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cUl effect* In--Neuralgia. It baa now been dkeovered it In »raall doe*, in conjunction with Quinine, It may noit be considered a tp^ifio In all affectione of ires. It U the life-Kirlpc.prppertT of the blood.*nd 3 the tboqflht-RlTinft power to the oral it. 'AUoervoai affection! memo a want "of Phoephcmit bf the bralahnd ■erte centre*, and to core them is to re Introduce the deficient property.
COBDBfPB "QmyiNB Aim PH08-
PU0RU9 PILL8 hmvrteen lirvented to accom pliih tbl» end, and there are now many thousands who can testifj to the euccess that haj attended thli mode of treatment In Neuralgia, Ague, Sciatica. Prostration, 8t. Vitus' Dance, Nervous Debility, Impotence, 8kln DUeater, and all diisates arising from (mphrs)bleod, and having at symptoms weakness and debility.
COBDEIT8 QUININE AND PEOS-yr muomog pnw / H 1' (
ProdflA appetite and * heiuhy dlgeilion
Renew the strength.
Renovate the failing power.
Remove sensati ns of fatigue.
Produce sensations of exhilaration.
Came no after deprewlon.
OBDEN'B QUININ& AND PEGS-
PdORUS PILLS - , , , e capacity tot mental and physical
c
Produce cbfsrfulnees.
Give a coolness and dex Confer freshness, originality,
wlness and dexterity to the mind.
THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY. MARCH 9. 18',8.
5 eluded before the Pre *r. Alfred WOlaa, the petitioner; Mr. J. J, . Bayford for the respondent, tMargreiter was not represented by w *ko eeeka * dworca, or b
the altemhtfre &-judicial separation, is % member of a largo chcmjciu firm in the City, and the respondent is a lady of humbler origin, residing prior to the mar-"* " Tbis took- place. at^the pariah
OBDEN'B
Q U I N I N B
B THE BLOOD 18THBIOT.


and Mr. Sehrle ap
WORLD FAMED

Millboard Is rapidly supplanting India rubbe

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specially laluble as a Jointing. A single trial will snsure
rgh Chemlit
Its ceastant use.—Apply to The Pa feekire-Compear, - Limltedr-9!,—f
named Brandt, discovered Phosph

10, Miudu Strut, Ha
PEPPER'S QUININE 4 IRON TON 10.
Purifies and enriches the Blood.
,.rr -
Animates the Spirits and Mental Faculties.
Thoroughly recruite the General Bodily Health, and
Chemists. — Agent in 8eutbampton—G. Dowman, , Chemist, lfl). High-street. ,- -r rr n ~T,"
DM AND PODO^HTLLlA.'
mblnatlon for Derangement of the ----------------y when erielng (etBTItJlIt eonseetion.
ness, often headache, pain beneath the shoulders, at the chest after eating, unpleasant tastir tn the- mouth, and other indications of dyspepsia are removed. Taraxacum
237, Tottenham Court-road, London wboea name mu»t be on the label. Bottles, 2s W and 4* fld each. 8o)d by all Chem:»t»l—Agent nfc' Southampton 0. Dowman; ~ BlgK-itreel
ULPHOLINE LOTION!—An external
k_7 reniedv for Skin Diseases. The most inveterate obstinate Eruptions and Pimples are subdued by healthy skin developed. Those iftle ekins,,or,
er, reddened, and i
iaSSS
rough wlndf, ko., and e
r«OBDEK».'lQI]ININE: 'AND PH06-'
^ PH0RU8 PILLS.
Regulate the sunply Nourish diseased spi Act as a brain topic. Act ts a general toni
riOBDEN'8 QUININE AND PEOS-
L/ PH0RD8 PILLS
Afford a ready mode of gaining itrength. Are pre-eminent as a means of gaining appetite. Particularly uieful to delicate females.
Powerfully assiit the digestive organs.
Throw off germs of all dieeaeee ; and ,
Thoroughly recruit the general bodily health.
fiOBDEirB QUININE AND PE08-
^ PH0RU8'MLLS;&9dand4a8d,
May be described ae a , '
GENERAL TONIC AND INyiOORATOR. There are two forces alway* &t work' In tjie body, the ncrvoui and the vegative; when the former overcomes the latter, from over brain,work, menial anxiety. Iocs of) L owAaxk* Am

