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T1IK SOUTIIA M PTON OBSERVE It AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY FfiBRUAR\ ?, 1878.
EPITOME OF NEWS.
Umm MttJgtfMwww.—Tfea
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and Canada comprised 6,283 qoartora of beo£ and 1,030 carcases of mutton. No arrival* of lire stock look place. . .
Sl icing :x a "\V*u..—On gunday monwn; a girl, earned Frost, living with her parents at
EPITO:
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. it-li, after liijhfJnp a Are in the house; went into the hack yard and threw herself into a well and
*w drowned.
•Hurst to Death.—At Ipswich on Saturday oven-'
Ing last, about six o'clock, an old man, named I'eter | stated, and Hand, was found in his house Tilirnt to death. He tad apparently been sitting near tho fire, and had fallen fprward. When discovered ho was burnt almost to a cinder.
Bmaioca Doo-Bitm.—On Sunday tw,o cases of dog litis wore attended to at St Thomas'* Hospital. A porter named Joseph Williams, aged 38 years,
i*g*& 27, was sentenced by Mr. ,Ju*two: Lush, at .Stafford Asslt^bfl UIoMday, to 20 years'penal serri-
ti|dq f(* ^e ina^skpj^kf ^f hiA sfepdakghler, acliM'
Till AT LavRarooL.—At Liverpool As-
«iV* on Monday, k yonhg' man, aged 18, was sen-
(wicpd to 18 rearf nepal merritndk foThtaHy mtahhlng *W father. The father and son were both under the
inlluenco of drink at tho time.
Tjirbatsxiku Attittdh of Ara^tSitrtut. — A romoor laennon^ od thp Kmhawuf frontier that the Amotr of Cabal *s massing troops.......
f Nfl^nhlP 'I'Ka nkiM* . S Ik:.
attacked and bitten by a dog. The wound was dressed and cauterised.—Mrs. M%ry Amn' Shcppard, residing in Stamford-street, Lambeth, was severely bitten in the pnlm of her right hand. She was feeding her pet doc wKen Im Ikw at her. Although the wound *a# a de^i poc it is not oapactai to to oanganwa.
l\ hiore Acno*.—An action wag brought at the I/inl Mayor's Court on Saturday last by Mr. Louis Adnlphus, tailor, Leadenhall-street, against the Union Banking Company, to Mooror oompeomtioa for per-aonal Injnnem eustained by the nlaintig through the alleged negligence of the defendant*' servants. The plaintUI had boon calling oa a friend who occupied apartment* at the top of the defendants' houme h
ITnion iLinlr-liuilrlinc-a Nr.nlaM' Hn1)>nn rVml.,,
_ k. -— r—.—= the direction of
Caniahar. Ihe object c< this concentration is not #tul^, 'mnd jnii#) tho prpeent the Gdvtnnnent h»e ^*^r{d otultoAi^tlbn confirming therepott.'
H, M.S. Northampton.—Orders have been received at Chatham Dockyard for dock accommodation to be
DM* ot 8x* Enwx*n Ca«As r—Sir Edward Qreasy, late Justice of Ceylon, died on Sunday last, after a ehort attai k of broach iti*. The deceased expired at 16, Cecil-street, Strand, having only arrived thero three day* previously man hie country rAidebco, Moi^a House, Hampton Wick. Bir Edward Ckeasy had passed his 60th year.
Cmaao* AOU**r a OumoTWi* —The Eochemter county magistral*"* on TneWay I**oed a wammt against the ilov. Frederick Davis, of Manor House, KurthBeet, on a charg* of aseaulting m yoomg gM lu a carriage oq the North Kent Railway. &(r. Davie did not appear to a summons which pad bceh bsned against nim, and ha*, it wae stated, gone
CAi-t^RR or A Comm.—The man who is alleged to
I nion Bank-buildingm, Ely-plac*; Itplbom. Coming down '.itirs he stumbled over a stool at the firet-tloor hnding, whiob wae impmfacUr lighted at the time,
and *.i* seriously injured. The jury awarded the pkintiii £50 damages.
