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)t Charlotte bsmjtr.
Patty, me year, pod-void, in advance 88 00
Three nxnJh. 2.00
one month 75
Weekly (In the tounty), in advance $2.00
Out of the tounty, tott-paU 2.10
iz months 1.05
tW liberal Rtduetionftyr Uiubt.
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TAGS, RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
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CHARLOTTE, N. C, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11,1882.
W bv IKtBSUr.i;.
oot& an ft Alices
: o : : o :
Lyods' Patent Metallic Sfcers
Boots and Shoes
Wearing off at -the Sides or Ripping
IN THE SEAMS.
Johnson's Silk and Felt Insolts
RHEUMATIC CRAMP. COLD FEET. BUNNIONS
PEGRAM & CO.,
TO THEB I GIVE HEALTH.
"Excellent Tonic, Alterative and Diuretic,"
Medical Association, Lynchburg. Va,
"Used with great benefit in Malaria and Dlph-therla."-8.
f. Dupon. M. D.. Ga. la
'Successfully used In dyspepsia, chronic diar
rbpea and scrofula,?? fof- a Jackson, ml D.,
"Inyalnable as a nervous tonic," -Hon. L C.
"Recommended as a prophylactic in malarial
dl8trlcts.'-D. B, Falrex, M. 1)., N. O.
"Hestores debilitated systems to health. T.
Mercer, M. D., Ind. . . ,.
"Adapted In chronic diarrhoea. scroTnia, ana
ujspepsia:" Geo, T. uarruon,
"Successful in diphtheria and neuraujla. J. tr.
V n M . J
Excellent for certain iUscrms peculiar towc-
uin froi. J. J. Moorman, jo. ..
"Hrompt In relieving beadaehe, sick and ner
' Used with great benefit in dyspepsia, "W. c-
'iSuiWto broncbiassnd dlseasw of dlgestlTe
PJrrA.wop- Ala. .f .
eageg'-jno. P. Metfeaur, M. D.. L. L, D.
''OtVU .''o,J. Bumtold.
."Beneficial In uterine derangement and mala-
r mil. .... .. n mm vr mf T nnul
..TV. "ions." w. in. bjl tt
smooth, clear, soft and rosy."-Ml
i. Th Prtnce of snlneral tonics.,, Franels Qui
"Inestimable as a tonic and alteraUre." mv
'Kine appetlier andloo'purlllei.w-H.Il,
"Very beneficial tn Improving- a redueed sys-
cin. OISDOD BeCKWIUL CI , . ... -
, "Invalids here find welcome sjhMlth."-Ber.
Jflhn Hnntinn lata nt T . niM of KlChmOflO. ia
"Has real merit," 8outhrci Med. Journal.
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Water. S4 V case. Mass' and PUU.25, 60. 75
teh,. C, . I . a t. .
Summer season ef Sprincs begins 1st Jtme. ISO
r A.M. DAVTIS, Prai't of the Co..
78 Mato 8t7lebtUTfcVa P. O. Box 174
Good Things !
WILSON BUB WELL, -.
i. H. McADEN, and
v n DiDfdvnv a- VI
gtt Goo&s, CJlotWua, tcti
WILL BE SOLD AT
TO HAKE ROOM FOR
We Mean Every Word of This
Only Ask an Inspection to Convince Yon.
T. L Seigle & Co.
Pain in the Back and Side.
There Is nothing more painful than these
diseases; but the pain can be removed and
the disease cored by use of Perry Davis'
This remedy is not a cheap Benzine
or Petroleum product that must be kept
away from fire or heat to avoid danger
of explosion, nor is it an untried experi
ment that may do more harm than good.
Pain Killer has been In constant use
lor forty years, and the universal testimony
from all parts of the world la, It never
f ai Is. It not only effects a permanent cure,
but It relieves pain almost Instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, It Is safe
In the hands of the most inexperienced.
The record of cures by the use of Patw
Killer would All volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show what
those who have tried It think:
Edgar Cady, Owatonsa, Minn., says :
About a year since my wife became subject
to severe suffering', from rheumatism. Our
resort was to the Path Killer, which speedily
Charles Powell writes from the Sailors'
I had ben afflicted three years with neuralgia
and violent spasms of the stomach. The doctors
at Westminster Hospital gave up my case in
despair. I tried your Pain Killeb, and it gave
me immediate relief. I hare regained my
strength, and am now able to follow my usual
a. H. Walworth. Saco, Me., writes :
I experienced immediate relief from pain in
the side by the use of your Pain Kii-i.tb,
E. York says :
I have used your Paiw Kiliee for rheumatism,
and have received great benefit.
