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TmDAy, APRIL 7, 1.
?SEmnonhouse -Head this Advertisement.
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the peculiar MQpefftoa. i wttlch M ewrty
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irritated scalp It afford the richest luatre. It
invents the hair from railing oft It promote Its
UiihT vigorous gro tb. U la not (creasy nor
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dBurneWltov&lna Xtriftsre known to be the
best- . f ' : , .
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It win relieve the poor little
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IwLt it wtlf regulate the bowels, and give rest to the.
1 SThir and relief and health to the child, operat
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inffts and pleasant la the taste, and is the pre
Slnntion of one of the oldest and best physicians
rt nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere.
25 eentsa bottle. 1
niKlif Ulefc of the Klditeyfc, DIs
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strength and wholesomeness. More economlca
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v23 New York,
or Dartdjnn. Sole Agent, Charlotte. N. 0.
U.T LVKJ I
OPENING OUR NEW
Including aTi the latest novelties
in the MI L LIN KB 7 LIME.
In all the new stjlej, colors and qualities.
Also, all tbe new styles and qualities of LACES,
embracing White Goods, Neck Wear, Hosiery
Gloves, Parasols, &c the LAHQB8T and MOST
COMPLETE STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our Pattern Bats and Bonnets
On Monday, March 27th,
When we will be pleased to show the Ladles the
GUANDKST D IS PLAT OF VINE MILLINKBY
they have ever seen In this city.
. P, Query.
IIUIH(U, ft Hi II OlllilUOs
7 fi GREAT COMEDIAN,
CHARLES L. DAVIS
In hu celebrated character Comedy, :
in four Ada, entitled
The Only True Representative of
TBE NEW ENGLAND FARMER,
Supported by a
Full and Powerful Company of dramatic celebrities
180 Lanfflu In 18(i 9nnritet.
iroaU)Mt SncccH off the Age.
Funniwi Play Ever Wlinewed,
three Hofirael UproarioonFOn.
Usual prices; seats secured at Central Hotel and
Mc-imitn Mualc House ; . aprz im
NICE fdur room Cottace, Conveniently arranged
Apply to C. W. KDDIN3.
apr0 At Postofflce.
Native Mineral Water!!
J HOCKIlUIDE CVA.) .
( htonic DlarrbtiBi and, Dysentery, Skin Diseases,
8erofui5, Ctuonlo Pneamonla, eta
. UUl WertBl.AfcTt'ToBtoVS sUn?1"
h aliuau la ns caecta.- seaaSTtuMaies
eminent physicians in cur pamphlets.
NO AHTf FICIAL H ABES OB SALTS
SP'lngs, which are beautifully located to Bock
bridge county, Ya,, and are opea for he reoepoon
of vialion IronT June 1st WOctobei 1st, each
ear; capacity, 1.000 gnests.,,
. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr. J. H. Me
ADEN ana Dr. T. C; SMITH, Charlotte, M. C .
marl2iy . - . '
J.tf mejcliS tiding m. take place at
-- - - . m ma .A.' -
'HfTTH v Ls'WTto grand opening at Mrs. New
II 1 11 Cs3ooinifs mtrflaVrwasUadei & mm.
" .. .
tSrWecall-Uie attention of the
members of the Hornet fire company
to the advertisement of a meeting of
their company this evening.
The buildings in granite row pre
sent quite a different appearance since
tbe old shingle roof has been taken off
and a new tin one put on in its stead.
E2T .Already w"e have heard some of
our best citizens remark that the clouds
were very much tike those of last year,
which all remember were always high
and passed around everybody without
13T It is a fact, that North Carolina
produces more hay per acre than any
State along the line of the coast from
Maine to Texas, with the single excep-
iod. of the Empire State. This speaks
well for our agricultural facilities.
EiTThe arrangements for the new
Central Hotel bar are about complete
though it will not be formally opened
until Monday. It will be conducted
irrler the discreet management of Mr.
