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Ije l)arbttt bserutr,
OaUy, one yen, poet-voM, in advance 88 00
ftemoirfft 4 00
Three motJJm.. 2.00
f tne month... 78
Weekly (in the county), in mdvanee S2.00
Outoftheeounty, fort-paid 2.10
ix month l.OS
goolt ana goo grttttiM0.
THE OBSERVER JOB DEPARTMENT
Has been thoroughly supplied with every needed
want, and with the latest styles of Type, and every
manner ol Job Printing can now be done with
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nish at short notice,
LET TER-HEADS, CARDS,
TAGS, RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS. CIRCULARS. CHECKS. 4c
CHARLOTTE, N. C.J FRIDAY JANUARY 13,1882.
' Liberal. Reduction for Out.
Boots an ft Txaz&
Lvons' Patent Metallic Stiffeneis
Boots and Sfeoes
Wearing off at the Sides or Ripping
IN THE SEAMS.
Johnson's Silk and Felt Insoks
RHEUMATIC CRAMP. COLD FEET. BUNNIONS
PEGRAM & CO.,
TO TEEB I GIVE HEftT.TH.
"Excellent Tonic, Alterative and Diuretic."
Medical Association, Lynchburg. Va.
"Used with great benefit in Malaria and Diph-therla."-S.
F. Dupon, M. D.. Ga. .
"Successfully used In dyspepsia, chronic diar
rhoea and scrofula." Prof, a Jackson. M. D.,
Univ. Perm. . . , T
"Invaluable as a nervous tonic." -Hon. L u
Fowler, Term. . , , ,,,
"Recommended s a prophylactic In malarial
d!strl0tt."-D. R. Falrex, M. D.. N. O.
"Restores debilitated systems to health." T. c.
"iHonti in Ahmnta diarrhoea, seroruia, ana
dyspepsla.-"-Geo. T. Harrison, M. D..N. -"Successful
In diphtheria and neuralgia." J. r.
Wuu TH 1 V C.
Excellent for certain diseases peculiar to wo
rn. "Prof. J. J. Moorman, M. D.. Va.
'Hromnt in rellevlns headache, sick and ner-
iiiu ua R f! TVvTann
'nod vith mi benent In dyspepsia." J. Me-
Rnlnh Iff n Pa
"Butted to bronchitis and diseases of digestive
organs. J. j. bsukiuvu, . -) .
"Most valuable remedy known for female dla-
eages.'Wno. P. Meueaur, b. v., i
'Of great curative virtue." Thos. F. Rumfold,
tx n urn
"RAnAnAfni in nterme derangement and mala-'
In... nJIHinl Iff. Va.fl. ML D.. Ohio.
rhinnina on the comDlexton. making it
nuuith alaaf anft ftnrl ma.": UiaS M.. OI 8. CL
"TiMnHnn of mineral tonics." Francis GU-
llnm. M n . N. C
"rfwwrimKhia as a tonle and alterative." un-
ter Mcdnlre. M. D., Va.
"Fine appetizer and Wood purifier." H. Fisher,
"Verv benefldal In Improving a reduced sys
tem." Bishop Beckwlta, ef Oa
"Invalids here find welcome and health. "-ev.
John Hannon. lata of La., now of Rlchmona, va.
"Has real merit. " fiouthwn Med. Journal.
Water. 4 t ease. Mass and PUls. 25, 60, 75
cents. Sent post-paid anywhere.
Summer season f Springs begins 1st Jon. 935
v montn. Aaoress ,
A. li. ATTES, Presn of tte Co.,
78 Main St., Imshbur Va., P. O. Box 174.
WILSON ft BUBWSLL.
J. H. McADEN, and
mar27 ....... .
iB (Soots, dftirtttitte, Uz.
WILL BE SOLD AT
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
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Only Ask an Inspection to Convince You.
Pain in the Back and Side.
There la nothing more painful than these
diseases; but the pain can be removed and
the disease cured by use of Perry Davis'
This remedy is not a cheap Benzine
or Petroleum product that must be kept
away from Are 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
for forty years, and the universal testimony
from all parts of the world is, It never
fails. It not only effects a permanent cure,
but It relieves pain almost instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, It la safe
in the hands of the most inexperienced.
