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AND WINCHESTER NEWS.
llOaO'I CI/.A H .!3AKAJ1.'.'P
VOL. X—No. 559.]
OT7IOB AO A irBWBPAJBJL.
r] SOUTHAMPTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1878.
[EIGHT PAGES, ONE PENNY.
IMPORTANT PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT*!
OPENING Of THE
SOUTHAMPTON BOOT AND SHOE BAZAAR,
29, MIDDLE EAST STREET
(ADJOINING THE WES LEY AN CHAPEL},
TjVSTABLISHED to supply the Poblio with SOUND, FASHIONABLE,
■*-* *nd, above all,
.CHEAP 8BW2I BOOT8 AND 8HOE8,
Produced by * WHOLESALE 818MM o# Mknnf.otl.rt, iflteM by th* •** of POWERFUL MACHINERY. I f\ KOTS'TH* ADDRESS— ...... '
THEV^rfytjTHA MESON BOOT AttD 8fiOB B AZ A AS, », middle g&t.BUMaiwro, mm*,., Ciml,
» BISHOP & SONS, Proprietors.
N.B.—AR Good• marked In Plata Figure* and Sold for C*ah Only.
?APBE" HANGINGS FOR 1 67 8.
rTHE LAEGEST, CHEAPEST, and mat VARIED STOCK of PAPER HANGINGS
.4 ra S"nSa"°° " "" e*I"i0°' p"mUu a B' P",PPAKD'
.r —*«■*«stock, —
the nnlt'XVliili drawing! of tome of these gooJ* cannot fall to produce admiration, and to gratify BTOOT BATIN PAPEB8, fraL 10*d par plw#.
GOOD BODY OBOUNDS, &o« @W P«v pka*.
. . 2%" *«**■ ""Dot but gire the greatest satisfaction. Tbey abound with design, of great beauty and of highly-cniiDoa workmambip.
COTTAGE PAPERS from ONE FABTHINO A YARD.
TM. d.p.rti»«nt con,i,(i ofm .Imwt ondlM, ,,,1.1, In »hlch will b. found > malUtod. of nut p«lltrni.
adapt*! for tb. upper room, of wporlor dwolllngt --------'
IMITATION WOODS * MARBLES PANELIKOS, BORDERS, WASHABLE OILT M0OLT>INO8. it. BUILDER AND THE TRADE SUPPLIED.
VOTI TBI ADDnnflt
C. B. PHIPPARD,
Nob. 68, 64, and G6, FRENCH-STREET, SOUTHAMPTON.
SOUTHAMPTON BUSINESS CARDS.
23, Strand. But >tr«t.
22, Uiiper Portland terrace. 8tag Brewer/, Highfield.
[ A9. Oxford street.
2* B*f-. 37, Canal walk.
o; fembfoheaqtaaie. Bargat*. fu« Brewery, Highfield.
27. Abase,bar.
. 7, High itreat;
1. Verandah terra**, Lower Canal walk. ,1 9Q. 8u Mary atree*.
Pf. Mary s street (near the Deanery). • High "street (two door* Below B4r).
XAI, Sign Wri Advertising /
Ale and Porter Brewer.
Artist and Photographer. Auctioneer. House and Estate Agei Berlin Wool and Embroidery. Bookbinder.
Brush and Baeket Manufacturer. Cigar Importer and Tobacconist. Cooper^ Wiue and Dry).
C. J. Hucker, Osc*r Shields, w^w, J. Hitch,
Walter J. Hitch, William Berry,. W. Larbalestiet,


Pa^er-Hangiags.
Pork Butcher*
Pork Dealer and „___ ....
Portmanteau, Trunk, and Bag Makers Prepared Floor Boards.
Public Accountant.
Sewing Machines. =
Southampton Boot and Shoe Bass
Stock and Share Broker.
Surgeon Dentist.
Tailors, Outfitters, Shirt Maker*,
TlmberJderctianU
Tobasco Pipe Maker.
