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tfo, J, Tag No. . . Weight 1000 lbs.
SrillNGWATEIt MONARCH, 20I.
Bred by Mr. Eil. K. Hen, Millvillo,
Calved 7(li July, 1885.
Sire gum of Culrcock 2320 (2502)
by Sam of Dioughtae: (211(H)).
Dam N( Hie -1111 of tlic (J. eon 2120
(6048) by Hob of the Green (2(.()8.)
Grand iIhiii, Nellie 2d f ilio Oicen
(0058) by Nimiod 2d (2007.)
Thiul dam, Nilliu of Ilio Gieen.
Sam ok Ciii.iikock 21120 a bud
by J. McCutcheon, Culrcock, Gate
house, Scotland; and itnpnitcd by
Hon. M. H. Cochrane.
Hon of tiik Oiii:kn (2G08) was by
Bob of Laiullaugh (1001), which, tho
only time ho was shown, took a lead
iim prize ui Castle-Douglas against
120 competilois. His sue was Sir
Gurnet (tlO0),ii miii of Thing Dtiieh
niiin, (517), pinscihial as a Mipciior
bleeding bull, and who-e she wah
Nonnan (520). Hob of U.iullaugh's
daniw.is by Rob Hoy of Luinllniigh
(1105), u miii of a ea in tul breeding
bull, Nc1m.ii (1101.) B b of the
Giceti's (2008) dam was by Piinee
Bismaick (000), which tihud lii-t
pttu nt Caililu in 1870, and second
at I'ei Ih Uiglilaml Sooiolv's Show in
NiMison 2d (2007) was by Ninirod,
a miii ol Norman (520). 'I lie dam of
Nimiod 2d was by Sir John Ihe Gia
liain ("i22), piisnunllya disiinguishid
jnie-tukiiiK bull, and a, member of a
family of Galloway thai of Seniiia
iii i which wa.s unusually coiitpicu
oiit for m eial generations. Indeed,
Kir John the GiahamV dam and
graudam wcieboth Highland Society
Nillie 4th of the Green 2120 ii a
cow of excellent qualities anil much
No. 2. Tag No. 105 A. Weight
BORNEO BILL, .1014.
Bred by tho Inler-Slato Galloway
Cattlo Co. Kansas City, Mo.
Calved 27th Muv, 1880.
Siie Young Viscount 1885 (2713)
V Scottish Bouleulor(GOO).
D.im Alico of Boreland 023 (0313)
by Young Tom (2201).
Grand dam, Sonsy 2d of Borelaiid.
Third dam, Sonsy of Boreland.
Young Viscount 18S5 (2713) was
bred by Jas. Cunningham & Son,
and is a membur of th- Scmiramis
family, being out of Scmiramis 5th
(1410), and she out of SemiiamiH 2d,
1321, who was a daughter of Semi
ramis 7031, the foundation female of
the bomiramis family, so piovcibial,
wherever known, for their striking
l-et-umblanco and their unifoini qual
ity. Sconipn Bordkiiek fOGOl was by
Black 1'rincc of Diumlanrig 517,
the jnemier Galloway bull of his day,
for which 000 was lefueed when
eleven yeais of age, and whose blood
is nunc largely dill'iiscd through the
choicest hculs of Galloways than any
Other Gallowa known.
Amck of Boiikland 023 0313 is
a oiy choice cow and was originally
selected by Mr. W. C. Wecdon as a
member of his pergonal lieid.
No. 3. Tag No. 32. Weight 1740 lbs.
Bicd by Mr. M. R. Piatt of Kansas
Calved 5th December, 1885.
Sue Oambctta of Gailicstown
--1275 2122 bv Baliol (1475.)
Dam Black Mag 1202 by Loul
Grand dam, Maggie 5th 300 bv
Billy McNeil 327.
Third dam, Maggie Lauder 2d 347
by Our John 100.
Fouilli dam, Maggie Lauder 110
liy Black Jock 18.
Fifth dam, Empress 50 by Jock 10
Sixth dam, Beauty 11.
Gamulita or Gaklil.stown 1275
2122 was a bull of rumaikable merit
and an' excellent bioeder?
