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jit C gyftnrlotte ftsmrey.
" UyDAYfAHilL 2.4881. , t
witlkos!iy ftaruch-Bargaln Counter.
f'pLutti 4 Bro- Spring Goods.
t Moier-to Prices Our Motto.
cbSmonwealth April Distribution.
own Bouse "Alvln Jpsila"
V'w 4 J J. Adams-Charge ot Business
a b' Davidson To Bent.
Sraclt Found-Apply at This Office.
fiction. Pioneer ' ' ' ' ' ' - .
Alexander & Harris-Spring Goods.
rnnso Man's -Chkistiah AsoooiaTiOh Devo
tional exercises la afternoon at .5 o'clock.
m PrrxB's CAtHdLio Chubch. -Services in th
nrnine ut 10ft o'clock, and In tbe atjernoon
S s o'cfock. by Rev. L, P. O'ConnelL
rkcokd Presbyterian Church. Sei vices lt
.h niorulug at Jl o'clock, and In the evening at 7
by Bev. N.' M Wi-ods. pastor. bunW
ffil at 4 o'clock. , ' ... .
piPTifiT Chubch. Services In the morning at
1 1 o'clock, and In the evening at 7Vfr o'clock, by
the Be - F- Ungorj, pastor. Sunday school at
ou, o'clock a. n.
4SHOCIATB Reformed Presbttebiam Chapel.
aaVM in he morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In tbe
inning at 7, by Kev. W. T. Wa.lr, pastor. 8un-
school at 1 0 o'clock.'
st Peter's Episcopal Church. Services In
th morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the evening at
iit o'clock, oy Rev. J. B. Cheshire, Hector. Bun
diij school Kt 4 o'clock n the afternoon,
calvart Mission Church (Mkthodist.) 8er
Hrps In the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the
veiling at 1V by the pastor. Kev. J. W. Wheeler,
eumiiiy school at a. m. Class Meeting at
4 P- m-
Kii'ST Peksbttkkhs Chcrcti -Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock and In the evening at 7
hi Kev Dr. A W. Miller, pastor Sunday school
at avi o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing ai 7 'clock. 5 : . -
Trton Street (t E.) CaoBdH. Services In the
morniwt at 11 o'clock, and In the evening at 7 V
o'clock by Rev. J.,T. Bagwell, pastor. Sunday
"chool at 8V o'clock. Prayer meeting at
Wednesday evening. -
Coi ored Prksbytkrjah Church. Services In
the afternoon at 3 o'clock and In the evening at
7i hv Rev. Mr. Wycho, pastor.. Sunday school at
1 iVclock a m.
I'rematnre Low of Hair
May be entirely prevented by use of BUR
NETTS OOCOAINS. No other compound pos
sesses the peculiar properties which so exactly
suit the various conditions ot tl uuinan hair. It
softens the hair when harsh and dry. It soothes
the Irritated scalp. It affords the T;ches lustre. It
prevents the hair from Tallin off. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It Is not greasy nor
sticky. It leaves. W disagreeable odor. It kills
Burnett's Flavoring Zxtrac are knwn to be the
Cmii plicated IHarfte 4
A prominent gentleman In Cerro Hordo county,
Ioa, writes us that he finds Kidney-Wort to be
the best remedy he ever knew for a complication
uf diseases. It Is tbe specific action which It haft
on tbe liver, kidneys and bowels, which gives It
such curative power, an'i It Is the thousands uf
cures which It 1 performing which gives It Its
great celeMlty. Llquld-(very cor. cent rated) or dry,
both ac: efflclentty. N. H Journal and Courier.
Bedford alum Aim Iron Sprih&s Water and
Mass. The great tonic and alterative contains
twice as much Iron and fifty per cent, more alum
inum than any "alum and Iron mass" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
general. Sold by all druggists of any standing.
