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SOUTHAMPTON AND WEYMOUTH.
THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER N BWS—S A HTRr>' 4 Y TlBflBMrnm U. 1878.
(SOUTHAMPTON TOWH * COUNCIL.
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BODTnAMPTON.WINCkEdTgR. ALEEEFOBD ALTON, AND LONI&N.
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TH« oosgtablm AND PIBCBirTS OF *HB MARKET.
The Town Cltrfc administered the declaration »f office
g *m lati bx matob.
The Tow* dark having forwarded the letter of condolence pawed at the las: meeting of the Council to the family of the lateex. Mayor, read the following renivr— _ ' - ' llJarhflefd, Dee mth. 1*1*.
the Coanetl meeting of that date. Mr* McCslraont desires rendered to the Corporation of the
mily Hi tlielr terrible bereavemeni
"TO
The Town Clerk sa;d
the National Sunday League. wh( _ ,____
ling of museum,, art galleries,-and librarii the Sunday

mrsion*, bend' In the perks, snd rellectual and derating recreation imant *.i ref*. red to the General
the people, Sunday ex generally to promote »
on that day.—The doci Purpose* Committee.
tbi cab staxd3 ib BIOII-8trbbt aid abotb bab.
Mr 8. 8. Pearce proposed that the queetion of the re moral of the Cab stands front the Hlgh-,tr«#t and Above-bar be considered «ret, which wae seconded by Mr H. bunlop.—Mr Le Peuvre objected toeuch a course being adopted, and moved that the Council proceed with the Corporation butineei which Stood A ret on the paper. —Mr Abraham Mid they had a right to proceed with tliie matter by a role of the Council, and be trotted |t wupLl he allowed.—The Major (aid fie motion was quite In order, and could be pot.—Mr Le Feuvre contended that having reintroduced the reeolution ai to th4 removal of the oab etand* from theee stands, they would hare to fall back on the deposited plan* of the Tramway Company, and all thecal* would have to remain In. the if the road, a* the Company were bound to carry
^ * inclmUd, and be seggesled that that
stand remain.—This suggee tion wae accepted.- Mr Bance then moved that the original cab st.nJs opposite the
•ere to be only eiz cabe in ^uwv. bar.-Tbe;
remm ed the Aide,man that Uie discussion ae to cub
^ etWaB BlOUiaen m
that the Borough Surveyor bad mfi _ _
ne«rrf to extend the public net, In Ascopart-street J00 feet, in order to dr.in the house* erected at ind; and that the euet of the work -«o«ld
be a*. Wbk authorised to C*
moving the adoption of tli ._______.
Borough Surveyor, had informed him that this highly necessary work could be carried out for about £20. The lired would be 200 feet in extent.—Mr AaJatt
pon they recommended tliat bo bo ork.—Mr O. Phrklae, in port, aatd Mr Bennett, th<
eecnnded it* adoption and it wae carried.
ran sew BBocLArtons Borscrxiro
litter reported the appointment of


tbe work according to theirdepoeited plai _.____
propoe.0on »u unneoeeeary.—M r Lungley cou »vre that they ebould fall. b#« >f the Com any.—A(ter com
lepoMte'd pli ^
derable diicu«-ion, tbe Council divide I,
fur (be pyWUom, 18-«ee*mAbm|M.8. 8. Pemrce, Linford, B«nce, Whitchurch. Parmenter, Cole*. Joi.ee, Lomer, Diweon, Miller. J. S. Pearc:. H. Dunlop, W.
hat the cabe reuWu in the High-ctreec and Above-bar, iccording to the depoeited plane of the Tramway Cnui-pany, and iu the eauie poeition e* they were before.-ihe Town Clerk, in #n*wer to Mr Parmenter, eaid that Council bad an undoubted right to reecind any reeolu-tion they might pa**, but what might happen afterwards ho could not **y.—Mr O. Perkim : Wall it be likely to involve n* in a lawsuit with the Tram**y Company »-
any Injury by the
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bird class.
GENERAL POST OFFICE.
__ „ High Street, opposite the Audit lloaee.
Poet Office, High-street, opens for official Inquiries and 'be veoep ion of uald letters at ; a.m., and closes at 10 m. The town deUveriee ooamenoe' at 7 a.in., U.SJajn., id «.15 p.m. No postage sUmpi are etrved after 10 p.m. On Sundays tbers is only one delivery by letter merrier* »d letter, are delivered at tke
iut«r from 7."

