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Bmmiow Guam* or OBtAiKiiio Goods o«dc» Vtui Pnrrmcts -Alfred Smith, described a* a wine saefebamL of Uliollng Common, for wliom Mr. Sliutte appeared. wm chwwtou remind from the previou* day. with obtaining a quarter caak of brandy, a quarter eaak bf whiskey, --1
repreeentfnirr himself ia entitled to propertyl'and'Katbe lived at Ca»ile-riew. Netley. and on tula statement he waa •applied by proswutor with goods to the extent of over £4W. -Mr. lleory Leet, of the Arm of Leet, Harm wood, and Co.. wtur murcuanla.of 3s, Crucetted-friar*, .City. London. aaM beflrat ajwprlaoner privately In July last having nr.«lnu•amplea of wines ______ t ,_____________,,
r was going to live with him. and waa possessed of property, and that he should not have any more thai he had got until after his bother's death. Prisoner further said lie had money to start with, bat did not aay how rnach. He took aoma papers out of his imekeu and witness Saw amnugit them some cheques. Prisoner told him be bad been in ootreapondepoe with Messrs Feltou snd Sons about the sale of their wines for Canterbury. Margate, and Kara-gate, and they w*rt very anxious tuat he shout d ell their shery In thoae three towns. The Arm he said were and log good*down to him without an order, aadhe telegrepleU to stop them. Nothing more waa done On the 3rd of August ho saw prison* ~ '
1 suit hl« business, to the amount of about 4400 On .«.uKU4t till be resolved a letter from tbe prisoner, dated Castlo-vlew, Netler, near Southampton, sia-.lfut that owing to the suddsu death of his mother he would be at the above address some time, and It being their own property. If he eould find good stores In Southampton he should commence buslmsa at onee. On August 9th the Invoice of roods to the amount of 433 odd was forwarded to prisoner. and on the Itth of the earns mouth those goods were despatched to him upon the representation of the letter dated August i. On
day. and asked for a further remand. He. however, called Mr. C. Hood, printer, Alblbn-bulldtogs, Southampton, who said he knew a person who resided at No. a. Kriery. street. Guildford, under the name of Henry Hudson, In August last He was thsn travelling In the grocery line. He now knew that Hudson waa the of the prisoner, who bad offices under thsm at their works In H udson waa a young man about 2) ye are of ape. The letter produce! waa In tlia handwriting of Hudson, lie having eeeOblm write. This letter was ths one referred to by Mr. Klllby. stating prisoner, as a straightforward man. could be truiied.—Cross-examined by Mr. dhutte: Witness never hsd any dealings «Hh Hudson directly, but as agent to ---— er. be had Indirectly. He knew nothing of Hud-
here made seme rSmarts that were quite Irrelevant to the case, but was stopped by the Ueneh.-wbo objected to such
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plalnant, who bad glvsn his evldenee In _ ..., ,..r~ manner. — Complainant, In farther crois-exsmlnstion. •wore that ha had never, dlrectlfto Ihdlreetly, accused the defendant of having stolen his fowls i hot be did say thai some of hla fowls bad been stolefi« ho. however, did not charge anyone with stalling them, although ho addreased these remarks to .defendant. Aftar ho had received tho blows from defendant, be went on to his work. — Mr. Klllby'* defence was that thero had been a feud bet wen the partlea for some time, and complainant having beaten defendant's child bs relented It t and then oomplalnsnt accused him of stesting hla fowls, and be knocked him down.—Mr. Klllby then, called defendant's son. Henry Pelham. aged 13. who. said on Sunday afternoon laat he wu on ths Common when complainant came up and boxed his ear*, aad be went home and told his fathsr.-By tho Court i Complain,nant charged btm with calling him names. — By Alderman Emanuel, 11a nsvsr had called him any names, but be had at ruck complainant's child. -Defendant. In auawer to the Chairman, said be ran after the last witness because lie saw him throwing stones st hi* fowls —The boy. Henry relham. In answer to Mr. 1 egler, said he did throw stones st complainant s fowls on Sunday.—Mr. Pegler: THera's a good boy. It Is always much batter to apeak the truth —The Chairman said.
woman, of «. Hose Cottages, lie vol*-valley. was siimmonsd for using insulting language towards James Temple.—
siding next door to <1
the prisoner,
sou a means.—Mr. Dreary said on a future occasion prisoner would be ehargrd with obtaining a large quantity of tobacco from afirm at Bristol -Prisoner was then reman,led formally until Saturday, when It was arranged lie should be further remanded until the following Thursday, when the G»ao will be sgalu gone Into.
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Dbdvk a»d Incapable.-George Hedges, employed at the Gasworks, and living at Kreemantle, was charged by P.O. 1'ecJtbam with being drunk and Incapable at Bleebrn-d#n at a quarter to le o'clock on Saturday morning. Defendant waa so drunk that he iiad to be taken to the station on a truck.—Not being known ho was dlschsrgad, with a caution Bot to offend again.
Drunk abd llcoomo—John Deward. a Dutchman, waa charged by P C. Grevlile with placing himself In a position
l the road, and aald J,
had said.— Wheeler was called and deposed that defandanr pointed te Temple, sad uid.'ilbat maa la a <; > aad stabbed my husband with a prong." Ha did not see ths complainant Insult defendant in any way.—Defendant, in defence, stated oomplsloant was lu the hsbU Of. staring at bar. and putting a kiy to his ere ; sad she merely said. "That waa the matt that * tabbed my husband with a prone. —The Chairman told defendant aha bad do right to do thla,aa It might eauae « breach of the peace, and bound her over to keep the peace for six months, and to dsfcBdaaTwas0libBtakdL^"**"* husbsnd being ball, the COUNTY BKNCH.—TtJKSDAT.