Prices reduced one half.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economlca
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of km test, short
welgnt, a urn or phosphate powders. Sold only In
cans. BOYAL BAKING POWDEB UO.,
nov23 New York.
Le oy Daon., Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C
WE AREtNOW OPENING OUR NEW
Spring and Summer Styles
UTT T" -TTWTTT"r
Including all the latest novelties
lu the MILLINERY LINE.
In all the ne styles, colors and qualities.
Also, all tbe new styles and qualities of LACES,
embracing White .Goods. Neck Wtar, Ho-lery
Parasols, ku, the LAkffKST anfl M08T
Our Pattern Hats' and Bonnets
Whan we will be pleased to show the Ladles the
iBANDKST pn&LAT of FiNB miixInxby
they have ever seen la this oltr.
Mik P. Query.
l i ; ' I
lfl II nr rv A ; Yj ft
fiiii n rrr -n -r- ttt r . -
ON HAND i
I'- A !S TSTiN" A,M S,
r., Ji. POWM.LU
frat feoard of AlderhS of the City of Charlotte
SiS SsM 'S ant a Teompetont
'(8'roet) Knglheer: Also Wd lor furnishing
. Wone, both rough and dressed, and Hard Burnt
nmina . wun w mane tne same. Auaress
"2 lw . 8. dswolfjb. Mayor.
' ' - ' i,-.
' tTo day is Palm Sunday.
t3F" Messrs. L. Berw anger & Bro
i clothiers' come to the front thWmorn-
idg with an advertisement descriptive
of their new Btock of goods. See first
t In Charlotte gas is charge for
at the rate of $5 per 1,000 feet; in Hud
dersfield, England, the people are bom
barding the newspapers because the
gja men charge 66 cents per thousand.
tQf The managers of the Opera house
here contemplate opening a- branch
office in Concord, for the sale of tickets,
for the convenience of the many resi
dents there who are in the habit of vis
iting Charlotte when we have good
companies on the boards of the house
The enly case before tbe Mayor yes
terday morning was that of Jeff Smith
and Green Miller, both colored, who en
gaged in a lively fight the previous eve
ning. They had to pay for this little
pastime 05 and cost each.
Fire at Moore sville.
As the people of Mooresville Were as
sembling for religious services at the
Presbyterian church in Mooresville
night before last, about half-past seven
o'clock, fire was discovered issuing from
Leazar's Academy, near the church.
The alarm was instantly given, and in
a few minutes the fire was subdued by
the aid of buckets, water and ladders,
The fire is supposed to have been the
work of an incendiary, as no fire had
been made in the stove since 12 m.
A Restive Rogue Arrested.
Last night, about 9 o'clock, Policemen
Farrington & Healey had their atten
tion drawn to the actions of Geo. Wal
ker, a mulatto man, and stepping into
the store of Mr. Stacey, East Trade
street, they caught George in the act of
helping himself to a quantity of flour
and onions. On their inviting him to
accompany them across the way, George
objected, and wildly scattering his booty
in various directions, he put himself in
a fighting attitude, and in strong lan
guage declared he wouldn't be arrested.
He became so very violent that the
police had a very exciting time in secur
ing him, using their billies pretty freely
in the fight. Eventually George was
Attention is directed this morning to
the dental notice of Drs. Alexander &
Alexander, father and son. The senior
member of the firm lias been in
the harness for many years, . and
needs no introduction to the read
ers of T,iie Observer. Tlie young
er has just graduated with honors at the
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery,
under the especial supervision of Dr. R.
B. Winder, and now hangs out his shin
gle, confident of his ability to gratify
any reasonable patient. They have just
fitted up an elegant offia over Ber wan
der's clothing store, and it has been
furnished with the newest and latest
improvements in dental appliances.
Sad Accident Owing to the Condition
ol the Roads.
Last evening an unfortunate accident
happened to Mr. Wm. Caldwell, an es
teemed citizin of this county. Mr.