The record of cures by the use of Pain
Knxra would All volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show rhat
those who have tried it think:
Edgar Cady, Owatonna, Minn., says :
About a year since my wife became subject
to severe Buffering' from rheumatism. Our
resort was to the Pam SxLLxn, wliich speedily
Charles Powell writes from the Sailors'
Home, London :
I had bean afflicted three years with neuralgia
and nolent spasms of the stemach. The doctors
at Westminster Hospital gave up my case In
despair. I tried your Pais Kilur. and it gave
me immediate relief. I have regained my
strength, and am now able to follow my usual
G. H. Walworth. Baco, Me., writes :
I experienced immediate relief from pain In
the side by the use of your Pais kti.t kb,
E. York says:
I have used your PAnf Ktlixb for rheumatism,
and have received great benefit.
Barton Seaman says :
Have need Paw Ktt.t.hr for thirty years,
and have found it a never-failing remedy for
rheumatism and lameness.
Mr. Burditt writes :
It never fails toflrive wltaf tn num ett iVmjumHanv
PhlL Gilbert, Somerset, Pa., writes :
From actual use, I know your Pain TTtt.t.itti.
is the beet medicine I can get.
All druggists keep Pain Killer. Its price
Is so low that It is within the reach of all,
and It will save many times Its cost In doctors'
bills. UOc, 50c. and 91.00 a bottle.
PERRY DAVIS Su SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
sept d&w sept a oct.
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Pain in theHead.with a dull sensation in
the back part, Fain nnder the ahoulder-
lade. fWness after eating, wit
iltnation to wrtton ef body
Irritability of temper. Ijow bbi
nf mumorr. withafeehna: of havini
Fluttering of the Heart, Dots before the
eyes. Yeuow SKin, iieaaaone. jaesuess
neas at night, highly colored Urine.
It these WASjrnf gs axe xtkhezdzd,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'g PILLS are especially adapted to
anon eaaea.oxie dose effects saeh a change
of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
Tbey Increase the Appetite, and causa the
body to Take on Fleab, thus the system Is
nourished, and by tbeirTeale Aetioaon the
Digestive Ora-ana. BelaraooU arepro
duced. Price 25 cents. S3 Murray Bt, N.T.
TUTT'S HAIR OYE,
- Gbat HAMbrWiu8kicBs"changed to iOlomt
Black by a single application of this Drs. It
- Imparts a natural color, acta Instantaneously.
SotSby Druggists, er sent by express on receipt of f I.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
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CwM Itolpti wUl .MiiiaraM e aaattoa.F
" Eeby. 28oodwi ' ;
Gipjet, Bucha, Man
drake, StUlingfci, and
many of the best medi
cines known are com
bined in Parker's Ginger
Tonic, into- a medicine
of such varied powers, as
to nuke it the greatest!
P.liwl Purifier and the I
It cures Rheumatism, I
Sleeplessness, & ditrsrss I
Ottne stomacn,. cowta,
Times. Lirer & Kidneys. I
Bitters: Cmter Essences!
and other Tones, as it I
faw. . Nawbllmta nttonths never uHoXicatd.
jwtUaliBlartoEny aalr. & Co., ChemisU, N. Y.
Ms. sad SI iIsm. Iatf BsTtegBaylnf Dollar Bias.
, Chew onl
the brand of tobacco known as The
THTK old Oaken Bucket,
The Iron-bound bucket,
- The moss-eovered bucket,
' ; i j That hung in the well.
' CHkfL H. jONSL
' Charlotte, N. C.,6ole Agent.
Fall s Winter Goods
THE OPEN CHEST.
TBAISLATIOH tbom lxnatt.
Sadly I stepped tomy mother's room
She had traveled away, and came home no more;
Now she lay tn the quiet tomb
Loneiy ana orpnanea, my ne&n was s re.
Her chest stood open: I found It to-day
. Just as she left it, in baste to depart;
Things strewed about, in the usual war,
Just as she left
baste to dei
When horses wait at the door to start
There lay her prayer-book, opea wide.