3&<- '*■ ''"i
othlera. Qasole* BrotUrs, 3d, Bernard street.
0. B. Phh>pard. 83.64, and W.Frauch (treat.
Bose and Rogers J 34, Upper Caul walk.
O. Wareham, U 45, Ba*tstreet. - h..
Webb Brother* 68.Oxford at. <2 mln. from By. station.). Driver. Jennings, A Capper,Steam Saw Mills, Threefield lane.
R. Whituxer, 3* Sussex road.
C. Isted, 16, Abo** Bar.
■ Bishop and Sons, J9, Middle Ra«t *treet.
Mill and Sohs, 58, Oxford street.
John J. Burnett, 2. High street.
G. T. Crocker, 12. Orchard place.
Bmannel and Son, High street. ^
County Wharf, Northam.
J. CI sorer, . 23, Bell street. Upper Canal walk.
% yordag*r • 44, Ba»t- street.
W*bb Brothers. 68, Otford *t. {2 mln. from the Dock*).
Maber aad Parker, Highatreet adjoining Oen. P. Offlje).
■S
WALTER J. HITCH,
BREW BUY. H I G H F.I % L D,
\ , V 80tT%fA[hPT0N.
Per 9 Gallons, sngth) XJX 16,= ^
D
ENTI8TBT. SURGICAL AND
__MECHANICAL.
CONDUCTED ON THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED PRINCIPLES BY
Mr. G. T. CROOEEB,
^ed. NEVER to CHANGE COLOUR nr DECAY: and cannot be surpsssed for
'SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER,'
GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,
31, BRIDGE STREET.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BRUSH AND BASKET MANUFACTORY AND FANCY WAREHOUSE,.
2 7, ABOVE BAR, SOUTHAMPTON.
Establuhed 21 years.
WILLI AM" BERRY,
TN returning thanks to his numerous patrons for past favours, begs to assure them that ho B&OOM8 A3D BRUSHES OP ALL KIND8.
^Stable Bruibcs Plate Brushes Clothes Brushes Hat Bruehee
Tooth Brushes
Dreeelng Combe Irory Combe Pocket Combs Curry Combs Chamois Leather, ^rriage Mats
all widths,
Nail Brushes
CBUfA AND COOOA MATTIN08 li
•Stable Pall* | Batter Prints
Butter Tab* | Butter Boards
Washing Tub* Pastry Boardi
Pickling Tub* Rolling Pins
Flour Tubs | Sale Boxes
Baskets of every description made to order. Wioker Chairs, Garden Lawn Tennis, Croquet, Games, and Fancy Goods. Brushes, Baskets, and Ci
Stable Sponge*
Carriage Sponge*
Toilet Sponge*
Bath Sponges Bordered Mat*
Door Mat*
Hearth Bugs ad fitted to order.
Housemaid's Boxes | Cinder Sifter*
House Step*
Plate Rack*
Decanter Drainer* | Sieve* and Spoon*
Table*, Nursing and Folding Chair; ne Chain repaired.
Note tho address
2%/ ABOVE BAR, LOUTHAMPTON.
TUB LATE FIBE IN EAST 8TBEET.
SOUTH OF ENGLANl) STEAM DTE WORKS.
ESTABLISHED 1837. * --
JOHN J. CARTER,
PRACTICAL STEAM DYER, BLEACHER, SCOURER, FRENCH CLEANER AND FINISHER, &c.,
3, UPPEB EA8T 8TBEET, SOUTHAMPTON,
Begs respectMly to intimate to his numerous Patrons snd Friends and the public generally that his FRONT PREMISES b*h, quit* uskUmmd, BUSINESS wlU b* CONDUCTED th*,* m* USUAL, h*having mad* wry arrangement for th* Wcrklng Departments of his Business being carried on during the re building of his DYE WORKS, rendered necesssry by the recent disaateroua fire.
