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DOBBINS' STARCH POLISH.
An important dis
covery, by which
every family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to
Ask your Grocer,
J. B. DOBBIN3, Philadelphia, Pa.
GENERAL FEED DEALERS
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
"WE HAVE NOW ON HAND :
JUST RECEIVED, ONE.CAR LOAD
1 ()()() Ba3HKL3 0F NEw" WHlTB CORN.
2 BARRELS OF PEARL G SI V3.
2 CAR LOAD BRAN,
CAR LOAD CORN and PEA MEAL MIXED,
1 CAR LOAD PATAPSCO PATENT PROCESS
2 CAR LOADS TI5IOTHY HAY,
WILL GLIDLY PTE PRICES
BOTH THE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE
Respectfully soliciting a share ef your
patronage, we are respectfully,
decl8 A. J. BE ALL & CO.
L it. GASTON,
Tinware & House Furnishinff Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Particular attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but first class bands employed. Call for the
BiRLEY SHEAF STOVE.
I j3 P
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos
tiveness, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifies the
blood. A Book sent free. Dr.
Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
rOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
ami 8 deod eow ly.
Chew only the brand of tobacco known as The
Old Oaken Bucket
THE old Oaken Bucket,
The Iron-bound bucket,
The moss-covered bucket.
That hung In the welL
CH AS. B JONES,
ChurinttA. N. fi-- flnU iwnt.
Liberal terms to dealers. -s
V RICHMOND EN&RAVINSCO.P
ff CHAS. JONES, 11
i J. Wit Co.,
Best in the World.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IX EITHER LIQUID OR DRY FORM
That Acta at the same time en
TEE LIVER, TEE BOWELS,
A'iJD TEE EIDEE7S.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Because we allow these great org am to
become clogged or torpid, and poisonous
humors are therefore forced into the blood
that should be expelled naturally. j
WILL SURELY CURE
M KIDNEY DISEASES, I
, LIVER COMPLAINTS,
Mptf.M. mNKTTPlTIOV. rRIVAHY
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
AND SERYOU8 DISORDERS,
by causing free action qf these organs and
restoring their power to throw off disease.
Why suffer Bilious pains and aches!
Why tormented with Piles, Constlpatloa!
La Why frightened over disordered Eidneysl
Why endure nerrout or sick headachast
Use KIDNEY-WORTawi rejoice in health.
It is pat up In Dry Vegetable Form, in tin 1
cans one package of which m&kea six quarts of I
I medicine. Also in Liquid Form, Tery Conaea-I
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it. I
tylt acts with equal efficiency In either form. I
QET IT OF TOUK DRUGGIST. FTUCE, L.O I
WELL8, RICHARDSON A Co., Prop's,
l send the dry post-paid.) BTT2LDGTOS, TT.
March 27 d&wly
Coffins and Metallic Cases,
ALSO, A LABGX LOT OF
C- -H--K--0--M- -0--S-
AT WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
E. M. ANDREWS,
AT WHITE FRONT.
CHEMICALS, LAMP GOODS,
SEGARS, TOBACCOS, Ac, Ac.
A PULL AND SELECT. LIlfE OP
Perfumeries and Perfumery Cases. Cologne Bot
tles, Ac Toilet Powder Rouges,-Soaps,
Tooth Brushes, Brushes olail kinds,
Combs, Ate., and a fall rlneef :
all goods nsnally f ound in - -a
first-class Drug js
tabllshmsnt Careful attention given thn preparation of pre
scriptions. I inut the public will, as heretofore, extend me
a suarevi ujeirvai'vuBKe. ware ww in every la
stance be given the preparation and dlspenstngfof
all medicines for which demands are made, aid
PMABVIX. Agt, c6j
MEBimynijeFir. oj. f
Among Southern BoardlDg -Schools
for boys in age, numbers and area of
of patronage. Messing club 14 of a
mile from Barracks ior mnfHii of
small means.- The 176th session be- , .
f iuowuuuory mn, land, jrer eaia
ogue giving foil particulars address -
. "4. MAf. B.BIXGHAM,
deel7 tf i ; . . Superintendent
. ,.,i-. f -..
