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.TOUTHAMP The fortnightly meetlng'ol
Thursday afternoon.; Jbe Depu»y-prseidont (Mr. D. XL
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id M. Baicheli
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PAtPinis*.
The number of peapere IA the Homo ii 469, *g»>' the corresponding week last vwr ol 804. showing lecrease of 83. The numbers of out door baupersemli March 8th, 1878, are—men. 681; woman, 202| cbildri 490; total, 1273. Corresponding week last ycar-mc «38; moesen, ** ^ ehlldr^m. 449; laW. IBM.
TBI otmehavl BTSTS*.
Mr. Davie moved that the resolution passed on t IBtho* October. 1877, respecting the Overheel \# mittoe be rescinded, and that for the future • " rn mitteo be empowered to strike off or put on they might deem »»eee»ary.^-Mr. J. Ulshop the proposition^ and eaid he knew a esse In poiht, wm
i poor old woman wso sadly r lumstancea. . He thought the cum >ower to act, and the only thing be 1
cordially.-
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mines should hare ras could they Jppoiwd the froposWw most J Ayon strongly objected to the re-K1UU1U| v. - .solution that bad1 o?ly been —
attend If he pleased. If this 1 winded they would not get gent ei

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uul(,lr---------..mpetent to adjudicate on this
question then it was time their constituents elected better men.—The Deputy President said the Guardians considered it a farce to go to these overhauls and then in a week or fortnight's time report the same to themselves. He should support 'the proposition.—Un a division the proposition *»i carried, the whole voting for it with the exception of General Tryon. '
TUB REMOVAL OMICHk The Clerk read a letter from the Local Government Board, approving of the ippointment of Mr. W. Hill as removal officer, at the salary of £110 a year.
THl nOWITlL AT WMT QOAT.
A letter wis read from the Sanitary Committee of the Town Council as to the desirability of pauper* suffering from infectious or contagious diseases being admitted into the hoepital at West-quay, which the Sanitary Authorities declined to sanction.—The Deputy-President said by sending their pauper sick to this hospital it would be a great saving to the ratepayers of ; b*t from some cause or other the Sanitary
mlttee d Vined.—General Tryon 1 "' epigram on Dr^FeL—-

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All trains on the Andori 3outlianiotoa and Netley lines
Leave Netley A.r. South' Ui

