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: OBSRRyglt AW» WINCHESTER KEWS-SA.TLf RbA.Y. OCTOBER 1*. *6T8.
BAIbWAr TIME TA.BLB.

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» Bovtham'pton WoaL

SOUTHAMPTON TOWN COUNCIL.
(oil pi the Town Cowtefl ni iiM at 0>*
k.&iHHii ss£H
J.P., and J. 0. Parioeoter.
witch* tBin»inn ""'TT^V -
»niion wBa received from MrT. W. Show, •etrttary to th» Hartley Institution. atatfag that "u tn* tracted to romlnd th* Coone.l of m commaiiientioo on tl.to gabfe* *We& wae add retted
'IS.

Noyember 1875, and from which they bed no ftpjr. 11 fUUd that otrUin act* of Ireeraee «" •»"' foln* °"-and that ah* Hartley Council Win* only th.adm.nbtt.-tivee of tbo Inwltate. could not exerciee the right ol

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• Dotk~itattoo, 6 WaatBnd. or Dlecbyuden aiau.n. SOUTHAMPTON, BOMSRY. AN 1^ SALISBURY.
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Suxpara. 8 #0P 9 M 10 6
11 40r 1? 14 12 60
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7Mp 8 9 8 43
It 40r 11 60 12 40
9 o0r 10 15 10 64
HnaOi'too Boothlo
B8XrT5ANPTOM,WINCHEHTER. ALECEPORD,
ALTON, AflD LONDUN.

10 45 11 12
uihampfon and Netley H«
8 W 10 M


and Krdbridge and

MA(,!iKTI—HEALTiI-
from Portimi great hard*hlp

^7Zr6eecoad21li# »dop'fon of lb. 1report and wAth^ Prlaon.' Bill ap»»ar*d'' — " "
potaeaaion of the i Clerk Informed ll
bb rnorcs*D roue The Town Clerk read
M th.^.boT.
Playford ici i.r trade ehu«ld thii
inj.ry that would be dona to her trade abuald thie pro-poeed public convenience be erected aa propoeed in th. [aneTnear where ehe oamad 00 li.r buuueu. The latter. >m referred to committee.
TO a aoottunrTorf nuiwm ___ . Ptrkin. t»id the report at (lie .Committee on certain .Iterationa u( wdingi nf the tramwayi being of he utmoet Importance, be appealed 1,
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^S^ma'to anop* the fuOewimg meammaodaUana
a. Angleeea-nlaee 1
of toe commute*.
»»»'»»• mtW#d«*. ^
pairteg plaje ehonid be rod need to the
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sirs
Mr Laokctcr .tattd that though be had not o«da»j brought under the notice of the Director* the .abject of the renewal of the pitcher* from the old eab etand. and replacing them at the point, eeleeted for th. new eab aland..
yet he had brought the matter before the Individual &
mil >n. the fnglneer to the Company, having Informed the _ . ^----------------ler tW Mantate would he -
rr.K,fwT£
it
before the work, on eltf.er *lde of tUe Margate be com-mencrd lomeapccUl arrangement bem.de for diverting the tr*a* Wmm Hanorcr.bulldlng.and AJl Ualnt*. churoh. to Ik, a.lWaciWn of the Committee.
—Mr 0. Perking In moving th. adoption of tfcU report, explained the neceeaiiy for having a»ked th. Council to take thii queition Brat, lie alto explained the variout item, contained in the report, adding that the Tramway Oomp.ny bad agreed to carry with a# little inconvenience to the pi pouible.—Mr 3. 8. Pearce eooeedod the report.—Mr 11. O. Bunlop objected to th poi.d opposite th. Railway T.rm!nu«, a. they did n know what'/er th
next eight or nme year, nftee thai He mated the committee'* report ww#ld te adapted.—After • ihort dUeeeifisn', the rei«o*t wae adopted. •
Mr
JeJRcie. lb. borough treawrer, had rabmltted a report to them .tatiog that he bad checked .no vtampe or caet Mr BdHdge a book* for tb«la*t fo«r month*, though be had repeatedly written to Mr Kklj-idge 00 the eubject. nor had he recaived any certificate* of ooeta (jwtioef clerk'* and cl*rk of the peace * fee.) ainoe the commencement of January. 1878. and It wa* therefore l.„poeeiMe for hits to do a. the Plnanc* Committee wiehed m the matter. The committee thereupon imtrusted theTown Clerk to forw.nl a oopy of the report to Mr Kdndge, and re^ueet hie immediate atwntio» to the matter, ia order to prevent afi appeal being made to the Secretary of State. At a further meeting of the oommitt.. a let** wa* received from Mr Eldridge. in roplf to U>e Town Clerk'*lettor, "Uting that hi. ton, who attended to the fee book, would be unable t» attend tb.t meeting of the Finance Committee. Al a euWauMt meeting Mr Eld ridge, jun, alien?.?, anf eubmitted the fee boOk. Iroin which it appeared tb.1 *K« 1W' wtry m#de in It w.* on the 18th July, 1873. and that the law time the ■nagUirate. had atgned the boek was on the 28th June. Mr Hldndge promiwd to g«t the book made «p ia a few daj*. *nd he wa. r#que#*d to euhudt the aama to the borvogh treawrer tor. examination, with a cheque to. balance the a«couni.—Mr LeJeovre., in mavipg- the adootion of ib* report, tald the commute* Mottdered that \ arrired when it w«* thdr ddtf 61 report thU the Home Secretary. He pointed o&t that htn the Jmiloee* Clerk.' Act came into coeval
the time liad arrii queition to the wh«n the Jottloei the l*t of April, the Miopliel etatnpe believing all would go well, arid he migt

