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TfiUBSDA Y. APRIL 6, 882.
: fades to Ifeyr, AiVefiient8 .
i -"o 7- ITT MtHtw
CW RUflns-for'Belts j f? . i
' ";,,i . una &t Prrt'a. i
ftmieihl ig new at Perry's.
r N H wun -A Card.
Mrs. a & G. Newcombe-epring Opening.
reiua.tur Lntut of Hair
Mar be entirety prevented bj the use of BUB
NglTS CuCOaIN. He 'other compound pos
sesses the peculiar properties which no exactly
iUlt the various conditions of uuinan hair. It
softens the hair when harsh and dry. It soothes
ihe irritated sca'p it affords the richest Iusit. It
prevents the ti;itr fmm rRlling off. It promotes lt
healthy", vigorous groth. It Is not kws nor
stlcfcr- Itleavea.no disagreeable odor. It ctlls
dan d rnft &
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts urekno-vn to Be the
Bright' DieaM of the Kidneys, Iln
betew. No danger from these diseases It yon use Bop
Bitters; besides, being the beet family medicine
ever made. Trust no other.
g.r Advertise mcuts
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity
strength and wbolesomeness. More economic,
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, a um or phosphate powders. Sold only tn
cans KOYAL BAKING POV7DEB CO..
ov2H New York.
o oy'tuividsnn. 8ole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
WE MtENOW OPENING OUR NEW
Spf and Saiflfflev Styles
Including all the latest novelties
In the MILUNBBT LINK.
In all the sew sty lei, colors and Qualities.
Also, all the new styles and qualities of LACES,
embracing White Goods. Neck Wi-ar, Hoery
Gloves, Parasols, Ac., the LARGEST and MOST
COMPLETE STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our Pattern Hats and Bonnets
On Monday, March 27th,
When we will be pleHsed to show the Ladles the
GEtANDEST DIriPLAY OF KINS MILLINERY
the; have ever seen In this city.
. P. Query.
OPERA HOUSE. '
Saturday, April 8A,1882.
THE GREAT COMEDIAN,
CHARLES L. DAVIS
In his celebrated character Comedy,
in Four Acta, entitled
The Only True Representative of
Supported by a
full and Powerful Company of dramatic celebrities
ISO Laugh In 180 minutes.
Ureatekt Success of Jthe Afe.
Fuunieki Plsty EverWltoetted,
Three Bonn of Up roar ions Fan.
Usual prices; seats secured at Central Hotel and
Mtrimlth Music House. apr2 lw
YOtTB attention to Johnston's Patent Standard
Dry sized Kalsomlne and Jresoo Paints,
knowing that they meet the wants of Painters,
Housekeepers and others througnout the country.
They are carefully prepared from the -finest select
ed raw materials; all of the ingredients are
thoroughly Incorporated, nd they- are offered for
aletn a nnely pulverized condition, simply re
quiring to be mixed with water, to fit them tor use.
Thej hre made of the PDBEST WHITE, and In
graduations of all the leading and fashionable
'l'ints. Bhades and Colors; thus adapting. them to
all tastes and uses. The advantages of our pre
parations are manifold.
They are ready for immediate use, requiring no
pipertmpnt whatever, as the color and Quality are
"Bterrjilned before they go Into the hands of the
consumer. THEY CAN BE JfDUtD and USED
BY ANY ONE. ,
, Tbey can be applied with the greatest ease and
laelllty, and ben dry will present a smooth, rich
and evea surface, whkh will net rub or scale from
the walL - ' .
K used according to directions, they win work
well upon an absorbent surface hence the neces
s'ty as heretofore, ef preparing walls to stop their
uctlon, (except tn extreme eases.) la overcome.
They will sate the waste of materials and less
or time common with the old mode of mixing te
Produce desirable tints, etc. H. ,
They will keep for yean, without 8hangJ In eol
or or quality; -They are the outy ebtap and avail
at) Preparations foe the purpose tn tin ifuutet.
k 'oil assoftmeot of eotors, at - r v
WILSON A BDBWILL'8
ftPrt Drug store.
