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sIgRSASAPRtL 8, 1881
NW Advertisement "
-nil I ,
rlR.micii and Statu nf rr.
o n Jordan Co.. Druggists. Trjon street
Premature Lew of Hair
Un. h entire
by thetbse df iBUH- f t
Nditthee wttDouid pos-'KI
.1 ha nrffliiiar orooenies waicn no
r.tMe various conditions of H.o uuiiian has, it
Inftansthe hair when harsh and dry. It soothes
rJriTrrinitMlBcaiD It afford the richest lustre, Ik
mo --- ki. hmm mlllriw nit It nmmnaU.a t.
not greasy nor
- " a - . .
id oaor. u, uiis
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are known to be the
Hotiers! Mothers! I If ethers HI
too disturbed at nlghtaiJ Mdtvbof your
rertbM 9ck child sunenim ana jsymg wjto me
resLlin naln of cutting teeth 7 If so. go at
"STind get a bottle of MBS. WINSLOW'S.
annTHINQ SYRUP, it win relieve tne poor little
iTlmmedlately-depend upon it: there is. no
mTataka about It xnere n not a mower on eartn
ever used It, who will not tell you at onoe
o,f ir will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother and relief and health to the child, operat
C lUce magic.- It is perfectly safe to use In all
mu8 and pleasant to the taste, and Is the pre
Srintlon of one of the oldest and best physicians
fnd Dur3wuithe,Un,UedBates. Sold everywhere.
25 cents abotue.; :, (
Dleae off the Kidney, Dla
bete. ' ""' 1
No danger from these diseases If jouuse Hop
Bitters; besides, being the rfest family Vedtelne
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity
strength and wholesomeness. More economic
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, a tun or phosphate powders. Sold only In
cans. , BOYAL BAIQNG POWDER CO.,
oV23 New York,
o Da-tdnn, Sole Agent. Chwlotte, N. C.
VYE ARE3WW OPENING OUR NEW
r a -. - x f
incladinc All the lateat
m ,the jtiiAiNKar
In all the new style j, colors and qualities.
Also, all the new styles and qualities of LACES,
White Goods. Keck Wear. Hosiery.
Gloves, Parasols, Aft.; the XAHOTST and MOST
COMPLKTK STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our fatten Rats and Bonnets
On Uonday,; MatCvi 27th,
When we Q1 be lessed"n ho VhV1 ladles1 tl
QHA.NDK3T DISPLAY OF VINE MILL1NXBY
mey have ever seen In this cttrT ( . , . .
BefpeeUuUy, . : - :t w
Mrs. P.. ftnery.
Saturday, April 8th, 1882.
J" T 9J TS
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HrTAPT "PCS T Ti AVTS
if v TX '
"Aim JOSLIN." !
The Only Tnje BeprsenbUlve; ojr, v
FuH and Powerful CflSjf of 4ramaU
10 Laugbalmia afis.au. r
. ... '. - .iiTl,'VJ mjI
OfluslSrteerint.-t fcenHoWl and I
A JiWik WAT
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DvspcDwii,.k-kCwtiwiw tad IiYcrj ;
Scrof Ola. "Chi
it ia . lX$tik&ie4 Vnnk, and U ANTI
MAirTr . Tfvr' pearUScaWe troK
NO VRTirfUI ALOISES OB SALTS
BotUed In Its natural state, direct Irora the
M."Xa ft It
' HOME CmPEETS. '
IS Yesterday. waa an eitremelvdnll
t"'Alvin Jo8lin at the opera house
ESU., H. Jordan & Co. advertfee
Bussian San Flower Seed, thetfcs
please take notice.
v EBCThe young men of the eity expect
T.y ' , " "Kui
u iujo pleasure ciuo rooms, '
.'.'.m? Why are bully business times
like a public thorouehfarein Charlnttii v
Because they are Trade's treat.
t3TK is requested that every mem.
ber of the Literary and Debating Club
oe present at the next meetine as it
will be an important one.
BT'All 3thetie people will bear in
mind that the demand for sunflowers,
lilies, poppies and peacock feathers. Is
tW Yesterday the police killed a
number of dogs which were found on
the streets without collars. This city
is a bad place for canine vagabonds at
tlTThe youngsters had a lively time
y o-erday "pecking" eggs. One smart
little chap secured between forty and
a hard shelled guinea era.
