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/-"? , . ■ • THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER ASP WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY MARCH 23. 1S78.
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bold in BoTTUN, 1. l&d. 2« 3d, mod 4* 6d each.
CORRESPONDENCE. |
rnr.n to all m% tiirju o** u*np«^nyat^.
tiik frnnrrroa or morality!
To th» fritter "\J Dii kuUJulm^iii* cA»m«.-.
SUi Mi"S
np 3 of your Uu ItWt, entitled " Morality,; ill Cao«r. e Meana ot Ju, Miilnatnrtltiboor* M i >em with.their own con., roopoty. It ^telnl^ deflei
irkablv well for tha^ part of ihi

OUafied WftjKMt Inn wuietlng iUIbl Morallly la a beaetly r i»e erval national law of en >rl»llfv'0 of all latflllbrvat llfn nuraliiy oaghtto be ml lot, clear about tlie au,
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iu*W**k*l lemwly being wholly efflea. think thla letter f» •• wrota .
of tbe mean rxcilie that " % for" Mortality." I'm, know
ancr hn'ittif hrm dHowi*"* -a* km gib. thr -President
Miw-wwm u> Yrt "%/wmwwocwnM i
fi'iat ^Aic 'iio h'.^aad-Mi ..p:#*twkt'y^f luek,*, hia
eon«tilne:tie.*lecHi*:*aa flentfd. ut»lof[at*nv»W,t p*..
culi.v circuin»ti»i'«e*» iMf 'lierefwto Uhrk ftn^mfpur-,. tunity }.f i'ua"V.inK,ll»« MiWf M\,Slu>^g\Vlor tlx honour th«y liaf wufrrrrdi;|. lum, a?id Upiftd h« should continue to luetU; their confidence aud »u.port (near. hear). Mt- Lubgley then Alluded t«j the change, In lb* law frapetlinii. the Ouar.liipe to be elected tteit iter, which bad been broujth* >7 blmeetf, while W
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WILL: (tide and weather ber.fttttfinj) ran bkweL the ROYAL PIB & «0%TH. wBTiMOurh. 70TPO urST (jl v?**w* ^
MA follow a (Railway Uaa obearved). hot the oonaeotiou e eteanpaoket* and traloe ia pot pafwOteed I—•
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c.\2pa,\v^uioa*w„.
& 10, UlOU-SrUKKIi'andSZj .KASTiSTBBET. CHBIS10PBBS HUHSEttAS, Ropritlor
the large pi
he bad alldded
► Our oomapondent la right to a "T." Although b<
ll awfully aere
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ought to know,
re—tua leae a aid
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
LONDON AND SOUTHAMPTON,
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PROrOSKD INKANt NUB3KRT.
To Me JMtter.
St*.—I am well aware that the ppeaent la by no mc favourable Ume for aaklog help towanla any new s taking. There are already eo many e*e«Uaot Inatlti eatabllabed amongat na, which Jually claim a meaa our eopport. and tu« - tlraee are 00 bad." that It mut very much needed Inetltulloo. and a highly comma, project, which can hope at the preeent time to be lao
Z^dJd'bowhrSe MtaW%mentof which 1 LSI
your help, and that of the publle through your eolutn Both In my own pariah, and In the School Board Com-
bow haraaaed and hampered poor women are who hai little Infante too young to be eent to eehool. Mow that, many men are out of employment tbeae poor creatun would fain augment their mlaerably email In cornea 1 undertaking a day'a work. But what le to be done wli the baby ? Kltber the woman haa t6 forego hi
merclaa of anyonwwbo m
tbe tender baby' beraelf)
the elder infant** and muc2 t'aoiMeaaon thla evil, by opening at -----poor little creaturee ma;
---£lve it hoaaer
______of tbe elder Rtrla (often a ________.
kept from mkeol to look after tbe little impedli which an Inluat*— "• •» —
1
-Infant Nnraery «• where
be left for tbe day, and be moroa*niT comrortauie 1 tbe care of a paid matron, aeelstari by eome vol a aasletant*. They will be bouaed, fed. amueed. and for at the coet to tbe mothar of one penny per day. I mentioned my Intended acheme to many of thoae wh placed In the circumstance* I bare rafurred to. and unanimously expreaabd their earoeat with that tbe jnlghtbeearried out To do thla effectually. I need pecuniary aaalatance from the benevolent, and also gl mattresses, large and small, disused coU and baaslneta. toys, pictures, or any of tbe usual furniture neceesary for a large
