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ettnry. rueixw , '
CHARLOTTE, N. 0., FR&AY JANUARY 20,1882.
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, AC.
grt &oo&sr mothiuB, jc; AN INTERESTING BULLETIN
THE FERTILIZERS OUR FAR
MERS BUY, AND WHAT THET
PAT FOR THEM.
WILL BS SOLD AT
TO MAKE BOOM FOB
We Mean Every Word of This
Little Adylce tbat CoaCa NoUalns;
and Which La Worth Consider in a;.
N. C. Agb'l Exp't Station, )
Raleigh, N. C Jan. IT, 1882. f
A little over 85.000 tons of fertilizers
were sold in North Carolina last year.
The returns are not all in, but it is evi
dent that there was considerable in
crease in the sales over the year before,
in spite of the difficulties in transporta
tion last spring, which prevented many
farmers from getting all they wanted.
The average cash price of the simple
acid phosphate was $30.80. The aver
age cash price of the ammoniated phos
phate was $40.30. The average cash
price of all kinds was, therefore, $35.55
per ton. Supposing cash had been paid
for the 85,000 tons, the total amount paid
by our farmers for fertilizers would
be three million, twenty-one thousand,
seven hundred and fifty dollars, since
"We quote the following from the late
report of the city treasurer of Wil
mington, which shows that that city is
in a healthy condition, financially :
"I find by the tax : boek of 1881 real
estate assessed at $3485jp58, and the
rate of taxation onffajidtahree-fourths
mr nt The Dreseafrilebt of the city
is, all in bonds, $5724$0;; the sinking
fund is $41300. No floating debtor
past due coupons. The .six percent
bonds are now at par, and the eight
per cent, bonds cannofe be bought at
The current expenses far- -
the fiscal year ending;:
April 1st, 1881, were. . 0 . 54,480.67
Cash on hand at that date . 10,415.75
Thus we see that real es t
tate was assessed in 1871-31---,'
TVia nam pi real estate was ' rn
assessed in 1881 at 3,195.058.00
Deduction of assessment !
on real estate.. r 637,732.00
Total value of taxable
properly,, real and per
sonal in 1881
Cotton la Guilford,
; ertensboro Patriot
D, W. C. Benbow, at his cotton gin
seven miles soutn 01 ureensDoro, ;asc
year ginned 56,000 pounds of seed cot
ton. This year, up to the present time.
he has ginned 97,906 pounds, nearly
double as much as last years product,
notwithstandingjthere was not over dne
third as much made per acre this year
as last. Therefore it would seem there
was a vast increase in the acreage. In
addition to this fact, the farmers who
raised cotton almost to a man reported
that although the yield wassmall.it
was the best paying crop they had.
Cotton will pay in Guilford, and wheat
after cotton will do better than wheat
ami Purcoased Mr. Bush's
Skates and Fixtures,
We will conduct the
We will conduct the
There Is but a very small proportion of the wo
men of ibis nation that do not suffer from some
of the diseases for which Kldne-Wort is spedflc
When the bowels hare become costive, headache
torments, kidneys out of nx. or Dllea distress, take
a package and its wonaerrui ionic ana renovating
cower will cure you and give new life. Watch
Derail u""""?-.owta&tw rrWl frwWtvis To all who are smlerlMfrom the errors and In-
nowever aDWwirauwv" U-OTr7T,. iJiiwSirSnS dlseretRm cyonth, nejveweaTnn
is largely in excess in 1881 of that re
turned by them in 1877.
The city tax on real estate
in 1877 was $ 76,657.80
The city tax on the same
real estate in 1881, with
four years' improvements
Only Ask an Inspection to Convince Yon.
T. L. Seiglc & Co.
Soots ai'tf Hoc3
Good Things !
Lyons'. Patent Metallic Mener
Boots and Shoes
n, , G. H. Walworth
Wearing off at the Sides or Ripping $ffi&
IN THE SEAMS.