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8 K _ 8 50 er and Rodbridgeand the third class.
UORRESpONDENCE.
He never saw a more dog m-tbe-manger business in bis life —The Clerk read a letter from the Local Government Board, dated 7th September, 1876, stating that with reference to the refusal of the Town Council to receive paupers suffering from infectious diseases the Board were of opinion that such paupers ought to be received into such hoepital, and without reference to another section of the community. Subsequently anolhof letter was ycelved from the Local Government Boerd, stating that'they regretted the decision of the Town Council, but the Board had no power in the matter.—Mr.Warren' said he thoroughly disagreed with the action of the Sanitary Committee, and thought Ihey had not acted fairly to that Board.—Mr. W aid en said there was a hospital with no one in it, and be thought it was a shame that that Board should be compelled to build a hospital and keep up a stag of servants while these were doing nothing.—On the suggestion of General Tryon, the Clerk was directed to again write to the Town Clerk on the subject.
pitiNTnrar Fimrtnroi rasTimu"
•atebaahsafe888,
ar "Bridge-street), own or Country.
rESSRS. 'MABEB AND PARKER
made Arrangements with one of the
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1"11"8rSsXtol.I.V HKLKCrEI) SHER»Y,
beg to recommend this as a pure Sherry and a 8DPKR10R THNE. mtXc per dA.
Light ClareU. pufe Bordeaux Wine, which will keep and improve In bottle, horn 164 30s per. dm.
MABBR AND PAEKBB,
AGENTS POB WA88 & 0&'« PA LB ALE.
EVERY DESCRIPTION of PRINTING
executed with economy and despatch, at the Obterver Office. 21. Bntnoi Strict, 8outhakpto«.
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1TOHELL AND Co. PATENT
COPYING INK PENCILS
XJtAD, isr, AWD COPYING PENCIL COMBINED.
PRICE ONE SHELLING ild by C. Uayner; 21, Bridge.street, Southampton.
Public Accountant.
JOHN J. BDBNETT (snccessor to Mr. William Brooks), 2, HIGH STREET, South
Stock and Share Broker.
JOHN J. BURNETT (successor to Mr.
WllUi* Bmowu). ^ HIGH STREET, 80m. AMPTO*, EPPECT8 SALES and PGECOASES of STOCKS and SHARKS of every description, on the same terms as business is transacted in tne London Stock Exchange.
Wetenhall's Daily and Weekly Share Lists, and Slaughter's Railway Intelligencer, Aled for reference and information afforded of lb* Latest Prices of British and-Foreign Railways, Mires, Banks, Docks, and Miscel-aneoos Investments,
ONE BOX of CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS
is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex, acquired or constitutional: Gravel and Pains in the Back.—Sold in boxes, 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors; or sent to any address for 60 stamps by the Maker, P. J. CLARKE, Consulting Chemist, H*&h Street, Lincoln.—Wholesale Agents, Barclay k So**, London, and all the Wholesale Houses. Sold by the following chemists In Southampton: — Johns ana Co., two doors below Bargate; G. Dowman, Wholeeale Chemist, 160, High street, Chipper-geld. P. O. (Wllne (let* Palk), W. O. AuaWm. 108, SL Mary's street- W. Burcb ; J. T. Ruble. 19, Bernard street and W. Thomas, 168, High street.
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13 CHRISTOPHER HORSEMAN, Proprietor JgEDSTEAD DEPART ME XT.
A large and railed stock of WINFIELD'S, PERRY'S mod other CELEBRATED MAKERS
BRASS & IRON, FRENCH & ARABIAN, BEDSTEADS,
FOLDING CHAIR BEDSTEADS. * CUQUIOMS Children's Cote, Invalid Beds, Ac.
SOLE. AGENT for the PATENT WIRE WOVE SPRING MATTRESS,
di special attention to the
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Highly recommended to families, housekeepers, hotel proprietors, skip owners, the medical profession
and managers of public institutions.
These Mattresses are now fitted up fo^ inspection s our Sh&w Boom, 13, High-street.
IKALI&A'I JAIZ3UKI
WILL (ttd^ and TYOsthcr permitting) ran hit.,* t%e ROYAL P'EE. SOUTH-
WSBK DAY& _ SothampL* W Oomie K30. :U« a
Southampton to Rvde—M), 11.10 a.*.. 2.0 i


Southampton to ror*smojtb—ll.10a.i_
Southampton to P„rt#*a (New Railway Pier)—8.S), It.10 ^m., 3.0, and 3.S-. p.
U.10.K*a#d4^0 Portsmouth to 1
ly Pi»r) to W«.t Co woe—8.0 sue,, f Pier) to Southampton — 8.0 a.ts., Mt Cowee—6JW a.m., 12.15, 2.25, aad Portsmouth to Southampton—8M s.m., 12.15, 2J5, and *'tkiath*>» to West Cowoo-8.30a.rn., 11.80. MO, and Sj#" P fcoothsea to Southampton—SJJ a.m., 1120,2.10, and 4.20*
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K. 3.15, aod 5.15 p.m.
3.15, and J.15t p.« m.. 3.15, and S.lStp.ro way Pier)—8.40
the lunatics belonging

