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RAILWAY TIME
LONDON AND SODTBAMPTON.
THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER f^EWS-SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23. 1578.
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SOUTHAMPTON, WINOI! S3P !B, ALBEBPOBO ALTON, AND LONDON.
Southampton. Win ton
1L58 Z 1U8 ILWr _ 1128 M* _ 155

JUWm. Alreefavd Wlel**. gowtl,
SODTEAMPTON AND NETLEY.
Leave South'ton.
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SOITTHAMPTON H^lRBOaB BOABD.
The uiual n

of tlii* Board was held at
mmm
Dartnall, T. Cleveland, and J. B.


th« riNAXCI committer.
On lh. proposition o( M- U..I, b, Mr.
Miller, Mr. A. Scovell w*« unanimously elected a mem-u?fjL f ^.in"nc® Cninmittee, in the room of Hie Sheriff, who had resigned in coneequence of hi* numerous iflftgemeiiu.
TDI PIL Mr. Lungley, pursuant to notice, moved that the eub-Jeet of the pilotage in connection with the approaches to the port of Southampton be referred to a special committee to be appointed for that purpose. pointing out the neceeeity for doing «o, ad,ling that he bad not & word to say against the Southampton pilot*, but the i(eel* had lft-
(bt be referred

matter was a moet eerioi quently to lay outside the Needle* f<
upward* for a pilot. Without go in*
further, Le would ask that the matter migl to a committee a* be had proposed, and report to toe Board at their earlieit convenience. - Mr. Deal, in seconding the proposition, said he wa* very plea»ed Mr. Lungley bad brought the matter forw.rd, for it wa* a moet important subject, a* he knew for certain that the town suffered eeriously in tbl* fee peel, and trutted the proposition would be adopted.—The Chairman maid the subject came before him during hi* Mayoralty, and he considered it a Tory proper *ubject for enquiry.—Mr. Purber al*o supported the propositi several year* ago the same subject wi when It wa* pointed out that many imp* were taaen to PorUmouth iustead of being brought to Southampton — The proposition wa* then unanimously adopted, and the following gentlemen appointed as a special committee : — The Mayor, Sheriff, and Messrs. Lungley, Abraham, H. Dunlop, Deal, Le Peavre, and Haddon.
aiPAIRS TO TBI QUAY. \
The Special and General Wsiki Committee reported the receipt of a letter from Mr. Archibald Scott, the general manager of the London and South western Hallway Company, with respect to the tramway sidinu at the Platform. The company, he stated, did net deeire to suggest anything which was not generally deemed right and proper, not only by the Harbour Board, but by the Corporation, and a* there appeared to be a difference of opinion a* to the suitability of the position of the propoeed aiding perhape sotpe place upon the quay* could be agreed upon as being unobjectionable. —The Surveyor (Mr. Oeddee) bad lubmitted a report in reference to the repairs necessary to the Town-quay, and recommended thaUone bay of Bre beys be done. He bad received a nrrte from the firm at West Brom-wich who suppliedthe pile* for the Quay and Pier extension ; they wouJQ supply similar pile* with joists fsced
™ on# of ftT0 Pilel' ton,> at
48 Me par ton, loeladlog conneoUng pteoee, fa l*,8d : timber abutUng pieces. 10ft cube each, one bay, m*5&d per foot—X25 2s od. The committee recommended that the bay be carried out as suggested, to the approval and under tbe superintendence of the sub-committee.—Mr. Deal, in mo/ing the adoption of the report, said the subcommittee had gone thoroughly into the matter re-l pec ting the repairs necessary at the Town-quay. All thd pilee were found to be rotten out of the mud, and the committee recommended that ther »hould be cut off down to the mud, where they were sound. «nd iron piles fixed tin to them for tbe support of the pier, and this *ould be d6\a by their own labour, and at a cost of about £000. lhe work was very simple, and nothing extraordinary ta carry out. Ke*pecting the tramway siding, he wa* *orry the Corporation bad thrown over the proposal of that board. As they bad no room on the quay for a siding this propoeed siding on the platform would bare been a source of great advantage had they been allowed to carry it out-Mr. Lunglev seconded the adoption of tbe report, stating that the only question In bis mind was whether they should not contract for this work instead of doing it themeelve*.—Mr. Kurber said be bad a great objection to patching up anything, and thought that when work wa* done it ihould be done properly —Mr. Haddon reminded the board that by putting Iron cape on to the*e piles a. propoeed would be far better than putting down new pile*.-Mr. Miller *aid a* they were about to *pend£600 it would be as well t do it properly. He thought they should have new screw Iron piles, and put the whole thing In proper order. — The Chairman aaid tbe committee bad no idea whatever of patching op the affair, baton the contrary believed that these wooden piles under the mud were much stronger than iron ones. Practical men said this was by far the best plan to adopt. A gentleman at Portsmouth had estimated tbe cost at £3000, but he wa* not aware of the drantages of the pile*, as had been described.—After ome remarks from Mr. Thomas, Mr. Lungley, and Mr. Deal in reply, the report was unanimously adopted, ' >d the board broke up.
THE NliSoP W
r Nnv«rb-r 1st, 1877, »