W. It. Cochrane and doubtless will be
as heretofore, the choice resort among
places of thb kind.
t3T We notice in South Carolina
journal that the ladies in e city of
that State propose to open a first class
coffee saloon, to see if they cannot in
duce the men to take coffee instead of
whiskey in quenching their thirst. We
hope they will and that it will be a suc
cess. Let somebody start such a saloon
BSTThe Home and Democrat says:
One of the pleasures of editing a
weekly paper write an article and see
similar ideas make their appearance in
another paper published before yours,
making the item stale." Judged by this
standard we suppose "pleasure's cud"
must be "full" when the aforesaid "edi-
or of a weekly" writes out two full
columns of Supreme Court reports only
to find nut that they were paid for and
published by a tn;r enterprising pub-
isher a week before.
Mr. John Phelan, while passing along
the sidewalk by tbe Oates building on
College street, yesterday, was knocked
down and hurt by being struck with a
bag of cotto? which was thrown from a
window in the second story of the
house. Ilia injury, however, we are
glad to state, i; not of a serious charac-
Adjutant-General Johnstone Jones
passed through the city yesterday.
Dick Hilton, Esq., was in the city
yesterday. He contemplates establish
ing a lumber yard here.
Mr. D. A. Coble, for some time an
employee of this office, left last night for
,hi3 home in Greensboro, where he will
spend a few days with relatives and
friends, thence to New York to prac
tice his chosen vocation. Our best
wishes attend him, wherever he may go.
A Long Time Ago,
Mr. Smith, the manager and owner
of the Tourists, played in Charlotte in
1833, in a minstrel troupe in the court
bouse. All he remembered about Char-
lotto was tbe columns in front of the
court house, and Dr. Pritchard.who was
well-known to many gentlemen now in
the city. This was before Charlotte had
an opera bouse, but it seems from what
Mr. Smith said they were show-going
people, as they had an engagement for
one night only when they came, but
played rive consecutive nights.
Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
The regular monthly meeting of the
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce for
April was held lust night at their room,
on Tryon street.
After some discussion, the committee
on the improvement of our public roads
was continued and instructed to re
port at the next regular meeting of the
Captain John Wilkes submitted a
verbal report in reirard to bis recent
trip to Washington City in the interest
of the establishment of a Federal Court
House in Charlotte, which wa3 satis
factory to the Chamber.
R. N. Tiddv then introduced the fol
lowing preamble and resolutions, which
were unanimously adopted :
Wmmir Aa Wfl helievft that the com
mercial interests of the country de-
- . . , t A - . 1 J
manu tne repeal or. certam taxes levieu
nnnn national and other banks, and
known as "war taxes;" therefore.
Resolved, That tnis unamrjer or com
merce respectfully petitions Congress
to repeal the laws levying
First The 2 cents Btamp dufly on
Second The payment or tne tax oi l
per cent, on bank circulation.
Thirri Thp navment of the tax of
one-half ot one per cent, upon all de
posits in banking institutions. . '
Jtiesoivea, 'za, j.nat jmr oeuaima uu
r.hfi TTnnaft of ReDresenta-
tives be requested to vote for the bill to
r. as i i l V. . n
recharter tne nauonai uaua, wuvoo
oh a atom am ahnnf. to exnire.
Kesolvea, 3a, xnacine secreuiiy uo
instructed to sena a copy or wjbbo ietu-
inMnna fn mir Senatnrs and members Of
Congress, with the request that they
use meir luuueuuD uu kitd "uo" ,
in f avnr nf t.h renp.al of these burden
some taxes upon the commerce of the
country. , . .
A communication was read from
Captain E. F. Young, of the Hornets
Nst Riflemen, in regard to tne ceienra
tion of the 20th May, suggesting a pro
gramme, and asking the appointment
of a committee to co-operate witn me
nremen and military in its observance.
In response, the following was aooptea
as the sense of the cnamDer :
Wttttrwab Thmilitarv and other
nt nhrlnr.fj have deter-
mined to celebrate the approaching
20th May,- and h.ave requested the
Chamber of Commerce to co-operate
Resolved, That we heartily approve
of the proper celebration of the ap
proaching zotn May. -D,o7ij
That ft rnmmittee of three
members of the Chamber be appointed
by the en air to coniw p t""
other poblic bodies in Charlotte having
The appointmenu vl iuc: uuuwi
win frvA annminnHi imrnxiLcii .j.v .