Ra.mullk 3775 is a lino smooth
beefy animal, and a few of his cross
bred heifer calves, owned by .Enoch
Morrill Em., Iteno, Nevada,' show
much piumiM' of lino milkers.
Black Mao 1208 will bo seen to
trace back to tho eailiest importa
tions in the Ameiican lieid Book.
.Tag No. 8.
DEHOBNER DUKE, 5055.
Bicd by Inlei-Stale Galloway Cat
tle Co., Kant-us Citv, Mo.
Calved 20thMay, 1888.
Sire Spihifcwator Monaich 2801
by Sam of Cuhiock 2320 2502.
Dam Hello Komi 3021 by Gallo
way King 1770 1701.
Grand dam, Mobs Komi of Slien
nantou 1720 by Maimadiiku of Cul
inaiu. Thiid dam, Moll of SliQiinauton.
Si'KiNdWA'mc Mukaiicii 2801 will
be found fully desoribed above.
Buu.k KohK 3021 is moio paiticu
larly described above.
v Galloway Kino 1770 1701J, foun
orly Mol'heison ol Killiuiingan, was
bred by JoM)ph NoilMin, Duinfiies,
xud was puichased by Mr. Maxwell
Clark of Culmaiu, bu a bind siio, but
on account of his siibbtauce, meiit
ami quality, ho was teemed and im
poited to tho States by Mr. A. B,
Matthews, ami he has pioion himself
a moht leimukable bleeding siiu, his
piogeny having again and amiiu se
ouied I ho liighct-t liouois in Ilio hhow
r'uif Howassiitd by (Jiicem-buiy
1027 and his dam Maggio of Killi
niifiean 2745 was by Maikhinaa 3d
Tag No. 4.
DE1IOUNEK JOCK, 5054. .
Bied by luter-Slalo Gdloway Cat
tlo Co., KaiibHb City. Mo.
Calved 13th May, 1888.
Sire Spiingwater Monaich 2801
by S.im of Oulieock 2320 2502.
Dam Black Sally 3020 by Gallo
way King 1770 1701
Oianil dam, S.illy 3d of Haokn,
J735 by Jock of Blackball 2301.
GALLOWAY & ANGUS CATTLE !
WOOBLAWN DAIRY & STOCK COMPANY, Honolulu, H. I.
Being a Draft fiom tho Celebrated Inter-State Galloway Cattle Company's Herds, Kansas City, Mo., and representing some of the'
best families of these famous bieeds.
AUCTION SALE OF THIS STOCK
Will be held at the Woodlavvn Dairy, Punahou,
Third dam, Sally oT Slacks bred by
J. Halliday, Slacks.
Fourth dam, bred by Mi. Biown,
Spkinowatkk Monarch 2801 will
bo found fully jiedigiced and describ
Galloway Kino 1770 is one of tho
very best Galloway Bulls on the Am
erican Continent to-day. Fuller par
ticulars arc given above.
His sire Queens-berry 1027 was
bred by the Duke of Buceleueh, K.
G., and embodies some of the very
choicest Galloway blood on lecoid,
besides being himself a piizo winner
at Castle-Douglas and Dalbeattie in
No. (i. Tag No. 17-
DEHOBNElt KING, 5052.
Bied by Intel-State Galloway Cat
tlo Co., Kansas Citv, Mo.
Calved 10th April, 1888.
Siie Spiingwater Monarch 2801
by Sam of Culrcock 2320 2502.
Dam Blackbiid Lass 3024 by Gal
loway King 1770 170.
Grand dam, Lizzie 5th of Tarbre
och 1718 by Knowsley 1270.
Thiul dam, Lizio 4th of Taibreoch
3438 by.Larriston 1030.
Fouith dam, Lizzio of Balig 2187
by Nomina (520.)
Fifth dam, Rachel of Balig (1315)
by Gcordio 2d (528.)
Sixth dam, Kate of Balig (1355)
Gcordio of Riggfoot (234.)
Soventhjdani, Old Kate belonging
to W, and J. Sheiiuan.
SriiiNawATin: Monahcii 2801 is
fully deM-ribed in No. 1.