Ho: i-oamn Mcmont a? Ca»m*nwuu__On Bator.
day lost Mr. Outer, coroner for East Surrey, held an inquiry at the Marlboroogh Arms, Ttoeemary Branch,
Peckhatn, into the death of John Davie, aged 4*,
builder, of 16, Busing-road, Beckham, which occurred under *uch mystedoo* drcum*tancce as to neceeeilate an adjoummenL The only evidence that was pro-ducod went to *ho* that the unfortunate man wae found stunned and bleeding, lying oo the footpath, on Saturday, the 10th, in the middle of the night, near
his house in the Ikuing-road. His money----~~l
found, and his pooketa wore empty. By .. . «
the coroner a fed-ewrfm. had iLI: made, which I "teahng the je,*^ and Mating greto the hot aho*cd death had mnwo ftom a foadul hacturo of the jewellery kd boeo etolen.
theskuHThooonmardocidedtoadjoumthecaw. I In---
Mvasrma* PitouA*.—Th# Cklro correepondcnt of I??*" « ovw-oowding, attended by Ice* of life, the CW**, OaWf, write* that eeven vweela, with ! m the mthediul of thu Oty on the
3,700 pilgrim*, arrived on the 11th insL at Tor, the "J™ Aymm, for king Victor Emmanuel n
quarantine station on the Sinai peninsula. Of the report has been circulate that the Municipal Junta paserngere, 13 died during the pa***ge; among them, remgneiiuu. TW* rumour Ik now
as it is pretended, only one of cholera. At Tor, where den*ed, but an inquiry has boon ordered into the causae there are now 5,000 mlgrim* In quarantine, dve ca*ce ** j** maeater. ,
ef cholera happened. The pilgrims suffer, besides, 1 . Saii-ors Drowxed.—Intelligence has been from a kind of diarrhoea, which has the character of reemved at Liverpool of a serious disaster to tho eholera. The sanitary authorities have resolved not Swansea brig Argo. The Ship Bhonla spoke the Argo
' . ...... ~ * " on tho 19th, when tho officer in charge announced that
on the 5th *he ehippod a heavy *ea, which wa*hed the captain and three of the crew overboard, all of them,
May last wa* on Monday brought before the Bir-mTngham msgi*tratee. de wa* caught in a clet*rly laid trap, and vfinoffrimplementi and materials used in the manufacture of spuriou* coin were found in'his house. He |wa* remanded in order that the authorities 61 the Mint might be communicated with.
Thb Singular Discovert op Stolxn Jkweixkrt.— Amelia Jordan, the young woman who is supposed to have stolen the jewellery found in a water closet at the Croydon Railway Station, was on Tuesday brought before too county magistrates at Hastings. The whole of the jewellery was identified, and also a gold chain mm,, -m. ww. whkh had been loet *ome time previoudy.
empty. By order of ' The pn*oner wa* committed for trial oh charge* of ' made which ' ^*l»=g the jo**l* and *ettiug fire to the houie from
A MounfAUY nr EirmML^oaax.—Dr. Tri*Uum, the Chancellor of the diocese of London, completed on Monday hi* inqunw into the application on the part "nr. '& Hanaard, rector of Bk Matthew"* to erect a_ mortuary
—_ .... -------mi) the hoard aboliihed
subeidiary name*, rennmbeNd 11,839 hou***, and named 127 now streets. During the course of 11 ymr* the buard revi**d the name* of 2,167 *troet*, ak lis hod 7,275 *uh*idiary name*, and rc-numberad
^■<11 six years, lost lor life through the dangei prailko o: cluuhmfto the mautel.meoe. Horfath*r, ato is a mumcian, wont out on Friday night, the Atu, to ;day at a ball of the 0th Kent Artillery aeluntecr*, and her mother al*o went out for a few anutw, leaving the child alone. The evil of med-6ng with tho mantel-piece appear* to have been im-upw her, for direcUy tor mother had gone *he
Wud the door to prevent *urpri*e, and then proceeded
& Pt some needle* and wtton from the *belf above the tt-pLrr. when her clothe* caught the^ame*. Borne aim. Ixnimg her ccreama, burnt open th* door and «a.m%uish«d the dame* by wrapping the poor child ii m ewt, but *ho wa* fearfully burnt, und died at *ovm juiick noxt morning.