Caldwell was returning from Charlotte
to hi3 home at Stonewall Station about
nine miles from this city, on the Atla
tic, Tennessee and Ohio railroad, his
wagon being laden with a bale of hay,
and other produce. "When about a mile
and it half from Charlotte the wagon
ran into a rut, and Mr. Caldwell, who
was sitting on the bale of hay, was
pitched back w;ird and fell heavily on
his head and shoulders, being knocked
insensible. He wa3 carried into the
cabin of a colored man on the road
side, and attended by Dr. McCombs.
Though no bones were broken Mr.
Caldwell was .ut first thought to be
seriously injured, but later his condi
tion appeared more favorable tban at
first anticipated. Such a fall is a very
serious matter, especially as the injured
gentleman is about 65 years of age.
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday.
Ckntral Hotel. M E Crowell, G
W Barnes, Matthews, NC; JW Pome-
roy, Jacksonville, Fla; B F Welsh and
wife, Lancaster, S C ; J E Eastes, In
dianapolis, Ind; J A Ho3kins, Wash
ington, DC; Dr M Chambers, NC; J
W Oliver, Atlanta, Ga; Z M Neel, R H
Adams, Gastonia; A W Prather, Au
gusta, Ga ; D A Jenkins, Gaston county,
NC; 0 C Moore.. Virginia Midland
Railway; W A Hudson. Monroe. N C
R Bagby, W J Orr, Va; S C Johnston,
Copper Mine; Oren Williams, David
son College; F C Ferguson, Greenville,
SC; R Smith, Lowell; C H Watkins,
Chas E Smith, W L Wheelwright, D B
Mills, Jr, Richmond, Va; Geo T Jack
son, Mrs. Geo T Jackson, John T Little,
E W Hotchkiss, Wm V Walsh, J W
Sicrest, New York ; A P Surer. W A
Hoke, Judge D Schenck, Lincolnton, N
C: A L ADdersoD, R Musg Neilson,
Frank Whaler, Baltimore, Mfl.
Charlotte Hotel. Samuel Big
ham, Matthews, N. C; Vance Sted,
man. P ProrBt. Atlanta, Ga; J J or-
mand, Jr., Gaston county; W H Os
iborne, Arkansas; J R Wallace, Cabar
rus county ; R A Brady, N J bherrill,
Davidson College; J S Thompson, Mt
Mourne; W J Nimick, Abingdon, Va;
W A Alexander, Hopewell; R L Alex
ander, Huntersville; -N .1, MCJNane,
Lancaster ; E TWade, Norfolk Va;. D
0 Patterson, Cleveland county; Mrs
j f t 1 Inn m n t flpAllIn A
JJCMie snie WuBm
iss ; S J Brown, Mooresville ; A Sport-
ner. Wilmington; ST Bevendge, ucn
mond, Va; AF nambright, Whitaker,
S C ; T H Hoover. Washington, I) U ;
E Pierce, T E Rioe, Hagerstown, Ma;
S N Buchanan, Lumberton, N C ; T G
Reynolds, 8 Y Yandles, New York;
Tniin T Mrdra.iWm T Carter. RHM
IV - J-l " '
ITAA. I .nlca&TO . QaUUCl IV iauciim,
i rnn hub muuunMui vt vii
Montgomery, Thoa .Montgomery, sum
mer ville.SC; H J Steele, Jersey City. r
Metropolitan Hoteiv-a u jonn-
aon, J G Astor, Washington; J H Craig,
Gastonia;. J M Lineberger, j-roweu, a.
n vv J To'rrence.- Crowdert Creek, N
C: 0 WIosley, Washington j BMLan-
neau, A Matusoni u vxcw
P Jennings, Atlanta ;S"WBeed, Own
1 ty . g L EarL Augusta John Williams,
I q lrirAni TlnAvtlt 'Tf ' OiWJ
I Ga ; S N McGinn, lJine.VU fl
i n ptnhmnnd
1 Wrr, Kicnmona.
For Sanday Beadiag.