- - onnnflff OTS BATS.
Clears oat rats, mice, roaches, es ant bed
bu skunk iVchlpmunks, gopheis. 15. Drug-
- . ' , :T
! Of nowto RaisetkeTVljidy
: . . Homer, in his description of the forc
ing of the shield of Achilles, speaks of
the, furnace into which the matarlall
were thrown as being blown by twexff
pairs of bellows. If a furnace
wanted blowr to cast another shield
for another . Achillea, we.. beUeve that
Charlotte is jost the placefotnish
the blowing machinery r . '!.,'''
Messrs. N e wco mbe Bros, of the Char
lotte Planing Mills and Bellows Fac
toryhave only been in business here a
ittle over, two years; but during that
time their business . has been steadily
growing, and; bids fair ere long to be
come one of the most important and
remarkable , manufacturing establish
ments in the South.
Believing that some account of their
work and its progress would be of in
terest to the readers of The Observer,
seeing that these gentlemen have intro
duced a totally new Industry into the
South, an Observer representative has'
made it his business to call upon these
gentlemen and ascertain a few particu-
ars concerning their undertaking.
The first department visited was the
arge room devoted to the making of
bellows. Here for the first time we
earned something of the anatomy of a
pair of bellows never having, like the
historical Irishman, cut a pair open to
see where the wind came from. This is
the part of their business which is a
new thing in the South, and being, as
we have said, ignorant of the inner
mysteries of ft pair of bellows, we were
much interested in the matters of "bot
tom board," "middle board,'' "ribs," &c.
The bellows made by the Messrs. New-
combe have gained such repute that.
while previous to their advent here all
our smiths, mechanics, and others who
required these implements in their bus-
ness must go North to procure them,
the case is now reversed, and the Char-
otte Bellows Factory ships its produce
tions as far North as Baltimore, as well
as to Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama,
Georgia Virginia, and all parts of the
two Carolinas. The business in this
department steadily increased during
the first year, doubled itself, the second
year, and this year the firm expect to.
send out from their establishment about
615,000 worth of bellows,which appears
to us to be raising the wind in a very
It is satisfactory, too, to know that
the whole of the material used in this
factory, excepting the nails and paint,
are produced in this State. The w od
is grown w ithin our borders ; the leather
is tanned, and the iron is worked, in our
In addition to their bellows factory
Messrs. Newcombe carry on an exten
sive general carpentry business.includ-
in'g the manufacture of sashes, doors.
blinds, &c, aided, where possible, by the
most modern steam-driven machinery,
for planing, tenoning, sawing, mold
ing, jointing, &c.
We understand f urthejr that, encour
aged by the progress of thet.brancb.es of
business already in active operation
undei their management, these enter
prising gentlemen have in contempla
tion the addition of another depart
ment (which we are requested not to
specify for the present) which will sup
ply along-felt want in this section, and
for which, also, our own State furnishes
the materials abundantly.
We wish the Charlotte mills all pros
perity, and believe our readers will en
dorse our good wishes; for it is just
such men and such energy that the
South needs to utilize her resources
and create industrials enterprise in our
midst. It is just such concerns as this
that help immensely to bring about the
More Hydrophobia) and Bigger Doses.
Four dogs, all supposed to be suffer
ing from hydrophobia, were killed with
in the corporate limits of the city yes
terday. The first was shot in the back
yard of Mr. F. W. Ahrens, at about
four o'clock p. m.
A second was first discovered on
Trade street opposite TheIObsebver
office. He created quite an excitement
as he went down the street snapping at
everything and everybody. He was
followed by a crowd and was finally
killed on Fifth street near Leak's old
tobacco factory, now one of the city
A third, which belonged toW. E.