With household bills, in her writing fair?
Ind left from her breakfast the day she died.
morsel of cake sou crumbled tneie.
The prayer I read where the page lay turned
My trembling heart now beat In fear
The prayer of a mother whose spirit yearned
rot heavenly messing on enuaren aear.
I read the writing her hand bad traced
No longer my pain might be suppressed
Bead her figures, and tore In haste
joys reckonings irom my acning d roast.
I gathered up. with a pious care.
Each tiniest crumb of her little cake;
Ate of the choking morsel there,
ana wept uu my mean was uae w ureas.
I fESU OF INTEREST.
Mr. Blaine's new house will be the
finest in Washington.
There are 3.000 bodies buried in the
potter's field in New York.
vOne bank in Boston has sixteen tons
of gold stored in its vaults.
Betsy Patterson Bonaparte kept every
Dounet that sue had ever worn.
The cold snap has killed two camels,
six monkeys, and some snakes in a
Last spring ex Governor Stamford,
of California, planted 250,000 grape
vines on his farm.
Sir George Jessel, the master of the
rolls, and the first Jew who ever sat on
an English bench, is 57 years old.
"Were it not for our Indian empire,"
says an Englishman, "thousands of our
1 J 11- 1 1 J L 11. i. . 3 J
iiiiuuie ciass woum up unnmt? to iiuu
any remunerative career.
During the last five years Kentucky
and Ohio tobacco Lias outranked that
of Virginia; the crop of the latter State
is now, however, restored to its former
importance in point of superior quality.
Laplanders are blessed with very
hearty appetites. The peasant of the
country is said to consume ten times
more flesh than a native of Sweden.
A deer is just enough to last a four per
sons one week.
The London Academy says: "The
balance of trade between England and
America is turning against this country
(Englanu) in the case of literature as
well as other commodities.
Brtron Alphouso de Rotchschild pur
chased fur his wife the famous neck
lace of pearls sold for $134,000 at the
auction of Mme. Blanc's jewels. The
Monaco lady's diamond Btudded fan
was, by the way, valued at $25,000.
Mr. Cameron, the new governor of
Virginia, is happily a married man, and
so. tor tne nrst time in twelve years, a
lady will preside at the executive man
pe Fear and Yadkin Vally Hall
road. Greensboro Patriot.
A letter from Dr. Canedo, January
9th. received here yesterday, says that
the contract for tne purcnase or tne
Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railroad
has been signed uy tne syndicate ana
forwarded to Governor Jarvis. This
begins to look like business. Some al
terations in the original charter iwill
have to be made, which will require
special legislation. This will involve a
special session of tne legislature, ana
it will devolve upon Governor Jarvis
to issue the call. This he will no doubt
do at an early day. The Cape Fear and
Yadkin Valley road promises now to
be the greatest scheme of internal im-
frovement ever couceived in tne state,
f there is any disinterested patriotism
in the State a fine field is nere present
ed for its fullest exercise and enjoy
ment. A elance at the map shows the
route to be a direct line from Wilming
ton, N. C to Huntington, WestVa.
Bv laving a straight rule on tne map.
one end on iiunungton, me otner on
Wilminotnn. it novftra Wvthville. V a
ML Airy, Greensboro and Fayettevule.
Work has already begun on tne Guyan-
dotte end of tne road, a cnarter nas
been obtained from the State of West
Virginia, thejcompany organized and 74
miles or tne roaa rrom liuyanaotte to
Huntington Etirveyea ana locatea.
Who Robbed Jeff Daria )
New York World.
The controversy excited by the charge
which Geheral Johnson was misunder-
stood and misreported to have made
against Jefferson Davis, of having fail
ed to account for a large sum
of money belonging to the confederate
treasury, has resulted in a curious con
tribution to the story of the capture of
Davis. Mr. J. S. Schenck. formerly a
captain of Illinois volunteers, writes to
the Binghamton Republican that he hag
heard the story from several members
of the regiment ,the Fourth Michigan
cavalry, which captured Davis. It ap
pears that among the baggage of Mr.
Davis' party were a pair of saddle-bags
containing $5,000 in confederate gold.
