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Lyods' Patent Metallic Stiffeners
Boots aod Shoes
Wearing off at the Sides or Ripping
IN THE SEAMS.
Johnson's Silk and Felt Insoles
RHEUMATIC CBAMP, COLD FEET, BUNNION3
PEGRAM & CO.,
TO THEB I GIVE HEALTH.
"Excellent Tonic. Alterative and Diuretic."
Moriiai iiinMitliin t.vnphhure. Va.
"Used with great benefit In Malaria, and Dlph-
thorla " a V nnmti M Tl.. f- -
"ueiBtuiiv used in drsDensla, chronic d!ar-I
rhnpn nnd f ria Prof. 8. Jackson. M. D.,
"TTivntnrlhle na A. nervOUS tOnlC." Hon. L O.
Hi(.omrhniid as a DrODhylactlc In malarial
11atplna1 ' T D Tolm M II .N.O.
"Bestpres debilitated systems tP heajth." . C.
'Ada'niMi in chronic diarrhoea, scrofula, and
(tyspepsia.-Geo. T. Harrison, M. P., H. T;
"Successful in diphtheria and nenfalgla.'W. P.
K a U Tl VP.
Sxcsnentforwrtata dlsaHses peculiar to wo
wn." Prof. 3. 1. Hoorman. M. D., Va
'Prompt in relieving headache, sick and ner-.
"Usui with irrent benefit la dTSDepsla." J. Mo--J
Rnlnh M Tl Ta .
"bulled to bronchitis and diseases pf digestive
(inrano J V UnutrMtm. lif. O.. Al&.
"Most valuable remedy known for; female dls-
Mui Tnn D Uattanrt. V Til T. D. . "
"Of great curaUTe virtue." Thos. F. Bomf old, i
&i a. Mo.- -M
"Beneficial in uterine derangmenrand mala-
rinnionniiH.ii.n Iff Vail Iff. T- Onto. .
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. 'tstinDle8 4 tonto.aitf Stera"- W-
wr ucuulre, M. D vs. - . -
lr"Finp appetiser and blood purlfler."-a Fisher,
"Verr hAneflnlal tn lmDTOvlna reduoed 87 -
tern" m.hi.i af.It ' -
'irr.DnlM. , n mnia anil hnUh-M BCV.
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ioia Anil saVsalAriTiriA and ni
John Hannon. lat of La., now of Richmond, Vv
Has real merit wSoutlwn veL joarnaj.
Water. $4 ease. Mass and Pills. 25, 50, 75
Summer season ef Springs begins 1st June. 930
v monta, -Address - " 4 ' ' '
78 Main &L. Lynchburg. Va. P.O. Box 174.
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. Pain in the Back and Side.
There Is nothing more painful tlran these
diseases; but the pain can be removed and
the disease cored by use of Perry Davis'
This remedy la not a chon Benzlna
or Petroleum product that must be kept
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
for forty years, and the universal testimony
from all parts of the world is, It never
falls. It not only effects a permanent cure,
but It relieves pain almost instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, it Is sate
In the hands of the most inexperienced.
The record of cures by the use of Pact
Eillkb would fill volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show what
those who have tried it think:
Edgar Cady, Owatonna, Minn., says :
aooui a year since my vue became subject
to severe suffering from rheumatism. Our
resort was to the P aix HiTiLw, which speedily
Charles Powell writes from the Bailors'
nome, uraoon :
i AM.oeen amictea three Tsars with nenraurla
of the Btemach. The doctors
t Westminster Hospital rare uo mr ease In
despair. I tried your Pain Btt t n mi it gare
me immediate relief. I have regained my
Btrejyrth, and am now able to follow my usual
from Dain in
. York say s:
I have nsed voitp P a rw
tn f o rhermiatism,
an4 have vnvdwwl umi
Barton seaman says :
iiave used fAxw Kn.l.TO for thirty
ana nave iouna n a nevtr patting rem
Mr. Burditt writes:
It never fail to oive relief In nm nf riMuiiiiMmn-
rin.iiriMi.in mild mrnflnwH
PhlL Gilbert, Somerset, Pa., writes :
rrom actual use, I know your Pain JCilixb
is the best medicine I can get, -
All druggists keep Pact Killxk. its price
Is so low that it is within the reach of all,
and it win save many times Its cost in doctors'
bUla 25c., fiOc and 81.06 a botQe. ,
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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
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SYMPTOMS OF A :
Iiosiof appetlte,wanaea.oowei8 oosnve.