Holt, was killed by Policeman Carter,
and a fourth was shot just about dusk
in front of Adams' beef market, by Po
liceman McNinch. It is seated that the
last one, a very fine, large animal, first
exhibited signs of rabies near Wads
worth's stables, and attempted to bite
several ladies who happened to be on
the street, and who escaped only by
running into houses. The timely arri
val of Policeman McNinch, with his
gun, probably prevented his biting other
In view of the fact that hydrophobia
has actually attacked several dogs with
in the past few days, it would be well
for people who own dogs to keep them
on their own premises, and if necessary
this ought to be required by a city ordi
nance. In Jail
The Mecklenburg jail is not a very
cheerful residence. Business took an
Obsekveb representative there yester
day and he was very thankful when
that business was transacted and he
saw sunshine again. Although only
there a short time, his sojourn was
long enough to form a resolution to
walk circumspectly and retain his free
To-dav is Good Friday, the anniver
sary of the crucifixion of the Saviour,
so-called in allusion to the Denents con
ferred by his death. The Saxons named
it "Lone Friday," because or the pro
tracted religious services on that day,
and the Germans term it-btiuer jrn
day," on account of the solemn silence
nhaarved in the churches, or "ClurFrei-
tsiv. from an antianated word signify
ing penitence. During the first two or
three ceftturles of Winsuanwy w was
taTIftd"tfie :nasch."c luse ChriatCthe
Paschal Iamb. was slain "on that day.
It is' observed at the present day as a
day 6f prayer and public worship.
Ckas. I Daris aAJi JstfU-
AiviH: J oslip," Ma presented by Mr.
Cbas- L. Davis, the creator of the cjxai
actei ftrndfroift the press:nclesshonld.
an those whose ?pnm or aaor aoes
noi tappKltd tw hole. . The Peoria
Natiotial Bnfoetatha thi otlowragtbt
, The comedy 1s irjesUUbjy tuunvarid'
Charles U Datis aa .TAlvia JoaUnwai
immense beyond description. He IS a
whole shew Jn himself and bjs company
gave him the most able.support From
the time the curtain tolled up at the
introduction until it went down , for
the last time the- audience . was kept in
a state of continual merriment. -'The
company advertised to give 180 laughs
in 180 minutes, and they did that and
3 ore too., Many of those who witness
I the performance say that it was the
most entertaining and amusing that has
been given here for, lo, these many
mtnths, and we are more than half in
clined to believe that they are right in
their opinion; The. Alvin Joslin com-
any can rely on having a crowded
ouse whenever they revisit this city,
and the. merit of their company entitles
them to that wherever they appear . -
The Supposed Infanticide Fonr of the
Thejury, assiduously pursued their
inquiries in this case yesterday. In the
morning they took the testimony of a
number of witnesses at the mayor's
court, chiefly: respecting the condition
and actions of the colored woman Mag
gie Morehead during the past few
weeks. No new facts of consequence
came to light ;
In the afternoon the coroner and jury
proceeded to the jail, where: they had
before them for examination Anderson
Phifer and Alice Morehead, both color
ed, two of the prisoners (the latter hav
ing by some error been previously
spoken of as Maggie White). At the
close of this examination four of the
prisoners were released, viz: Anderson
Phifer, brother to Maggie Morehead, on
a $50 bond, H. G. Springs security;
Eliza White, mother tij Maggie More-
head, on a $50 bond, Jno. T. Schenck
security ; Alice Morehead, daughter of
Maggie Morehead, on a $50 bond, Jno.
T. Schenck security ; and Ella Bell, the
girl arrested on Sunday, on her own
recognizance of $50. Maggie More
head is now the only prisoner remain
ing in custody in this case. The jury
then proceeded to the mayor's court,
where after some consultation they
came to tLe decision to hold themselves
at the call of the coroner for some time
Maggie Morehead will be brought be
fore Judge Shipp this morning at tLe
mayor's court on the writ of -fuibeas cor
pus issued on Wednesday.
Hotel Arrivals Yesterday,
Central Hotel General Johnston
Joues and wife, Asheville; Henry My
ers, Philadelphia, Pa; Jno A Dodson,
Goldsboro; Jno West, Washington, v.
C; Ed M Burke, Lowell, Mass; MM.