rablned under flie Head of " excesses or indiscretions of yeotb," them the subject loiei strength and energy, become! thin W pallid, (he leaat thing ii an exertion, he becomes nervous arid Irritable, and, without the disease iacbecked, cowumptioo
excretion of Phosphorus compounds, always to be detected in the urine of these so suffering. The want is lupplied by the use of
rjOBDEN'8 QUININE AND PH08-^ phortth prr.r.q.
of their capacity fo
supplying the nerve matter with compound*, thi of which attend* on the morbid conditio they remedy. It is known bv experiment that a course of these Plfli renovate the falling power, confer freehneae, originality, and energy en the mental procetses arid thoroughly reitorse the general bodily health.
CO B D E 1^8 QUININE PH08_PH0*D8 PILL8
BBAI3 TONIC
Klily exertiob. the paiii
i, the abeorbent
anf-body.j.10 thee* oan that generally resorted I ily, for wbeft'Jts effects bi
%
"*** h»re gone c mines tut otoan before., %t
riOBDER'B QU ' ' l) ' AND PE08-
^ PIIOEDE PILL8 a.: raloaMe, w they met not as a etimulant only, but as a substitute, to some extent, fer rest. A couple taken an hour or ib'befOre the ce*-eatlon of the day s work is found to remove eensations of fatigue, to giro clearness and dexterity to the mind, to produce appetite and'a healthy dlgeelfdn, arid tb conduce, subsequently, to the quiet sleep of which overwork so constantly deprive: those whoee occupation k mental.
About the second Lour after laception of the dose, eensations of exhilaraUon begin to' mike "themselves felt. The capacity for exertion, both mental and physical, I, lhcreased. If the patient has the dose while |o a state of fatigue, then he feels his strength renewed ; if while in a slate of deipondencv, he takes a more cheerful view of things. A state of depression dot* Hot



The remarkably rapid and lasting effects of the Pills in this complaint is perhape their moat itrlklng there-jMutical power. In thie, as In that of seme other diseases, they exert a doable power; in some insUaoee merely regulating the blood supply to the affected nervee —In others, acting in addition ai a tonic, or nourisher ef the diieeeed spinal nerves, or the affected nerves themselves. Three doees will Invariably oure.
„ , GENERAL DISEASES.
Patients suffering from any disease, no matter under what name, having for lie symptoms weakness and debility, or arising from impure blood, Wig be her -fited and* th"'*6 °' ^W'n'e Qalnine end Phosphorus Pills, daily after I keep the bowe rull ttomach.
PRICE-2s Cd and 4, fid.
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BDSIBX Dft,
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eutlcle in a free, healthy, condition. Bottle*,,2s 9d each..
/^BACROFT'S ARECA.NUT TOOTH
PASTE.—By using th^s delicious Arometic Dentifrice, the enamel of Jhe teeth becomes white, sound, and polished like ivory I tie exceedingly fragrant, and specially useful for removing ipcrustatlone of tartar on neglected teeth. Sold by all Chemist*. Pots, Is and 2i6d each. (Get Cracroft'e).—Agent in Southampton --G. Dowman, Chemist;lfiO> High-street.
i\aiA^NES8,,2WI8E8 IN TEE EARS,
1-7 Sc., Ac. —Dollar's Essence for Deafness has proved an extraordinary remedy.' It always relieve,, generally
anaptoo—G. Dowman^ Chemist, 1$Q„ High-etreet. , ,[
r'OCKTM'S SCLVllUK HAIR
-Li RESTORER will darken Grey Hklr; and io a few days restore completely (be natucel colour. JThe effect j!??enar t0 tl,at Priced by.s* InsUntaneoua dye.
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LOCK YEWS SULPHUR HAIR
RESTORER, while keeping the Hair Its proper colour, is useful for re moving seqrf^no other application
rendering it a desirable Hair Piuld. Large bottles, ls6d. —Agent In Southampton—G. Ddwnlan, Cbcttist, 160, Hlgb-etreet.
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IMPORTANT NbTICE.
or, the OMMDEaTTAL rRIBXD.-
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JJta Ur 6 r"'™1 *nJ dUeM0* at t"e Servo** at peculiar to the female atx, by tha mime Author, entitled.
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leeoripti vo pamphlc
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JgENNETT'S QUININE AND IRON
and proheWy wo hare n,
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TO THE APPLIOTED. ."\[ER70ny DEBILITY Md other
^"2'JPE%E%0R'%05%I?
5, OXFORD STREET, BODTHAtPTON,
Who devotes his entire attention to all esses of Norvooa Debility arising from early^jjgrs. which militate
TEE WARNING VOICE; or, DeHIibr
ting and Nervous Diseases: The Causes. Symptoms. Conseqaence, and Treatment of certain forme of
of Jena. ,
This is a New Medical Work on the ITatare, Treatment, and Cure ef Nervous, Mental, and Phyeioal Debility, Lowness of, Spirits, Indigestion, Dimness of Sight, Want
and Premature Decline. Gives the advice and inatrao-Hons, the result of 80 years' practice, by which thousands lute been restored, to health. Illustrated by cases and testimonial! from grateful patients, with means of cote
Dr. HENRY SMITH, 8,Barton-crescent, London, W.O Dr. HHNRX SMITH, 8, Burton-crescsnt, London,W.C.
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, whem they
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*• Qlepham-. —
Lire continued down to the pre#ent_da&*. In 18TL*. th# former became aDUcted with * epinnl complaint which in # short ti mo reduced him to # helpless cripple, from thmt time the nepondent's treatment warn tndlArent, and at length mheolntmly cn*L In Fehnmry,J874, th# Trrokeo dngwm were engaged mt tho Cryetnl Palace, and the respondent, who i, naa. Wonataly bnd of ^nekJr^nmtU^wenLto hear them, became introduced An. dima, Aadiinnbed tha entire company to her husband's realdenee. The co-rcspon-dent, Margrcitcr, who livea'fln. tho Austrian Tyrol, afterwarda became a constant visitor there. A groom engaged In a neighbouring lofl oyprlooldng tha garden vanoaa famUihrkee bayeenthe raependen* —- nrrmter in tha nrdnn. H» «'
s familiarities betw,
in the garden. II________
[orgrcitor to pineal ip tiso upg&bon,
sgamtmm