r Bfdtidg*.
of £71 Lh«d.been given to Mr. EJdrid**. oat ol that ran ooly^cm had been received, and not thai until after repeat*) application, had been m.de to himv On the 23tli of September they •aw tiie magiitrate*' fee book, but no entry had bi
Octobet". Mr Bldridt. had paid to tW tmenrer £146, and now owed the Corporatism £502 It wa* isoat painful for him to hav* 11> etale theoey fa*u; Vit it might he their duty to appeol to a high* authority. Th«v had aeked for the book, to be written up; but In-etead all ihey 000Id set wa. a piece of peper with a memoranda oi of each dey * proceeding., therefore they could do no lew than adopt th. Committee', report. It wa, moet painful and be w * very *orrv be wa* comp-lled to bring ihe matter befoie the Council.—Mr W. PerWn* Mconded the adoption of the report —Mr 8. 8 Pearce wa* of opinion that it wae time tbi* qae*tion wae eettlod. a* it wa* new *ix month* alnct thie neW law had been in force. . He wa* afraid there would never be any tatia factory eolullno of the caw until they had K>meon< placed at the Police-court to imi Mam pa. The J uiiioee Clerk * Mlary had been flxed at £940 a year, and hi thought that a man with £20 a weak ought to keep hi* book* wall potted. . He trailed the day wa* not * far off when they ebould, have a etlpendary mi Irate.—Alderman Pawenfer ioquir.d if any *alary bean paid Mr Eldridgt—The Mayor: Wo; and n will be paid to Mr Bldridge until he baa eent up to the Secretary of State the average of bio fee* for Ihe pwt Ore yeart—Alderman Paiaenger Mid that being *o. he
thought ther *hould go at once to the —---»
and *ute the whole of the facta of tbi Alderman McCalmont aald It appeared t their duty to go at once to the Secretary of State and inform him.that their clerk owed them £502 for .tamp*, and .imply lay the cat* before the Secretary of State.*— Mr H. Bunlop, a* one of the Pinance Committee, fully concurred in what had been done-; etili. he (rutted eon would be made by the mtgntrata* so tbi ht be done to a gentleman who had bean 1 »ervice. — Mr Purbar aald when tl ime into force it wa& gen
for farther coniiderallt
^3%
GENERAL POST OFFICE.
High Stmt, oppoeiM the Audit Ho«m.
w o(5cW inspirit.
Th. Po*t Illgh-at
ofic« clue*, at 10 a m
it 7 a.a.. UJ0«,
ire delivered at •all public buaii 0 half-an-hoor before
CoUe^e (wall box) 10.0 a.
:= :K;:
BUchyn^en (box)... 11.15 an
ortham road #gpn Oaalow-roed. New-
E E EM::
Protpoet-place ._ IP 5 a t