Johnson's Silk and Felt Insolts
anauMATic cramp, cold feist, bunnions
PEGRAM & CO.,
Pain in tbe .Back and Side.
There 13 nothing more painful than these
diseases; hut the pain can he removed and
the disease cured by use ol Perry Davis
This remedy is not a cheap Benzlno
or Petroleum product that must be kept
away irom nre or neat 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,
hut It relieves pain almost instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, it Is sale
In the hand3 of the most Inexperienced.
The record of cures by the use ot Pact
Kiixkh would fill volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show 7hat
those -who have tried it think:
Edgar Cady, Owutomia, Minn., says :
About a year since my wife became subject
to severe suffering' from rheumatism. Our
resort was to the Pain IUllxb, which speedily
Charles Powell writes from the Sailors'
Home, London :
I had been afflicted three Tears with neuralgia
and violent spasms of the stemach. The doctors
at Westminster Hospital gave up my case In
despair. I tried your Pain Killer, and it gave
me immediate relief. I have regained my
strength, and am now able to follow my usual
O. H. Walworth, Baco, Me., writes: , ,
I experienced Immediate reuei irom pam m
le side by the use of your Pain Kit.i.bb.
and have received great benefit.
Barton Seaman says :
Have used Path Killkk for thirty years.
and have found it a never-fyiltng remea
Mt. Rnrditt writes !
1 1 nmr fails to give relief in cases of rheumatism.
Phil, GUnert, somerset, Fa., writes :
From actual use. I know your Pain KlT.T.na
Is the best medicine I can get.
All druggists keep Pain Killer. Its price
U bo low that H la within the reach of all,
and it will Bave many times lta cost In doctors'
biila. itOo., 50c. and 91.00 a bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence R. I.
sept aw sept a oct
ted Roods freresoldto scid ribosphates.
tne more correct casn vaiue 01 ieiu.ii
zers bought by our people would have
been about three million, two hundred
thousand dollars. But how many far
mers paid cash for their fertilizers r As
far as I can ascertain, hardly one
tenth of them. In the cotton country
not one-twentieth of them. Deducting
one-tenth, though, paid for in cash, we
have seventy-six thousand and five hun
dred tons paid for at the rate of 425
pounds of middling cotton in Novem
ber for ammoniatedphosphates and 300
pounds for acid phosphates at 11 cts.
per pound this is $33 for the acid phos
phata and $46.75 for the ammoniated
phosphate per ton. Supposing that the
tobacco men pay for time at the same
rate as the cotton men, we have three
millions, two hundred and sixty-ive
thousand dollars as the round sum paid
by the nine-tenths who buy on the cred
it system. Or, adding the amount paid
by the one-tenth cash men, we
have the grand total paid by
the State for fertilizers as above
Thus for six months time upon pur
chases, worth three million two hun
dred thousand dollars last May, our
farmers paid four hundred thousand
dollars, which is equal to an interest of
25 per cent per annum.
This is but an illustration of the
workings of the credit system pursued
by our farmers throughout the whole
country. The great majority of them
get everything they buy from their
commission merchants upon about the
same terms. During the summer, when
bacon is worth 9c. a pound, they get it
from their commission merchants for a
pound of cotton in the fall. It is not
surDrisine that many go down under
this system, mortgage first their crops
and then their lands, until finally they
become the vassals of their merchants
upon the land which they themselves
once owned. It is rather to be won
dered at that so many prosper under
such a system. It i3 a prosperous agri
culture, indeed, that can sustain such a
Although I believe that the use of
good super-phosphate upon our staples,
cotton and tobacco, has proven to be
eminently advantageous, let me implore
farmers not to be tempted by this pos
sibility of eain to buy more of them
than they can certainly and easily pay
for, in the event of a poor crop. Let
them rather buy just what thev can pay
cash for, direct from the manufacturers,
and thus save dealers' profits. Some
manufacturers, who pay the State tax
and submit their goods to examination,
specially solicit such trade. Let them
utilize further every available home
material and make their own manures.