wmgemmt to ba glad." Tha Pre_______
grantod a decree for judicial separation, remark::
ehould have thought it right to- act "upon.
tha Royal United Servi
H^RIZa BY BOTE.
;h Police-court, before a
and charged with having c
Ei»t mW. by iIr_Cl»darn b*. theyhpw admitted committing d% ban,!*** dnrmg the past month, and have ac&nowled^d to
hanngthncabrokon into and robbed tha above Moree
breaking open doora and window, and ebopkeepqa' tiBk They alao- armef themeHvee with a loaded wetol, and they gmaally watched tha police *o og iduty.aLan early hour in the momiag before commeno-weAa^r oyratioba. Tha two charge* having been ful^ prbM&ttia Bench (eifdenUy lo&og upon Crby ae th* real ofendfer) ordered him to la imgriaoncd for
Hdaya,apdaftonwardaacnltoarefo«matonf forfbur
jeara. lha othrw t«* jada ware oadarad t dozen strokes each with a birch rod.
TEE WOl
A _paper has been ______________
Invitation by Mr. Bntler, of tha Woolwich A: tha ohah being occupied by 3imjorXknaral Sin John Adya. The hydrmulio and eteam ap^UaOcea "which
Si^assTMajiBSas a
maWactonly work out a dilHcult problem, wore duly acknowledged. The hand-gear ia etlll nAda^ha bade
remain^ however, available for working by hand when any accident or failure derangea the mechanical
smmsomss
thought compreeeed air a better mgent'than water for Y«*eying power from ' the engmea' (o 4ht' gun,.
advantageoum and more direct and econotnickf than coppreeeed air. A a^of^thanke t,
Uwpwceedingd.
See that youg'et it, as bad qualities are often substituted.
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Impurity of the Blood.—Enfeebled Existence.
• attribute reared In a
FST.:
BUlouaness, Loss of Appetite, Head-aohe, and Lowness of Spirits.
Tkeea MOs afact a »n>Jy woud«rfo] etaaga la detiHtaM eawmmWana, a* tiay srass: ss zx****
Mothers and Daughters.
Indigestion, Stomach, and Liver Complaints.
Ikaae Ptaa, m Ihara k po nWau known that sets ao Stems
A LOVE AFFAIR.
tho Clerkenwell Police-court, Will Htm Henry Maj%dd, aged 24, a cl#rk, of 136,}f$wcaalla-et ' Sulme, Manchester, has been charged on a wa: %._e__, BamtoW with threatening (o mhoot a yt m named Rowe. Lucy Rowa maid mho wae a at the Peacook Thvem, lARngton, and she had engaged to the prisoner for about ton mont 18TB. Nhe enbeebuently received a letter from hi 1877,addressed fnwnZOe Suseaa County Priaon, v he waa undergoing a term of Imprisonment, previously supposed that he was a young man of good character, but on dndiog that he had been even previ-"oualy convicted aha broke oil tho engagement. In the begioning.of the present year he emmo to the Peacock, and she told him she din not wish to seo him again and asked him to keepaway. lie then said something .aarious would happwn. A Lhorttiaw after that, when on* walking, she met him. He asked her to renew (ha engagement, but mho refused. On Feb. 19 she received a letter from him in which he stated that if he saw her dirting ha would think no mora of "shooting her than drinking threa of brandy." In another letter ha threatened to " knock out all her pretty fittla teeth with a hammer," if he had to wait for montha for tha opportunity to do so. Golding, warrant olBcar, said he arrested the prisoner at his addreea in Manchester. The prisoner said he had bean a fool, but that ha loved the girl and would shed his"hearf s blood for her, and ha never could bo happy if any ono else
#*ECf OF A CONTRACT OBTAINED BY
/. T'Y';. PSA™- ' i.i
Jbdgmanf warn daHaered by tha Robe of Lord, on Menday-m tha case of Cundy r. Lindmy, which waa arguadTas* waek, and^a*sed an Important quee-tmn aa io tha property in gjpd« sold .tqynties who obtained possession by meahs of falsa pretences. Messrs. Lindsay and Co., Belfast linen mannfac-
■pm
LindSf
Jd
pomtoiU. ' Their, loAbi™. tow iSnW tho ppmHrith wt ^ ^PPT' d'miimcd tha
I HOCSEBRE.\KIXO AND KOHBERY:
workshop of Andrews and stolen a quantity of tools, tha wopwty of Joseph Andrawa. Mr. Purcall pwacnled; tha pnaodor was undafendad. The proaecntor rarvwmnd guilder, havr- - —k.k—-*-
title on'Candy and Co.
CREMATION.
/ervous Debility.
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SjEffi. (B» Jipl«n,.0