Laaocn AT CMATnan —The convict* at *. Jary s Umyict Wabli-' ' Chatham, have ^ "wpWted a large block ' ng, in tho Royal Lsgnicers Ibinsck*—new i. oms for tho non-mwniuiMMmod ofheer* of the Royal Engineer*. The
wwk commenced |g month* *go, and ha* been earned %%%%%%
MAXsLArourzn at 8iikppi*l».—An inqn leld at Sheffield on the body of Michael 31'Ui hhourt-r, who wa* fatally injured in a itreet,
#atuAl*y, the 19th. A fight took place in CaulpA. % th* Rav.
fcne between a man named Ferguson and another Btthnal-greon, for D<
nsin, and tho dccoased, who was passing at the time, coroner * court, and pctt-mortem examination-]_____
^a *o acverely kicked that he wa* taken to the publio churchyard. Dr. Itiatnun *aid he would
khmiud, whore he died on Tu**d*y, th* 32nd. The Churchyard and take time to ccn*ider hi*
wndenoe showed that it wa* not iorguHon, who had judgment.
J«cn apprehended, but his opponent, who inflicted the r"E 'Rbvexc*.—It appears from a Parliamentary hck. and tho police *t*ted that they had been unable retum l**u?d on Tuesday that the revehuW derived find the man. Tho coroner said it wa* a disgrace during the Lust financial year from tho duties on 5* tho force that they could not dnd the man, and*aid *p"ita, malt, wine, to., wa* thu* charweableEng. ma ahould adjourn the inoumttimeafter time nntHtho land, #9,7*1,441; Bcotlandi f5,434,189i Ireland, *in wa* found or the police admitted that they could ^6,300,112. The other sources of revenue were mad* wot (ind lnin. . | up of contributions in the following proportions:—
• txc.i'LAR 2samps.—The Metropolitan Board of England, 421,367,449; Scotland, 2,323,044; Ireland, works now under cooaidcration a gyat number of ^1,304,612. Thi*. however, doc* not include the application* with re*pect tc the numbering of hou*e* P**tal and tckgrapb acrvice*. which cannot be appor-mad the stieet nomenclature of the metropolis Many tinned b^ween the three oountriee aepsuatoly.
u the proposals beforo the board refer to alterations in , Hn. Staxlet and the Geooravhical Societt.— masting singular and odd name*. The residents of At the meeting of the Geographical Society on Mon-Uwmm 1 ocum-lane, Lewisham, petition that the ; ^ evening Bir E. Alcock, the pre*id«nt, *aid that on mtaio may be altered to that of Wcardalo-road or Mr. Stanley'* arrival in Loudon a deputation from KUIy-trce-road. The Inhabitant* of the Jaws'-walk, ' tli council had waited upon him to congratulate him mydenham, suggest that th* name of the Oruve may ! *"l* return to Europe and to a*k him to 6% an
r.---1—.L . evening on which he would give the society an account
of his great diaooveri**. Mr. Btanley had received th* de|Hitation very courteously, and the 7th of February had been died for ah'cvemng meeting of the eocicty, which he would attend.
'I na ODESSA BLOcxAnE.—It having boon Teprc-imited to the Eu**ian Government that the di*tre** cau*ed by the enonmou* price of fuel might lead to popular disturbances unleas effective mmaure* were taken to relieve the sufferings of the inhabitants, per-mieslon ha* at lajd been gfren to the Ode*** Railway to employ a portion of its train service, until now ox-clusively u*ed by the military autboritie*, in trana-pt*1ing fuel from Ui* Interior of Eu**la. ThA bloclmde of Odc**u i* *ufBd*ntly eE^tive to prevent coaating vessels from endeavouring to run into iho port with cargoes of fuel.