Barton Seaman says :
Have used Pain Ktt.mtb for thirty years,
ana nave found it a never-failing remedy for
rheumatism and lameness.
Mr. Burditt writes:
It nnrrfaiU to give relief tn eases of rheumatism.
Phil, Gilbert, Somerset, Pa., writes :
. From actual use, I know your Pals Killed
la the beet medicine I can get
AH druggists keep Pain Killeb. Its price
Is so low that it Is within the .reach of all,
and it will save many times Its cost In doctors'
bills. 25e., BOe. and i.oo a botue.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors, -,
: Prqylti ks.-ico. R.I.
sept diwseptraoet, ,-;,-,.":"';
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iiosaof appettte,yanjsea.bowels costive.
Fain in tneHead.with a dnll sensation in t
Pain tinder the ahoulder-
ess after eating, with a dlafn
iody or mind,
Irritability oc temperJ hoy spinta. Iiess
leciedsorne duty, weariness. AJigginesa.
Fluttering of the koarVAJOta before the
eyes. yellow eitln. Headaehe.Beatless
ness at night, highly colored urine.
IF THESE WABjnHOS AXZ TUTHHDEB,
SERIOUS DISEASES WIL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS FILLS are especially adapted to
such cases,one dose effects such a change
of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase the Appetite, and cause the
body to Take tm Flesh, thus the system Is
Ho&rlshed.and by tbeirTonleAeCloBentbe
DlcesAlve Oramna. Heynlfr arepro
dncedTTtTlee 25 cents. 8a Msrray t, M.x.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gbat Haib or Whisk Jtae changed to agwasr
BlaOC by a single application V this Dp. It
UoparU a natural color, acts InstattUUebBjly.
Sold bj Druggutts, or aent by express on receipt ol 1.
Ofiflco, 35 Murray St, New York.
Cn TI'VT'S aiM-'AI. W Talaahl Utatmrnatm umt
eby.' adeoilAwl "' " ' .-.i;-t-:- .- :..
- Gicser, Bochtt, Man-;
. drake, Sdllingia, and
many ol tne Dea meK
cine, known ate 'f&fr'
bihed in farkefs 6f?r
eiuc nto a roecficiBe
pfsucq varied powers, as
to make it the gicapa
4)luwl PurifiM and ilia "
. Hasten Ever Cs4.
It cures Rheumatism,
Sleeplesaness, & d'ueaesi
of the Stomach, Bowd
Longs, Liver & Kidneys,
Bitters, Giager Eisencea
and other Tonics, as tt
sever intoxicates. Hiacox
B-rtm Boyfaic DolUr Bm.
SI Mil Ibl im-a i j
. ..aaitiftfthbrSTflBED. i
LOST wii"j " j 1T-S2ii..
Winter Goo is
The hr and wherefore: "Love is bUnd.and
that Is how they manage to keep right on with the
gas turned aown.
DiuyriBiuKi iu tan is, icinonLcu ibit
derson, "I am the brains of the firm." "No won-
aer, inen," saia og, "inat ine nrm is so iamuiar
.with the Insolvency Ceurt." Boston Transcript.
Base calumny: There Is no troth in the reDOrt
that a Common Councilman. aYter reading the
legend, "evening dress," on his invitation to the
French reception, proposed to go tn his shirt
sleeves. - Boston Commercial Bulletin. ; ,
An editors advice The editor of a cltv agricul
tural Journal, who knew less about farming than
he did about anything else, told a subscriber, who
wrote asking "how to get rid of stumps," to go to
any respectable dentist, and nt to take gas unless
his lungs were sound and his heart all right
The President'has developed the hlehest Quali
ties of constitutional statesmenahlp,'' were the
words that little Mltttades Marrowfat read from
the paper he was holding and then added: "What
aoes us mean, popr "it means, my boy," ex-
lained Mr. Marrowfat, "that the editor is preba
iy a postmaster and feels agreeably disappointed
that he hasn't been turned out" Brooklyn Eagle.