Before J. Bernard. Keq.
Qoabbu. bbtwzb* cabmba —George Jarvla. a cabman, was brought up on a warrant, charged with threatening to kill William Cooper, another cabman, at Netley. on the 30th of November.—The complainant said the defendant was drunk when the affair happened, and be did not wish to press the charge against hlm.-Defeodaut was ordered to psy the costs, sod the case dismissed.
Gfeat Muttrut of Qtal Britain. Part L Messrs. Ca*s«ll, Patter, kind Galpin.—In the manufacturing districts of our country this work will command a prodi.' gious sale, as It includes a history of the great things our manufacturers have achieved in ' their mighty struggls to phce England at the head of the working world. The proteases, too, of manufacturep-vaicly Interesting lo themselves-are clearly de«cnbcd In a very attractive manner. Added to ibess merits we are to bare biographies of some of the especial chiefs among the '• Captains of Industryfirst of whom cornea Sir Thomas Bax'ey. The idea of the work Is a novel one. and will no cirried out with all the skill and care Messrs. Cassefl display in the production of their unrirailed esriee of works "The Great Industries of Great Britain" is admirably Illustrated and beautifully printed, and equally adapted to adorn the library of the millionaire manufacturer, or to Instruct the "hands" whose toil has supplemented his own energy and skill in creating bis fortune.
A sitting of this Court u..- w* a—,. .. >.■• Court-house, Caatle-square. before P. M. Leonard. Esq.. judg^ there being Ofcy new plaints, one adjourned. oi
— The plaintiff sued *
default, and one Judgemeat^u
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also drunk and tried to sing, snd got a large crowd hlmand^refuaedtogoaway.—11a waa sent to hard labour
kntcbixo the Wnoxo HoDSE—Willlam McEwlng. a plater employed at the Woolston Works, was charged with belug found on the premises of Thomss Henry I'ridle. In Chantry*road, for an unlawful purpoae.—Prosecutor said ho had known the man for years, but could not say how lie got there, but he did not wish to press the charge, as he thought he had got iuto his house through drink.— Defendant Was then discharged.
Drunk and Usino Obscenr Lahouaoi-.. - Sarah Re lman was charge 1 by P C Kmury with being drunk and using obscene and sbuilro language In Canal-walk, on Saturday nlgliL-The officer said defendant's language was of the most disgusting character possible, and she waa sent to hard labour for 14 days.
DR0KK ami) assaulting a polictjsan.-Wllllam WUson. a quartermaster on board tha P. and O. Company's steamer Thibet, was ths n?xt placed It/the dock, charged with bciog drunk and assaulting P C. B. Klslder in tho execution of his duty.—The officer found inlsoner In Bridge-road. at 1 o'clock that morning, knocking up agslnst tlio abutters, vary drunk. He said he was going to his ship, and witness directed him the way. About ten minutes after he found prisoner In Tcrmlnns-terrace. doing tho same thing. Ho refused to go away, and used very bad language, and atrurk him a deliberate blow In the throat The second blow kuorked Ills iiilmet Into jho road, aud on taking him Into custody lie butted him In tho stomach. >\ Ith the assistance of another conitable they got him to the station;—PC. Kmcrr gavo corroborative evidence.— Defendant admitted having had some drink, but was not *" ' * " 'i officer first got hold of bub by the
and fined defendant its and eoata. or 31 Jars, and had not bis ship been going lo s a ha would hare been icnt to jail Without tho option of a fine
WILFUL Dam ao r-—Albert Parker, a youth, was charged with stealing a portion of a wooden fence round a tree in tho Avenue.—PC. Holland said he was In the A venae shortly after midnight on Sunday, aud heard a noise as of wrenching of wood. About five minutes after prisoner eamo up to him with tho wood produced in his band, aud In answer to Ills questions said he picked it up ou the footpath. Witness told him ho heard biro wrench It from tho paling. Prisoner then throw the wood down, and ran away. Witness caught him. snd took him back to the wood, and then compared It with that which had been wrenched off. and found it corresponded.—Mr. Jamca Kgerton. havward of the Common, said tho wood produced waa part of a tree guard in the Avenue, belonging to the Corporation, and the damage done amounted to Is. A great deal of damage had bean done these guards lately.— Mr.G. P. Perkins: Yes. and tho other day considerable daroege was done to the drinking fount-': in ths Avenue. —Mr. Conk soy : 1 ram go farther. T s havo be?n
cot down la the Writ Marlauds.—T» > • ■ said much damage waa done In this wayjabou. ,wn. and the
instflstrates were determined to put a a**, to It, and sent prisoner to hard laboar for It dara.
Sundat Amusements.—PIvo lads, named Grant. Aicock. Barrett, Batchelor. and Bryant, belonging to St. Mlohanl, "1 charged with playing at gltch and loss at West-
said the magistrates were determined V
.ougman aald there were n

gan*s of ^hese
___ —» surrendered -morning.—The c*se was adjournal for a month, when all the dofendauta will have to appear, and If found offending "gain would bo severely punished.-This nuls»nce on a Suuday morning at West-quay snd the Western-shore, road is so great that respectable, people do not care to pass that way. —On the boy Grant waa found some dice.
Scuool Boabd l'BOSECUTioaa.—Hrnry. Walklugsliaw, of Bu.'lo-itreet. was summouoJ for not somllng his soui la school.—This waa a bad case, as defendant has been fined before, but co do purpose, and now there were two summonses against hlm.-He fiosd Ss. to be paid at one*. —Samuel Brown, of Baek of.the.Walls, waa similarly summoned, but tho case waa adjourned for a month.
