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? ? POISON
Is tho result of the usual treatment of blood
disorders. Tho system is tilled with Morcury and
Potash remedies?moro to he dreaded than tho
discos*;?and in a short while is iu a far worso
condition tbau before. Tho common result is
for which S.S.S. is tho most roliablo enro. a few
bottle3 will afford relief where all else has failed.
i suffered from a severe nttack of Mercurial
Rhcumntism, my arms and legs being swollen
to twice their natural size, causing the most
excruciating pains. I spent hundreds of dollors
without roller, but after taking a few bottles of
SI improved rapidly and am
now a wellinau.,comploto
ly cured. I can heartily
recommend it to nny ono
suffering from this painful
disease. W. F. DALEY,
Brooklyn Elevated It. H.
Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free t.-> any
address. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta.Ga.
Maj. S. Grlflln, of Bedford City, is in
D. B. Strouso is in Lynchburg on
Mrs. Josiah Simmons Is still in a very
Judgo MotTot; is improving and is
now able to bo about his room.
Col. D. C. Shanks arrived yesterday
from a business trip to Rocky Mount.
Maj. Ballard is in New Castle in at?
tendance upon the Craigcounty court
R. li. McClaughty haB gone to tho
Hot Spring?, Bath county, to assist in
erecling a largo hotol there.
A marriage license was issued yeetor
day to Samuel A Lo&dbeiter, of Roa
noke city, and Miss Katie M. Mills, of
The Demorest medal contest will take
place in the Presbyterian Church on
the evening of tho 3i of Oecomber,
Tuesday, at s o'clock. All are invited
to be present.
A gamo of football is expected on
Thanksgiving Day between Alleghany
Institute and Roanoke College on the
latter'8 grounds. This game had been
booked for Roanoke City, but owing to
the melee which occurred thoro last
Saturday the college faculty have for?
bidden any further games in Roanoke
As reported in yesterday's Timks tho
case against three West Salem boys for
somo Saturday night pranks, was con?
tinued before tho mayor yesterday
morning. Samuel ?ugh piead guilty,
and after a severe, but wall deserved re?
primand by th?j mayor, was lined ir> and
cons. Tho other two boys have skip?
A double wadding will take place to?
day at 3:30 from the Baptist Church,
when the marriage of Robert D Hurt
to Miss Susie Zirkle, and J. Walter
Board to Miss Mattie Hurt, will be
?solemnized. Immediately after tho
ceremony the contracting parties will
take tho train for Atlanta, where they
will take in tho great Exposition.
Lima, Ohio, Nov. 20.?An eastbound
freignt train on the Pennsylvania road
broke in two and ran together near
Richie. Conductor J. P. Horton was
thrown through>a caboose window and
badly hurt. The flagman was thrown
from the top of a caboose and badly
hurt. They live In Fort Wayno.
Stockmen A. S Wilson, Marengo, Iowa,
head cut; N. C. Vance. Marietta, Ohio,
left Bido hurt; J. D. Weber, Decatur,
Ind., shoulder broken, A terrific wind?
storm last night blew down thousands
of oil derricks and caused other damage,
amounting to several hundred thousand'
dollars. No lives reported lost.
Will not Prosecute the Case.
Baltimore, Nov. 20.?Upon tho re?
quest of Jacob Horn, tho father of
little Johnnie Horn, who was killed by
the Indian Mohawk, of Butfelo Bill's
troupe, States Attorney Korr to day
nolle prosacd the case against the In?
dian. Tho father wrote that upon In?
vestigating the case thoroughly bo is
convinced tho deed ? aa wholly acci?
dental, and slnco W. F. Cody, "Buifalo
Bill," has manfully come forward and
paid him a sum of money for expenses,
etc., ho Is unwilling to prosecute tho
After the Bucket Shops.
Washington, Nov. 20?.ludgo Cox,
of the criminal court, drcided to-day
that tho bucket shop brokerage businet B
in the District of Columbia constitutes
a violation of the Jaw. The decision
was mad" in tho caso of lecal managers
of the llodgen Commission Company,
who were indicted last week for Betting
up a gaining table. Tho ease was a
teBt one and doubtless will affect uiaDy
similar concerns in this city.