Pain in tbeHead.witb. a dull sensation in
the back part, Pain under the shoulder-
blade, fullness after eat
tog, with adisi
on to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper, Ikw spirita. Xjobs
of memory, witb. a feeling of hajing neg
lected some dnty,wearinesB, Dlaglnesa,
Fluttering of tbe Heart. Pots before the
eyes. Yellow BMP. Meadaone. gestlesar
ness at night, highly colored Urine,
IF THESE WASSJSQS ABE TT5HXXDEB,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE 0EVEL0PED.
TTJTTS FILLS are especially adapted t
aeb.eases,oiie doae effects such a change
of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
They Xnerease the Appetite, and cause the
body to Take on Vleeb, thus the system is
BMSirtalied, and by thetrTsale Aetle oathe
duced. Price iB cents. a Warray tw W.Y.
air oc Whisk bbs changed to a aiflssr
V alnule jippTication Of this DTK. It
a natural etAar, acts InsUntaneousiy.
ueeiata,oc sent bv cxpresf on
receipt vi i.
OfYlG. 35 Murray St: New York.
a Dft fTTrTS KAICALaf Talol.Iaftjf-iaUa .
f CfSa JUMista wUI h mMSbStUf fa aiU(4-.
Owger, iSuchu, Man!
::;. 4irace, : euuicgia, ana
many pf the best medi
cines known are com
bined in Parkcr'sGuiger
Tonic, into a tnedkane
of such varied powers, a
to make it the greatest
TtfanA Punfier and the
; Ksstortr lirr usv-a,
. It cum jUietunatisin,
Elceplegsne5( ft dtseaets
fc- i,.: .. - 1.UUCS. AAver. K viancvi.
air - paisarn
gjT NrrefWto fkt avefiatoxtea, ftscox
Chew only the brand of
tobacco Known as The
Old oaken Bucket. - ; ,
THITold Oaken Bucket, , , -The
tron-bound bucket, ; :
r The moss-covered bucket, "-r?.-,
. That hung in the welL "
' ' "" rtrlft n 'JONXd.
;C ' - CharlottB.N.CMSoleAgenV
Liberal terms to dealers, ;. t . ,
BepreeesttatlTe Kokesost Reeolsttiaa
te Dectue lrtstiia Iinde Fswf eitesl. ,
Washington, January ll.The fol
lowing la a copy of the joint resolution
introduced in the House to-day by Rep
resentative Robeson to declare certain
lands heretofore granted - to railroad
companies- forfeited to the United
State?, and to restore the same to the
public domain and . open the same to
seuiera; f - , r-. -1 -
Be it resolved, eta, That the grants
of public land heretofore made to cer
tain railroad companies and to certain
States, to aid f in the construction of
roads and railroads for the benefit of
certain corporations ' named; in the
schedule hereto appended, so far as the
same have not been 'earned by the ful
filment of the conditions of said grants,
be and the same are hereby, declared
forfeited, and shall revert to the Uni
ted States and be open to settlement as
are other public lands. It shall be the
duty of the Secretary of the Interior
within days from and after the pas
sage of this act ts cause public notice
to be given by advertisement that the
reservations made for the benefit of
said companies as in the said schedule
hereunto affixed be and the same are
vacated, withdrawn and annulled, and
that said lands are open to settlement,
and that entries thereof and therefor
will be received at the, land offices in
the several districts ih Which said lands
are located on the terms and conditions
prescribed- by law; 1 --- i i
The schedule referred, to in the reso
lution enumerates the, following rail
roads, together with .' the. , estimated
quantity of land granted to each;
Gulf and Ship Island.....
Alabama and Florida.. ....
Coosa and Tennessee
Mobile and Girard
Coosa and Chattanooga. . .
Alabama and Chattanooga
(formerly Northwest and
Southwest Alabama and
Wills Valley Railroads..
