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THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS—SA.TPRDAT. FEBRUARY 2. 1878.
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^HAMPTON BEDDING HAA^ABI.W; yUKHiaamo,.;
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8uNDAYS.
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"£SDookiSuS$?frit End, or Blechynden station.
BOOTH A UPTON, ROM8EY, AND SAL1SBUK1, r—. a^.« «t L*« Arrive at
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•a 55p 7 K
10 Mr 10 M
11 40r IS 14
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• Thi. train2"!
SOUTHAMPTON, WINCHESTER ALKBSFOltn
?SSp ^ ^ 10 «p %11 21.
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on the l»t, 15th, i
^ ALT.is, AND VOSDV.S.. Southampton. Win ton.
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Alton. Alresford Wlnto
SODTHAMPTON AND KETLKY.
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and Redbridgoand the
8outhamotoa and Netley linos I
GENEBAD POST OFFICE.
High Street, oppoelte the Audit 1/ooss. Thi Port Offloe, High-street, opens for oflolal inquire a for thi raoeptloa oi paid Utters a! 7 a.m„ aud closes at p.m. Thi lawn dellveriee eoBmtnw at 7 a.m. 1ZW p. and «.15 p.m. Ho pO«W« eUmps nre Mirrtd after 10 p.tn On Sunday* thers li onlr One delivery br letter oerrl eoramenolag at 7 a.m., and letter* are dollrerel at 1 oounter from 7 * a.m_ natll 10.0 a.m. only.
Bandaya thi offlo At 10 a.m. for ill public buiin,
'And laqulrta*. ...
Registered lotto. ~ ^^u^U^hUf-an-hoor before t
the weight ofUoi. will be liable to a postage of Id fr" OUUC4, beginning with tbe first ounoe. LlmltiUir
» breadth, or 8 In of thi li'ler bo: i
sxoeed 18 inches lee In depth.

'WAttrlHOTJSES;
CHRISTOPHER HoKSSMAN, Proprietor OKI) ST BAD DEPARXMEST.
Aiarg.asd .uirdccaol
WINFIELD'S, PIRRI'9 a»d Mtor CELEBRATED HAXBES
BRASS & IRON, FRENCH b.ARABIAN;
BEDSTEADS,
FOLDINO CHA1F. BEDSTEADS % 0081110X3 ChUdren'i Ceu, Invalid Bed*, Ac.
SOLE AGENT for tha PATENT WIRE WOVE SPRING MATTRESS,;
T« wWck -w# k(( to c»U tpecUl attend.* t. tU ad*aat.gfs ef the *me— 1-.KA3B AND COMFORT. ' 2—CLBAWLINE8S and COOLNB83. 5—NOISBLESSNBSS aad DURABILITY. Combined with remarkable eliitliityj cly*pdew, pet lability.
Highly recommended U famllle», honeekeeperi, betel preprtetore, eVlp ewmere, the medie&l profftiion,
fend menagere ef public inetitntiene.
Theae Mattreaeee are now. fitted up (or, Uipeetian «t eur Shew Beem, 13, Hlgh-etreeb.

charged with fraudulently enliitlo& •, was further reaasided uuHl 11
tM Hoyal Artil-
l*rj, was further—
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but returned In about two boure with another man. who
_________-je Wftpt. Prlioner w*i then banded orcr
to tbe police.—V: tbe prisoner:
tbe boom to Ciwn, •. woman had the boots.—Prisoner denied thli


K the boote at Mr.
___________ jo Dim—be got tbemft._,_----------
did not know her name. Be Afterward* *ald be did not get the boots from a woman, but from a man.—Prleoner •aid he did not steal the boots, and called Lucy Adams.
ind not to thi prl-
KtlW.nl Brooks