These were missed snortiy alter tne
capture, and several circumstances fix
ed the suspicion of having stolen them
upon one .Lyncn. a private in tne Mien
igan regiment who had joined it as a
deserter from the confederate service.
Lynch protested that he had not the
money, but it is asseited, on what evi
denceis not set set forth, that he buried
it near the scene of the capture, and
that after his discharge from the army
he returned and recovered it. Mrs
Davis, it is added, alarmed by the theft,
confided to the commander of the cap
turing party that she had in her own
custody some 83,000 in gold, and asked
him to. take charge or it, wnicn ne de
clined, assuring her that she was safe
in retaining it. There seems to oe no
doubt that thejnoney stolen by Lynch
and that kept by Mrs. Davis ; together
comprised all the funds in possession of
the Davis party at the time oi tne cap
A Developing; Industry
The total acreage of sorghum cane in
the State of Kansas last year was 45,
628 and the product 3,899,440 gallons of
molasses. The value of the sorghum
molasses produced in is.ansas nas in
creased from $350,838 in 1874 to $1,754,-
738 in 1881. The farmers and stock
men learn from experience tnat sor
ghum is better than rice corn for stock
feeding - purposes. Cattle and sheep
will eat the seed, oiaaes ana: staiKS oi
l orghura cane, while . only the seed of
i the rice corn 1 is eaten. Nearly all the
I sneeoof Southern Kansas are being fed
i on sorgnum cane tnis winter, it, is cut
and cured the same as hay. '- i
Consumption of the hmg tissue nust steadily
innnuuM b tne retention ot tne wai -corrunaon.
nr. Bail's, eaach svruo ' Dromotes KenOe exoet-
tton and gives great teller to those tfrlng with
THE PaESlXElfT8 IL.L.NESS.
Why tne Gererameni 8bonld Net Par
the Dtfctor'a Bills.
A prominent -Missouri Senator said
yesterday in reference to the passage
by Congress of a bill to pay the ex
Denses of the illness of President Gar-
held, growing out of the assassination:
"I regard such af measure as a danger
ous assumption of power. It would be
a precedent mat wonia very UKeiy
cause us much trouble, uur rormoi
government does not recognize a fa
vored class, in tne eyes or tne law tne
President of the United 'States is no
better than any other citizen. Strictly
speaking, he is like every other public
officer, a servant of the people, and he
has no more right to have bis expenses
and his doctor's bills paid out of the
national treasury than I have, or a
postmaster that serves his country at
fifteen dollars per annum. The Presi
dent receives a salary of if ty thousand
dollars a year, besides a large appropri
ation for the contingent expenses of
the White House, a large portion of
which, I understand, is used for the
subsistence of himself and family. I
regard the proposed measure, and there
are other Senators who eoncur with
me in this view, as an improper use of
the public funds. The salary of the
President was increased in order that
he could better meet any extraordinary
Upon being asked if the case of the
late President was not an exceptional
one, the Senator acknowledged that it
was, but called attention to tne recent
statement of Cyrus W. Field, that
6361391.72 had been collected for Mrs.
Garfield, $311,600 of which had been
invested in United States bonds, yield
ing an income of $12,440 per annum.
The Senator predicted that there would
be opposition to the bill, and that it
would not come solely from the Demo
cratic ranks. He thought, however,
that it would pass, but not until sev
eral Senators and Representatives had
placed themselves on record before its
passage as against making it a prece
dent. An Atu-uipt tu Compel a Repudiating1
County to Aleet Its Engagements.
Washington, January 10. The case
ex parte the State of Alabama, petition
for writ of habeas corpus, on the origi
nal docket of the Supreme Court of the
United States, was argued to-day by
Senators Morgan and Pugh on one side,
and ex-Chier J ustice Samuel x . nice on
the other side. The county of Cham
bers, in the State of Alabama, sub
scribed to the capital stock of the Eu
faula, Opelika, Oxford and Gunters-
ville Railroad Company, and the bonds
of the county were issued on the 1st of
January, 187G, in payment of said sub
scription, under the provisions of an
act authorizing such subscriptions, ap-
piovtd uecemuer 31, isos.