Pensacola and Georgia. . .
Florida, Atlantic and Gulf
North Louisiana and Tex
as (formerly Yicksburg
Sbreveport and Texas
JNew Orleans, Baton uouge
St. Louis and Iron Moun
tain Little Rock and FortSmith
Detroit and Wilwaukee...
Houghton and Ontonagon
(formerly Marquette and
Ontonagon). . .
North Wisconsin (formerly
St. Croix aud Lake supe
rior and branch to Bay
ly Tortage, Winnebago
and Superior).. 1,800,000.00
St. .Fauiand .Facinc, su
Vincent extension (for
merly branch to Red
River of the North)
St. Paul and Pacific, Brai-
nerd branch (formerly
branch to Lake Superior)
Hastings and Dakota
Oreeon Central 1,200,000.00
Atlantic and facific : 42,000,000.00
Texas Pacific 18.000,000.00
Northern Pacific 47x100,000.00
New Yobk. January 1L Mr. Tel-
er's resolution calling iibon the Inte
rior Department for copies of the de
cision of ex -Secretary Schurz concern
ne the Northern Pacific land grant bas
been made the occasion of an attack
on Mr. Schurz and his paper the Even
ing Post, by the .Express and Mau in
return for the Post's criticisms of the
elevated railroad financiering by Cyrus
W. Field. The Post in an editorial
his afternoon says, after reviewing the
matter: It appears, therefore, that 11
Mr. Schura had been in error in his un
derstanding of the law that error was
auDDorted bv the ODinion of the Attor
ney uenerai, wno was consulted oexore
the decision was made: by Congress,
' -f . 1 1 m
which during two sessions permitted
the decision to stand and to be acted
upon ; by the majority of the House
Committee on Pacific railroads, which
reoorted concurrence in it ; by the De
partment of Justice, which recently.
gave an opinion affirming it, and by
President Arthur, who ordered it to be
f urther acted upon. Moreover, the de
cision of the most important point-
namely, the forfeiture of the land
errant was by no . means peculiar to
the Northern Pacific. There were sev
eral other cases before the department
of land-grant railroads that bad railed
to comDlv With their conditions, and
they were ail deemed, as mey naara
' . a a J . A
be. wbetner tne aecrecary iiKea it or
not in accordance with the well
known decision of the Supreme Court
of the United States in the case of
Schnlenbura and Harriman, that a land
errant was not forfeited unui we ior-
feitnre should be expressly declared by
Congress or upon proper proceedings by
the Attorney General of the United
States in the courts."
FOIS GOLDEN SAND.
Which Lie at the Bottoms
Prom a' gentleman who was in the
citv vesterdav the Constitution learns
of the success which has attended the
experiments with the vacuum dredging
1 1 1 :i l i uA
una t wni uu was uuiil tut wura uu 1110
Chestatee river. It will be remember
ed that this boat was built for raising
the gravel from the beds of the riyers
and for wasning me sanq ana separa
ting the gold from it. The questions
to be decided were s Could the gold be
found in paying quantities in the sands
01 tne river oeaa r ana couia nio buuu
be lifted into the boat by the vacuum
DrocessY The trial of the boat was
made last Saturday on the Chestatee
river near Martin's ford. The test com
mencedat elven o'clock and lasted
for three hours. The boat raised the
sand at the rate of from two to four
tona everv five mtnutea. . Tills sana
was rapidly washed automatically in
sluice boxes and the cold collected in
quicksilver. As the Tesult of the three
hours worK tnere was secured two nun-
dred dollars worth of cold. The ex
pense was not more than twelve dol
lars. The send was found to po
rich, and - it is said there is enoue'
the rivers ot Geoxa to keep fifty boats
husy for fifty years.; Much excitement;
it is said: nrevails about LUhkmega on
account of the new method of i obtain
ing gold. A ne company wmon is pusn
incr the matter will beain the oonstruo-
tion of a number of other boats at once.
- Impotence of mind' limb: or vital funcUon. ner-;
vous weakness, sexual ; debility,' cured br
Wells' Health Benewer. S I at droggjsta. - Depot
McAden, Charlotta; N. -rr?T"' :4 ,
a L. VeBrlde. of UcBrtde at Co., Crockery Mer-
ehants, Augusta, Oa, saysr B. 8. B. cured my
Catarrh after the best medical skill ot the U S. bad
laued. ' j .