' At the Baptist Sandfly school con
vention which met in Raleigh Toes
day, among those in attendance we
noticed the names of R. D. Graham,
Seeretaxy, and T. M. Pitman, Es'rs of
Considerable religious interest has
been manifested by the members of the
congregation of the Baptist church, this
city, and we learn that special services
will be held on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday nights of this week. The
regular Services to-day will be conduct
ed by the pastor. Rev. O. F. Gregory.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. . Liddell have
tendered Rev. O. F. Gregory, the new
pastor of the Baptist church, and his
wife a reception next Tuesday from 2
p. m. till 9 p.m. It is understood that
no cards will be issued, but that all
persons without regard to religious de
nomination, desiring to make the ac
quaintance of the minister and his wife
will be cordially received.
We are requested to make the an
nouncement that in connection withEb
eneezer Baptist church,(col.) 50 persons
will be baptized in a pool in the lo
cality, at-about two o'clock this after
noon, Zuck Horton officiating on the in
The Wilmington Star says: Bishop
Lyman, Gen. Cox and Mr. R. H. Bat
tle, Jr., constituting the committee to
hold property for the Episcopal Dio
cease f North Carolina, have recently
executed to the trustees of the several
Episcopal congregations in this city a
conveyance and surrender of the house
and lot and premises in Wilmington
lately occupied by Bishop Atkinson,
and known as the Episcopal Residence.
It seems, when the property was origi
nally purchased, it was provided in the
deed that when it ceased to be used as
a permanent residence by the Bishop of
the Diocease and his family, it should
be conveyed to the trustees of the sev
eral congregations then in existence in
Wilmington. It is understood that
the residence willAe held and kept in
repair so as to be in readiness for oc
cupancy in case tnere snouid arise a
necessity for its use in accordance with
the design of the original purchasers.
The Philadelphia, Record, a journal
of the staunchest Protestant proclivi
ties, pays the following glowing compli
ment to the Catholic church, in an edi
torial on the political surroundings .of
the Pope. It says:
Thousands of liberal and enlightened
Protestants throughont the world look
upon the Roman Catholic church as
after all, the great fortress of the Chris
tian faith. Every well informed and
candid student of history acknowledges
that the Papacy, notwithstanding its
occasional errors of administration in
secular affairs, was the one great har
monizing and civilizing agency in
urope during the middle ages. It re
strained the reckless tyranny of kings,
militated the harshness cf irrepressible
autocracy, defended right against !
might, and interposed the spiritual
power of conscience and religion again
and again in behalf of international
equity and the rights of man. Under
its benignant influence the principles
of just and humane government were
rightly wrought out, so that the merci
ful civilization which is to-day our
heritage was in a great part its gift.
Without it Europe would have lapsed
into barbarism and Christianity would
nave been a failure.
Shocking Discovery Probable Infanti
Considerable excitement was caused
in the city yesterday by a report that
the bodies of two infants had been
found about the platform of the Carc-
ina Central Railroad. At first, howev
er, most people were inclined to disbe-
ieve the report, thinking tt merely an
April fools' day hoax; but on inquiry
it was found that there was only too
much truth in the matter. The bodies
of two newly-born children had been
found half buried under the Carolina
Central platform, and there they lay
covered over by a piece of bagging, in
charge of a guard placed over them by
officer McNinch, awaiting the arrival of
the coroner, who was absent in the coun
try. The place was surrounded by a
crowd, chiefly colored persons, during
the greater part of the day.
Late, in the afternoon, Coroner Alex
ander arrived, summoned a jury, and
opened an inquest. After the jury had
viewed the bodies, they were taken
charge of by Dr. Wilder, county physi
cian, and Dr. O'Donoghue.for post mor
tem examination. The j ury proceeded
to the court house, where after being
charged by the coroner, they took the
statement of W F. Williams, telegraph
operator, who deposed that about nine
o'clock in the morning, happening to be
near the Carolina Central platform, he
noticed something which he at first took
to be the remains of a dead cat or dog.