He *ino*r*ly thanks them for the Urge measure * (.support hitherto accorded to him, and trustaby careful attention to every order received to secure a continuance and extension of the same.
MUSLIN, LACE, amd LEMO CURTAINS CLEANRD, horn la*i p*r pmlr.
DRESSES OP WOOLLEN OB-MIXBD MATERIALS CL8ANED AI ' DYED WHOLE,
Customers thus saving the expenee of re making. OE^PM^_^«^A^CLE^BD DA,LY^ ^ SUP^UOR STYLE.
PEATBEE8 CLEANED OB DYED AMD OUBLED.
GREBES and FURS of *y*ry dsecrlptlon OLEANED, ALTERED, and RE-LINED.
0HDEB8 BT P08T BBCE1VE PBOMPT ATTENTION.
Further psirtlcnlars, with Prlc* Lists,, free on application.
EqyiBLIfiBBD TWB*T%ONB YEAB8.
SPAIN an;d Co.,
(Ut. I. B. Sfiih),
B, LOWER ST. MARY'S STREET, SOUTHAMPTON,
COIR a E to SUPPLY tie BEST QUALITY PETROLEUM, PARAFFIN, to!
0 0 L ZA OILS. _ I *k,OOC w
Cuull'l Loi Soil, Oil. I DoubU RootllKl B.»wlin.
Best PatroUum. | B*st French Cols*. I
P..^., P»«n, „d
van* dally In Southampton, Fr**m*nil*,
and Bittern*
AGENTS rOB 0A8SBLL*8 LUX SOLIS OIL ApA1
•IPanOo and ®Ung to son* tl
India Pali Alb ... DITTIR Ali
IPA 16* 18* 6d 12,
•HITCH'3 MpgpaUTY (i
Doudl* Stoc» S|5oli Ditto
Per 9 Gallons.
nr*pialitt (strongly ■ended (or Family uso; H3 10* 6d P
Supplied also In 4i.and 36 Gallen Cask*.
OBDBB8 BY POST PBOHPTLY EXECUTED. DAILY DELIVBBIB8 j(a 80UTBAMPT0N.
HIKE BROTHERS,
"ITTINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, and BREWERS of tho CELEBRATED
*,*, PAMILV PALE ALE at la per gallon. Invite attention to tb* following Selection of Wine* and Spirits, th* increasing demand for which is a sufflclen * " ' "
GOOD SHERRY, for ordinary um ... VEEYCB0ICE8HEERY... .. _ PORT, of various ages
P0E?;ww*yb**. ......
GOOD.ULAB^ V?.. "i„. ■ • « ,.... CHOICEST DESSERT CLARET ......
CHiMPAONE8 of well-known brands MOSELLE AND B0CE8 _ _
BRANDY, Fine Old Pals or Brown ...
FINEST OLD IBI8B AND SCOTCH WBISEEY FINEST LONDON CIN ,w ^
of their excellent
r«a doiis.
m* 94* 30, 36a 4 3*
_*k 64, 60, Th
4* 30, 86* 49* 48*
.u 54s 60* 72* 84*
36* 42s 4& 80s 7&
24* 30* Ms 43s 60*
+ 4* 4S, m, 72,
^ »S* 42, 43*
26» 13* per gallon.
BASS' AND ALL80PM ALES AND OUINNBSS"8 STOUT la CASK * BOTTLE. Post Offioe Order or Reference to accompany all order* from strangers, sddressed to
HINE. BROTHERS, MARL AND PLACE, SOUTHAMPTON
B
IRD SEED I BIRD SEED I BIRD
TUB BEST AND CHEAPEST 8BOP IN THE TOWN FOB GOOD 8BED8.
Best Clean Canary ............ 4d per quart.
Millet, Rape, and Llni

GEORGE VALDEB'S
COBN AND8EEDSTOBES.2L BKENABD^TBEET, 80UTBAMPT0N.
Mr. B. WHITtAEER,
nspection.or C p for meetiBg
Agent for the Scottish Imperial Ini 5, Lotbbury, London.