- ' '"" " j " ' sO ' ' r" '
Coffee drinkers should read the advertisement
In another column headed "Gooc Coffee."
Tho Tremble mis JEaaaa Abbott Saw
Cmnacsl hyjEtolnf VaGlatated Net on
St Louis ispeelatf
Emma Abbott, the songstress, spent
to-day, in SL Louis, much against her
wxu, iuu reuoivcu mo attenuun ox sur
geons : lor Beverai hours, two weeks
ago Miss ADDoit appeared in - Chicago,
and became so alarmed at the presence
of small-pox that she determined to be
vaccinated. To adorn the sharelv arm
of a prima donna with a plebean scab
would simply be outrageous, and the
public would not for an instance tol
erate it. The next question that natu
rally occurred to the Chicago physician
was "where then?" That was the seri
ous point, and the - problem -required
several days discussion but finally
Miss Abbott and her husband decided
Uiat the prima donna's left leg should
receive the vaccine. Singular enough
the. attendihgt physician applied the
Virus above the knee, where the large
muscles' of the hip are easiest affected,
anff-where a, hurt of any kind is sure to
interfere with.pedestsianism. Of course,
Miss Abbott ws cautioned not to exer-.
cise Vlierself unduly, nor In all the rc
mantic episodes of her repertoire should
she forget her vaccination,' ; ! - i
. , ; Slt ' X . lLL.il
xitet . leaving, uuicagu - uie Aouott
company followed the Kellogg com
pany in a series of one-night - stands
throughout the minor' cities of Minne
sota. The rapid traveling and frequent
appearances of Miss Abbott naturally
had au exhaustive effect, and her "vac
cination" became greatly inflamed and
verv nainf ul. Finallv. on Fridav even
ing last; she and her company opened
the new opera house at . lijariugton,
Iowa. On this occasion Miss Abbott
appeared" in the mad scene from1
"Lucia and an act f romu ra Diavowx ,
The rapturous applause of the immense)
audience, the beautiful surroundings,!
and the situation generally caused her
to forget that she had a "vaccination,"
and she permitted herself to be carried
away bv the emotions of the scene.
Tbat.night there was great inflamma
tion and soreness m t be damaged limb.
The company left Burlington Saturday
morning, intending to reach Louisville
this evening. At St Louis Miss Ab
bott's condition was such that it was
deemed best to remain in the city and
consult medical men. By a course of
treatment lasting all day the limb was
so far restored to its normal condition
that the journey to Louisville was re-sumedito-night.
The doctors say it was
a decidedly bad-looking leg when they
took hold 01 it this morning.
The Texas Jackass Habblt
His avoirdupois is about twelve
ponds, and his ears measure, from tip.
to tip, about sixteen inches. He does
not burro w-in the ground. - lie lies un
der cover of a bunch of prairie grass
but is very seldom found, at home, his
office hours being between' Sunset and
sunrise. Hejsxo be found during the
aay on tne open praine, wnerese ieeas
on tne tender snoots or tne mesquite
or sage grass, lie 13 nod a ferocious an
imal, as a stranger might be led to sup
pose from an examination of what
purports to be his picture under the
alias ot "The Texan Hare," in Gov.
Roberts' book. The lack rabbit has
several enemies, among them the cow
boy, wno shoots mm witn nis nne: the
coyote and the dog, that try to run him
down, and the governor of Texas,
above alluded, to, who libels him in his
book. He has two ways of protecting
himself against his enemies. One way
is to squat when he Buspects danger
and fold his ears along his sides. By.
