i BRUTAL OUTBACK ON A WOMAN NEAE MALTON The Malton bench were engaged for nearly six hours, on Tuesday, investigating a serious charge ol srimmal assault, accompanied by brutal violence, preferred by a married woman named Sarali Harper, wife of Charles Harper, labourer, ol Ryton, Malton, against a young man named Wm. Fox, labourer, of Old Malton. Mr. Crowther, lolicitor, of Scarboro', appeared for the prose- cution, and Mr. R. H. Bartliff, of Malton, for the prisoner. Mrs. Harper, a young and deli- cate-looking woman, evidently still suffering from the violence to which she had been subjected, stated that about five o'clock on the evening of Wednes- day week she left Old Malton for Ryton-about two miles 0ff having with her about If stones of groceries, &o., and when near Ryton Bridge the prisoner passed her, spoke, then struck her in the breast, knocked her down, and tried to assault her criminally. She struggled and got away from him, and ran off screaming, but being exhausted, the fell, and the fellow then caught her, and, tleapite her sereams and struggles, committed the offence with which he was charged. He struck her afterwards, dragged her up the hill by the hair of the head, and threatened to cut her throat, but fortunately at the time a woman and a boy came up and rescued her. Fox was re- cognised by these parties, and information was given to the police. The complainant was sup- ported by several witnesses. The cross-exami- uation by, and contention of, Mr. Bartliff were to jhow that the poor woman was a consenting party to what had transpired. The bench committed the prisoner to take his trial at the next York .Assizes..
Queen Isabella is expected at her residence in Paris—the Hotel Basilewski—towards the middle of the present month. Great indignation is felt in the county of Here ford in consequence of another case of hound poisoning in the North Herefordshire pack, of which Mr. F. Platt, of Sugwas Court, is the master. BREACH OF PROMISE IN HUMBLE Lin:A Sheriffs Court was held at Leeds on Tuesday for assessing damages in two actions for breach of niomiseV marriage and seduction, in which judg- Jnent had been allowed to goby default. The plaintiff. Mary Hannah Asquith a pleasant look- in« girl of 19. lives with her mother, the widow of a farmer, at Featherstone, near Ponteuact. The defendant is the son of a farmer at the same place. The plaintiff said the courtship com- menced about two years ago. anu ^i niui.iacy led to the birth of a child. On the ioth ol },ay defendant saw her, and asked liei L s,ie ^T.S pre- pared to get married, as he was licence. Two days afterwards he manie- woman. On learning what the detenu.1 nu ac done, plaintiff went to him in company 1 -1 aunt. The aunt asked him if it was erne that he had promised to marry her niece, and tie said it was. He said he was very sorry for what he had done, but he had been persuaded to do it. The aunt said, You'll have to pay for it: and the defendant's wife said, "Oh. we can pay. Tho defendant told plaintiff that he was in partner- ship with his father, and his name was on hi« father's cart up to recently, when the and Son" had been removed. In cross-examination, the I plaintiff denied that her mother's house wii; notorious in the village, but she acknowledged that she had been in prison for stealing a diamond pin belonging to a lady in Leeds, in whose servieo she had been, but she said the defendant knew about it, and if he had not wanted her after that he should not have gone after her. After the cusi had been partly heard the part ies,c it-iii to u-nns. and the record was withdrawn. The ph.:i:i accepted f5 as a solatium for the wrongs she ba-i suffered. It was announced at the opening of the courts for Michaelmas term at Westminster, last week, that Mr. Justice Lindley had been placed on the rota of judges for the trial of election petition. daring the ensuiaa rear.
THE QUEEN AND HER HIGHLAND TENANTRY. Dr. Robertson, of Hopewell, who for many rears has held the appointment of commissioner on her Majesty's estate on Deeside, was on Satur- day entertained at dinner at Ballater and pre- ented with a silver salver 68 a memento of the -espect of friends and neighbours on the occasion of his retirement into private life. The Marquis of Huntly made the presentation. Dr. Robertson, n the course of his reply, said: I am unwilling to ake to myself the merits which Lord Huntly has )een pleased to attribute to me. During my lublic life I have simply carried out the wishes of hat illu strioua lady whose servant I had the honour o be. I know that the comfort and the welfare md the prosperity of her tenants always formed ibout the first wish of her heart when in this part )f the country—(cheers)—and to her I think the lonour is due. Whenever an opportunity occurred, vere I to bring forward an instance when a tenant's interests or a tenant's comforts were con- sented, I had but to tell my story to her-for I lad the honour and the privilege of at all times iein« admitted to her presence when I had anv- iliing on business to unfold to her—and I found in ihat^lady a desire—nay, a command was laid upon ne—that the happiness and comfort ot her enants should be promoted. But it is not only with the Queen that I have bad to do. I have tlso at this time the honour of being the servant )f the Prince of Wales, and I can only pay the same tribute to him that I have endeavoured to lo to the Queen-that his first thoughts and his :ommands to me have at all times been to deal iberallv and to the comfort of his tenantry. Applause).
GERMANY AND HER FINANCES. (From the Times.) To the German Government the present finan. ;ial difficulties can be only temporary, if they will )ut learn the lesson which those difficulties teach. rhey show that the burdens of the nation are not Tieasured by its debt, nor by the ratio of taxation ;o population. In both these respects, and es- pecially the former, Prussia may be envied by her nearest neighbours. But it is useless to ask how much a man has to pay without also inquiring what ire his means of paying. A numerous population who earn no more than the necessaries of life are more likely to be a burden than a resource to the exchequer. A national debt is only an evil as in- creasing the national expenditure, and many Dther causes may rival it in producing that effect. The maintenance of numerous strongholds, for in- stance, necessary as it may be in some cases as a safeguard against invasion, is a fertile source of unlimited expense. If the national safety impera. Lively requires it, any such burden must be borne, however it may press upon an exhausted people; but in hard times the people will be more dis- posed to inquire curiously into the grounds of the necessity, and less ready to accept the dog- matic statements of great strategists with un. doubting credence. It is possible for a Govern- ment, by strenuously exacting the maximum of taxation from a docile people, to make up a satis- factory balance-sheet, and to point exultingly to the stationary condition and trivial amount of their debt, while they are all the while drying up the stream of revenue at its source. What a nation will submit to pay, and what a due regard for its prosperity would bid its rulers demand, are two very different things. That wealth may grow the people must have the means of saving, and for a Government to strip them of the margin beyond bare necessaries is as though a gardener should sell his fruit trees for firewood to pay his debts. It would be better that Germany should be content to remain for a year or two not quite prepared to meet the world in arms rather than that her citizens should find that the country so impreg- nably fortified offers them no life worth living. A man" does not buy Chubb's locks for his stable- door when his steed is starving.