»nd»yath« offloj cLrsrs at 10 a.m. for all public bnsini
^stored letter* reoelved np to half-an-hour before t r of the letter-box or offlee.
CLOSING Of THK LBTTKB BC^L

•uld that Company_______
the Corporation the Company______,
)f law (hear, ha*r).—Mr 8. 8. I'evce eaid in carrying >Ut tbe propoeed plan they would be benefiting the Tramway Company, and there «u not the least shadow )f a lawsuit to be apprehended. A«|to the propoeal to jUce a cab stand at the bot out of Hanover-building*, .he man who propoeed It ought to be chained up there for a month to eee how he would like It (laughter).— ilderman bmsnuel seconded the proposition, stating ;hatit would be a benefit to the town and tbe cabn.au ilso if theee cebatand* were in the centre of the road.— Mr Bance waa of opinion that the proposition wa* quite unnecessary, and.as to their compelling the tramway* company to carry out their work according to the deposited plan* that wae not eo. as It h.d been con-ceeded#tbeoempamybf the corp*r*Moo, ee thai It might facllieu tbe traffic in tbe High-street.-Mr Cleveland said he ebould regret exceedingly wae thie propoeition carried, for, were a carriage to be etending in front of eorne ebop in tbe narrow part of the High, (treat, it would be the means of causing a block, which the Special and General Works Committee were anxious to avoid. He eupportod the propoeal that there should be several small cabstand* consisting of three, one opposite the Philharmonic Hall, and ehould move that as efi amendment, aa he thought it would bo wrong to treat the tramway company in *ucb a manner, beside* being a great bluuder on their pert wore they to do sj. In all probability it would land tlie.u In a law eulL—Mr J. 3. Pearce thought their duty wae to say yea or n«y
the cabstand* in a position where they thought proper. Tne Tramways Company having gone eo far In o^mpleu „ ing their work, it would, in bis opinions, be unfelr to ask the company to undo what they bad alraady done.— Wurron had throe following resolutions on the paper, which he moved as an amendment to tbe proportion. 1.—That a cabstand for three cabe be flxedln the Above Bar-ttreet, adjoining the late Ml*, Ogle's property a* a temporary measure only. 2 -That a cab sUnd for two cabe be fixed in tbe Above Bar-*treet. ira-icdiately in front of tbe Above Bar Chapel. 3.—That «*• i^j i" tt#b High-etreet.
Mr J. E. Le Peuvre as Depuiy-Chmlrman. In refer...*. to tbe Justicee Clerk Act. 1877. the Committee took into consideration tbe revolution of the Jutticee recommending Mr Kldridge. Jon., to fiU the poeition of Clerk, under the Local 8tamp Act, 1869; the amount of hi* salary to be deducted from the rcflumeration of tbe clerk of thejuMice*. and recommended die corporation to apprtnt a person to represent their interest* In the re-wwt. *be WmrnW be lode-pendent of the iu.jUtr.tes in every way; and also that the whole of the feee. finer, and penalties ;as mentioned in section four of tba Aot should he received by the borough treaaurer.—Mr Warranto moving the adoption of the report, aaid]that tbe committee felt that the borough tre» surer waa not the proper person to receive free at tbe police court, lit also recommended no persons connected with the magistrate.' clerk ehould be employed t -rtciovs much fees.—Mr Coles eeconded the adoption of they're pon.—Mr Unfurl sail ths report spoke for itself, and be trusted soon to see their sccounte "" -l-i? .h.p.—Tl.. Ten Cl..k, ih
anewer to Mr Cleveland, said the borough treasurer wa$ «o receive the feee-Mr. Abraham inquired if when aome person was ap» painted to assist the Borough Treasurer. iTould he be
TMnKkmcUf-Aldermau •aty Mr. Kldridge was now gstung very old. and,be had received great assistants from his son, and he bc^ed this would not be loet sir lit of when the appointment took P1*®*-—Mr. H. Dunlop said no man Wa* more fit to carry out hi* dutiee thin Mr. Kldndge. and be bad an ample mlary to employ-assWtance when be required It; and when an appointment wee made he hoped it would be a thoroughly independent one of so that they might have their easb and sumps properly then adopted.