wr.:
i —
ILL (tide and weathor permitting) run between the K"YAL PlER. BOUTH-MKMMoirrH.
(Railway time observed), hot tbe connection steampackeU and trains is not guaranteed
Mentha*ptea to RydeM'.S), 11.11 a.*., 2.0 and S.Up.m. Southampton to Boothaea—11.10 a.m., 8 0 and S.Mt.p.m. Po**&a**to= to Ppremoa&b—IL10a.a. &#and **, Southampton to Portsea (Miw Railway Pier)—8.30, 11.10
Portaea (Naw Railway Pier) to We t Oewaa —8.0 turn.. XLIO. UO. amdWa^sa.
n'> *
^^Portsmouth to Wast Oowas—8-20
.. 1115. mmd ^Portsmouth to Southampton-8.2a a.qi., 12.15, 2.23, and Sonthsaa to West Co*es-@.% a.m./ll.». ISO. and *J0" >outh*ea toSoathanipton-€J> a.m„ 11^0,2.S0, and 4.20*
"|2: Vi M tr
la-mTs.^aml
unpton—7.0, 0.30 a.in., 1^0, 3.10.
)ulhaea,^Poruiaouth. aad l'oi
Bonthaaa to West Co was
a oath, and Portaea Cewas and Sontb-and Southampton—8.45 and Southampton—8 10 ajn„ and Oowaa and Southampton—9J20 ajn., and

Hor*ea, Camagaa, at dally, at about 9.W i (Sunday, exocpWd).
N.B.—The Oemaany chandian eooveyad by i
charged at f* per c
the pier dnas upon all sncr-
ve/ed by Paaaaager Boats will bo specie, glass, Ao.. at special rate*.
R _ Bootm*ea or Portsmouth ,.
a ,, Pert*** (new
Railway Pior—laoluiling BBTUAN TICKKT3. "
SOUTHAMPTON BIDDING, BEDSTEAD. CABINET,-FpitXISKlSQ,
CARPET WABiiHOirSES, 13 & 16, HIGH.STREBT; and 92, BAST.STE8ET.
CHEISTOPHER HoIsEMAU, Proprietor gEDSIEAD DEPARTMENT.
A large and varied *tock of WINFIELD'S, PERRY'S and other CELEBRATED
BRASS & IKON, FRENCH & ARABIAN, BEDSTEADS, '
FOLDING CHAIfl BEDSTEADS, ft CUSHIONS Children'* Cots, Invalid Beds, Ac.
SOLE AGENT for the PATENT WIRE WOVE SPRING MATTRESS,
To which wc b-K to c>II special attention to tbo advantages of the same— 1-BA8B AND COMFORT. 1-CLEAKUNB83 and COOLME83. 3—NO:SELE8dHE88 and DURABILITY. Combined with remarkable elaaticity, cheapness, and portability.
Highly recommended to families, housekeeper*, hotel proprietor*, skip owner*, the medical profession,
'and manager* of public institution*.
These Mattresses are now fi-.ted up for inspection at our Show Room, 13, High-street.
C. II. would also reipectfally direct attention to the
T^EATHEB BED AM) MATTRESS
X DEPARTMENT.
GOOSE mad o*h* FBATEEB BEDS In be*t Linen Tick, '
Made and filled on the premiaee, with the beat PDBIFIED FEATBEB8.
HAIB AND WOOL MATTRESSES
kept in atock in all aizea.
A large-Stock of WITNEY and other BLANKET*.
BABNSLEY LINEN AND COTTON SHEETS.
Pillow and Bolster Casee,
WHITE and OOLOUBED ALH*MBBA and MABHALA QUILTS and COUNTEBPANES.
B1
DBOOM FUBNITUBE.
, HUNGABIAN ABB,