POTATOES! . j
ON HAND i
AND LOTJIcI ANA CH0KEB3, AT j
ma 31 a M. HOWELL'S.
fi!testerday was the warmest day
we have had this year. '
ISThe greater part of the Charlotte
bloods were out driTing last eTening.
t" E. D. Latta and Br6 are now rv-
ceiving their new spring clothing.
tWA. lively Bet-to took plaee on
Trade street yesterday.
tThe pressure upon our space'this
morning precludes the publication of
the arrivals at the hotels.
tW The train on the North road was
an hour behind yesterday, but the cause
of the delay was not learned.
J3T We were glad to meet in our city
yesterday, Mr. J. W. Gray, of Statesville,
tSTMrs. J. D. Withers, wife of Judee
Withers, of South Carolina, is on a
visit to friends in Charlotte,
ty Another rabid dog was killed in
the city yesterday morning at the cor
ner of ''Trade and Church streets by
We heard one of our most promi
nent physicians say yesterday, that he
would give twenty-five dollars to any
man that would deliver to him a genu
ine rabid dog.
nTTbree of Chariot e's enterprising
boys have purchased the grocery store
of Mr. J. W. Wiggins', on Trade street,
which is now run under the name of
W. H. Badham & Co.
E3FWe have not been officially in
formed of the fact, but as this evening
is the time for the regular monthly
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce,
we feel justified in saying that the
Chamber will meet this evening at the
usual time and place.
ElTRobt. L. Carter, sonof our estima
ble Policeman Carter, who has been
employed at the drug store of Dr. T. C
Smith in this city for two years past,
has now a situation in the drug store of
Dr. Greene, at Matthews Station, in this
county. Bob is a clever boy and we
hope to see him do well.
Hand-painted Easter eggs are a nov
elty in Charlotte, and the first that have
ever hern scn lic-n-, so fur as we are
aware, have made 1 lair appearance this
season. They have been introduced by
a yoKng artiste oftaste, and are put up
in moss nests. An advertisement ap
pears elsewhere, which will inform the
reader where tbey may be obtained.
Only one case yesterday was before
the Mayor, which was an action against
Berry Bl ak en ey, colored, for keeping a
fierce dog without paying the tax on
the animal, and which had bitten
Major Robersoi), colored, feo badly Borne
time ago as to disable him from doing
anythink at all since. Blakeney was
dismissed upon payment of cost, and
promising to slay the dog.
In the old Rock Island office building
on the corner of Trade and A streets,
upstairs, a colored man was found dead,
yesterday about 2 o'clock, by a colored
man named ErD. Hagler. The deceas
ed was immediately identified to be
Frafik Dow, a painter by trade, who
came here about 18 months ago from
Augusta, Ga. His physician said he
had been unable to work for some time,
and that he probably died of heart dis
The Supposed Infanticide J ary Inter
The jury are still investigating this
case ; but no material evidence was be
fore them yesterday. The man William
White, arrested with five other persons,
on Tuesday, was yesterday morning
discharged from jail on a bond of $100.
The proceedings of tr3 jury were in
terrupted in the afternoon by the in
formation that a writ o habeas corpus
had been issued, and thu . the prisoners
committed to jail on Tuesday would be
brought before Judge Shipp at the court
bouse ?t 4 o'clock. The prisoners were
accordingly placed in the dock at the
court house, the judge took his seat on
the bench, and the court was immedi
ately half filled by such an assembly as
is usually led there by curiosity or in
terest when any criminal business is in
progress in that place. But the audi
ence were disappointed, for Mr. uner,
who anneared for the State, had no
sooner commenced his remarks, which
were rendered almost inaudible by the
noise made by the hammering at the
water tank behind the court house, than
the iudee said: "I can't hear a word;
let's bo down stairs." So the proceed-
ings were transferred to a small room
below, and the crowd excluded.