ljoKed after.—The report w
The moiqcommittee reported that after the.____
m.ndation of the Secretary of gtate of the fixing of bis 1 £550 {7r *nn"'"' ,h"' h,J P*W the Magis-
tratee Clerk half a year's salary, dus the 1st of August.
a.uttIi,ri,e<1 tb® receipt of the amount, £133 2« lid from the Treasury for criminal prosecutions, and recommended, among.t other payments, 17s lOd expenses of the deputation to the Home Secretary on the matter of cloeing tbe Borough jail, and £600 to tbe Treasurer of the School Board, advance on account ol ipt issued.—Mr. Le Peuvre. in moving the adoption >m ef £75 odd was due to tbe urer did not eend in the account id th# Government refused to time had elapsed ; bat lie wai nee of their reciering a penny Dunlop hiving r * ' '
CK1BBAUK BOX-aM,nd,JChemp-
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TDfAD HEATHEN ENGLAND, BT BOOTH. Price si and 1*.—C. Hat.hs. 21
TONIC.
'T'HERE ia scareclr a disorder of the body, functional or organic, in which Quinine and Iron coulPEPPER'S QOININE AND IKON
pBPPEE'g QOININE AND ]BON Toxic scaof on.
If pemverd with Quinine and Lron will entirely banish the scrofulous taint from the body. The ulcerations and absceesee, frequently of a painful character, somenmee appearing in thegl.nds of tbe neck, in other forms as scurvy and obstinate skin eruption*. &c.. will ultimately yield to it* punfji >g influence.
PEPPEE'8 QDININE AND I2UN
.. . TONIC combine* theee powerful agents in their highest state of efficiency, is chemically pure, unalterable
be token when asking for Pspper's Quinine chemists'shops that it and _i„ .ppoinuasnt will
no other Is supplied, other, result. Bottles 4s 6d. 1 Is, and

PEPPER'S QDIXINE AND IRON TUE i3D
piriu from sny cause long continued greatly, and many suffer in this way i ....... . proper remedy.
For the low nervous headache, commonly attendan on .lepreeeion, especially if from mental causes, lbs Quinine and Iron Tonic will be found most useful; It rent, and speedily dissipates un-

t sensations of a
icholic clia
of tbe report, said the It fact that their late Treas
adoption of the report it
The Marsh Committee __________________
with regard to leases, and also Mated that the surveyor bad submitted a plan for ventilating the Cour.ciLC>4m-ber, e: * cost of £33. but tbe subject e the present.-.Mr. Alderman Dawson t Whitchurch seconded the adoption nf tb.
UURRESPUNDENCE.



ads it would in hi, opinion, be most dangerou,. ived. accordingly, believing it would bs tbe -angement that could be made, the more so, a* bmeo mwld be perfeeUy wWed with *ch menu.—Mr Abrahsm said be would second Mr , amendment, if Mr Warren would add that
I..&&
r Abraham's propoeal If
as hs bad to in fact, there wa
Ogle;* property;
b stand lor tbi opposite All Sai
opposite Mia

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m' ^"h'TrAPhr, ill on M -ssrs Harniman, Tea I
kt aad effscUr. Almaaaa. printed whroos, his been published by porter,. London; the yearly isii
s Taa. the total ciroulatioe Is li whether onnaumsrs of the Pole Tea or
wd a st.m^el adlrested eavstip* to ___
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the top of the aspbalte.—Mr Clsvel.nd ring said a few words In support of the amendment. Alderman Aelatt supported the proposition, stating \t be had been told thai by placing the cab, in the atre of the road, would interfere with the tramway. Company s work,, but be contended that it would do ithing of the sort, as the company ought to adhere to eirde>'-ited plan, after thev had been approved of by the Council, he should liks to knnw who suggested the alterations as it did not corns from the Tram-ty Company at all. Ths Ulgh-street and Above Bar irt the most convenient place for the cab stand, tbe whole town, as to the rsmarks that the company —M"d incur a heavy fou were the cabe to remaiu iu the centio of the itreet that wa* not to, a* they had prepared their rails according to their deposited plan,, an ' therefore incur oo low.— I he Mayor said that the dii cuMion about the cab atand, waa a great worry to h mind, and be thought the Council - should accept the amendment in It* altered and more particularly so a* the trams ould be pawing every five minute* and cabs could easily
itlng my las

WWMpriodpelly ou Sergeant K. Gunn and Use, No one has attempt to deny a single word of my —----- ------kind permission to
a few more remarks
szaszr," .
maJe by Mr. Giles. U.P..