COBONEB'S INQUEST,

SUDDEff DEATH.
ironer (B. Coxwell, E*q ) held an In-i, Western-show-road, on Tuesday
afternoon, on the body of Wllllku.
a gardener, of No. 16, Upper Portland-terrace, who died •uddenly under the circumstance* detailed below :—Miss Ruth Wingrove, daughter of deceased, said *he heard hor father *ay he had eullered from a cough since hS was a child. He had not been attended by a medidal man for the past six months. The last time be was attended by Dr. Pomeroy, and recovered. On Saturday last deceased appeared to be in hi* usual health, went to bed about 11 o'clock, and did not complain. He had
s bread and chee
md beer for

in of temperate habits.
8 o'clock,^she
rather,heartily. He wa* _
On Sunday morning, about i found the front door locked,
ntual hour of getting up wa* half-past 5 o'clock. . discovering tbl* -ent to hi* bedroom, and found him dead in bed, b». % Witnesa at once sent for a doctor—Dr. Ah. - rhocame, and found her father a* the had de*cr. - On Friday and Saturday deceased enmplamad of a p&ia In thmmtomach.—Dr. Aldrldga d*. posed to being called to etfe the deceased on Sunday morning last. He wa* dead, cold, and sti£f, lying on the bed. He examined deceased, and found no mark* of injury whatever, and bia opinion wa* that from the position deceased was lying, and the surrounding clrcum-*" 'L of hi* daughti
r^EP-MA^^OD^B^ COLDS,
^ OOE8UMPTION. BBONOUITI8 ASTHMA, and all affections of tbo Throat and Che*t, are quickly
mcdlcinem. A Sample Bwttl. will be sent by post to all applicants on receipt of 4d

d from heart disease, caused Ly asth ding.—The jury at once reti Natural Causes."

iSSWZSSKSiKSS
•pralns. it i' an lnvaluable remedy , for bad legs eansed by 'Id, It may be eou&denily relied upon for effect-II ol to way" a Olni
tag a sound and penn^
erysipelas, goat, and thaw_____ ______, .
m
p.oj). br J.


PARDON'S INDIAN TINCTURE POR
T . BHBUMATISM.
O obtain CM* xn # mhort Ume, 8ren when
It i* a safe and simple but most effectual Remedy for Bhaumaiiapals u, arm^ mbookbn, Wpm. handk feat, and cured * h"TB tned it, and been relieved
Tbl* Is not a new preparation, buthas been know in
right, and I shall recommend It to all raftering from IUi«uma-Usm, a ad I h»pe they will be as eompletely cored as I was. You may make what use you like of my name.
Yours truly. CIURLE3 FBE3CH.
h...
with Bhoumatl^alus, and haVi but mothlag has given me ao Tincture. I only took two doaei pain. Yoa are at liberty to use ____
' Pardon's Ihdian Tisctud.....
but if not in atock any Chant!*
Wholesale London House; and it Is worth very seldom faila to give the greatest relief.
sold bt thb following chdii8t8 S0UTRUirT0», Mr. ll. Hunt. Kt, Mary's.street-Landpobt, Mr. O. W. Brown, 214, Lake.road; Mr. J. Stanswood, Commcrioal-road; Mr \V. Haylea, 21, Arundle-stfeeL
SOLD ra BorrLaa, 1« l&d.2* 31. and is fld bacu. 7)d. PEE BOTTLB.
'OS to douthampton. Uyde, Southi laea (K^v BaUway PW;, or ^«e »ei npaoy s Offlor, Weat Cowes Pier, i i *h« hayal Plar, Bnmthampten.
-» from .Newport _
- d Portsea. via
Through Single kethamptoo. gonthem. Po, ___ _ _
Arwarasar '«

N D I G E
QOM
country, jid as they great debility and much eufferint it I* important ihould have proper treatment. The lymptom* of
G E 6 T I O N
Strength. Wind, Platule " i of the Heart, ] vneas of Complex!
of Food, Oppression and Un-il», Furred Tongue, Impaired ice, Sickne**, Headache, Palpi-, Pain* in the Stomach and Sides, ixion, Depreeeion of Spirit*. Ner Sleep, Cold Limb*. Feverish Heat, i, Dryness of the Mouth, Weakness fee of Sight, and the person is laid
e thing and another, lief as your Indian now quite free from
3N, Maidstone. *old by all Chemist, - procure it from hii
BLESS THE
7A«L A B Y.
CHILDREN ha* been used »un tue greatest success, for the simple reason thi s the safest and most effectual medicine that can po*
"A» question, of course; will be aaked, what i* Ni Jaowa s Mixnjat made of T W* arwwer that it is «
...... cooling and demulcent properties r----
the little Wfferer to health and enjoyment. Tber* i* n Laudanum whatifer In & ojua Baowa'g Mixroaa.