Before J. H.Cnoksey Ksq. (Chairman). Aldermen Kmanual and LainU A. Pegler. J. T. Tucker, H. J. Bucban, aud
ke'o lectin a TO -'uppoRT a cnu.d—Krtderlck Marsh, a dock labourer, of 4. Trinity-road, was brought up on a warrant, charged with having neglected to pay up his con-trlbuilons to Ann Plovd. In support of her Illegitimate child, of whlrh be had been adjudged the father.—Tho amount owing was *l l*s Cd.-The caae waa adjourned to see If defeuuiut could make aomo arraugemunta to pay the money.
The <4tonrethrowing Nuisance. — William Bensuxl, a youth, waa taargvd with wilfully (hrowlog stours In tho Noriham-road\lie previous night.—Mrs. White, keeper of a general shdp^n Uio Nortbsm-road. said a number of boys threw stfnes nljhlly ; and tho previous night she caught defenllsut In ti,e\ct of throwing stones amongst a nsinbcr ofVot^ers.-Ue was fined Ss and It 6d oosts. and In defadtt 7 da) a.
DasTtruTE.—Thomas George Dlxm was brought no for wandering about without any visible m U-neo. — The man had been removed U Guernsey by the Guardians of tho Poor, bu bsck again by the authorities at Guernsey, ...» .
bail been wanderlug about without any visible subsistence.—Inspector Harris said delandant catno to the " tlou last week for an order for the tramp ward, wnen caused him to be dotaluod. being afraid be would be ud dead In the street —Defendant was ordered U be t to the workhouse, until arrangements could be made j his place of settlement.
but had been sent
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- s chaTgid Sr PC. Martin with being drunk and In-
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bosje. from What be heard, he weal to look aftar thade-

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fendant for balance of account for work dons to bis muslo — • - • receipts showed that the
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It* Henrt Toomse. Builder, Chantry-road. Southampton.—Mr. \y. A. Klllby made an ap-"........^ " " "
Mr. W.( II. Davis, accountant and i malt, gentleman. Brinton's auctioneer. Above-bar. from proceeding t otherwise disposing, of certain household furniture, stock, and effects in the possession of Toomer at the time ha filed Ids petition.—It appeared that the debtor was In pos-session of certain goods prior to 1B7«, when be bccame'ln-
dobtel to Mr. Carmalt In a snm of moeey. a ______
"* " gone through, though they never I
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the debtor's bouse ; i agreed that Carmait rental of £7 10s per annum. Prem
a~debtor by marriage!
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knowledge that the defendant had filed his petition. Mr.
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. sal until after'a mrstlng of the creditors; because, according to the terms of the agree/nent, Carmait had no right to take possoailon of them, the rent for them having been paid, and there being no power to determine ths hire or get back the goods.— His Honour said the gentleman who had taken possesiion of the ?ooda would be held responsible for them—Mr. Klllby said a similar order had been, msde in that Court, and it would be hector for the receiver to hold the g«odi. or they might have a ca»e like that which occurred a abort time previously, where a party holding Che goods had himself filed lili petition —His Honour: When were the goods removed T - Mr. Klllby t Some of Cbem yesterday, and Che remainder this morning.—His Honour : Are they going to b" sold 7-Mr. Klllby : They havo been removed to Mr. J. White's. Cho auctioneer, and no doubt they will be sold. I only want a restraining order until next week-Hls Honour : Very well. I will make Che rescralulng order for ouo week.—Ordor made accordingly.
Two powerful war veswls have besn added to the navy of Great Britain by the acquirement of Che ironclad Payki Sberref, and her sister ship, at present unnamed, and on the stocks at ths adjacent building-pvrd of Messrs. Samuda, nearly opposite Greenwich. The latter vesiel is far from complete, and has none of her armour fixed ; but ths Payki Sherref is quite finished, and furnished ready for sea, and the other vssael is proposed to bs like her in every respect. Technically speaking, the Payki Sherref is an iron armour caied corvette, with a raised fighting battery deck amidships. The battery deck rises from below the walerline to a height of about 18 feel, and mounts four 25-ton guns, 12-inch muEile-loaders, wbioh are already on board, having besn provided by Sir Wm. Armstrong when the ship Was built for Che Turkish Government, more than a year since, and detained as contraband of
There Is ample room to work the guns, the battery desk being an octagon of about 60 feet; while the gum, whioh are somewhat short In the chase, are 16 feet in length. The projectile! as well as the guns are already on board, consisting of 669 12 inch sbqt and shell for the big gum, and some 200 for the 9-pounder guns, which will probably be mounted in the bow, and astern. The larger projectiles comprise 240 chilled shell, on the Palllser principle. 100 chilled shot, 240 common shell, 70 shrapnel, and 170 segment shells. The
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of iron protecting cho batten varying from 9& Co 10& Inches. The main deck, which will be nesrly level with the water. Is composed of &-lnch plates of armour, encased in oak. Tpon this main deck is erected a spar or hurricane deck, containing the officers' quarters and ether appointments ; but the assumption Is that all this deck would be shot away in action, leaving only the armour-defended battery and submerged bull as a mark for the enemy. _
The designer of the ship was Hemit Pacha, of the Turkish navy, and for her length she is remarkably spacious. She measures between perpendiculars 245 feec. and has a breadth of nearly 60 feet even at a few feet from the stem and storn. The saloon apartments handsonisly decorated and furnished, partly in the Turkish and partly in English fashion. The ship's crew, officers and men. will number 300. Her burden in tons is 3075, builder's measurement, and her draught of water '9 feet forward and 19 fe6t 6 inches aft. She is profiled by a pair of ennine* constructed by Messrs. ifaudilay and Field, haung a nominal horse power of 600, and 3900 Indicated. The armour-piercing projectiles for her heavy guns weigh each 6001b. and arrangements made for stowing 17 rounds wich each gun. There sceam steering apparatus and wheels to be worked by hand, both on tho battery deck and under cover of the lower d- ckj aad provision Is made to cook for 350 men, while 13 tanks are on board to contain 3000 gallons
An official survey has also been made of another Turkish ironclad, the llamldie, detained undsr similar oircumsCances in the Victoria Docks. She Is placed with twelve Inchee of iron on 14-inch teak, and two Inner plates each of 2J inches of Iron, and Is pierced for twelve 18-too guns, supplemented by some lighter guns on the upper deck, but none *f the gune are yet on board. »he has a length of 860 feel with 60 feet beam, and her engine!, which have been supplied by Messrs. Maudslay, are exceptionally powerful. She ham no turrets, and fights her guns from the main deck.