Mr.Grier.for the coroner, expiainea
that the prisoners were only plaeed in
jail by the coroner for safe-keeping un
til the jury should be able to get Suffi
cient evidence to enable them to decide
whether or not it would be their duty
to direct the coroner to commit prison
ers to the 9Qrt. The coroner was anx
ious not to keep the prisoners in jail a
single unnecessary moment ; bat it was
wrong to try to take the matter out of
the hands of the jury while they were
still investigating the matter. If the
judge would leave the affair in the
hands of the jury for, say, two days
loneer. most probably the coroner would
have sufficient evidence for a decision
to be arrived at, but that was not yet
the case. ,
Mr. Geo. E. Wilson appeared on De-
half of the prisoners, and stated that
the coroner had had notice 0$ the pres
ent proceedings early in the morning
and ought to have been preparea wnn
such evidence as oportunity offered. It
was a very hard matter for four citizens
of the State-a wlole family-firand-
mother. dauehtei. and grand-daughter,
to be taken and placed in jail thus, with
nothing shown against them. The pro
per course for the coroner to have pur
sued would have been to take bond for
TJnrethoueht the jury ought to
have an opportunity for inquiring f ur-
ther into the matter anq aiieraome
Krf hpr discussion, decided to leave the
case oyer until Friday, morning, when
the prisoners are u oe urougm.
htm at the mayor's court; Mr. Grier, in
the absence of Solicitor Montgomery,
P'rwSnlr? rerl: then eSnveyed
back to jaih'and the jury resumed their
THE COTTON MILLS - LOCATED
THERE.' ; ; ; .
Br Whom Projected an? Established
Wkere Tkey Are, What They Are and
What Tkey May be Made.
In the year 1849 or HQ Thomas B.
Tate, who had conducted a steam cot'
ton factory at Greensboro, this State,
purchased the water power in Gaston
county, known as the Mountain Island
property, on the Catawba river, about
12 miles northwest from Charlotte. : It
is a matter of history that Mr. Tate's
father-in-law, Mr. Henry Humphries,
erected and conducted for a number of
years, at Greensboro, the first cotton
factory ever built in the State, and it is
said made more money for the amount
of capital invested than has ever been
made since in this country in the cotton
manufacturing business. At that time
a five pound bale of yarn retailed for
five dollars, and the demand was greater
than the factory could supply.
Mr. Tate, after marrying into the
family, took charge of the busines8,and
after conducting it a few years got tired
of steam power, and bought the Moun
tain Island property, to which point he
removed most of the machinery in the
old Greensboro factory. Here he suc
cessfully conducted the business of
manufacturing cotton yarns, until the
period of business chaos which set in
after the war, when he removed to
Charlotte, where he died about the year
But our business to-day is more par
ticularly with the Mountain Island Cot
ton Mills, of which he was the founder,
and which is now owned and conduct
ed by four of his sons: Turner, George
K., Chas. W. and Earnest Wn under the
firm name and style of Tate Brothers.
The property is located on the
right bank of the Catawba river,
about four miles east of Tucka
sege Station (or Mount Holly, which is
the more modern name) and is a most
valuable site for water power. About
a mile above the present factory site
the river is crossed by immense beds of
granite rock, which forces a large por
tion of the tfater out of the regular
channel into a natural canal, which
again seeks the river about a mile be
low. The land between the river and
the canal is quite elevated and gives to
the place the name of "Mountain Is
land." The water power is caught up
from the canal just before it strikes into
the river, and by an artificial canal, or
race, of only a few hundred yards, is
carried to the site of the present fac
tory building, and made "to yield 125
horse power in turning the machinery
At the point where the water leaves the
main stream the elevation above the
sea level is, according to a mathemati
cal survey, 611.5 feet. At the present
mctory the elevation is about 580.0 feet,
giving a 31 foot fall, and capable of
yielding 11,500 natural horse-power at
low summer water. During the di ought
of last summer, which was the longest
experienced in this country for many
years past, the mills did not stop an
hour for want of water. The widthjdf
the river at the bead of the shoals is
about 30 yards, and has an average
depth of 2 feet, with a current which
runs at the rate of 8 feet per second.