doing this hepften escapes observation
as only nis back is exposed, tne color 01
which narmonizes with the brown 01
the withered grass. The other plan
that he uses when discovered and pur
sued, is to create remoteness between
himself and bis pursuer. In giving his
whole attention to this matter, when
necessary, be is a stupendous success
and earnest to a fault, when disturbed
he unlimbers his long legs, unfurls bis
ears, and goes of with a bound. He
enerally stops after running about a
undred yards and looks back to see n
his pursuer is enjoying the chase as
much as he thought he would, and then
he leaves for parts unknown. There
are many fast things, from an ice boat
to a note maturing in the bank, but
nothing to equal the jack rabbit. An
unfounded rumor gets around pretty
lively, but could not keep up with him
for two blocks. When an ordinary cur
dog tries to expedite a lack rabbit
route be makes a humiliating failure
of it, He only gives the rabbit gentle
exercise. The latter merely throws up
his ears, and, under easy sail, skims
leisurely along, tacking occasionally to
give the funeral procession time to
catch up. But if you want to see ve
locity, urgent speed and precipitated
haste, you have only to turn loose a
greyhound in the wase or a lacs rab
it. Pursued by a greyhound he will
let himself out" in a manner that
would astonish a prepaid half -rate mes
sage, if he is a rabbit that has never
had any experience with grey hound
before, he will start off at an easy pace,
but as he turns to wink derisively at
what he supposes to be an ordinarv yel
low dog he realizes that there is a force
in nature nitnerto unknown to himand
his look of astonishment,: alarm and
disgust, as he furls his ears and prompt
ly declines the nomination, is amusing.
Under such circumstances he goes too
fast for the eye to follow his move
ments, and presents the optical illusion
of a Streak, of jack rabbit a mile and a
Spirit of the South. "S.
Bro. Cowan, editor of the Anson
Times, and Bro. Henley, editor Of J the
Intelligencer, both published in Wades-
boro, engaged in a fisticuff last Satur
day, as we learn from our Wadesboro
correspondent. The fight grew : out Of
offensive allusions to each other in
their respective papers. - Mr. Cowan
made the attacx. using a Btick -which,
however, was caught by Mr. Henley,
ana tne mteuueu uiuw waraea on. t ue
parties then clinched and Mr. Henley
eot one 01 Mr.4Jowan,s nneers in nis
mouth an bit it pretty badly, when
they were separated. The- damage
doue was sngnt. .
- " 1 jl sm 1 "1 1 , ;
If our readers have any doubts about
the advantages of advertising the fol
lowing historical incident should set
them at rest. Just , before Blucher
came to the assistance of the weary
English at Waterloo an aide rode up to
Wellington and enquired wnat was nis
opinion of advertfsing.'i I think," re
plied the Iron Duke, "that an adver
tisement is a good thin:, and its value
is enhanced by. an occasional notice in
the local columns. Let the battle pro
ceed," , . ' v ; :j
A VaTOMMe IfeterletyThe 6eal Keivtatloa
of "Brown's Bronchial Troches' for the relief of
coughs, colds and throat diseases, has glren them
a favorable notoriety.
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. BUTION, CLASS B, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1882.
Hist MONTHLY DRAWING.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature ior jsaucauonat and Charitable purposes
with a capital of Sl.OOQ-000-to which a reserve
fund of Sn50.000 has since been added. .
B7 an overwhelming popular vote its franchise I
was maue a part or tne present state Constitution
adopted December 2d. A D. 1879.
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings Will
take place monthly.
It never scales or postpones. Look at the follow
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two 'Dollars Bach.
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize 830.000
1 Capital Prize 10,000
1 Capital Prize 5,000
; 2 Prizes of 82,500 5,000
5 Prizes of 1,000 6,000
20 Prizes of 500 10.000
100 Prizes of 100. 10,000
2UU razes 01 oU 10,000
500 Prizes of 20 10,000
1,000 Prizes of 10..... 10,000
9 Approximation Prizes of S3 00 82,700 I
9 Approximation Prizes of 200 1.800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
1857 Prizes, amounting to S 10,400
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
points, to whom liberal compensaUon will be paid.
address. Send orders by express or Registered
Letter, or Money Order bj mall, addressed only to
SI. A. UAVram
New Orleans, Louisiana,
or M. A. DAUPHIN, at.
No. 212 Broadway, New York.
N. B. Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
to the fact that the entire'number ot the Tickets
ior eacn Moothly Drawing is sold, and conse
quently all the prizes ln.each drawing are sold and
drawn and paid.
