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THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY. JANUARY 26. 1878.
DI8CASE8 OP THE NERVE
My recroiO (hi ____
maucM a proper healthy condition of .... and l'hj«ic.il Koroes.-Bottle,, 4s 8d each, tiold br ChemisU. — Agent in Southampton—0. D« Chemist, 160. High' ------
OB THE BLOO
afth, an*. JM
Tara> aodm and podoph
. .. —A combination for Derangement* of the inoL-U»B..je*f 166?.-gben a Hamburgh Chemist, i-i*er. particularly, whan arlaing from flight congeition.
other indications of dyspepsia are removed. Tabaxaco*
23f, Tottenham Court-road, London, whole n»m« muit the label. Bottle*, 9s »d and 4s 6d each. riold by chemists.—Agen mist. 100, Blgh-s
8EIN AND BLOOD.
very Important part till within the la» low mn,»w« the attenllon of msdlcal men was attracted to lie benefit clal effects in Neuralgia. It baa now been discoi that In email doses. in conjunction with Quinine, it
and the thought
iff m

my thousands who
_ raoaua piLLB h,
pllsh thle end, and there an __________
can testify to the success that baa attended thii mode -.
Diseases, and all diseases arieing from Impure,blood, and baring u symptoms weakness and debility.
QDWm I1ND TmOB-
^ , PHOBUS PILL8 • Produce appetite and a healthy digestion Renew the strength.
Renovate the failing-power.-Remove sensations of fatigue.
Prodace sensations of exhilaration.
Cause no after depression.
COBDEN'8 QOININB AND PHOS-PUOEUSPXLLB Increase the capacity for mental and physical
Product chesrfulnessl Olre m coolness and dexterity to the mind.
Confer freshness, originality.
.ffcfeedr for flkm Disease,. wiy 'f'Jf'J'JE
»«..,nate Eruptions and Pimples are subdued b; Bulpholine, and a clear, healthy skin developed. Those "lplaining of tender, reddened, and irritable skins, or cted by the son. rough winds. &c , and even sufferers n Constitutions] 8ki6 UliesJes.Wll dkrifp jtftst benefit comfort*by uning 8ulnbollne Lotion, which has powerful conserving and salutary action, removes the effect of constant perspiration, and maintains the
sn. Chemist. 160, High-street.
and polished like irorV.>'KX exceedingly frmRrtrtrt, an3' specially useful for removing incrustations of tartar on neglected tefcth. Boh!'by 'All Chemists. Pots, Is and 2s 6d each. (Get Cracroft's).—Agent in Southampton —0. Dowman, Chemist. ICO, High street. i" -mi'm
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THE CHEAT BLOOD PURIFIER1* RE!
'Q»'KIN~DISITAS ES, Eruptions, Blotches,
Pustules, Bolls, Carbuncles, Ringworms, Scald
asawmttei
TMPORTAlfT ADVIdB ALL.— X Cleanse the vitiated Hpod-wheaever you find its ! Impurities bursting through: the skin;fn pimples. , or mowe; clmmamm *b#n;you god It
f«#, wd tha health of As this mixture is . pleasant to Ik, taste, and warranted free from anything injurious to the
most delicate constitution of either sex. the
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Proprietor
solicits suffer*
/^tARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD
MIXTURE is soU In Bott/es, Ss M each, and in l!*' 0®nUin,n* the quantity, lis
the great
the United -KUirtgom ami the World. Hsyaddreo on receipt of 30 or 132


icular powi
riOgDEXMB QOININE AND PH06.
^ PHOBU8 PILLS.
Vitalise, purify, and enrich the blood.
Regulate the supply of blood to diseased nerres. Nourish diseased spinal nerves. . . .
ft Act si a,brain tonic.
Act a#& general tonic. i
Inrigorato the whole system.
riOBDEITS QUININE AND PHO# PUOEU8 PILLS
Are the best tonic.
Afford a ready mode of gaining strength. Are pre-eminent as a means of gaining appetite, Particularly useful to delicate femtle*. .
Powerfully assist the digeitire organs.
Throw off germs of all diseases ; and Thoroughly recruit the general bodily health.
riOBDEMB QtRNINE AND *HOS:
W PHORUS PILLS, 9s @d and 4m 84,
Maybe describedaaa,. , . .
OENEEAL TOKIO AND IXVIQORATOR. "" * in the body, the

