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Tr'„'[? .Yy.gji n/.s-^v/a/ Hai>aHOOT_. a?/,_ wr/ut-ie-ao vr-r-i;;.nrjoi ' :Infi SOUTHAMt*l'ON OliSERVKK AND WINCHESTER NBWS-SATURUAY. SEPTEMBER U. 1878.
Miscellaneous^
:TjOU8E5a»EB, COMPANION, OB
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Surgical Initrument*. and all *ort* of Cutlery ground and repaired on the premiaea
and 8a*' ,t<>ck °' Enlres, Steel*, Chopper*.
A treat quantity of H*ir, Cloth, and Tooth Bruilie*. Comb*, tc, ke.
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WHEREAS, on the night of the 25th of
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ELING. o« MO&DAY.
md alio for tupplying the Net with Flour, Bread, Meat, Grocery. Win ---- Cod. Elm 0*a* *
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tho 21 *t September in*L, accc if auch article* a* admit thereof. By order of the Board,
EDWARD COXNELL. Clark.
Spgthmmoto*. Tth SopWmh*. 1876.
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hytha2Mamd23M Vkt.
The appointed Agent to the Company Is now pro-pared to givee*timato*. aupply Inatrumente and materials and to contract for fixing lines, posts, and wire* required for the purpoee, and for keeping and maintaining the same in proper working order. The above boute* of buainee* being In telephonic connection with each other, a practical illuitration of the working of tbU method of Imtantaneon* communication li afforded at either place to all who deiire to *ati*fy themselve* a* to its efficiency a* well as II* utility In connecting maoiiona, * table*, lodge*, reaidencee, office*. Ac., or wherever caiy and —u-----J—c* between two dUtant point* i* a
lal Inspection I* invited.
Fajcgs FoaWAapjtD oi» ArmcATioa THE COMPANY CAOTIGNEall Am*, Mfrinda* the Patent that Immediate proceeding* will U taken againat them.

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Spraira. Qetmasv
PRICES, 1* 6d to 63* each.
A'o Ckargt for Contullaiioni.
Amcng the special advantages of the Magneticon
Their aioplicity and eal>ty. .
Their constant generation of electricity without the aid of Batter! ee. Metallic PI a tee. Chain Band*, or Acida. They require no preparation, give no ahocki. and cauae no *ore* ; and aa th* magnetic current fasaee readily through an Intervening garment they need not be worn next (be ikin.
Being made np In light tnaterul. they are ae com-fortable to wear as an ordinary garment.
Though more especially utefut in certain dlaaeee of disease, their gently invigorating influence upon the whole system cannot fall to be very beneficial to meet Invalid*, and to tboee who euffer from eny bod I y or orgaaio weakneaa. while their direct action upon the nervee render* them equally useful in many ca*e* which the ordinary remedie* f,«l to eilect.
Special Magneticon Appliancee are made for children, who are found to be peculiarly *urc*ptibl* to the invigorating influence of magnetism, rapecially when debili-by epidemic*, or manifesting a tendency to la-


the benefit derived from your magnetic appliaacca. When I
nrchaaed them from your agent on th* 16th of Jalv I was In, aay say with truth, a oyia* *«aL***le. awl had been ao for nearly a twelvemoMh. ^tlni/ora®. Thmaathree* ' paat waa uaabl* to walk, any diltanoe without feel! waa ebbing away—obliged to bkiflng diwn all day at vala Ufa appeared a harden to me till the lutb. Oe day had I worn the belt and lung invigorator. I couli lownstaiia to rar breakfast, and get about my do affairs a new bodied creature. I had an attack of i
u Southampton, and icaroely ever relieved.


»t a mod night ad a Rheumatic oa'.th Dear air
e efflcac/ of your Mageet o applianoei. ! vrely from Rhenmatiam In the right arm ant cnrwl the appliance* from your eatabli.h int-atreet. Loudon, io January laat. nm
a pain which (bo had h oi her mack, and fur whi recently her page has t>
otwithatandlag that 1 had t:
_ (MISS) ETUB
s. Fratton. 2Ind July iseof yoar Magnetlo,

back. 1 havo suffered fiom extreme debility and weak In the Spinal regioria. I waa Induced, through seeing ;
advcrtlacmcnts. to try one of your Msjrnectlcon Uelu.___
I am pleased to aay that the roault la perfectly satisfactory, as I am now, afu-r about a month's experleoee of It. able to move about without the difficulty mid pain 1 had hjthei experienced. You are at liberty make what uac you plea Of thla testimonial, aa I would wlah that others who •
KPILB1TIC Y
Ing oae of your Lung and Nerve Invlgorawra she hai entirely tnc. and her general health greatly Improv— . feel deeply grateful for your Msgneilcon appliance*, and shall be glad to^fire the moat undoubted personal testimony to any one whoi may *'^u,make JONES.
efflcacy of Your