M PLAINT:—
BEDBOOM BUITEB I
SATIN WOOD,
.ENAMELLED GOODS. MAHOGANY, WALNUT, and BIBCE DUCHESS TABLES AND STANDS. CHESTS OF DBAWEBS. DBESSING TABLES, MABBLE TOP STANDS. TOWEL HOBSES,
A chceoa aeleetion of
SINGLE and DOUBLE SE13 of TOILET WABE.
Always in stock.
MEMOBANDUM BOOKS in gre.t
variety. —C. lUyner, Printer and Stationer, 21,
EMO&ANDUM BOOKS,witL
Blotting Paper, NINBPKSGB dosen.—C. RAYNBtt'S Stationery Warehouse. Bridge Street, Southampton.
ME
H°JL
GBATI8 GBATI311
ro BEOOVEK HEALTH.
alids whe suffer from aathma, oonaumption, diseaiee of the heart, liver, dropsy, invited to try the efficacy of the Hrbbal Pbocbss, the succeseof which i* teetified to by many clergymen, mtidical men and other*. Five minute* practical common aante advice on the treatment of dyepepaia, neuralgia, fit*, rh*nmati*m. unstr ing nerve*, weakneee, exhaustion, waiting, Ac., with diet rule*, instructions for self-cure, and the restoration of health and vitality, will be sent free to any on reoelpt of a stamped envelope, by Dr. THOMSON, 55. Bartholomew-road, Kentish town, London. When the nervous system is exhausted and the mental faculties are in a state of pro*tration, the H *bbal Paocasa restores the emaciated frame, imparls vigour to the intellect, induces healthy appetite, natural and re-freshing sleep, punfies the blood from all taint of disease,


TO TUB NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED.
HEALTHY LIFE secured and maintained
by the great herbal medicine* known all over Europe aa specific remedies for debtiity, consumption, and all the exhausting or wasting diseases of youth and manhood. In every case of dlseaae they are guaranteed to re*tore vigorou* health, purify tbe *y*tem. and Impart strength to all the function* ef life.
Dm. THOMSON'S BNIVEB8AL PILL8 epeadH, cure lumbago, gravel, pain*in the back, gout.rheumatism, skin diseases, discharges of all kinds, and any complaints of the kidneys and lirer. In every ailment they give instant relief and invigorating the system. Price lsljd per box. of every chemist in the world, or s*nt free by po*t on receipt of 14 penny stamps by Dr. THOMSON. The enormous sale tbeee pills have attained for many year* past and the daily rtcsiptof testimonials of cure of nearly all tbe diseases the human body is liabls to, warrants the proprietor in asserting that they ate the. moet efficacious medicine ever issued. Five minutes plain common sense advice to invalids, on the self cure of all nervous affections, debility, and consumption, will be sent free on receipt ef a * tamped envelope.
Dm. THOMSON* TOHIO BLIEIEreewre, hWth, strength, and energy to the moet shattsred or brok down constitution with as much certainty as that wi quenches thirst, and cure* weakness, relaxatirn, haustion, consumption, cough, depression of spirits, giddinee*, nervoosnees, neuralgia, deafness, fits, epilepsy, and all the distressing consequences of debility, which too often harass poor sufferers over the beet yeare of life. This life-giving tonW unites with the blood, repairing svsry nerve and muscle, and ha* restored health and vigour to thousand*, who new enjoy strong nerves, firmness of flesh, regular appetite, and freebnts* of cc plexion. Price 2s 9d, 4s fld, A lis per bottls, everv chemist in the world, or *ent direct on receipt of
town, London. Theee medicine* are used all over the world. Sold by Dowman, Chipperfield, chemists, South-
All things must have aa end, ani
so must
GAMLEN BROS.' 28th AIM UAL SALE.
Positively close this week.
GREATER REDUCTIONS AT CLEARANCE PRICES.
BARING-ROOM FUBNITUBE
WALNUT and INLAID SUITES in BILK amd WORSTED REPS, SATIN CLOTH,
CRETONNE, UPHOLSTERED on the PREMISES,
ALL MATERIALS WARBANTED CLEAN AND PUBE BOUND mad OVAL WALNUT and AMBOYNA WOOD LOO TABLES.
WALNUT CHKFFIONEEBS, with OABVED BACKS and PLATE GLASS.
Pains in the Sides, Pains in the Shoulder Blades, Difficulty in Breathing, Dry Cough, Thirst. Yellowness of the hyes and Skin, Sickness and Vomiting, Difficulty of lying on the Left Wide. Ac.
In the treatment of theB
aglet's stomach pills.
These Pills are specially prepared for the cure of disorders of the Stomach, Liver, and Head, and being free from any poisonous drug, may be taken with safety by the youngest child, or by nermwu of mdnweed years. For ladies nod gentlemen of delicate constitutions, and subject to nervousness, they are one of tbe best tnedic lies ever prepared. By their use the Irritability, despon-doncy, and nervousness which accompany Indigestion, give way to a cheerful flow of spirits, and that morbid melancholy so dsplorable in all. is entirely destroyed. They promote digestion, increase the appetite; and by imparting to the stomach that strsngth required to properly digest the food, the whole system is strengthened
----------------—-,L1 —antenance.
» the efficacy of
gAGLETS STOMACH PILLS
rellsre, and In most c child may here; moreover It does i stilling the oough, but '

