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THE SOUTHAMPTON OB3ERVBB ASP WINCHESTER NEWS—SATURDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1878.
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SOUTHAMPTON, ROMSEY. AND SALISBURY.
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• This train will run on the 2nd, 16th, and 30ih only

BOUTgAMPTOK.WINOHmsTER.ALmESrORD
A^^^DLOND'^"

loa of paid letters at wn deliveries ooiaroi No po»U«« staaipt i there la only on* i at 7 a-m. i and lei
a for offlatal lnqaUUa ai
aw aT? k^.'lljoLe
ire a»rvM after 10 p.m. illvery by letter carrir
CLOSIKO or TUB LETTER BOX. Above Bar .» ... 10." " "
Collie (wall boi) • 10. 0
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ALBION CONGREGATIONAL 0UUB0H ANNIVERSARY.
Dale dl*eour**d on the parable of tbe unjust *t*werd. re
tnech more baapy than U now la. Belllthne** »m th*
God for their riohee was more irenarally rscr>gnlssd than vet DOW tbe caw. one cardinal doctrine of Cbriefa tee chin* would be without tte Intended effect, ttotoebody had defined Soclallun aa being the doctrine " What la youre la mine";end Christianity ae " What ta mine la youre." Dot the doctrine taught by Cliriat with respect to pro-



laresly attended, w u». both of which wa
...........building wae well filled. The
ch-lr wae taken by II,e pastor of theohurch (the Rer 3. BL Driver). who wet aupported by Mr R. W. bale, M.A., the Reva II. II. Carliale, 8 D. Stribllng. H.O. Mackey, and K. J. Boon, Mr Darling, aanlor deacon, (4c. A hymn having been aung, prayer waa offered by (be Rat 8. B. Strihling. and then
The Chairman, who wae received with loud epplauie, briefly opened the meeting, and called upon
Mr A. Bkrllng, the aenlor deacon of the church, who pointed out the financlel poaltion of the church, remarking that they deal red Im meet by tbla a oj between three and four hundred po repair fund.—The Rev II, II. Carll

ana wae ioiiowcu uy
Mr Dale, who ws» receded with loud spnUuss, and who In the coureo of a aoulswh.t lengthy addfeae, eald np to the end of the 17th and 18th centuries Indepen-

i herd etrutrgle for
wae owing. In great meaaure, to the earnestness and
rigour with which a large number of congregational talnlatere in the IIrat quarter of tbe century preached the great trulhe of the eeengelical faith. Mr Dale then referred to tbe fact that In theee dare there were large nambcre of people who knew nothing of the great principle* of congregational polity, and who never heard anything about ihoee principle*, one reaeon for which, In hie opinion, wae the recugnited neceeaity on tbe part of tho paatora to preecb the gospel. To thll be blmaalf pleaded guilty. When he thought of the eot ol the congregation, of the bard finht of i to maintain the etruggle-whtn he found bow dirt faith, and ditant the upper heaven* were to i became of tbe cloud* and darkneea which turrou them, h* found it almott Impoaalbl* to preach i anything except tboie great central truth* which held In common by the (Catholic church all the world over. But. he proceeded to say there were *uch thingi ay congregational principle*, and NO year* ago men endured fire, Imnriaonment, andocoatlonaliy death, rather then eurrendcr ihoee principle*. Bat now people did not cmre eo much about them. They would go away Into 'be country and attend the church, and expect to be ex
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and they t O of lb* meant b»
ceedlng to conaider the principle* ol congregat England, three the policy of the churt
abouid be at eloaely aa j
apoetolic origin. From till* grew the conviction thi man wai not a Christian (imply becauie be wa* born I tbe parith; men became Chriitiana by their pereoni faith In tho Lord Je*ut Chrlit, and their persons! loyal!
they had a pertt began. he proceo reetH up«n the;
n them and Cbriit
ioned or a bl
(erianUiu r itian peoplt
People often aaid that
me. and nobody elie tball know anything about It. I want to enjoy fellowtblp with you. and you alone," would not the father have keen juetiba^in refuting him. and would not moat of the blessedness of the retorri have bean loet ? Independent* tometlmee carried out (he principle of individualitm a great deal to far, and Mr Dale concluded by exhorting them to work together more than ever in the labour of propagating their prlncl-" — "------" "— In three daye. when the re-
applauss).
The choir then eang, during the collect heavenly choir," Mitt " "
Sir J. B. Baselsy,