I TEAKS or iNTEB BsST.
Capt DeLone. of Arctic fame, was
an officer-boy at $3 a weefc in New
York twenty years ago.
Duridg 1881. 1.611 horses were imrx)rt-
ed at New York for breeding. There
were also 442 cattle, 300 sheep and 10
jacks imported. Total value $481,564.
Water pinrsRa wata lft. tmt. of t.hA
reckoning when grants were made for
tuts zuu,wu,uuu acres or. tana reservea
by Texas for use in developing her re-
RnnrnA. and nnn. t.hrtnorh the hnnVa' in
dicate that there are 1130,450 acres still
etc, tnere is a aenency or over 2,000,000
The application of water power to the
generation ef electricity for lighting
purposes nas oeen successfully carried.
out in the town of Godalming, Surrey,
England, this being the first time in
wnich such motor has been applied in
that country. The electric light is to
oe employed in all tne streets and pub
ic Duiidings or tne town, a small in
candescent light being used in the
anes and by-ways.
In the Franco-German war the Ger
mans lost over 40,000 men by disease or
the casualties of battle. It is to be re
membered that every one of these was
a picked man, in the full vigor of life,
wnen he ought to have been adding to
the wealth of the county and raising up
a family to strengthen the State. Be
sides the cost of the war, the volunta
ry contributions amounted to $12,000,-
000 in money c r kind.This was the price
or a successful war, waged by the most
economical of nations.
Texas, the largest State in the Union,
has an area of 203,290 square miles, and
itiode Island, the smallest, has l,0So
square miles. Nye county, Nevada, is j
the largest county in the Unitedbtat.es,
covering 24,000 square miles. Sioux
county .Nebraska, contains 21,070 square j
miles. Oregon also has several large
counties Grant, Umitil'a and Lake
containing respectively 17,500,11460
ond 12,000 square miles. Presido, with
12,500 miles, is the largest county in
Texas. The smallest county in the
United States is New York, state of
New York, and it has the largest popu
lation. The largest of the territories is
Dakota, with 147,600 square miles, and
the largest county in any of J,he terri
tories is Chester county,- Montana,
with 36,500 miles.
The Blackburn-Burbrldge fjootro-
Washington, Jan. 8.-r-The feud be
tween Representative Blackburn and
Gen. Burbridge, of Kentucky, is still in
progress, and an additional chanter of
the correspondence has been made pub
lic. Under date of December 27, 1881,
Mr. Blackburn wrote a letter to Gen.
Burbridge, in which he said:
"1 wish you to understand, sir, that l
have never sought to re-open the issues
of the war, nor have I ever at any time
spoken unkindly of any officer of the
United States army unless his acts put
him beyond the pale of civilized war
fare in the twilight of barbarism. .Nor
will I consent to employ harsh lan
guage or severity of criticism toward
. .i . .
my opponents in mat struggle save
under the circumstances stated, uut,
sir, after careful consideration, allow
me to say that, in spite or your special
plea that a number of distinguished
gentlemen whom you name approved
our conduct, (who in so doing must
ave acted without a full knowledge of
the facts,) whenever circumstances re
quire or 1 may be called upon to speak
in regard thereto, my statements shall
be consistent with the truth and those
heretofore made by me."
To this Gen. Burbridge responded in
a letter dated January 4, in which he
reviews bis -own military acts while in
command in Kentucky, and says that
they received the hearty approval of
all Union men, and were planned in
strict accordance with orders from Sec
retary Stanton and Gen. Sherman. He
adds: "It ia to be regretted that in
passing sentence upon me as the officer
to whom the execution of orders for
the suppression of guerrillas was en
trusted you failed to include in your
denunciation the guerrillas them
selves." Gen. Burbridge then cites va
rious murders alleged to have been
committed by guerrillas within the de
partment of which he had command,
and says: -
"If your district was dotted over with
graves ' it was for snch acts as these.
As I informed you in my previous let
ter, not a man was put to death by my
order without first having been tried
and convicted by a regularly organized
court-martial." He concludes with an
allusion to the alleged attempt to intro
duce vellow fever into the northern
cities by means of infected clothing
during the last year of the war, but
does not mention the name of the per
son who was charged with having sug
gested this mode of warfare.
