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Index to New AdrertisemeotS.
Trimlow -Washes and Jewelry.
- ItetmpQ' tun Blywfa foy 3 uly
is powder never varies. A marvel of parity
rth and wholesomeness More economics
n.a nniinair Kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition wth the multitude of low test, short
wrtirtit a urn or phosphate powders. Sold only In
X ' ROYAL, BAKINQ POWDER CO?
Sole Ant, Charlotte, NL C.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tottfc
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming, a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non-.
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor, ;
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi--'
Rev. G. W. Rice, editor of
the American Christian Re
view, says of Brown's Iron .
Cm., O., Nov. i6i88i. '
Gents : The foolish wast
ing of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, makes
your preparation a necessity ;
and if applied, wity save hun- '
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
I row's Iron Bitters,.
has been jEhorpitghly tested'
for .;dysjsja Juidigestron,'
ity, owwoumafJsiii, :':
neuralgia, cAnsumptiarr,' ';
liver cbmplklritl,' lddirejr ;
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and.,
permanent relief. ." -
NICE LOT 01 -
... , FO.CipPPlNGlV
Finest Canvassed Sugar Cure?' H&nis
. . ! 1
IN THE MARKET, : .
Frf HAY 3 I . -Vy.il i.
1 1 WMf4 a Cat Load of
7181 JAW VMTBl
More Fresh Goois
HOM . CHlPUjJTS.
; tSJ'A fishing party ieftthe city last
iiigl!0w the Bapks; pt; RpCjkj River, in
Union county.wbere they expect to stay
fUattfSaturday nrgkt. : I
LB" i ne concert or the buna jaaa..&t!
the court tioiiaelakt night was attended
by arge-crowd, and they allpro
nounceditTo"bea"good thing, j
This is the orienine day! of tVa
cpippencement at EnV-MOuritam
High school. Quite a large party went,
db'wn on the Air-'lJjne ttain last night
to attend the exercises. ' -'
It- Rev. J. T. Bagwell, pastor of
the Tryon Street Methodist church, hss
been confined to-bed for the" past few
days by a severe affection of the
throat . T ".',,'.'
-feThe Democrats of . Cleaveland
C Hinty held a convention at Shelby" last
Monday, to appoint delegates to the"
.State, and Judicial .. convention s." ;Thd
delegates were' instructed to vote for
Mr. R. R. MeBrayef or solicitor of this
The Carolina Central is taking
the palm over all. the . other roads cen
tering at Charlotte'; and if "they do hot
wake up they will get badly let. New
.tracks, rock ballasted, and. a fine new
brick depot, evidences the Carolina Cen
tral's improvement and progress,-
UTThe Monroe cornet band struck
the town last night with "Babies oh
our block.1 They are on their way to
King's Mountain commencement where
they play to-day, and will go from there
to Spartanburg to play for a school
concert at that place. " . '
"Delaware Banks, the colored
drayman who was put in jail a week
ago as insane, was released after wards,
it appearing that he had come all right,
again. This -belief did not hold long
after he gained his liberty, for ha soon
started on the warpath against hiswife
and neighbors. He was. taken back to
jail Wednesday night j
tW The pic-Bic-ofthe Calvary Meth
odist Sunday school yeste'rday,! was
quite a8uccessful affair, being very
largely attended: All seem to have en
joyed the day immensely.; j To, Mr.c
Ludlum's untiring attentions ttnd ef
forts to entertain the pic-nic cro'wxl,,is'
much of the day's.njoyrjaent due and
to him are the thanks of the whole par
ty returned. - "-
"The basement of Tryon!., Street
Methodist church presented a liveij
scene last night during the progress of
the festival and musical entertainment'
given by the Library Association. TLe
room was crowded and the receipts
must have been good. The singing.by
he children was. pronounced to be
splendid. Prof. Lasne's flute solo was
encored three times. The apple dump
ing ; 'match was postponed to some fu
Tryori Street Methodist Sunday School
will picnic on the Carolina Central to
day. The train leaves Asbury's cross
ing, on Fifth street, at 8 o clock, and
wijl return again at 5 p.-ro.
L&i special train" will Teave early this
mormngr for Columbia j bearing-a ineny
party of young ladies who have, con
ceived the plan, of having a - pic-nic in
that City; Mrs. Davidson and Mrs.