Pitlsbury.N C; Thos May, J D Pern
berton. Miss Mary E Little. Wadesboro;
S T Usher. Sulphur Springs, N C; W J
Usher. Mayfleid, Ky; J T Alderman,
Wilmington, Del; Frank Wheeler,
Meridan. Conn : W M Neel. Winston :
Z A Willard, Boston, Mass; J F Iver
son, Columbus, Ga; T Dixon, Shelby ;
Geo A Dowden and wife, Newark, N
J; W W Perry, Columbia, S C; F J
Moulton.N Y Graphic JNew YorK; U
F.Newby, A M Vickery, N W Newby,
Bandleman. NC; W T Newman, Ga;
J J Gibson.'Chester, S C; Chas T Wat
kins, Richmond, va; P w Wooley,
Stanly county; Thos F Hargis,DS
Wilson. HS waiiis, w t Linton, uaui
more. Md: C Johnston. Geo Fuller. L
Spader, New York ; Jno T Savage, J
W Carrington, Atlanta, Ga.
Charlotte Hotel A H Hedge-
cock, Kernersville; A M Vickery, Ran
dleman, N C; B F Newby, N W New
by. Farmers. N C: J S Lean, UUBK;
GC Funderburk, Monroe; JPMcMa-
nus, Tradesville, N C: S J McJSiroy, js
C; H Bryant, Pineville; L A Joriss
Iredell county; R B Boomen, Green
ville SC; R.C Strother, Wallace, 8. C ;
W J McMurrav. Nashville, Tenn; js u
Stokes, Garabaldi : C H James, Lowell,
N C; J E Lewis, Washington, N C.
ATTEND the reg
ular monthly meet
ing of yonr compa
nr. this (Friday)
erenlng, at 7Vi
Business of im
portance to be transacted. By order
W. B. COCHRANE,
O. F. Asbuby, President
CUlFIDinil B11PEB3 and MOWXBS,
nAlllrlU II "Chieftain" Lock Lever
Hone Hakes. Kentucky Can Mills and Con
ner Xvarotors. imDroved Deere Cultl raters.
the celebrated Dow Low Cotton Planter, will save
more than enooffb to doubly pay for itself every
season. Gelser and Empire Thrashers and Horse
Powers, Thomas' Smoothing. Harrows, Acme Har
rows, && - .
A lot of Fresh German Mlllett, Haogariaa and
Early Amber Cone -Seed.
win compare prioes with any -. fiXUABLI
HOUdX IN tOS STATE. .
j. u. BiiAunuu3it, Agent,
apr7 lw Charlotte, N. 0.
you wDl And a cbelce and complete stock of
pube fresii Drives,
Colden's, Ldbig's ' liquid Extract
BEEF SUtd TONIC llfVIGOBATOB
tW" TRY IT. -SB
THE HNXsT SXLf CTION in the CITT, ;
Deluding the famoui LI PAEIPAbraad of Cigars
an assortment, and everrthlnf geaeraut kept til a
first class Drag 8 tore. Special attention given to
PhrsieUms' PreacrlpUoDi day and night Satis
Corner Tra.. .and....... ...Conege Street.
Read is AdydMent
-JiH'lt ! : T !: t::..Y
. - .1
. .'ninio') o) !ft
-VE ABE OmUlIG-
HEAVY CASS. PANTS,
Uur Fall Stock Generally.
WE WANT THE R003I FOR OUR
WHICH WILL BE THE
FINEST the MARKET.
We Deferred Baying Until Late
To Secure the Advantages In
under the advanced Sea
son, and will be able to
PAID WHILE III MARKET.
OUB STOCK WILL ABBIV DU&IN9 tbe NIXT
AKD WI WILL HATt A WOBD WITH YOU.
Hie Wise Man W01 Wait !
:l. ' Ik,
HOT DRY GOODS DEALERS
ii Tin n n nn Tin
, ;;; . , , ' ' : . "
S'f- : Wl HAVJt PLACXO OM OOtt
A LARQS LOT OF
NEW t DESIRABLE
FULLY WORTH 60c. to be
. sold without reserve, at
25c 25c 25c 25c 25cJ
ANOTHER LOT OF
12Me 12V4c 12fee lWic 12Vi lifts
Handsome Printed Lawns,
61Ac 614c flJ4c 6iAc 6Vjc OiJ 6c 6VSio
. 200 PIECES 16c
Fancy Lawns, at
I0e 10c 10c IOC 10c 10c 10c
12l&e 2Vo I2y&e 12V 12c I2c 12c
Ladles, you are all invited to examine our NSW
Milliner j Goods
IN WHICH WI WILL OFFER
FOR THIS WEEK.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
OUR ENTIRE SILK STOCK.