T O C JK T E B' S SOLPHDJl HAIR
-LiJ RESTORER svill darken flrw Ha jr. and in-a few dajs restore,completely MenitiraT1 ieletir!' the eDect is superior to that produced by si* Imstsntanetam dye. and the Sulphur Restorer does not htjors the skin. Sold in large bottle*, lifld each, by Chemists and Hair-
dr«*»e»^i*jn6lfl®utl»Jm^t^-a.Wi^an,Chml8'tI
160, High-street. •• r^T nn «? ,
LO'CEYBB'S BOtPEUR HAIR
RESJQRER, while keeping.^ Hair.its nropey, oojour, is useful toc remdrlng seorT. no other appli being necessary to encourage the gitottfb of the nes. u»... Lockyers Restorer-.has powerful cleansing properties, •rendering It a desirable Hair Fluid. Large bottles, l»6d. *-Agent in Soi^tbampvoD;-O. D.ow'm*n; .Chemist, 160, Hiph-strcet,. A U. X m tJ M Q C
the latter, from'ov*s brain Work, nuatal anxiety, loss rest, violent shocks, fast. Hying, 'OverUxing the powei . or from amy of &h# o.u#* combined under the heed o(
least thing is an exertion, he becomes nervous and Irritable, and, without ttiq disease is checked, consumption
or a lunatic esj lum'is frequently the edd......
In all stages of these affsctione, the predemtoant character le deficiency. orwae*io*of Phoepbcrue from theoerve tissliee. nod this will be shown, by the Increased excretion of Phosphorus, compounds, always to be de lected In the nrlne of thoeeeo entering. The went h
riODDEN'8 QUININE AND PHO& % ' : PUOEI79MLLS.
As they act as a tonic in virtue of their capacity foi supplying the nerve matter with compounds, the want of which,*t^nd» on the;mprbld condition they remedy. It Is known Bv experiment that a course of these Pills renovate the failing power, copfer freshness, originality,
Q O B D E N' 8 QUININE
P HO 8 PS 0 R II j y.& ILLS
. TOMin
or bodily exertion, the patient suffers ffom a temporary exhaustion of mind and body. In these cases a stimulant
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In these cases that
HODDEN'S QUININE AND PEOS-
PHORUS PILLS are invaluable, as they act not aa a stimulant only, bet aa a substitute, to same exUof. for rest. A couple taken an hour, or so before the,cei-Mtion of the day s work is found to remove sensations of fa&ku*, to glre cleameee and dexterity to^he mlmL W produce epneUle end e heeltbydigeetlon, end to conduce, subsequently, to the quiet sle- -f which overwork so constantly deprives tbose wh ^tion is wentaL . -ibcut the eecond hour e jpUon of the dwe,, eensations of exhilaration to make themselves
k
iv of things. A state of dspreselon iMt nc* "" ~ "* as a stimulant they differ
ley do not leave their dis-
cheerful viev .
from all other stimulants a trowing after effects.
COBDEN'8 QUININE AND PEOB-
PHORUS PILLS may be considered epeclflo In
, . neuralgia.
The remarkably rapid and lasting effects of the Pills
ippsmm
—in others, acting In addition as a tonic, or nourisher r the affected nerves
. GMEBAL DI8EA8E8.
PatienU suffering from any disease, no matte? under 7 5 tot 'jxuptoms weakness and
debility, or arising from impure blood, will be benefited eof Cob<)en's Quinine and Phosphorus Pills, the PiUe |e one