A number of dispatches and letters
from Mr. Lincoln, Secretary Stanton,
Gen. Sherman, Gen. Scofield and other
nersona in authority are cited to snow
that Gen. Burbridge acted within the
scope of his orders when the acts were
done which Mr. Blackburn says pot
him -beyond the pale of civiliiKd wan
fare.". V M' ' -f H'i
New York Stock market.
"Mtcw Yrmit. Jan. 10. The stock mar
ket opened of 1 per cent higher for
tho (TonarAl lut. than vpsterdav's closintr
a notations, the latter for Bichmond &
Danville, while Louisville ce JNasnvuie
sold down per cent In early deal
ings adecline of HlM. per cent was
recorded, in which , Northern Pacifie
preferred led. Subsequently a recovery
of M1J Per cent place, the lat
ter for Louisville jMasnvuie
o. c. &
L advanced 1
per cent from
An Attempt to Bnrn s Town.
Tan 1ft- A Xewa Abl
lene special says the nstLCceesful ate
tempt was made at an early hour this
morning to bum tne soum Biae oi wio
Tha flamps wAre extinguished
Litht iiamiML An rnrmirv is now
being held. Suspected parties are un
' STRIKING LAGER BEER.
The Strange Result which Followed
Drilling; for Oil.
Near Franklin, Fa., Real & Son have
drilled a number of wells on leased
ground. A short time ago they located
a well on the summit of a very steep
hill, known as the "Point," which rises,
from the bank of French creek in a
very abrupt manner. The rig was built
and .everything worked well for about
a week, when the drill had penetrated
about 500 feet At this point the drill
struck a crevice and dropped away sev
eral feet This Was a great surprise to
the workmen, for sand is not struck
generally until a depth of several hun
dred feet is reached. However, the
tools were withdrawn from the hole
and the bailer was run down. It came
up seemingly full of oil, and continued
bailings did not seem., to exhaust the
supply. They decided to tube the well,
and Mr. Real gave, orders to that effect
On the" following day the well was
tubed without being shot They com
menced to pump it and it threw the
fluid out at a good rate. Noticing some
thing queer about the oil, one of the
men tasted it He found it so good that
he put his lips to the pipe and took long
gulps of the delicious stuff. First one
and then another drank of the supposed
oil, and finally they became what is
known as drunk. The owners visited
the well, drank of the fluid pumped out
and were overcome. Operators came
to see it, drank and were overcome.
The people of the town who had heard
of it went up the hill, drank and were
Finally one man in the crowd, who,
had tasted beer before, affirmed that
the liquid was "lager." Everybody
laughed at bim, but he persisted, and
finally Phillip Grossman, the beer
brewer, was sent for. He came and
"Mine Got!" he exclaimed, "dot is
mine own peer."
Grossman's brewery is situated on
the other side of the creek, while the
beer vault is on the west side, just be
neath the spot where the boring took
place. The bper vault is blasted Out of
the solid rock, and runs back about a
hundred feet. One cask in the rear end
of the vault is used as a supply cask.
All the others are connected with this
one by pipes, and the supply cask being
sunken, is always kept full of beer.
On visiting the vault, three of the
large casks were empty. The supply
cask had been penetrated by the- drill,
and that was why it continued to pump.
Grossman has instituted proceedings to
recover the price of the beer.
A COItPSE IN A TREK.
The Terrible Death ol a Negro Hun
ter In York County.
The Chester Bulletin and Yorkville
(S. C) Enquirer give the following facts
about the terrible death of a negro
hunter m i orK county:
Six or eight weeks ago Jim Saunders,
a colored man 19 years of age, living
in the Bullock's Creek section, York
county, took his gun and a dog and
went hunting. That evening the dog
returned but Saunders did not "Noth
ing serious was thought to be the mat
ter, however, until a tew days ago.when
vultures were seen in great numbers in
the neighboring woods. Some one be
ing curious to ascertain why they were
there, went to investigate, when a most
revolting spectacle met their gaze. The
missing hunter was found dead hang
ing on a tree with one of his arms in a
hole, where it is supposed he put it to
catch a rabbit. His coat and gun were
lying at the foot of the tree. The the
ory of his death is that he had chased
game of some kind, to this tree, which
was hollow, and in his pursuit of it had
climbed the tree, intending to support
himself by a projecting limb with his
right hand while reaching into the hol
low with his left But it is evident thai
while thus swinging by his right hand
to. the limb, and his left inserted in the
tree, the limb broke and his left hand
was so caught in the aperture that ex
trication was impossible, and to add to
his torture it was found that his left
shoulder was dislocated. In this con
dition he died from slow starvation al
most in sight of habitations, but un
fortunately "In a locality seldom fre
quented, while if he made cries of
distress they did not attract attention.