improved In tbelr jn->ved and Mr. Waters
character^ eight pei
ilecL—The Deputy-Preside! xmded the adoption of the i jusly accepted.
The report of the Committee was read.—The Deputy-President said there were no less than paupers required to bs removed at a cost of £10 weekly to various unions, but he was sorry to say that Mr. i ldridge, the magistrates' clerk, threw some obstruction in their way, and would insist of having every witness bo cvuld got bold of, he would have a man from Gibraltar if be could. Tho other day it cost the Board £1 16s 8d to bring a witness to prove a case whose preeenco was totally unnecessary. There were throe brothers In tho houie now who ought to have been removed tbrso wesks ago, but mere not, In consequence of Mr. Eldridge failing to send the depositions Board. He bad also to complain seriously of the kept waiting .....
he, himself, w,
minute would mifEco for what he wi______
ten adopted.—Mr. Waters said it was i opposed the eppolntment of Mr. Hill
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The report was wsll known that as removal ofSi Board above.
appointment. I removal officer, i President above. . ....
Leigh for doing this work, an. ......
opposition by Mr. Eldridge. but now h could do the work, It was quite diSerent. time had arrived when they should ii deputation wait on the magistratss. and could not be remedied, and so save the tc of money. He moved that a deputatio
igratulated the Board men read a letter from Mr. Hill, tirmlng what is stated by the Deputy-"" " 7 jeers paid Mr.
^sL PRASE'S BILL.
Ta (&* I6ler l*s Oe*fka,ap*ea C&eerver.
Bui.- I regret to find that the Southampton A.C.Y.
^unprincipled -k for the eatlro'and uneondlU<
bik-l regret t» find that
League should petition lm fa*--------- _
. Pease's BUI. the National League being
er the law (tho Vacdnat. repealed, or It Is good, and