THE TREATMENT OF HYDROPHOBIA. (From the Standard.) The immediate effect of rendering the life of & dog dependent on its wearing a muzzle, together with an extension of the dog tax so as to include puppies of the tenderest age, would undoubtedly be to cause a decrease in the number of dogs. That, however, need not grieve any one, since it is by no means certain that for the average dog it is better to be alive than not to be alive. It is quite certain that by diminishing the number of dogs we should diminish the amount of hydropho- bia. We might further insist that every dog owner should be held responsible for the conduct of his dog, especially in connection with hydrophobia. Even now it is an offence to keep a dog known to be of savage propensities. Much more, then, should it be regarded as an offence to keep a dog which has been bitten by a dog in a state of rabies, or which has shown premonitory symptoms of rabies, whether the circumstance of its having been bitten has come to the knowledge of its master or not. To many it would not seem strictly equitable to visit upon a man the acts of his mad dog. But there would cer- tainly be fewer examples of hydrophobia if the proprietor of every dog found in that con- dition were fined, or even, in the case of wanton and aggravated offence, sent to prison. In con- 119 nection with hydrophobia, the proverb as to the superiority of prevention to cure is indeed appli- cable; for, within limits, hydrophobia may evi- dently be prevented, while to cure it is still all but impossible. Certain remedies are said to be more or less efficacious; among others curare, which may or may not kill the patient, but which is Bure tobringhim almost to death's door. Hemayrecover from the effect of curare; whereas from hydropho- bia, unless counteracted by this powerful medicine, recovery is said to be absolutely impossible. The value, however, of curare in cases of hydrophobia seems hitherto to have been but little tested; and probably no certain remedy for it will be discovered until something more is ascertained as to the nature of the disease. So little to this moment is known on the HUi ject that, according to some writers, the virus which produces canine rabies has no effect on men who have not already in their blood a poison of another kind. An American physician has boldly declared that hydrophobia can be developed only in persons who have long been addicted to drink, and who thus carry au abundance of alcoholic poison in their veins. Thus regarded, hydrophobia would seem to be a punishment re- served by the irony of fate for those who have not only feared water, but have shown an undue liking for other beverages. Some considerable period will no doubt elapse before our doctors succeed in discovering a cure for hydrophobia. But no time need be lost in taking such measures as we have already suggested for preventing its spread.
POSTAL REGULATIONS FOR NEWPORT. The chief office is open from 7 a.m. to 9.25 p.m. or week-days, and from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sundays. Mails Malls- closes at till ,et.ter earners Morning Mail 9.40 a.m 9.45 a.m. 7 „ London Day Mail 12.35 p.m. l2.40p.m ) 2,40 P m' London Night Mail 8.15 p.m.! 9. 0 p.m. 7.0 a.m. North Mail 5.55 p.m., G. 0 p.m- 9.40 a.m. Western alleys N.M1. 10 0 a.m. 10.5 a.m.! 7.0 a.m. L sk&Caerleon Day Mail 1.25 p.m.! 7 Cam. Cardiff Day Mail 2.25 p.m." 2.30 p.m. —' South Wales Day Mail 10.0 a.m. 10.5 a.m 2 45 p.m First Pembroke Mail 1.30 a.m.! 7 0 a m. Abergavenny Mail 1.30 a.m.1 -I 7.' 0 a.m Second Pembroke Mail. 7' q a lP- Newport Rural District 1.30 a.m. 7' 0 a m' Pontypool North Mail.. 9. 0 a.qj 7'. 0 a!m'. The Town Receiving Honse" and Pillar Boxes are clearei as nnder Receiving Houses and Pillars |is^ 2nd 3rd 4th] 5tli |Col_. Col. Col. col. Vol. ii.tu* t>,m. t> m.:r> ifl. Commercial Street E. H. S.45 11.0 4.50 7.0 ^.0 Dock Street, Branch Office 8.45 11.0 5.^0 7 0 I— Piligwenlly R. H 8.45 ll!o 4^50 7^0 5.0 B ii rack Hill 7 q Bridge Street Pillar 8.45:11.0 4.50 7^0! Clarence Place Pillar 1,50 7 0 Commercial Road Pillar 8.45 11.0 4.50 > 7.0 9.0 GreatWestern Ry. Station Pillar8.4511.0 4.50 7.0 i— Gold Tops Pillar 4.50 7 0 Stow Hill Pillar 8.3 11.0 4 50 7^0 Town HHII Piilar S.45 11.0 4.501 7.0 9.0 Stow Park Pillar 7.45 11.0 4.40 j 7.0 Dock Head Pillar .8.30'11.0 4.50; 6.50; Letters to be registered must be presented not less thai; half-an-hour before the closing of the box. The registra- tion fee is 4d. Letters may, however, be registered uuti; the closing of the box by the payment of a double regis tration fee. The registration fee on Foreign and Colonial letters, excepting France and those countries circulating through France, is Id. To Ernnce, and those countries wvculatisg hrough France, 3d- per j oz
■B^——B——MBBBaM—MP——waa— mmm iwai" w -r^r vnwrw-rm-wTWTTrrri ni.TaaeaB——Ba—a—— jpamsts- LONDON MANURli COMPANY. ESTABLISHED 1^40. HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY IN DRY FINE CONDITION PURE DISSOLVED BONES. PREPARED GUANO. SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. CORN, MANGOLD, & POTATO MANURES. BONE TURNIP MANURE. SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. CORN, MANGOLD, & POTATO MANURES. BONE TURNIP MANURE. OFFICES: 116, FENCHURCH STREET, E-C. EDWARD PURSER, Secretary. For the convenience of Customers in North and South Wales, the London Manure Company have established DEPOTS at NEWPORT (MON.), ABERDOVEY, CARMARTHEN, and SALTNEY. AGENTS FOR SOUTH WALES, te, Mr. D. G. DAVIES. The Bridge. Cardigan. Mr. T. MAT HI AS. Saundersfoot. Mr. EVAN DA.VIBS, Kinssjs Mill, Denbigh. Mr. JOHN MORGAN, New Market. Square, Shrewsbury. Mr. G. L. CRIFFITHS, Pemhroke. Mr- THOMAS MORGAN, Linworney Farm. Cowbridpe, Mr. D. HARRIES, Cwinyar, Llanbyther. Messrs. ROBERTS and ROWLANDS, Spring Gardens- ,v Mr H HAHRtES, Rhvwlwydyd, Pencader. Haverfordwest. Messrs. JOSBPtt andTHOMAS, Llanelly. SOUTH WALES MERCANTILE COMPANY, Brecon. Mr. W