class Underclothing.
FUBTHE& PROBABLE PROFMB.
Thi* general combination willlsrgely augmentprofits,
. FRELIMIEARYEXPENWB.
wm
fre* of charge a* in thi* l.sue.
MADAME TEEBEBE A Ok. UNITED.
MB
Public Notices.
gOUTH-WESTEBN RAILWAY.


Soii'lhamptfan
a-m. ^Cheater ... L. •...
Shrewsbury snd Well-1
. 10 lo^ Wolverhampton
^
Warwick. Leamington
) the Share-
very good instrument.

TboCMada* CW#o( Fab.28*h,187^*ni "Oo,
reader* lyould do well to avail themselves of the opportunity."
The Primitive ifet hot lift of March 7, 1878, says: "Tbt*Company are anxious to make thi* as groat a success as po«ible, their object being not to moles any dirtct pro A, bo t to give a Urge number of Pria<*, and bring their yaUm promlnenUy before the public."
Tho Sheffield Pott of April 80, 187d, * ya "The elevating Influence* of mu*ic are too well known to be expatiated upon hero; and for *o laudable a desire to raise the popular taste Messrs. E. A. Powell k Co. ought to be encouraged by all who lore " the concord of sweet sounds."
k
In the Distribution of Ma; 24th, 1878,
Tho Pianoforte was won by Mrs. Blatoh, Heathfleld, Shirley, near
Southampton, The American Organ, by Miss Holder, Watergate, Emsworth, Hants.
The Harmonium, bj Mr. GWm Holt, Low Moor Station, near Bradford, York.
E. A. POWKUL & Co..
articles at once into the hands of customers. WST PEOFITB AEE ME*m)EED AB 1* TO * PEE The profit* are purposely set forth at from 15 to 20 per cent, per annum, in order to be well within the margin but it Is anticipated they will average, if not exceed, 23 per cent, per annum upon the amount of capital Invested.
OOOPOE TEADIMG MT4TEK ASD 004)PEEAT%0X WITIi BOaUdEd COMBINED.
In order to give the original Shareholders all the advantages of co-operation, combined with the immediate benefit* ol.the "Coupon Trading SysUm," it has been j w, bam*a coupom. value f5. with every twn
.aid Shares of £5 each, the Shares remaining for dividends or for re-sslc hereafter. These Coupons will be received as Cash for the purchase of Goods at the London or Country Establishment* of the Compariy. so that Subscribers for two or more Shares will practically obtain an immediate return in Goods to the extent of the money they have invested, as the articles supplied being at wholesale prices, will be equal to doob'o the quantity of aimilar Goods purchased at the ordinary retail ohops.
PAEIE aOENCT AED DEPOT.
It Is Intended to estahliih a Depot and Agency in Paris, in order that all noveltie* may be secured fur tho Shareholder* and Customer* as they appear, and each Shareholder will receive every month, free or ckaroe, an Illustrated Circular containing the Newest Desio.ns and LATEaT InpomwiTio* In every department of fashion; and at the commencement of each season patterns of the neweet fabfloa wi*! be forwarded to Shareboldeisfree of charge.
WAITIEO AED EEADIBQ EOOMB. EOED BTEEET. A portion of the premises in New Bond Street will bo fitted up a* Heading, Writing, and Wailing Itooms. which will be devoted entirely to the use of Sbari-holder* and their friends; and Country Shareholders, together with their friends, will be at liberty to avail themselves of the use of these Booms as often a* they may wish during their stay In town.
QUALTTT AED VALUE OF AETICLES BOLD.
Every department of the business will be conducted by thoroughly skilled and experienced persons, so that Shareholders and Customers may rely with confidence that only article* of the highest class and fir*t-rato value will be supplied.
Several very valuable and exclusive privileges be accorded to original Shareholder*, via.
4* COPPOEB.
lit—Coupons of the valuo of £5 each will be issued with every two fully-paid £5 Shares.
LIFE TIOEETB.
2nd.—A Life Ticket will be given to every holder of two or more fuliy paid shares, and should the sbans at any time be sold, the life ticket will entitle tho
3rd.—lloldere of two or more fully paid share* will be entitled to the free carriage of all good* over 40*. in value to any railway station in England.