opinion is Uisr^ i
■ubordlnata detects a

PEPPER'S QUININE AND IKljN
Taken a few minutes before meal time the tonic effect on the coats of the stomach is such that an immediate dceirs for eating is created. A' the same time the digestive faculty I, aroused, snd perform, its functions ' berating the'feod. thus preventing the usual die ng symptoms of flatulence, pain at the chest, snd burn, generally known as Indigeetion.
PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON
protection be sure ths name, addrew. and trade mark the popne**. Jobm Pepper. 237. TeUemham Com Koad. London, is on the laUl. Any cbemiat will procu
TaSVtNOSTBt^LXSOCTSlMPTO*. IVr beg* to annonnco tliBt his
RGOM8 are SOW OPES for
tuition In tne above
A SKLBOT EVENING, with
» wwu, witu a I Class nights for Q Schools and famil N. B.—Ths abnve Parties. The Piano
SoCTHAMl
The Company con £500. at the usual repaid by weekly insialn
mT^XT MOMC#lf V' land loan com
advance Loans v rates .of lntorsst. to be otherwise.-as may be
agreed on-Tix..notee of band.deed*, life policies, foreign oeke.«;bW& "
The strictest secrecy observed.
Agents for the Liverpool and London and Globe Fire id Life Insurance Companies.
AS ACROSTIC WOKTH* OP SUTICK. Q.OOD TABLE CDTLERY.
glQnLT-POLISHED SCISSORS.
CUPERIOR POCKET 4 PES KNIVES. TJNQUESTIONABLY GOOD RAZORS 1"iOOTH BRUSHES AND COMBS. rpWEEZERS IN GREAT V'ARIETT. QTSTER KNIVES. J^UT CRACKERS, 4c.
Balchwt* Kni.M, Chopper., .ni Slr.'i, 0f ,!1 w-rt, *iXM. SnrKic.1 Initrtttn.nl, ol .tl kin.l. Cutl.rr Ortwnd ,od Polubwl b, O. H. BUTTON. UEItN vHD-
PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON THB
There are many derangements traceable to di




hundred phases of suffering ...u .ro.u wuicu moustnas are hourly complaining, it literally nervous pain ; and although external reuiediet may for a time allay, they cannot cure. In cases of tbu kind Quinine and Iron is absolutely necessary ; it act, like a charm, and abundantly proves its influence in controlling and regulating nervous action. If ons is sutler-ing from anv malady in the least degree traceable te relaxation of the nerves, no tims tbould be loet In ukini Quinine and Iron. The effect will be at tnce evident.


mail bottles, 22s each.
PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON
BIOOD***^ PU&XMES AND MKIGHM THK It directly influencee the circulation of the bleed in a remarkable manner by eliminating all impuritiee and accumulations that obstruct its free transmiiaion through the veins to ths heart. It gives the proper chemical and physical characteristics, especially the rod Oorpusc'es ificiency of whi«h is easily indicated by unnatural paleness of lbs cheeks and lipe, and other appearances.
7*«L PEB BOTTL*. BLESS THE B A B T.
•ith the greatest succsss, foi ^thesafeet and meet effectual medicine that
Thequestic_._______________
BOMB MlZTBBB made of t Wi_________ .. „
posed of various gums, syrups, and balsamic at fuj in dUpersing or " cutting
i. will be asked, what Is Ncbii
ilegm, and in allaying inflam--------
id by their cooling and demulcent pn e little tufferer to health and enjoym

whole corps are well awar
be. ebaH we ewers
wblch disables a vsaaml by
of gathering together i
„ every five minutes be sent for, from where they were .proposed _ „ placed wben_required, nor would their removal frou great hardship as wsi
the centre of ths road bs_____
expected. He trusted Mr Warrei______
be carried,'end by that means settle thi, matter for ever.—Mr Miller said he thought the proposal of Mr Warren would meet all the requirements of the case — Alderman I*>rasr-*nistedthU question would be seltled and for ever He, howeve-. objected to tbe cab* being driven out of the street altogether. He bad no objec tion to the amendment, nor did he think tbe public would lose much by tbe arrangement." In hi* opinion* • straight line in the centre of tbe etreet for the trama to run, would be far better than their having to run round the cab itand*. a* to the company he ibought they ought to keep faith with them, otherwise, they would place them in a false position, if what waa propoeed was properly carried out, the public would have r -
be chained up there for a month, and said that it wai perversion of the truth to *ay that he did not know who propoeed It, It was well-known that be (the epeaker) Waa tbe chairman of the Special and General Work's Com-rnlttee.—Mr 8. Pearce row to order, end appealed to the Mayor if suoh language was parliamentary.—Mr 0, Parkins, bowsver. refused to withdrew the expressions. —a -iA u t, nothing but the truth. It was agreed in rooommend the Council to carry out the alteretiooe but be could not say who suggested It, whstbsr Mr LankasUr or not—Mr Whitchurch should support Mr Warren'e amendment ea the •cabmen would be welh,atU0*d with the arrangements.—Mr Colee also