Black and Colored Silks,
AT 60 CENT3.
A BABE CHANCE
Is within your reach to secure your House Linens
at MarvelouslT LOW PHICE3.
TaUe Damaak, TVblte and Colored
1'e CI otha, Dinner Cloths Break
faat ClilMf Tray Clvtbw, Dor
He, Napkin, Towels, Mar
seilles Quilts, Carpet,
Rats, Born) ITlattinfr,
Fresh and New
Tnese and their prices rou must see to fully ap
preciat) our (-Sorts to please the Trade.
White Goods ! White Goods !
Iverj Tabrie srodoced under that head NSW,
FEXSH and BEAUTIFUL.
Hosiery, Gloves Notions
HATE NOT BSZN NEGLECTED
and we (eel sa'Jsfled that we cannot fall to please
' - the most fastidious. "
tV Those al the Beaders of this -Adv." who
aaanot favor oa with a call, will please send for
samples, which wtH he nronvtly famished.
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antidote. The soothing influence of the drug
takes strong hold upon its victim, leading him on
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flames the stomach, which redoubles its cravings
until It paralyze 1 both the stomach and appetite.
So every drink of liquor or d- of opium. Instead
of satisfying, only aid' o its fierce fires, until It
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itself. Sam rltan Nervine gives Instant relief In
such cases it produces sleep, quit ts tbe nerves,
builds up tbe nervous 8jtem, and restores body
and mind to a he thy condition.
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Cures Nen i iSDj pepsla Palpitation of the Heart,
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oy silence lookup, jouccm
oits. and make ornameiits
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your shtterd nerves, arrest pi iture deUy at
Impart tone and energy to the w le system.
SAMABITAN NI RVINE
Cured my little girl of fits. She was also deaf and
dumb but It cured b r. She can now talk and
hear as well as anybody. Petkb Boss.
Has baen the means f curing mt wife of rhenma
tlcm. J. b "1 ETCHER, K'N i olilns, Col.
AM A III AN NEHVIE
Made a sure cure of a c-ise of fits for ny son.
E B. klls, 1- -tits-llle, Kan.
Cured me of vert'eo, -urHlgla an U-k headache.
Mhs WM. BENSON, -'rora, 111.
Was the means of curing my wile of siuk.ms.
Rev. J a. Kdik Beaver, Pa.
Cured me of asthma, alter spending over $3,000
with other doctors. 8. B Hobson,
New Albany. Ind.
SAIT1 ARITAN NEUVIIKE
Effectually cured me of spasms.
Mibs Jbsnik Warren,
740 West Van Buren street, Chicago, 111.
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
family pby-iclan. it having over 100 In 24 hours
Hinbt Knkk, Vervllla, Warren county, Tenn;
Cured me of scrofula after suffering for eight
years. ALBBhT Eimpson, Peoria, 111.
Cure d my son of fits, after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thornton cialborn, Miss.
Cured me permanently of epileptic Ills of a stub
born character. Rev. Wm. Martin,
Cured my soncf. fits, after having had 2.503 In
eighteen months. Mrs. E. Kobes.
west rortsaam, m. x.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Miss Oklkna Marshall,
Uranby, Newton county, Mo.
Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of many
yeui 8' duration. Jacob cuter, St Juseph, Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bility. Oliver Myers. Ironton, Ohio.
Has cured me of asthma: also scrofula of many
years' standing. Isaac Jewell, Covington, Ky.
Cured me of fits. Have been well for over four
years. Charles E. Curtis,
C-sakls, Douglas county, Minn.
Cured a friend of mine who bad dyspepsia very
badly. Miceaxl O'Connek, Bidgway, Pa.
Has permanently cored me of epileptic fits.
David Trembly, Des Moines, Iowa,
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 years standing
Hxmbt Clabx, Fairfield, Mich.
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the head
K. Graham, North Hope, Pa.
Cored toy son of fits. He has not bad a fit for
about lour years. John Davjs,
Woodborn, Macoupin county, HL
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