1 aJ7at present In treaty about a large room, am pnah on the opening of the - Infant Runery" with as despatch as possible. Meanwhile. I shall anxiously it for help. I am, sir. Ac..
8. Lawrence Rectory. Southampton. 14lb March, is TllK LATK KIRS ABOVK-BAR.
To th* Editor of th» Southampton O&ssmsr. Slit.—With your kind permission. I wlah, through the
ind ti, Abore bar. Mar
d of two; two beihg Wket» fh»m Bt o I rem Holy Rood. Formerly guar Lid only eerve two years at a time, now. b» the hang* he bad alldded to. ther could be elected an-' mally (hear, bear)—Mr. Oooticillor Dartnall, who »u eived with cheers, said he b«KRed to thaqk tliom all the kind support be had receiyed In Uie oast, as y were all well aware be as re-rlrcted laat.Novem-ber unopposed, and it would be hie constant endeavour to do all that lay in hia power to proinoto tha Interests d welfare of the ward of Su Michael, and to uphold e cause of Conservatlim (cheer*).—Mr. Cbuadller irford aald he conaldered and felt it his dhty to support meervative Associations, as th#y were the very baelu >ne of their cause (cheers). He believed tbe preeent ivernment were the right men In the right place, aud ,d the confidence of the country. Their Conservative isociations were la excallent order ; the rank and file ting ready, at a moment'a netlce, for any emergency, .aud.it wae by these meetings, frem time to time, that they kept their strength up; and, ar he had eald^prepared themselves for any emergency (hear, hear). Their oldandhighly-respected member,the Bight Hon.Bnesell
City of London; but he truited the right hon. gentle. ian might be spared to 1 1 come (applause) —Mr
hearty vote of thanke U «... — --------
tat evenig.—This was carried by acclamation, and Mr. leal, in returning thanke, said netblmg pleased him tore than to assist in promoting the Interest* of Uiat «rd. He, with the as.istance ef his colleague*, had carried out. at th* Harbour Board, a great deal of Improvement at the Town-quay. The restUt being that large amount of trade was brought to the Quay, th* -it," otherwise, have been the case, had not the* ments been carried out, which would do a large Of good to that ward (cheer*).—Votee of thanks were proposed to the pait officer*, and retpon.
id Mr. J. Bishop j and this brought icceesful meeting.
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Laava Arrive at Leave Arrit-at
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10 10r 18 64 11 28
11 40? 12 14 12 SO
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"CONTAhOW D18KAHK3 (ANIMALS) BILL.
To lAs Editor o/tA< SoutKimpton O&aarear. Sir,—with your kind permission I should like to pol t some reasons why we should oppose the above £ from becoming law.
No doubt the framcn would have us believe It Is most c ■Irable that ll Should become an Act of Parliament, with. .. view ofstamplng out cattle dlseaw. and which ther would also have ua bailor® I. Imported from abroad, but that auch
------ country has anything whi
generally, with Its lutroditf tlon frou professor J. B Slmmonda, PrlncU y College of England, alao state,

In 1839 raged to a greater extent In mi and law than it h ror ra*eu alncc, auu waa more illairUcUve to life at Hi me than It has ever been since, quite before foreign Ir irtatlon existed."
This clearly proves tliat It eanaot be to stsmpont tl
1 that tbe dlwiaan ' A; ^li, altuals In the United Klngdot tucnl of animals from abro
6,134 aulmala, valued at £l.a«j. bat any further reatrictiona would iranch of our foreign trade, crtppli