This cute boy will; we predict; make a
fortune when he takes to business.
tSTNow is the time when one of the
chief ambitions of our juvenile popula
tion is tojbe allowed to leave off wearing
shoes and socks and run barefooted.
On their behalf we appeal to parents ;
let 'em have this innocent dissipation,
and save money by it.
Tiddy& Brp. claim the attention of
the public this morning in our adver
tising columns. They keep everything
in the stationery line as well as books,
and they manufacture much of the
news and book paper used in this sec
tion of the State. Read their advertise
ment. Mayor's Court.
Two cases yesterday .morning of af
fray. In one case tl e parties were fined
$2.50 ach and cosr. In the other one of
the participants was fined $10 and cost;
the other one dismissed.
We are requested toaay that the la
dles of the Charlotte Memorial Asso
ciationare making arrangements for
the proper eelelratioa of Memorial
Day 10th May and that due notice
will be given of the arrangements made
at the proper time.
Tke Suppsel Infan rfcide
Maggie Morebead, the colored woman
remaining in jniii after the release of
the other prisoners Thursday, was i
yesterday morning set at liberty by the
coroner, the jury not having evidence
before them that justified her further I
detention. The trial before Judge
Shipp, therefore, did not take place.
The matter fa still involved in mystery.
. . . -
New Railroad Offices.
As before stated in these column&the
management of the Carolina Central
Railway Company will shortly proceed
to the erection of a sutstantial brick
building at the intersection of Trade
and A streets, on the lot better known
as the old "Wilkes foundry lot," the ;
buildings on which it will be remem
bered were burned down some months
ago. The new edifice will be 88x160
feet, two storie3 high, and will beespe-1
pi ally arranged for the business offices
of the company.
-We were glad to meet Mr. J. Tip-
pett, of Philhpsburg, N. J, yesterday
in the city. Mr. Tippett is the contrac
tor who is having the stand-pipe of the
water works erected here.
Ex-Judge Scigenck passed through
the city yesterday en route to Greens
boro, on professional business.
-ttev. T. H. Strohecker will preach
in the Lutheran church on Sunday
morning and evening.
The Misses Holmes, of Salisbury,
N.C who have been the guests of Mrs.
Linton for a few days, returned home
last evening, . .
Adjutant General Johnstone Jone?,
and naitt. Iradell Jones, oassed through
the city yesterday, en route to Philadel
phia, whither they were carrying their
brother, Capt. H. P. Jones, for treat
ment Capt Jones condition Is repre-1
seoted as being much improved, and his
nhvsieians are confident of bis recov
ery with proper treatment.
Central Hotel. B C G Love,
rting's Mountain i T L Corfe,PhlladeJ-.
himis f! Kramer. St-Louis;. M
Wood,' Washington ; J W Oliver, Atlan- J
ta;LC DeSaussure, Columbia; WH
Umh a s JnnM.J Jones. North Card-f
11...T1T Wctafli, HWrh J- H Irani
-J www . .