Bl.uikiiiui) Lahb 3021 is .a veiy
choice and excellently bied animal
uniting from her sire and dam some
of the veiy choicest blood.
Knowm.ey (1270 (ruined fust for
J aged bulls at Peith, in 1870, and was
live limes lust in a single teaHon.anil
often conspicuous before and aflei
waid. Ho was of the famous Stanley
family, by Chieftain of Drumlauiig
(752), champion at Castle Douglas in
1875, against more than eighty com
potitnis, and his dam, Lady Stanley
of Druml.inrig (2858), won about half
a bcoie of lust and seveial second
pi ies, besides a number of champion
cups. Sho was by Pretender (017.)
No. 7. Tag No. 0.
DEHOKNER PRINCE, 5051.
Bied by Inter-Slate Galloway Cat
tle Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Cahed 0th April, 1888.
Sin Young VUcuunt 1885 (2713)
by Scottish ISouleier (000.)
Dam Ronnie Lass 2d 3010 by Gal
loway King 1770(1701.)
Grand dam, Piairie Labs 201 by
Thiul dam, Luev 502 by Black
Fouith dam, Jet 313 by Piince Al
Fifth dam, Black Itet-s 0 Imp. by
Mr. Jas. Graham in 1853.
Youno Viscount 1885 (2713.) See
Honnii: Lahh 2n 3010 is a choice
cow oiled by Galloway King 1770 and
out of Pi.iiiie Liimj 201, a cow which
trace- in the eailiest impoilatioiib
No. ?. Tag No. 15.
Bied by Ijiter-Stato Galloway Cat
tle Co., KaiiMis City, Mo.
Oalud 20th April, 1888.
Supplement to the Daily and
A.'V IS O'C LOCH NOON.
s "Weights Given of Cattle are of the time of Shipment from Sacramento, "a
Siie Spiingwater Monarch 2S01
by Sam of Culrcock 2320 (2502 )
D.un Buttercup Lass 3020 bv
Galloway King 1770 (1701.)
Grand dam, Jetsie's I'et of Baular
loch 171-1 bv Jock of Blackpark
Thiul dam, Mall of Bardanock
(5310) by Dutchman 2d (2101.)
Fourth dam, a pure (hilloway cow.
Si'itiNCiwATKU Monarch 2801 is a
inassivo, shoit-limbcd bull of much
substance. His pedigreo and des
cription will be found above.
Galloway Kino 1770 1701J is a
bull of very maikcd Galloway char
acteiistics and has proved hiniM'lf an
excellent sire. His progeny being
much appreciated both in Scotland
and the United States.
GALLOWAY COT7S AND
No. 0. Tag No. 515. Weight 1310 lbs.
BELLE ROSE, 3021.
Bred by Inter-State Galloway Cat
tle Co., Kansas Citv, Mo. '
Calved 3ul A pi if, 1880.
Sin Gallowav King 1770 (1701)
by Queensbury (10271.
Dam Moss Rose of Shcnnauton
1720 (0818) by Maimaduke of Cul
niain. Grand dam, Moll of Shcnmuitoii.
Galloway Kino 1770 (1704) will
bo found particularly described
Qokkn'khkhky (1027) is more fully
described under No. 5.
Moss Rosi: or Shknnanton 1720
(6848) was bied by Mr. Wm. M. Gie
och, K'ukcowan, Scotland, and wai
impoited by Mr. A. B. Matthews.
She is fi (Jin a well. and choice estab
lished herd and is a lemaikably good
gServed by Buigundy 3030,
3ui November, 1888.
No. 10. Tag No. 5. Weight 052 lbs.
ALICE HAWTHORNE 2d, 33S2.
Bied by Mr. Kd. K. Ilea, Millvillo,
Ray Co., Mo.
Calved 25th Novembei, 1880.
Sire Noueiiian 1070 (1573) by
Duke of Diuiiilaniig (007).
Dam Alico llawthoine 1035(4001)
by Hector of Kiikhill (1010).