The flow of the. river is 2,700 cubic feet
per second, with a fall within two miles
of about 37 feet, As said above 11,
500 horse-power is now available with
out any artificial dam, but a three foot
dam at ilu- head of the shoals has been
suggested, which if constructed would
make the possible horse-power tha
could be made available simply beyond
the power of estimation. Just above
the site of the present factory the river
is again sub-diYided by a narrow strip oi
land known as Long Island, and the
western prong of the stream flows im
mediately by the mill.
This structure is a large five-story
)rick building, 100x50 feet, of which
material nearly all the houses for the
operatives are buill The mill proper
contains 5,000 spindles and 65 gingham
looms, but at another point are located
a wheat and corn mill, a saw mill and
cotton gin and a shuttle and bobbin
mill, of which more hereafter.
Besides the manufacture of the ordi
nary cotton warps, beautiful gingham
plaids are made, which readily sell on
the market for 8 cents per yard. Cotton
that goes into the mill door, and which
costs 10 cents per pound, by this pro
cess undergoes a transmutation, and
comes out worth 34 cents, as it takes
four yards to weigh one pound. 3,000
yards of these plaids are made per day
and the mill is now three months
behind its orders. The mill at the same
time makes 1,300 pounds of No. 20
warps, which to-day are worth about 21
cents on the Philadelphia market. In
the latter case the raw material is in
creased about 100 per cent.
We had intended to make tms de
scription much more elaborate, but the
pressure upon our columns this morn
ing makes it impossible. We have said
enough, however, to show that, with
proper development, the water-power
at these mills could be made a perfect
"bonanza," as surely as it is now a most
desirable manufacturing site.
Yesterdav a telegram was received
in thia city, which stated that the re
mains of Thdmas Baskins had been
found on Mr. Secrest's plaes, near Mat
thews'. It will be remembered that in
December last JJf. Baskins suddenly
and mysteriously disappeared from the
town of Monroe, after spending the day
there, and all efforts to discover ms
whereabouts were in vain, notwith
standing diligent and continued search
was made. For a time it was feared
that vnnncr Baskins had been murdered
and his body concealed, but, after fail
ing to discover any trace of the missing
man, his friends came to the conclusion
that he had left the country, and in
time would be heard from. The sup
position is now that the unfortunate
yotiniPf Tnan wag trojen to, death as. It
was very cold weaker, and snow wis
f alling on the night oi bis disappear
ance. When found, nothing remained
of the body but the bones, covered by
the elojthing, inthe jwekett ofwhieh
was a small amount of xhangO and a
bottle of medicine, v Mr. Basklni waj
- -' - . . . . -w wr f .1 11.1.
jnepnew or, uoionei a. . frj uw
THE OBStTERS PROG
APersoalItniPak4isad With Some
- . ,.r j ,k V
For something,, over thlrtfer) years
Tbb Obsketee, has climbed the bill of
journalistic progress, and to-day leaks
back over its pathway of what it be
lieves to be deserved merit with 2 what
may well be considered t; pardonable
pride, Ittegan without liamtv charac
ter or patronage, and financial jembar
rassment marked Its early career, but a
lucky star presided over , its nativity,
and having passed the perils of 1 Infan
cy, it stands to-day ia tbe )fall fruition
and bloom of journalistic manhood.
No longer an experiment, its advertis
ing columns are crowded with the best
class of patrons, who attest its value as
a medium of communication with the
people, by continued patronage.