creUry to the church, presented i, (bowing th* loea and gain of •"•"""•r. uuriug »oo patt year. There had been (lie death*, bat the gain by tranafere an(l admlttiont waa of a very cheering character. Tbe collection* on Sunday amounted to over £42. and (hat Ju.t made £10 lie M. Theae amount*, together with £50 from Mr* Aldrldge of Tbroop, anJ the profit* of (he tea would make a total remit from the anniversary of £117 la 2d (loud ap-plau»e). They had not, therefore, quite cleared off their debt that evening, ae Mr Dale had propoeed. He then moved votee of thenkt (o all who had In any way aeaiaUd thq iucceaa of tho annlvertarj.-Mr Barling tecondo.1 tbe proportion, and aftir a few word* from the Chairman, It wa* carried with acclamation, t J J !'•' rb® WM ■**'" rifr received, acknow-I edged riie (hank* of tbe meeting, which was then cloeed with tbe Benediction.
CHURCH MISSIONARY
On Rurulay tpecial eermon* were | Rev. W. T. Sattianadhan, the mlnitter



BOCIETY.
iached by the ■
--------- —' held at the Victoria
Roomt on Monday evening, when Mr R. C. Hanklnaon
'• 0"en. Sill, and M. O. Proby,
i._B. Mayee and Wilkin, and Majo _
K. E. V.'igram having offered praye ptun waving been - ' '

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Krtion of icrlpturfgaylng been read by tbe Rev. A. adley, the Chairman explained that that wa* not an tnnivtrtary meeting, but through the klnd.iee* of the! leeretariee they bad u opportunity of hearing tbe *tal if th* work from one who, at one time wae himself a idolater. The rergentleman who would addrete them wi >nce In creed a* well a* race,* Hindoo,but for more than 2 rear* b»d been Ubooringin tbe service of tbeCburch Mk nonary Bociaty, and bad been stationed at Madrasdurln :be last fifteen years.—Tbe Re* W. T. Settlanadhan, wb •as attired Ina native costume, then pointed out hoi be gospel had epread In India, elnce Its foundatloi here at the beginning of tbe laatcentury, by ti
nhelonarie*. lie bad travelled all---
tnd Into the principal towns In Indii I'm mwt was the sight of the na
throughout tbi
the hartley council.
meeting of the Hartley Council
The Mayor (A. L. MoCalmont,
sfcSalmor
cohmOsicitioss.
Mr Shoe, read a letter from Mr K. O. Baesett, thanking the CoaakiL for liarlng re-elected him a Conttlto* tlonal m*mb«afc lb* Council.
pZJToZwtw. w.
accommodation in the Institution, end the committee
north wall of
i* committee, Mr Lei. it a* to tb* axUtence of of Mr Bullock
" h*ring been
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at bi:
ownership, and that the Corporation be asked to make a Veply to these communications. Several bills were re-
of tbe north will. Tbe committee Lad viewed the pro. perty. and, under all circumstance,, a, there wa* an un-
ma cLiuca asd urttmgj ortotrTM ' va* anH It mmm lovit* tbe bot
to rapport, his lordship
.gentlemen li.teretted in educaUon ccetion. Mr Shore applications for the


en to Alfred Marfieet for his success In hi* *iudie* at the Hart Iky.—General
for mathematics, and
aa
the Council.
one for language.,------- walIII
the subject further It wss thought that
T7VERY DESCEIPTION of PRINTING
/^O^AN'8 ELEOTau QULD POINT
\J RESERVOIR PENS, *peclaily adapted for quick and easy writing.
The Proprietor bss the pleasure of Introducing theae Pent to the notice of the Public as they embody a com. bination of improvements.
PKNjta* a great advantage over
icle and the i