HOME EETEEPEIBE OF SOUND CUABAOTBB.
A* a home enterprUe based on the soundest commercial principles, and entirely free from the chances and changes which affect ordinary undertaalngs. this Company ofler* ibe medium of a highly prodtablo investment, independent of the great and aubtiuitisl advantage* which will be enjoyed by original share.
rv BAYNEB;S nALF.GUINEA DAY
BOOK is unequalled in tbe South of England,
mmm
and also for wpplelo* the New Fonat Union Workboow
ylklM from th* Is* day of Jmly next, to the S&h day of September next.
Th* consumption of Bread for the Workhouse during
particularly requested to send In their Tendere oo such forms, as the Guardians will not receive Tender* not made out in accordance with this notice.
Pemene are directed toforward tkelr Tenders, onder ee.1, *ddreea#l to th* Chalrmam of the Board of Oua^ dwns of theiNew Forest Unbo. Blna, not later them Saturday, the 29th June Instant, eccompunled *lth Samples of such articles as adroit thereof.
By order of the Board.
N.B.-AII persons having any CLAIM against the Guardians are requested to send the same not later than the Uth June nexi. Accounts not sent purewamt to
SES,r ind,Sibi?s;»oi'.'irtn"
Q.BAPH10 SUMMER NUMBBll.
On WBHSSSDAV. J PS. M, »u p.bll.l.,d .n SXTBA SUMBBR.I " THB 0k»HIlI0," e.ll.J lb. SUMMER NUMBER, end Intended as a companion to the one Issued at Christmas.
It will be arranged in a similar form to the ls*t Christ-mas Number, one whole ihesi, containing thirty-two Miislrstlunt, being In colour*, one (beet of Engravings, and a Beautifully Coloured Plate, tho subject of which is "THE LA3? BIT OF SOAHDAL'"
The whole to be enclosed In a wrapper, also In Colours.
The Literature of the Number will comprise a humor, ously written account of various Holiday Places and Pastimes by R. D. Caldecott, and tales by Julian Hawthorne, Arthur Locker, T. W. Speight, ihe Authors of • Eeady-Moner Mortiboy," and others; and it will be altogether so fell of interest that a Imrge demand is certain from the many thousands who are now planning their Summer travel*.
PEICE OEE mEfLLIEQ.
,bor# c*n noir b* booked at C RAYJ.BR 8 Newspaper and Stationery Warehouse, 21, Bridge street, Southampton.
FUKKtsTiUKb . AFTEENOON the Mary's Church, headed by
A NCIBNT OBDKB uF j
JrX. TO MORROW (SUNDAY) A
Members will attend St. Mary's Cl._____________
the Band of the 1st Hants Engineers, which will tak* p*rt In the Church service. On MONDAY, FETE *od DEMONETEATION at the SOUTHAMPTON OEICKET GEOUND, Mth th. ANNUAL DINNKK 'dock, the Mayor (A L. MeCalmoiit, Esq.
of Firework*.
iant Display
OHBPMLD CUTLBBT, 5c., POCKET
kj KNIVES (every kind) for Ladles or Gents. Is.
gOLY TRINITY, SOUTHAMPTON. NATIONAL BOEOOLS-1NFAMT8' DEPART.
Apply, with testimonlalii, fte., before
President, the Hon. Eliot O. Yorke. M P.
GREAT FLORAL FETE
WESTWOOD PAEK, AVENUE, ADOWrSrdmhdNh. OBKAT ATTEACriOEBll
for the pnvilego of publishing programmes and list of exhibitors. Forms and conditions can bo obtained of *wnln, between a,: and sewn. Sealed Tenders to be forwarded not later than the 4th of July. Tent* will bo provided. Space will mho be let
N Q T I G E !
®be Soufjjampton ©bsttbir
O.LY WjSHgLT PAPER
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The Southampton Observer
Winchester §ews.