Looking at it more closely, be found it
to be the bodies, of two babies, appar
ently newly born. He called the atten
tion of a colored man named Grandi
son to his shocking discovery, and then
immediately went and reported the
matter to the mayor, wh was then
holding his court.
This was all the evidence of im.po
ance, and the jury shortly afterwards
adjourned until 9 o'olook this morning.
when the inquiry will do resumea.
We subsequently learned from the
medical gentlemen that the bodies were
those of male infants, mulattoes, and
that they were born alive oafl of them
showed signs of strangulation, and also
was much bruised about the head, as if
hvhlnwa. leavintr it beyond a doubt
that the children have been murdered.
The police are actively engaged in in
vestigating the fearful crime, and are
confident that they will soon trace the
matter to its source. afi ww wmD
inal to, ffljwey toy the wicked deed.
The Mad" if WWi
The mayor yesterday morning issued
orders to severoljparties whose dogs had
rBn hltten bv the rabid animal on
Tuesday last, to have their dpgs killed,
and referred them to the section of the
law dealing with such cases. The police
w&h nsto point out that it is the duty of
every person, who knows orhas: reason
fAhaiuva tharnnv do? has been bitten
by an animal affected with rabies, to re
port such cases to the mayor or chief of
police, who will take proper action to the
xnawierior vuo piuiicvuivi jruvuw.
1 8ome weaks back BankfrBtyce. acol
oredTman was fined for an assault on a
colored - girl named Wiggins living . in
Logtownv the girl receiving a cut on
the side of her head. The wound healed
and was thought , to be ot little conse
quence, - Yesterday.: evening, the. girl
while near her dwelling suddenly fell
down, and neighbors running tp her as
sistance found her helpless and bleed
ing most prof usely from the, old cut
which had re-opened. She was reported,
as being in a very critical situation late
I. O. O. F. Consolidation of Two
The Mecklenburg Declaration Lodge
No. 0, and Charlotte Lodge No. 88, met
on Friday night for consolidation, elec
tion and (installation of officers for the
remainder of the current term. The
joint lodge will be known by the former
of the two titles mentioned. The fol
lowing Is the list of officers: N.G,
Thos. Led well;- V. G C. T. Walker;
S H. D. Duckworth; F. S G. B. Naza
renns; T, R. Brewer; P. G J. A. Bix
by; O. G , J. H.Thore; L G, W. E.
Pickard; W., R. C. McCracken; G.R.
F. Huneycutt; R.S.N.G..L. J. Kirk;
L. S. N. G., G. JEU Jenkins; R. S. N. G.
W. B. Overby; L.S.V.G., J. W. Gar
rett; R. S. S jl. C, Worthen; L. S. &,
G. Beckton; Chaplain, G. T. Etheridge,
Salclie ait Dyspepsia.
A most remarkable cure for dyspepsia, "Well's
Health Benewer." The greatest tonic, beet bu
llous and liver remedy known. SI at druggists.
Depot, J. EL McAden, Charlotte, N. C
Don't be Alarmed
at Brlght's Weease, Diabetes, or any disease of the
kidneys, liver or urinary wgans, as Hop Bitters
will cercalnly and lastingly eure you, and It is the
only thing that will.
Brlght's Disease of tbe Kidneys, Dia
No danger from these diseases If yon use Hop
Bitters; besides, being; the beat family medicine
ever made. Trust no other.
THB best residence on Church
street, within two minutes
walk of the Public Square. Also
one-half Interest In two Brick
linages on mint street, and one
Horse, Buggy and Harness. Apply to
marSO tf A. ft CRXSWXLL.
DB. A. W. ATJSX4NDEH.
DR O. L ALEXAMSXB.
OHARt,OXXE, N. C
Office on Trade street
Over L. Berwangerft
Bro's clothing store.