leg in at lo.it 60 pi
id In fine Gold
E. HART & Co.'s DOMESTIC BAZAAE
WILL BE^ CLOSED ON MONDAY. The Whole of the Stock
MTTST BE CLEARED
EVERY ARTICLE WILL BE REDUCED IN PRICE!
Sale will Ee-Commence TUESDAY, Oct. 8th
EVERY PUMEASta Of TWENTY SHILLINGS wtd Upiwrd. WU1 be PRESENTED Darin* Aim
SALE with m VERY HANDSOME BET or TEA TRAYS,
Only daring this Sal*. THE BEST OPPORTUNITY
FOR PARTIES FURNISHING
That has orer been.
GO AND MAKE YOUR PURCHASES AT ONCE I
It is absolutely necessary that tho
WHOLE OP THE STOCK MUST BE CLEARED,
Utterly regardless of tho COST PRICES,
FOLDING BBDdTfi.lDS
MILL PUFF BED,
BOLSTER. 8TBOHG LWWN TICK. 4fl »W*. 6ft km*
WOOL MATTRESS,
Belgium Linen Tick (a very ■uperiorarticle) 4ft6in wldo.Ofttio leng
SPRING MATTRESSEST
warranted the very best quahties
SEVERAL HUNDRED
PAIM* ^ HBAVY W1MBY ULANKKTS, large tizte ......
LHAMBRA, MAR-
TONIO.
HPHERE is scarcely a disorder of tho body,
functional or organic, in which Quinine and Iron lit*. For inter brile eymptom-
mittent fevert, at, In general, nothlnt
ered with good n an compare with It.^
m tary occupation*, and any-
DEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON 55 -
TDEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON TOHXO acmoFULA.
If perveverd with Quinine and Iron will entirely banish the scrofulous taint from tbe body. The ulceration, and abscesses, frequently of a painful character, aomttimes appearing in tbe gUnds of tbe neck. In other forms as scurvy and obstinate skin eruptions, Ac., will ultimately yield (o Its purifying influence.
TDEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON
., . TONIO combine* thc*e powerful agente in their highest state of efficiency, Is chemically pure, unalterabli by keeping or climate, not disegreeable to take, eaall, portable, always of a definite strength.
Care must be taken when asking for Pepper's Qulnim
| other it tupplied, other* lult. Bottles 4s 6d. lis, and
PEPPER'S QDININE AND IRON TUE """" AM
irtsiion of spirits from any causa long continued * th* health greatly, and many suffer in this way int of a proper remedy.
the low nervous headache, commonly attendan on depression, especially If from mental —n. Quinine and Iron Tonic will be found most i... invigoratet the entire system, and speedily dltai


sations of a
lolic character.
illed all over 'the cou " Christians
' 7"4 >" .
let* than 300.000 in connection with all tb« try societies labouring In the oountry. Th, Presidency con(aln*d 100 clergymen connected y** of the Church of England. The naiivj cnurcn of Tlnnevelly had becom* strong and In-flusntial, and he hoped In a few year* would beoomi self-supporting and self-governing (applause). The young men of Madrae bad opportunities for rtoalving »*ry high *ducation In Kngllab, and tbla education bad Uk*naw*y th*ir faith In their old rallgtoo—tbat the earth rested on different animals, the oootequsnc* was tbst many of thsm were Freethinker*. II* poke of tbr ehangee produced by the goepel and the power glvti thereby to witbitand temptation, mentioning casaa »hsre native* of great wealth and high aaaociatloni lost ill their poes«**loo* and aatoclatioo* through embracing ,brtttianlty, and urged bl* hearer* to greater Interest In be goepel, and to prodaos Its sUII greater simulation In IndU. A hymn and the Bsnedietloa, pronounced by the Key A. Bradley, closed the meeting. —Another meeting wae b*|d on Tueeday afternoon, when the Bey. W.-T Sattianadbtn gave an address, speaking of the labours of his wlfs. who has under bsr control tour public school*, ib*ring about 430 children, besides otbw work of a

t*—G. may.es, «l. Bridge
Street, Soatkamploe.

i.-O. Bayaer, tl Bridge.
DEPPER'8 QUININE AND IRON
Taken a few mlnutee before raeal time the tonio effect on the coats of tbe etomach Is such that an Immsdlats desire for eating Is created. A». (he tame time the digeetlve faculty l* aroused, snd performs Its functions in elaborating the food, thus preventing, the usual dls tressing symptoms of flatutwc*. piln kPthe chest, and " irally known Indigestioo. ..

PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON
prutActloo be sure the nmme, address, and trsds mark of
it to order, but do not he prevailed upon Wiry any other compound.
Bent for Stamp* or Post-Office- Order.
A I
8BILLE3, and other WHITE CUUMTK&PANlOI-a apemAd eh#k#
DINIAG-ROOM SUITES,
Upholstered in Superior Boan Cloth. The complete suite ......
DINING-ROOM SUITES,
Solid Mahogany Frames, Upholstered in real Morocco Leather. Slightly eoiled ...........
CARPETS I CARPETS I I
FI V E
BBUBSBL. for Dining Hoomi
rpAPESTRY CARPETS, A X great choice, vsry superior qualities............... Is lljd ysrd
TT IDDERMINSTER A&L CARPETS, a vsry strong artlcls, Krsat (selection of pitterni ; one yard wide ........... Is 9&d yard
ROCK DYE FELT All CARPETS. A splendid choice ; From suitable for any room ......... l^td vard
HUTCH KIDDER- XJ M INST KB CABPBT8, an extra strong articls, 1 yard wide
A LL WOOL KIDDER-^1. MINBTKB STAEB CABPBT, 60 patterns to select from ..... lljd yard
T\UTOH KIDDER XJ MINSTER SfAlB CARPET.
A VARIETY OF FELT XJl CARPETS, ready made, with borders, a great selection of patterns to (It any sixs room .........
A THOUSAND HEARTH I _£JL BOOS. A varisty of pattsrns and colours, an extra strong article ... At 3s lid each
TpEAL AKMINSTER il HEARTH RU08,extra largesises From Us lid
agnetism i health.
M
WETTON & Co.,
1 >>,'
EDGAR WETTON'S
'=7 D18BA3B.
Hysteria, Keyalpetms. Pualytlt. Intllg tUoa. Ioclplant Oon-tumptinn. Lo»t >-f AppttiU, Brooobiilt. MoreT roct, Oata-aeoetDtaeaa-1, lleadach*. PlenrUy, Croup, Tuainart, Oon-lUyauon. Defuses, Wakefulneaa, Bpioal Debility, Ague, Bpraint, Qulnaey.
No Charg* fur . Cvmultaliovi.
Among (be special advantages of the Magnstlcon Appliances are: —
Thsir simplicity and eafety.
Their contunt generation of electrldly without tbe aid of Batteries, Meullie Plates, Chain Uamls, or Acids. They require nu preparation, give no shocks, and cause no sorss ; and aa the magnetic current pasass readily through an Intervening garment they need not be w< nest tbe skin.
Bsing mads up In light material, thsr are as co f of table to wear as an ordinary garment.
Though more especially uteful in certain classes dilsase, their gently invigorating Influence upon I whole *y*tem cannot fall to be very beneficial to m Invalid*, and to tboee who suffer from any bod I y . organic weakness, while their direct action upon the
raSTSLTft .ffte
cipient consumption.
TESTIMONIALS FBuM SOUTHAMPTON.
f Mr Jetton's Usgnetic Applianect I
ind have derived Ir
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ffli::!u£r
KOBE and KOGEBS.
PORK DEALBKS, AND SADSAQK-
MAKf.HH, ETC.. '
31, CANAL WALK, SOUTHAMPTON
p».«rrr,'wwrrH1»,
R. N . B U X E Y
1, VnA»DAn Tiaasca, Lowca Casal Wau tkiOTHAMrroa,
T) EOS to return hor aincoro thanks to the
BACK-OF-TnB-WALLS.'^KAH DRID0R STREET Orders by post will receive immediate attention.
Messrs. maber and parkk.i
b**ing »*«•• Arrangements with one of
Light Clarets, pure Bordeaui
AGENTS FOR MASS k Co.'a PALP. ALE.
Driver, Jennings, and Capper,
SOUTHAMPTON. '
TMPORTERS OP TIMBER, DEALS, JL 8pars, &c.
PmparndFLOOKiaO. gKimTIMS, and ZOULD
power of your llagnetlcoo Appliance, having ' ^ or ait upright. After trying many re me,
nctleon Belt. After wearing It tbr ana after a fortnight I could wi with eate, which I bare not ilom l ean with certainty recommend
_cilAsJ. DYKB.
Southampton, Augntt 8th, 187*.