If all the cotton seed, stable manure,
straw, &a, are carefully husbanded,
they will be found to go a long way.
These with acid phosphate and kamite,
which are still reasonably cheap, will
make excellent composts. 1 win give
some illustrations of excellent home
made fertilizers in a later bulletin.
Chas. W. Dabney, J r.,
oss of manhood, etc.. I will send a recipeuiM win i
core yon. VBXS of chabojs. tms great remeay
was discovered by a missionary In South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to- the Bkt.
JOSEPH T. USMAN. Station D, New York City
Coffee drinkers should read the advertisement
In another column headed "Good Coffee."
Reduction of city tax on
real estate 20,744.29
In the matter of the monthly license
taxes on merchants I find that tbe fol
lowing taxes were paid per month for
the respective years:
Auctioneers. $ 10.00
Bar Rooms 12 50
Commercial Brokers. . . 5.00
on sales of from $5,-
000 to $10,000 7.50
Wholesale and retail
dealers, on sales of
from $500 to $1,000. . . 5.00 4.00
And all other license taxes have been
reduced in the same proportion.
Upon the summing up I find the
sinking fund increased $41,800; the
dp.ht.rpdnp.fid ft 100.000: the tax on real
estate reduced 33 Per cent; the mer
chants' license tax reduced 35 per cent. ;
the city bonds at and above par, an ad
vance of 50 per cent
Clerk and Treasurer."
Fact About Small-Pox Vaccination
30 DAYS TRIAL
As It has ben heretofore. Tidies will be admitted every evening, and on Tuesday and Friday nights
from 7 UU 11 o'clock, free tf charge. The charge for gentlemen same as before. We have ordered
A LOT OF NEW SKATES
Per Express, and will have them In a few days. The best of order will be maintained.
HARGRAVES & WILHELM.
Inl IS, 1878
WE WILL SEND, ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL,
Y" - :;, : . ....... .. .
INDORSED BY 7 . n
PHYSICIANS, CLERQYMIN, AND
THt AFFLICTED i EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
T aTr"t.lte.lffaTMeft,bowels eorttTft
pTfnTfeWif ter eating, witn a dlsln-
Comnipnii of tbe Pre on llio Inde
pendent move nil ml.
The North Carolina Mahone is 8low
to show himself. He's no doubt asham
edif he is not he ought to be,
Tnhnntnn nnrt rrice.' juuuawu, um
and soured with disappointment price,
"Judge" he would like to be, never had
anytning in mm m ; rj,
rewarded far beyond his abilities when
he was made speaner or. toe nuuaom
our Legislature. So they are tue Ma-
hones, rwywuiuuiumi T ,,r
But here is more or. iue wtwer. c
give it for what it is.worth : "Colonel'
Nat, one of the "brightest minds, and
General Leach "probably the most elo
nrrnr in the State." Shades of
Demosthenes and Edmund Burke!
But we will see if they are going.
rfhility of temper.
morr. with aeeWofhavliig negT
kt ao riti a . lJizziness.
ifes'aTnight. highly coloredUrine.
-4tttm WttS r e especKUy adapted to
bilv to Tae" rieab. thus the system Is
ViirUtae. and by Uu-irToole Action on the
MtivWornn. BeKiilwrStooU arepro-
TIITT'S HAIR DYI.
J. .J..urmi chanced to aGtOBBY
TUEB I GIVE HEALTH.
"Excellent Tonic, Alterative and Dluretlc"
Medlcal Association, Lynchburg. Va.
Used with great benefit in Malaria and Dipn-theria."-S.
F. Dupon, M. D.. Ga.
Successtully used In dyspepsia, chronic uiar
rhrea and 8croIiila."-Prof. 8. Jackson, H.
U"invalnable as a neryooB tonic" -Ion. L C.