Th* Robbery op a Baxjiprt Dealer at Oxj^rd. —Ihe four Oxford man, Howhin*, Higg*, !Buckl% and Howse, who wero brought up for tho eighth time before th* mty magiatrato* on Tueeday, on tho charge of robbing a Banbury cuttle dealer, named Bartlett, of nctea* chequc*, &c, value f360, at tho facket Inn, George-street, Oxford, in December la**, were fully committed for trial at the ne%t quarter wadon* for tho dty, bail belug rofu*ed, and the magktrutc* rofusing an application made by their solicitorslo deal summarily with) the caso on condition of their pleadirg guilty.
A Kovmi. ELzemox.-r-An extraofdlnary clerical oluction, con*equent upon the eudden death of the Rev. Cbtrlee Hill, took place at Hddington, near Bicefter, on Monday. ?Tio right of electing the vicar i* veetedjn th* hou*ehoIder# df the p*ri*h, ine- ! epective of ***, a privilege which i* po*****ed by only five other places in England. The Rov. Thomas I vena, tho curate in charge of th6 parish, was unanimously elected. The other candidate* were the Rev. John Popkam, Albert'Stroet, Hoxton; the Rev.. Thomas Aicher Turner, curAe of B(. Peter"*, Burnley, Ian-cashir*-and the Eev. Albert Wick*, M.A., Dublin.
J hbDihsdalx Ca#b.—In tho Common Pleas Division on Tuesday an application was made in the matter of Itederick Dimadale, a aolidtor. Mr. Murray *aid Umt this solicitor was recently tried at tho Old Bailey, before Mr. Justice Lopes, upon th* charge of haying, by moans of forged leases and'other documents, Obtained from divers, persons enormous sums of money. The accused withdrew hi* p*qi of not guilty, and wae Convicted and *eut*ncod to pfoal **rritud* for life. The pre*ent application, made on behalf of th* Law Society, was for a rule calling upoii Dimsdalo to show
eauko why he*bonId,6ot 1* itrtudk off the roll of
Solicitors. Rule granted.
n A MERci.AXT—On Tueeday, Mr.
Bedfofd held an wquctf ut Ht'Oeorgf * HceditAl, on the body of Thomea Leonard, aged 48, wbo died from the effect* of a kick irom a home. Tho ovideoco showed that the deceased was formerly a merchant in
poverty. Daring the pmat 12 month* he omupied th* no*itiod of a *tabl4man in thayahl af Mr. Cuttar*n, ^pr*e dpalc& Ip K*6pdrM::*r**t. Woon after Chri**-ma.hu wa#dr***iugab9nw. a.mare, wMinlheanWal kioki-d him. He became nn intaiuto'of tho hospital,
3&Z6S23B, " "'dict 01
}liim;Eoa*Ma*-oo* Biwajt—From a report
^ ' Kdlnborgh Citv Parochial Bo*W, ft *fpedr* that the ny W of children bWW*d M^fu^fltrthem I* jW%*hat nodoalbl havh dffurred mnca May. 1375, and that, taking Into aa.« count thkJ ohildren stmt to the country, those sent to *«rvjce aild ifk&eii and fhosfe taken homb by friends;
and the eldest fourteen .years. Tho average
iMR
3k m,.. catwer, largo Kore-room*, and cellar*. Be-yrwl . ir. mlcnwl glmonta, the whole i* 6ni*hod, and wiL |,n*,Wy he opened during the piddle of next m*nu. with a grand hkll to inaugurate the event.
urn* building i, a great improvement in the *%i.. n, n»w uW for the non-commiamoned offioers' and has been orocted
the sito of the old


i . „ . SoctETT.—A return ha* just
Ui vlu ..f tM. tnendly Bwdeties of Boutlaud/ by it i. nppcan thut eight *ocietlo* have been di*«
Ef J"*""1 Mccodmg £10 to each of „ many -iife4* ''"""""■—Mr. Ortor held . long «.