lane on Saturday night.
be was discharged. • .............
A t*amr DUthotixo ma Cmtiih.-Jamee.Morris, i
nlgbt'a lodging In the tramp • ward on Sunday night during which time Irii rlothet was dried, and given to bin In th* morning, when he Ulstroycd bit ahirt. trousers, am boots, stating that they wefo so bad that he was aahame, to walk about with them, and he had to glre bim those hi had bn.—Defendant said when his clothei were glreo U him tbejr-wer»itlll wet—He waa dlichargid on conditio:
__________ __ FtonT ron nia
Hayei waa charged and disorderly In K,
fendant bad bl* jacket og. and wsoted to light somebody. He aald be bad alwsyi fought for bit couqtrr. and waa determined to do so again (laughter;. Ho refused to go iway —He was fined Ss and co»t«, or wren dara.
Another Kiohtiso Man.—Joseph Qatrefl. a labourer, was the next drunkard, charged by P C. Williams with being drunk on Berols-hlll on Satuniay nlghL—Defendant was sit down on the road, and on the offlwr getting him up he refused to go home, and aald be would fight the best
-man there.—He wai fined the drunkard's penalty of
Is anl eosu; or seven daye.
DatiMK and iKCAPAnt-e.—Ellxa Kdwards, a matried woman, with a baby lu her arms, was the next charged with being drunk and Incapable In the Houndwall on Saturday night—She wae discharged with * eharp reprl-msnd from the Mayor.
i caption to oemcral SuorxEKPEitB.—Sarah Dean (who wa» represented by ber daughter), keeper of a shop lu St. Mary-strret, was Summoned for keeping open her shop for the sale of good a. to wtu sweet*, on Sunday week, anil tbe case was dismissed on paying the cost of the summons.
Edward Jordan, of Coleman-strest, wae ilmllarly ibm-mooed. and fined in the lame amount.
Cbarlee Trodd. ktepe^pf a general ehop In Fanshawe-street, for tlieeame offence on tbe same day, was lined the amount of the summons, ?s «d.— All Cho defendant* wer* told thit thiymtist not Open their shops on Sunilsy 5 If they did they were liable to a penalty of toa and costs.
JkLieatTiXAOr.—Poclipo A Mam. out op doors'bt lit* W11 tag Etta.—John Crew, a tobacconist, of M. Kast-strcet, was summoned U> ahbw cause why he should uot contribute towards the support ef the llleglilinate female child of Ellen Smith. Of it. York-stiwt. born on the 38th of Jane. 197*.—Mr. tlowleit appeared for the complainant.— Complslnant said she bad lived with defendant's his wife five months, but finding some letter* which showed that he was eorroaooodlag-with fnothsr gl I. she got hold of whiskers, and by tbem puUed him out of doors, and had not lived with him since (laogltUr).—Defendant did not deny being tbe father of the child, and iild he bad con-tribnted towards iu support, and *u willing to do ao again —This put an eud to the ca»e. and defendant waa ordered to pay 3s a week towarda the aupport of the child, swtopsy thecoet*.
SvHOOL UOABD PKO§r.CC TI0.18.—J( of , BevoU-valley. km charged for not sending bis two chit.
fined J» 6d conditionally In each cas
C. H. woiild also respectfully direct sttMiti.
FEATHER BED AND . JtATTRESS
DEPARTMENT.
GOOSI .ad oth.r FEATHER BEDS Ib beat Li»*u Tick, r Made and filled « the premiaes, with th* *a PDK1FI1D FIATHKB8.
HAIR AND WOOL MATTRESSES
k*pt in iteik in all *i*e*. r ■
BABN8LEY LINEN AND OOTTON BHEET8.
Pillow and Bolder Case*,
CBATISJ GRATIS 11 L InrallJ* wBO sulfcr lVom Jirt^m^.tfa'aumt
common _, aJrt™, oif Ih. tro.„o.ot 61'
niaralgia, fil*,, rh#umat*rn. onstr ing nerre*, we»knesa, ezhaoation, mating, Ac., with diet rake, instructions for **lf-«nr«. Bad th* restoration of health snd Vitality, will
London. Whan the narrows system I* sxh.uited and th*, mental fscultioe ar* in* aisle of prostration, th* Bibbax PBOCtn re* to res the emaciated frame, IroparU vigour to th* iotellect. Indue** fiesftby Appetiu, natural and r*. freshing al**p, porifle* tk* blood from alt taint of diaeass, and Increases the narvoas powsr.
■ IUUU1U1 UIIUOCUUIDU SHU aiaiuuuneu
i JL by th* great herbal medicine* known all ov*r. Euroise ai specific remedies for debility, consumption, snd all th* exhausting or wasting diieases of yoath snd manhood. In everv ess* of disosra th*y are guaranteed to re*tor* vxgorou* h*altb, purify th* system, and impart
"K^HOMSOSyoTlVKBaAli PlLU' apmdUr
core Inmhago.crariU.paiftslntbibAek, gout.rhiumatism. akin diwaaes, discharge* of sll kind*, -snd any complsinu of th* kidney* snd ltrer. In every *ilm*n» tb*y glv* Instant ra»*f and iaVigOrsting Ibe iystem. • Pric* Is l|d
nearly all the disease* th* human body I* liable to, warrant* tb* proprietor In sawrtlng that they si e the most efficscioo* m*dlcln*. *ver twued. Ply* minute* plain common sense sdvlc*,to Invalids, on th* aelf 'cure of sll nervou* affections, debility, snd eoruumptlon, will be sent free on receipt of s stamped envelope.
Dm. TBOMSON d ToNlO ELUCtm raatoe*. hmlth,
strength, snd energy t&'tha most shattered or broke*; down ooB*titntsom with as much csrtsinty a* that *at»r quench** tbirat, sod cutea weskoesa, relsiation. *xr hiustion, consumption, cough, depr***ion of ipirlt**
often bars** poor *offer*r* over the b**t year* of llf*. This lifegiricg .tonic unit** with th« blood, rapdrin* *r*ry n*rv* snd mu*cl*, and ha* raatored bislth and vigour to thousands, who now Mijoy *trodg nerve*, firm-new of fleeh. reguUr appetite, and fra*bne«* of complexion. Price 2* 9d, 4* M, k lis p*r bottle, of erery ehemlit in tb* world, or i ot direct oa receipt of 11* in poiUg* itamna or by po*t*o»o* order paysbl* to RALPH TUOMBON.W, Bartbolom*" road, K*atuh-town, London. Th**a medicine* ara uted all over lha world. Bold by Dowmsn, Chlpperfiald, chami*:*, South.
' TUB LJLK8,
JsflSfer
W WsraL Uw PlM.Kx500Ta.
flenthimpton ta Wist C*we*—iJS, 1K1S ajn., tfi, tM,
"pwit *Mw IWlway PI t) to Wat Oowee—8.»
fUi*^gew BaBWy Pier) to SoBthaaaptos - A» »#..
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4*Por&iraooth to Sonthasapton—Ml aJ*.", M.l\ US, sad *ioaths*a tf WeaS Cawas-AM s-'mi, U-»'.,A»i s»4