Orricss—No. 2, Sussex Road, two d
rom Pound
STRENGTH AND STAMINA. T7"ALUABLE and Important Discovery of V a new mode of obtaining and applying OZONE for tho purificatic
of the Blood and the prevent: ailments, including
NERVOUS EXHAUSTION
PAINS AND ACHES,
proving that these disordsrs which tend to shorten embitter life probably more than all others can b* CUBED WITHOUT MEDICINE. INCONVENIENCE
OB EEPEESE,
by this novel and easy treatment.
THE MEDICATED FLANNEL, pvpamd by P. I'UMONT, of London, collect* Electricity and Oxygen
treatment gives fresh life to the Languid and Exbaus
** BBALTB, STBENOTB, AND ENEEOY.
This flannel Is not an article of wearing apparel, but Medicament charged with potent chemicals, po**ewing great power in curing Physical, Functional and Ofganio Weaknease*, ariiing from whatever cause. A piece the sixe of the hand worn on any weak part causcs the blood to flow there and th* part becomes strong *nd vigorous.
*dy that strengthens the nerve* and Spinal r removing all pain of nervous origin and Is gly recommended for any of the following srmptons: , rvousnese. Weakness, Exbaus'- n, Trembling, Palpitation, Flying Pains, Weakness ol . ,e Back, Deficlfncy of Natural Strength artd Barly Decaj -f th*Sy»Um..wi4 if worn on the Chest SboftneMoiBrea.li snd Coughs ar* id Pr** Breathing Secured. A piec* applied
mds, of *»*ry variety of pattern.
th* Nape of the Neck rsmoves Headache, 'Dimness of Bipht and Specks floating b*foiTba .OZuNE formed by this Flannel Is abaorbad bf the poree of th* akin I to tho sysUm, tb* circulation being thereby increased; the consequence Is that a larger quantity of: Blood la carried to. the lung* to b* UZTOISIO and purified. Th* body, therefore, is supplied with pur*r, rlcber.and healthier Blood, and there can be no doabt that in this manner many diseases can bo pre-vented and cored that bav* resisted 6th*r Uoatmsnt. ■
giv*n with every F1*hm1, evolving at tb* *am* time 11 a "bUhi prot*cU the body from Infectious dia*a***, and J'BRVO'USNESS, WEAKNESS,AND EXHAUSTION.
ffissassass
aatMLll*nl* who hav* been cured.
P. DUMONT, 49, Kelly-street, Kentish-town, London
K. J. BROADBERE,
PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER,
6, PEMBBOK8 - BOUAEE. BABOATB, _ SOUTHAMPTON
8. 8COBE7,
TIMBER MERCHANT, COUNTY __WHARP. NORTRAM. 8QUYBAMPTON.
G. WARiESAM,
PORK DEALER, SAUSAGE MAKER, Ac.. 45. EA8T STBEET, BOUTHAMPTON.
SAINT MARY'S STEAM \ AN AND CABT WOEE8,
MARINE PARADE, CHAPEL. SOUTHAMPTON ' t , __ EaTABLUUBO 1850.
J. J. SHARP, Proprietor, begs to return his most sincere thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and Tradesmen
&s8 p'owvs ra ZbL^.r%
—A Large A&sOrtment kept in Stock
THOMAS PEBTNY,
TX7HEAT8H.EAF STABLES.
V V BOB8BS & FEUICLE8, FOUB-WBEELEES *nd other kinds, LET on HIRE, on Moderate Terms by th* Dav.or Hour.
BENSON'S WATCHES. —Watch mod
and Clock Maker to the Queen and Royal Family and by special appointment to the Prince of Wale* and Emperor of Russia. Old Boad-itmt and (Steam Factory) Ludgate-hill, London.
BENSON^ WAT OMf of
description, suitable for all cfonatw, from £2 to 200 guinea*. Chronograph*, Chronometer*, Keyless, L*v*r*. Presentation, Repeater*.-Railway Ouard*, Sol-disr*, and Workmen, Watches of extra strength. .