Taaovr Arrccnora a*d Hotxuixs*.—AJl tuOerine from

cheoiat and get a bottle of Mai


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ddiarvh.,, «hjth*r
SiSWSf-
Oxford-itnet.
''itcoT.ar roa r*a H111.-U

k«dl«ayreeahU hair oa ImU tptt wWre tKe flandj are "not deea
#ahw Mataheeamd tlMe et the

iuld be w*ll poetponed f<
cepted by Mr
ited the Council would n vote on tbi* que*tlon mft.r the great trouble the com mittee liad taken and the consideration giren to ti.e lubjoct.— Mr S. S. Peorco remarked that the alterationi were to detirablo he wat turprited It had been met by an amondm.nt, th. moro ao m the aiding propoaed »u much moro eonvenlent. anl be truited it would be adopted. —Mr Cleveland pointed out that had the origin.l plan been adopted It would have cauted a complete block" to the approach to Oueen'e terrace. By the alU-ratloni propoeed it would efforl much greater accommodation to perion* going to the railway ttatlon than having to be taken teveral yard* furtliar on.—Alderman A*l.tt etid were the *iding placed oppoeite the railway entrance it might bo tb* meaoa of preventing carriage* driving up to the *lation, and for that re.eon alone b* thought that part of the report ahould be pwlponed for further coniideratlon.—Mr Tboma* obeerved that


•houhl in cow
mce vot« against the
r*. Aalalt. Darii.l«o P*u
Luigley, Dartmll. Cooper. Thomae. 1 J one*, Lomer, Bartlett, R. Drive
r the^an^nd-
BKMOTAL OF OAB ST15M K Mr 0. Perkin*. in moving f the report relating 1

_____________removal would be a great relief
the Uigb-atreet, and add greatly to It* beauty. ] then explained where It w.t propoted the cab. ahoull placed. The one oppoiitc Holy Rood Cburet would bo placed up St. Mkhael'i^treel. by the tide of the bank, and bo quit* at ccf »enlent at where It now etood. The expente of removuKc the tUndi. In the thape of pav#-
m*nt. would be---•* —' k~" ^ " n ""
—Alderman. Pi


icconded the adoption 1 anubt it a wiia tiling to ^
Chapel, and by removing
cab eland* they woul ---------
on the inhabitant* of the Utgh-itreei. Should
of the** tram way i. By thii propoial they wot remove two of the beat add moat convenient cAb itan In th* town — one Above and the other Below B, What, ha would atk. mould be tlie uie of a c •tend at th* bottom of Hanovtf-buildmgt! ThU w a moat terioni matter in regird to the two *und* had mentioned- He therefore moved a* an amandmei
jwthor
it be referred back foi

. . _ :ent. believing
great deal of force lo Mr Purber'i
ind MrO. Parkin
loval of tbeao two,cab ttandt —Afti _ ....________Jrom M.nrt Ailatt. CI*valand, ao
and there votod for It,7—Meeir-. Purber, Pearce. Jobne.
(eMBKuBNUIMaS! iHSSESSS®
—The amendment being loot, the report wa* adopU on a revertal Of the *oto*.
BE-ATPOISTMB3T Of DB 068JM AS OfJlCgB OF ,
Mr Lungley. th» report wa4 nnanlmotuly adopU^ with-
ssasBss.