Tbb Mabcb or IbtsLlect.—1Tha werld oooaelonally wll-Ma s tbaappesranoa of a man prtnemiuant among Vu fallows. who leaves his mark epon the world either for pad or for evil. Our oentnry has
ph/aioiaa and philanthropist.
— —- unusually fruitful fu a. military hero, our philosopher, c par tulUnet; we have, s'---

perianoe of long aiporlaienU. aad enJlal •has bestowed upon the wor l-oeof lb« greateit treasures, Ja the form of his oOsbraW .'ills and Ointment. By their lmtrumrntality health Is placed within the reach of all that Will avail themselves of them. The/ have reoommsnded tbsms«l«ei everywhere by their beneficial cCeete, and are ww known cbroaghoBt the oirilieed world. We are alad to know that eotenW unbounded fame, but a considerable for
example of Bp.In. have become large consumers of these
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,nd public meeciag. The eutraoco to the ball, the platform, and ssveral tables wsre adorned with cboics plsntt. kindly lent by Mr. Kingsbury, of Bsvols-talley, and over the platform was a canvas with the words, neatly-executed in blue and red, "God bless our Pastor ; thus demonitracing the affeccion which exists between the minister (the Rev H. S. Earl, M.A.) and the members Of the church. The tea was supplied by Mr. Bull, of South Front, and was esrved in a manner that did him great credit and that gave the utmost satisfaction to all who partook of it, the number being about 500.' In the evening a puolic meeting was held, whsn the ball-was well filled. The Pastor presided, and
the platform. After the meeting had been opened with prayer by Mr. Bxley, the ehoir gave a practical- exhibicion of their musical Want bv singing the anthem " I am so glad."—The Rev. H. 8. Earl, who was greeted with chssrs, said he need scarcely tell cbem that since fee bad laboured with them he had more than realised his most sanguine expectations in rsfersnoe to congregations and professlsns of church membsrship. Two years ago he caose amjng Ihem a scranger-he was a stranger in a strange land—but at ths present time, thank God, he Was no strangsr to them (applause). Before him bs could see ra«ny whi were bound to him by strongsr cords than those of human friendship — Chey wars bound together by those spiritual curdi which bind them to che throne of God and their Redeemer. In looking over the past thsy could rsjoice at what the Lord had done, and take courage for tho future. The number of member* of the church msscing in that placs from Lord's day to Lord's day was nesrly 200. ile did not speak of ths congregations, which were large and crowded, but of those who had been brought to the Lord Jesus Christ, aoknowlsdging Him Lord of All. They had grsu reason Co thank God, and be determine,', by the Lord's help, to conlinue in their work of faith and labour of love (applauis). — A quartetce *ai creditably rendered by members of the choir, entitled " God ie a Spirit." Mr. H. Meadows thsn procisdsd to give alecCureon " The Remlniscenceeof New Zsaland," anJ prefaced his IscCurs by briefly describing a trip hs made Co chat country, and the lecturer cauisd much merriment by introducing many peculiar characteristics which belong to the Inhabitants of that part of the world. After the lecture, which was very incercaining throughout, the choir sang with much spirit " Gloria," and the Rev. Mr. Karl followsd with a reading, given in an Impressive manner. A part-song (sacred) having besn rendered by the chqir la capital etyle, Mr. E. Kxley addressed the meeting. He said that when he entered the room that evening and saw the va t gathering ha thought " What is Che meaning of ic all J" Bot be felt that it was all to the honour and glory of Jesus' name. When he looked upon the meeting he was lsd to believe that it was a testimony te Christ. The high stsndard — chs banner of Jesus Chriit — bad been felt all over England, and even In the far weit of Australia. The Gospel spoke in this way—" Follow Me: take the whole armour of God; fight the good light;" and he urgsd them to persevere in their Christian duty, and to " fight Che good fight." Three hundred years ago Luther lifced up Che TruCb, but they told him thai the world was sgainst him ; but be said " Let us have the Truth, and lift it high," and Mr. Exley said the same yrand object rsmained for chem Co do aC the presenC day. He concluded by trusting that Gad would still be with them and blsss them.—Mr. Coop briefly addressed the meeting, observing that he was dollgliCod that their keynote Chat evening was ' Crown Him Lord of All," and he hoped oae and all would bow wich sweet subjection to His authority.—The choir having rendered very beautifully "Thou art the King of Glory," and the Rer. Mr. Earl given ano.her reading, Mr. Meadows proposed a vote of Chanks to Mr. Kxley and Mr. Coop for their instructive addraues, co Mr. Kingsbury for ths plants he 10 kindly lane thsm, to all chose ladiei and gentle-who bad contributed to cbe comfort of those pre-
they bs* discoursed to them that evening. This---
seconded by Mr. fiuiaby. and earned by acelamatior, ' very interesting meeting was closed by the singing anthem by the choir, who must have spared no pains in preparing the musical part of the programme, was carried out to perfection, and rcflsccsd great on the ability of Mrs. Harper.