' 'Stom&dedas a prophylactic malarial
districts." D. B. Kairex, M. D.. N. O- T c
"Restores debilitated systems to healtn. 1. -
Mercer. 11. D.. Ind. . -fi,i nd
"kttmiA m .fimnift dtarrhcea. strrofuia, apa
t)ysnepsla."-Geo. T. Harrison. 1L . t.n
Successful in diphtheria and neuralgia. -
'iMrctrtaln dlses peenliar towo-cini."-Prof.
J. J. Moorman,. P.. .
' Hrompt in relleytng headache, and ner
vous." Eev. B. C, DoUson. - M
"Used with great benaut to dyapepala."-J- Mc"
B'ultedtobronoh!tl8and diseases of dlgesttve
organa."-J. F. Houghton, M. p.. Ala. di
"Most valuable remedy known for femaWdis-ease8."-Jno.
P.Metteaur. M. D., L. U - M
M"Of great curative vlrtue'-Thoa. F. Bumioia,
"Beneficial in uterine derangement wl
no;;., condiUons." ---"-. malclnK
smooth, clear, soft and TOsy."-Mls8 ;?5;l'qI1.
"The prince ot mineral tonlcs'-FrancU u
"inMtimAhiaaaatonlo and alterative. wr
or utnt D exoreos uu w
Office, 35 Murray BU H
M . teTTS lU5tt of ValMbis Wmr
uuger, poena, uw
er Mcuulre. L D., w inaber.
"Fine appetizer and blood purifier.
a reduced sys-
'Invalids here And welcome inan",.".,,
John Kon Wot IA now ot Blchmond, Vs.
"Has real merits-Southern Med. JournaL
rampniew iree, upo yv"5r wi ok. KO 75
Water. t4 V case. Mass and Pllu. 26t w, to
cents. Bent post-paid anywhere. . '
Summer seasonlif Springs begins lit 30
V month. Address
manv of the best
ctnes knovn are com
bined in Parker's Ginger
T'onic, Into a medicine
inch varied powers, as
to inake It tne grcarew
T1 I 1.mliM ml the
Baatoror Evr TJsd.
It cures Rheamatum,
Sleeplessness, & djieaess
of the Stoaiach, 'Bowels,
Timr & Kidneys.
ft-i entirely different from
r.itim. n&erer Ewncf.s
jMUt, vieum, A ,W Tonics, as It
Balelgh News & Observer.
The announcement is made in the
Washington papers, and is telegraphed
to the newspapers, that the Democratic
party in North Carolina is going, going,
gone. "Colonel William Johnston,
Major Charles Prioe, Colonel Nat At
kinson, QolonelTollrand Mr. Lenoir, all
Democrats of marked abilities and
wide-spread influence" that s the way
the papers put it have embraced the
knees of the President and besought
his smiles upon their enoris w 6du
office. Henee all this uproar I From
so small a cause can so much ejmcing
sprin'fc. We are willing to admit that
Colonel Atkinson canjarry one vote
with him. Colonel Folk, two and Colo
nel Lenoir three 1 Major Priceabl we
are afraid that we will wound thsen.
sibilities of tbe aspiring Major If we
should rate his influence at a bakers
dozen. But at least it wH cause him
to be talked about, His name will be
on many a Hp, apa now iww t"
tn trVn ftmhitious SOUl We
tUUUKUV Jv viiv
think we hear now a thousand tongues
drying. "Price. Price; who is be. who
is heV That none "may burst in
hasten to explain mat
he i a lawyer who wants oflice. '
I Colonel Johnston as a candidate is so
well known that it is superfluous w
a word about him. WeWieve his last
performance was as candidate for
mayor or aldermen, or something, ana
as usual be got left. ' :
During the war a soldier staid all
night at my aunt's, Mrs. Burt, near
Hansom's Bridge. Feeling indisposed,
he would not go into the house, as he
said he had been exposed to small-pox.