to the maginrate'i
clerk 'mU the
ilao thought It the duty of the
>uld like to knew the amoi i Utued to Mr Bldridge. Di of the |Council to tee that
Mi
WETTON * Co.,
EDGAR WETTON'S
PATENT MAOiTETlO BELTS. LONG INVTOO-EAT0E3, SPINE BANDS. CHEST PROTECTORS. KNEE CAPS, WRISTLBTi. ANKLETS, PADS,
PRICTION GLOVES, Ac., An], for the CORE. RELIEF, a.ID PREVENTION OF DISEASE.
....."
itisstes'

5
Jfo CWye for Contahntiims.
the epecial ad.aotagea of the Magnetlco'n
>f Bettoriee. Metallic Platee, Chain I They require no preparation, give no ehoeke. and ct noeoree ; and a* (he magaetlo current paatee roe (broiigb an inlerveaing garment they need not b* w next the ikln. irwd t->. • >
Being made op in light material, they are ae e for table to wear at an ordinary garmen



diteate, their g*ntly invigorating inflaence vu-on the whole *y«t«m cannot fail to be very bettrSciel to mort invalidt, and to tboea who tnffer from any be-l?y or
organic weakneea. wl-------
irvee render* tl.e® equally m io ordinary rtmediae f«il to effect. Special Magnaticoo AppUai
_____________ for ehUdi
be peculiarly euaceftible to the li gorating influence of magnetiim, rtpeciaBy when d*l tated by •pldemic*, or minlfeefing a tendency to fh-ciplent ccneumption. . v
GREAT SA.LE
' ' At
E. HART & Co/8 DOMESTIC. BAZAAE
ON
MONDAY, Oct; 14th,
And during the Week. The Whole of the Stock
MUST BE CLEARED
ITBRY ARTICLE .WILL BE REDUCED. IN PRICE!
EVERT PURCHASER Of TWENTY SHILLINGS mnd Upwmnlm Will be PRESENTED DoHmg th!.
, *ALE wUk HANDSOME BETo? TEA TRAYS,
Only during this Sale. THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR PARTIES FURNfSHING
That has ever been.
GO AND MAKE TOUR PUBCHASES AT ONCE I
It i« absolutely neccssarv that the
WHOLE OP THE STOOK MUST BE CLEABBD.
Utterly regardless of the,COST PRICES.
tame, no imprurra naa my nranu nt-nin woannK
already received from the nae of Vour admirable Invent
'• Mageetkoo every »'
BUMUHATlSlt.
fllr.—1 have much pica, a re in teatlfjing to tho curative power of your Magnet Icon Appliance*, having (offered In my knee, and If*.-could *«*r*etv welk or go op acd down aulra without ureal pain. Meeting with an accident, and
After trying n Belt.'After weaHoc Ittbree fter a for might 1 could walk we. which I have not done I

To Mr KJgar V
To Mr Wetton, lit. Hlgl
13. Ikekitone-lane. South, -I know not how to i the benefit derived from your ma purchjued them from your agent i I may aaj with truth, a oyiu* w. for nearly a twelvemonth, get tin; peat w*. u a able W walk any d' wat eOMmg away—obllg»d to be 1
DTK*.
nptoa, Augnit 8tk, t8TJ. lank Oid and yonreelf for netic appliauoea. .Whan I i the loth of iulv 1 waa in.

I. belt and king I
taccount wa. nt of tUmp. alto thought
and he thoul
be glad If tome err ibviate any extreme n errant.—Mr Lefeuvr


:ould not get it. "After ytjMjo they got the book,
again** an old
once a fortnight, but they repeated application* a few d and found ll had not been
Mr Bldridge had only to give the average of hit fi____
the pa*t five year*, and th*n the Home Secretary woold tay whether he wa* entitled to a (alary of £960 a year or not, but Mr Bldridge had no right to retain one penny of the Corporation money. They bad not had Mr. Bldridge'* return *>nre January, 1876. of tbe f*ee belonging to the Clerk of the Peace (Mr Coxwell). and when they were laid before the Home Secretary he wa* afraid bo would tay that they wi ......