©pinion, foended on many vears1 experience. Is thst Mr. Peftn-b lllll will never be heard of again, ilo has drawn a wn tcbed bad place, and 1 think has no ebaoce."
1'arll.imeut Ignorantly says—an unvaocinated child Is • nuWauco. Mr. Pease, who Is In favour of vaccination.
pr iriically says-you may buy tho llbortv of keeping this ^ "p,r"
II \V( . as a people, bad not boon corrupt and tyrannical. It l« imi->»tlblo that so corrupt a despotism aa compulsory Tarcinailon could have fallen upon us. It IS Impossible for us ever • > have an enemv worse than ourselves. TJioso who su. i "i Mr. Pease's Bill, arc, though they .may not know It t-i. r:n- the venr spirit, unrighteous and untrue, which is eii.ic.iiiHl In tl/e Vaccination Acts. /
II >» l» cause I know thst nothing can set us free from tli i xiornal bonds of compulsory vaccination but cordial
K* ifhsr SSS"
feassmewM
p;™siliapS
if this evil » appointed
seconded by Mr. Bishop, who nominal odtbe dspuUtion as follows—The Deputy-President,'Mr. Waters, and Mr. Wooldridge.—After considerable discission, the proposition was unanimously adopted.
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The Committee's report on these schools was read, and was most satisfactory, the report stating that the girls looked cleaner and more healthy than had been the case for a long time.—The report was adopted.
The master reported that be had received <00 eggs, as a present to the inmates, from Mr. Renrut. egg merchant, of Cowes and Southampton. 200 of tho eggs bad been cooked for the Inmates, and Vero all in One condition, and much appreciated. The master also tated that ho bad received two parcels of books for the Mr. John White, Above
Bar, and the other from" Mr. C.
street, alio a parcel of news and . . T. Pope, Highfield.—Votes of thanks wi
papers from Mr before thi
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.
, , ' , WEDNESDAY.
In tho House of Cocpmons, Major O'Gorman moved the second reading of his Bill for assimilating the muncipal frAnchiso of Ireland to that of England ; his aim, be explained, being to oonfer on the Irish people the benefit of English institutions. The bill was opposed by Mr. Itavanagh, on the ground that a " Were sitting who would inquire into the
itldcred thst they wh<
MM
j, Tlvot, Cheltenham, Mareh 4tb, u:s
ten Lodge, T
TUB TUXKBItf AVICIuijC,
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l oot.the inoon. aoe of ezpraasing an opinion on an abstract question rorming part of a very oomplox problem. In the course oftbe debate the Bill wae also opposed by Mr. Maoartney, aod supported w Jlr., ll^ldon. Mr. Gray, Mr. M. Broooks, Sir J. jl'Kenna, and Mr. Sullivan. Mr; J. Lowtber, Ohiflf Secretary for Ireland, declined to pass an opinion on the merits or. demerits of tho measure, but was content to grd&nd his opposition to it on the fact that the wljolq matter had heen referred to a Committee. The House then divided, and they threw out the Bill by a majority of five only, tho numbers being 106 to' 160. The result gave rise to louid oheering from tb» Minority.—Mr. Mupdella ^having moved the second reading of the Town Countrils; Local Boaids, and other Local Governing Bodies Bill. Mr, 0. Lewis, who hid given notice of his intention to oppose it, pbjeeted to going on with the discission, that, advanced .hour, twenty five - minutes
Kfise, and moved,jthat the. fJeb^U; be adjourned.
Hoose thereupon wen*, a ^division, , and negatived the niotion fbr adjournment by 100 to 161, or. .a majority of nine Next Mr Sell mpved the adjournment of the House, and another division waa. taken, which resulted in the defeat of the motion by ,17V-: M. The debate was then adjourned, as the boa. bad arrived beyond which ■ contentious business could not beoamed on •'W^dnjedtf — Mr. Rowley' Hill brought in » Bill- tA amend the Jurisdiction and ProeediU* tf the Ownty Cedrta, and for the discouragement of frivoloqe'defe^oee therein. • '
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OSOAR SHIELDS & SON,
ADVEETI8INO AGENT8 AND BILL POSTERS, M, UPPEB PORTLAND TERRACE, SOUTHAMPTON.
SECURITY of Advertisement* guaranteed.
Upwards of Sixty Private Posting Stations, where D. 8. and SON nave the exclusive right, both in Town
LIST:—
Oxford Street (J)
Bridge Kosd Marsh Road (Vul
St. Aadrew's Koad Orchard 8wet Cricket Qsdund
North am Works
Knd Railway Hot
Bridge Street _ Northam Bridge "klriey (Cmwn)
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HORSE AND YAN kgPT FOR COUNTRY
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BROWN'S REXRDIES.—BAMPLBS PBEB.
EEP-8EATED COUGHS, COLDS,
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS ASTHMA, ill afTecti-ns of the Throat and Chest, are quickly relieved and permanently cured by "BROWN'S H ERHAL REMEDIES." All who suffer are requested to lest the efficacy of these medicines. A Sample Bottle will be ssnt by post to all applicants on receipt ef 4d in stamps, to pre-pay postage ; also a Treatise o* Throat ind Lung Complaints of 43 large octavo pages. A ihonld be given. Address,
-..... d*e*dpG#n ** «y_- —--—
Prof. O. Phelps Brown, 2,. King-stree London.




PARDON'S INDIAN**"%NCTURH RHEUMATISM.
obtain ease in a short time, dven when _»!=. PARDON'S INDIAN TINCTURE FOE BHEUMATXSM should be taken. It is a safe dnd simple but most effectual Remedy for Rheumatic pain in the arms, shoulders, hips, hands, feet, legs, Ac. ^ Thousands h*vo tried it, and boon relieved
sn know in
D<*r Blr,—Last Saturday week ' my right knee' wai so sw.iUbo with Eheu«atlsm that It was twloo lis usual »ixt. and full of the moat agonising pain. Onlr with the greatest difficulty could I move. I went to your shop In a cart, and with assistance, ja.t managed to got out and creep along on two sticks. You advised mo to try a bottle of your Indian Tincture, and I took one home, and waa so completely cured by it, that the next Saturday I walked back to Maidstcce,
This is not a

ill be read w —Last Saturday


ind I hope they will b.
Gontlomen,—I have snffered f. • lth Itbeumatkyyalns, and hi
jmpletely cured as I was.
OBaBLBm BBBBCH. ie. Nuvember loth. 1974. . - $or»years,aff end em tried ono thing and another.
_________ ,—.-----------------now quite free fron
10 ™ 7o&?$dWS DRAY. Werklag In Bremeklay's Brewovy, Maidstone Sole Makers—PARDON k SON, Maidstone. FAitqon's INDIAN TmcruaB is sold by all Chemist but if not in stock any Chemist csn procure it from hii Wholesale London House * and it is worth trying, a
teldom fails to give tbo gi