BoutbsmptonJ
Piixa. — Darlnjj the late'
'beu Um. atmssphsrio ckaarSe.t/e alike " " lklwtf.rgrereandserious o
aod;extrems,
tioubow the health— ____Aa L
^arui^. tn,
»mee all detrngsmentsoftbesytt^m
dUsese. bsoause it overeoi purifies snd regulates tbe olrculaUoa. amd esergy to the nervus structure which u_._ triumphantly through trials to which tUswrak and sickly
mm

.uld succumb. Neuralgic pain, and" rhsoi_______
32
y ngwtlon. and the nervee from pr
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papas
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that will be a .
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relieve, and in most casee cure, any cold or cough a child may have, moreover It does aot do so by merely stilling the cough, but by going to the cauee of the eon.-pkint in di*pereing the phlegm, cooling the inflammed pksmgee of the che,t, and assisting the lungs to recover their proper actMn.
In Croup or Whooping Cough Nor.ii Bnow.v's Mix-TCKB is very eOectual. whilst in Common Coughs and Colds, it mav be depended upon not only in tbe way of giving Relief but a* a Cure.
When Infants are Cutting tHelr Teeth Sense Baowa's MtXTOBS will be found of specie eervice. a, it thoroughly cools tbesrstem.allavinir tlia irritation nt »l.. • •
The science of a cheap and
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THE CROSS OF OSIRIS, or THE &%%%?%%
Bart.. M.A.). of " Popular Romsncss of the Middle "Tales of the Teuonlc Lande. "-Published
Booksellers.


A NOVELTY.—C. RAYNER'S 12-inch
BUX-WOOD RULBK, 2d.-21. BrklM-.ir,.!
m,allaying the irriutioi rest to the CnUd. end e As we said before it dm ' tnple preparatio
quiet night to the
, . n of valuable drugs'
« ww «.»«.. uight, if the little one 1, reeUses, feverish, or in anyway out-of-sortt. will cause the Child to wake in tbe morning ae cheerful as a cricket, with a cool comfortable ektn, and the procee, of teething greatly assisted.
Nobsb BhowsIj mltxdbb Is only made by Paeoos and sob, Cbemiet", Maidstone, bat may be bad of the
following Chemists, who havs been appointed Agents in this District:—
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ial-road; and Mr. W. Hayles. 21,
nPO obtain ease in a short time, even when
fob SS-sjsMjfasj
It i* a safe and limple but mott effectual Remedy for Rheumatic pain io tbe arms, shouldsre, bipe, hands, feet, and cured luT8 *** "d- been relieved
Tbls ls not a new preparation, buthas been know in
right, and I shall rt
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C. Rayner's 6d Paper Knives, suitable for business or private use, and invaluable as anogcerequMte.—*1, Bhdge-mlreeL
C. Rayner's 6d Cribbage Box cannot be equalled at the price.—21-, Bridge-street
C. Rayner'* 1/- Omata Ink Stand, rack for holders, &c.t is unsurpassable. ~21, Bndge-^rwL
C. Rayner'm 1/- Box of good and uwfol Window Hcketm, containing 200 aaaorted mize# and price*.—21, Bridgo-gtraeL
C. Rayner's 6a Glass Ink Bottles cannot be surpassed.—21, Bridge-street.
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0. Rayner'm 6d Purme for the million Z* made
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PHIC* OSK SHILLISQ.
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LOVING CUP
Is tbe title of THK CHBLJTMAS DUMBER Of the Illustrated^ "SPO&Tiao DEAMATIO NEWS.'
It conUins Forty Pages of Pictures, Tale*, Poet&a, Ac., in an ILLUMrSATBD WRAPPER. Dewgned by Mora Smith and Ma ts. St a etch.
With this Nuhber is GIVEN AWAY a /'"c-tim Copy, .n Colour*. Printed by Leigh ton Brotbws, o: Picture by Hbbbt Picoo. entitled "FOLLOW MY LEADER."
Tbe Rival,-
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Christmas under a Hedge
| Tidy for OoMstoaas I A Memorable Breakfast
I The Stroller's Dream
found ths following—
Orders received by
C. BAYNBB, 21, BRIDGE-STREET,
SOUTHAMPTON.
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