brough neglect.—The report
ided. the adoptiot which wa* adopted without comment.
AOOtDBST 0* TBI ice Committee reported that Binjdmin Lirina tlied to them for *ome compel* ,tmn by reaton recent accident, when be wa* employed in firing i tbe Platform. The Committee were of opinion 9 matter (bould be left to the decition of tlx thout prejudice. — Mr. Le Fi

of the funeral of the Living had lo*t one t away. The Com-
late Right Hon. Huttell Oi eye. and bad A thumb blown away.
mittee could not in a legal tnann . __
hlng. but they would be pleated if the Council could tee their w.y to do tometbing for him, and they left the matter in their handt —Mr. 8. 6. Pearce eaid Mr. Living bad been well known to them all for many yeirt, and he thought It would be beet for the Corporation to find him tome light employment.—The Mayor : He wont take It.—Mr. Pearce : Oh ! very well. He propoeed that they give him tho *um of £25 M * gratuity for the injuriee he had received".—Tbi* Wat tecondod by Mr. Dunlop, who aaid he bad known Living at a r**poctable Inhabitant of the town for many year*. —Alderman Paateoger had no objection, if the Council bad power to do eo. — Mr. Purber wa* of the (ami opinion, and tbe resolution wa* un.nlmootly adopted, Mr. Le P«urr* «xpre»*ing hi* plea*ure at what had be, donel—The Council then broke up.
Ilotxow «r'» Pill*.—The Abeate* common to our el-----
and .ndanpriog man', phjiloal condition wiU alway* «xl»t. though many may bo miugVol aad their effect, remo' "
effective Purifier of th. blood, the moat certain regulator of dliordwed organ., and th. meat Inn^oeat aperient that earn
tntculfy the good rat alia which low (roa .perfect purity aad regularity. , ...
Camo*.—Meter*. BeckiU an* Soot hem to caution the

.ypwaboariag thair , {J* g»*J**., trial
lu botU« at 7K-ud 1. I*d ot moat___________
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L. ,________
fetter Writer," la.-C. Bayner; gl, Bridg^tmt --------- Bon*." (eattornado), 1*—C. Bajmr
• Gardening Book." la—C. Baynari tl. Bridge-Be#e.YM eg BwWq—Bridge-
P.U.—I have had a
J—^*tF.*etio. »D#^amoee—W ret tor, I make life enjovanle. health.
tar nr. youra with .railt ide,
XLIZABKTH CUD HiIIKB.
i to try joux Mayoet ' gre-t beorflt, and aha
aad a good algbftf lad a Bbeumatio pa beaZth Dear air. r,
ever had on. might"* reeL I bought and wore It round my bead, and I aad I am harpy to tay I hare not soe. aow over a month ego. X*** aid I feci much bettor lnmj geAral e at liberty to oublnh thii. hoping

wa. auferlag eeverely i:c#t KheumatUm Jn the right arm ar knee, and I procured the appliance, from your eatablUl
follow my employment with oomtortand oonveniaaoe.
...—.&
T. », "«■
Sir.—It gtrea me great piaaaure In toUing you of tl .benefit I bare received from wearing #ne of your llagueticc Delta. I have be«n a .offerer from KbeumatIc Oout lu ■ parte ot my body, etpeeially In ray hand*, kneca. and leg*
JAMES LAMBUTU.
9 than taliadcd If 1 com

wtlcon Belt, for nearly two y, igony from lndlgcUon aud inc.
arts incurable. I wa. Induced to
WILLIAM SUADU1CK.
d-on-Aron. Ub Oct.. me. ire 1 write to inform you i _ from )our M»c-