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sufferer from rheumatism, coupled with neural; general debllltv. and was a short time beck Induce, the effect of one of yoar belts, and alao a longlnvl I must confess that I was rather sceptical on the su first, and my resolution met with considerable op
been better In every respect ever aloe-* I *■— »■ shall oontlnae to take every opportut
will bo forwarded post fro
T
1»»do*-48. Bsoiir-rrmirr, W.
Edis bckou—17 aod 8a, mattlara-mnt. Doau>-0. Low** 8ackviu.« rraatr. Cmmwmmrnam-ML Hwm grmamr. Gla*oow-2(, Goaooa-arMCT. sotmroar—4^ Batb-itw. Niwcxm*—*8i, Blacxitt itiir. Cajiada—Cau*on *T**«r, Toaona.
Por Special Adv*rtlo*m*nt, BEE THIS WEEE-a "TELEFHOYK"|
Pub ic Notices.
G1
COLUMBA' tnewais»mer) or* lO.N'A. from Glasgow dally, at 7 a.*., and from Uften'ck at 9 a.m., eonvejiag Psseerger* for the North end West Highlands. Ti ne Hills, with, map and Mmrwt fares, free by post, from David Hutcheeon and Co., 119, Hop* •treot. Glasgow.
"KrOVELETTE fZml * LIBRARY of
_Ll COMPLETE STORIES.
The Southampton Observer
Awl
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1878.
Tua INDIA A** Cxn*A Mail SaaTica. — Our friend* of the Maudlin Club have elsewhere commented on the fitet th«t the new P. and O. contract will probably terminate the Comp*ny'a connection with Southampton. As will be aeen by the following article (for which we are indebted to the TFeei'* New*) ibe official business of nbe Company will only commence in the Mediterranean, all the mail* being carried overland lo and from Drindiai. Thus the pns-aenger and cargo carrying service will, on this aide of Malta, be on line* quite distinct to those on which they carry the mails. If the Company continue (as we suppose they will) to carry goods and pasaengera to England it win ba under circumstance* quite different from thoie which have hitherto existed, and on which their system has been based. Says the Wttk't iVe«J* : —
All persons connected with India are deeply Into rested in the mail service, upotr the perfection of which depend* not only regular communication by Utter, bnt —a* the mail steamer* are pa*e#nger steamer*—the precision and comfort with which, to the largo number of passenger* who travel bv them, the voy*ge out to India and Home is made. The Penin*ul*rand Oriental Steam Navigation Company have *otne formidable rival* in steam communication with tho East; and the fact that tho mail contract will expire early in 1880 ba* led to * good deal of (peculation concerning the future— whether the India, China, and Australian line* of mail steamers would run a* heretofore, or whether some im-provemenU and n*w arrangements would be ettemptcd. On tho whole, the P. and O Company":


w«U, that, provided some ao sler sanctioned, we bsve never doubted tho re-
itauncod Imat week, tho com tract Ibe tho Imdl* mail service ha* been renewed by the Go-'ith^the P. snd O Company for eight year*
One of the principal modification! Is the abandonment of the South altogether. What the Posi Office
jectnral, but ail let!


greatly add to the importance of the Italian route W shall bear no more of the heavy mails via Southamj ton ; all will go on Friday ; and the concession of spee will ihorten the time taken in conveying tho mail m Briodiri, two and a half day* between London an Bombay, and throe and a hslf day* between London an Shanghai. Thi* will place India within eighteen daj on cession a* to lime thi despatches which h*» n, the saving in time wi
hitherto gone via 8onth*mpt<
be nine day* more We ass ____
adjustment of poatago rate*, so that the abandonment of th* Southampton route will not entail the loss of the ">-ca]l*d eheop rata. The rat** of poiimge to Imdia. though they have been modified, are *till excessive, and the opportunity will doubtless be taken to bring the charge* into aooard by reducing the amount now charged on letters and packet* which are conveyed via

reliant* and hanker


dia and Chin*
fy di*oue*ion it ha* been ab *ea find the Friday outward rr
ortemod. mad Loodoe
day, but it is obviousl of days before London ay of Bombay, would a lets convenient day I Calcutta. The intent! both lesre later and ai and O. Comj»nv has i
ntention ia that the i and arrive earlier in [ ha* deeeeved the o
5 find that the new
Oinekal Bex Butler, of evil reputation during the Confederate War of Independence, seems well inclined to place himself at the head of the Socialist party in the United States. To an un-rnpnlous man, no doubt the opportunity has