SATURDAY, JUN'K' 29, IS7S.
for Fancy Stall*, Ac. An early a
Eeoresary,
39. York-street. Lower Avenue.
(OaEOO),
ILL (tide and weather permitting) ran
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betweem tbe *teampaok#te and train* u aot gmwaatesd r
;Wjv GLASGOW AiVD THE
HIGHLANDS. — Royal Route, via Crlnan and Caledonian Canals, by «=risW9sy COLUMBA'(newsteamer) or' 10NA, from Glasgow daily, at 7 a.m., and from Greencck at 9 a.m., couTwlag Pamengers for th* N*rth and West Highland*. Time Bills, wiih map and tourist fares, fre* by noet, bdm David Hulchwon aad Co., 119, Hope' •treet. Glasgow. -
_ IMFOETAET NOTICE
"IVrONEY is continued to bo advanced at the
BOOTUAMPTON,
On th* *am* *d^mtageou* t*rms as h*r*tofor*.
LOANS granted from to £500.
Btncteet **cr*oy and promptltud* nhs*rv*d.
OTORY OF AGATHA,'
^ Author.
by a popular
NOVELETTE will be devoted entirely to
original works of Fiction, by the
"jVTOVELETTE will contain 32 large book
' size pages, clear readable tvpe.
""VTOVELETTE will be neatly folded, stitched
^ in cover (to preserve for bindiug)
Houihampton to Eyd* %% IL1# a^s, #.0, and # 0
" - Southampton — 8.0
Portsea (Now'llalTwaj ftor)
**d«.40,p.es. ___
Sonlhtoa tu West Cowos-8.30a.rn., 11.20. 2.30. S.20*, and Ninths** to Southampton— 8.31 a.m., 1J.20,2.80,1.20•, and
W. Cowuto**wth#*»—IZtlam^, S.wY" -a.—
.OowmtoPwrtam'th—U.Mwa^3.:t —* -
1'orumouth to Ws*t Oowe*— amd W p.m.
• - - Southampton—8.2
LU. and 7.23 p.n
Tbe Vencore (MADAM Tuubi & Co..) have sgreed to take the whole of their interest In fully petd-up •bares of this ls*ue, and will assign over their leasos, fixtures, furniture, stock, and goodwill, asking no cash whatever for the aame, and apart from preliminary arrangements made for handsome and commodious premises In New Bond Street, and shops in Brighton, Scarborough, and other important towns, are included the leasee el premises secured on most favourable terms at KM, Regent Street, W., and Orat*,He Marin*, Ram agate (for retell purpose*) ; also th* leas as of tkslr extensive manufacturing warehouse* at West-bourns Park, capable of accommodating over 100 people. VENDORS WILLING TO BUBSCE1BB FOE 1000 KHmil The Vend ore are further willing to enbseribe for and take of tWs first Issue One Thousand Shams, thus giving practical proof of their thorough and undoubted mfldenc* In the suooeee of this undertaking.
OOHTEAOT.
.The only contact entered Into le dated the 12th day of February, 1878, and Is made betwosn Madame Therese aed Company of the on* part, and Cecil Pits-maorlce, as TnWee on behalf of this Compaov, of the other pa, whloli, together with the Msmorahdum and Artlclesrl Association,' may be inspected at th* tern* porary ofoe* of th* Company.
m Spalhampte*—7A KM a.**_ I 3.N
, SUNDAYS!
foothampton te W**t Cwweo-aaa ajm_ aad #.* p.g SouthamotoD to Iljdo—8.15 a.ui., and NjO p.oi.
) So=ths*a, Portemouth. and Portsea (Now
to West Cowos aad South-Southampton—S.45 and Souths** to West Oowee and Southampton—8.50 aun Rvde to West Cowes and Southampton—9.20 a.ra.,
miscellaneous matter of tho weekly
~j\TOVELETTE will contain a Separate Pago -L-' devoted to Wit and Humour.
"VTOVELETTE will contain a Separate Pago
s devoted to Fashion.
in ton—&40 a.m.. and t.
• W#*a Co was to Southampton—7.0.10.0 a.m., and 10 p
Cargo Boats fur the conveyance ol Heavy Loi Borws, Carriages, and Cattle, will laav*
dally, at about 9.W a.m.. and Cowes at ab (Sundays excepted).
N.B.—The Com nan j ehaudise eomveyod by cargo beats.