.°°Thenu It n
maaaes of our country 1 ild be our end
mpetltloo with foreign countries now
character that unless Knglk--------------
heaply as the foreign artiaan he cannot work so chesp at f as on the continent, a man can live for one-third leaa thi >e can in England, la there any reason to doubt that ho ei rork cheaper f Then let us see to It that our homo lodu ries are not crippled for the want of ehesp food, nor let eat uatll In the Interest of our tolling thousands we ahi >e able to make aos. go as far In Englsud as on the Contl. lent This can only be done by a steady and detlrmlnoc eslstance to such •'Bills" as the " Contaglr


to petition against so unjust a - BUI."
I am pleased to a late thai up to the time of writ
We.t Oowse — 8.6
____(New Railway Pier) to Southampton — a 6
1110. A to awl taOjw*.
Councillor Dartnall proposed 9 MnDeal for hit atwr-----
Sontlamptua to Bonthaaa—11.1Q -.—-----
Beutbamptoa to Poriemoalb—11.10a.16 and 3 SSt . Boataamptod to Portsea (X.w Railway Ptsr)—8.30, 11.10

Oowee-*JO aa, 11.15, 1.35. aad Portamouth U Soatkanpton—S3» ajk. 11.1^ 1.25, and tkiaUsaia to West C«wea-1.50 am., lt.18. ^30, and 6JW booth sea to Southampton—&8t a.m^ 11.30,140, and 440" Byd«to Weat Qjwee—0.6_aaa , 1140. 3.0, aad 5.6 ^.m. _ _
12.20. J.IS. and U5 p.m.
West Oowee to Southampton—7.0. 1.50 A.«a^ 1 JO. J.40, • •• This Steamer w01 chly take up Passengers at these Mere for Ryde, Cowse. and Ooathamptoa on entering the
' t'rwa* Boat will only call at Southsea and Portsmouth Piers at the dlaoretlom of tbe Oom wander.
HO MOATS.
f onthampton to West 0>wee—8-i5 ajn., A30 and 5.15 p.m.
5%= % (5».
law Railway Pier)—16.6 a.to., and AO p.m.
Porteea (New RaUway '
Portsmoi^t^S'Weat Oowee and Southampton—8.45^nd
r Pier) to Wast Oowee and South-
Soatbssa to West Ob was aad Scmthamptoa—AJO a llyd's to West Cowea aad Bouihamptoa—9» 1
WeetOowee to Soatbasspton—T.0.10.0 am., and to p.m. daily, at about 9 *0 ajn.. and Oowee at about AO


iry Tgoods ooarajed by Passenger Boats will be it Is par c#. j 1 peels, glass. Ac., afi special rata*.
BINGLR FARB8. Sonth'ton to W. Oowse. v
Ml _
„ ^ te ^Southern or ,,° to Portsea (new Hallway Pier—Ine udjng BCTuilN TICKETS. South'ton to W. Cowea „
«» oontniea or Portsmouth „
m t* Porteea (new Railway Pier—including
- • • and W. U. Rogers. Ksqrs.
«d 12icapable.—a man named Goodchlld, of brought up for being drunk and incapable on 1 tiiu previous day. and bad to be taksn to the truck.—lie was discharged.
PuaxiSHCD LoDGMoa. — Jemima Dean was 1 ateallag nblanket^valoed at 10a, the property
tody the previous night, and on telling her the charge she said she know nothing about It 1 but on the way to the a tali 00 a he aald to Mr. Shelley s If you won t have me lociiod up. I will aquare It all to morrow , and at the station she repeated that statement —Defendant said she
confirmed the offloer's ststemenL On this evidence, the prisoner was remanded till Saturday.
CnancE or Ronniso a TiLU-Edward Hayter, a Isd 15 years of ags, was charged with stealing 6s 8d from lbs tlll-at the Dolphin Inn. Portswood. on Wednesday morn-Ing.—From the evidence of a lad named Thoro.lt appeared that both.were employed at the Cement-Works.
road, aad took some cement to the Portswood
sked Thorn xoho li lie did so. bufcoul, id prisoner went it


South'ton Son'k
Redbrldg*. Rom

SOUTHAMPTON AND NKTLET.
Leave Bouth't*
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e . A.1I trains on the Andover and Bedbridgeand the Southampton and Nolley line* are third class.