HUB
wry
i the, left ann.
warder* bad left ting 'Workshop about half an hour eelLi. There w*ru vei^ few priaontra in 'thi*



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O. B A Y N E B,
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OENDs\%^uM-3id I BEDSTEADS-^ BEDDII&.
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THE PERFECT SDBSTiTUTE for
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by WALTER S. IRELAND, when plated by the patent proceta of Messrs. Klkingtun and Co., is beyond a comparison the very best article next to Sterling 8i!»er that can be employed as such, either usefully o» ornamentally, as b, nn possible test emu it be distin-guished from real silver.
WALTER S. IRELAND.
SPOONSFORKS.
1- Doiserr rork« 12 Df»sert Bpoom UTsagpooms #t*E*#ooas
1 Bags* Stfter..
Piddle : Quail*; Pattern Fiddle

Fiddle Pattern fittern
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Any article to be bad singly at tho samo-pricts. Q»otM8U*er Tea mud cLge* S*rricee, 30* 1(3 10
^'e0£7 10'rer CrU#t FraDaM' 12, CJ' W' 251 t0 Electro Silver Pish Carvers (in ease), 8s 6d to 15s per
Electro Bilwr Bkealt Rex**. ]& M. Ms. 30s I* jg* 1Q& Electro Silver Teas: Mck.gaOd. 7*N lOsddwge. kbctro MUvmr Te. Po*. 15s. %0s. 30s w O 2s. hleetro Pllver Cofee Pew. 91a. 25s. 3*1, 10s_ Ekwr, Silver E« Pramiet 31^ 25a. 30e.33s to 42 16*. hkotro ydv.r Uqaer Praia**. 30s. 50k 70* lo f« 10s. EWctre 8i wr Cah* Bask^*, 16^ 20*, 25a. 30* w 1310^
as s= saar&easf"'"'* aat&f&w&rag:
10*!** Oval Tray, (rkhly cha*ed), # 10, to Kleciro Silver Side Dishes, loose handles, forming I ltd _ „* ^ Mght. fT 10* * X1010k
%0%" ^ Cow, far **t of four. 18 10* to Electro Silver Pish Eating Knives and forks, in eases
M ? & 10^ fa 10, i* fio :o&
Electro fitlrcr Prmt Dessert Knives and Porks, in cases ' » P*'rs. £2 lQs.^g 10s. £i 10, to £s 10s.
FOR HERNIA OR RUPTURE.
In wkleh tbm* MreUU#* g*m«ally mmk* their appearand, k on!*r to hnn wh*t k lom*d Earnla; ar* **vaL th, of th* AbdooKm. and the nwr or (ore pan of the Thigh or Omla. HUhmpe*.
slble. In a brief ipaee, to giro a d«*crlptlon of the different kinds of Hernia.
It Is mnch to be I amen tod that when persons And themaUve, so afflicted they do not apply a Tnus.
many Improvement, which J. Johns k Oo. have mad, la Tnwe*, they beg particularly to call attention to
MOC-MAIN LEYER TEUSS,
without any lneoorenlenee to the wear or, and Is psrfectiy eonoanted hom obaervatloo.
torwanlinc the clrcumfcrence ot tin body two lache* below the hip,, whan they cannot fall to fit. J. John* & Co.havo,ft3#o a large assortment of varloua Trusses on Salmon & Ody**, Cole's, end the common principle, from 2a. Od. to 21a. each.
' PATENT AND OTHER SINGLE AND DOUBLE TRUSSES,
AdSt^and%lldnm^^**' °Ulcr lluPtttrc,—llw greater care taken to an art a perfect fit—suitable ft*
I
WALTER S. IRELAND.
TABLE CUTLERY,
WARRANTED.
rrHE MOST VARIED ASSORTMENT
remunerative only became of the largeness of sale.
all. of the fineit iteeL.
Table Dessert Knives. Knivea. Carvers, lyrdoa. per do*, per pair.