He had been vaccinated with human
ized virus. She gave him access to her
kitchen. Four of her children and
some young negroes, who were with
him but a short time, took small-pox
and died. They could get no physician,
so my father went to see them, he hav
ing been vaccinated several years be
rnrft. Tie took varioloid, and I was
called from the war to attend him. All
of his family were well vaccinated and
re-vaccinated, and his was the only
case of varioloid. When I returned to
the army four soldiers lay over in Rich
mond against my urgent appeal to them
to go on, and all took small-pox and
died at the small-pox hospital. I had
my regiment (22d N. C.) vaccinated
during my absence and not one of them
took it from these men, though exposed
for several days.
After the war Mr. Primrose, now a
Prftshvtftrian minister, went to New-
hArn. after marrvine mv cousin. He
took varioloid and came home. Dr.
Jernian of Ridgeway, N. C, was called
in, and wishing consultation I was sent
for. Imagine my feelings when I went
in his room and saw his condition, with
my first babe at home only three days
old ! We vaccinated all of his family
and friends. I returned home and vac
cinated all of my own connections.and
we never had another case. This
proves conclusively that were persons
are well vaccinated and re-vaccinated
this loathsonie disease can be eradica
ted.. . . .
KinfA lass, hearme rroi vvooa, 01
the University of Pennsylvania, urge
the great importance of re-vaccination,
I have felt it my duty to urge it. Every
author I have corroborates the truth of
his writing on that point. A gift of
50,000 pounds sterling by the British
Parliament was but a small acknowl
edgement of the unspeakable benefit
which Dr. Jenner conferred upon man
kind in his discovery of vaccination.
In conclusion, if this dreadful, loath
some scourge is ever eradicated from
the earth, it will be done by complying
H7ith Tmf. wood's ftrivice on re-vaccina-
tion. To these great men manKinu
owes an everlasting debt of gratitude
for this priceless boon of vaccination
and re-vaccination with reliable virus.
Not a single case of variola or vario
loid occurred in mj aunt's family, nor
did another c&ae oceur in the neighbor
hood, owing to the fact that everyone
was vaccinated and re-vaccinated. To
sum un. all who were not vaccinated
died. Only two of the number vacci
nated had varioloid. Those who were
re-vaccinated escaped entirely.
B. A. Cheek. M. D.
Qreensboro.N. C, Jan. 18, 1882.
suffering from HJervons Weaknesses, Gen
eral Jebility, loss of nerve force or vigor,
or any disease resulting from Abuses and Orasr.
Causes, or to any one afflicted with Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralvsis, Spinal Difficulties,
Kidney or Liver Troubles, Lame Back, Rup
tures, and other Diseases of the Vital Organs.
Also women troubled with diseases peculiar to
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14l3t MONTHLY DRAWING.
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lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of $1,000.000 to which a reserve
frnii) nf nnn has slnm been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
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Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings will
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CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100.000 Tickets at Two Dollars Each. Half
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize 830,000
1 Canital Prize 10.000
1 Capital Prize - 5,000
9. Prizes of SS.KnO 5.000
5 Prizes of 1,000 5,000
20 Prizes of 500 10,000
100 Prizes of 100. 10'99 1
9nn Prizes of Kn 10.000
500 Prizes of 20.. 10,000
1,000 Prices of 10 10.000
APPROXIMATION FRIZES. I
9 Approximation Prizes of 8300 82,700
U AnumTlmftMnn Prizes of 200 1.800 1
8 Approximation Prizes of 100, 908
1857 Prizes, amounting up. 8110,400
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Letter, or Money Order by mall, addressed only to
. M. A. DAUPHIN, -
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The New York offke Is removed to Chicago.
N. B. Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
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The particular attention of tb Public Is
to the fact
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GENERAL FEED DEALERS
I Raleigh tamer and Mechanic.
Quoting .tta .Farmer
allusion to &uue
A Kentucky Farmer IHuTd
mother. Wife, two Dauffttterv. an
tUen Hamra Himself,
Lancaster, Ky., Jan. 19. James R.