LEWIS. NarJurth. Mr.J.S. STONE, Newport. Mon. Mr. JOHN LLOYD, 12, Nott-square, Carmarthen. Mr. THOMAS WATKINS, Trecastle [6 LIL.L I K D H V11 BEWARE OF WORTHLESS lUTUHHUtll IMITATIONS OF RECKITT'S PARIS BLUE The Genuine is used by the Laundresses of THE PRINCESS OF WALES AND DUCHESS OF EDINBURGH, ROWLANDS' ODONTO. I WhitsUJ the Teeth, prevents and arrests decay and give a pleasing fragrance to the breath. This Tooth Powder is far preferable to pastes or washes. THE GENUINE ODONTO I HAS THE WORDS A. ROWLAND & SONS engraved on the Government Stamp fixed to each box. Buy no ODONTO without it and take only ROWLANDS', 2s 9d per box. Sold by Chemists and Perfumers. [1267 UN X L'D THE Q-LENFIELD 8T.ARCII. THE QUEEN'S LAUNDRESS USES NO OTHER, [14 Q 03W1 •}K'S 3AKI N G POWDER 'j Gold Medal, H.ivre, 1868; Gold Medal, Paris IC'HF.V '>t Aits. 13'J3 Gold Medal, Paris Exhibition, F):t ITS SUPEkUORITr OVER ALL OTHER BAKING :'OWOK:!S. Bo £ k'3 BAKING POWDER rn.ik-* drth.;ioiis Bread without Yeast. BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER B ankea Puddings, Pastry, and Pie-crusts with "'S>i Butter and -7 W Iwo BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER soli everywhere, m Id. and 2d. Packets, and s -2 s. od., and 5s., Pate lit Boxes only, and not < Be sure to ask for and see that you get o ;VIC«"3 GO/ID MEDAL BAKING POWDER 1 [11G4 ~STlFFrS STARCH. STIFF'S STARCH. One Trial of this beautiful Starch will prove its Superiority TRADE MARK, "QUEEiY BESS." REGISTERED lOrH APRIL, 1877. ,STIFF'S STARCH.- STIFF'S STARCH. Stid by Grocers, Druggists and Oilmen and Wholesale REDCLIFFE STREET, BRISTOL. [640 E S TA B LIS E~D" N E AR LY A GEN TUEY THE ORIGINAL "LUDDINGT ON'S OILS." THE CELEBRATED HORSE, SHEEP, AND CATTLE MEDICINE, Sm vt\ft (REGISTERED), TANDS UNRIVALLED as a safe, effectual, and speedy REMEDY for COLIC OR GRIPES IN HOUSES • OR SCOUR IN CALVES. FOALS, &c.; ?^ dl.J^X->1KFICULT CALVING EWES LAMBING MARE.S IjS DIFFICULT FOALING. TT 1 f fvS^'rU!U application for F1 v Galls. Ulcerated or Sagzed L aiiers, t.ites of Do<s, Swellinsrs, -to it is safe and bei.elieial. Solu in bottles, 2s. 6d., 5s., and Ids., by all Chemist*. Sole Manufacturers and Exporters (for T. Lutldiiigtoii, Canwick- road, Lincoln), TOM LIN SOX & HAYWARI), Lincoln. i.i c*erVe I'hatT. LUDDIN-GTO.S'S Signature is engraved on tlie ^tainp atlixed over the Corn on eaeii Bottle. TOMLINSON & Co.'s BUTTER POWDER MAKES Firm and Sweet Butter in the Hottest father, prevents it turning rancid, removes the flavour of sour i^rass, weeds or rank herbage, cjuickcns the m vTI't'S' a,1(l fncreases the vnliv 2d. to Sd. per lb. TGMLINSON & Co.'s BUTTMK POWDER. ISOItl by Chemists and Grocers, in Sd., Is.. and 2s. Cd. boxes. TICKS, LICE, SCAR, FOOT AND MOUTH, And all Contpfrio-S Diseases. "THE GLYCERIiNB DIP," FOR SHEEP AND LAMBS, IS a certain preventive and cure of Scab is also de. JL structive to Ticks, Lica, and all Parasitea infesting the Skills of Sheep and other animals: its eiii,,tlliciit and stimulating properties icreatly promote the Growth of the t (i? ,:l Powerful Disinfectant, it arrests the Spread of Contagious Diseases. It doos n it discolour or act iniu- nousty upon the natural yolk of the Wool, Imt feeds the lloece, anu maintains the natural lustre. • every Market Town. Price Pd. per Pound, in various size Tins and Drums. Solo Manufacturers and Exporters, _T TOMTJNSON & HAYWARD. Chemists, Lincoln. THE "GRANULAR BROWNING," IMPARTS a RICH COLOUR and SUPERIOR FLAVOUR to Roasted Meats of every description, Clncjcen and Game Gravies, Sonns. Boef Ton, &,1". Sotu in bottles, Is. and 2s. t»d. each, by Chemists. Grocers, and Italian Warehousemen. Sole Proprietors and Inventors. TOMLINSON & HAYWARD, Chemists, Lincoln. LI291 COBDEN'S QUININE & pHOSPHORUS pILLS I (REGISIEREr), T R El iV F, tY TONIC. ¡ HOSPHORUS is the life-giving element I _L in the blood, and tlie thought-giving power of the brain. I In conjunction with Quinine it is one of the most powerful curative asrents known. All nervous diseases mean a want i f Phosphorus in the brain and nerve centres, and to cure them I is to re-introduce the deficient property. COBDENS QUININE AND PHOSPHORUS PILLS Have been invented to accomplish this end, and there are now many thousands who .'an lesiifv to the success of this mode of treatment. It your brain is overworked, your nerves unstrung, if you sutler trom nervous or general debilitv, or feel a want of vigour and vitality, try a course of COBDEN'S QUININE AND PHOSPHORUS PILLS. They act directly on the blood, vitalising and enrichins it to a surprising degree bailùÜI/Ç up the system, and throwing off tae germs of disease. They thoroughly recruit the general restore the nervous system to a proper healthy condition, 110 mutte from what cause impaired. COBDEN'S QUININE AND PHOSPHORUS FILLS. ( 2s. 9J. and 4s. 6d. Maybe obtained of any resp.etable chemist, who-will get them if he does not keep them in stock. Ask for Ccbden's d. MJ le put ojf tinik anythi«n s'~ > thnna t i/il Jor yourself. Should any difficulty occur in obtaining th« f j Us, they will always he sent bv return of post on receipt of ir 51 stamps urcat saving), by the SUSSEX DRUG COMPANY, I 135, QUEEN'S ROAD, BRIGHTON. Agent for Newport, Mr. PJSAHMAN, 11, Commercial-street, London Agents: Sanger and SOUK, Oxford Street Rarchv and Sons, Farringdon Str-oct: Tidman and Sous, Wilson Street: Hovenden, City Roal; Mather, Farringdon Ro^d. |"1511 Street: Hovenden, City Roal; Mather, Farringdon RCMd. flS11 I KINAHAN'S LL WHISKY UN IV E RSALLY RECOM- i MENDED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. A pure old spirit, mild, mellow, delicious and mo-t wholesome. Dr. HASSALL says— The samples were soft and mellow to the taste, aromatic and ethereal to the smell. The Whisky must be pronounced to be pure, well matured, and of very excellent quality." WHOLESALE 20, GT. TITCHFIELD ST., LONDON, W. n 53 "TJIOR THEBLOOD IS THE LIFE.