The arm which was in tne hole was
broken near the shoulder, and the body
was hanging with the feet almost
touching the ground. The corpse was
in a most nauseating state of decompo
sition, tne vuitures-naving Knawed out
the eyes and devoured a large portion
of the upper part of the body.
Death of a White Elephant .
'Intelligence reaches us from India to
the melancholy effect that the Siamese
nation has recently been plunged into
mourning by the untimely death of
"His Sublime Grandeur the Court and
Body Elephant of the King." Thus run
the official title of the albino pachy
derm, who, in virtue of his abnormal
color, is the object of divine worship
for the time being in the kingdom of
His Sublime Grandeur, we regret to
learn, departed this life in a highly sen'
sational manner, fraught with irrepara
ble disaster to the entire staff of his
household. One morning after a
hearty breakfast he went mad quite
unexpectedly, ana trampled nve or his
attendants to death. To shoot him
would have been sacrilege. An at
tempt to tranquilize his perturbed spir
it by encircling him with a huge ring of
holy bamboo specially blessed by the
high priest Of his own particular tern
pie proved worse than ineffectual, for
he broke through the ring and all but
terminated the nigh . priest's career up
on the spot He was then with great
difficulty driven into a close court of
the palace, where, after several furious
endeavors to batter down the walls
with his tusk, he suddenly toppled over
on his side, uttered a last cry of rage
and gave un the ohost
Naturally enough this heavy calami
ty was attributed to cnmmal careless
ness on the part of one or other of the
attendants-intrusted with tne sacred ei
eohant's feeding. The King therefore
interrogated the members of His Sub
lime Grandeur s household in person
with respect to their treatment of the
illustrious defunct and failing to elicit
anv individual confession of delinquen
cy decree that they should, one and all,
be punished. , , . ,
Having: thus vindicated propriety.
His Majesty assumed the garb' of woe
and is understood to be still inconsola
ble for his loss.
.. Mr. Blaine' Be.cent letter.
St. Louis Republican.
" Mr. Blaine savs in substance that the'
South is growing .prosperous, and that
prosperity is at once the cause - and sign
of good government. This is not 5 only
a confessiott Xhat thecSouth iias good
and noaceable government, but the
plain inference from it is that there 'is4
no reason zor any extrsonuuairj buu
unnatural alliance for the purpose of
effecting a change. -
Solidifying: Petroleum for Transpor
tation, London Times.
A German, II err P. N. Dittmar, has
practically solved the problem of ren
dering petroleum solid. A company
has been formed in Russia to work the
patent when completed. The trans
formation ol the substance will not
cost over 3d. per 86 pounds (six kopecks
perpood) whereas the casks now usedjin
crease the cost of petroleum about 2s.
4d. for the same quantity (55. kopecks
per pood), leakage not considered.
The reporter of a St Petersburg pa
per saw the product ; he says it is ot a
wine color, and has the consistency of
very jtiff geletine ; it can be kneeded
with the fingers like wax, and is yet
Somewhat breakable. A small piece of
the thickness of a lead pencil and
about an inch long could be lit at one
end and held with the fingers. It mel-r
ted like wax, and it was only after a
little while, when the hot drops ran
down, that the flame had to be blown
The danger of fire is considerably less
than with liquid petroleum.
The product can be easily liquified
when required by the addition of vine
gar, and the process is rapid. The vin
egar in time separatesTout below and
the petroletim abovo. It is not stated
whether the same vinegar can be used
It appears that the high and low boil
ing hydro-carbons in crude naptha are
not affected "by the solidifying agent, in
which case the costly apparatus for
fractional distillation might be dispens
The advantages of solid petroleum
would be peculiarly felt in regions like
the Caucasus, where the naptha indus
try suffers through the dearth of suita
ble wood for barrels.
Too Many Inducements.