Grand dam, Divina, bicd by
Mcssia. AndeiMiu of Mollat, Scotland,
and imported by Mr. Ilea, Milhillo,
NoitHHMAN 1070 is a giaudeon of
Black Piincoof Diumlanrig (510), a
hull not equalled in any le-pcct in
modem times: in fact, the premier
Galloway bull of the hiht (kendo, lie
was in tin- btud until 13 yeais of ago;
when 11 yeai sold $ 1,500 was icfused
for him. Duke of Diuml.iniig' dam
was Unmet of Diuiiilaniig (1030),
hciM'lf by'ii lirst pii.e Highland So
ciety bull, and, fiiither, a consider
ablo number of her produce have
taken Hist honors at all the national
ami leading piouucial shows. Duke
of Diuiiilaniig hiniM'lf won wheioior
he was shown.
Hector of Kiikhill (1040) w.f by
Samson (1120) of tho famous Balig
tlibc of Gallownys,
XySeivedby Ilornco Bill 3014,
13th Apiil, 1880.
No. II. Tag No. 131.
BLOOMING ROSE 2d, 3030.
Hied by lutei-Siate Galloway Cat
tlo Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Calved 20th Mav, 1S8G.
Siie Gallowav King 1770 (1704)
by Qneensberry (1027).
Dam Rote 3S5 by Black Jock 2d
Grand dam, Galloway Lass 231 bv
Piideof the Speed 150.
Thiul dam, Mauiuce 02 by Jock 10
Fourth d.ini, Newbie Lass 75, im
poited by Thos. McCrae, Guelph,
Galloway Kino 1770 (1701) is a
bull of lemarkable substance, quality
and constitution. 150 steiling over
his purchase price was oll'ercd to
leave him in England. Hccmbiaces
the best blood from the best Scotch
herds, and his produce hiuo won the
highest honors at the gieat competi
tive shows at Castle-Douglas, wheio
the very pick of tho Scotch heuls aie
annually brought together. For
further pailieulars regauling Gal
loway King 1770, see No. 4 this cata
logue. QiiKENSiiKiiKY (1027) is described
in No. 5.
Kosn3S5wasof the Win. Hood
lieid Guelph, Onlaiio, one of the
fust Galloway herds to acquiic dis
tinction in Canada and the United
g-Scrved by Ben IIur3G08,14th
Fein nary, I860.
No. 12. Tag No. 1. Weight 1110 lbs.
BONNIE MARY, 3011.
Bred by Intci-Stalo Galloway Cat
tle Co., Kantas City, Mo.
Calved 23rd July, 18S0.
Siie Young Viscount 18S5 (2713)
by Scottish Borderer (000).
Dam Maiy Hood 383 bv Black
Jock 2d 253.
Giand dam, Prairio Lass 201 by
Thiul dam, Lucy 502 by Black
Fouith dam, Jet 313 by Piince Al
Fiflh dam, Black Bess 0; impoit
ed in 1852 by Jas. Graham.
Youno Viscount 1885 (2713) is
fully demibed in-No. 2.
Hcomsii BoKDLKKit (000) is of tho
very choice blood and bleeding,
and acquired a very high lepulation
Maky lloon 383 was another of
Mi. Win. Hood's pioduotions. She
is a very choice cow and a reniaik
ablo bleeder. Last year, although
then Rlyeais old, (hopped and raised
a pair nf very liile twin bull calves.
ItWSoivcd by Burgundy 3030, 2d
No. 13. Tag No. 500.
GALLOWAY LASS 3ul, 1703.
Died by A. B. Matthews, Kansas
Cahed 5th Fein nary, 1885.
Siie Galloway King 1770 (1701)
by Ojieoiisbeuy (1027).
Dam Galloway L.us 231 by Piido
of tho Speed 150.
Giand dam, Mauineo 02 by .look
Thiul dam, Newbie Lass 75 Imp.
by Moss Tiooper 74 (200).
Finn th dam, a puio bied Galloway
G.w.ioway Kino 1770 is fjilly de
bciibeil in No. 4.
iiu:i:.Nhiii:ituY (1027) will be found
described in No, 5.
This cow is a oiy choice ami ex
cellent animal, and a good milker
fiSuud by Borneo Bill 3G0I,
while in pastuio.
TT1 jZrM?L ,
Tag No. 12.
DAYBREAK LASS, 5000.
