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Mllt ALEsxx.ND DV¢IDS·JN.---The namo of another old solonist appears in our obituary columns of this day--= lMr Alexander Davidson, of \Wando Villa, South Portland, who died on the 17th inst. at 'the 'ripe age of 72 years. Theo deceased had by patient industry and perseverance acquirod considerable wealth as a squattdr on the Satiti'a station, near Casterton, a portion of whiohi was expended, in a villa resi dbnco at SouthlPortland, to which the decoased rotired abolit 1865, wheore he has lived since, without umuloh ostenta tion, on the fruits of his industry. Tihe deoased was for many years p:at a member and ipatron of the Wesloyau Church here, and it is not long ,inee he gave £100. as a donation' to. true the chairch' rom a dolt 'eo.traoted during the. lifeotito. "of the late Rev. F. Tuokfield. T'he decoased was a nian of' quiet uaninors, unassumig, charitable til his own way, and disposed to do soeine good astnongst his uicighbours, Imanyy of whomI will dteply lahuuet his loss. Mr Da vidson leaves a wido.v Lute no family to deplore his loss. Some years since the deceased had selected his burial ground in the outh cetnetry ; the grounud is suitably uenclosed with an iron railing, and a headstote ready for the tutune, and date of his dea:h. \We learn that his widow is to einjoy his real estate and chattel property during life, at her death the whole to be sold and divided .atoitiist his relatives, in accordance with minute dlirontins set dowt in his will. 'The funeiral leaves at 2 p.mn. on Thursday the 20:h inst. Goon TE?MPLAtims.-Tho anniversary tea of the Peace and Unity Lodge of Good Templars is announced for Friday next, the 21st inst., in the loge room, 'Tyers-street. Tickets of adamission cant e had fi'ollr any of the unetmbers, or froru Mr F'dwitPl'. 11. (Hill, the W.O.T. Polae CountT.-OtI Saturday, be-. .fore the .ayor and W. Curney, lEsq.. J.P., John Edwards was brought up for vagrancy, and sentenced to six months in Ul.1. Gaol with hard labor. IT Is TOO MUCh TILE PFAlISION to treat nervous ailuenlts with contemptt. 'Thec are ills as real as cholera or stmall pox, though not so dangerous. The bes' knownl remedy for all eomplaints of this cl;ass is UDor.LPno WOLVE'S SCIIIe:DL ARoMATIC SCIINAPI'5. No nervous sufferer of either sex over tried a course of this agreeable and wholesome stimulant without being thankful. To the sickly it gives appetite, to the emaci ated leshi, to the weak strength, to the despudtltint cheerfulness, and to all who suffer front indigestion or venal diseases a happy issue out of their troubles.