All heavy goods conveyed by Passenger Boats w charged at Is per owL; specie, glass, Ao.. at special n
SINGLE FARES.
South'ton to W. Oowes, v

—The Company will pay the pier dues upon all m
Hallway Pier—including
EEToiETICEKTE. " South ton to W. Oowes „ " Bout&ssa, Ports-' mouth, or Portaoa (nsw Ball way Pier) „
y">cr"°?£. u«. i'
"VTOVELETTE.— Every Thursday. One
-i-l Penny. To bo bad at all Newsagents and Railway Stations.
Post Free, Three-halfpence.
g London : P. LEACH, 8, Johnson's-court, Fleet-street,
HBALMII3TEBNGTn!l BNKEGTII PEPPER'S QUININE and IRON TONIC.
rPHERE is scarcely a disorder of tho body,
functional or organic, in which Quinine and Iron could not bo administered with good results. For intermittent fevers, as ague, low faver, and febrile symptom. In generel, nothing csn compare with IL . For proetras tion of strength consequent or, long illness or other causes, close confinement, sedentary occupations, and anything tending to Impoverish the vital guide aid under-mino tho constitution, Quinine and Iron Is admitted to be the only remedy.
t>EPPEK'S QDININE AND IKON
TONIC THOROUGHLY EKCBUIT8 AND EBRSTABLISHES THE GENERAL BODILY HEALTH.
If perseverd with Quinine and Iron will entirely banish the scrofulou* taint from the body. The ulceration* and abscesses, frequently of a painful character, sometimes sppearing in tlio glmds of the neck. In other forms as scurvy and obstinate iklo eruptions, Ac., wiB ultimately
SOOTWAMPTO* T«AMWAM OoMPAUT.—No ,00-lo/y wc feel is necessary to our readers for egiin dirwitog aumotioa to tbe claim* thW eaierpriee has on ibe public spirited inhabitants of our town. As a mere matter of general convenience, the company deserves all the support we can give it. As affording great facilities for dwekpio* :b* trrnle of the town (by enabling families who reside in the country to more easily mil our- commercial centres) it is of considerable importance to men of business. Then, too, number* of persons, whose daily avocations compel them to be la Southampton, mufler Ikom tbe peeoliaritlee of Ite climale, and to these to be. enabled at a small coat to sleep in the more bracing air of the suburbs, or even farther off. will be of distinct value. The ad-vant*Kem the "Trama" will o@er to the work-lug-classes are an especial argument in their fevhor, both on ihelr o*a mccoonf, mod the gam la Ihe community by Welng toil and trouble to the working bets of'thk M+e. '|-hew are poiute that will muggeat themeelvea on the meat cunory consideraton, and tbe arguments they afford are #o patent to all, that we need hardly dilate upon tbein. As an investment, the company's shares promise to be a very good thing. There is no reaaon why Southampton ahould be au exception to the experience aMordcd by other town*, and in those quoted in the company's prospectus Iramwaya pay very well Indeed. Tbua there I, every inducement to the public to aid the com-pany by Boding aomewbet of the aioewa of war. It would be hardly creditable to ourselves; in-d*ed would ahow a bad lulling off from the cuter, pilae and public gpirlt which formerly diatiu-guished our town, were we to be entirely indebted to strangers for conferring so valuable a boon upon tbe place. It would be. In tbe future, too, a aulyect of regret were our aupinc-nesa to allow strangers to secure so profitable a bualne** aa ibe "Tram" trufGe of tbe town seems very likely to be.