ithaaptou—7 *. # 30 slm.. 1.50. 5. W.
k and Portsmouth
..mllto
gHDROOM FURNITURE.
BEDROOM SUITES i. HCNOARIAN ASH. SATIN WOOD,
ENAMELLED GOODS. MAUOQAMY, WALNUT, a»d BIRCH
DUCHESS TABLES AND STANDS,
CHESTS OF DRAWERS, DRESSING TABLES,
MARBLE TO? STANDS, TOWEL HORSES,
A *hoio* aelaetion of
8IN0L& and DOUBLE SETS of TOILET
WARE:
Always In etoek.
D
R A.W.IN G-RO 0 M FURNITURE
CRETONNE,
UPHOLSTERED, on tha PREMISES,
ALL MATERIALS WARRANTED CLEAN AND PURE
ROUND and OTAL WALMUT and AUBJYlfA WOOD LOO TABLES. ' WALNUT CHEFFIONEERS, with CARVED BACKS and PLATE GLASS.

CLOSING OF TUB LETTElt BOX. ■ J.oc.il.—19.9J p.m. for afternoon drlirery 1 6.30 a.m. morning dellrerr (exoipt Nitliy AbWey. Millbrook, Pi mantle. Shirley Common. Eastlaigh, Bishopstok«, IUdbndge,.
for which doses at I Bjaj, 8 p.m. for orenlng delirery.
On Mondays no oofieetlon* art made from the Tow, Receiving OJAoes ; but thi PilUr and Wall LotUr Boxes ar
Fareham, Ooaport, Portsmouth, Ramsey, snd Ryde, 8.50
Dorcheeter, snd all Intermediate townafor evening delivery,
Cowc and Koeport, 10.45 a.m.
Bristol for delivery same erening, 11.10 a.ra.
Salisbury, for delivery lame ivtnlng, 8.30 p.m.
loii'lon. for evening delivery, and all towns through London for delivery next morning. 11.40 a m., and 12.60 p.*.. Bl'tio^i^Walttnuq, Botley, Myths, Eastltlgh, and Bishop-
London. Farn&oro', and Portsmouth, for evening-delivery, snd all towns through London for dsllriry next morning,
&.Vte. and Midland 130
lit hli children are L for neglecting to
jarahts war* summoned
Lvdla Batcbelor,
' A%,^B^dj&2S%.^
lor not *endlug blm to eeb
mended to **# that the bov----------- ---
ever, only stunded, an afUrnoou sine*. Th* Board applied for sn order to compel tbe boy to sttend school for one month, snd If not to be sent to an Induetrial aobool for four years.—The order was made accordingly.
, TUESDAY.
jujsss.
-nd A. Pegler, Eeqrs., were prieent, but there wai not a ogle case for
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Crargs or Bobbebt,-tJintee Attwood, with eeVeral ksea. wa* charged with atealluf a quantity of mangold-
CoudBS SBD Cotna ahould be got rid of at one* or they
few b«ura and prevent aU danger. This raesedr cBras wlU-' t, iaoouvenienoe, or expanse, aay el th* following