Washington, Nov. 26.?The revenue
outturs, Woodhury, Dallas, Dexter,
Hamilton, Crawford and Colfax, have
been designated by tho President to
patrol tho coasts of tho Unltod States
during the season of severe weather to
render service to vessels in distress.
How'a This 1
We offer Ono Hundred DollarB reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo
cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHEYNEY&CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned have known F.
J. Cheyney for the last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations mado
by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesalo Druggists,
Toledo, O. Wai.ding, Kinnan &.
Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, To?
Hall's Catarrh Cure 1b taken inter?
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
A NFAT advertisement catches the eye of
" the people. Try The Timks.
Sore Throat. Any ordinary caso
may be cured in one nlftht by applying
Ohamberlain's 1'aiu Balm, as directed
with oach bottle. This medlcins is also
famous for its cures of rheumatism,
lame back and deep-seated and muscu?
lar pains. For sale by The Chaa. Lylo
CONDITION OF TURKI8H AFFAIB8.
Matter? Becoming Oulet After an Im
tueuie I.o?n of Life anil Tiunsure.
CoN&t'ANTiNori.ic, Nov. 20 ?Now that
mattbrs soouu to bo quieting down again
hero and hi tho Asiatic provinces, peo?
ple aro beginning to form estimates of
the amount of damage dono and the
number of lives lost during tho recent
disturbances. Well Informed Arme?
nians estimato tho losses through tbo
events which havo juRt taken place In
Anatolia alono at 85,0tn,000 and tbo
number of vie ires at 4,000,
These aro Armenian estimates, but
there seems to be good reasons to beliovo
that the property destroyed, the num?
ber of ilves sacrificed and tho outrages
committed are far beyond anything
heretofore estima'od or described. Hue
this is not all. People competent to
pronounce an opinion on tbo subj-jct say
that tbore will bo a great many more
deaths on the coming of winter.
Famine is threatened in a number of
districts and thorn seems to be no way
of preventing it. Tho powers instead of
ordering their fleets away from Turkish
waters as tbo sultan earnestly requests,
seem to be determined upon keeping
them in this vicinity for an indefinite
A portion of tho British Medltarran
ean fleet, it is reported, will soon leave
Salonica Bay for Smyrna, whero the
powers aro massing their flghti ig ship;
Warships of Qreas Britain expected to
rendezvous at Smyrna this week, will
consist; of nino battleships, four cruis?
ers and four smaller ships. Italy's flag
floats from two battleships, two cruis?
ers and four tin ill craft in tbo waters
Russia has two cruisers on the way to
Smyrna in addition to a powerful fleet
cruising in tho western portion of tbo
Black Sea. Tna United Stetes will bo
represented as Smyrna by two cruisers
and Germany has ono small gunbo\t
there, but i5 is rumored that two Ger
man battleships aro on their v/ay thoro.
Austria, off Smyrna, has one battleship,
two cruisers and two small gunboats.
Of course, this is not a "naval dem?
onstration;" It Is biap'y the concentra?
tion of the foreign fleets at a port agreed
upon, apparently, between tho powers.
No progress has boen made in the mat?
ter of application to tbn pone of repre?
sentatives of Great Britain, Russia,
Italy and Austria for rermlssion for tbo
passing through tho straits of the Dar?
danelles and into the Bosphorus of an
extra gunboat, to a-.t as an additional
guardship for their respective embas?
Tbe Impression prevails that if tbe
firmans aro not very Boon granted the
extra gunboats will pass tbo Darda?
nelles without tho porsu'a p?rmission,
even it they have to be conveyed
through the battleships stripped for ac?
Indeed noboiy hero can see how tho
powers can retreat from the position
they have assumtd without serio is losi
of prestigo, especially as their demands
aro based on treaty rights, which are
admitted by tho sultan and his advis?
ers. In some quarters it is said that the
sultan's objection to granting tho fir?
mans is really caused by bis belief that
ho can do so with impunity in view of
the objection raised by Russia to Aus?
tria's proposal on the subj^c, and tbat
this constituted a difference of opinion
among the powers.
A member of tbo diplomatic corps, to
whom this view of the affair was sub?
mitted, said tbat if the sultan actually
thought there was any material ditlsr
ence of opinion among the powers
he would do well to get rid of that
belief as soon as po3slo1o.