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Just published. Enlarged editfoh, 144 pages, '
T\ EBIIJXA'TINQ0 " AND '1______
This Is a New Medical Work oivtbp Kature, Treat:
'K,
o of Nervous, Menfal, a^d ^Phyetml' DeWHtyj
have been restored tb healtl,. Illustrated by cases ar testimonials f^om grateful patients, with means of cui ueed In each ceee.. \ V r " L_.- . ' HmfeenA Thousand.'•■' ^
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Develowng end Strenxtbenln, the Human Body, H, regain W Health, resulting from Exlu "
Power, the efect of Orertexed Enw*^
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Charles Mead and Jonathan Cokor, both apparently about 20, *ere charged before Mr. Vaughan, at Bow-street, on Tueeday, the former with stealing rarioue bank_Ho4ce from Poat-o/Bce letters, and the latter with
feloniously receiving them, knowing them to have been stolen. Mr. Osborne appeared en behalf of the •g? "TotyWIoe Authorities. Mend was employed as a • sorter in the eastern central district, and Coker had tfif^- ^"ftUd'forteerhr bocn em pity ed aa a sorter there, but he wme now emplored at th# Bricklayara' Ann# »*at!on. Numerous complaints having been made that letters containing notes and other valuable property were missitig/iiQairies were made by Charles Jitmee Bterenm, trav*UIa)idark attakhedtothaAWng letter 'dopirtmc?ft7Tail~t)deetfnation, ana the notea wera traced Into the pri-#cn6a" poeeemsion, it bdng ehqwo that Mead had with one of them bought a diamond ring of a jeweller named Dixon, 23, Comhill, which ring waa found on him when arrested. When the prisoners were taken •into custoMONEY LENT
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' .OOOEUM PILLS,
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QOCKLE'6 Autibilious Pills
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JgENNETT'S QUININE AND IRON
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the happiness of life.
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Sunday,, 9 &W g ,
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Boxes, of 24 Pills, la. ljd., of all Cfcon_____
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Impurity of the Blood.—Enfeebled Existence.
p*n«*a of *&e Mver. kmc*. bowH*. op aur other or*a#s. Alb *e esMdaHy Mrrkemhlo and emloeoUy maoc* ' '
should be k4* la readlmaw la or*, MmOy. Mog
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, Headache, and Lowness of Spirits.
truly wtmdM-fnl change In debtlitated gliVUneai, hfiUctia,
Mothers and Daughters.
*Wh*r for which the*
Lrtng about what U required.
Indigestion, Stomach, and Liver Complaints.
lfferln^fnyn aoT divider, of the Hrer. rtonueh,
Aervoua Debility. *"•!***?°«w imi
.!!> THE- ioiSj.'-Ot TRADE AND i IKE
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%oolwich Local Board.of Health relative to the igfailnro of the South-Eastem Railway to open the "oqw lino through Greenwich to Woolwich, and the general insoiBciency of the; acoommodation on the North Kont Lino. Mr. W. P. Jackson and other ™#mbera of the dennt*Hog pointed out tbo morions in-wnNmWoa remnkihg from ^ha delay on opening the ' Graeowwh lime, and tH# want of #om# legWatiro pnrimion enabling corpprat* bodie# to take action mpiiut railway compank* neglecting tWr obllga-twmm. Tho aacnae of th# Sonth-Eastem directora for not opening the Una appeared to b* a requirement on tho part of the Board of Trade for th'd construction of a tnmtahla at Charlton, and tho deputation aektd that thia reonirement should ha withdrawn. Tho Board dedined to do thia, but intimated that the company had long been aware that the turntable would be qmred, and could not hfrly- plead It am an exm Soaw of the deputation eapfeemad a . belief that tha delay aroee from an apnrehenmlon that the new lino would not bo remunerative, and amked if the Board of Trade could not compel, the directora to do their duty, bir Charlem AddeHoy replied that tha duty of the Boanl only extended to meamuree forthe public safety, bat ha maid they might grant a certidcmta enabling the local authoritiem to proceed against Ihe "oomyuiy before the Bail way Commimdonwa." Soma oth, mattarm, much as tha wadt eif. wmitiu^ niome on t* down platfonna at mare™l statinna and Inwwwii of the railway wall,
tation loa with the. r .. _______
mend a ramohmbanca tdtha South-Eamk_______
and give, if required, a aartUkato to tha local board to take action baforerOta Bgflwhy Cm
SElTl^KKT OP THE WEOTMEATH Will, *
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THE LEAGUE OF ST. SEBASTIAN.
% kid M%% 352;
lias
anuel had
weakened the'Itili tlsooght, ^ould
^ona. Tha death of Victor Em
po^er, and recant______ _
*o[tha opbiou that the henma
and other, addrrmmed the meeting, and reeolutionm w&* adopted azyeamogihe bone that th. Pope mi^t still live to ^:tmema lha triumph of tha Church, and pfedg-:ng the league to msika awry le%al effort for tha removal of the qW*o%#a,*Mch. delay tha Hatowtion nf tho Temporal Power. |
ALLEGED FRAUDS ON BOIJOirOES. Stephen Vincent Polch, 49, deecribed am of W, Limle. treat, Leiceater - mquare, no occupation, ham been narged at Bow-strcet with attempting to obtain mm Mr. Uliam Martin Wilkinson, molicitor, of 44, ""Dln'm-inn-Ueldm, by falme protanoea. The pmee-tho prisoner, representing himself
deposed thi
a will,-and empowered to autl
mn to receive the rents of VI* f Long-hall, Onimborough, had