BENSON'S ARTISTIC ENGLIQQ;
CLOCKS, decorated with WoJgewood and other uenson. Kroto^JTOs. , , „.i, f
T^ENSON'S PAMPHLETS on TURRET.
-LF" CLOCKpi Watch^a.Clock*, PlAt*;^and Jewellery, «W«>»ohfortwfl " ~ ' "
Illuitr.Ced, ,enl poM fru ^1* lot twariunpa. W.tcliM "Tf"" "d
/CHOICE, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
W LARBALESTrBK'eKAN^'
— HAU'DB COfiOONB.
R A y1 0 jQ •it sluiw
B
Randall, Sloper, and, Co.'e
SUPERIOR a/JJ0H«Ui:i
GLKGER ALE,
A R 0 M A T I MANUFACTORY, SOUTHAMPTON.
ii!
Driver,-Copper,
SS.g'fnim J«10d per ».

Comic Dlttle*.
% Arm? and Navy Song Book.
-pit. -io
A. large variety of \<\ and Id Song Book*. -T 0. R A Y N E it ' S STATIONERY WARIHOUSB 21, BEIDOB-ST.
_ _ INDELIBLE MABEING INE. Tbl* Imk I* ied by the Nobility of Franca and England. For Writing on Linen, Cotion, Cambric, Muslin, Wearing Apparel, Ac., with a common quill pen, without using a previous preparation. Sold, In bottles at to and Is, by C. Rathbh. Agent for SOBthamptoft.
J. CLEEV'ER*
rpOBACCO PIPE MAKER, 23, BELL
A STREET, UpmA Ca.tax Walx, Southa*?to* Dealer m Pipe Clay, Whiting, Health Stone*. Ac. Wbdleaale end Retail. Shipping Supplied.
Prepared Fir* Clay fof filling and repairing back
BOSK' and ROGERS.
PORK DEALERS, AND SAUSAGE MAKBRS. ETC.,
34, CANAL WALE, SOUTHAMPTON.
POBK SiOBAOBS, BB8T QOAUTT.
PBIME HOME-CUBED HAM8.
GEO. WADE, ATANUFACTURER OF LADIES'
^^CHE^t^&ENB^yuLotSfS B?BD.
a * Pali's" 1T&V e.
Ironmongery, Hardware, Brooms, Brush**, Comb* and Basket*. Cheap and Good.
ONEY I MONEY 11 MONEY 11 I iM^oaTiif* to BoaiioKsaa.
Money advanced at a day's notice—from f 10 to 41,000 —to Clergymen, FARMERS, Householders, Trad semen, Lodglngbouse Keepers, Cab and Cart Owner*, or. their own security and in strict confidsnoe, by Mr. M. MORRIS, at his private offices, 14, Portland-etreet, Portland-street, Sontbamptor
THE WONDERFUL SHILLING
POCEET BOOErrC. BAYNBBB SxaUowry Warehouse, 21, Bridgo-ltreet, Southampton.
EMANUEL & SON,
"8TAG HOUSE."
145, HIGH STREET, SOUTHAMPTON, TAILOBS, our FITTERS, SHIRTMAKEBS, HOSIEB8. AND HATTEB8.
" AGE'S
.-Oil [ CI/A S
CELEBEATEB TOBACCOS,
| <"**■ .T.n.n>irol x' ' ,ei *t.•' .11 *-■ ' '
44, EAST STREET,
;;j-tO!i-l iiy.t. :r/.m:;t) •!;!«► )
SOUTHAMPTON.
0
. Cig»r« bmJlflik, SO, per kox.
WHOLESALE A»:D RETAIL.
Tj^-beumatism. -
SCIATICA-'
J^UMBAGO.
jndigestion.


YIOKER8' ANTILAOTIC cure. ne«l, * *v*rrfornl of lndlg**tion.