TBS Spring Session ef I&82 IrQI
begin on - Wednesday, : January
11th. Charges pr session of twenty
Atra 14 no 7.ti,1i..1m f lfo'kfrtf
and washing) and tuition, in full En-
gnsn course. 940-uu. extra studies
moderate. Fer particulars apply to
. . :, " ; ' T. U,
I MAI jma
r-ii 13 r 1 a r f mm i."
sri)t fii)arloitc Wbsmti:
TUESDAY, JAK. 3, "
A FAIR SHtiPMeUDESS.
Tlie BtmanM ( a Beaaiilol ruua
deiubtsa 4Mr aad l?ubr Mmer
FroA the Sao Francisco Express. ' ,
A reporter ot the Express learned
from Mr.- James Holt, : ot (joiicno, tne
particulars ot : historj tnaV properly
handled would make the web . arid
woof of as romaatic a noyei as was evr
ntLen. It is the story of a beautiful
eirl who voluntarily leares all th& Xnx-
uries ana eieKaudca ul uwuium
home in Philadelphia to follow a lover
to the wilds ofJCfxas . Blanch Thomas
was the only daughter .of parents who
lavished upou her all that wealth could
purchase. Her dresses from Worth,
her equipageb, her brown stone house
on Chesnut street, were the euvy of
manv and the ambition of a few. Her
father took her with him to Paris,
where she soon became the rage in the
American colon there. Mauy ad
mirers had aspired to her hand many
wealttiy noblemen had offered them
selves in marriage, but all in vain.
When Dressed by her father for an ex
planation of her conduct she reluctant
ly acknowledged she was in love, and
had been since her childhood, with the
son of the manager of her father's coal
mines, near Pittsburg. This so enraged
her father that he forbade ber even to
mention the young man's name again
and unthinkingly told her she most
select some eligible party within six
months or cease to be his daughter.
Thinking him to be in earnest, and
knowing him to be a man of his word,
the roor eirl packed up a few clothes,
and, taking what money she had in her
purse at the time, took passage on an
outward bound steamer for New York.
Arriving there she telegraphed to her
lover in Pittsburg, who did not even
stop to change his mining clothes, so
afraid was be that he would miss the
fast express that was to carry him to
the object of his affections.
There was a auiet little marriage at
Grace Church the next day and the
spoiled child of fortune was the wife of
. A Ml
a brawny, muscuiar miner, .nor
much thought and a great amount of
planning it was decidedfto come to Txas
and tere build for themselves a home.
He pre-empted and purchased land and
speep in Taylor county, built a house
of two small rooms, and while she
cooked, washed and attendeh to the
humble -avocations of household drug
ery he looked after the sheep and cul
tivated a few acres of land. A year of
perfect but quiet happiness passed by,
when the husband broke" his leg and
the work of watching the sheep de
volved upon the wife. One afternoon,
as she was walking toward the house
in her simple country dress a party of
gentlemen rode up and one of them
was her father, who had been search
ing for his daughter since her departure
from Paris. Calm reflection had taught
him that her's had, after all, been the
better choice, and he was only too glad
to recognize in, her husband a son-in-law.
He persuaded them to give up
their home in Texas for a time and re
turn with him to Philadelphia,
mica en & ii.
A well-known German manufacture1,
of mica wares, Htrr Raphael of Bres
lau, now makes mica masks for the
face, which are quiet transparent, very
light, and affected neither by heat nor
by acids. Tbey afford good protection
to all workmen who are liable to be in
jured by heat, dust, or noxious vapors,
all workers with fire, metal and glass
melters, stone-masons, etc. In all kinds
of grinding and polishing work the fly
ing fragments rebound from the arched
mica plates of the mask without injur
ing them, These plates are fixed in a
metalic frame, which is well isolated
by means of asbestos, so as not to be at
tacked by head or acid. These masks
allow the turning of the eyes in any
direction, and, as against mica specta
cles, they affort the advantage of pro
tection to the whole face. In certain
cases the neck and shoulders may also
be guarded by a sheet of cloth impreg
nated with fire-proof material, or by as
bestos sheets attached to the mask.