3lin Ivory Handles ...15, Od *%in ditta _ _ 18, W « In ditto _ _ 25, 0d 4 in Pino Ivory Handles... 80s Od 3£in Pin, Oval Ivory
4 ""KlIZ&Afrlc^ I,wy ^
Handle* _ M* 6J
in Pmest Oval African Ivory Hand!** ... _ 45, 0d
* in ditto.wlthiteel ferules 60s Od
* ' ditto, with silver

30* #d 12* 6d 32s 6d 15s Od

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THHE BEST SHOW OF IBOS BBD-,.9.
show of Iron and Bra** Bedsteads and Children's Cot*.
WLiNn. 4fL@a.
Stomp B*d*t*#d* _ 0 10 0
French Bedsteads, strong ... ... 0 12 6
Prench Bedsteads, with lin. pillars... 110 French Bedstfead*, tube pillars, very
strong ... • ............1 7 t
Prench Bedsteade, with,2in pillar,... 2 7 «
Prench Bedsteads, with brass foot ... 3 3 0
Half-tester Bed Heads, strong _ 1 6 0
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III
H»lf totter Be lsteads. very strong ... 1 10 0 Half-tester Bedsteads, tube pillars... 2 6-0 Half toeter Beditea is, with 2in. pillar,2 12 8 Half-tester Bedsteads, with brass foot 4 6 0
An exion»ivo .and various assortment is in th* Show Booms of Superior Pren h and Half-tester Bedsteads, Brass Mounted, and with brass foot rail* and pillars, poltahed, £3 in* ta £10 10*.
Children's Iron Cata, from 12s to £310s i Peldlmg Iron Bedsteads. 3s 3d.
Por Bedrteads wido. 3ft. 6in. 4ft. 6in
Good Strong. PnlliiisM ... .... 0 9 6 0 10 t
Heat Straw I'slliaase, ... 0 11 6 0 12 8
Alva Mattresses ... ... ... 0 12 0 0 14 0
Woal ditto..........# 14 6 0 Id 6
Lio**y WoW dlMe ^ ._r _ 0 18 6 I 0 #
Brown Wool Mattresses............110 15 0
Best ditto ditto, in extra strong tick 16 0 110 0
Best HoMer and Pillows in Kood ticlt 0 14 fl • 15 0
Hill puff Bed, Bo later, and Pillows,

logaodhek ^
Feather Bed, Bolster, a
poriHed. in g*od lick .... . Gray OaoM ditto ditto ..ri Pillows, 2a dd to 10a fid. Ifpli
3 10 6 4 12 rs, from 5s 6,1 to 15s.
QHAXDELIEBd in GLASS or METAL
from the various manufactuiora all that is u.w 'choice in brackets. Pendants, and Chandeliers Oa* Break,'* I, W to 13,
Oa,PwJ.n', _ 8*ddtoI0*
Oa, Lh*ad*l»er*, bydrauBe. g. 3, 4.
and 5-light, for Dining and Drawing
Oa* Ch*md*U*r*. with Ekctro-plmted moonilng ^ ... 37* 6d to
10* 8d to lit
Olaas U«s Bracket* ......... iv, ,0
L*p*rl*n*ed Ouatt*:*. Copper Smlthe. B*nhaog*r Smith, employed on the preiaii
WALTER S. IBELAND.
BATH & TOILET WARE.
IJISst'"'rgB"Ha'Zl HlpB*^lw,%0*.'2&,80^3h.
10 a ,o-
Jilet iV »ro in >;ren^yari,ty, from 10, fld to 45s set of 3.
rPEA UENS and KETTLES, of London
, mak* only.
pAPIEBMACHE AND IRON TEA .aoriuent jl TEA. TRAYS and WAITERS .Ml,
t of 3, from 12s dd t<
■ IRELAND'S
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T AilPS of ALL SOIU'S & BATTERNS 8usp#ndini: Lamp,, so £210,.

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Families furnishing ai sive Stock.
A Mi'IUCAN COOKING STOVES. —
PARTIES ABOUT TO BUILD. SOs'to^fg^^^^ «*h*r .PEIZH KITGHENEaS,
uiu «ep»'er Cloves, o.jti per inch
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