At tne May term, i87o, or tne Circuit
Court of the United States for the mid
dle district of Alabama, Dix &Co
residents ot tne island or uuDa, recov
ered a judgment .against Chambers
county for about two thousand dollars
upon past due interest coupons attach
ed to the bonds of the county issued as
aforesaid. An execution was issued
under said judgment and returned "no
property found." On the 15th of No
vember, 1875, Dix & Co. filed their peti
tion in said Circuit Court for a writ of
mandamus against the court of county
commissioners or un ambers county,
commanding them to levy and assess,
in accordance with the said act of 1868,
such a tax as would be sufficent to sat
isfy said judgment, and that they con
tinue to levy and assess said tax from
time to time until said judgment was
wholly satisfied. The writ was issued,
and in May, 1876, the commissioners
made return to said writ tnat on the
17th of December, 1875, the court of
county commissioners had levied the
tax as tnerein required.
Nothing further was done until May.
1881, when application was made to the
court for an attachment against said
commissioners for violating and dis
obeying said mandamus, and a rule to
show cause was issued made returnable
to the June term of the court. In July,
1881, the court adjudged the respon
dents guilty of contempt, but suspend
ed sentence until the next term of the
court in order that the defendants
might have an opportunity by that time
to pay said judgment, with interest and
costs, and required the respondents to
be and appear before the court upon
the first day of the term.
At the November term the court ad
judged the respondents guilty of con
tempt, and sentenced each to the pay
ment of a fine of $1,088 and to be im
prisoned in the county jail of Mont
gomery county until the fine and costs
were paid. The court also ordered that
if the judgment of said Dix & Co., and
ail the costs oi an j,he proceedings
should be paid in full and satisfaction
be entered of record before the said
fines were paid, then the respondents
should be discharged from imprison
ment. The respondents were commit
ted to jail, and an application for a writ
or nape as corpus was made to Hon. Don
Pardee, United States Circuit Judge,
who refused it, because he had not time
to hear it, and thereupon this applica
tion was made to the Supreme Court of
tne united states.
An interesting part of the history of
the oase is the fact that the Legislature
of Alabama passed an act "to allow tax
collectors to give separate bonds for
the collection of the ordinary State and
county taxes, and all other taxes for
special purposes," which was approved
March 4, 1876, and which, it is alleged.
was passed to meet this particular case.
it appears that tne person who was
chosen as tax collector of Chambers
county would not qualify,' and no other
person couia be found who would ac
cept the office if the duties of the office
required the collection of this special
tax, ana it was to meet tnis emergency
that the act last mentioned was enact
ed. The people of the. county are op
posed to tne payment of the Donas and
sustain the commissioners in their ac
The case was very, ably argued to-day,
and attracted the earnest attention of
the court and the members of the bar
in attendance. The decision of the Su
preme Court will be awaited with; much
interest, as it will naturally bear on the
propriety ana : legality of avoiding tne
payment of public debts duly contract
ed, wnicn practice at this time appears
to be getting so popular.
Tine la nener: emnhatloaltr so when Dr. Bull's
eough syrup frequently cores colds, coughs, etc..
In toss than day. Price 25c. Solo everywhere.
' L PavoraWe KtorletT-Te fieoi Bepatatlov
of "Brown's Bronchial Troches'' for the relief of
coughs, colds and throat diseases, hat given them
a favorable notoriety.
a L. McBrlde, of HcBrtde ft Co.. Crockery Mer
chants, Augusta, Ga.,-ars: 8. a a cured my
Catarrh ajjer he pest medical skill ot the TJ. a had
: Coffee drinkers ahould read : U advertisement
In another column beaded "flood Cutoa."
Extension of the FnrnlCnre Factory.
Greenville (S C.) Vews.
Mr. S. S. Gibbs, the well-known fur
niture dealer, has purchased an inter
est in the Greenville Furniture Facto
ry, and will proceed to improve the
facilities and extend the business. Sev
eral additional skilled mechanics have
already been put to work, and others
have been sent for. There is no doubt
that the business of the factory will
be increased until it assumes very
large and important proportions. It
has been running to its full capacity
ever since it has been in condition for
work, and now is considerably behind
on its orders, which come from as far
away as Abbeville, although there has
been no canvassing done at all. Mr.