' i*- ^......
in Croup dr Whooping Cough Ncp*» Baowa'a Mix-tiTB* U terjr effectual, whilst in Common Coughs and
.When Infants are Catting1 tfcelr Teeth Noma Uiowa's iWlbe foondofspeoUeervloe. asit thoroughly 4>«U the system, aliayieg the Irritation of the gums, giving natural .rest to tbe Child, and »-tjaUt night to ib<
tbU District:-
Huot, St. Mary-stresL Lai»d-

Mr. Cox, of Ludlow, says : " I was suffering from Indigestion and Lirer Complaint, and was under tbrf treatment of several Doctors, but all failed to give me relief. Being recommended by a friend to try them Pills I did u thankful, as they soon restored m ngth. I Ciave recommended them I ices, and now always uss them a*
to health and stn ill tny acquaint*
family medicine."
Mr. Poster, of 12, Adam-street, Mlddlesborough. says:
D1......."*---box of Bsgley's Pills, for.Indigestion.
dy Pills from which I
JOINING-ROOM FUBNITUBE.
MAHOGANY aa) OAK TELESCOPE DINING TABLES, in all Sires,
SIDE BOARDS, with PLATE GLASS BACKS, DINNER WAGGONS, Aa. MAHOGANY and OAElfiNING BOOH SUITES, in MOBOCCO A BOAN LEATHRB, UPHOLSTEBED oo tha PBBMISES, GUABANTEED THE PUBEST
MATERIALS USED, AND THE BEST WOBEMANSHIP EMPLOYED in the MANUFACTUBE.
Sole Agent for the
austrian bent wood furniture
Ao ioepMtioa of tbo «mo is rospoctfally ioritod.
SHOW BOOMS, 16, HIGE.STBEET. A LAKUB STO0K of
turkey, axminster, wilton, velvet pile, brussels, tapestry, and kidderminster
CARPETS.
AU of tha Beet Qaallty nad NEWEST DESIGNS FBOil THB MOST CELEBBATED MANUPAOTORIES.
RUPTUBES EFFECTUALLY CUBED.
AH sufferers from any form of this distressing complaint are earnestly invited to send to Mr. GOODMAN, as hs can guarantee them relief. His remedy has been successful in thousands of instaacss, and it i made known, as a public duty, by advertising. In case of single or double Rupture, of whatever natu extent, in male or female, of any age, however bi longstanding, it is applicable, effecting a radical ci



it cannot fail to be appreciated as a blessing, by thoee who have been at any time compelled to wear belts, bandages, trusses, or other galling supports. "
any part of the world can bavs the Remedy _..w -.1 a— nse. on receipt ef ten shillings, by fable at lbs General Po ' ~ lAK, 19, Rviand-road,
Poet-Office Order. WILLIAM WUO town, London. T&
consider it John Cork." " My that her rupture is ( support three days a yesterday, and have " My double ruptur

o be cured after
tno pain what a* noj been d

horssback all :e, though' I
BEARDLESS FACES & BALD HEADS.
A Physician, who for thirty year* has practised in ses ef the H*ir, has discovered a POMADE which
icks dryness, and nd dandriff, ke,. air soft and glo.