*— A See Deuteronomy, chap, xii., verse 23. WORLD FAMED Trade Mark, Blood Mixture." THE ØAEAT BLOOD PURIFIER & RESTORE. For ceansms and clearing the blood from all impurity cannot be too liisrhly recommended. Fur Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kind it is a never-failing and permaneu cure. It Cures Old Sores. Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck. Cures Ulcerated Sore Lesrs. Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the Face. Cures Scurvy Sores. Cures Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings. Clears the Blood from all impure Matter, From whatever cause arising. As this Mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted free rom anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex. the Proprietor solicits sullerers to give it a trial to test its value. Thousands of Testimonials from all parts. Sold in Bottles 2s. lid. each, and in Cases, containing six times the quantity, lis. each—.umcint to effect a permanent cure in the srreat majority of long-stai.dmg cases.—BY ALL CHEMISTS AND PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS throughout the United Kingdom and the World, or sent to any address oil receipt of 30 or 132 stamps hy. F. J. CLARKE, Chemist, Hizli Street, Lincoln. Wholesale All Patent Medicine Houses. Newport. Mon—Sold by.I. YOUNG, O. PRICK, 1^7.Commercial strc ;t, E. M. THOMAS, JAMES EDMUNDS, 5, High-street and PAINE, Commercial-street. Ebbw Vale, L, P. Jones. [9 FRIEND OF ALL, KNOWN IN ALL PARrs~OF THR WORLD. lll'W'MdllH IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.—ENFEEULliD EXIST- ENCE. rpHIS medi.ine embnccs every attribute required in a 1 general and domestic remedy; it overturns the founda- tion of disease laid by defective food and impure air. In obstructions or congestions of the liver, lungs, bowels, or any- other organs, these Pills are especially serviceable and emi- nently successful. They should be kept in readiness in every family, being a medicine of incomparable utility for YOllli;r perS01)s, particul:1rly to those of feeble constitutions. BILIOUSNESS, LOSS OF APPETITE. HEADACHE AND LOWNESS OF SPIRITS. These hils effect a truly won,lerful change in debilitated constitutions, as they create a healthy appetite, correot indi. rection, remove excess oi bile, and overcome giddiness, bead- ache, Ilnti palpitation of the heart. MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS. If there is one thing more than another for which these Pills are famous it is their purifying properties, especiaHy th-ir power of cleansing the blood from all impurities, re- moving dangerous congestions, and renewing suspended secretions. Universally adopted as the one grand remedy for female complaints, these Pills never fail, never weaken the system, and always bring about what is required. INDIGESTION, STOMACH AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. Persons suffering from any disorders of the liver, stomach, or other organs of digestion, should have immediate recourse to these l'iils, as there is no medicine known that acts on hese pait cular complaints with such certain success. NEliAOUS DEUILITY. Persons who feel wean, low, an-1 nervous, may rest assured some seiieus ailment is looming in the distance, agait- st which instant action should be taken. These renowned "ills present the ready means of exciting energetic action oil the liver, libera ing accumulated bile, and lifting at once a load from the spirits, and expelling a poison from the body. Holloway's Pi 1,s are the best remedy known in the world for the following Diseases:— Ague Female Ir- Piles Tin. Doloureux Asthma regularities Rheumatism Ulc-rs Bilious com- Fevers of till Retention of Venereal Aflec- plauits kinds Urine tions Blotches on Gout Scrofula, or WornMofaif the skin Head Ache Kimr's Evil kinds Bowel ejm- Indigestion Sore Throats Weakness from plaints Liver com- Stons X Gravel wha'ever Debilitv plaints Secondary cause Dropsy Lumbago Symptoms & C.. Ac., The Pills and Ointment are s"U at Professor Holloway's Establishment, 53o. Oxford-Street, Loudon als ) by nearly every respectable Vendor of Medicine throughout the Civilised World,in Boxes a1lJ. Puts, r.t h. l\ll., 2s.td.ts. t>d., lis., 22s., and ;>s. each. The smallest Box of Pilis contains four dozen a.n<l the smallest Pot of Ointment one ounce. Full printed directions -ireiffixeti to each Box and Pot, and can be had in any language, even in Turkish. Arabic, Armenian Persian or Chinese. N.B.—Advice can be obtained, free of charge, by applying at 4lie above address, daily, between 1hc hours of it and t, or by letter. 86S BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS Prices Is. 1-Vd., and '2s. '.M. per box. This pre parati')1l is one of theben:its which the science o modern chemistry has conferred upon niazikiii(I for during the first twenty years of the s resent century, to speak of a cure for the Gout was considered a romance; bur now tho ellicacy and safety of this medicine is so fully demoesti-ated by unsolicited testimonials from pe'-soes in ev'Ty rank of life, that public opinion proclaims t],1S as one of the most im- portant discoveries of the present aire. These Pills require 110 restraint of diet or confinement dur- illp: their use. and are certain to prevent the disease attacking any part. Sold bj all medicin Vendors.—Observe Thomas Prout, 22U, Strand, London," on the Government IMPORT A X T T 0 F A R M E R sT NO MORE BIRD !>'OirS REQUIRED KING'S PATENT CARBOLIC D R ES SING FOR SEED CORN. Mamifoxtuted nolely ly E. 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XINXAIRD, M.P., Chairman y SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL £l,OUO,OOO ANNUAL INCOME £ 205,000. £1,120,000 have been paid as f](> MP/' V S' 1 T10 V _11 p 1,_ A fixed sun' in De;,til by Accident, it Weekly Allowance in the event of Injurv. may hp secured at moderate Premiums. Bonus allowed to Insurer J of five year« sfandiny. Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, the Loca! Agents, or 64, Comhill, London. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. Agents for Newport: Messrs. W. WJLM.V.MS and Co 16, Dock-street; Mr. W. J. LLOTD, B:A.llk s —Ag*oc for Ebbw Vale and Blaina Mrs. 8:411. r^O ————————^ Addresses. Nothing brUgs «-i Yy.-w< '.y, Premature Oli Ast, and Sa.orte.is Hit :H.I í, ye, ,nore than Discast oj the Chest. UN-DEIL THE ;2V I AND f A-rnONAiJE OK THIS 'V:^ THJ PRINCIPAL QUEEN J NOBILITY, THE ONLY REAL CURE WITHOUT INWARD R MEDICINE IS OPER'S ROYAL BATH PLASTERS fo th* TT«I?U5^' Asthma, Hoarseness, Indigestion, Palpitation of Rrnl.!frr ,ouP' Hooping Cough, Influenza, Chronic Strains, A ??. ago. or Pains in tlie Back, Spinal and Rheumatic AGeotions D'seases of the Chest, and Local Pains. COMPLAINT OF 30 YEARS STANDING AN» RHEUMATISM OF THE HIP. Mwn O. Nafferton, December 18,1862. Dain in'thf* imnp nf m i' Gentlemen,—I was afflicted with* Boner's Plaster abmittw^aCK or.30 -vears' and hearing of your aoDlving itfound SI.nce'1 procured »ne, andafwr pain ever si nee I was ail<1 have been free from pam ever since. 1 was also troubled with Rheum tism in tha hip, and apphea one with the same results As I h ve Reived 10 much benefit from the use of your fiooer^ Plasfa»r!^f hSr sent you this for the benefit of others suffering in ttie same S? Yours etc., THOMAS BROWN USE OF LEG LOST FOR 6 MONTHS. 2S, Greystock-street, Attereliffe-ioad To Messrs. Roper and fcons,—Sirs,—I have the ulea sure; return you my most sincere thanks for the benefit I hava received from your Roper's Plasters, af*sr being for six month* j without the use of my left leg. was in the Royal Cornwall Infirmary for fourteen weeks, and no better. I was confined for three months to my bed, and all no use. I was recom- mended by a lady to try one of your Roper's Plasters. I did so, and thank God I only applied two plasters before I could walk without a crutch, and now I car walk with one stick, all hrough the means of your Roper's Plasters. Sirs, I have written you this that you may advertise it for the benefit the public. Redruth.July 25tn,1861. Yours.etc., RICHARD INCH. SPRAIN IN THE BACK. Messrs. Roper and Son,—Gentlemen,—Sinoe time ago I g< £ injured in my back from lifti. g a large piece of wood, in tlie Royal Arsenal, and was conti cito my bed for three months during which time the Royal J iver Friendly Society paid me 10s. a week, and a doctor to ltend me,, but instead of getting better I gradually got wors I a friend advised me to get QD8 of your Roper's Plasters, a in less than a fortnight after, I felt myself completely reeo 1 »ied. I am now using the second plaster. I send this tia*ti ii n ial to the editor of U, r's Kenti*\ sourrt'il. with a request ti t he may notice it in his widely circulated Journal. JAMES SMITH, Nov. 16, 1860. Maxey-road, Plumstead, Kent. BED-FAST 4 MONTHS tr TT U -J T, Bury, March 3. 1853. „Mr H. Maiden of Bury, has great pleasure 111 bandmic to Messrs. Roper and Son a recommendation of Roper's by Mr. William Dutson, Earl-street, Bury, for a severe inflam- mation of the lungs. He was bed fast foi—- months and is quite certain his recovery is through the tiaiely assistance of your valuable Roper s Plaster. Froni ¥. Cupiss, Esq., M.R.V.C., Author of the Prize Essay on the Diseases of the Liver of the Horse. n .j., Diss, -\oriolk, jlarch 22,1851. Gentlemen,—lor the last three winters jlrs. Cupu»s lias felt a great uelicaey of the chest, acoouipanicd with occasion** pain, cough and hoarseness. Hav ing bad your valuable liouer's Royat Butli Plaster reconiineiicied to her, she made a trial of one and it was attended with the most b.;neHciaI effect in consequence of which she has made irequent use oi them aud invariably with the same Kood results, 1 remain, FRANCIS CUPISS. AFTER Two 1EABS SUFFERING CURED. Important Testimonial received from Mr. William Hall Tow Traveller to Messrs. Rawson and Co., Brewers, Shejli'eld Gentlemen,—1 wish to add my testimony to the host of other published by you, to the efficacy of your wonderful Roner't Plaster. I had not been enabled to lie on my leit side from an aiTection of the heart or liver, for two years, until i applied* Roper's Plaster, since which time 1 have been comparative!* well, and only used two Plasters.—Yours laithluiiy, I Andover-street, Sheffield, June 3, lStil. WM. HALL. Unprincipled Shopkeepers, for the sake of gain, have vsuiou spurious imitations. Purchasers are therelorc cautioned t NOTICE the words, "ROPEK'S ROYAL BATH PXASIES Engraved 011 the Government S S&to"r'sdAu^- graph 011 the back, 1-1 ■■■■ thus:- PREPARED ONLY BY ROBERT ROPER AND SON CHEMISTS, SHEFFIELD, On Medico-chemical principles, from British Herbs, and Gums and Balsams of the Eastern Clime, where The trees drop balsam, and on all the boughs Health sits and makes it sovereign as it flows." Full-sized Plasters, Is. l £ d.; and for Children, 9id. eack, direct by Post one penny extra in postage stamps. Sold by most Patent Medicine Vendors in the United Kingdom. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS!—Be particular and ask for RorKK's PLASTERS. eublic Opinion has proved the Plaster and Pills to by the Marvel of the Age. ROPE R'S P ILL S (though originally were intended to assist theopemtion of ROPEK'B ROYAL Bint PJLASTKR) have proved the best remedy for all thosedistressing symptom producing a weak and disordered Stomach, LIver Complailli Nervous Irregularities. Indigestion, such as Nausea orSickness Loss of Appetite, Loathing of Food, Pain in the Bowels, Langonr and Depression of Spirits, Giddiness. Swimming or Detenni* atiou of Blood to the Head, &c., the forerunner of Apoplexy, Spro'.itley, near Hull, Oct. o, 1S5S. Sirs,—Having found great ber^'it from Roper's Royal Bath Plasters and Pills, I wish to nf.ke my case Known for th« advantage of thosj who suffer as I have done for a long time, I have been nfllicted with spasmodic pains in the chest, and paloitation of the heart, arising from Indigestion and Liver Complaint. I was under medical treatment many months without feeling any better. At last I tried one of Roper't Plasters and a box of Pills, which gave me relief in a few day?, from which time my health has improved, and I am now quite well.