To Mr EdgJTnStoL?"' JO°n BEEVES.
14». Ulgh-ttrcet. _ > _. . •
DEAF5E?B AND SEVERE PAIS IX BECK.
Tremataa OotMge. South.ea. Jaly 1^, 1878 Margaret Ladr Jadkin Fittgereld !• glad to add her teeti-
und great relief In one week. .
Pamphlet, ccntaioing a large number of T.etlmonlalt and Beferencee, may be obtained grati* on appllcaUoo, or will bo forwarded pott free, - -
"WETTON SOUTHAMPTON—149, H10 H-STREET-Losifeg-i3, Rtagar-nxgrr. W.
CabaBa—CHtnton-«T*hmt^ Toaowou 8BB TH;3H''^TELKni0JfL"
B-^w;,£sr.us^ri7.,£iiKU
UU"L »ic« iizruca w
QOLID IRON PRENOH BmDSTm&DB, 4ft&n#U#, 8ft long ... ... ...... From 10* lid
QOLID IRON ORNA- O MBNTED HALF-TESTBB BBDSTBAD8. 4ft 6in wide, Oft long... EX
QTRONG SOLID IRON Q FOLDING BEDSTEADS ... 4.M
T71 BATHER BEDS, Linen JL Tick*, ift Sin wid*, 6ft 4in long From £1 10* Cd
1\T ILL PUFF BED, 1X1 BpLSTEKaaJ STRONG UNEN TIOK. 4fl *Mo. W: kag
VETOOL MATTRESS, T Y Belgium Linen Tick (a very *u pari or article) 4ftfiin wid*. 6ft4m leng T4*XXd
CPRINO MATTRESSES, warranted the very beet qualitiee il >. u
QEVERAL HUNDRED O PAIEE ^ HEAVY WITNEY BLANKETS, large uree
QEVERAL THOUSAND O NXEE of ETEOEG 8BEETE. a very etrong article .........
A VERT large VARIETY ofGolo#rodOu03fEEPA!fEE From 1* lljd
A LHAMBRA MAR- Xl SKILLED, and other WHITE GGUETEEPANEB-a apaadad ehoko Pro.fi.%
TTTHITE MUSLIN CURVY TAXEai%jaml.kog rum 1* 9Jd pair
TJANDSOME Drawing-room XI Sultea, Upholttered in Dimatk or Bep. Tbe complete Suite...... From 19 19.
T\ININO-ROOM SUITES, JL/ Uphoktered in Superior Roma Cloth. The complete tuite ...... f6
P%INING-ROOM SUITES,
tiered in real Morocco Leather. Slightly eoiled ............ 1U 11a
CARPETS! OAEPETSI I
^IVE FRAME jL BEUSEEL* CARPETS, *ai*W* for Dining Boo me. Drawing Room*. Bed Roome, or Breakfatt Rao ma, all new pattern*, choice detlgnt...... Prom ^
HPAPESTRY CARPETS, A A great choice, very tuperior qualitiee ......... Itllid yard
TTIDDERMINSTER X\. CARPETS, a very itrong
oo* y«rd wid* ... .. ... ... la 9Id yard
DOCK DYE PELT JL\j CARPETS. A tplendidchoic*; auitable for any room _ 104d yard
rvUTCH KIDDER- U MINSTER CARPETS, an extra ttrong article. 1 yard wide 5i'"°d
ALL WOOL KIDDER- X3L MINSTER STAIB CARPET. 50 palt*ma to eelect from ..... IW,.rf
TkUTCH KIDDER-U MINSTER STAIR CARPET. S|1 j.rd
A VARIETY OP PELT XJL CARPETS, ready made, with border*, a great **l*ction of pattern* to fit any wz* room From 7a lid
A THOUSAND HEARTH X\. RUGS. A vari*ty of pattern* aod colour*, an extra *trong article' ... *t 3i lid each
a large lire* From 11* lid
THE WHOLE OP THE STOCK OF