Mra. Jane Pitman, wife of Mr. Benjamin Pitman, Lecturer on Art in tho School of Design at Cincinnati, died in that city on the 11th of February, leaving a will m which aha deaiwd that her Rmainm should ba forwarded to Dr. I* Moyne, to ba cremated in tha fumaca built by him for that purpoee at Washington, Psnnaylvania. Dr. La Moyne, alter considering (ha subject for eome years, built this creation furnace In 1878, and It Is the only one In the United Stake. Mrs. Pitman ia described as a womah of education fnd skilled in the art of phonography. Mr. Htman determined to carry out the wish expreesod in her wilL Tha only cremation of note that has hitherto boen made in tha United States ia that of Baron da Palm in December, 1878, in Dr. Le Moyne's furnace. The 8rst body cremated in it was that of a sheep, which Dr. Le Moyne bunit fo* a triaL It was soon reduced to grayish ashee, and now omamenta /me of tha counters in Dr. Le Moyna'a odBce, done up in a glasa jar. Dr. Le Moyne has another theory, elmost as singular as that of cremation. He Is arid to believe that the application of water to the body la Injurious to tha health, and to carry out his theory ha recommends an occasional scraping with the back of a table knife instead of the usual ablutions.
THE SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR'S REVOLVERS.
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"ms. For some time pest the Dock Company had
P*tpoood in the hope that tha prisoner might give •ome information which would lead to the apprehension of the thieves. Mr. Lilloy for the defence stated Uiat the prisoner declined to give any information. Mr. Harrison sentenced the prisoner to 18 months' hard labour, and warned him that if he came before the court again he would be sent to penal servitude.
Cuonmos UanrmmAnr.—The Cobden prise, valaa A80, for an eeeay on a subject In politics] economy, has been awarded to Mr. Joseph Shield Nicholson, of Trinity College. It is,proposed to confer a degree on Profeesor Macfarren, and also to excuse Professor Palmer front residence and giving lectures during the remainder of the present academical year. Tna Si*Dw:cM Mi*.—An elderly man named Roylo summoned before the Liverpool magistrates on Hand., fc. hiring cnu.od .1, obrtricBoo io th. •b«U b7 c«rjin8 on h,« ihoaldor. ulTortiianont iimrng Ih. performance, ol Dr. Lrnn, arnconiuror. M«- •
i defendant, d been eauaed,
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kshop In Eliaabeth-awwnpwn, anu on going there aa usual on the morning of the Hth tebmnry hd found (ho place had been broken open and a quantity of valuable (ooU raa^ved. fhe prisoner had been lodging in a room
rkahop, but had. left fwcvwma. anout tf ' » '
16th the prisoner nw
i the Monday
lada—Stevens and Smith— of conversation he told them ha had broken onen Mr Andrewa' workshop by climbing over a wall ten feet high and forcing the lock of tho — - d had carted of a quantity of took The boya ad Detective Clough appre-i Brempton-read, When told til rimht;" but at the police-. „ . , owlajge of iL While he was
in the cell tha detective overheard him tell a fellow pnaoner that he had sold the toola for ten " hog," which was explained to mean ten shillings. Tha jury found him Guilty, and M'Intyre, seasiona oUlcar, proved that he had been convicted and sentenced to a montl/s Imprisonment with a whipping. Mr. Bar-jcant Lox *nlancod him to six months' imprisonment, and directed a reward of 10s. to be given to each of
Informed the po|i* bonded the prison' the charge, ho sail
POACHING AFFRAY.
At the Croydon Police-court, Henry Oreen, described w a labourer, living at Myrtlo-street, Croydon, ham been charged wth being concerned with another man not in custody with committing * murderoua assault npon a police.oonstablo named Bock, of tha W dlvi-won of the Metropolitan y)Hce, atFoxley Heath, near Catarhatn Junction. About four o'clock on Sunday morning Bock was on duty in tho neighbourhood re-ferfed to, when ha hednl a nobe id one of tho Foxley Mmtch plantation*. He mado hia way Into a Held adjacent, and proceeded in the direction of the noise. 1 rwcntly ha came in contact with a man who seemed to bo engaged in poaching, and on proceeding a littla