The interval between the mica and the
eyes allows of workmen who have poor
eye-sight wearing spectacles, and of
workers with fire or in melting opera
tions wearing colored glass spectacles
under the mask without fear of break
age of the glass, mica being such a bad
conductor of heat. Where the mask
has to be worn long, it is f onnd desira
ble to add a caoutchouch tube with
mouth-piece for admission of fresh air;
the tube passes out to the shoulders,
where its funnel-shaped end (some
times holding a moistened sponge) is
supported. - The mask has a sort of cap
attached to it for fixture on the head.
A Ple Propeller
A Boston man is constructing a pro
peller with a view of capturing the
prize offered by the Erie Canal Com
pany. She is built like an old-fashioned
scow, and is 61 feet long by 80 feet
beam. She draws two feet of water
amidships. The bottom is V-shaped
from stem to stern, and has five keels
aft of the centre, running out to the
stern. Forward of the centre the five
keels extend 1 feet. On the forward
deck is placed an upright high-pressure
boiler of 15-horse power. Just behind
this is the engine, which has a large fly
wheel, 4 feet in diameter. On the deck
is a large air-box, extending almost
across the boat, from the under side of
which four square tubes run down per
pendicularly into the water. A large
fan is placed on the air-chamber, and
the air is forced directly downward in
to the water between the five keels. The
propelling power is given to the boat
simply by the air rushing between the
keels and pressing the water out at stern.
When in motion the air rushing out
gives the boat the appearance of a stern
wheel propeller, although she leaves no
perceptible wake. The boat easily
makes five miles an hour,
Ilow te Sleep In a Sleeping- Gar
Chicago Hotel Reporter: 1. Get a
berth in the fore part of the car. This
is because the pure air comes in at the
front end and windows and goes out at
the rear end and windows. I always
take the front upper berth. My reason
for taking the upper berth is because it
Is freeljr ventilated and away from the
hot pipes. 2. Have your berth made
up head toward the engine. This will
keep all drafts of air from your head
and prevent taking, cold. If the car is
very tight, put a lead: pencil under the
window at your feet in case of lower
berth: or in case of the upper berth;
open me nina sxy window at your feet.
- TS III." Saw
SI Fix vonr nilW in on nrnAr nf tr,
berth, and vour feet in the other, tir
nirtn 'nH w isTTC.
iaying-crosswise. you . will . not roll in
youroexui, r ,
- A Small Fax Care
1- Mr, Bernard;1SWcm7 wtrfcas.ju8i
iiueu an engagement, at ' tnc 'Acaaemj
or Musicj mis cuy met a reporter tne
other day and iravehira the following
receipt, which be said was a sure tura
for small pox: Take five cents worth of
cream of.tertay nd put it into a pint of
water, stir it lib artdJirive the patient a
tablespoonf ul of the mixture every four
hours. "The same- aese twice aday will
act as a preventive to personsixi atfendr
ance upon the sice, witfe toe arxive,
Mr. Slocum says hft.haa.jroxked.flcores
2 or cases in igiana
! Vsti ttndilp MmntAfa mim J! jiflt nrfniW AfTsi
tlons, snMrUng, frequenter difficult urination, and
kidney diseases. Si at druggists. .Depot, . J, H.
McAden, Charlotte, N. C r , . " ;
SHI P RlILROAD, .