A numerously attended meeting of the reprassntatives of the various cricket clubs using tbe public grounds in che tloglande was held on Saturday evening aC 52, Above Mr. A. J. Dyer was in tbe chair, and Chose present favoured with tho attsndance of Mr. Councillor Lungley, a member of the Marsh and Markete Committee of the Town Council. Among those who attended wsre members of the St. Mary's, Southampton, Mercantile Msrine, St. Luke, Holy Trinity, West Marlands, Avsnue, Albion. Red Star. Royal Mail, Victoria, and Deansry Clube, letters being received from others unavoidably absent. The Chairman etaced chat he bad communicated with the boreugh surveyor (Mr. Lemon), and he read from blm a letter stating that the wishes of tbe clubs with regard to some extra accommodation would be carried out before the commericemsnt of the
lutiofi" That the hearty chanks of this meeting be tendered to the Corporation for all that has been done by them in providing for cricket in the public grounds. That the represeatatives now present point out to Che Council the growing requirements of the cricket com munity in Southampton as shown by the numerous applications this evening for the use of the grounds; and with a view of obtaining an enlargement of the existing facilities, this meeting respectfully asks the
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see.corner near the Strand-road." The resolutioa was carrisd with acclamation. It was resolved to open the season in ihe public ground on the last Saturday in April by a match in which elsvsn of the Southampton Club will play against sixteen selected by Mr. \V. (lawyer. A ballot for ths use of the gronnde on Saturday afternoone. two daye being specially reserved for the benefit of future claimants aud those who are not connected with clubs, resulted as follow*
West Marlands
West Marlands Albion
lag direct Importer" Mess:
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flavour of their tecs; It ia well known thatjAuon of t
.-i great strength, delicious' Barber, '< *ter—Powell and Bern. Chea.stj.
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Exdcori'os or rni Isx.» or Wjobt Muuun.— Tbe eecond private execution within our county jpneon took placj on Monday mornW. when James Caffyn salered the extreme penalty ef tie law bribe murder of Maria Barber, at Elmfield, Ryde, in tbe house of her father. It will be remembered that prieoqer aud deceased met In the hop gardene of Kent, and came thence home to her father's houed, be not bav^og seen her, fr~ some years, and abe having lefI ber husband. Jhei was evidently a strong affection between them, but it cooled on her elds, and tbe deceased eventually desired to leave blm, and offered all the money she bad to him If he would let her go. He entirely oppoeed It, and worde passed between them that fatal afternoon, tbe reeult being that Caffyn seined a small axe, and with three blows killed the poor woman, and sealed hit Own fate. He made no reel attempt to escape from justice, and when taken the day after the mnrder he made a full admission of his guilt, adding that what he had done be had done with a good bearr, and was willing to die. If he had his will no more women ehoeld be allowed Co live with men, for chat was the cause of many murders. His demeanour from the time of bis apprehension was cold and reserved, and at his trial, when Mr. C. Mathews made an eloquent address to the jew In hie defence, he almost alone remained imperturbable and etolid, receiving the verdict of "guijty" unmoved and bearing tbe learned Judge's address and ths law's drsad sentence in'the most stoical mannsr, after which he left the dock with " Think you, my lord." There wsre do attempts lo obtain a mitigation of eentecce. Whilst awaiting. his fate the prisoner applied himself to tbe ministrations of the Rev. J. Lad broke, and listened to bis earnest exhortations. ' During hid brisf tenure of .life his brothsr visited him twice, but no other person, and he made no erateiAent whatever. He received tbe
night and ate a hearty breakfast on Monday morning, having also stated to the chaplain that be bkd a good hope of God'* mercy. Shortly before 8 o'clock the Under-SberifL{Mr_T. B. Wood ham) arrived to perform his part of the reslancboly duty, and Dr. .Butler (priaon surgeon) Joined him, also CapL Hill, U>e governor. At
Manoed wad ec-pted h eoner, who la this, as In all else, waa perfectly cairn. At lis completion the chaplain in hie surplice, the executioner, and (he prieoner, came out of the cell and passed along a gallery, down a etalrcase. In Co the yard, where the drop wae erected. Prisoner moved rapidly, evincing no appearance of nervousness, and mounted
deach. The chaplain read the three first sentencee of the Burial Service, such as are read when a grave la reached, and whilst these solemn werda wsre being uttered slowly and distinctly. Mar wood, with remarkable .peed, made all ready, and at the words " Most merciful Saviour, deliver us not into the bitter pain* of eternal death," tbe eupport of the drop Was withdrawn and tbe platform fell with a heavy thud. Tbe condemned struggled convulsively for about three minutes, when the sensation of fseling wae pronounoed extinct, although the heart beat for tsn minutee after the falL From leaving Ihe cell to Che fall of tbe platform less then five minutes elapsed, and the prisoner never uttered a word . -l . - ■ righ the presence of emotion.