Supposing we went to war with Russia—or, to put it more correctly, supposing the ambitious greed of her Princes and Generals had compelled ua to figbt, we should, doubtless, have found that our commerce, waa abarply attacked, if only to makeadivcraion. Of courme, diplomatic cour-tesy has the strongest convictions that all neutral powers will be eager to do their duty; but aa Russia has ways and means of influencing officials that our people are either too honest or too stupid to practise, we may expect this neutrality will profit her more than ua. Thue. to cop; effectually with tire cruisers she might have sent procured to be *cnt—to aea, we ebould have to trust to our Navy maintaining the old predo-miuance. Of it* ability to do thi* we ahould have very little doubt were the "yards" out of the question; and were our senior officers the same stern old sea-kings who crushed all opponents in the last great war. Unhappily, the scientific craze has converted ton many excellent officers into second rate professors, admirably qualified as naval schoolmasters, but not exactly tbe men to emulate the deed* of Neboo and Cochrane, end tbeir bold comrade*. Still, in apite of all this scientific folly, we have plenty of proofr on tbe west coast of Africa and the eastern * seas, that the old spirit is still alive in the younger men, and among the warrant officers. In their ranks neither science nor gentility has yet done much mischief. We have every reason too, to believe mat tbe «ex are all they mhould be, and no doubt things afloat would soon come right. But belbre they came right we might very unpleasant incidents, mcatly due
yield to It* purifying influence._
pEPPER'd QUI* INK AND IBvN
TONIC combine* th*** powerful agent* in their highest state of efficiency, is chemically pore, unalterable hy keening or climate, not disagreeable to take, portable, always of a definite atrength.
Care mu*l bo taken when a*king for Pepper"* Quinine and Iron Tonio In the variou* chemist*'shop* that It and no other I* supplied, otherwise dlaappointmenl will result-^ Bottle* 4s 6d. lis, and stone jar* 22*.
TDEPfER'8 QUININE AND iron tub 8pirits and
Depression of spirits from any cause long continued •ajure* the health greatly, and many auffer in thi* way
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,1 It to order, but do not bo prevailed upon to iry any othei ( compound.
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It will be remembered that when that very respectable meeting at Geneva compelled us to pay tbe United State* more than jg3,000.000. Ihe money wa* voted by the Houae „fCommooa without any at tempt to evade payment. Nor, in-deed, through the country, as far a* we remember, waa there a hint ol&red that we ahould try to eecape oiy liabilliy by either bullying or abusing. Under the aame precious treaty the United btates has been condemned to pay Canada about 41,000,000 lor value received. The money being due to Canada for giving ihe United Statea' n*hermeutbe aame privilege* on her coaiia aa hef own people eojoy, aod the amount having been mettled by arbitrator*. Kelly ape-kine, the Uoiied Stales woold not have to pay *ny money at all. The amount having been fixed (no doubt dealgnedly) wmetbing under thcurulu, that remaine In their hand, of the Alabama money. The legitimate claims—any how those the btates choose to admit—not having consumed half tie three millions of. which we were defrauded at Geneva. Under these circumstances one would have imagined that the money would have been voted by tbe State* a* the mereat matter of cour*e. Nothing of the kind. The* United Statee Senate dbputed p*ymcnt with such a wealth of bad language that one would think, to read tbe apeecbca, John Bull bad beeik trying to pick their pocket—not they hi*. One ul the arbitrator* wa, alleged to have been grossly, partial to England ; the amount waa declared to be outrageously exorbitant. Their whole bearing in the transaction is that of mean people who will atick at nothing to avoid putting their hand. In their pocket,. The justice of tho transaction trouble, them very little, but the amount they have to pay afflicts therti a good deal. Of course it is not worth our while to allow the treaty to fall through on account of their stinginess. So we presume John Bull will compensate Cnad^ and the United Statee be allowed to keep It, dollar,. The total will not go far in whiskey among their thirsty politicians.
An Act of Parliament has lately come into force which we should hope will prove a powerful In-quietly extirpating that horrible 'oker Husband." Powers are now given to Justices of the Peace to decree a separation-not, of course, a divorce—in cases where a husband is demonstrated to be a brute, and they cuu abo require the ofXendcr to contribute so much a week to the support of his maltreated partner and their offspring—if offspring of their Ill-starred union there be. The shocking stories which appear with such disgusting frequency in the records of our police courts show how painfully necessary such a measure has become. It wUl be a great relief to decent people's feeling* if it proves efficacious in suppressing this horrid blot upon our social aystem. The wonder la how such an excellent measure was allowed to become law without incessant debates, an ocean of nnmeiniog enticism—and any quantity of worihjeas suggestions. But law it is—and is likely to remain until Mr. Gladstone is restored to power. He may seek to repeal It—with the
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