ST. MICHAEL'S CONSERVATIVE ASSOOIAl'IOK.
Th. »,,a, 0( lh< S1_ w.,kl„
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- J' ■ 1 ttWTtOir or orncHiis.
IMPEBIAL P^BLIAMENT.
the second reading of the Tenant's Improvements (Ireland) Bill, which would give to tenants of houses In toWn* and Tillages, not above the annual value of fifty pounds, the eame right to compensation for improve, nieuts as was conferred upon agricultural eccupiera by the Land Act of 1870. The rejection of the Bill was ranvod by Mr. Bruen. After some debate, Mr. Lonther contended that the Bill would contravene the Act of 1870 He declined, however, to say anything in favour of that Act, which the present Government haa always opposed. Mr. Knatchbull-Hugessen said if the Government were not parties to it. they had affirmed Its principle by *ub: sequent legislation. On the dlvlsioq the Bill was thrown out by 258 to 17. Mr. Delabunty moved the second reading of the Money Lawa (Ireland) Bill, the object of which wf* the abolition of one pound notes. The Bill Was talked out. The Threshing Machines Bill was passed through Committee.
THURSDAY.
In the House of Lords, the RArl of Cadogan, replying to a question, said that no definite information had been rtcri»ed frem the Governor of Victoria with reference to the denWock In that colony. Lord Strathedea and, Campbell called attention to the precautions which appeared in hla lorjlthlp'* opinion to be desirable before Great Britain entered into the approaching Conference. A dlacuaaian followed. The Earl of Derby, on the par* f the Government, said that the object of the Congress , (a to give'European sanction and recognition to the hanges which were being made, and they felflhat they jught to have the whole cue befote them for the purpose of discuwiyn. He was not prepared to say what answer the* Bus,Ian Government would give to their demand, (rathe thought their lordships would be of opinion that without such a condition ae that which they, had made, It would be of eery little use-for the Congress to nseatsiWL -.1 \
I* the Commeos, .the Chancellor of the Exchequer aid that the Woodshed and destruction now, going on In the Greek provlgcesof Turkey was eogagingxheatten. tlon 0/the .Of.vexnment, and that, tbey were doing all
Dolphin and aak ft
no one hear. lie t-----
after retarafng. and they proceeded While doing ao hokaaw prlaoner eouunu,
6a a*d. and afterwards he bought some tobacco and offered wllnesa threepence, which he refuaed to take. Afterwarda prieoner said be found the money —On this evidence the
Inesday'mornlng. shortly before 11 o'clock. 1 - Iseed about 6a from the till, chiefly her convictions having been proved against the prisoner be was eent to Jail for one month, and to receive :9 strokes with a birch rod.
wltu-rold KO a Ilr.BBSUOF LlCt*a».—•
mar. for whom Mr. Bell appeared, was aumm fully wltli bnMIng a llconae for the Carpet Croaa-atreet. Klng-atreet, of which bouae be
....... . ... Q *jjoumment to enable
Page, who, appeared for were, onjected to so adjournment, ig whatever to do with the ewe — t ne imncn ruiea mat tne caae should proceed;—Mr. Page aatd, according to agreement, defendant bad been turned out of the house, whether rightly or wrongly, would be a question for another ccu<-t,and he now asked that an order ----- * ipel defendant to give np the Hear—
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Te which we beg to call apecial attention t* the
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These Mattresses are now food np for inspection at our Shew Room, 13, High-street.