Captain TVllllama, Wbo ur
, Veyea ihtelieate Acroas the tut bsau
'Ma-to'.liaywn-i 't v , (
New Orleans Times-Democrat '
Yesterday a representative ot the
Times-Democrat, had the pleasure of
imeeting Capt, J. t, Williams, the engi
neer who surveyed tne proposed route
of the Eads ship Tiilroad across the
Isthmus of Teuuan tepee
Capt. Williams said: "The, Isthmus
of Tehuantepec is divided into three
divisions, the Atlantic, Pacific and Mid
dle, starting on the Atlantic side. At
the mouth of the Coatzacoaloos river
there is a bar covered only by a depth
of fourteen feet of water, but this bar,
which is of clay and gravel, can be
easily removed; and that done, with a
little dredging of the river in places
ships drawing thirty feet of water can
sail.. up. the river a distance of thirty
miles to Ceiaba Bonita, where the ship
railroad route, as surveyed by me, will
begin. Striking southeast from here
for a distance of about 48 miles, the
road reaches a point near Playo, Gre
nado; it then turns south and runs in
that direction a distance of 86 miles,
until it reaches a point near Tras Picos,
at the junction of the Cbichihula and
Tarif a rivers. Here it runs southwest
for 19 miles, the Niltepec road on the
Pacific plains, and from there the dis
tance to the Pacific lagoon is only ll
"The length of the road from deep
water to deep water will be 116
"Capt. Eads estimates the cost at
875,000,000 to $100,000,000, but that is a
rough estimate, as no complete survey
has yet been made. In my opinion, a
complete survey will reduce that esti
mate very materially."
"What particular advantage will a
ship railroad, such as Captain Eads pro-
Bses, have over a ship canal such as
e Lesseps is at work on T
"Well, sir, in the first place it can be
easier built, and in the second it can be
double tracked, if necessary, so that
ships can be run from ocean to ocean
without any delays, such as will occur
on a canal where one ship must wait
for another to pass."
Capt. Williams thinks that Captain
Eads plan is a feasible one, and that
the ship railroad will do all the work
that is expected of it. He also states
that if the present ship railroad bill in
troduced in the Senate by Senator Vest,
of Missouri, is passed, work will be com
menced on the Isthmusjwithin the next
three or four months. He will leave
for Mexico on the steamship City of
Merids, which sails to-morrow morn
ing. ARTHUR AND BLAINE.
Cl renin. tun ca nxder which tho Sec
retary of State Itelg-ued.
To correct certain misstatements which
have been made in regard to Mr. Blaine's
withdrawal from the Cabinet, the fol
lowing statement has been furnished
for publication :
"On the 22d day of September, imme
diately after President Arthur had tak
en the oath of office administered by
the Chief J ustice of the United States,
a full meeting of the Cabinet was held
in the Vice President's room in the
Capitol. At this meetiug every mem
ber of the Cabinet tendered his resigna
tion in writing. On receiving the sever
al letters President Arthur said it would
be agreeable to him to have the Cabinet
remain in position until after the regu
lar meeting of Congress in December.
Three weeks afterwards Mr. Blaine ad
dressed the following letter to the
"Washington, October 13, 1881. My
Dear Mr. President: When I put my
resignation in your hands on the 22nd
September you intimated your wish
that all the members of the Cabinet
should retain their places until the
meeting of Congress, in December. As
Secretary Windom's expected return to
the Senate may precipitate a vacancy
in the treasury department in a few
days, I have thought it might also ren
der an earlier reconstruction of your
Cabinet desirable to you. In that event
I trust you will not be embarrassed, at
least so far as I am concerned, by your
Previous assignment of a date for with
rawal. It will be entirely agreeable to
me to turn over the department to my
successor on any day that will prove
most desirable and convenient to your
self. I intended to say this to you yes
terday, but from pressure of other
things forgot it Very respectfully,
"James G. Blaine."
"In a personal interview following
this letter the President repeated the
request that Mr. Blaine should remain
until December. There was never at
any time the slightest misunderstand
ing between the President and Mr.