McAden will chaperone the party. ,
m m f i
Skipping Over the Rails.
The. Richmond- and . Danville" fast
mail which is due.hete a'fcX:i p. m.,did
ijt arrive last 'Wednesday until about
3. o'clock, having been delayed by some
Korthern connection. ".. When it-came
in Tom Shivers had his engine steamed
up:' ready to hitch., on and carry' it
through to Atlanta. Jim McUool got
on and pulled the-, bell ord for Tom to
VV11W. . V"4 jpy-vs .Vuv uufc tut
as far back as it would go -and steamed
off,' . The run of that bain to Atlanta
was' one xf , tjbe', fastest ; ever made;
When it reached the Union depot in
that place it was only ten minutes be
hind schedule time,, haying made up al
most two hours 'on the run. : .
lllairriage 6f a ;Fdriher Charlotte Young
ldy.. . ..
Miss Emily. J.. Grose, a young lady
who f brnierl' resided In Gharlotte, and
whip has-a gwat Bumber otf friends and
WiUlU Olf 1U -UMO 4aviO a? mv
day. the-bh.insfe,-to Mr jJ H. Vivian,"
ot. California. 3. F.' Mcee Esq., pe?
forinea thexteshichinade the happy
twain one. After tne weoapg a sump
tuous supper.was enjoyed by the newly
wedded-andjthe guests. A number of
invited .iriends from Charlotte were
present:' The happiest congratulations
of i&e manv friends of the bride" in this
citv 20 out' fe hr, with toe wish that
her life jnay be m happy sis .the years
A Train Goes Through a Ttestle.
No Northern mail" was' received in
this city yesterdaj liripfning and the
"cause of its -failure b reach here was
4ue taau accidenr: whiciioecurred on
ihe Virginia lilinnflBailriad Wednes
dayi evening. -The soutnem Douna
freight train on that road wencinrougn
a trestle about thirty miles; from -Dan
ville. The entire train, with, the excep;
tion of the .engine "arcl tender went
down, making a . wreck: -of bbtfi "train
and trestle. 'The rnefir and firenian
escaned unhint'tiiiftiokiductor had
a lee broken: nd on& braketftan Is sup
. .;'- i -' 'A'.t! 1, A
posed to have neen.. im apiy wubuw,
while another was pretty badly bruised,
Them'ailin,-pa6?erJger3 dn the south-
tranaterredatthe'scene of the wreck.
A4aree r88 ananas were ac wors
butluing-a new-treHv u;u W1;f
1th Xm Af er i ;Flre.
Oor city -na-quw--i"" wwi
from a large.fiIlast Wedieaday, riight
rlia notiave d blaze due
to the vlameet Poioe. Atui
11 o'clQCihaKntgh pfflcep.Irwin and
nark-omtng oult of the
-v? 'tit-tiif t.ran. iaiM
rll heads and- ma
jnwhln sfLOOinearf the lpoanapn l mi four-punces.
rnakingn'mspection Of the premises,.. UrtgWrn f--
found fire In the engine ana auout vue
. w .. . i n jtt w
through 'it Gfocer-ilrwlnl
Hu as owu ,- i a
chin sbop. 11? P"5 U1 luHiV
4 rtrf Itrie adjoinlnir "residences nroi
have maaff ftfl : anjajsingiy -iarge;piaze.
A Look Throueh the Gallery of
Charlotte Female institute. ' 1
There was butone "expression by the
large crowd ha thronged the;art gal
lery of the 6hartotte; Female Institute
last Wednesday nightandihat was the
high'esf adrnirdtibn and delight at what
was to be seen. The room was hung
from ceiling to floor with oil paintings,
crayons, panels, plaques, etc all of such
excellent merit and beauty as made it
hard to discriminate. The mantel piece
was a model of artistic workmanship,
being finished off in Queen Anne style
and the panels most beautifully paint
ed by Misses J. Hanna and & . Finlay-
- - m - ' A m 1. -1 . J
son. Turning trom tne mantei ana
glancing around the room the display is
almost bewildering and one has to
stand still and look a long tjrne before
attention can "be fixed upon any certain
object. .Naturally the aresft picture in
th&'room ould catdli the eye first and
this was a fine oil painting, massively
framed, representing a "View on the
Delaware," by Miss S. E. Finlayson.