TTICKERS' ANTILACTIO conUin.
nothing injarious to th* sy*t*m.
TriGKtRi' ANTILACTIO m.j he taken
with the greatrrt confidence.
DICKERS' ANTILAOHOwthediwowiy
* of an eminent physician.
YICKERi? ANTILACTIC interferes irith .
YICKERS' ANTILAOTIC u a deadly
* enemy to the root of these maladiee.
TTIQKERS' ANTILAOTIC MatnJhw tho
' cans* of rheumatism, Ac._
TTICKERS' ANTILACTIC is not violent
T in iU action.
DICKERS' ANTILACTIC when fmlrl*
T tried, has n,ver been known to fail]
DICKERS' ANTILACTIO bavw the
__*jst*m in a healthful condition.
EMANUEL and SON'S STOCK for the
nr***=l wawm Irth, LARGEST and BE8T. 8BLEOTED out of Loadoo.
THE " SURTOUT" l:bAT.—We have
produced for this garment—our own design-some very choice colours in Fancy Twills, elastic and ribs, 35s to 63*. to be had only of EMANUEL a#d BON, "Stag Boa*.'
3%

THOUSANDS" OF PREaMtT&
\ BOTE'S
M. WOVtMTO*.
THE WATERPROOF SUMMED
OVERCOAT.—In this style of Coat we hai some special novelties in materials and color
T
HE SEASIDE or BOATING SUIT.
rarifty of materials, in
2%
SHOOTING or TRAVELLING SUITS.
W* have prepared some very fin* designs, in Angolas, Cheviots, and Tweeds, In a variety of colourings, 50* to 63*.—EMANUEL and SON, "Stag Hon**."
HUNTING SUIT.—We have *om* choice materials, specially made for these garments, warranted waterproof, In Oxford apd Cambridge scarlet, and a variety of plain colour-
JUVENILE CLOTHIERS.
SEPARATE ROOMS have been appropriated to this branch of our trade, which for many year* ha* received oar 'special study and attention, assisted by artist* of rare ability, who** life, *tndy has been devoted to the perfection of (hi* department; bene* tb* encouraging favour* m continue to receive from parent* aad guardian* and schools, and tb* prominent poeiuon we bold.
SAILOR'S SUIT.—The most prevailing
and abproved style for Boys, from 3 to. 5. year*, In a variety of new material*, hand-
4FTIGHLAf(# COSTUME.—TMm'RmWk AJt Dr*ss is exceedingly characterise*, and of
-■sass
o - th« world.r-BMANOEJ, and SON

DICKERS' ANTILAOTIO ought to bo
used by every sufferer.
^ICKERS' ANTILAOTIO la pkmamnt to DICKERS' ANTILACTIO can be takea
while travelling._' _
XTIOKERS' ANTILACTIC can be wed
v with the atmoet safely._
DICKERS' ANTILACTIC will new fail
*» In lis object.
TTIOKERS' ANTILAOTIO mhoold be
given a trial. ,
T^ICKERS' ANTILACTIO ie procorable
" tiuaughout the Kingdom.
A7ICKERS" ANTILACTIC should bo
obtained from yoor Chemist
yio KES' AN'flLACTIO should be kept
TTICKERS' ANTILACTIC wiU cure tho
loogMt rooted pain*.
DICKERS' ANTILACTIC ie the gwatget
discovery of modem times.
"DICKERS' ANTILACTIO ia a friend
* who never deceive*.
yiCKERS ANTILACTIO parifies th
your Antllactlo ha* completely cured him bl a mo*t violent attack of Lumbago, brought on by' exposure daring severe weather In crowing the mountains, and
nasi

-;'j | , BWf ,0
my ^rd year. I Wa*
V'W "V-nwi Yot»iwka£,ii ii!i"t
'Tbi'ojiglnals of thousands' oi YbStlmjnWi cah be seen
SOLD by Chemimta in bottles at le lid, i,M.4,W,aadlla
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