A correspondent Of the Philadelphia
Times, writes that an old farmer on
Coan mver, in Northumberland coun
ty, Va., once attempted to persuade
him to buy a small farm there, and, by
way of inducement said:
"You can get thi3 land, as black as
my old hat and as rich as a manure
pile, for $10 per acre. You can put up
a nice little house for $500. You can
get all the oysters and fish you may
want out of the little river without
trouble. Almost any one around here
will give you all the clams you want to
eat if you are too lazy to plant them,
and then you can buy wood and whis
key respectively for $1.50 per cord and
$2 per gallon. God has done all that
he could for our people, and it's a para
dise for idh r ."
And yet he didn't buy.
A Comfortable Fortune.
Mr. George M. Pullman, the main
man in the Pullman Palace Car Com
pany, is about forty-seven years of age,
and has accumulated a fortune from
$15,000,000 to $20,000,000. A few years
ago he bought about 3,000 acres of land
some sixteen miles from Chicago, at a
cost of about $1,000,000, and there com
menced to build a city bearing his
name. He has erected vast shops for
making cars, and employs from 5,000 to
6,000 workers in wood, iron, glass, pain
ters, upholsterers, &c.
A Police Officer In Limbo.
Galveston, Dec. 9. A News Dallas
special says Police Officer John Crowd
ers was arrested and imprisoned last
night charged with the rape of a girl
named Donnic Wiggintons.
Want an Advance ot Wages.
London, Jan. 9. The cotton weavers
of Lancashire have decided to apply for
a general advance of wages.
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Imnotenee of mind, limb, or Tltal function, ner-
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Wells' Health Benewer. si at druggists. Depot
J. H. McAden, Charlotte, N. C
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Courts, aad counUes of Mecklen-.
burg, Cabarrus, Union, Gas
ton, Rowan and Da-. , . , . .
Eft Office, two- doors east of Lndependenee
square. marzw u
RO, D. GRAHAM,
117 the State and United States Courts. CoDee
Bona, Home and Foreign, solicited. Ab
stracts of Titles, Surreys, &c, furnished for com
Omoi : It X. Corner Tr - Tifuu streets
Charlotte, -------J--'- - -. '-1110.0.
.WE BLA.VK just received a second stock OF LADIES '
WE 8TILL HAVE A HANDSOME LIKE OF
Shaker Flannels, Blankets and Comfortables.
LADIES, GENTS' and MISSES
TO CLOSE CHEAP.
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED HOSIERY.
We will offer from this date our 6ntlre stock of
Ulsters, Mm Jackets, Dolmans and Cloaks at Cost.
CALL EAELT and
SEED OATS !
SEED OATS !
BAGGING AND TIES
We are agents for
THE WATT PLOW
And will sell It lower than yon can boy an othe
" good plow. Full assortment always on hand.
Call and see us before purchasing.
MAYER & ROSS.
U U ULlhJ
ALSO, A LARGE LIKE OF
C. C- D. A.
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
IN THE SOUTH.
itli Music House
CHICKKBDvU & EONS,
KHANICH & BACH,
And other PIANOS.
MASON & HAMLIN,
PJJLODBET & CO.,
AND OTHER ORGANS.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAT SELLS STRICTLY
ty Ask me for prices If you want good work
and you will never buy anything but the best
Address or call on,
GREAT GERM DESTROYER.
PITTING OP" SMALL
Ulsters purified and
Gangrene prevented and
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvey cured in short
j SMALLPOX Q
p ERADICATED. I
Sick hooms purified and
Fevered and 81ck Per
sons relieved and re
freshed by bathl g
with Prophj latlc Huid
added to tbe water.
Soft White Complexions
secured by its use In
Tetter dried up.
It Is perfectly harmless.
or r-ore xnroai u is a
Impure air made harm
less and purified by
To Durlty,the Breath
Cleanse the Teeth, it
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Ship Fever preventea Dy
Tn cases of death In the
house, It should always
be used about the
corpse -it will prevent
any unpleasant smell.
Burns relieed Instantly.
Removes ail unpleasant
An antidote for animal
or Vegetable Poison,
Dangerous effluvias of
sickrooms and nospi
tals removed by Its use.
Yellow Fever Eradicated.
In fact it Is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier,
J. H. ZEILIN" & CO,
Manufacturing Chemists, Sola Proprietors;-
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