ton; J B Moore, W N.C KiSj T U btro-1
neca.er, i w ieisicr, tMmvai,yi, v
Chesapeake & Ohio Bail way ; upt ; v
Q Johnson J)hn K Urown, wummg-1
ton ; J W Ardrey, Fort Mill ; J L Wil-1
Theo Levy and
mjfa "NT aw York : J udse scnencK, Aiin-
colnton ; H C Dunlap. Georgvaj UM
TV liV ' w
Sadler, othijarouna; - AT.m,
Buss, J J Baxter, j m. uwi,
' . -w w tifi.& UAiti
Chablotte, HoteiS J Nicholson,
Steel Creek ; L Southerland, Hicwry ;
Mrs J W Trimble and son, a J were,
Salisbury ; Thos Page, Baltevme, Va ;
DB Miller; Pinevule; Henry spawinf,
D B MiUer. Pinfivuie; AienryopawAiA,
nis Bennett Wm Cunehan, New YorK;
JnoMcCprtaickr; KC; J ,T .. Barnett,
MatthewBj MA Jones, F P UCO J m
Trimble.CC RB; &. H Lowe, Lowet-
viHd; J H elT. ter Jas Kesson,
IWerelw, Wilmington; W AMuins,
it ai i :
hniM .knnks. CtllPmUBKSV CDDUwia. T
Details sad PartlctiUM of tae fiadiag
lof tke nor t Thamta OaskiMst ;,
' At thetinie of the inyitarioni disap
pearance of Thomas Basklnx. inf De
cember, we publisntfd tUtiiefaetafftttj
uuname, ana a aay or two ago we an,,
nounced the .nndinar of , the dWl odt
of the nnf ortunate yottng "inkfj. I The
followiDsr, front the last issue 'of the
Monroe Express, gives more of the parf
ticulasa than we ; hare pew able toob
tain from any other source
"While Mr. Leroy S. Secrest and titrc
of his sons were engaged tin Buntlftf
for8ome missing sheep; on , TttesrJjSt
evening, they discovered !y? haifc' ft5 un
doubtedly the remains of Tboinas Bas
kins, who 1 mysteriouslt disappeared
while on his way home from this place
on the night of the 80th of December
last The discovery was made in the
woeds about a quarter of a mile to the
left of the Davis Mine road, near the
old Watts house, about five miles front
Monroe. This patch of woods it was
thought had been thoroughly searched
for traces of him at the time of his dis
appearance, but it seems this particular
locality had been overlooked. The disr
co very consisted in the finding of his
skeleton (the bones being entirely de
nuded of flesh), his clothing, hat, shoes,
a bottle of medicine, a bottle about
half full of whiskey, and his purse,
which contained 45 cents in change.
The night of the disappearance it will
be remembered, was extremely cold,
and it is supposed that Baskins being
drunk, the mule had wandered from
the road, and that he had fallen off and
been frozen to death. The bushes sur
rounding the place of the discovery
showed evident signs of having been
picked off by the mule, which it is prob
able had remain edfor some time in the
Baskins was a young man about SO
years old, and although considered ec
centric was well thought of by those
who knew him. He was living at the
time of his disappearance, and had been
for several years, with Mrs. Mary J.
Walker, who resides near Antioch camp
ground, in the northern portion of the
county. He had been to Monroe on
business for Mrs. Walker and was on
his way home when last seen.
There is no suspicion of any foul
play having been used, the whole cir
cumstances precluding any such idea.
It is a matter of congratulation that
such is the case.
Mad Dogs Does History Repeat. Itself?
Considerable excitement exists at
present in the city, due to the frequent
accounts of the appearance of dogs said
to be affected with rabies. As we have
frequently said, we hold that the disease
of hydrophobia is so horrid and the
chances of recovery so small, that any
sacrifice of dogs is a small matter in
comparison with the risk of any of our
citizens suffering and dying in the ago
nies of this terrible malady. Still, it
may perhaps allay the fears of some to
know that well authenticated cases of
hydrophobia in human beings are really
very uncommon. Many dogs killed as
mad are actually not so. So rare, indeed,
do some of our scientificmen here con
sider the occurrence of canine madness,
that a physician in this city offers a con
siderable reward to any person who
will produce a dog really suffering from
And even when persons have been
bitten by mad dogs, according to sev
eral authorities, less than one in twenty
contract the disease. So that Gold
smith's poem, which we give for our
readers' benefit, is not inconsistent with
the testimony of those who have made
close observation in this matter. This
is the poem: -
i XUtQX OX-TXX DSAXH OF A MAD .DOG.
Good aeole eB, of every aorv --
iirre ear unto my sens, - , -.
..And U you flad It wondrous enort :
It cannot hold yoatong.
In Islington there was a man.
1 01 whom tne world ndgnt sut
lut wuivui;iwv u im
Whene'er In went to pray,
A kind and gentle heart be
To comfort friends and
The naked every day he dad-
When be put ob hu MOtbta.
And In tkat town a dog w
i, man ilnn thm be..
Both motxtrel, puppy, whelp, aadiound, .
, Ana can iqwaecm. ,
Tins man knd dot at flirt were trienda;
: But, whenntque began. . i-.-. -The
eos;, to tain his privet endp.