knocked tha oonatabla down, and while he waa help, l^onl^gwund both tho noachcrabeathim. Whan they had incapacitated him from following them they mado off, leaving him bruised and bleeding. After a seeded in reaching
•, tL injured *«dence of Mr. Am
>y Hatch seta to, and informed that gentleman of had happened. A servant of Mr. Armstrong's ed a surgeon, and the conatable was taken to hia , where ha now lies in a precarious condition, day afternoon tho prisoner was apprehended

Myrtle-strest, Croydc.
tha time In shaving o@ hia whisEers. On being told charge against him ha said he know nothing of
up till eight o'clock on Sunc the bedside of the Injured polii
Sunday morning. Taken t

causing an lobst
th.^eacUnt,|d»W8U^i ^/'o'uu^-
not be allowed to carry their i
ba: held to ba
gig, whan the horse took fright and uve i conveyance. Miss Brewis has a should , both arms fractnrad, and her face dr.*. {urwL Tha injuries of her sister are nut
UAL Rxntprno* ar ma Eisr Lw%oc An exhibition of works of ait an handicraft has been opened at the Ka. Wiamacla, tha RAv. A Brown, pastor, pre ' its are of a- vary varied charactei &om the point of view that tt
majority of__________________________
to evoke considerable interest.
Ivpoktatiox or Mbat.—From a return just issued it appears that during the six months ended January meat ware imported into the United Kingdom from the United States, 4,399 tone bmng aaltod beaf. 7^X8 hash beef, 4,801 salted n6rk, 13 Aash pork, 935 ton* salted or fresh of meat not otherwise described, which it is understood consisted principally of fresh « " ---- ' "
quantity-imported during thi __
— * 5,885 tons, compared with 6,024 tons in the
........hi October,
January last
of December, 4,062*7 __ ____
8,250 in September, and 2,344 in August.

haha had p
^atnw.ime a few minuk
porly labelFea. Beoeased waa taken to the Royal *'ree
H?v»pi'where she died In three hours from the effect* &&%%%%&"SUM "
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