Blaine about the fetter's retirement,
and their personal relations continue,
as they have always been, entirely
friendly and cordial."
f tlio Ueerg-la
There are few men in Georgia, prob
ably, who have given the officers more
trouble than Jack Pugh, and we doubt
if any one has ever been more success
ful in eluding them. Catch him and
surround him as they would, he always
managed to slide out from under their
thumbs. Long, lank, lean and wiry, and
possessed of unusual activity for one of
his build, be has kept up his dare-devil
career with the fearlessness of a border
ruffian. Pugh will fight a circular saw,
it is said, and has never been afraid to
meet the best armed officers, always be
ing raady and on the alert. His wife,
too, is a tough customer when on her
muscle. Some time ago one Rawls said
something te her about Jack at the
house, when she took up a board and
with true Amazonian courage cleaned
him completely up, making him bite
the dust in a jiffy. Pugh says he hasn't
slept inside of a house in three years. If
all his exploits in evading.the law and
swindling the government were dished
up in dime-novel style it would make
the hair of the average boy stand wild
ly on end. Being an illicit distiller of
the ardent is not his only reputation.
He is said to be a clever counterfeiter.
Beating- tbe Catling
The Gatling gun and the mitrailleuse
have been beaten by a newly invented
field piece with which experiments
were recently made at Govern ors Is
land. The, piece is composed of two
barrels, enclosed in a "water pocket,"
and weighing, with the carriage, five
hundred and sevtnty-one pounds. The
fun discharged at the first trial two
uhdred ordinary United States cart-
rmges or iony-ave can ore .in
aHffTAa Unit nt.' tnfr t-ti ttmt
"" " r"JW uiaiuium
t" area nve Jiunarea nou in
one miuute and ten seconds. A hattrv
of these guns' would be proof against
any; attacking party,. r
4 i '
Refiulaf; tp Ordain a Colored nan. .
BAtrptOBK, Dec. 80vTha standing
commUteer bf the ; Episcopal Cborch in
Maryland nave declined to rmmund
tototdraat4n M Cv Bishop; .of Balti
more, xnentiir colored graduate of the
General TheologicaUSerninary i New
York. TheTeason for Uiis action Is not
made public.' vsm- ; .
when jea.aaye thing to de.
tin ttf 'Ann vhAn
roa save a eougn te cure, eure 1
Bull's cough. simp, the safest aad
It, by using Dr.
J i. 1. GABXk. '
To all who are suffering from ihe errors and ta
dlscreUon ef youth, Mroo veaka8e.earir decay
oss of manhood, t&v-l will send a recipe that will
curt you. rail of CH11GK, This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South.' America.
Send a - self-addressed- envelopon to the Bxv.
tOGFH T. IKliAN, 8tatton p, Kew York City.
i vi.!.i FOR
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals St. Jacobs Oil
s a safe, sure, simple and cheap External
Remedy. A trial entails but the oomparatiTely
trifling ouUay of 50 Cests, and eTery one goffering
with pain can hare cheap and positire proof of its
Directions in Keren Xangnages.
BOLD BY ALL DBUGGIST8 ABD DEALERS
A. VOGElER & CO.,
SattUnor, Md,, U. 9. X.
dec 80 1 w It
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soft aiid brilliant
Complexion, matter Low
poor it may naturally be.
Hagan's Magnolia Balm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, which instantly removes
Freckles, Tan, Bedness,
Bonghness, Eruptions, Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
fto lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
North Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOING KAST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. R5 No 51 No. 53
DaflT. Daily. Dally.
Leaye Charlotte, 4.80 pm 8 30am 8.10 pm
." Salisbury. 6.17 P m 5.30 a m 10.02 p m
Arrive Greensb'ro 8.00 p m 7.86 am 12 05 am
Leare Hreensb'ro 8.18pm 7.58am 12.15am
ArriTe N Danville 10.10 p m 10 00 a m i.28 am
Leare N.Danvllle 1 1.30 m 10 15 a m
Arrive Richmond, 7.40 a m 8.56 p m
Leave Greensb'ro 0.50 a m
Arrive Balelgh. . 1.52 p m
Leave Balelgh,- 2.17pm
Arrive Qoldsboro' 4.20 p m
No. 61 Connects at Greensboro' with R&D.