Office hours f om 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. iJ
ALL persons Indebted to ns will please make
settlement at once, as we lntendfor the pres
ent, to dlscot-tlnue our meat market and engage
In another line of business. -
apr2 tf J. W. & i. J. ADAM&
TWO front rooms on second floor over Traders'
National Banks. Also, a fear room cottage on
Ninth street, handsome grove, with kitchen and
good garden. Apply to
aprz xw a. ty da v maun.
Tn"lTTATT"V ... A child's Gold Bracelet,
rUUiN XJm which will be returned to
owner upon payment of 66 cents to finder, and
charges for this advertisement
aprz it this uriuuit.
TBE companies composing the Charlotte Fire
Department are hereby ordered to assemble
st their respective engine and truck bouses, in full
uniform, on Wednesday evening, at 4i o'clock,
sharp, lor annual inspection. By oraer
u. r. uAuiuttun, umei.
B. T. HuHZTCtrrr, Secretary.
YOU are hereby notified to attend tbe regn'ar
monthly meeting ot your eomnany.at Pioneer
Hall, Tuesday evening next, at 7i o'clock, sharp.
Xveiy member Is requested to be present. Date
gates will be appointed and Instructed whom to east
their vote for for Chief, and other important busi
ness will be transacted. Byorder
vT K. cuLPKrJrctt, tTeswenv.
W. B. KnT, Secretary.
-POfULAB MONTHLY DRAWINQ OF E&-
to, the ttty of Louisville, on
SATURDAY, APRIL 2&th, 1882.
Til rirawtnmi eocur monthly (Bundavs exoent.
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General ie
semDiy ox a-ensmaty.
The United States Oisatt Gout on Marsh 81,
rendered the foUowtng deetstooa:
1st That the Commonwealth Dlstrtbotion Obo
pany la legal.
" 3d Its drawings are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large rossrve
fond. Bead the list of prizes for the
10 Prlxea, $1,000 each.
0 ues, ouu wou,
100 Prizes. 100 each.
300 Prises, . 60,
f300 Prlxea, 20 each.
innft phtas. " 10 each... ...
0 Prtses, $300 each, JproxlxoaHoo Prtees$2,700
1,000 Prizes ......,..... -II 12y400
Whols Tlokati, 9;B1! .ckeU,$l s 37 Tickets,
65 Tickets. SlOOr
$5 and upward, by KcDress, can be sent at our ex
pense. Adareas au wwn n , , .
B. M. BOABDMAN, Courteroomal Btdid
Louisville, Ky.. or 809 Broadway Sew Tors.
OyrwwCUC Ai BATLwOAO.
r, , CWumWaa March
TBI eotrf t of tbe 2d crlitlonds of tnls
Company, which become one on tbe first ay
et April. 1882LwOi be patfl a the SadeoaiPaA
Bani.of NewYork Cl, and at the Kr
tlonal Bank, of this City. L J. C. B. SMITH,
marSl 8t Tfeasnrer.
Pioneers, Attention !
Bemlt Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or send
yVT-rtanR FoaTOJVlCX OBDZB. Orders of
-WE ABE OrFERIHQ
HEAVY GiSS. PANTS,
Our Fall Stoi Generally
WE VfA'TTHE HOOM FOR OUR
WHICH WILL BE THB
We Deferred BayiDg Until late
To Secure the Advantages in
under the advanced Sea
son, and will be able to
PAID WHILE IN MARKET.
OUB STOCK WILL JLBB1YK LUHING tbe NBXZ
ABD WX WILL HAYS A WOBD WITH. YOU,
NOT DRY GOODS DEALERSJ
WK HAY PLACXO ON OUB
. A LABQB LOT Olf
NEW 1 DESIRABLE
FULLY WORTH 50c. to be
sold without reserve, at
25c 25c 25c 25c 25c
ANOTHKB LOT OF
12ic 12Wc 121c 121&C 12e 12lc 12143
Handsome Printed Lawns,
814c 61o 6e 6Vko 64c 64o QVic ms
200 PIECES 15o
Fancy Lawns, at
10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c
ZfPHYR G iNGHSMS,
12 12c l2V4c 12. je 12i,ic 12c 12kc
Ladles, you are all Invited to examine our NSW
IN WHICH WK WILL OFFER
FOR THIS WEEK.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
OUR ENTIRE SILK STOCK.