To-day it has the largest circulation
ever enjoyed by any newspaper
published in Western North Carolina,
and larger than at any time in its pre
vious history. It has a larger and more
substantial advertising patronage than
ever before, and its proprietor can
truthfully say probably what no other
newspaper man in the State can say of
any other newspaper: that there isn't a
dead advertisement, nor one that pays
less than its regular advertising rates in
Besides an extensive local patronage
it has subscribers in nearly all the
States of the Union, Mexico, Great
Britain, : Germany and China, all of
whom look for its periodical visits with
interest, if we are allowed to judge by
the rumpus that is kicked up if at any
time Uncle Sam's mail agents should
fail to deliver it on time.
Possibly seven-eighths of ouicircuia
tion is confined to Mecklenburg county,
which is delivered free, but the postage
paid to the government for papers
which go out of the county and are sent
as second classmatter, now approximat
es four hundred dollars per annum, at
the rate of 2 cents per pound It thus ap
pears that we are paying for the' trans
portation of nearly 20,000 pounds of
mailable matter, sent out of the county
each year, while we possibly distribute
140,000 pounds (including our city cir
culation) within the county for the
same period of time.
About twenty-five persons are em
ployed in its service, and its editorial,
business, mechanical and job depart
ments are managed by a system pecu
liar to each, originated and built up by
the present proprietor.
To give the public, (and especially
those who feel themselves indebted to
us) some idea of the vast expense of con
ducting such a business we copy from
our "cash book" the eash balances for
the past ten business days :
March 25 T&sh balance at the
close of the day's
This money is literally gathered from
the four quarters of the globe, and Bev-en-eighths
of it goes immediately into
the pockets of the business men of Char
lotte, who, we are proud to say, are its
The business has grown to be one of
considerable magnitude as these figures
indicate, and it could not only not in
crease, but it could hardly exist without
the confide ;e, support and patronage
of the pet' pie. The Observes is for
Charlotte and Charlotte interests
against the world, but it is proud of its
readers wherever they may be ; it is
proud of the people of Charlotte; it is
proud of the people of Mecklenburg
county ; it is proud of the people of
of North Carolina; it is proud it is
published in America, and the proprie
tor is proud of the paper itself.
Mr. H. M. Bamseur, formerly a citi
zen of Charlotte, but for some months
employed on the extension of the Duck
town branch of the Western North
Carolina Railroad, was in the city yes
terday, and from him an Observer
man learned that trains on the Paint
Rock extension from Asheville, now
run through to the Tennessee line reg
ularly, all the bridges on the road hav
ing been completecLOnlyone bridge just
over the line on the Tennessee side,
and which is being built by the Cincin
nati, Charleston and Cumberland Gap
Railroad company, remains unfinished,
and still makes a" gap between Ashe
ville and sMorristown. It is expected
that this bridge will be completed with
in the next few weeks.
Tourists in the mountains this
summer will be glad to learn that a
line of hacks, in charge of Mr. A. B.
Fortune, will be run during the season
from the present terminus of the Duck
town branch of the Western North Car
olina Railroad,, at Pigeon river, to
Waynesville, the county seat of Hay
wood county, the very heart of the
mountainous region Of the "Switzer
land" of America. ,
Drew well at the opera noose last
night and gave general satisfaction.
The play is a medley of eccentricities.
comedy and burlesque, abounding in
humorous scenes, interspersed with
some very good singing and clever
dancing. The company is a good one
and deserves the applause with which
it is greeted.'
' AthlsrMldenee la thto etty. Tuesday 6th lost,
of paralysis, nr. Apetftune, la the JOU yevol
hlsage. ' f '
The funeral B take place this mowing at aJL
o'eleek tram 0eeiatelttiresv ,.
LyaE. PlnAham's VegetaMo Ceaapound Is a
WarttaMo roasi4" att those pmlalnl eom
Dlainuand weaXaessM a entaimoa lo ew best
t-- population, : Bead 9 lb Lfdial. Pink-
nam, 233 wesun atbuvp, whsw
a.ii.ui. armrf im fansr RmhbuS Vim tin
Lias. The great let and $eeStUna
sjvsnswru. HO HE
Prlees reduced i
n n i am iii;
E ABE OITEBIHG
EAVY CASS. PANTS,
Odp Fall Stock Generally.