Bo j n ton is confident that the business
can easily be increased so as to give
constant employment to fifty skilled
New fork Stock. Market,
New Yokk Jan. 1211 a. m. The
stock market opened rather heavy and
to to 1 per cent, lower than the
closing prices of yesterday, the latter
for Mannatten elevated. In early deal
ings the general list declined to 1
per cent, Mannatten elevated and Tex
as Pacific being most prominent there
in. Subsequently a recovery of M Pr
cent, took place, Quick Silver preferred
leeding the upward movement.
Accidentally Shot Himself.
JAckson, Miss., Jan. 12. W. S. Pow
er accidentally shot himself yesterday
while displaying a revolver to a young
lady to whom he was paying attention.
The wotind proved mortal, the young
man dying in two hours. He was a
son of State Senator Power, and was
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They may relieve, but they can't cure that lame
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a remedy to net directly on thtlr secretions, to
purify and restore their healthy condition. Kidney-Wort
has that specific action, and at the same
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to get sick, but gt a package u-day. and cure
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To all who are suffering from the errors and in
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cure you. FBES of CHABGE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary In South America,
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rxv.
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youthful color and lustre by the use of Parker's
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purity and rich perfume.
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VANCE & BAILEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors
CHARLOTTE, N. C
Practice in Supreme Court of the United States,
Supreme court oi norm uaroiraav xwer&i
Courts, and. counties of Mecklen
burg, Cabarrus; Union, Gas- ,
' " vtdsoiL
rOOee. tire doom east of Independence
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r k the State and' United States Courts. Collee
b ttmsL HrtBM 1 sod ronton. - solicited. -At
sets of Titles, Snrreysv furnished lor com
OsrncBs -lL 1
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SECOND
WE STILL HAVE A HANDSOME LINE OF
Shaker Flannels, Blankets and Comfortables.
LADIES', GENTS' and MISSES
HER I NO UN-DERWEAft.
TO CLOSE CHEAP. ALSO, A LARGE LINE OF
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED HOSIERY.
We will offer from this
Ulsters, Walking Jackets, Dolmans and Cloaks at Cost.
CALL EARLY and SECURE BARGAINS.
HARGRAVES & WILHELM.
SEED OATS S
BAGGING AND TIES
We 8J9 agents for
THE WATT PLOW
And win sell it lower than you can buy an cthe
good plow. Full assortment always on hand.
' : Call and see us before purchasing.
MAYER .& ROSS.
date our entire stock of
C. C. D. A.
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IN THE SOUTH.
CHICK ERING & EONS,
KRANICH & BACH,
And other PIANOS.
MASON & HAMLIN,
PELODBET & CO.,
AND OTHER ORGANS.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAT SELLS STRICTLY
Ask me for prices If ycu want good work.
and you will never buy anything but the best.
tST Address or call on,
GREAT GERM DESTROYER.
PITTING OF SMALL
Ulsters purified and
Gangrene prevented and
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvey cured In short
Tetter dried op.
It Is perfectly harmless.
For -ore Throat It Is a
Sick Kooms pun ed and
made pleasan ri
Fevered and Sick Per
sons relieved and re
freshed bv baihl g
with Prophylatic 'lu d
added to ifee water.
Soft White Complexions
secured by Its use in
Impure Air made harm
less ana puimea uy
To Duriry the Breath.
Cleanse the Teeth, It
ship Fever prevented by
In cases of death In the
house, U should always
be used a' out the
corpse -It will prevent
any unpleasant smell.
An antidote for animal
or Vegetable Poison,
Dangerous effluvlas of
sickrooms and hospi
tals removed by Its use.
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Burns relieved Instantly.
Removes all unpleasant
Yellow Fever Eradicated.
In fact it is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier,
J. H. ZEILIN & CO
Manufacturing Chemists, Sole Proprietor?
II. ...ill lIJ I " BfcJr
Tie Mei l i Music House
Charlotte, & C.