_ Invalids who suffer ffooi asthma,consumption,' debility, nervoasosse dlessee* of tfie heart, liver.drojfcy, Ac., are invited to try tbe efficacy of the .Hlaiai. PaooxM, ihe success of which is testifiedio by many clerrj-me*. medical men and others.' Fire mlntilee practical common sense sdvice on the treatment of dyspepsia, neuralgia, fits, rbeumatjera, nnstrdng nerves, weakness, exhaustion, waeting, &c., with diet rulee, imtruetione for self-cure, and tbe restoration of health end vitality. Will
London. When the nervosa system is sxbkusted and (he mental faculties are hi a state of prcetratlcn, the H srdal Paoofss restores the emaciated frame. Imparts vigour to tbe intellect, inducae healthy appetite, nacural snd re--freshing sleep, nunflea tbe blood from all taint of diseass, aad Increases the nervous power.
HEALTHY LIPB amaintained
by the great herhal medicines kaswn all
Europe as specific remedies for deWlRy, tenanm^---
and all the exhausting or wasting diseases of 300th ahd manhood. In every case of disease they are guaranteed to restore vigorous health, purify che systsm, end impart
''Dt'THoVs'osT'raiVBBSAL PIIL8 Irj.riOj cure lon^ago, pavel, pains in the back, goul.rbeumaciam, skin diieases, discharges of all klads, and any complaints of the kidneys and liver. In every ailment thsy gite instant relief anJ invipprBting the system;' Prioe lsl|d per box. of every Chemist In the world, or ssnt free by post on receipt of 14 penny stamps by Dr. THOMSON, the enormous sale these-pills" have attained for many years past and the daily receipt of testimonials of core of nearly all the diseasee (be human bodjris liable " warrant* the proprietor in assarting that they a*e most efficacious medicine ever iesusd. Five minutee plain common sense advice to invalids, on tbeasll «ure of all nervous affections, debility, and conaD*. THOMSON'S TuNIO BL1XIR restores health, strength, and energy le tbe most shattered .or brpksi-down coastitucjon with as much certainty as that water quenches thirst, and cures weakness, relaxation, exhaustion, consumption, cough, depression 'of spirits, giddiness, nsrvonsnsss, neuralgia, deafness, ffu, epilspsy, and all lbs distressing consequences of debility,which coo often harass poor sufferers ever ths best yean of life. This life-giving tenic unites with tbe Meed, repairing every nerve and muscle, and has restored health and vigour to thousands, who now snjoy strong nerves, firm-nssscf flesh, rsgular appetite, and frsiLnsss of com-plsxion. Pries 2s 9d, 4s id, k lis per hotels, of svsry chsmist In lbs world, or sent direct en receipt of lis Infos tags stamps or by post office ordsr payable to RALPH THOMSON, 65, Bartholomew-road, hestisb-town, London. These medicines are used all over the world. Sold by Dowmsn, ChippsrfisW, chemists, Benin.
All suffsrers from any form of this distressing compleial are earnestly invited to send to Mr GOODMAN, as be can guarantee them relief. Hi* remedy has been suocesiful In thousands of Instances, and it Is now made known, as a public duty, by advsrtising. , In every
who have been at any time, compelled to wear belts, bandages, trusses, or othsr galling supports. Persons In any part of the world can have the Rsmedy sent to them with inscrucilons for use. on receipt of Isn shillings, by Post-Office Order, payable at che General Pest Office, te WILLIAM GOODMAN. 19, Ryland wad, KemUeh. town, London. TeitimoniaU—ussd with the consent of the wricers. "My rupture has not appeared since. I consider it a miracle lo be cured after Z7 years suffering. John Cork," ** My servant wishes ml to write and say that her rupture is quite welL Mrs. DidcoL" " I left off support three dsyssgo, rodeeleven miles on horseback all yeiterday. and have felt no pain whatever. J. Hurst, K#q." " My double rupture bas not been down sines, though I wslk thirteen miles/every day on duty, J.P." " 1 am thankful to throw my truss away, after sufleting much feeOyenrB. O.M." '
The proprietors of this Company hfve no cause to be ditsppointed with the reiulc* of the last half-year. Oui of an increase of £45,768 In the take, Ihey have obtained an addition to the net revenue of £27,819. or about 60 per cent, of Ihe grose receipts. • This addition
the net profits enables ths Company to pay a d|vid« or 6.\, a* agaiiut 6i |a*t year, and to carry forward very re*pectablo balance cf £|4,142, or almost twice
much as the surplu* last year, tbe lnorea*e In v orbing expenses during the half-year was £17.669 The Increase has been prinsipally undsr that large and con-cinuslly growing head of " craffic expenies " which sCand ^c about £14,500 mere than insuite of the increased number carried, a decreass of £1,727. The it-con 1-class receiite, however, show an addition of £3^(M, while in Ihe third-class traffic there is e saciifactory increase of £22.633. With tbe extra amount received from the issue of season liokets and Other minor sources, the receipts In this branch of tho revenue are £23.543, and In the goods and mlnsrals £17,846, In excess of those of the corresponding period of tbe previous year. The expenditure on capital B-count during the past half-year was £199.996,of which £122,077 was on lines open for traffic, £21.172 on lines in course of ebpstruction, snd £51,979 on additional work-log stock. Considerable progress, the report states, M
Errs s & c >«.—GaiTarcL Coaroariao.—" By ai