Went med and bit the mao, . . , ,
The wound it seetnad both sdre and ad
To every Christian eye; ' . '
And wbfle Qjey awore Om dog wai mad,
.They sworotnenanwoula ola, i ....
Bat toon wonder eanw te
mast anawed the roeuel tber
The man reeovtred of tne bite
Tne dog w wastaat uea.
Let us. hope' that such may be the
1 result, should any of our friends hare
the .misfortune 'to be the vicUm of ahy
pnvater enas ornaiswwreswry, wck
Hum after the fashion of the dog in the
poem. Mean whiles however, precau
tions afVtflie i andtropjr. j
i i i a
About Tkat Bed Qmilt.
The Winston Republican says: Some
weeks ago we published an item giving
the number of pieces in Jted quilt, the
property and handy work of one of our
lady readers. Our sprightly contempo
rary, the Char1x)TTe Obsebveb. -put
up" several better and Called" oif
hand. We are happy to-day to be aWe
to "ante? whifb we 40 Uwnb the f ol-
lowing letter, which speaks for itself u
Neathak, N. AprU 1. 1S83.
iHftor unkm enubBeea.Wtostoa,Il,C: v
1 1 - TlKAB. KTS 1. JdlSS jSiues J sjarxois, OK
- ..J !... w ir'-
5 ith os4. The duilt can be seen
i at any tnnifrHK a, w vmivu d. i
if gome of cur lady reader don s nwp
ns qattQS shall rthfow up-jii$ Bangle,
navo been betting on. , WhottJ t
Saaravcitv of a Cat
""on. Drought a large cat to
. . friends: iu the city a few
. aff witbta week the cat
turned up at his idence,eleyett mil
from town. The cat Jiad been, pi
in a sack, and had; beed LprougM to
Charlotte rn the bottom of an ordinary
i possibly Ml WWVUm P0""-
wajron A dirty andfoot0,!p
iti.Mnol: carried him. back to the old
fMrtoriibut the effort wM ttuch'
:JSm JinA he laid down and died
only four .dart aftef pM DacK nome.
BvmTaAT fiwKY.-A merchant
.II uu, ....
in fhia citv naa tnree wu -st-
tens. which were
nnsseaaion or me iwre
ratnrainv to thSf StbrTOfiB ttO
Mil' AisYnnHqh -tllfitm id ; Wvww m
i -ra r. iivnl r ' t
"Oade nxe the Brhacb Dear.
i PricaAs 1 0a I'Boref WFjxt4ae
itnk ta&UU& isieomiir&)dhailotte
ucm Jor nita rjroier ; otjflrTimca.; The.
following has been mapped -wit -the
v UL That ! Wedheadav4 tin , Ilth rOf
May, be spent in nisxterihg all fioops
WHicn iotivb an uai oari Ukiu
: 2d. Thursday, the 18tV procession
wiU be tformed at . o'clock to assemble'
at a place iiereafter to be decided upon
and:march te j ;i where-the,
exercises . will b duly opened with
prayer by the chaplain, to .be followed
Dy an aoaress oi wetconiev visyung,
soldiery br the mayor of the cityj At
the conclusion of the : addrjese the col- f
umn wiii.move to, -i ... t.;, , ..wnera
the different rifle teams will contend for
a prize to be awarded to 4he team maki
tng the best score, r, be:. n; .v l.,
3d. Friday, the l8thday,wUl be spent
in a prize drllL The best drilled com
Danv (numberinir not less than 24 men:
2 guides, 3 officers) to be awarded such'
JtK annM frti'n-rtfH -fTl ihrnn..i,ln.l
will form at 9 o'clock and will march to
iBderndenc 8quare, where th , in
spection of the North Carolina State
troops by the Governor and .staff ; will
take place. .Thti procession will then,
move to . . Wfiere, speeches
will be deliTered.:by such persona a
may be decide upon. At the conclu-i
sion ox the speakiug the procession wiu
be formed Into line and, mdye toi; nde
pehdence Square, where each; company
will be delivered, to Its commanding,
officers. V ; i
A Fireman's Tournament will then
take place . between the Charlotte fire
companies and the visiting firemen ;A
pnze to be awarded the auccessiui com
pany. Respectfully submitted, , :"
i x . woxrsa, captain.