I
mtmm


yiux. wero isamooad on tba asms account, and a almllar
suiting Mr; Henry lUmibottoa, Master of the Work-—aeek—Mr. Ram*bottom aald defendant was so Inmate of
bow the Work got oa b^ found defendant sitting down. —DefendAnt did not deny the *hsrg*. snd was toot to
zga; %'ASn £
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B^s®8aaaa8SSKi»
JOINING-ROOM FURNITURE.
XAHOOANT and OAK TELESCOPE DINING
^—---TABLES, Jd all SiaM, j
SIDE BOARDS. »IU> PLATE GLASS BACKS, DINNER WAGGONS, fa. MAHOGANY and OAEDININQ BOOM SUITES, in MOROCCO & ROAN LEATHER, UPHOLSTERED o. tba PREMISES. GUARANTEED THE PUREST
MATERIALS USED, AND THE BEST WORKMANSHIP EMPLOYED in th. MANUFACTURE.
Sola Agaat for tba
AUSTRIAN BENT WOOD-FURNITURE
An inspection of the same Is raepeclfully invite
show booms, 16, high.8treet.} •
' ilZiaoiii srooK of TURKEY, AZMINSTER, WILTON, VELVET PILE, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, AND OIQDEBIUKSTER OAAPETS:
All of tbe Beat Quality snd NEWEST DESIGNS PROM TH* MOST CELEBRATED ; MANUFACTORIES.
F
LOOR OLOTHB.
EXPERIENCED PLANNERS a
DAMASK AND OUR TAIN
DEPARTMENT.
A lirgw Stock of CBBTONNBS^very cheap, suitable WDRAWING aad DINING ROOM CUBTAIKE.
LQOSB COVER BBDDRAFpRlES/*' 8Wl8SiLACB. LE.N0, snd. MUSLIN CURTAINS.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT WHOLESALE PRICKS. ; •
WO&RMEN la avery ^qch.
Siwawisp
• -.y'OABRLAOB.PBBE TO ALhtPART?
fSSSS-H»
VUWamUUMk^ 'villuinivtitltom wOT 1 ##Mln
aiHT ' -ii i tin.n'-i
ll« w itti'4 oil wttirw*! 1 w ji 1 jj-jli -:i
W lermOH STREET, and 92,
WJtBo laoiLjiu -i oill oi -
RUPTURES EFFECTUALLY CURED.
All suffer*ra from any form of thi* distreaaing complaint ais earnestly invited to aend to Mr. GOODMAN, aa he can guarantee them relief. HIS remedy hi* be*n successful In thousands of instsnc**, snd It I* now ide known, as a public duty, by sdvirtiiiug. In every h of iingle or double Rupture, of whatever nature or lent, in msle or female, of any age however bad or longstanding. It is applicable, effecting a radical cure in " tt time, without confinement or Inconvenience ; and mot fail to be appreciated aa a blowing, by tlioee
---- isvo bsen at any time compelled to wear belt*,
bandages, trasses, or other galling supports. Persona la any part of the world can have the Remedy aent to thein with instruction for use, on receipt of ten shillings, by Post-Office Order, payable at the General Post Office, to WILLIAM GOODMAN, 19, Eylaad^aad. Kentish-town, London. Testimonials—used with the consent of viler*. "My rupture hsa not appeared aince. I ler it a miracle to bo cured after 27 year* suffering. John Cork." " My servant wishes me to write and asy that her rupture is quite well, jita. DidcoU " 1 left off support three days ago. rode eleven miles on horseback all yesterday, and havs felt bo pain whatever. J. Hurst, Esq. " My double rapture has not been down since, though I wslk thirtesn miles every day on duty. J. P." " 1 sm thankful to throw my trus* swsy, slier suflering much flyesrs. C.M.*"
BEARDLESS FAOES 6 BALD HEADS.