This young lady's display of paintings
and works of art was very large and
meritorious; She exhibited a top table,
banner screen, alabaster plaque, satin
sash, slate panel, cedar birds and cher
ries, three plaques, six paintings; papier
inache plaques, toilet set, fan and wri
Miss J. Hannah's crayon portrait or
Rev. W. R. Atkinson, the principal of
the school, was strikingly lifelike and
excellently executed. She also exhibi
ted a screen, slate panels and tiles fla
mingoes, japonicas and passion flow
. i i.i
ersj papier macne piaqu umo jy
and Mexican bird ; ebonized wood pan
els, crayon head and painting, "Au
Miss Alice Spring's collection was
notably fine, among her pictures, The
Huntsman, the Windmill, Ferry, Sun
set by the River, and After the Shower,
were much admired. She exhibited in
addition, a table top, jewelry box, three
plan, ues, Easier egg and paper weight.
tre" was a strikingly pretty picture, as
was also Ocean View, Arcadia and
River Scene &U from, her brash. Her
display pf plaques and panels was un
excelled, showing five plaques and four
panel pictures. A beautifully painted,
fan completed her exhibit.
Miss Iva Parka bad a very large and
pretty display, of pictures and tancy
paintings. Mountain Scene After a
Storm, The Meadows, Alpine Lake and
Solitude, were pictures that attracted
much attention. as also did her collec
tion of panel pictures, eight in all. She
showed besides, a photograph trame
toilet set, plaque and two fans.
Miss Louise, De Wolfe's display was
very attractive. She exhibited tne skiii
and cunniug of her brush and pencil in
nve pictures maaonua . aim vuiiu,
Landscape, "Douce Satisfaction," Wait
'for me, and New Fouhdland Dog, after
Landseer, Three studies in figure, six
Minton tiles, set of dessert plates, four
china plaques and two cups and saucers,
were also shown by, her.
.Mrs. J. L. Chambers' screen was very
handsome, and so was her decorated
table-, painted porcelain and fan and
ebonized wood panels.
Miss Viola Carmichael exhibited a
vase of calla lilies, five landscapes, sun,
Jlowers, morning glories, cattle, Rose of
Sharon and Queen Margarettes.
Miss Marjory McQueen, five pictures,
The Old . Rectory. View in the Alps,
Stony Point, View on the Hudson and
River Scene. Three fans and two neck
laces, all pretty as could be. Terra cot-
Ja plaque and vases and decorated ta
Miss Bettie Stubbs, decorated table
four plaques, paper knife, fan, palette,
two belts, nair of Terra Cotta vases
"hftaniifjiTL and naoer weieht.
Mi, TT. A. Savaee. China plaque.
China Jpahel, pair of plates and threekk
ebonized wood panels
Miss Codie Phifer,
TOrd; object studies.
Mina Adriifl Averv. SeDtembet;
J ' s
Fidelia Bridges; alabaster pLq
roses, and paper weight.
' Miss Hanna Jones, screen four pan
els ; Terra Cotta vase and papier mache
plaque Baltimore Orioles
Miss - Maffffie McDougald, -ObjeeH
Studies, Book of Drawings, Landsoape.j
Almost Caught, Ferns
Miss Lillie Miller, Book of Drawings.
Lianascape; . : -
Miss Addie Neisler, Book erf Draw-
inirs" Landscape. '
.i.Miaa Hallie Bennett Book ot Dravr
Master Rene Bidez, two J)oka.55t
Miss Minnie Cochrane, Bay Ot N&El"
Book of Studies. ' ; ".
Miss Lou Evans, collection of draw
Miss Rosalie Wilkes, porcelain: paint
4 Mrs. L.1R. Wriston, Landscape,:
The exhibition was certai
creditable to the young ladies a&Pfblt
teacher It was a grajid display, and
vne which., would be hard to exnel in;
any other institution of the Sdnth..:J
. . - . j r .
.Digging up a Red Man. j :',,
lnb. Henderson, a colored manwhb
farms in Long Creek and who is more
familiarlr known as "the sh.ejifE. pf.