News from the interior of Asiatic
Turkey is more difficult to obtain than
for a long time past, a though it is
rumored that Turkish operations
against Z?itoun havo commenced. An?
other report says 'hat negotiations for
the surrendor of Zeitoun aro still pro
grossing with the prospect of a peace?
ful ending of the disorder there. The
main troublo seems to bo that tho Ar
menians arf afraid to trust tbo prom?
ises of tho Turks that their lives will
bo spared if thoy surrender.
A New Chilean Oabluet.
Washington, Nov. 20 ?The Chilean
president, who has been for several
months without a cabinet, has, accord?
ing to a dispatch received at tbo
Chilean legislation to-day ordered a
complete ministry. The new cabinet is
as follows: Prime minister, Oswaldo
Rengifo; minister of foreign affairs,
Adoifo Gunrrero; justico of public in?
struction, (iaspar Taro; Hnance, Uenri
quez Perez do Arce; war and navy,
Louis Barroa Bor^ono; industry and
public works, Elias Fernandez Albana.
Tho now minister of foreign affairs Is
the present Chilean minister to the
Argnntino Ropub ic, and tho foreign
portfolio will br? held by Minister Ror
gono until bis return.
ChlnoHO Theatrlc'tK 11 Failure.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20 ?Tho Treasury
oflieiala havo received information from
Atlanta that the Chineso theatrical en?
terprise at thn Exposition has provon a
pecuniary failure and that twenty-three
of the Cninosa women connectod with
it havo gone to San Francisco. Under
tho joint resolution of Congress for?
eigners who ar? c ortnoated with tho Ex?
position may rumain in tho country ono
year after tbo closo of tbo fair and
hence the twonty-*threo women cannot
b-o molested for ono year from January
1 next, Jt is probable that other
Chinese will soon leave for San Fran?
cisco or other points.
Wholoxale liouoe Destroyed by Fire.
St. Lotus, Nov. 20.?Tho wholosalo
and retail mllllnory establishment of A.
C. Fucbs, occupying the fourth story at
700-708 North Broadway, was destroyed
by fire last evening. At tbe tlmoa
heavy snowstorm was prevailing, which
delayed the engines and allowed tho flro
to get a good start. Tho loss is esti?
mated at 8115,000, 825,000 of which is
on tho building, partially insured. Mrs.
Blanche Ward and MIsb Fannie Ward,
who wore sleeping in tho building, had
narrow escapes from death by suffoca?
Bmisn Mountain Coal?Consumers
should got our prices before buying else?
where. KuiUALL Coai. Company, 17
Campbell avenue. Tolophono 120.
Foit tho largest assortment and low
prlcus on parlor and chamber furniture
go to tho E. H. Stowart Furniture Com?
Buy Brush Mountain coal from W. K.
Andrews <fc Co., 219 Salom avenue. Thoy
will sell It cheaper than It bas ovorbeen
sold in tho city. Look out for the bellod
A THWARTED CRIME.
A Curiotin T.ilc, the Scene of Which I*
Laid In India.
An Indian up country paper tolls n
curious tnlo. A rich ltuly, with her two
children, both infants, wits going, it is
said, in her own "ekka" from Ruufnn
gar to a place in the center of tho Bar
tract. The driver was a trustworthy
servant of tho family, and it was for
this reason that the lady had not divest?
ed herself of the ornaments sho usually
worn. But the sight of iho jewels was
too much for him, and at an exception?
ally lonely spot in that lonely country
he suddenly asked his mistress to hand
him her valuables. On hrr suspecting
his real designs and hesitating the mis?
creant showed himself in his real col?
ors, and made her and her littlo ones,
who could barely toddlo about, got
down. Tho horrible thought that was
working ill his brain, that of hiding his
crime by means of murder, bad givcu
his face a sardonic look, which inado
tho poor woman tremble.
Then the fiend hound her hand and
foot, and informed her that he would
first kill her children and then do her
to death. By her earnest entreaties she
prevailed over him to begin with her
first. He had an ax in his hand, with
which ho aimed si blow at her, but tho
head bciug loose it flew away and fell a
few puces off, the handle only remain
in!,- in his grasp. He stepped into tho
grass to look for it and disappeared he
hind a mound. Sho waited her certain
doom with all Inn nerves on tho strain.