POPUXAB MONTHLY DRA-WtNG Of THE
. In the Cltr of Loutsvllla, on
TUESDAY, JANUARY Slst, 1882.
These drawlmrs occur monthly (Sundays except-
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As-
semDiy or aentuccy.
The United states Circuit Court on March 81,
rendered the following decisions:
f 1st Tkat (he Commonwealth Distribution Com
pany is legal.
d itadrawina are fair.
The Oompany has now on hand a large reserve
and. Read the list of prizes for the
1 Prize,. ...
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? 1Q Prizes, l,poo eacn.
1 zu razes,
100 Prizes,; , 100 eactt,........,...i
-200 Prizes, 50 eacn,. .......
600 Prizes, 20 each,.:.,,.,,,,...
0 Prizes, 300 each, Asewadmatlon Prizes S2.70C
pnxes, 00 . ; 7J
9 Prizes, loo : " r" ; -
.ia. V 1 1200
Whole Tickets. 82; Half TlcAeta, SI; 27 Tlekets,
istb Kg Ticket, aioa
Remit Money or Bank Draft tn .Letter, or send -
by JSxpress. - DON'T bssd ox RKGISTSBBD
LETTER OR P03TOFFICE ORDER. Orders of
S5 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
panse, aaaress au orders to - . -,- i
B. If.' BOARDMAW,' CourieTJoumal Build
Louisville, Ky, or 809 Broadway New York. -
jan8 - - - : .. "
H ard y & B rot h ers;
:COMliisSION MERCHANTS, , .
.' i ; Foraaleojt ' ' ' ; . ; ' f
COTTON, LUMBERv PEANUTS AND OTHER
. , jfEBHANDISXV '
And dealers In' PERUVIAN GUANO and other
Hake liberal cash advances en consignments,
1 ATOmptsaiM ana quicK returns, v.(
- 1 , . HARDTS 'WHARF,
, nov25 8m ' ' - Norfolk, Va,
ANQTKER STOCK OF TH1T VERY POPULAR
AlUWdol Black Inntiag,
. . -
it 15c per yard. Also, some new CORDS and TASSELS. '
We have delicate shades of BUNTINGS, for evening
Dresses. We are still offering bargains in
Efl7 - WOOEaSUT GOOD
The newest and most
seen in this market
convinced that we v, 111
SEED OATS !
BAGGING AND TIES
"we are stents for
THE WATT PLOW
And wUI sell it lower than you can buy an otbe
good plow Full assortment always on hand.
' - , call and see us before purchasing.
MAYER & ROSS.
durable Dress-Shield ever
RUBBERS. Call and be
Rive you bargain. Truly,
5esnes--.Ti .'"fi.K.j.: . 1:
C. C. D. A.
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
IN THE SOUTH.
The MeSnilli Music Hob
CHICKERING & SONS,
KRANICH & BACH,
And other PIAN03.
MASON & HAMLIN,
PKLODBET & CO.,
AND OTHER ORGANS.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAT SELLS STRICTLY
Ask me for prices If you want good work
and you will never buy anything but the best.
t3T Address or call on,
GREAT GERM DESTROYER.
PITTING OK SMALL
Ulsters purified and
Gangrene prevented and
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvey cured In short
Tetter dried op.
It is perfectly harmless.
For aore T hroat it Is a
Sick Rooms punned and
Fevered and Sick Per
sons relieved and re
ire8hed b y bathl g
with Prophrlatlc flud
added to the water.
Soft White Complexions
secured by its use In
Impure Air made harm
less ana punnea Dy
To Durirv the Breath.
Cleanse the Teeth, It
Cholera dlhslpated. -
can t be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Bums relieved Instantly,
bhtp Fever prevenieu oy
In cases of death in the
house. It should aiwys
be used a out the
corpse-It will prevent
any unpleasant smell.
An antidote for animal
or Vegetable Poison,
Dangerous efflavtas ot.
sick rooms and bospl
' tali removed by its use.
Removes all unpleasant
Yellow Ferer Eradicate ,
In fact it is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier,
J. EL ZEILIN & CO,
Manufacturing Chemists, 8)le Proprietors;
' ld?f " r - . fit.; (L
'St . LW'i
Everybody! Has Discovered