—I remain, with thanks, yours respectfully, ELIZABETH Tnovpsosr Roper's Pills nre a purely Botanic compound, and warranto free from any deleterious ingredient, being composed of choicl herbs, roots, gums, and balsams, by ROBT. llOPER and SON Chemists, Sheffield, in boxes at Is. l id,, 2s. !>d., and ts. titi-each Se'd bv most Chemists and Booksellers in the United Kingdom ASK FOR ROPER'S PILLS. [41 A RIDE TO KHIVA CAPTAIN FRED BURNABY, Royal Horse Guards. Page 13 saya:—" Two pairs of boots lined with fur were also taken and for physic—with which it is as wel) to be supplied when travelling in out-of-the-way pl:1.ces-slJme quinine, and Cockle s pills, the latter a most invalu ible medicine, and one which I have used 011 the natives of Central Africa with the greatest possible success. In fact, the marvellous effects pro- duced upon the mind and body of an Arab Sheik, who was im- pervious to all native medicines, when 1 administered to him five COCKLE'S PILLS will never fade from my memory; and a friend of mine, who passed through tho same district many months afterwards, informed me tint my fame a5 a' medicine had not died out, but that the marvellous cure was evcu then a theme of conversation in the bazaar." SEE BURNABY'S RIDE TO KHIVA, Page 13. A GOOD FAMILY MEDICINE CHEST -L .jL- witll a prudent use, has saved many a lifs and yet w think the idea might be improved upon, and rdueed to a mor simple form. Take some good compound, such as COCKLE'S ANTlBILOUS PILLS, and we find that the desired "lid be obtained without scales, and weijTuts. or little mysterious compartments or en- chanted bottles, wita crystal stoppers. Others might be used but COCKLE'S PILLS, as tested by many thousands of persons, and found to angwa their purpose so well, may be set down as the best.— Observer RIDE TO KHIVA » CAPTAIN FRED BURNABY, Royal Horse Guards. Page 13 says:—" Two pairs of boots lined with fur were also taken and lor physic—with which t is as well to be supplied when travelling in out-of-the-way places—some quinine, and Cockle's pills, the latter a most invaluable medicine, and one winch 1 have used 011 the natives t-t Central Africa with the greatest possible success. In fact, the marvellous effects pro- duced upon the mind and body of an Arab Sheik, who was lmpervi us to all native medicines, when 1 administered to him live COCKLE'S PILLS will never fade from my tiic-mory and a friend of mine. passed through the sime district many montI!s idterwar informed me that my fame PS a medicine man had not di out, but that the marvellous care was even then a them conversation in the bazaar." SEE BURNABY'S RIDE TO KHIVA, Page H. QOCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS In use among all classes of Society • SEVENTY-SEVEN YEARS. May be had throughout the United Kingdom, In Loses at Is. Ud., 2s. 9d„ 4s. 6d., and Us. Ill, NEW O R M O X D STREET, LONDON L1072 TH1-; A ITEXnOX OF LADIES IS CALLED, THE ATTEN1TO.V OF LADIES IS CALLED. 111E A Till XTTOX O F LADIES IS CALLED I HE attention of Ladies is called to the wonderful I efficacy of KEAIISLEY'S WIDOW WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS, which have been proved by thousands I annually for many year pi) titto be the most effectual remedy f ,r that complaint to which fe,uales are liable—lie.idaelie. Gid liness. Nervous Depression, Pallor of 1 he Lips, and general debility of the system, often accompanied by palpitation of the Heart. The most obstinate cases (of appireuUy eon- tinned invalids) have yielded to a course of tliesc Pdls. Sold by all ehe nist.s, in Boxes at 2s. «d. Wrapped in W HITE Paner. He sure ta usk for KEARSLK Y\S," and e,, you get them, as sometimes a spurious article is oiiered. By post for 34 stamps, of Sanger & Swiis, 15, Oxford-street, Loudon- L7;)2 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B ^TPILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex. acquired or constitutional Grave* and Pains in the Back —Sold in Boxes. 4s. t)d. each bj all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors or sent; o any address for 60 Stamps, by the Maker, F. J. CL.VRKE. Consulting Chemise, ^High-street, Lincoln.—Wholesale Agents, BAKCLAT & SONS, London, and all the Whole- sale House. Newport (Mon), J. YOUNG Chemist; E. M < THOMAS, 121, Commercial-strert; G. Price, LN7, Com- mercial-street JAMES EDMO ;ds, 5, Hi"h-street, and j PAINE, 3, Commercial-street, Ibbw Vale I. P. Jones
PICKINGS FROM PUNOH. RUSSIA'S MOST FORMIDABLE FOEs.-In the camp: General Corruption. In the field: Winter Pasha. GENTLE IRONY.—Impatient driver (to conductor who is waiting for his fare), "Now then, Bill I 'avin' the old 'bus photergrarfed, hay." OuR COUNTRYMEN ABROAD. Ulloa, Garcong, here you are! Dayjernay, se voo play ?" "Yes sare! Vat vill vou 'ave sare?" Oh oofs!" Yes, sare! Oeufs a la Coque, sare!" "Oh, hang! hang it! Hen's eggs for me, please! 0 A DUBLIN DIALOGUE.—First Pat: A cheer for Gladstone is it? Anny thrue Irish paythriot 'ud curse his name.—Second Pat: Arrah Why, now?—First Pat: Sorra 'the man livin' has done so much to deprive us iv our grievances. A MODERN ATHENIAN.—Southern tourist (in Edinburgh): "Can you direct me to the Royal Institution?" Native (vacant stare): "What est?"—Tourist (giving a clue): "Pictures, you know-statues-and"-Native (after much ,,Oo 11 thought) Oo-et's the stukky figgars-yo mean! "(pointing)" yen's et!" A STRANGE EFFECT OF SEA AlR.—MrS. Jones, Dear me, Mr. Brown, I thought you were at the sea-side, with Mrs. Brown and the children! How are they ?" Brown (who had evidently been lunching at his club): "Fam'ly sliwell, bur ah durro wharitesh theresh shomethin' i' the air doshllt slieem t' shuit me! Allays feel owraslioitsh afer dinner. P'raps fsh diet—p'rapsh—durro!" [Mrs. J. had by this time discovered his condition and makes off hastily). BENEATH THE LOWEST DEEP A LOWER DEEP. Says Sir Wilfrirl to the Marshal, Our worse your bad I'll fit to. You've a Republican Government, But we've a publican ditto." THE ARGUMENT A MINORI. ,For the consideration of Macdonald, M.P.) So you suggest that they our coals that quarry Should shorten shifts to raise black diamonds price? But if so, why should other workers tarry Each in his craft to follow your advice? Till soon hauled o'er the coals like spark and stubble, Over-production's doctrine goes aheac1, A.nd all trades work half-time and come down double For beef and beer, for house, and clothes, and bread! _——————