Pinch Got," came into the city yester
day, bringing a buggy full of old Indian
tfnn'ps. beads, arrows and bowsfhiph4rli;
:hejbacl:unearthed qn his farmgEn wU
in? a new niece oi grouuur "kmo
mpnnd wasin his way and he began tpi
l Jevel it, Jittle thinking of the strike he'
. was going to make. After removing a
fAwshfwftla of dirt he encountered,
qfyed'of flmt'fockand getting theseut
nf the wav he eame upon a bunch of
hair whichife smoothed out and fotmcl ,
ttbe!liillTtliree-feet long. He had !
hardly, laid, it.upon the ground, before a
"whiff if wlof 'struck it, when it immeX
J-ia,telyvfelLlo fPj. much dut. This in
terested John ana ne wean WWo.ra
Y&eiiiWZftP first' lift of hisWef
LxealedAKtaning skull, whicbf was'iav
fonce recognized as that of an Indi-hy
f ili petsil&r1 shape.' ' John got out the
L entire SKeiewu yiwo uj W6
i 'Ha na hi i fir Lilian iciilo zjw4muuj uv.
r- " grJr
INTO THE ARMSOF THE POLICE.
A Young Ulan is Arrested on His Ar
rival in This City From Atlanta and
liocked Up. . -:
Yesterday afternoon; a short time be
fore' the 4.30 o'clock train from Atlanta
came in, Chief of. Police McNinch re
ceived a telegram from Capt A. B. Con
noly, chief of the Atlanta police depart
ment, telling him to arrest; a young
man named Charles Brant, who was
expected to arrive in Charlotte on that
train. The telegram gave a good de
scription of the person wanted and
stated that his arrest was ordered on
the charge of grand larceny. Police
men Carter and Irwin were dispatched
to the depot, and on the arrival of the
train they at once recognized Brant
among the passengers and took him in
charge. On being informed that he was
under arrest, Brant walked quietly
along with the officers to the guard
house, where he was locked up to await
the arrival of an officer from Atlanta.
Brant is a young man, well dressed
and of genteel appearanee. He is known
to travelers on the roads South of this
place as a "news-butcher," having serv
ed that capacity for a number of years.
He appeared to take.his arrest as light
ly as possible, assuring the officers that
it would be made all right as soon as he
should get back to Atlanta. Some of
his friends who were in the city at the
time of his arrest, visited him at the
guard house and offered him all the
comforts that money could buy, and
cheered him up with kind words and
assurances of their belief in his inno
What the nature of the theft in which
he has been engaged is not known. The
officers found money to the amount of
$276 on his person, which they turned
over to the chief of police for safe keep
The Atlanta authorities were yester
day evening notified of the arrest of
Brant, and an officer is expected to ar
rive here with a requisition for him
Orchard and Garden.
Mr. J. P. Hunter, of Mallard Creek,
came into our office yesterday with a
couple of peaches as large as base balls.
They are the Amsden's June variety
and the finest seen this season.
On last Sunday, 4th inst, Mrs. W.
Matthews, of Dallas, pulled a large and
thoroughly matured tomato from a
vine in her garden. It was brought to
our office yesterday and locked up in
our glass case, with the peaches and
other good things.
Stone for the Pavements.
The street committee yesterday let
out the contract for furnishing stone to
pave and curb the sidewalks of the city
to Mr. C. L. Hope, of Gaston county.
Samples of the stone he is to furnish are
to be seen in front of the court house,
He is to be paid Z3 cents per square
foot for flagging and lineal foot for
curbing, according to the contract
agreed upon and is to begin cutting the
stone at once.
Railroad Rates for Davidson Commen
cement. The Associated Railways of Virginia
and the Carolinas will furnish the usu
al reduced excursion rates to visitors to
Davidson commencement, on June 13th
The Raleigh and Gaston, Raleigh and
Augusta Air-Line and Carolina Central
f Railroads will give return tickets at the
rate of three cents a mile.
The N. C. Railway will give round
trip tickets to Goldsboro for one first
Reduced rates will be given on the
S. C. Central and on the Western N. C.
Sojourning in Mexico
XoBatable, Jio, Meanaxeceived a lei-
ter- yesterday, bearing,; a foreign post-
rnark and &i opening It was surprised
toe thnatee well known
bat m Irbjwise beloved citizen of Char-
Uotte signed at the bottom. It was from
FSadyjawpod, and was written from
Jaltipan, Mexico,, ,where Andy says he
is" Wfrktrii at 2L50 per week. - He says
in the course of- his letter that he gets
night and "every
ttmerreB"ittunE, x win pi you, uonn.