thorough kno-lodge of the natural laws which gjvem iha operations of digestion and nutrition, aud by a careful application of the fine properties,of well-ielecteo 0000a. Mr. Epus has provided our hreakfait tables With a dtlloateir fl.Toured beverage whleh may save ns m»ny heavy dootor's bills. It is by the judicious use ofsach articles of diet, that constitution may Be gradually built uj an'it strong enough; j re»i»t every tendency to diet see. Hundred! of subtle wa]a*UCocons ass Oocds should be got rid of at once or they lay settle on the Lungs. A severe Oeld ha* burn known to •ill a delicate eerson. and plant tbe seodsof Consumption in a strong one. If a Cold 1* not cured vriihtn a reasonable time it will frequently pass into the Cossaiaptire *tage, and whether it oan ba cured then ia a matter ef great doubt. The sympten* are periodical cough, hectic flashings, tightness or epprealen of Cbe cheit, shortneo ef breath, sudden pallor, Wsa of appetite, langour, deprwSlon. IrritabOity, drowsiness —ilas Li the chest. £o-t ie. Tbe Arrant Parxa, prepared
irepresnaiea the air ef the apartment with a pi fragrant and balmy vapiur, which, when iubaied, claara
•« ef all accumulation*, and win cur* a fresh Cold In a leurs and prevent all danger. This remedy cure* without medicine, inconvenience, or expense, any ef the following *To CoBSDBrrivas.—CeBstrvraoa is Coaaa(,s.-,A esxtala me thou 01 cure ha* been discovered for this d is trailing 00m-
doubt the most remarkable remedy W the age. Tbensaad* bare been cured by It. fufl particulars will be seat by post to any per a- a free of charge.— Address 1—Mb. WlLLtaks, 10,
action of Quinme In destroying the disease germ* existing In slmoet, every cosstitation. Is considerably aaeistod by —

A Physician, who for thirty years has practised in Dlsesies ef lbs IIsir, bas discovered a POMADE which will In every case Reetors lbs Hsijln baldaets from any, causs, and produee whisksrs, mctfitachios. eyebrow*, &o.. ib a month. For general nte. It pressrves tbe hair, prevents its fslllng off. checks dryness, and restores the colonr, eradicates scurf and dandrlff, kseps the bead clean and cool, and the hair soft and glossy. Ladiss will find It promotes tbe curl and wave of ths hair, and that tbe exquisite perfume Is nniqee; it is used by thousand* oI Mothers In the Nnrssrr,- to beautify children's hair and prevent baldness, scurf or anv falling in after life. Ths Kecipe, hf plain BngiUb, which any one can prepare for a few pence, will be ssnt free by post on receipt of six penny stamps end a directed savslope by Mr. H. ERNEST, 17, Crown-terrace, Haverstock bill, London. • '
ADVICE GRATIS. A %edicml m*n
upwards of twenty-six yssrs In London practies, has publishsd a work showing the true caue* of ttervoc*, Mental, and Physical Debility, lownes* of spirits, indigestion, want of energy, premature decline, kc., wich Cbe means of cure; whereby tlie following maladies are speedily and permanently removsd and vigorous health restored. Hv*ry form and varlsty of debility, spsrmatorr-hcea, lassituds, depression of spirits, loss of energy and appetite, pains in the back #nd limbs, timidity, sslf* distrust, loss of solituds. groundless fears.pslpiiatisn of the heart, nolsss in the head and ears, indscision, ii paired sight and memory, indigestion, and bodily pi stration of, the whole system. The most importsnt f* . that these alarming complaints, may be easily removsd isclssrly demonstrated, and tbe entirely , nair end uniformly' successful treatment as fallowed out by the author fully explained, by which all sufferers are enabled to cure Ibsmselvss perfectly, at tbe least possible cost, without taking quack medicines, or running up a doctor's bill. Tha book will be eenl on receipt of a stamped snd directed envelope, by Dr. RU8SELL 61, CLARENCE-ROAD, KmaTIdH^TOWy, LOBDOM. Thousands el sufferers who bad fallen Into a bad state havs borne grateful testimony to the value and simplicity of ihe advice given, which bss perfectly restored Cbem to
FAMILY WA8HXB0 BOOK-fer we ^Barter or 13 weeks, price 2d ; for one year, price 6d—Can be lad Bt C. BAVNEM Wholesale and B*tall jfewapepe, and Stationery Establishment, 21, BRIDGE STREET, SOUTHAMPTON.
bbkcham's PILLS have now been before tho Pablio between Twenty and Thirty Year*, aud the rapid sale from Ihe commencement, aad the*tiil increasing demand by tha Public Is one of the beat gnarai&leea to tha 5*rvous and Debilitated. Thousands, ia every sphere of life, with one voice pronouncn them the best, the aofeit, and the surest for eradicstine all ilioes complaint* to which flesh is nelr to. They Hand without a parallel j and have ths largsst *ale of any Patent Medicine in the world.
Disorders, auch a* Wind and Pain in the Slomach, Sick Ucadaehe, O.ddiness, Fullnes* and Swelliu* after Meal*, Diamine** acd Drowainea*. Cold Chills. Flushing* of Heat,
is.' aaf&rxss
a %%% ita
la no Action, for they ha»e done it ia thousands of
proprietor otthese. PUls.having obtained (at great
---J) a patent for them, he challenge* the whole world
to a'oduce a medicine equal to them fcr removing ths above-named complaints, and restoring the patient to sound
Beecham's Magic Cough Pills.
Aa a remedy for Conoha in general, AsUuaa, Diffloulty In anyone labouring under any of the aboveoomplalnta need
distressing, and, whenneglectea/dsligerOus canplalnts. Let anv person troubled with any of the above complaints give "SeMBvWMt wfujn'a short time beremoredA
ataana.. . : 1 ' WJUBUl X A
'i Mi B<—Stall dlraetlens aru given With Wx.1 -,J w' WOtXB A'OCIMKAa BOXlil ml I',?(M
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U CONSUMPTION. BRONCHITIS A&THMA, Bid all affectione of tbe Throat and Chest, axi atUckly
to test the efficacy of tbeee medksinee. A Sample Bottle will be sent by post to all applicants en !«x$c .of 4d In stamps, to pre-pay postage : also a Treatise oa Throat and Lung Complaints of 49 large octavo pages. A rtiort descripCion of case should be given. Address, Lond P* Brown, 2, King-stree', Covent Oarden,
obtain ease- in a short time, even wken
and cored.