LORD HARTINGTON'S LEADERSHIP. (From the Daily New*.) It has always been felt on both sides of the House of Commons that Lord Hartington assumed bhe leadership of the Liberal party there under peculiar and almost unprecedented disadvantages. When Mr. Disraeli was prevailed upon to under- take a similar task for the Conservatives, he had indeed to lead a discouraged and disorganised body. But he was far superior in intellect, political tact, and parliamentary debating power to his pre- decessor, Lord George Bentinck. Lord Harting- ton was invited to lead a party likewise suffering under defeat and discouragement, and he was oalled upon to succeed the greatest statesman and the greatest parliamentary orator of our time. Considering the amount of talking which has to be done by a leader of Opposition in the House of Commons, it is not too much to say that there is not a man living who would not have been an anti- climax if he had to succeed Mr. Gladstone. It is felt on all sides that Lord Hartington got through the duties imposed upon him with remarkable good sense, skill, and success, even when he was newer to them, and even when the sense of con- trast was fresher to the House of Commons, than at present. Some feeling of this kind naturally and properly enters into the estimate which Glasgow as well as the rest of the country forms of Lord Hartington's public career. Lord Hartington on Monday observed that the fact of a man's being able to rise in this country to high political place from the lowliest birth is one reason why another man is regarded without jealousy even though he has come"to the high place chiefly by the accident of birth. The remark is quite true, but it is true also that the absence of such jealousy is to be ascribed in part to the common recognition of the fact that, no matter what a man's birth, he could not now continue to lead a purty in the House of Commons if he did not prove himself equal to tho real duties of the place. Lord Hartington has thus far justified the choice of his party. We do not know whether it would be fair to expect of any party leader now such utter devotion as that of Lord George Bentinck, who, accord- ing to his friend and biographer, never could be induced to eat his dinner until the House had ad journed for the night. Such self-tormenting and literal fidelity to the routine of duty is hardly to be asked or desired. But the work of leadership ia at the best and of necessity exacting. It uo- mands much denial of self and constallt nights of long labour. He who gives up for it an easy and pleasant existence, and faithfully tries to dis- charge its responsible duties, deserves assuredly the praise of both political parties, and the thanks I jf the impartial public.
Madame Patti is to appear nine times at La Scala, in Milan, and is to receive SOOCf. ( £ ^20) for each performance. She next goes to Venice, where she has been engaged to give four performances at the same high rate. DKATH OF A LADY FROM INHALING ETHEP. — An extraordinary death from the medical ad- ministration of ether was investigated by the Lincoln Coroner on Tuesday evening. Miss Annie Elizabeth Steele, daughter of the late Capt. Steele, 10th Lancers, was about to undergo an operation for cancer in the breast. Half an ounce of ether was applied in an inhaler by Dr. Mitchinson. After drawing three or four inspirations the unfortunate lady expired, notwithstanding that every effort was'made by the three medical men present to restore consciousness by cold water and lubricants. A post-mortem examination showed that death had resulted from failure of the heart's action and the diseased condition of the lungs and diaphragm. AI.R,EN);:N FELONY BY A COMMISSION AGENT.— At the Bristol Police-court, on Monday, John Crawshaw, travelling commission agent, living at St. Paul's road, London, was charged with steal- ing three cheques, of the value of £ 10 and up- wards, the property of Mr. Edward Riley, flag and banner mauufacturer, Provident street Mill, Leeds. The cheques were forwarded by prose- cutor's wife to the Waverley Hotel, Victoria street, and the letter containing them was placed upon the mantel-shelf of the commercial room. The prisoner had called at the hotel several times asking for a Mr. Wilson," but the letter was not missed until Mr. Riley returned home, when he caused inquiries to be made, which led to the pri- SOller s apprehension, it having been ascertained that he had purchased watches at Sir J. Bennett's, Cheapside. London, and paid for them with the missing cheques. Police-sergeant McCrae, of the Gloucestershire police, apprehended the accused at Cheltenham, and found upon him a letter from Sir John Bennett's, acknowledging the receipt of the cheques in payment for the watches. The prisoner said he did not steal the cheques, but he admitted receiving them knowing them to have been stolen. He was remanded for a week. Lord Wolverton addressed a meeting of the Shaftesbury Agricultural Society on Wednesday, Oct. aist, and made a speech, in which he expressed his belief in au early return of the Liberals to office.