A Phy*iclsn, who for thirty vesrs has practised In Wise sees ef tbe Hair, hsa dlaoovered s POMADE which will In evevy case Restore the Heir in baldness from any, cause, and produae whiskers, moustschlos, eyebrows, Ao. in a month. For general uee, it preserv e the heir, prevent* itiMpg off, cbsck* dryness, and restores the colour, eradu^es scurf and dandriff, keepe the bead clean end cool, and tbe hair soft snd gloesy. Lsdii will fiod it promotes the curl snd wsve of tbe hair, an that the exquisite perfume Is unique; it is need b. thousands of Mothers in the Nursery, to beautify children's hair and prevent baldneee, acurf or any tailing tu sfter life. Tbe R*cip#, in plslm English, which anyone can prepsr* for s f*w pence, will be sent free by poet on r*c*lpt of six penny stampe snd s directed emv ' by Mr. H. ERSEST, 17. Crown-terrace, Hsven bill, London.
ADVIOE GRATIS. A Medical man
onwards of tisenty-elx yesr* in London practice, hsa published a work showing the trn* cause of Nervosa, Mental, snd Physical Debility, lownee* of spirits. inJi-geetlon, want of *n*rgy, pr*m*tur* decline, Ac., with the mean* of cure; whereby the following maladies are speedily snd permenently removed snd vigorous health restored. Every form end variety of debility, apermalorr-hosa, lassitude, depraeeion of spirits, loaa of energy and appetite, peine in tbe back and limb*, timidity, self-distrust, lor* of solitud*, groundless fears.palpitation of thefieart, nolees In the head and ears, indecision, impaired sight and memory, Indigestion, and bodily prostration of the whole eystem. The most important fact that these alarming complaints, may be easily removed is clearly demonstrated, and tbe entirely new and uniformly succeasful treatment a* followed out by the eulhor fully explains*, by which all suffsrer* ere enabled to cure themselr** perfectly, at tbe least possible cost, without taking quack medicine*, or running up a doctor's bill The book will be s*nt on receipt of a stamped and dlracted esrakpe, by Dr. RUSSELL 61, CLARENCE. ROAD, KmNTMH TOWN, LONDON. Tbdw*ad,of sufferers who had fallen into a bad state have borne grateful testimony lo the value and simplicity of the advice given, which has perfectly restored them to
DEBILITY, GRAVEL, AND ALL
PRIVATE DISEASES, a eertala sad speedy CURE, without any nauseous medicines, at the same time giving health ind tone to thi system.—Can be obtained by. addressing W. O. NICHOLLS, 1, lAngfonl Villas, Bensliam Grove, Thornton Heath.
A FACT WORTH KNOWING.

BEKCHAM'S PILL3 have now been before t between Twenty and Thirty Tears, aud the rapid
Debilitated. Thousands. 1* ev.ry sphere of life, with on* voice pronouno them the best, the safest, and l ho surest for eradicating all those oompIalnU to which flesh Is „eir to. They stand without s parallel; and have the largest sale of any Patent Medietas in the world.
BEECHAM'S PELLS
RE admitted by thousands to bo worth

tinimsa a Box. for Billot
________as Wind and Pain In the
Headache, Giddiness. Pullnea* i

_____—J all Seivoua and Trembling Sensations, Ac.,
o. The first doee wiU five relief In twenty minutes. Thli
„o u»m.«».«. apat;^ ^r,TM
i, he chsUangai the whole world
oomplaints, sad. restoring the

Beecham'fl Magic Cough Pills.
" > labouring under a^r of the-----*■
Sto^6$®SS*S6
' BoM •fer id)- Dr—igUlB sad PaSSat MedlaUe DeaJake In tba