F. J.' AHfiEjfs; 1st Lieut
G. T. Coleman, 8d Lieut
CLT. Hanson. 1 v
C. T". WaixesL. ':
P.H.PHETJLN. ' .
Chief end Offlfters C. F. D.
TPhe usuai mee.thig of thW association
wjas held last night, a reading by .Mr.
Charles Hudson, and recitation: by
Mr. Benjamin Thomas gaining the ap
plause of the members present; and the
music under the charge of Miss Carrie
Frazier, contributing, to the evening's
Death of Mr. George D. AUen.
A telegram was received, here late
yesterday: evening conveying the sad
intelligence that Mr. George D. Allen
died at 2 p. m. in the city - of Jackson
ville. Florida, and that his remains
would be immediately conveyed here
for interment in our beautiful Elm-
Mr. Allen was for some years a mem
ber of the firm of Spencer & Allen, of
this city, and was known here as a Suc
cessful business man, a perfect, gentle
man, a good citizen and a zealous mem
ber of the Methodist church. His health
declined a year or so ago; aid he has
been traveling in the West Ladies and
other southern localities, with the vain
hope of fighting off the "fell destroyer."
He came from Nassau, N. P to Florida
a few weeks ago, only to find that the
change had not benefitted him.
His remains will be brought to the
city to-day or to-morrow, , and due
notice will be. given of the f uperat
Tke Graded School qmesttoa , ,
The Observer stated some days jtga
that "what the people of Charlotte ndeiif
d to have a first class graded school,
was a "school ' ootamittfee- in; sympathy
with the traded school' laW1 Quid
Nunc took exception to the etatement
and asks us to state the reason why the
assertion was made. ! ,The facts them
selves are apparent. They were elected
two years ago, and If we are- correctly
Informed tfilBy bAye1
eoort to carry out the law, Tue iney
were tied np some time by jut injnpc-
tion which went to the Supreme court,
but that was dissolved some . time ago,
and time enough nas eiapseoince tnen
fox them to have taken some . steps for
ward. The presentcity schools are car
ried on under the nfnerar scaool law,
while wet have .a. , speciai school Jaw
which is supreme, and which the votars
of the city aloost to a man have said
they wish to .ee. carried .out 1 These
school wmmittwement -are charged by
th a! r (vtnat i tnn . with aeein the law
enforced. Have, they done it,, or nave
they made sii 'effort to do it ?! When wr.
see tua ouj . cnarges ,or inacwTii.j:a
nonenajruo ; ue com
mittee honor soonerthan Thb Obseb-
ves-' but until then we waot-it under
stood that wb haveuot femfiht for good
common schools to .Cnaott .for.eijgbt
years to pec all eiloru ijo a ,rIugntDe-.
cause 01 tne inacuon 01 a commiwiee
ciiargeci.wun tne execnuoo 01 mf w.
WAABttNOJrOW. Awlil.'I. Allddle 'AV
iantic Stateai ' Fair weather. soutrJexiy
shifting to' teasteriy a winds,v( huaier,
Darome&err;'5E y taum
temperature.1 -- -t 1 1 jjif inom ja a j
South Atianucstaxea: r air weainer
fmntriArlv winds, fallini, followed bv
Gdif i5-fttw;'jrair weameiv;somner
clotidy'weatiier ana rnn. ;toowea oy
" 'i."TTt itjult trOfirrltaia.' ' i! 1 1
WiiAfAd hv Thomas Je:
Sf thiTrailtv and hbrarian of the TJ;
versity of Virgiriia,inuie year 1825, ana
who has filled lost pfflce , ever since,
ai ffiiiTatTewIrieJin the
B&UL year oz bus ;ago jaii apwin -uiwit-
to oce torn la we jrx weiui-
lianmentof thsiuniverjKCT oyiwBsezson,
and -he (filled tb position) mtn grs
ndeutjR and universe sausraouoo. i
Bd'n, i nuil Je.i "f'f bmiqM
, tfJIK . - 1
spatcbes rsporte hserSes tjtonladoes:
mm 3ii1rhJgan: attended bv oms i re-
wtnd.i ' Houses were dettet1sned eltar
nnn nlanM tfl f Kan -iff, tOWSi Tlttti. iff
andliuihigaa, ud livoa were lost in alt
of thesefiwates. . .,- . J
aiubouteurinsthe trouWeaoroe eou-h. ahouW
takeooradtieeandiMwatfloew t sairs -CwUe
aamiB.a9dntwwU . j. .nn-aj
MMIWAlivyHWll - I ttwl ft If irt I I
f -. ; r r 4ri W M 1
i vi.fi y
A LAJtGK LINE
Frocks and Yesfe,
WILL BE COUFLEUE,
-A D -
WE WILL PRESENT!