rithrn the lamt
ired to obtain a lom

md when ha
ostod by Detectlvm-merjeant And)
said to him, " I thfnk you know me," and ha replied, I think I ddr" He then admitted that him itatementm about him connection with Admiral Chalmer vera untma. Ha had formerly bean convicted of an precimely similar character. Mr. Flowera nt be a remand to ascertain If tho ropro-tada by the primoner wera really falae. warn accordingly remanded.

Tha primoner

s.—A disastrous ci S of the Spanish lay afternoon mom,
"pooL The steams
1 Baring Brothers,______
mrd bound, oollided og tho C. it time tha mtoa hand put off to th,
tMEH axd Lomm op Two ion, remulting in the foun-mer Ponoe^ took place on milem ouWde the port of derred to and the mailing Norfolk, Virginia, both " by Lightmhip. In
THE EN0L08HRE8 IN &FPING fOBEST. jA. band of about /ma bundml rcmpectably^remmed ^ttimaw and labou^ have madaademccntuponEppine
toremt, and have levelled a large quantity of fmocinJ. Ae men arrived in four conveyances each drawn by
Amrgraya, and acted under tha orderm of a leader who gay the =ama of Gadrga Bumey, of Mill wall, Pophr, and damcnbW huammlf aa a mmmnmer of Longhtou mud wainnan of the Enping Foremt rreasrvatfon Wodpty. %ey were prmndmd with area, mawm, hmmmem, and other toolm necemmary for the work. Bumey mar. mhallcd them into three gang* and tha fencem frU before Uiem with eatntordinary npidity. Thw Brat dcmoLmhed about a mBa of fencing on land of Mr. Borwet in the parimh of Wandead, which that rrnUemanis maid to have purcbamod from Lord Cowl*? for *W,00e. They ihen dro+a on to Buckhur^-hiU
and another half.mik balongmng to Mr. GeBatkr, of
laughtan. Havmg popped Lit luncheon^ the Crown
Inn, Lnughton, thfy neat proceeded to demolish fenrem
f.,00& buv*ml pohca omccrm watched the piocevd-tng^ but did-not ihterfere beyond takln* th. name" M the chief actexa. Tha work of demolition warn con-doctei in a very quiet and osderly manner. Mr. Burney made a fcnnal proclamation mottim; forth that the Mamter of the Holla Had declared the Pbrrmt landm to b. iBcgaUy enclosed, but that fencem mtill ren&ained round ,80 ^ comAionor, and great injury of the natural beauty of the fnr - " Ho, tueroff—---— .....
Ik, thcrofore, am a commoner, in vindication of the law .nd in mupport of his rights, had given inmtmc-Uonm fw these illegal fencta to be removed, and ho declared the landm to be open for the ume of the com-mmnerm, owner,, and occupiers, for ever. At the same timohowamodthe public that although the frtcem were pulled down they remained the property of llwae
ALLEGED MURDER NEAR SHREWSBURY. On Monday John Chidlow, of Market Drayton, waa charged at Shrewmbuiy with tho murder of George Holmea on Dee. 22. Holmem, who waa a jilted lover
. - - ad Emther Beech, called at k
hwm^a
1 there found Chidlow in hi