Southampton, Mr. h. Hunt, SL Mary's.street Lanupobt, Mr. G. W. Brown, 214, Lake-roail; Mr. J. Stanswdod, Commerical-road; Mr W. Hsyles, 21, Arundle-strtet ; ' ■" .
Sold ik Bottlm, Is ljd, 2s 3J, and 4s 6d zacii.
T^d. PER torrLB, 7^1
BLEJ3 8 THE DABY.
CHILDREN, bas .been With the greatest success, for the simple reason that it is the safest and most effectual medicine that can possibly
•"^Se question, of course, will be asked, what is Nuasa Baowtt a, Mixtcrs made of I We answer that.it is composed of various gums, syrups, and balsamic articles well known to be nssful.ln dispersing or " cutting " the phlegm, and in allaying inflammation, soothing irritation, and by tbslr cooling and demulpent properties restoring the little sufferer to health and enjoyment There Is no Laudanum whatever in Noasm BRovr.v's Mixrona.
Another question that will Us asked le, WhaSfa Ntnw*. Bnowa'e. Murvaa good for T Well, ll is csrtaln to relieve, and in most cases core,:any:cold or cough a child ntjay have, moreover It does not do so by merely stilling lbs cougk, but by going tp the csmo of the cosa-plainl in dispersing the phlegm, cooling the inflammed passageo of tbeehest. aqd assisting the. lungs to mover
%n {Group or Whooping Cough Ncaai BaowW TORB Is very effectual, whilst In Common Coughs and Colds, It may be depended upon not only In the way of giving Relief'but as a Oars.
—----Ontting ttelr Teeth Noaas Baowa's
aa It thoroughly the gums, giving qalst night, to the
wWSm
Maidstone, bat may be-tutf of the who have been appointed Agents Jn
C. H. would also respectfully direct attention to the
FEATHER BED AND MATTRESS DEPAETMBNT.
GOOSE and other FEATHER BEDS In boat Linen Tiok.
Made and filled on the promise* with the best PURIFIED FEATHERS.
IIAIR AND WOOL itATTRESSES
kept in stock in all sites.
Pillow and Bolster Cases,
WHITE and COLOUEED ALEAMBRA an MARSALA QUILTS and COUNTERPANES.
B
EDROOM FUBNITUBE.
; ENAMELLED GOODS. MAHOGANY, WALNUT, and EIEOH DUCHES8 TABLES AND WTANDS CRESTS OF DRAWERS. DRESSING TABLES.
MARBLE TOP STANDS, TOWEL HOEEES,
A choice selection of
SINGLE and DOUBLE SETS of TOILET WAB E.
^BARING-ROOM FUBNITUBE
WALNUT and INLAID SUITES in 6ILK and WORSTED HEPS, SATIN CLOTH,
CBETONNE,
UPHOLSTEBED oa the PBEMISES,
ALL MATERCALS WARBANTED CLEAN AND PURE
ROOM) and OVAL WALNUT and AMBOYNA WOOD LOO TABLES.
WALNUT CHEFFlONEEBy, with CARVED BACKS and PLATE GLASS.
j^INING-BOOM FUBNITUBE.
MAHOGANY and OAK TELESCOPE DINING TAELES.inallSiwe,
SIDE EOABDS. with PLATE GLASS BACKS, DINNER WAGGONS,
MAHOGANY and OAK DINING BOOM SUITES, In MOEOCCO A BO AN LEATHEE, UPHOLSTEEED on the PEEMI8E8, ' GVABANTEED THE PUBEST
MATERIALS USED, AND THE BEST WOBKMANSHIP EMPLOYED in the MANUFACTUBE.
Sole Agent for the
AUSTBIAN BENT WOOD FURNITURE
An inspection of tho same is respectfully invited.
CABPET AND FLOOBCLOTk DEPAETMENT.
SHOW BOOMS, 16, HIGH.STREET. A LAEGE STOCK of TURKEY, AKMINSTER, WILTON, VELVET PILE, BBUSSELS, TAPESTRY, AND KIDDERMINSTER CARPETS.
All of the -Beet Quality and NEWEST DESIGNS FROM THE MOST CELEBRATED MANUFACTOBIBS.
F
L O OB CLOTHS.
D
Jvod of tioUrfliwjn aid boa »L( liliw ril
Xk&ra, rivc.itu 11 lArfijiuu other OURTADT MATERIALS.. A large Stock of CRETONNES—very cheap, suitable fur DRAWING and DINING ROOM CURTAINS,
LpO&E COVER BED DRAPERIES, Ac. SWISS LACE, LENO, and MUSLIN CURTAINS. VELVET PILE end CLOTH TABLE COVERS. Upholstery Trimming.
Experienced WORKMEN In every Branch. CARPET PLANNER^ end FITTEBB eent to anj : p.,. of tb« Com.,,. . , ; , „
ALL GOODS DELIVERED IN OUR
OWN VAK.'OR BY.'RAl^:
;cXKRiiaEiFttpa.TQ: ALL J'AUTB.
pURCHAS^Ep unwJ uU 1 >uiuf it,.w \
AU.OOODS ... ^JSATjSPA^ON.^. b.'
V ,. ! r u ,r,I -;i'l—, .i: j vL Notethe^
West Cuwos to Southampton—7.0, 9.50 a.m., I AO. 8.1C P. — tjkk# gp Pwaoaeers at thei
it the dltcrstion of the Com:
8D5DAY8.
Southampton to West Oowoa—8.*5 a.m..>2.90 and Southampton to Byde—&4# a.m., and 2.30 p.i