IRONMONGERY, CUTLERY, CHINA, GLASS, Earthanware, Fancy Goods, ;$c., WILL BB SOLD UNDER THE. COST PRICES DURING THIS SALE.
SOtk TUB ham* and address : —
E. HART & Co.'s
NOTED CHEAP
DOMESTIC BAZAAR,
7. 8. «sc 9, BRIDGE STREET,
SOUTHAMPTON.
EVERT DBSCRIPnON of FRITTI^
"ith„ t*anomr *nd deapetch.
Obmrvtr- Ofice. SI. BMW
AN" ACROSTIC WOHTHY OP 50TIC2. ^
Q.OOD TABLE CUTLERY,
JJIGHLY-POLISHED SCISSORS.
gUPEBIpR POOTET 4 t>EN KJOTKs. JJSQCESTIOSABLT GOOD KiZORs rjVJOTH^RUSHES AND COMES. IJIWEEZBRS IS GREAT VARIETY. QYSTER KNIVES.
j^TUT CRACKERS, &c.
cbere* Knhree. Chopper., and Steel.. of all let. Surgical Inttrument* of all kindt Ceikm Gmemd—a PolWod k, 0. U. 8DTTUX.
7>FOR Thirty Temrm NURSJ? BROWyc
MIXTURE for CHILDKKN bat been with, the greatett tnoceee. for tbe eimple reaton th.t „ i* the aafeet and ttuet eflectaal medicine that can po*bi,
phlegm, and in allaying indomuiaUoo. eoothlng iniiauJn, and by ti.ee cooling and demelo*"* propertie* reet„na% the little eofbrer to health and eajoymenL There u aa
Bnowa'a Mlrroa* good for * Well, it le certain «, relieve, ^nd if *o*t c e, com, amy cold or oou*h . child may hate, moreorer it doe* MC do to by mertl; tuning the o**gbyb»t by going lo tbe cuw of the coo-
In Croup orwhooptoj CWhen lafho" »re Catting tbeir Teeth 5cm« tJ»owS-» MlXTUKl will be found of (ptcia **rric*. at itthorouttly cool* the tyium,»ilaying the irritation of thegumi, gina, natural r**f W tho 0».Hd, and a qoitt night to tbt narontt. A* we laid before It doee not can tain m.y Laudanum, hot M • dmpl* preparation of valuable dw^ A doee giren at night, if the little ene it rettleea, fereruh, or ia anyway oofcofoort*. will came the Child to wake in tbe morning a* cheerful a* a cricket, with a cool comfort-able *kui. and tl.* procew of teething greatly attutcd.
Svw Baow*'i MtTXCM U ooly made by F*m»* and Hoi. Chan.itt*, VaiJatooe. but m.y be had of ihe following CbemMtt, wko here been appointed Agtnu a tbi* Dutriers—
Soctbakcton : Mr. H. Hunt. St Mmry ttreet.
POAT: Mr. 0. M. Brown. 2t9. Lake-roaJ; Mr. Stancwood, Commercial-roadand Mr. W. H.ylet, 21, Arundle-itreot. Sold in Bottlaa 7Jd, 1* lid. tuJ W
/^OWAN H ELKOTBU GULD P()IX? Vv BEwmKroim r«m. 4**11, adapw f*
and ea*y writing.- ,
The Proprietor baa. the plena*rw of-introducing then Pent to the notice of the Public aa they embody . combination of improvement*.
The BESEHVOIR PKN'ha* a great advantagt o»er any other eh*pe a* ahoald U>* writer put it de ply into the ink, it act* aa a receptacle and the ink fl.»a geaLy freely to tbe Point without the ritk of blotting, ai til other pen* are likely to do The Point of the Pen being Eleetroed in fine Gold