Black and Colored Silks,
AT 60 CKKT3.
A BARE CHANCE
Is within jour reach to secure your House Linens
at Marveloualy LOW PBICES.
Tafcle Ssuaavtlc, Wbito and Colered.
Tea Clothe, Dinner Cloth, Break
fac Clothe, Tray Clothe, Dey.
llee, JVapkAna, Towel, Mar
elllee Qnllle, Carpeto,
mate, Uag, ITIaulna;,
Cocoa and Straw,
Freeh au d New
. . - s
These and their prices you must see to fully ap
preciate our efforts to please the Trade.
White Goods ! . White Goods !
. -WE HAYB
' 1 c
Kven Fabric arodoced under Gist head-NlW,
Hosiery, Gloves Notions
HA YK KOT BXKN NXQLXCTKD
and we feel satisfied that we cannot fall to please
fcTlOllMeadeif fiUhto ?AaT?.
eannol Xavox s trithaeaawtU please aeod for
semplea, wMoh wUl be troiBpy tentehedr - -
isPEeiiit WDfrioii ?m w mm.
. .; -i s.'j ':i'ii's--l& Tlx a
, u ..- -..t:Ut.
Witttowsky i Bam
The only known Specific Bemedy for Epileptic Fits
Cures Soileptio Fits, Spasms, Convulsions, 8t
Vitus Danes, Vertigo, Histerlos, Insanity, Apoplexy.
Parslysls, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and all Nerv
ous Diseases. This infallible remedy will positive
ly eradicate every epeclea of Nervous Derange
ment, and drive them away from whence they
came, never to return again. It utterly destroys
the germs of disease by neutralizing the hereditary
t'lnt or poison in the system, and thoroughly
eradicates the disease, and utterly destroys the
Cures Female Weakness, General Der-tllty. Leu
corrhcea or Whites, Painful Menstruation, Ulcera
tion of the Uterus, Internal Heat, Gravel, Inflam
mation of the Bladder, Irritability of tbe Bladder.
For Wakefulness at. night, there Is no better
remedy During the change of life n i Female
should be without it. it quiets the Nerv us system
and gives rest, comfort, and nature's sweet sleep.
SAMARITAN SERVl 3
Cures Alcoholism, Drunkenness and the habit of
Opium Eating. These degrading b-iblts are by far
the worst evllo that have ever terallen suffering
humanity. Thousands die annually frm these
noxious drugs. The drunkbrd drinks liquor not
because he likes It, but for tbe pleasure of drink
ing and treating bis irlends, uttle thinking that he
is on his road to uin. Like the opium Kater. he
first uses the drug in small qu nil lies as a harmless
antidote. The soothing luflu-nce of the drug
takes str g hold i.pon its violm, leading him on
to his o i deetiuctio'i. Thi 'abta of opium
Eating 81 Liquor Drii klng aje precisely wbnt
eating is to bilmeiittvem- s, as 'ver iting first ln
flaraes the si-im.ich wbicn redoubles its cravings
until It parizes 'oth the stomach nd appetlie.
8o eveif dr nk of Hqu r or dose of opium, Insteud
of satlsfyii-: om aad to Its fierce fires, until It
consumes levl force and then It elf. Like ih
glutonouf Hpe rm. It cries .Give, give, give!"
but never ioug) mtil its own rapacity devours
itself. 8a.d4ririi Nervine gives instant relief in
such cases It produces sleep, quiets the nerves,
builds up the nervous sj-tem, aud restores booj
and mind to a heuithr condition.