She gradually fell into a swoon, and
when sin- came round the first thing sho
saw was her husband bending over her
and her babies crying and lugging at
After she had gone a nameless uneasi?
ness seized her husband. Ho could not
reason away bis vague fears, try us bo
would, and at Insl ho mounted his borso
and followed the "ekka." Ho had pro?
ceeded hut it few miles when tho dread?
ful sight of his wife and children lying
hound up with cords on the ground mi t
his eyes. And the story that his wifo
told hint congealed his blood with hor?
ror. They both then, drawn by an irre?
pressible curiosity, went toward tho di?
rection that the miscreant had taken to
pick up his ax, and think of their sur?
prise when they saw bis corpse already
lying, blue, putrid and bloated, the
flies buzzing over it in chmds. Retribu
tiou had come in the shnpoof a "karnu
dia" of the deadly variety known as
"khaki," tare oven in those snake in?
fested parts, whoso bite instantaneously
paralyzes the victim and decomposes
the body in an hour.?London Globe.
Tl-.c Problem in Launching a Ship.
Impressivo as the launch of a great
vessel always is, it nevertheless seems a
simple matter. All there is to do is to
build two toboggan slides under the
ship, raise her from the supports on
which sho has been resting, put a lot of
tallow on tho slides, and, when you are
ready, saw loose tho thick plonk that
holds the ship by the UOSO and let her
glide into the water. You must have
tho wine to christen her, and a crowd
to cheer her, and some tugs to catch her
and bring her back to her pier; hut all
these are more details, and it. would
seem as if anyship could almost launch
herself if she had half a chance.
A launch is simply taking a ship from
the side of a stream down to the bank
and dropping he r in the water where
she belongs. This involves the task of
lifting a mass of iron, in a ship like
the :?[. Louis, of nbout 7,ono tons, and
the work of lowering it carefully for a
distance of from 20 to 40 feet. All this
has tu be done in the ppaco of about 30
seconds, during which tho vessi 1 moves
nearly (>U0 feet. At once you can sen
that this is an enormous task. It in?
volves the greatest responsibility in a
short timo that tho shipbuilder meets.
There is no opportunity to c< rrcot er?
rors. Every mechanical appliance must
work to perfection, and the manual tie
tails must be as nicely adjusted as tho
parts of a watch. You can launch a ves?
sel, as you can build one, on the rule of
thumb or the hit or miss plan, and you
may not come to grief; but it is best to
put all these things in charge i f that
master spirit called science, which has
done so much for our physical advance?
ment in this world, for then yon know
that it will bo done proporly. ?"Launch?
ing a Groat Vossol," by Franklin .Mat?
thews, in St. Nicholas.
Glu In I'.is Itool t,
Just outsido of the Grand Central do
pot a reporter met an Adirondack guide
last night. It was the guide's first visit
lo New York, and he had a little piece
of advice thai he wanted published. It
whs based on his own exper ience. "Boeu
sloshing around all day." he said, "and
gosh! but your pavements is haul. It's
harder'n trampiu over cbrdnroy. I toll
you my boots hurt me hard. Do you
kllOW what I did': No? Well, now, horti
is something for you to toll your friends,
ami it'll do thorn good. 1 went to the
nearest tavern and bought a goblet of
gin. I poured half in one hoot and half
in the other, and then, when 1 bad slosh?
ed around a little while, thoy didn't.
hurt me. I learned that, trick when I
was a boy and drove cattle up in Can?
ada. "?New York Sun.
Tim Difference Itetween Two Poet*.
Claudius, on being asked what was
the difference between him and Klop
Btock, replied, "Klopstock says, 'Thou
who art my inferior and yet my eepial,
approach hither, and, stooping to tho
ground, relieve me of the burden of
these dust begrimed nether integu?
ments;' whereas I simply say, 'Johann,
come and pull off my boots.'"?Chro?
nik der Zeit. '
The Holl Call.
Bellorini has been appointed inspect?
or of an educational establishment. En?
tering upon his functions, he addressed
the pupils as follows :
"Attention, young gentlemen, I will
now call over the names, but as tho old
method takes too long I will simplify it
thus: All those who are absent raise
their hands. "?Motto per Ridore.