and influence of the acidi that inkt contain they*,., prove a great taring in at leatt 50 pi
Sold Retail at id. &]. and 9d per down. May be bad of the Sole Agent for Soutbar RAY a BR. Stationer. Printer, Bookieller, i Agent, ill. Bridge ttreet.
HEALTUISTRBNOTH!I EXBRQT!:
PEPPER'S QUININE and IRON TONIO.
SPHERE is gcarcclj a disorder of the. My, functional or organic. In which Quinine and Iron could "hot be admini*tered with goexj reeulia. For intermittent fever*, aa ague, low fever, and febrUe.ijm; iom-in general, nothing can compare with It. For proaeaa tlon of ttrength contequent on long ".llnee* or c ' can***. c(pee confinement. *od*nUry occupation* anl thing tending to ltnpor*n*h tbe vital fluid* aial m mine the con*titotlon. Quinine and Iron i* admitu bo the only remedy.
TAPPER'S QDI2IINB. AND. IKOX
-1- TONIO THOBOUOHLY RECRUITS AND B|- WTABLI3HBS THE OE.NKBAL BODILY
TOMC XX BCBOFULA.
ab*ce**e*. frequently of a painful character, *om*iuae« tppearing in thegl.oda of th* neck, in other forma a* acurry and obctlnate tkin eruption*, kc., wiU ultimately yield to Ita purifying Influence.
PEPPER'3 QUININE A*D IK' X
TONIC combine* tliiwe ppwerfsl agent* in their higbett »tato of efficiency, it ihamically pure, unalterable by keeping or- climate, not dltagreaable to take, caiilj portabl*. alway* of a definite etrengtb.
Care mu*t be taken when taking for Petfper't Quininf and Iron Tonic in the varioua chepittefebope thai it ami no other It tupplied, oth*rwi*e dt*appointtnri,t will mtulL Bottle. 4t 8d. 11a, and itone jara 22*
T02H0 ANXMllW TBE dMRfTS tHH MENTAL PACULTIB8.
peprrarton nf tpintt from tr.j cauae long cm.nod tqjuret the health greatly, and many aufier in tin. way fjr want of a p;op<* MmojJy.
For the low nerrou* headacbo* commonly atteadta on deprettion. eepecially. if from mental can..', the Quinine and Iron Tonic will bo loundmott ueef J. it re-invlgoratet the entiro lyetem, and epeedily diiait»"c» w plea.aut aenaationa of a melancholio character.
PBOVESDIOgSTfOX.
Taken a few minutaa before meal time the tonic *! on the.coate of tbe ttomacb- it tuch that an lu.meJ deaire (ojr e$Ung i« created. A* the aame w digeativa.faculty ia arouted, and perform, if Iwtcti in elaborating tho food, thug prgventing th* wl troMing aymptora* of ^tnlenco. pain at tLe^tai. u— tburn, generally known a* indigeetion.
PEPPER'S QUININE AND IliOM
TONIC iaaold by chemieta *v*rywl.crc m b ttle* (a 8d. In botUee 11a. aad In atone jar* %2, each. I '* protection be *ur* the nam*, addrc. and.tra.lc mark • the proprietor, John Pepper, 237. Tottenham Road*London, it on the labeL Any cheiniat will it to order, but do not bo (Availed upon to try amy *baf
MMMC BTadOTEBNy TEE NBBVES MUSCULAR SYSTEM.
There are many derangement* traceable to diaorgr u" tion of ihe nervoua tytUta far too nuraeroua to me'.: :i In a Delate of tfaie character, but eome one or t" prominent and dofliand attention. 1
Ne«acilgia, a name fcr a hundred pbtfee of e*&na& and from which tbouaand. ar* hourly, complalnx.'.-i literally nervoua pain ; and although external reu.rhc« joay for a timv allay, tb*y cannot cON," In caae,.■( :•"» kind Qoimne and Iron ia a^wolatoly oacoaMry ; it,c-* like a charm, and abundantly prove* it* Influence m o#-trailing and regulating nervoua action. , If one i« log fro in any malady in thp leatt'. degree trace,!!" to rel»xfcUijn of th$ qervee, oo time (booVtbe lot "k,B« Quinine and Iron, Tbe Ufbct will bo at ooce e»iJ'u,« and rtatoraiion lo health 0*ttAin. ,
Jar*, containing tix amalfbgttl**, 22a each.
PEPPER'S: QUININE AND I HON
-C TOaiU PCBIFUJf AND BNEICHES TUB

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