. ould call it, fame—
tvthing like succes* attends the efforts of his friends, the chance of plunder far beyond such ihSea as were picked up mt New Orleans. On the other hand, it will no doubt be a gain for nt people for the movement to be beaded by
self-seeking poiiti
Butler, rather thi coining to the front in Califc It is certainly worth while noticing hi constitution of the United States ha


desolated by waged to sett I ballot-box sho
that discussion and the ainly have been ahle to
ponsible for all those terrible calamities.— Well, the war was concluded by the ruin of the South. Slavery became pauperism ; State rich is
ry became pauperism; State rlghi woe wuflipled in the du*l, and according to i admirers the constitution ol the United Stat, would now work for ever as a harmonious mi chine, without let or hindrance. All futui iliffercnces of opinion would be settled a* becan freemen, by free discussion—and secret volin A comment mpon theae amiable anticipation, w, [urnished by the outbreak of last year, when
vsges dispute
which at least c
=V *
sacked, and dreadful outrages committed evil was stopt by the rifle, and order restored by sheer force. Socialism, or rather robbery, however, is still preached as a creed in more than one great centre of the Union, and the idle, the pro-fliga'e, and the impoverished, are eager listeners to doctrines which aasure them of their right to other peoples' property. When we add to this the noteworthy fact that the papers speak of a gang of tramp* 400 strong, a* the merest matter of coane. we certainly reaHee the Act that the institutions of the United States seem even more powerless in tbe'face of crime- and the helpless degraded poverty, which is little else than criminal—thsn are the laws of mooarchicbal Europe. Aa, in older Stalea, the rich seem very rich, the poor seenTvery poor, and the inequality of con-dmooklb* more marked there, me the eenetltu. as equal irony, to regard all men
„r t
Skwfws
SH&9B3&S
Ffmng tone ol the northern hemisphere. Tnua, under the moet favourable conditions, . .. « uncertain crop in
oar moet southern anirca; and, of course, the
northerly. go. the greater the diffienl-
-
HB MAGNBTIC BBVIEW . E«oid

of rising wages, is another recommendation.
there w no comieatmg the (act that k doe, J great deal of trouble. Much of course, of this
thmg Under the meellent rmle ofit,
old East India Company the wis* syatem w#. % werfen; as little a* pomibb. We eooleated car-
seireawith gtvlng them peace and order, and the,
left the natives to themselves. N'ow we try to rsm our notions of civilization down their throat, Md the eooeeqaeoc* h thai our mle hecom^ both expensive to I hem snd hsrraasing to our-salve*. We should do well (If the fates allow us) to return to the old-fashioned, jog-trot. In-alone policy that g*ve us wealth and India com. fort. As for all the nonsense about our mimw* end our " dntlee." the eooner we get nd of that pernicious trash the better for India and ourAelves. We have gained it, snd we mean to keep it, and the lem we allow the
a A Lies.—This itr-
The Lo«s or thi Pais
sympsthies of ail classes ol persons hsve any doubt but that the notice issued by the Mayor soliciting subscriptions on befall of the suflerers by this great disaster will be generously responded lo here. Subscriptions may be sent to the Mayor (A. L. McCalmont, E«q ). or to the various Hanks in the town, which have been a«ked by his Worship to receive them. All sums so subscribed will be forwarded to I he. Mansion House Fund, to which her 'Msjesty hss contri-buted one hundred guinea*, and the P. and 0 Company fifty. With the easmple of what w*, done during the Indian Famine here, we believe the generoaity of our townsmen will be equal to that displayed on any previous occasion. Darin" Thursday the Lord Mayor received the Prim': Minister's donation in the foilowing letter: -
rward to vour Konlahm IK« ...Wl .1—, [or

i* loss of relative* c

iiithampton to Bristol (,
i possible to get from tventy miles) in little w although, of course.
*c must congratulate ourselves upon living i ige when such triumphs over nature are ev lay occurrences. We hove heard that on « if the northern lines two hundred miles are omplished in the same space of time —but i simply incredible.
Sciekcb Lectcbss roa tub Psople —V to reler our reader* to our advertising c for lur.ber particulsrs of ihe excellent I shortly to he delivered here at the Hartley Institution in connection with the Gilchrist I '
tionsl Trust. The names of Dr. Carpentt.......
Proctor, and Professor Duncan, are a sufficient guarantee of how great an intellectual tr are about to be favoured with.
, Tnr L. and S W. f weak ending the 9th in*t compared with the oonw
ne mas fae rruoi.er, Argyll Rooms, took supper

"other place, shs seized
lor ten pounds, he went sirsight I* the police atawmd and brought back tjso constable*, whe too* the woman Into custody. In defence witne**ea were csllod who positively contrAilieted\the evidence on the other »i> The Jurs acquitted «ie Friaoiiei. and the Asalsiast
ronce-couri. ine gltl at, of other English girli, wer
t out in Italian c f *il great di«r
Ths Dtfendiii
Royal Highni








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