C. H. would al*o respectfully direct
TTIEATHEB BED AND MATTBESS X? DEPARTMENT.
QOOSE and other FEATHER BEDS In beet Linen Tick,
Made and filled en the premises, with the beet PDR1MED FZATHIRB.
HAIR AND WOOL MATTRESSES
kept in stool: in all aiue.
A large Stock of WITNEY and ether BLANKITB,
BABR8LEY LINEN AND COTTON SHEETS.
Pillow aud Bolster Cases,
WHIT: and COLOURED ALH&MBRA m» MARSALA QUILTS mod COUNTERPANES.
JUVENILES
GOOD NEWS
DADS' POCKETS!!
Return tickets are available enly on the day on which they are iaaued, swept these issued on Saturday and Son-day, which extend to Monday.
Tickets from Cowea to Southampton. Ryds. Bouthsea. Portsmouth, and Portsea (Hew Railway Pier), or eke versa, are issued at the Company's Offlo*, West Oewes Pier, and the Bookisg Offloe. on the Royal Pier. Southampton.
Through Single and Return Tickets from Aswport to Southampton. South sea. Portsmouth, and Parties, n a Oowee. or vice versa (Return Tickets available for two days), are issued at tbs Royal Pier, Southampton, Portsaa Pisr and the Xswport Station. Paasesgers having log,are to be conveyed from the vessel to the railway station at Oowee. or eio* verao, will be charged aooording te the oompany's poitaragn tariff.
Contract Tickets and Books ef Family Tickets (aTaiuele by all tho ordinary steamers) may be obtained at the Company's Office. 2, Hl(h-(lreet, Southampton, and the West Cowea Msr. JUHX J. mOMRTT. Oaesetmer. Southomytoo. Isle of Wight, and Sooth of Kngland Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.. Limited.
Companv'a Officea, 1 High.street, Southamptea.
CAPT. W. SHORT. Acting Manager,
19, Bugle-terraos, Southampton
N D I G
T I O N
C
O M P L A I N T
cauae great debility and much luffering It 1* important they «ho£ "lave proper treatment. The symptom, of
N DIGESTION
Are difficult Digettlon of Food, Oppi easiness of the Bon
Strength, Wind. Flatul,

mall silver.-
—Mr. Bell asked for

fatns In the Sides, Pain* in tbe Shoulder Blades, Diffi-
l,?n the^reatmen^of*1boie diteases the object to be sought Is to restore the itomach and tbe eyatem at large ibb proper tono and (trength. These end* can be ob-led by tbe u*e of _



lens Witn reierence W nintia •"«
He *iuingwaa occupied »ltS'idl*s0«*ibn In commltftf
''r, —''
@
took possession of tbe hoc------------
He had made application by letter to defmidaot for tl license, and bad received a reply, but not the license. Croaa-oztmlnad by Mr. Bell : Defendant became tenant 01 by virtue of an agreement. Written and printed. The signature to the agreement wsslu the band-■Itlng of defendant and Mesirs. Cooper, and that was the reernant by Which he became their tenant.—Mr. Page Jectod. aa it was no qosstlon for tbe Bench. The ques-•n was whether defendant was In posaeaslon of the pre-1 aos or not.—Mr. Kldridgo advised that the agreement old not bo put in.—Croaa-examlnatlen continued: On the effect that be was to give up posaesalon on the 6th of August next, and on tbe (th of March be took potseaslon of the premises by force, hy virtue of their sgreeroent-Mr. Bell : And vet yon refuse to have tbe agreement put In 7—Witness: Yes. You have your remedy la another
. — .. .. ---------- tba information-Wit-
in the house, but
a turning defendant out m out by virtue of their agreement.—Mr. Pag'
put a ouestloq to the fitness as to the---
e Bench refused to allew It.—Mr. Paget!
them with proceed I
*e%3
agreement,
la^onghi