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1 -) Jfl
..w fli b-I9Al':-11I .DjJ'ZiuJ
n-iU ,nt -wil .A .1- iiti: .S-vi-.-!'i
i fi'. ytli89Y iJ'?70HiUJI :lSWOftJ('P. 1
d ticw sved oJ btnatKjiie 8fifiui: v M r
j.biV ki jl .JiWODw'OHIiiJi lu'J.'Iil ':. :
J'tttl siiJ.ejJw&J.'i i3i hull
OI CSIJOiI5 Jr
stoum edj la ebiirti-owi Jx;odA
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til II 'i r u . 1 .1
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TO OCE PBODDCTIONa ' t
r vm v-'S4 cv vva, aov
WE HAVE FLAG 20 OS. OUB
A lAJtQK LOT OY
ITEW1 1 DESIRABLE
"t TtJLLT WOBTH 60c, to be
, , . foW. without reserve, at
25c 25c 25c 25c 25c
ANOTHKB LOT OF
12e IS 12c 12e 12 12 Mrs
HandsoM Printed Lawns,
614c 6U 6o 6o 6e 614c QVic 614c
200 PIECES l&o
Fahcy Lawns, at
lOo lOe lCc 10c 10c
12Vie 12t4c 12Vic 123 12lfcc 12iAc 12c
Ladlea, yoa are all Invited to examine our NEW
IN WHICH WK WILL OFFER
FUR THIS WEEK.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
JUg ENTIRE SILK STOCK.
Black and Colored Silks,
AT 60 CENTS.
A BARE CHANCE
at Harveloualr LOW PElCEa
W- w. ii alir a - - .
ler jCletha, Broak-
ffauiC exlae -YnkT Clotlaa, Doj-
TTwTlabltlB., Tevwile, 9
a . a
' Rtata, Biic, ntattlnsr,
" Cocoa euad Straw,
neu and Wr pricea job must see to fully ap
jtrefitaMXHir efforts to please the Trade.
lite Us !
j -W1 flJtVE-
Even Jabrle itOwoeed uMer that bead NSW,
Itlpsierr, CUoVM': t Motions
HITS SOI BUS nJEttLA l'SU
and we feel satisfied that we cannot fall to please
the most fastidious.
y't jiV, i i - .'i i - v
m- Those of Uu Bsadeis of this "Adv." who
cajuMtterpr as wiU a call, vUl lease send ,zor
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eradicates the disease, and utterly destroys toe
Cares Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu-
uuiTuusaur wmtes, ramrm jaentruaaon, Ulcera
tion of tne Uterus, Internal Heat, (.ravel, Inflam-
iauuu vi me Diaaaer, irniaDuity or tne Bladder,
or Wakefulness at ntirht. ihni-A i nn haitor
remedy During the change of life no Female
snouid be without It It Quiets the Nervous system
and gives rest, comfort, and nature's sweet sleep.
Cures Alcoholism, Drunkenness and the habit of
opium Eating. These degrading habit are by far
tne worst evils that have ever befallen suffering
humanity. Thousands ale- annualb ft m these
noxious drugs. The drunkard drinks iquor not
because he likes it, but loi the pleasure of drink
ing and treating his fritnds, little thinking that he
is OU bis road to Uln. Like the Onlum Rater hn
first uses the drug In small quntlUes as a tui'lss
aouaoce. Tne sootning mnuence of tne drug
takes strong hold upon Its victim, leading him on
to his own destruction. The babits of Opium
Eating and Liauor Drlnklno- are nrerlxalv what
eating is to allmentlveneKS, as over eating first in
flames tbe stomach. whlcH redoubles its cravings
until It paralyzes both the stomach and appetite.