CORNER SHOP ONLY.
What hm^bwa New
Y8sr cotunienced,iia^:
GAMLEN Bros.'
280> ANNUAL
CLEARANCE SALE
It is now » reality, and will, ts mral, bo con tinned through the month of February.
GAMLTJN' Bros.—" The Old Ertablished Firm of 28 jean' eiiitence "—make a point of clearing their Stock at Sacrifice Price, Their arrangements being complete fop the Spring Trade compels them to make a clean sweep, no matter the cost, of lie Stock tier now hold.
THE ANNUAL SALE AT THE OLD SHOP,
36. BERNARD STREET,
Ib too well known for comment.
No imaginary Bankrupt Stock or feigned Telegrams, but as has been at the CORNER SHOP annually for .28 years. Sweeping Reductions! Legitimate Sale ! ! Lowest possible Priceal! 1 f The aim, to turn the Stock into Cash.
South*** to West Oowee aad Sestksaptaa-ASO a. Il0n.es. 1 ' " :.j-y -r. oti.i: r. i
lirde tO Weet Oowes sad Beathasspton—»JS a.ta., ...
daily, at about SAO sjs, aad Oewee at about S-S #.■.
<8SUB?-The°CeIS*i'ny will pay tb* pl*r dssi upon all aiir-no^ wm
eharjed at U par cwt. i specie, glass, Ao.. »t special rat*s.
8INQLB PARKS.
w SenthSea, Portsmouth. or Porta* (aew BaJiway Pier) „
West Oowps to Byde

ts sre available <


.—j ----—----- _.se issued on Saturday sad 8l_
day, which extend fo Monday.
Ticket* from Cowee te Southampton. Byde, South sea, Portementh. and Port sea (New Railway Pier), or vies tms, are issued at 'he Company's Office, West Cowee fler, and the Booking Office, on the BovalPisr, Southampton.
Beuthampto

Oowes. or tie* verse fHeturo Tickets available for two days), are itsued at the Royal Pier, Southampton, Portees Pier uid the Newport. 8tatlea. Passengers having luggajte to be conveyed from the vessel to the railway station st Gowns, or eics versa, will be charged sooerding to the
Contract Tickets and Books if Pamlly Tlikit* (avsTiael* by all tkn ordlnarv steamers) may be obtained at the Com-
KM"-
* — * - ■ Bouih of England Boysl
gAGLETS pORIfTING piLLS.
THESE PILLS sre on* of th* beet Purifying Medicines ever brought before the public. They not only purify the blood, but, ss they contain the extract* of two of th* most powerful Stomacbio snd Antlbilloua Herba found in the field of botany, they give s tone to tbe stoksch snd liver. They are prepared from purely vegetable extracts, snd contain no mercorisl or mineral preps-rations of sny kind, therfore they msy be taken by persons of sll sge*.
ULCERS, LUMBAGO, And all diaordera arising from an impure slat* of tbe blood, should st once try thi* famous Purifying Medicine, a* It I* the v*ry best they can possibly take for tb*lr r*mov«L In ca*ea of Worms of every description, and also for Rhumatiam, Gout, and Pile*, hunderds can and do bear testimony to the benefit to be derived from the use of these Pills.
B
AGLEY'B OINTMENT.
THI8 OINTMENT is strongly recommended for the cara of IHVETEBATE ULUEEB, WHITE SWELL-
SAP EEEA8T8, Ao.
B'\°.
id Purifying PUla bai curea, many where tba
?ul a* theae
of Bad Lege, Bagley'a Ointment effected bunderda of astonishing ffiictod parties have suffered for ct we oeueve no remedy haa been ao success-Pill* and Ointmant, therefore we atrongly sufferers to try them.
EvaS Cook, Old Radnor, aaya : " Having suffered several years from s Bad Leg" with s wound In It, snd tried msny different remedies without sny effect, I was induced to try your PI I la and Ointment, which have quite restored me to perfect health, beinr now able to wslk and work a* well aa ever I could."
Mr. William Saosdsm. ef Ridge* .Cross, near Bromyard, luffered from Contracted Sinew and Wound* In the Lag fo; aavaral year*, but was oompUtely cur*d by the use of the Ointment snd Purifying Pill*._