WE WA1TTHE UOOITI FOR OUR
WHICH WILL BE THE
FINEST the I3AREET.
We Deferred Buying Until Late
To Secure the Adrantages In
undsr the advanced Sea
son, and wLl be able to
PAID WHILE III MARKET.
OUB STOCK WILL ARRIVE DURING the NEXT
AND WE WILL HAVE A WORD WITH TOO.
lb Ibj Will Wlit !.
KQT C3Y GOODS CEAIER3J
1 1 Latta & k,
- ti : is
Wl HAVE PLACED ON OUB
A LARGE LOT 07
NEW 1 DESIRABLE
FULLY WORTH 60c, to be
old without reserve, at
25c 25c 25c 25c 25c
ANOTHER LOT OF
AU-Wool Black Biif,
IVfc 12"jc 12c 12tia 12l&c 12Vbc
Handsome Printed Lawns,
614c 6Ue rH4e 6Ue 614e G140 6Vic 6ttc
200 PIECES 15c
Fancy Lawns, at
10c 10c 10c 10c ltte 10c 10c
l2Vc l24c 12Vic 12jc 12&s 12ttc 12lc
Ladles, you are all lnrlted to examine our NEW
Milliner y Goods
LN WHICH WE WILL OFFER
FOR TIlIS WEEK.
FjR this wefk only.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
OUR ENTIRE SILK STOCK. t
Black and Colored Silks,
AT 60 CENTS.
A RARE CHANCE
Is within your reach to secure your House Linens
at Mamloosly low PRICES.
Table Dansasb, WklCe and Colored
Tea Clexlfee, Blaster Cloths, Break,
fact Clot, Tkmr Clot Its, Dy.
. He, Napkins, Towels, mar
eelllea Outlls, Carpet,
Slate, Raurs, IHattlB;,
Cacem suad straw,
These and their prices you must see to fully ap
preciate our efforts to please the Trade.
lite Goods! White M!
Iran Tabrie produced under that bead-KlW,
FBKSH and BEAUTIFUL.
Ucsicrj, Gloves ! Notions
HAVE NOT BEEN NEGLECTED
and we feel satisfied that wocaonot fan to pleaae
the most fastidious.
0 Those of OsBeodenef this MAdv' who
eaaaot favor us wttbaeaU, wUl please send for
samples, wblca wjtt ho promptly famished.
e?ECML JfTTENTION PAID TO ORDERS.
A ' I
mery upenmg !
The only known Specific Remedy for EprepUe Fit . s
Cures Epileptic Fits, Spasms, Convulsions, 8t
Vitus Dance, Vertigo. Hlsterlcs, I .sanity, Apoplexy,
Paralysis, Rheu-natlsm, Neuralgia, iod aUNerv
pus Diseases. This infallible re) net will positive
ly eradicate every species of J en is Derange
ment, and drive them away t urn hence they
came, never to retu.a again, it uterly destroys
the germs of dls ase by ueutrallzlng the hereditary
taint or poison In ihe system, and thoroughly
eradicates the disease,, and utterly destroys the
Cures Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu
eprrhoea or Whites. Painful Men-truatlon, Ulcera
tion of the Uterus, Internal Meat, travel. Inflam
mation of the Bladder, Irritability of the Bladder.
For Wakefulness at pigtit, here is no better
remedy During the change of life n Female
should be wl hout It It quiets the Nervo is system
and gives rest, comfort, and nature's sweet sleep.
Cures Alcoholism, Drunkenness and the habit of
Opium Earing. These degrading habits are by far
the worst evils that have ever befallen suffering
humanity. Thousands ale annuMllv from these
1 exlous drugs. The drunkard drinks liquor not
l sause he likes It, but for the pleasure of drink
1 g and treating bis friends, little tbinfclDg that he
1 on his road to uin. Line the Outum mater, he
first uses the a rug In small quantities as a harmless
antidote. The soothing influence of the drug
t kes strong hold upon Its victim, leading him on
u his own destruction. The habit of upturn
litlngend Liquor Drinking are precisely what
entlng Is to allmenttvenes, as over eating first In
flames the stomach, which redoubles Its cravings
until It paralyzes both the stomach and appetite.