You may make what use jfta like of my name.
Gentleman,—I hare snff«^l fbr B or 9 rear*, off *nd on With Rheomatiopaln*. and have tried one thing and another, hot nothing ba* gi'*» me eo much relief aa your Indian Tiucture. Ionly took two ooeee, and am new quite free from
SelB Mmkem-FiBDO: & 80^ MaJhaM.
Fabdo»'8 INDIAN Tinctobb it sold by all Chemist, but if not in stock any Chemist osb procure it from his Wholesale London House; and it is worth trying, as it very seldom fsils to give the greatest relief.
Southam*ton. Mr. H. Hunt, Mary's.itrset. I.amdfobt, Mr. ©. W. Brown; 214.Lake.road; Mr. J. Si aa* wood. Commerieal-road ; «Mr W. Hayles, 21, Arundle-streeu
Sold in Bottles, Is l&d,2s 31, and 4i 6d aac*.
I1 MIXTURB for CHILDREN has been used with the greatest success, for the simple reason that it is the safest and most effectual medicine that can possibly
poisd of various gums, syrups, and bslsamlo BrUelse well known to be useful in dispersing or " cutting " the phlegm, and in allaying inflammation, soothing irritation, and by their cooling and demulcent properties rcetcring the little euffarer to health and enjoyment. There is no Laudanum whatever in Nobis Brown's Mixtcbi.
asked is, What Is. Nomb . Wall, it. is certain to relieve, and in moat case* cure, any celd ot cough a child may have, moreover it does not do eo by msrely stilling ths cough, but by going to the cause of ths complaint In dispersing lbs phlegm, cooling the inflammed passages of the chest, and assisting lbs lungs to recover
In &roup%r Whooping Cough Ncaai Bbows's Mix tprb is vsry effectual, wbilet in Common Coughs and • Colds, It may be depended upon not only In the way of giving Relief but as a Cure.
When Infants are Culling their Teeth No MB Uaows s Mixtub* will be found of specie service, as it thoroughly cools tbe systsm, allaying the IrrilaClon of tbegtims, giving natural rest to the Child, and a quiet night to the parents. As we said before it doee not eonteln any Laudanum, but is a simpls preparation of valuable druge. A doee given at night. If the lictle one I* recti***, feverish, or in anyway out^of-sorts, will cause the Child to wake In the morning a* cheerful a* a cricket, with a eool comfortable skin, and the process of teething greatly asaiited.
Numb Bnowa'a Mitxdbb ie only made by Pardon and Soa, Chemist*, Maidstone, but may be had of the following Chemists, who have been appointed Agents la this DUtrict: —
EotrriiAMrTON : Mr. H. Hunt,St. Mary-itreeL Land-PORT: Mr. O. M. Brown, 219, Lake-road; Mr. 8taniwood, Commerclal^oad; and Mr. W. llaylss, 21, Arundle-street. Bold in Softies 7Jd, la l.J-1, aad 9d
SPHERE is scarcely a disorder of the body, -®- functional or organic. In which Quinine and Iron could not be administered wich good results. For intermittent fevers, as ague, low fever, and febrile symptom-in general, nothing can compare with it. Per proetraa tion of strengch contequent on long lllnek AT other
portable, always of a deflxlce strength.
Care most be taken when asking for Pepper's Quinine and Iron Tenlc ia the various cbemlste'sbope that it and no other is supplied, otherwise disappointment will remit. Bottlee 4s fld. lis, and stone jare 22a. __
Depreesion of spirits from any cause long continued snjures the health greally, and many suffer in this way for want of-a proper remedy.
For Cbe low nervous headache, commonly attendant on depression, especially if from mental, cause*, tho Quinine and Iron Tome will be found most useful; it re-invigorates tbe entire system, and speedily dissipates un-pleasant sensatiene ef a melancholic character.
Tb«i* are many derangements traceable to disorganisation of the nervous system far too numerous to mention in i> notice of this character, but some one of two are prominent and demand attention. ; ..
Neuralgia, a name for B hundred phases of suffering, and from which thousands are hourly complaining, is literally nervous pain; and although external remedies may for a time allay, they cannot cure. Ih cases ef this kind Quinine and Iron is absolutely necessary j it acts like a charm, and abundantly proves its influence lo controlling and regulating nereoue action. If one ie lufler-ing from anv malady in the leaet degree traceable to relaxation of the nerves, no time ehouldbe lost in taking Quinine and Iron. The effect will be at ence evident, aud rcatoration to health certain.
PEPPER'S QUINI&E AND IRON TONIC keeM by all cbemiete in bottles. 4s6d; next size. Us; itvno jars, containing six small bottlee, 22s each. _
It directly lnfloences the circulation of tbe blood In • remarkable manner by ellralqatlng »ll Impurities and accumulations that obstruct Its ffee transmission through the velne to Ihe heart. Itglvsa tbe proper cbemical and physical charectsristlcs, especially the red corpose'es eflciencv of whlob is easllf U$di6atod by unnatural pale, eeeof the cheeks and lips',-and'other appearances.
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" ■M.jaottOoaHLr RBouuiTs AND
RA^arouaedTsod perform* lU fuaetiona
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