B. R. for aU points Sast and We.t, via Danville
and Richmond, also with train for Balelgh and
No. 55 Connects at Greensboro with B. fc D.
R. B. for all points Bast and Went, via Danville
Ho. 53 -Connects at Greensboro' with R. A D.
B. B. tor all points Bast and West, via Danville
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
Dally. Daily. Dally.
Leave Goldsboro' 12.20 pm '
Arrive Raleigh. 2.40 p m
Leave Balelgh, . . 4 00 p m
Leave Richmond, 12 07 pm 11.25 pm
" N.Danville 7 48pm 680pm 7.35 am
Arrive Greensb'ro 0.80 pm 8.30 pm 9 80am
Leave Greensb'ro 9.85 p m 8.40 p m 9 35 a m
Leave Salisbury,. 11.15 pm 10.87 m 11.22 am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 am 12.25 m 1.05 pm
!V. W. If C. RAIL, BO AD.
Leave Greensboro 9.51 ptn
Arrive Kemersvllle. 1 1.07 p m
Arrive Salem 11.50 p m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 1 0.00 a to
Arilve Kernersvilie 1 1.00 am
Arrive Salem. 11.80 am
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 7.80 am
Arrive Kernersvtile 8.04 a m-
Arrrve Greensboro e.00 a m
NO. 53 Daily.
Leave Salem.... 4.80 pm
Arrive Kernersvilie . 5.10 pm
Arrive Greensboro 6.80 p m
Poltoan Sleepini Cars Wlont dale
On Train No. 51, between Atlanta and Nsw
York, via Danville.
On Train Na 55, between Augusta and Wash
ington, via Danville.
On Train No. 63, between Atlanta and Washing
ton, via Danville.
On Train No. 50, between New York and Atlanta
On Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Daavllle.
On Train No. 54, between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
WThrouRb Tickets on sale at Greensbore',
Raleigh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South, Sontawest, West, North
and Bast. For Emigrant Bates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
dfcSl Richmond, Va.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUAETIBS FOB DEUMMEES.
STATKS vtllb, n.'c.
THIS house has been leased for a term of years
by Mrs. Dr. Beeves, whose intention Is to
keep a strictly flrstaJass house In every respect.
Commodious sample rooms on nnt and second
Tbe patronage of the public is solicited.
Chew onH tbe brand of tobacco known as The
Old Oaken Bucket,
THT5 old Oaken Bucket,
Tbe iron bound bucket.
The moss-covered bucket.
That hung In the wen,
CHAS. B. JONES.
Charlotte, C, Sole Agent,
Jlarka. OopyilgaM t&i for tbe United Btatea,
Canada. Cuba, England, France, Germany, ete.T Wi
have had tUtrfy-flv Turs experienc. v
paunuoktainftd through us are noticed In the SCt
mmno ahiwcait. ThU large tod splendid llrus-
of Science, is verr interesting, and has an snormous
clrcttlatton.. Address MUNN A 00- Patent gollci
tors. Pub's, ef BciKmno iHttvuv. a?
MewYork. Hand book abootPaten itreev, " j e
grogs atxfl , ejfttcinese
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Have you seen our lino of Beautiful
If not, call at once.
We have an assortment of as fine Goods as was
" ever brought to this market.
AND ODOR STANDS.
Gents' Shaving Cases, Ladles' Work Box aad
Odor Case combined, Baby's Case, Children's Toy
Cases and Souvenir, French Plate Hand and
Stand Mirrors, Loblns, Tetlows and Colgate's Ex
tracts and Toilet Waters, Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, &c, &c Call and examine.
nov30 L. R. WRISTON 00.
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
From Saratoga Springs. N. Y. A new water re
sembl ing l he 1 m ported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid, cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Wafer,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
J CASES ROCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hanyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EDROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Doea." A wine glass full before breakfast
The ranerf "Hunybdl Janos. Baron Llebig af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal-"Hunyadl Janos.
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