i rod Dmxi.—The Wb

ilicf troop-ship . , _nbarked troopa ith Dockyard on Tuemday mom-15 o@ceiu and a draft of the 48th tdquartei



alaoembarkmd. The Malabar wiR lea,
h for Quaenmtown to embark 2 j ogicMa, nine ra wirea and famOiem, M4 non-oommimmioned
r latter wUl proceed in tho Malmbar to
. jnediately after
itabbed. Chidlow ran from
r he ran away. Pfimoner hauandShropmhiraAamiaem. nvate in (he 43rd Regiment, m the Shropmhire Militia, d well known in Drayton.

Tua Cama or Rem** ISON8.—At the Warn Tueeday, Edward H, mmon, who until recenl -e charged with the — child, and of Lydi




nty pollom-_.__ n, labourer, and Ella ram regarded am him wlfs r of Sarah Hmemom, thai tho female priaoner". ailed to prove that in-
'ted by tho prisoner."in the Prudftti-Ujmpjny on the lira of tho decwued.
found to con&in
The mtomach of Lydia Sykorn wi aa much armanio mm wouW InB child warn also poisoned with mm



m.



manse
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----- The oUcial return

G^the following day a watch was set, obmerved to corns to the marsh, of tite vOniieea it seamed mad at tha mght of the sheep and raced them about. The dog was gjd1 at, but•■wam'nttti kOlat, Aa dafsmdan*haddemtnymd
A Mahpmmedan gentleman of Lucknow (the g#ms-
mternabon and agitation among tho Mahommedanm M In^'Waal profewing
Im w said, u being circulated among the wULw-do of thm Mahommedan community in the large and important town* uf India, to the e&tt that a lit plac* beappowkd momewhere near Bombay wh«r all the ummiitial memberm may be able to muster and dim-the matter in connection with any amsistance that can be yven to the Turks. Also, If powble, that a bodr of mtrong and mtout Pathans, capable of nghtmg, be chomen and sent to Constantinople by ihtUI be defmyod by
of subscriptions.
wana AaatVAim o, AuaaiCA* Famsu M:AV -Thu mteammr Bntannic. of the White Star Line, ar-n,ed at Liverpool on. Monday fnmi New York, having on board about 1,450 quarterm of beef and 170 carcase* ^hile the American Line steamer Ohio, which almo reached Liverpool (he asme day from Phil-adelplua, brought 1,483 quarterm of beef, i inquomt was held on Moo-
day by Dr. Hardwicke on the body of a child who was found demerted on Saturday, tho I Oth in^., in me of the waiting-rooms of the St. Pan eras Railway Station, and who died in the workhouse some days afterwardm.
implying neglect against some unknown


,mother death :
n hydrophobia at Over, Cheshire.
mighbourhood
mnIcing in all foi
within a period of three weeks. _____
county has communicated with the lord lieutenant of Chcmhire, amking If momemkpe cannot bo taken to allay tha eacitemeat felt by tho public by placing dogs under strict personal supervision.
Como**mm axn Tamia Woaa.—Mr. Ckrter held mn Inquest on Monday on a cheesemonger"* assistant, who committed suicide on the South-Western Railway, and Kingston,

Tueeday, the 15th iiut. His frimodm'amked whv had been such a delay, and the coroner replied
he had only received information of the death Thursday mommr, thm :n& Ink., and am ha ther had 13 camem daod ha oouM not appoint an earlim: day; ha added that tha county would not pay tb
nalary of a deputy,
dered him by snot'
of his own pocket. " - DiAooynY —On Monday
id for assistance recenJv^i^ wonar ha had to pay c
MRU
1 there wm nothing to lead t-

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