SAMARI- m NERVINE
Ci res Nervous Dysp- pia. Palpitation of the Heart.
AS' hum. Broncbitlt fcroful. . ryphllls, dlsenses
of the Kidneys and .. 1 dlsoases of the Urinary r
gans Nervous Debility, caused by the lndlscre
Hons of youth, permanently cu.d by tbe use of
this Invaluable remedy To yon, young, middle
aged, and olu men, who pre coy ring your suflVr
U gs as with a mantle by silence, look np. you can
be saved by timely efforts, and make ornaments
to society, and lewels In tbe crown of your Maker,
If you wili. Do not keep this a secret longer, until
It saps your vitals, and destroys both body and
soul. If you are thus afflicted take DR. RICH
MOND'S HAMAKITAN NERVINE It will restore
your shsttered nerves, arrest pn-inature delny and
Impart tone and energy to the whole system.
Cured my little girl cf fits. She was also r'eaf and
dumb but It cured hr. She en-- ri'w talk and
hear as well as anybody. Pe" hb hoss.
Spr ng iter, wis.
8AHRi r 1MEI Vi E
Has been the m?ans f cui-ln m
lm. J. a i etcher, 1"
SATtAWI AN NIEKVINE
Made a sure cure of a case of tits for my son.
E. B. ttoLLS, Urtttsvll;e, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo, neur.-tlgta nd sick headache
Mhs Wm. h ensok, Aurora, 111.
SA Jit It IT A I NEKVINE
Was the means of curing my wife of spa- ms.
Rev. J. a. Edib, Beaver, Pa.
Cured me f asthma, after spending over $3,000
with other doctors. 8. B. Bobson,
. New Albany, bid.
Effectually cured me of srasms.
MIS3 JENNIE WARBKN,
740 West Van Buren street, Chicago, 111.
Cured our child of fits after given ud to die by our
family phy-ldan. It having over 100 In 24 hours
iUNBr kkke, vervllla, warren county, Tenn.
Cured me of scrofula after suffering for eight
years. albbkt farpsoN, Peoria, 111.
CunH my son of fits, after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thobhton clalborn. Miss.
Cured me permanently of epileptic flls of a stub
born character. Bev. Wjl Martin,
Mechanics town, Md.
Cured my son of fits, after having had 2,500 In
eighteen months. Mrs. E. Fobss.
West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Miss Oblxna Marshall,,
Gianby, Newton county, Mo,
Haspenna ently cured me of epilepsy of many
years' dura; ion. Jacob Suteb, St. Joseph,Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
blllty. olivbr myxbs, Ironton, Ohio.
Has cured me of asthma: also scrofula of many
years' btandlng. Isaac Jxwxll, Covington, Ky.
Cured me of fts. - Have been well for over four
years. Charles E. Cubtis,
Osakla, Douglas county, Minn.
Cored a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
badly. Michaxl OtONNiK, BAdgway, Pa,
; SAMARITAN NERVINE
Has permanently cored me of epileptic flte
Datid Tbxkblt, Des Moines, Iow&r
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 years standing
Hxkbt Clabk, Fairfield, Mich.
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of tbe bead
i. Graham, North Hope, Pa.
Cured my son of flte. He Has not bad fit for
about. lout yean. jowiwavj
- - ; wooonom, jueoapm couniy, tu.
I i for sale i by drugKtsU everywhere, or may be harf
direct irora us. . 'abob wnw wiu w
evidence of the curative properties 5 8ari9,
for a copy of out TJloMrated Journal of Health.
SSvnut nunareus Ol tevmmauuua i wm uuu vx
iontrwho have used the medicine, and also their
pictures photographed after their lestorattoa to
perfect health. Address ? ; . ' .
Dr. 8. A; EI0HM0KD &00.,
WOBLD'S XFHWEfO iHSUTJTJt,
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8L Joseph MoS-
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