Bied by Inter-Stale Galloway Cat
.tleCo., Kansas City, Mo.
Calved 20th April, 18S8.
Siie Spiingwater Monarch 2801,
by Sam of Culrcock 2320 (2502).
Dam Aloe 3220 by Gallowav King
Grand dam, Mary 3d of Slacks
1723 by Jock of Blackball (2304).
Thiul dam, Mary of Slacks bred
by John Halliday, Slacks.
Fourth dam, Bied by Alexander
Kerr, Sorofrgio Hill, Scotland.
Si'uincwatkk Monahcii 2801 was
bred by Ed. K. Rea, Milhillo, Mo.
For full pailieulars see No. 1.
Sam ok Culukock 2320 (2502) was
bred by J McCutcheon of Culrcock,
Scotland, and imported by Hon. II.
Ai.oi: 3220 was bv Galloway King
1770 which will be found fully de
scribed in Nos. 4 and 11 this cata
logue. No. 15. Tag No. 10.
DAYLIGHT LASS, 5005.
Bred by Intei-Stato Galloway Cat
tle Co., Kansas City.Mo. Calved 18th
Siie Spiingwater Monarch 2801
by Sam of Cuheoek 2320(2502).
Dam Galloway Lass 3rd 1703 bv
Galloway King 1770 (1701).
Giand dam, Galloway Lass 231 by
Pride of the Speed 150.
Third dam, Mauineo 02 by Jock 10.
Fourth dam, Newbie Lass Imp. 75
Jiy Moss Troopei 74 (200).
Fifth dam, a pure Galloway cow.
SeitiNOWA'iLic Monahcii 2S01 wns
bied by Ed. K. Rea of Millville, Mo.
Foi full particular of this bull, tee
Sam oi Cm.iir.ocK 2320(2502) was
hied by J. McCutcheon ol Culieoek,
Scotland, and impoited by Hon. II.
Galloway Lass 3ul 1703, will bo
found fully pedigieid and described
in No. 13 this catalogue.
No. 10. 'i'aB xo. 18.
DAISY MAGNOLIA, 505O.
Bicd by lnlei-Stato Gallowav r-,ii-
i tie Co., Kansas City, Mo. Calved
JWtll Aplll, JHHH.
Site Young ViMiouut 1885 (2713)
by Hcottieli Boiderer (000).
Dam Riulio Mngnolia 3023 by
Galloway King 1770 (1701).
Guild dam, Magnolia 2d 307 bv
Black Jock 2d 253.
, Thiul dam, Daginar 153 by Black
Fouith dam, Jeuiiio 152 by Gari
baldi 130. '
Fifth dam, Victoiia 150 by Black
Sixth (lain, Beauty 151 by I'eier
Yoi-nu Viscount 1885 (2713) is
desciibed in No. 2.
Scoriibii Boi!iii:iii:u (000) will' bo
found desciibcd in No. 2.
Biiinii: Maonoi.ia 3023 is a daughter
of Magnolia 2d 307, tho founder of
the Magnolia tiibe.
This hoifei should make a veiy
No. 17. Tug No. 10,
DUCHESS ROSE, 5003.
Bred by Intei-Stato Galloway Cat
tle (Jo., KaiiMiB City, Mo. Cahed
23ui .May, I8b8,
Siie Springwater Monarch 2601
by Sam of Culrcock 2320 (2502).
Dam Blush Hobo 3G27 by Gallo
way King 1779 (1791).
Grand dam, Rosio of Anuabaglisli
050 (5011) by Cawcriggan 2d (2301).
Thiul dam, Kalo of Anuabaglisli
(5700) by Young Wallace (2350).
Fourth dam, a pure bred Galloway
Si-m.vnwATKit Monarch 2801 is
fully described in No. 1.
Blush Rosr. 3027 on her dam's
side h of the Aunabaglish. Herd
which liai attained considerable note
niiiong Galloway bleeders in Scot
land. Galloway Kino 1770. See No.
4 ami 11.
No. 18. Tag No. 7.
DIAMOND QUEHN, 5058.
Bud by Intei-State Galloway Cat
tle Co, KaiiMis City, Mo Cahtd
81st Maifh, 1S8S.