ild that could not be allowed.—Mr. Pegler ssldht _ Mr. Page bad tatter aooept a non suit.—Mr. Page 1 Hi shall not do that—Tbs Mayor: The Information mus" dismissed with coeU.
efore tba Mayor fA. L. MtCalmont, Ksq). Alder Lamb. J. B- Cookaey, II. J. Bucban. J. T. Tuckar. A. Pegler. Ksqra.
DaCUK Ann IbcafaBLb. — Elisabeth Remnant, an
Tender, waa charged with being drunk and incapable!___
being the twenty-seventh anniversary of her marriage.
im. prisoner was sent to bard labour for a month.
for.similar oge«#S. auCaMonm or a Badoaa -Au event' occared on Tuesday morning which causedtbnsideHibla excitement
quietly rambling About tha pork.» He1, endeavoured to capture the animal, but fludiag lt flifficalt^ and deters mined not t» let him aeoane. he fifed both barrels of hia
jiranpa, „ uu, r i.iunu.a, Sickness, H eadt a lion of the Heart, Paine in the titomac Jallowness of Complexion, Depreeslon of Spirit*, Aer-rousnasa, Disturbed Sleep, Cold Limbe. Feverish Heats Flushing of the Pace, Drynes* of the Mouth, Weaknee-ef the Knee*. Dimneae of Bight, and the pereon it laid prostrate. Thaiymptoms of
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'*Mrf Foeter,of 12, Adam-etreet. Mlddleeboroogh, saya: " Please lend me a box of Bagley'e Pille. for Indigestion, pes return of poet ; they are the only Pllll from which 1 have received any benefit." .
Mr Downe,of Hayton'i Bent,eaye:"I wtieuflerlng very much frtm Indlgeetlon, Weaknees, and Depreeslon of ."pints, whichrandered me Incapable of attending to my work for eome months. After having bad medical advice and receiving no benefit therefrom, I waa induced to tre Bagley'e Herb*ceoue Stomach Pllle, which have done mt o much good that 1 con . now follow my employment with ease and comfort; in fact, I feel quite a new man."
Mr. Dovey, Ludlow, ean; "I never enjoyed bettor health In my Ufa than I have alnce taking your Pills, Old «jah therefore etrongly recommend them." J Hr. Poittton. ogenffor Hadfield, eayoj "I am glad of eoy th4» all who have used them speak highly of them" ilr. Jobo'-Griffith; of Lodlow, who was labouring under a severe Stomach Complaint, eaye: I found benefit from year PUla aa soon aa I had token then; they noma

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WELL 8EASONEDFLOORCLOTH8. LINOLEUM, KAMPTULIUON, CORTICINE Fitted to any eixe Room by EXPERIENCED PLANNERS mod FITTERS.
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A large Stock of CRETONNES—very che*?, eniublt for DRAWING and DINING ROO* CURTAINS,
LOOSE COVER RED DRAPERIES, Ac. SWISS LACE, Lts.NO, and MUSLIN CURTAINS. VRLVET FILE and CLOTH TABLE COVERS. Upholstery Trimming.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT WHOLESALE
Experienced WORKMEN in every Branch. ClRfET PLANNERS and FITTERS eenl tm 00 part of the Country.
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ALL GOODS DELIVERED IN OUA , OWN VAN, OR BY RAIL. CARRIAGE, FREE TO ALL PARTS. NO. CHARttR FOR PACKING. OR USE OF CASES OR MATRRLAL. WHICH MUST BE RETURNED CARRIAGE PAID.
PURCHASER.
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OHBISTOPHBE HOB8BMAN, 1
GAMLEN BROS.'
FIRST SPRING BEOW OP
BOYS' CLOTHING
Old Corner Shop, 85, Bernard Street,
AND SPECIAL PUR0EAS* OP
2000 Boys' Suits at half-price, for cash.
257 Boys' School Suits at Is 8^d,
worth 3s 6d.
196 Boys' Holiday Suits at 2s lid,
worth 4s 3d.
275 Boys' Cricket Suits at 6s lid worth 10s 6d.
364 Boys' Sailor Suits at 7s 6d, worth lis 6d.
94 Boys' Sunday Suits at 6s 6d, worth 12s 6d.
Note—These Suits are bought for Cash under peculiar circumstances, and
CAN BE SEEN ONLY
Gamlen Bros.' OLD COMER SHOP, 35, Bernard Street,
Corner of Brunswick Square, LARGE & CHOICE VARIETY Men's and Youths'
CLOTHING,
To meet;.all classes, fit all sizes, and answer all requirements.
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