3j$p0ie4&lEr '.llie--weather and ab
seacSSf thecfAmericn tsitizen in that
tbcalit. . ays. there are none but In
Mah4MlcaitgieAsers where he is
4 fcndUiey; are not .-sociable. In a post-
r8CjIr&hf aceKoiisIy inquired about the
$2(T.reward offered for his capture by
;jyvMcAdencndJvanted to know
If anybody had got tt yefe
;:;Elwopd,s:name figures; in from three
to six-eases eri-e "docket of every
court held ia this place for a couple of
albap:Hecaped-from his guards
at jaaeniactoiTsoineiime ago anu
:this ftrie-.drs-newii i -heard from him
JJ Since, -tHm-lC a-upeu r it ve tue iaat.
i . . ,. - . .Lu 'V.'rrrt
' The fctreei attraction yesterday was
somehorse talk byProf A. A. Antrim,
the renowned horse, doctor. He stood
in hig, buggy in front of. the Charlotte
hoteiandtold; the crowd more about
f .the horse in. five minutes than any of
them had learned in a' lifetime. His
talk .wasiot idle blow, but real solid
horse sense. In enlightening the crowd
on-the nature and peculiarities of the
known as, spavin, he exhibited
ie"6f a horaWsLleft leg from knee
triqint to. ankle, which -had grown
boutth6;sizej4)f an ordinary leg, was
knotted- and crooked and filled with
tle like a sponge. This is the spavin,
Ka'atsease that is mcurame m anorse.
Hl8nint8 on shoeing horses were worth
Rearing by every, blacksmith. He had
; thelbopf of! ahorse, with shoe attached,
and shpwedt how the nails! were driven
intl tfie quick, causing lock-jaw, from
whichthe horse died. The blacksmith,
tdmake'the hoof look pretty and small,
L pared it aown, weaving oniy a.imn
IICIW' tcary. tlta nail. TTn
ouCii. 111.. yV411UU."A juwu lug uw.a.
many receipts ior cuciuk uonw vl
Vmends ginger and"
-Jor colic he recom-
the like just what
would be given to any person suffering
f rom the same, only in larger doses.
Ekrht times the -dose for' amah is a
dose for a horse.
;rTJoctor Antrim: was'in Charlotte thir
teen years ago. and since then has trav-
eT'airdyei(Uie vpatea States and n
rop'e. He; is known every where as a
tjitraLvcelebrated liorser doctor and his
knowledge" bt the horse is almost with-
Sut'limit? He.ls" now traveling through
le'Soulh during", horses and selling a
Fhorae hook? AU wid o wn
New Flour from New Wheat.
Mr. Eli H Hinson, a leading farmer
n Clear Creek tovnship, this county,
on yesterday presented us with a small
sample of beautiful flour made from
new wheat, and ground at his mills. II
certainly presents as fine an appearance
as any flour that is of can be put on the
market, and we realize for the first time
the great abundance .and the early
availability of the wheat crop.
The Herodian Mystery Explained.
Many of our readers in this city who ,
saw the puzzling exhibition called the
Herodian mystery, during the week of
the 20th, and who racked their brains
in the vain endeavor to 'see through
it," will be interested in the following
which is said to be the true explanation
of the way in which the living head is
arranged : Take a convex, perpendicu-
ar, triangular mirror, place it standing
in the northeast corner of the cabinet ;
on the northwest corner place an ob-
ong vertical mirror, so that the reflec
tion from the opposite mirror will ab
sorb the reflecting propensities of the
other mirror; then secure a horizontal
mirror, place it so it will exactly reflect
on the diameter of the mirror in the
northeast corner. Then procure a sub
ject, place it upon the positive plate of
an electric battery of two hundred tons
power; let the negative pole of the bat
tery be in contact with the mirror at
the northwest corner of the cabinet;
place the head through the diameter of
the vertical mirror and the body will
i i i
Chaklotte. J E Massey, Fort Mill ;
Jno J Lowne, Norfolk ; Capt Wm H
James, Salisbury ; John S Adams, N C ;
L M Reamy, Hawleysville, Conn ; 66
Knight, Cincinnati; A K Mayhew,
Maryland ; M L Mott, N C ; A K Mar
shall, Texas ; Mrs M L Souter, S C ; B J
McLean, Baton Rouge, La; WW
Meares, Conn ; R H Cowan, N C ; G S
Resse, Baltimore ; LL Lewis, Mobile;
D M Miller, Advance, N C ; J J Archer,
Atlanta, Ga ; J W Humbert, Houston,
Texas ; R H Mullery, G K Marks, Union
CH,SC;C H Weaver, Atlanta; J A
Setzer, Lowell, NC; N Murphy, Lan
caster, SC; A A Askew, Austin, Tex;
L L Man tog, Jefferson, Mo.