BOILS AND SKIN ERUPTIONS.
Mr. Bisuor, Blacksmith, Haydon'a Bent, Ludlow, sudered much from Eruptions of the Skin Boils, snd after having been under medical treatmei no purpoee, tried tbeae PUla and Ointment, v iffecteda cure, and now Is wishful to recomi

WOltE AND INFLAMED EYES.
^ Mr. W. povgT, Ludlow, says: "I can highly recommend the Ointment for) Bad Eyea, having tried it and proved it* worth."
every night, a ill remove tbem. In fi ___________
two dreisinga will be aodwient, but in long-standln case* w* atrongly recommend the use of the Puryiqgg l'llb. st the isme time.._
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7M- Min i Nap Overcoats ... ... 11 11
549 Man'* Weaver OvercoaU ......14 11
5W2 Men e Check UlitaftOverooan ... 13 11
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298 Men e strong Beef ere, cloth lined — 5 11 732 Men's Beaver Reefers 396 Men's faeblohable Tweed Suit*
613 Man'a Black Cloth Suits
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872 Man'a Worsted Cord Trooser*, lin*d ... 7 11
446 Men'a Black Goth Trouaers, lined ... 5 6
643 Men s strong Doeakia Trousers ... 6 11
396 Men e Tweed Trousers ... ... 7 11
473 Men's Derby Tweed Trousers ... 8 11
936 Men's good F*ncy Cloth Troossrs ... 4 11
Msq'sBlaakgk&GoaM - 8 11
496 Men's Black Prock Coat* ... ' ... 11 11
378 Men a Black Cloth Pnncs of Wales
Costs '1*P ' ... ... ... 14 11 249 MeY#*Md*TwadCsaW .. -490 Msm"s8taalspCaata _ 8 11
%97 Man's strong Doeakin Coats.- 5 11
1063 Men's Tweed Vssts......1 1' \
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420 Men'a-Black Cloth double - breasted
530 MaZfkn^gWVW, Z / Z 4 11
730 Man's EWa Pilot Vssts ... * 11
84* Msss'sNeal-shloVasM _ _ 8 11
10.000 Men's Oxford Whirls ... ... 0 TJ
976 Men'* Oxford Shirt* with collars 0 it
Mea'sWoalBhiMa... _ _ 1 (& 879 Man's good Crimean 8hlrU ... — 2 11
11*3 Ms.) Whlto Shirts _ _ 1H&
9^0 Mens Undershirt*... ... .. Oil*
1132 Men's bard Pelt Hate ... ... 0 11*
796 Men'a Pelt Cavour Hal* ... ... 0 1' I
932 Man's Kossuth Hata ............1 If
364 Man's Paris 8Wk Hal, _ _ 3 11
Youths' Outfitting Department
592 You I ha' Blue Nap Overcoats... ... 9 11
364 Youthe' Wool lined Nap Overcoat* ... 10 11
422 Youth** Ulsters ... ............5 11
565 Youths' fancy Chsck Ulsters ... 7 11
942 Youths' strong Nap Reefer*... ... 7 11
569 Youth*'auperior quality Reefera ... 10 11
379 Youthe' bound Reef ere ... ... 6 11
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MM Yoqtba" Cloth Troa^Masd 740 Youthe' fsccy Tronsera, ltaed
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530 Yuutha Doe Skin Coat*
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492 Youth*' good Crimasn Shirts 960 Youth*' Tweed Hata 5<2 Youths. Cap*, all shapes
Boys' Outfitting Department
1196 Boys' Wool Nap Overcoats ... ... 2 11
%% Boys' strong Pilot OrercoaJ*...... 4 11
662 Boy* 8cotch Cheviot Overcoat* ... 7 11
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90 Men's 8ilk Umbrella* ...... 3 11
57 M*o'* Oinabsm Umbrella* ... ... I J J 132 Men's Mackintosh** ... 4 11
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96 Pair* of M*n'* Leggings ... ... % ')
88 Men'* Guernaeya........1 2 |
At Man's hand knit Ouamaeyi ... 4 .
85 Men's Cardigan Jsckel* ... 1 l j
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874 Men'e Mufflers ... „.
951 M*n'* Coloured aud Whits Poeket-
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597 Men's Bracss. per pair ..: '
251 Boys' Braces, per pair
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