_____,--0 Soathsom Ports m
Railway Pior)—8.45 in, aad 2.W p a. West Cowes to Kyde, Southsea, Porta*
Pier)—10.0 a.m.. and 4.0 p.i
- ••
^...tamoQth to Wail
ith. and Portaaa (How
ray Pier)—10.0 a.m.. and 4.0 p.m.
Portaca (New Railway Pior) to West Cowes and South-npton—a40 a.m.. sod i.O p.m.
Porta mouth to Wast Cowes and Southampton—8.45 and Southsea to West Cowee and Bout&tca—8.50 a.m., and Hyde to West Cowes and Southampton—9 JO a.m., am Wast Cowee to Southampton—7.0.10.0 a m., and kO p.m. Cargo Boats for the eoaveytne* ot Heavy Lonwt. Goods lorses, Carriafes, and Cattle, will leave Southampton, lally, at about 9.W a_m., and Co waa at about 1.0 p.
MBOLE FABB9.
^douthsoa. or 'ler^-lnoiudmf
Southsea, Portsmouth. or Pertaee (n.w Railway Mer| .
t Cowes to Byde „
Portsmouth
Hallway Pier—including
Lost but is found,
Tee Turkish Fleet,
And note, it is not to bo a gift to tho Czar, bob for
SIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!!
MISTAKE NOT THE ADDRESS:
GAMLEN BROS.' • Comer shop only.
At the last days of the Sale, which terminates on Saturday, March 9th, Gamlen Brothers are giving each customer a Present in commemoration.
Company's OS on th, Royal aud Return