of the hair, and uuisito perfume ie unique; it is used I y )f Mothers in the Nursery, to beautify lirand prevent baldnee*. ecurf or any failing The Recipe, in plain English, which any .. « ». - "■1 ,t free by poet
ted envelope,

Advice gratis. .
upwards of twenty-eix yean L published a work showing the ti ital, and Physical Debility, low
FOR THIS WEEK OUT.
To
BE GIVEN AWAY,
A new Silk Scarf, to every puroha*er of 2v« shill'ngs.
'V O BE
A handsome i
GIVEN AWAY,
I of Gold-plated Links and Studs, f ten shillings.
rno BE GIVEN AWAY,
A supsrior Pelt Hat, to every purchaser of Of teen xhilliAg*.
nno BE GIVEN
A handsome Scarf Pin, to over
rY O
3 GIVEN
i Leather Purse, to eve
qi 0 BE
A Linen Sh shillings.
AWAY,
iser of thirty
rpO BE GIVEN
A Silk Umbrella, to evsry pun ihillings.
AWAY,
aser of forty
speedily and permani ored. Every fora i, lassitude, depre stlte, pains in tb
lien of spirits, loss of energy
back and limbe, timidity, i le, groundless fears.palpitation
tbout taking ,-----
bill The book will be ____ _____
gas
i possible cost, ng up a doctor's
which has perfectly restored thai
A FACr worth knowing.
F
LOOB CLOTH
WELL SEASONED PLOOBCLOTHS, LINOLEUM, KAMPTULiOON, COBTfoINE
Fitted to any size-Uoom by
EIPEBIENCED PLANNEBS and PITTEBS.
per return of post;
have received any benefit."
Mr. Downs, of Dayton's Bent, says : " I was suffering vsry much from Indigestion Weakness, and Depression of spirits, whichrendered meiucapable of attending to my work for some month,. . After having had medical advice
O much good tl.at-1 can now follow my employment with eau-and oomfort, in fact. I feel quite a new man."
auTHB °T5?3M,D8SE?C8TE iPECUL


A large Stock of CRETONNES—very cheap, suiUbre for DRAWING and DINING ROOM CURTAINS ^ LOOSE COVER BED DBAPBBIBS, Ao. SWISS LACE, LENO, and MUSLIN CURTAINS, VELVET PILE and CLOTH TABLE COVERS. Upholstery Trimming.
ExpeHancad WORKMEN In every Braach. OABPET PLANNERS mmd PITTBBS wmt ta aa, part; of the Country.
ALL GOODS DELIVERED IN OUB
OWN VAN. OR BY BAIL. CABBIAGEj PBBB TO ALL PARTS.
A.1 OOOD3 satisfaction .in u
Note the address—
yw been befbre the Pmblle
DEECHAWm MLLB bave bstwaaa Twemly and Thirty Ywrs, awl tba:
tb# best, the safest, and tbe i
for eradicating all iht
They stand wi
bich flesh la ucir t
BEECHAM'S PILLS
'"po be given AWAY,
A pair of strong Elastic side Boots, to every purchaser of fifty shillings.
TO BE
A half-guinei three pounds.
GIVEN AWAY,
Silk Hat, to every purchaser of
rro BE GIVEN AWAY,
A rich Silk Pocket Handkerchief and Silk
ARE admitted by thotnandr, to bo worth XX. «bot. . J*, Box,!for Bilioua *nd Nerroo,
hbMH

Beecham'a Magic Cough Pills.
As a remedy for Coughs mjpesmW, Astuma^DiBeulty I,
mm
mm
mm
For this week only.
GAMLEN BROS.
(Established 28 years),
INFORM THEIR PATRONS
THEY HAVE
NO CONNECTION WITH
ANY OTHER HOUSE.
trader all ol
argest sal* of Patent Medicines In tbe world.
Pluj
THEIR ADDRESS IS THK
Corner of Brunswick-square
OLD SB0P ONLY.
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