Now Material* For Colil Weather ?Vari?
ous Styles of Crepon.
TliO list of now oropons Is 11 largo ono
nnd well esteemed. Stripes and surface
hnira uro novel features, its nrc tho now
plaids with dark linos itultatlug fur.
Thoro uro nlso oropon plaids with satin
Cloth appears as usual In tailor made
gowns, and Is of a flno nndstipplo toxturo.
Soino obdrmlng costumes are Boon modo
of lavondor or dead lcnf olotli, Bot off with
Tho mounting of volvofc to tho height of
fashion lias given additional forco to tho
liking for furs, Kineo fur und velvet com
binoso happily for winter toilets. Cotolo
velvets nnd those varied by satin stripes
dispute procodonco with tbo plain weave,
MOU11NI SCO <:??ST U M K.
and saldo or hlaok fox forms a rich trim?
ming for tin formal toilets t hey compose.
Hut It street and evening gowns aro mado
of velvet and highly elaborated.
The Louis Seize casuquo has inndo its
appcarnnco and is a curious gurmont with
long, squnro busquos in front and a back
which terminates at tho waist line, in the
fashion of tho bolero. TllOSO OaSUqUOS are
mado of cloth or velvet embroidered with
sill: or iuorustod with rich patterns in
steel and jci and entirely lined with fur.
Coshmern velvet is n new and very rich
novelty uf the season, and is employed for
elaborate bodices. The ground may bo
light or dark, li^'bt blue, rose, mauve, yel?
low, Kray, red, green, myrtle or dark blue,
and tho pattern i> wovon in tbo character?
istic designs uf an India shawl. These
Biliuptuous corsages are worn over dark
skirts and are oxecodingly oiToctlvo.
Alpaca and mohair have been added to
the variety of materials now employed for
mourning wear, and tt sketch is given of a
neat, mourning costumo of alpaca and
crape combined. The godot skirt is plain.
The closo jacket bodice has u very full
double basque, the lower one being of
era;.nil tho upper ono of alpaca. The
isodico opens in front over a vest, of crape,
!;> tbo middle of which is n plait orna?
mented with buttons of dull jot. Tho high
collar is of crape and the ample ono piece
bIoovos nf alpaca. The small capote of
crape has two wings of dull jot in front
and a lone; crape veil. JUDIC ClIOLhET.
Velvet mouses For Smart Parisian Cos?
tumes- A Paris Hut.
Charming and inexpensive velvets, cot
ton backed, are fashioned into blouses
trim mod with Inco and fur, tho con von lent
blouse bodice having far too firm a hold of
the Parisian heart tobe immediately aban?
doned. It will figure moro attractively
than over in ovening attire for tho theater
or small dinners, togothur with the newer
Louis Qnlnzo and Louis Seize corsages of
either flowered or striped molro or silk,
with their smart little fluted basques out
away from tho hips, their broad Inpols
thrown back from some soft, pretty front
of lace or finely plaited chiffon over color,
their fnsbiouablu buttons, their broad sash
of satin that nncompnsses the waist in
fr< iiit only and t heir neckband of satin tied
at the back in a largo bow.
A recent Parisian model of a bat is of
Prussian blue velvet and feathers, green
and blue shot tnffeta nnd turquoise blue
velvet, n combination calculated to shook
tbo nvorngo eye.
The very Mat, brood heel hits been re?
nounced by Parisians, who never took to
it very kindly and only adopted It at all
in consequence of a sort of fovor which
bus lately raged there for English fash?
ions. Now a medium high military heel
Is favored, which is moro ploturosquo if
There is such an Immense variety of
materials from willed to ohooso tlint fash?
ion hesitates to stamp any kind as moro
particularly Us own than another, bnt tho
tendency seems to he toward flno, thick,
drooping fabrics, supple nnd lending
themselves well to the long llnrw of tho
skirt and tbo draperies of t ho boil I on.
The princess gown lias reappeared in
Paris. A model Is shown of blank satin
fastened at t he side under ono of tho bands
of passementerie that adorn tho skirt and
pass upward to form brotolles on tho lir/1
The Illustration shows a gown of straw
satin with n round godot skirt, which is
adorned around the foot with an embroid?
ered border in gold and blue. Tho em?
broidered bodice opens over n plastron of
llf.'l.t blue moussolino do sole. Tho short
bIcovo consists of three grnduntod capos
ornamontod with embroidery and torml
imting in a plaiting of moussolino do soio.