8o every drink of ltqunr or dose ot opium. Instead
of satisfying, only aods to Its fierce Ores, until It
consumes the vlial force and i hen It "elf. like ibn
gluttonous tape-worm, it crlts tiive, give, glvel"
but never nough until Its o n rapacity devours
itself. Sa'UHrtcan NerviDe gwe instant relief in
such case (t produces sleep, quiets the nerves,
builds up (he nervous sfCem. and i us tores body
and mlno to it heathy condition.
SAM RITAN NERVINE
Cures Nerv isD; epsla Palpitation of the Heart,
Asthma, i racl UcrofulH. syphilis, dlsehses
of theKtd ysa aH diseases of the Urinary Or-
8ans . Nervous Debility, caused by the lndlscre
ons of youth, per" ne tly cured by the use nf
this invaluable rem ly. To you, youug- middle
aged, and old men. who re cov ring your suff-r-1',
gs as with a mantl iy 8lle'ce look up. you can
be saved by timely en .ts. and make oraamer.ts
to society, and 'ewe I the crown of tour Maker,
if you will. Do not k -ep this a secret 1 nger, until
ltsnpsyour vitals, and destroys both body and
sou . If you are thus afflicted, take DR. RICH-M-r
D'S SAMAMITj- N NERV1NK It will restore
your shnttered nerve , arrest pi" ture deity and
impart tone and energy to the wt-le bystem.
Cured my little girl of fits. She was also deaf and
dumb, but it cured her. She can now talk and
hear as well as anybody. Petkb Ross,
SAJTIAIH I AN NERVINE
Has been tbe means i. f curing my wife of rheuma
tlsm. J. B. Jilktcker, I'ort Collins, Col.
SAJIARH IN fVEKVIIVE
Made a 6ure cure of a case of fits for my son.
JK B. balls, UottsvUle, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo, reuraigla arj( sick headache.
MBS WM. HEN80N, rora.lll.
SAiTItlUc IIV NERVINE
Was tbe means of cui Ing my wife of spa-m.
UEV. J. A HDIB. BdUver, tOi
Cured me of asthma, alter spending over 83,000
with other doctors. S. B Hobson,
New Albany, Ind.
Effectually cured me of spasms.
MI3S JENNIE WABRKN,
740 West Van Buren btreet, Chicago, 111.
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
family physician, it having over 100 in 24 hours
uxmbx kites, vervnia, warren county, Tenn.
Cured me of scrotals after suffering for eight
yers. AluehT Simpson, Peoria, 111.
Cured ray son of fits, after spending 82,400 with
otuer doctors. J. W. Thobhton ulalborn, Miss.
Cured me permanently of epileptic ills of a stub'
norn character. hit. wh. jbaktiw,
Cured my son of fits, after bavlDg bad 2,500 in
eighteen months. Mrs. B. Fobks,
west ronsuam, n. i.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
XU8S UKLKNA aAKHHAI.I.,
Qranby, Newton county, Mo.
Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of many
years' duration. Jacob Sutxk, 8t Joseph, Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bility. OUTER MTXBS, UOMOn, OHIO.
Has cured me of asthma: also scrofula of many
years' standing. Isaac Jxvrxtx, Covington, Xy.
SAMARITAN N Ell VINE
Cured me of fits. Have been well for over four
yean. uh aki.xh jl vvbtis,
usbsjs, iwugias oouiny, joaon.
Cured a friend of mine who bad dyspepsia very
badly. Michael O'Connxb, Bldgway, Pa.
Has permanently cured me of epileptic fits.
uAvn xbxjlblt, oes Hoines, lowa.
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 years standing
UXJTKY tXASK, jrairneia, jaicu.
Oared my wife of a nervous disease of the bead
E. Gbahax, North Hope, Pa,
Cured my son of fits. Ha has not bad a fit for
about four years. Johs Davis,
. r . . woodbom, Maeoupln county, IU.
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Is tor sale by druggists everywhere, or may be bad
direct from us. Taose who wish to obtain further
evidence of the curative properties of Samaritan
Nervine win please enclose a 3-ceot postage ttvup
fot aeepy of. our' Illustrated Journal ofTHeaUh,
Ktvtng hundreds of testlmoclals of cure iroin pec
ionswbo have need the medicine, and also their
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