Central.- R L Bentley, Baltimore;
Col Thos M Holt, Haw River, N C; S
H Wiley, Salisbury, N C; W A Raleigh,
New York; T B Jones, Philadelphia;
Miss Maggie Pharr, Mecklenburg ; , Jno
A Dodson,N C; N Solomon, wife and
two children, New York.;. J W Oliver,
Georgia ; J W Bean, Lincolnton ; M W
Jewett, Dallas ; J A Solomons, NC; J
T Alderman, N C; Alex W Kluttz,
Baltimore ; L L Lawrance, Laurinburg ;
Jno C Kilgo, Clio, S C; S H Threadgill
and son, Miss Threadgill, Wadesboro;
Prof W J Martin, Prof A D Hepburn,
Davidson College; Miss Minnie New
kirk, Sampson county; Miss Carrie
Hines, Pender county; Miss Ida Mc
Kinnon, Shoe Heel ; Miss Mary Lomont,
Eayetteville ; Miss Stella McNair, Shoe
Heel; WPPegram, Alexandriana; M
W Crawford, J G Hood, J R Williams,
J B Fowle, Davidson College; J A Ar-
drey, Pineville; R A Dunn, N G; W;
Richardson, New York; F L MocX,
Baltimore: R H Johnson, New York;
WHTerrie. Baltimore; C F Colson,
C B Colson, Charleston ; J C Branan,
Georgia; J Mayer Cincinnati; W C
Coughenour, Baltimore ; W C Allan,
New York ; S A Gregg. Davidson Com
lege: A H Kidney, Frank Wheeler,
Golden Valley ; Jno F Early, NasfisiUe
W -W Waters, Reading;. ChasvFite;
Gaston county; T C McIlhenryrN C;
Dr J W Huckabee, NC; ER Ofcott and
wife, New York.
Tribute of Respect.
Whereas, It has pleaded Almighty
God, in the wise dispensation of His
Providence, to remove from our midst
our late comrade, .Joseph fcjymons.
Therefore be it
Resolved, That we, the members of
the Hornet Fire Company No. 1, do
with sincere sorrow record the death of
one of our most efficient members who,
when duty called, was ever at his post.
Resolved. That we da deeply sympa
thize with his relatives, and tender our
condolence to the afflicted family.
Resolved. That apage be inscribed on
our minutes, to the memory of our de
ceased brother, and that a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the family of the
deceased, and the city papers be reques
ted to publish. .
R. F. Stokes, )
P. F. Eagle, Committee.
M. L. Frazier, )
Charlotte, N. G, June 7th, 1882.
The Florence Hlgntlngale of tke Airscry.
The following Is an extract from a letter written
to the German Reformed Messenger, at Chambers-
Just open the oor for her, and Mrs- Wlnslow
will prove the American Florence Nightingale of
the nursery. Of this we are so sure that we will
teach our Susy to say, "A Blessing on Mrs. Wins
low" for helping ber to survive and escape the
griping, concKing ana teetning siege. Mrs. wins
low's soothine Syrno relieves the child from nain.
and cores dysentery and diarrhoea, it softens the
gums, reduces inflammation, cures wind cone, and
carries the Infant through the teething period. It
Derforms precisely what It professes to perform.
every part of It nothing less. We have never seen
Mrs. Wlnslow know her only through the prepa
ration of her "Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing." ii we naa toe power we wouia mane ner,
as she is, a physical saviour to the infant race.
sold Dy au druggists, ao cents a Douie.
In effective medicine for kidney diseases, low
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