Sin Young Vi-rount 1S85 (2713)
by Scottish B.inleiei (000).
Dam Bijou Lns. HO'22 bv Gallo
way King 1770 (170J).
(iiauil duin, Disappointment 1701
by Wellington 2d 401.
Thiul dam, Ni-lh Gu-v 2d 300 bv
Black Jock 2d HCll
Fouith dam, Gipsy Queen 2d 101
by Our John 100.
Fifth dam, Dido SS by Victor 122.
Sixth dam, Magnolia SI bv Black
Seventh dam, Galloway Lass 42 bv
Eighih ilani, Jel 2d imported by
Jas. Glaham in 1S52.
Yol-.no Yiscocnt 18S5 (2713) is
deteiiln d in No. 2.
Scottii-li Boideu-r 000 described
will be found in No. 2.
' Bijou Lass 2022 is a daughter of
Galloway King 1770 dociihcd in
Nos. 4 and 11.
No. 10. Tag No. . Weight 1800 lbs
Bred by Messrs. Gudgell fe Simp
son, Independence, Mo. Calved 28th
Siie Knight of St. Patrick 331
Dam Oberina 240S (5157).
Grand dam, Forgneb, 2400 (2108).
Thud dam, Bess of Bogfern, 514
Fouith dam, Jane of Bogfern.
Fifth dam, a cow siied by Grey
Knioiit or St Patisick 334, was
impoited fiom Scotland, bv Messrs.
Gudgell it Simpson, to head their
heul, the putehaso pi ice being $000
He proved himself a most excellent
On tho dams side Orlando traces
tnnugh most woithy dams lo that
famous old bull, Grey Breasted' Jock.
Tag No. 22.
Bied by A. B. .Matthews, Kansas
City, Mo. Calved 10th Apiil, 1888.
Siie Oilando 2002.
Dam Darling of Flora 7111
Grand dam, Darling of Burreldalcs
Thiul dam, Darling of Burreldalcs
"Fouith dam, Hawking 7007 (4881).
Fifth dam, Hawkweed 7008 (4408).
Sixth dam, llawkbit 7000 (3005).
Seventh dam, Hawkhall, 12th, 5101
Eighth dam, a cow of the Bognie
Oiilando 2002, is a very choice sire
and animal, and a good repicspiita
tive of the biecd.
Flora's Bojyn a piomising young
ster, and will make a valuable animal
in any held.
Tag No. 3.
Bied by G. N. Blossom, Kanms
City, Mo. Calved 10th of Jan. 1S87.
Site Magenta 4335.
Dam Link of East View, 34S0.
Grand dam, Lark 2nd of Easter
Skene, 3181, 3780.
Third dam, Lark of Easter Skene,
Fouith dam, Maijorv, 317 800.
Fifth dam, Mariana, 31S K02
Sixth dam, Lady Clara, 310 4,
Seventh dam, Old Grannie, 125 IJ.
This pedigicr is unexceptionable,
and tiaces to Old Grannie 1 tho
OrBt cow of iecoul in the Scotch
lieid Books, and one of the most re
markable cows that eer lived. Hav
ing attained tho ago of 35 years and
raibed 20 Ihing calves.
fiST'Seivcd by Orlando, 2002, 27th
No. 22. Un-iegistcred.
Bied by lnlei-Stato Galloway Cat
tle Co., Kansas City, Mo. Calved 31st
Sire Reeoidcd Heiefoul Bull,
"Tainei lane, 8551."
Dam Alert, 3225 Pine Gallowav
Cow, by Galloway King, 1770 1701J
Giaud dam, Nancy 3d, of Uieen-
Third dam, Nancy 2d, of a icon
field 0180, by Weather .look of G,
Fnuilb dam, Nancy of Gieonlield.