Wilmot, a farmer living near here, on
the night of the 17th killed his mother,
aged 89, his wife and two daughters,
aA ia and 15. in their beds, and then
hanged himself in his barn. He used a
new sharp axe. He attempted to shoot
a son, aged 30, bat the latter escaped
and ran for ms nre; anoiner son, agea
8 was rescued by a young lady named
Calvin, who was aroused and discover
ing the murderer's intentions, took the
little fellow in her arms and escaped.
The older son rousea ine neignoois, uuu
none were bold enough to enter the
house- till daylight Wilmot was in
pood circumstances, but was possessed
B . J 1 I iV. 4- V. on4 Vxia
ot an insane ueiuiwu uu uo uu uxo
family would die of starvation.
Trial of Alabama Desperadoes),
Meridian, Miss, Jan. 19.-The. trial
t firA Alabama desDeradoes. xtODTi.
rmer, and Mechanic's jonea and BiUy Miller, the tetter color-.
Senate .mm, the the murder. oftte threesonsof
POFTTLAR MONTHLY DBA WING OF THE
nnitMT8!l!nJ it KB OH
I ; n M MISSION MEBCHANT
CH&RLOTTE, N. C.
HAVE HOW 0M HANG :
In the City of Loulsrllle, on
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1882.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on Marsh 81,
rendered the following decisions:
1st Tnat tne uoniinouweaim w-
pany Is legal.
2d Its drawings are fall.
The Company has now on band a large reserve
fond. Bead the list of prizes for tbe
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ST XJ'ui .cvrrintt. Hiscl q, Qbserfer Observes approvingly 1 1 Judge j, P. waiKer. Ol Aiaoam, ,wa pel'oO each. ApproximaUon Prizes S2.70C
' '"7 i I n whn notild be of any reai service w deen jan go, an a special term uj. won
AT ILAvnB, ptft M toe Co.
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WILSON ft BUBWXLL,
J. H. Me ADEN, and
Cbarlotte, N. C
Chew only the brand tf tobaeco known aa The
Old Oaken Backet.
THI old Oaken Bucket,
Tne Iron-bound bucket
. That hong to to wu.
' CHAS. B. JONKd. t
. Charlotte, N. C, Sole Agent,
gy Liberal terms to dealers, . .
one wuu uuuw 1 v- .t
the.Republicans m piay n? v
vuciuVHi w r
deen Jan 80, at a special term or couru 9 prizes, 100
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A riorioa FaUaro.
-n., , k U't. w:3 an. 19. W. P. .
itor. iHis liaDUiues njf ZMfrv-
assets $7,500 : . , . . . v- :
colds, irritation of throat, etc .Price 26c.
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BOTH THE WHOLES ALB and RETAIL TRADE.
rr Respectfully soliciting a shar ef your
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GREAT GERM DESTROYER.
hick Hooms pui inea anu
maae Dieasac t.
Fevered and 81nc Per
sons relieved and re-
frAahAd hi bar' ''
with Prophylatic Find
added to the wate.
Soft White Complexions
secured by its use in
Impure Air made harm
less ana punnea uy
To purify the Breath.
Cleanse the Teeth, it
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Birns relieved Instantly.
Removes ail unpleasant
PITTING OF 8MAL
Ulsters purified and
Gangrene preventf d and
Wounds healed rapidly.
8curvey cured in short
Tetter dried up.
It Is perfectly harmless,
for bore Throat it is a
Ship i ever preveuwju vj
In cases' of death to the
house, Itshouia aiwy
be used about the
corpse-it will prevent
any unpleasant smelL
An antidote for animal
or vegeiaDie roiauu.
Dangerous efflovlas of
sickrooms and hospi
tals removed by Its use.
Yellow Fever Eradicate
In fact It la the great
Disinfectant and Purifier,
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Manufacturing Chemists, 80W Proprietors,