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.bbl", .-"j-obUlrrf
tor- za
p.,-. uL .SSiss,
doctor 10 boulbampton, and tcaroely ever reiie»od.
haro obtained very gre-t beucflt. and th»U hav. much plta-aare In rrcomm.nding the apiilltroee to any of my friends.
Dear Sir,—I wsnt ■
Southampton, Jan«2ltt. 1878. loard yen Irctaro when you came i

night's rest, and I am happy to tay I hi_____
t'rior to u.log tho Belt sod Gloves I sufferec h»» ,of •p|rtw(i _ BUAULEY. Captain.
?£ISS.
JOHN WILLIAM SI1ADDICK. PAUALYdlB.

Mrs Kennedy Kdwanla
DBAMM AMD W*T*ag PAIN M ggCK ######
by the uae of a dpina Band. In each a . . , ■ NERVOUS DKBILITY.


o length and site hard woods.
Cement, Drain Pipes
AN ACROSTIC WORTHY OF NOTICE.
Q.OOD TABLE CCTLERY. glGHLT POLISHED SCISSORS. gUPEBIOB POCKET A PEN KNIVES. jJNQUESTIONABLY GOOD RAZORS rj^iOOTH BRUSHES AND COMBS. fJlWEEZERS IN GREAT VARIETY. QYSTER KNIVES. j^UT CRACKERS, Ac.
Butchers' Knives, Choppers, snd Steels, of all sorts and sixes. Surgical Instruments of all kinds. Cutlery Uround and Polished by 0. H. SUTTON, BERNAKD-
P WIOgT.v*adODTHAMPTON #C JBmKA.
...........
On and alter October lit, 1878, and until further
W./P™., ,1 om* (OABOO). ILL (tido and weather permttting) ran betweem the ROYAL PlKg, BOUTU
as felloes (XUllway time oba«rvod). but-the eoonjstiea between the ttawnpacketa *nd train: It not gaaranlemi Southampton to West Cowee—ttJO, 11.10 ajn., 10. HI" Southampton to B/do—8J0, 1L10 a.n., 2.0, and ISi' Southampton toSoutht<«—11.10a.m., 3 0. andl&J* pm. Bouth'ton to For*Jimouth—11.10a.m.. 2.». aad 3.55' p tn. Southampton to Portsea (New Uallway Pier)—«.». 11.lit P1,r) to Wa.t Cowes —8.0 turn. Railway Plsr) to Southampton — 8.0 a.a. o T^ett' Cowse—8.20 a.m^ 12.15, 2.0, and 4 «t m ' 8oath*aPton-fl-a0 12-15. *•». sm4 _ SoutSuea to Wset Cowes-8.S0a.rn., 11.20. 2.30. and *j*f bouthaea to Boutham >ton—8JD a.m., 11.30,2.80, and i.?:t
foMasaTKw
loiufflouu m> Weat Go Bouthaea to Weat Cowes i Uyd'ew Wsst Cowes ai
au^aya exempted).
id Bouthamptor aad Southampton—S.fc id Southampton—5.10
T3EPPERS QCININE AND IRON
There are many derangements traceable to disorganisa-
tion of tbe nervous sys
In a notice of this chat_____ __.
prominent and demand attsntlon.
Neuralgia, a name for a hundi and from wbkh thousands s
I red phssee of suffering, literally nervous pain ; and although' /xUfwtfrem^S'v.J
S.SS3SS
SHS
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" iflaencss tbe drcolsUoei of tbUjhifckA anner by eliminating all ImpuffQeeand that obstruct lie free transmission through
of th* chtsks and llpe, aad other appearances.
THE WHOLE OF TEE STOCK OF
IRONMONGERY, CDTLEUY,
CHINA, GLASS,
Earthenware, Fancy Goods, &c.,
WILL BK,fOLD UNDEE THE COST PRICES DURING THIS SALE.
NOTB TUB HAMB AND ADDBB8B : —
E. HART & Co.'s
NOTED CHEAP
DOMESTIC BAZAAR,
} ?. 8. & 9, IS Rl 1D"G-E STREETV
southampton.

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