Notch Dandy John is a good
specimen of the diieet eioss of the
llL-iim-oiinOALl.otvAY, being shed by
the Impoiled Heiefoul Biill,"Tnmei
lano 8551," and out of the Galloway
lu-ifci "Ah it 3225." '
Tamuklank 8551, was bred in Fug.
land by Mr. II. R. Evans, Jr, ( aly ,
0. M. Culburtbon'.
iv i-euruaiy, J HSU, and iniporud by
AH INTERESTING LETTER FROM A
AS this is Jubilee year it tends to
make one look back and think
of the flight of time, and in this war
I am reminded that I am one of the
veterans in the sale of your valua
ble and successful medicine. I
have sold it from the very (Ir-t, and
have sent it into every country in
Kuglaml and many parts of Scot
land. Well do I remember the
first uiicular you sent out -ome uiu
or ten years ago. Ymi had conic to
England from America to iniuiduct
Mother Scigel's Curatho Syiup,
and 1 was struck hy a paiagiuph in
which you used tlu-i nutiU:
"Being a stranger in a wlragr bind,
I do not wish the people to feel Hint
I want to take the least aihaiitatr
over I hem. I feel Unit 1 lme a.
reimdy that will otuc di-ra- , and
I have so much conlld. nee in it .hat
I authorise my agents lo leluml tilt
money if people should -a, that
llic.i have not benefitted hy iis tic."
1 felt at once that yon woa'd never
bay that unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied foi the ageuoy,
a step which 1 now look hack tiuoa
with pride and satisfaction.
Ever since thai time 1 liav found
it by lar the best leiuedy loi Indi
gestion and Dyspepsia I have uiui
with, ami I liave sold tlnm-auil.s of
bottles. It Inn neer hilled in any
ease wheie there were 11113 ot iho
followiujj symptoms: Neivous or
sick headache, sourness ol the sto
niaeh, rising of the food a'ter eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, sslimc
and mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipation, and yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sheuy sen
sations, tinging in the ears, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are signs thai Ihe
systems is clogged, and ihe blood U
out ol older. Upon repeated in
quuico, coNciing a gieal anely of
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "1 am better," or "1 am
pufecih wdl." What 1 huu sel
dom or never seen before in the
case ol any medicine is that people
lull each other of its virtues, and
those who have been cured sny to
the suffering: "Go and get Mullier
Seigel's Curative Syrup, it will
make you well." (jut of the hun
dreds of cures I will name one or
two that happen to come into my
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsiu for many years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so had he could not hear a
glass nf ale. Both weie advised to
use the Syrup and both iceoveied,
and were as hale and heart)' as men
in the prime of life.
A icinarkaiile eae is that of a
house painter named Jeffries, who
lived at Penshurst, in Kent. His
business obliged him to expose him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, and he was seized with rheuma
tism, and his joints soon swelled up
wnli dropsy, and were very stiff
and painful. Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed 10 reach the
seat of the trouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
woik, and for the whole of the win
ter of 1878 and '70, he had to give
up and take to his lied. He had
been allheted in this sorry way Tor
three year.s, and was getting worn
out and discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over ili for what he
called "doctor's stuff utliout tho
least benefit. In the Spring he
heard of whnt -Mother Seigel's Cura
tive Syrup b done for oilier and
bought a 2s. Od. bottle of nie. In
a few days he sent me word he was
much better before he had finished
the bottie. He then sent to me for
a 4s. Gd. bottle, and as I was yoing
that way 1 earried it down lo him
myself. On getting to his house
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion bed. 1 could
hardly believe my own eyes, and
"Yon ought not to be out hero,
mail, it may bo the death of you,
alter being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "Theiu is no
danger. The weather is Hue, and
Mother Seigel's Curative Symp has
done for me in a few days what the
doctors could not do in three years.
I think I shall get well now."
Ho kept on with ihe Syrup, and
in tlneo weekb he was at work uutiiii,
and has had no relurirof the trou
IjIu for now ueaily len years. Any
medicine that can do this bhouhl bu
known all over the world.
(Signed) Hui'lut' (Juaiiah,
Of Graham & Son.
Holloway IIouho, Sunbury,
Juno 25th, 1887.
The above wonderful cure of
Rheumatism was the result of the
remarkable power of .Mother Seigel's
Curative Symii to cleanse the blood
of tho poisonous liuniouib that aiise
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
Mother Seigel'b Curative Syrup
is for sale hy all chemists and me
dicine vendors, and hy the prprie
tors, A. J. While, 'Limited. 35,
Farringdoii Road, London, ling.