.re issued at the Royal Pier, Southern pi
jid^ the "
1 to tbo ral^y st charged according
i Newport ^to
for two^ays), Portsea Pier
company's r iteraga tariff.
Contract'Tickets and Books *f family Tickets (a»aiwela by all the ordinary stammers) may be obtained at the Ocm pany's Office, 3, High-street, Souihamytoo, and the West Cuww Plar. JUB* J. BORXKTT. Secretary. Southampton. I«!e of Winht, and South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.. Limited.
Company's Offices. 2. HIjfb street. Southampton.
Cirr. W. SHORT. Acting Manager,
list of Gifts.
rpo BE GIVEN AWAY,
A now Silk Scarf, to every purchaser of flvo shillings.
rr O BE
A handsemo i
GIVEN AWAY,
it of Gold-plated Links and Binds if ten shillings.
^DIGESTION
L1
C
O M P L A I NT
Are the leading disi cause great debility a: they should have pro;
mch suffering it is import treatment. The symptoms
N DIGESTION
difficult Digestion of Fooi}, Oppression ess of the Bowels, Furred Tongue, igth. Wind. Flat
Pains In the Stoma iallowness of Complexion, Depression of rousness, Disturbed Sleep, Cold Limbs. Fi flushing of ths Pace, Dryness of * if the Knees, Dimness of Sight,
irostrate. The symptoms of
Mouth, Weaknei
I VER
C
OMPL AINT:—
i In the Sides, Pains in the Shoulder Blades, Diffi-in Breathing, Dry Cough,Thirst, Yellowness of the end Hkln. gickneoe end Vomiting, DiOcully ol
B
AG LEY'S STOMACH PILLS.

Pills are specially prepared for the cure of of the Stomach, Liver, end Head, and being i any poisonous drug, may be taken with safety ungest child, or by persons of advanced years.
_______jS and gentlemen of delicate cooLtolions, and
subject to nervousness, they are one of ths best medicines ever prepared. By their use the Irritubilit', despondency, and nervousness which accompany Indigestion, give way to a cheerful flow of spirits, and that morbid melancholy so deploiablo in all," IS entirely destroyed. They promote digestion, increase the appetite; and by imparting to the stomach that strength required to properly digest the food, the whole system is strengthened
The following Testimonials will show the efficacy of
gAGLEYS STOMACH PILLS
. JhfcSi
Mr, Cox. of Ludlow, says s " I was suffering from Indigestion luid Liver Complaint, and was under the treatment of several Doctors, but all failed to five me relief. Being recommended by a friend to try these Pills I did so, for which I am thankful, as they soon restored me to health and strength. I have recommended them to ill my acquaintances, end now always use them as a family medicine."
Mr Foster, of 12, Adam-street, Middlesborough. says " Please send me a box of Bsgley's Pills, for Indigi
Kr return of post; they are the only Pills fi ve received any benefit."
Mr Downs, of Hay ton's Bent, says: " I was suffering very mtich from Indigestion, Weakness, and Depression of Spirits, which rendered me incapable of attending to my work for some months. After having bad medicsj advice and recoivipg no benefit therefrom, I waa induced to tre Bagloy's Ilerbscoous Stomach Pills, which have done mt o much good that I can now follow my employment with ease and comfort; In fact. I feel quite a new man."
Mr. Dovey, Ludlow, says: " I never enjoyed better heslth In my life than I have since taking your Pills, end can tbsrafore strongly recommend them.''
Mr. Eointon, agent for Dadflsld, mays s " I sm glad of say that all who have used them speak highly of them" " John Griffith, of L*U»*. was labouring -.severe Stomach Complaint, says: I found benefit from your Pills as oqon as I had taken them : thoy, o«##. lioned no Inconvenience whatever."
Sold In boxes. Is l^d and 2s 9d each.
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Mr. Bianvenu, 8L Mary street; Mr; Ruble, Bernard-f Pevs^ Aeeeell Mr.
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A handsome Scarf Pin, to every purchaser of inly shillings.
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usslan Leather Purse, to every purchaser of shillings.
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A Silk Umbrella, to every purchaser of forty shillings.
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A pair of strong Elastlc-sido Boots, to svery purchaser of fifty shillings.
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A half-guinea three pounds.
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Silk Hat, to every purchaser of
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A rich Silk Pocket Handke-chlef and Silk Muffler, to every purchaser of four pounds.
Saturday, March 9th, THE LAST DAY.
; NOTE THE ADDRESS:
35, Beriukd Street,
per of Brunswick Square.