ROBERTS AND LYDDON. STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, 17, CHURCH-STREET AND VIENNA CHAMBERS, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. CARDIFF & NEWPORT STOCK & SHARE LIST. RAILWAYS. QUOTAIIONS. jtock—Caledonian loo I2.'ii 124 u -Great Eastern luo 4tH 48 u —Great Western 100 .Olt 102 —London, Brighton, & South Ooist 100 124 125i -London, Chatham, and Dover 100 24J 22J „ —Metropolitan 100 115j llti —Miulaud iuu 124| 12»i „ —.Monmouthshire Railway and Canal 100 153 154 -:North British, lt)0 92 ti21 -North Eastern 100 153 154 —Rhymney 1'JO Ill 118 50—Severn and Wye Railway and Canal 50 14 16 Hock—Tail Vale 100 21i 217 PREFERENCE. Hock-Great Western Rent Charge 100 125 126 —Ditto Consolidated Guaran- teed 100 121 1'3 —Ditto Consolidated Prefer tnce 100 l^li 122J —Monmouthshire Railway and Canal 5 per cent. 100 118 120 12-Ditto New Convertible l>&0 5 10. lit Stock—Rhymney a per cent. guar- anteed 100 120 122 —Ditto (! per cent. 1861 !00 140 142 „ —Ditto 5 per cent. 1861 100 113 115 —Ditto 5 per cent. l»6t .m 10 112 114 —Ditto 6 per cent. i8d4 100 131 136 —Ditto o per cent. 1861 100 110i 1114 I „ —Ditte 5 per cent. lStji 109 110i lilt 10-Ditto 5 per ceilt. 1873 10. 10J It 20-Severn and Wye Railway and Canal 4j per cent. 20 15 17 10-Ditto ditto 5 per 1 ent 10. a 7 itock-Tall Vale Preference No. 1. l 'O 215 217 „ —Di'.tJ 4t per cent. 100 110 112 „ —Ditto 5 per cent. 100 122 121 GUARANTEED AND LEASED. SO—Aberdttre.lOpercent.. 5J 119 121 Ze—Celeiord, Monmouth, Usk, and Fonty-pool 30 22J 231 Stock—Dare Valley, a percent. 100 121 123 „ -Hereford, Hay, and urecon 100 03 94 „ —Llanell.v Railway and Dock IOU 13S 140 —Ditto oitto "A "Preference 100 139 140 „ —Llantrissant and Tall Vale 5 percent. 1C0 122 1241 —Llynvi and Ogmore, 6 per cent. 100 136 138 -Ditto 5 per cent. 100 119 120 20-Ditto it per cent. 20 100—Petiartli Harbour,Dock and Railway 100 112 115 BANKS. „ 100-Glamorg-:mshire 100 188 193 iO-Ditto Now 10 19 19}.. 10—London and Provincial Limited 5 12* 12J pm 50—NationalProvincial of Eng- land 21 89 91 2C— Ditto ditto 12 52 54 20— Ditto ditto New 10 29 30 pm it)-Nortli and South Wales 10. 28 30 20—Swansea 7 9» 9ir pm 20—West of England ai d South Wales District 15 25# 25f COAL AND IRON. 10-Cardiff & bwansea Colliery Limited 9 1 14 5—Crown Preserved coal, 1 1). Limited 5 1 1? 32—Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, and Coal,Limited 29 8 10 dis 20—Great Western Colliery, Limited 20 3 3J £ 0—Llynvi, Tendu, and Ogmore Coal and Iron Limited. 50. Gi 6t 100—Nant.vglo and Blama Iron Works, Preferential Limited 100 17 19 lr—Newport and • Abercarn Colliery, Limited 10 3i 50—Rhonddu Merthyr Colliery, Limited 50 10 15 25- Ditto ditto "B" 20 3 S 0^1—Rhymney Iron Limited 50 19 21 15— Ditto New 15 6J 6 25-South Wales Colliery 21 6 7 .,o-Tredegnr Iron and Coal, Limited "A" .20. 10 12 dis 25- Ditto ditto "B" 25 20 23 MISCELLANEOUS. Stock-Anglo American Telegi*aph 100 50i 57 10—Bristol and South Wales Railway WagonLimited 4 7t 7i 20-Bristol Wagon Works, Limited 10. 2.11 '2J-pm 20— Ditto New 2 t i pm 8fc>ck—~Cardiff Gas. CJaHt "A" 100 3CO 205 — Ditto "B"m).lCO 115 23— Ditto 25 36 37 25— Ditto 2 2 3pm lltock- Ditto Waterworks 10 ) 230 232 „—' Ditto t860 100 1.39 161 10— Ditto New 4 8i 9 pm 25-CardilI Hotel, Limited 25 15i lfij 10—Gloucester Wagon, Limited 10. lot 11 10— Ditto 5th issue 5 1 li 10-Llmvi Valley Gus 10 14i Stock—Newport Gas, ClAss A" HO— 198 2uO Stock— Ditto B" 100 148 150 20— Ditto New "C 12 16 18 pm H.—Newport and Pillijwsnlly atcr orks 10. 17 13 10— Ditto ditto New 7 it li 5—Newport Tramways, Limi- ted tS. 21 S 25—SwanseaGas 25 3a 37 10- Ditto Wagon, Limited. 10 2 3 10—Western Wagon,Limited. 10 3 4 10—Ystrad Gas and Water 10. 22 23 Bank rate 5 per cent. since Oct. 11th, 1877.
RATE OF FREIGHTS FOR THE WEEK" t.e. a. d. Alexandretta. Lisbon .80 Alexandria Madras (Egypt) 11 6 I Maranhom 16 0 Alicante 18 6 Montevideo. 21 0 Algiers. Martinique 11 0 Athens Marseilles 15 frs Ancona 13 0 Malaga 11 0 11 ( Ascension Mauritius Aden Malta Raliia 18 0 Measina 11 0 Bona. Maderia 9 0 Buenos Ayres.. 21 6 22 0 Mataro 160 Beyroutl. Montreal Riemhaven New York Bombay. 18 0 Nantes Bermuda Odessa Barcelona 15 0 15 6 Palmero 11 0 Callao Pernambuco 17 U Caldera 18 0 Prombino Coquimbo Quebec Cadiz 9 0 9 6 Rio Janeiro 21 0 Constantinople. 15 0 Rosas Cape de Verde 9 0 Reggio Cape of Gooil Riga Hope 22 0 River Plate 24 0 Calcutta. Rouen. Cagliari Rio Grande 35 0 Cronstadt St. Thomris 10 6 Ceylon. 20 0 San Francisco.. Corfu Smyrna 130 Copenhagen 8 6 Syra 11 0 Dieppe Salonica 11 0 Denia St. Paul de Lo- FernantioPo. ando Gibraltar 9 0 Sierra Leone Genoa 13 0 Spezzia Grenada Singapore 19 0 Halifax St. Petersburg Haranna 10 0 Seville 100 Havre Tairagona 140 Hong Kong Taranto 13 0 Helsingfors. Trieste Jamaica 10 0 Teneriffe' Kertch Vi^o Konigsberg Venice 13 0 King George's Valentia. Sound Villan aura 15 0