80 every drink of liquor or dose of opium. Instead
of satisfying, only adds to its fierce fir s, until it
consumes the vital force and then ltelf. Like the
gluttonous tape-worm, It cries "Give, give, glvel"
but never enough until Its own rapacity devours
itself. - Samaritan Nervine gives instant relief In
such cases. It produces sleep, quiets the nerves,
builds up the nervous system, and restores body
and mind to a healthy conffitlon.
Cores Nervous Dyspepsia. Palpitation of the Heart,
Asthma. Bronchitis, Hcroful . hypbllls, diseases
of the Kidneys and a'l diseases of the Urinary or
gans. Nervous Debility, cau--.d by the Indiscre
tions of youth, pern anently cured by the use of
this lnvalmbie remedy. T- ou, young, middle
aged, and ol 1 men. who rn '-ov ring your suflf r
Ugs as wlt'i mnntln by ile ce lookup, you can
be saved by timel- efli.it- and make ornamei ts
to society, and )eeis l the crown of rourMakt r,
If you will io n.'i kev. this a secret linger, until
it saps your vitals ani destroys both .body and
soul. If you art thu afflicted, take DR. HICH
MOND 8 MM API AN ERVINE It wui restore
your shaft', v d m ves, arrest pr-nature dely and
Impart ton-: and ergy to the whole system.
SAMAR11 . NERVINE
Cured my little girl fits. She was also deaf and
dumb, but it cured ir. She can now ta k and
hear as well as anyl idy. Petkr Hosa.
SAIHAIll TA1V ISEI VINE
Has been the means of curing m lfe of rheum;
tlsra. J. B FLETcniB, 1 t Collins, Col.
SAMARITAN NEl VINE
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
E. B. Halls, h ittsvllle, Kan.
Cured rue or vertigo, r uralg!a and sick headache.
Mhs. Wm. henson, Aurora, 111.
SAM Alt I' N NERVINE
Was Ihe means of cu ng my wife of 8iams.
RL '. J. A. Enix, Beaver, Pa.
SAMARI I AN NEK VI E
rured me of asthma, after spendl g over $3,00d
with otber doctors. 8. B obson,
Ne- Ai my, Ind.
SAMAHI ' AN NEB VI S
Effectually cured me spasms.
UIS3 Jksnib Warhbn,
740 W est Van dunsn street, Ohlcigo. ill.
Cured our child of fl's after given up to die by our
family pby-iclan It having over 1(0 In 24 hours
BAMsr Knee, Verviila, Wairen county, Tenn.
Cured me of scrofula after suffering for eight
years. albeut tmpsoN, Peoria, 111.
Cured my son of fits, after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thobbtom clalborn, Miss.
Cured me permanently of,epiIeptlc nls of a stub
born character. Tixv. Wm. M abtin,
Cured my son of fits, after having had 2,500 In
eighteen months. Mrs. E. Fobks,
West Portsdsm, N. T.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Miss Urlxna Mabshall.
Granby, Newton county. Mo.
Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of many
yeai s' duration. Jacob svraa, St. Joseph, Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
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years' standing. Isaac Jxwbll, Covington, Ky.
Cured me of fits. Have -been well for. over four
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saais, uougias county, iunn.
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
namy. 'Michael uconneb, uiagway, ra.
Has permanently cured me of epileptic fits.
VAV1D TBIHBLT, DCS Momes, JOWB,
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 86" years standing
Hem at Clark, Fdlrfleld, Mich. .
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the head
E. Gbakah, North Hope, Fa.
Cured my son of fits. He has not had a fit for
about four years. Jons Davis,
Woodbum, Maooupln county, HI.
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