Tho belt and bows nro of sky bluo ribbon.
THE ENTIRE STOCK !
UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS
Haying Been assigned to He by
"Will be put on Sale on
FRIDAY, MEMBER 29th,
UNTIL CLOSED OUT.
$Csr* Sa^es will be held every day from 8 a. m. to
j 12 m., and from 2 p. m. to 7 p. m.
lte Tour Own Doctor.
For one dollar get a bottle of Mayers'
Magnetic Catarrh Cure. It will last
for tbreo months and 1b absolutely
guaranteed by your druggist.
DcctorB say tho only way to euro
Catarrh and Hay Fover Is by inhalation.
Wo have worked for years to accomplish
a good Bimple method for inhaling
medicir.e, and offer Mayers' Magnetic
Catarrh Cure, which Is used by this now
methed, to tho public, and guarantee it
to euro any case, no matter of how long
standing. One bottle is all you need to
accomplish a cure. It will last for three
months. Ask your drnjtgist or addrnsa
Tiik Mayers Druu Co.
For five years I suffered with pain
and diBcharge of the throat, backing
cough, frontal headache, weak eyes, o'c,
at times, could not talk abovo a whls?
per; lost weight continually, and not
able to be at work. I was treated by
the best physicians in the country, but
received no relief. After giving up all
hope I was recommended to use a bottlo
of Mayers' Magnetic Catarrh Cure.
After UBing It for four weeks my spsech
returned. All symptoms of catarrh have
disappeared and "I feel like a different
Mtts. Elias Handwerk,
Elk Lick, Somerset Co., Pa.
For p.alo at Mafhie's Pharmacy.
W. K. Andrews & Co., 210 Salem
avenue, aro Btrictly coal and wood
dealers. They keep everything you
need in that line, and will deliver it
promptly. Look out for the belled
.I'm: Koancko Cyclo Company have
some lino bargains in second-hand bicy?
cles, ar.d aro closing them out at rock
bottom prices, 825 and S30. Don't miss
this chance to get a bargain. 108 Salem
avenue s. w.
Messrs. C. P. Moore & Co., Newberg,
Ore., says: "Wo sell more of Chamber?
lain's Cough Remedy than all otbors put
together, and it always gives satisfac?
tion." Mr. J. F. Allen, Fox,Ore., says
"I believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to bp the best I have Lai.died." Mr.
W. H. Hltcbccck, Columbus, Wash.,
eays: "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
sells well and is highly praised by all
who use it." For sale by The Chas.
Lylo Drug Company.
Consumers of Anthracite Coal, before
buying their winter supply, should get
our prices. Kimhall Coal Company,
17 Campbell avenue. Telephone 120.
Notice of Tiuoh,
TnK State and city taxes for 1805 are
now due and payable at city treasurer's
office. Five per cent, penalty will bo
added after Deoember 1, 1895.
C. W. TnoiiAS, Tress.
Consumers of Anthracite Coal can
Bavo money by using our coal. Try a
sample load and be convinced Kimuai.l
Coai. Company, 17 Campbell avenuo.
CURES ALL SKIN
Physicians endorse P. P. i". ns u iplendrd com
hlinition. and prescribe it with ^reat satisfaction
for the eures of all form? nnd statics of Primary,
Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis,...Syphilitic
Rheumatism, Scrofulous Ulcers and Sores,
Ulundiilnr swellings, hhcurontlsni, Malaria. Old
Chronic Ulcers that have resisted all treatment,
Catarrh, Skin Dlieasee, Eczema, Chronic Female
Complaints, Mercurial Potion, Tetter, Scald
Uead, etc., etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an excellent
P. P. P.
appetizer, building up the system rapidly.
Ladles whose systems are poisoned and whose
blood Ib In an impure condition, due to menstrual
Irregularities, are peculiarly benefited by the
wondertnl tonic and blood cleansing J ropertlcB
of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke Hunt, and Potassium
P. P. P.
LIPPMAH BROS,, Proprietors,
Druggists, Ltppman's Block, 8AVANNA1I. OA.
Book on Blood Diseases mailed free. 1031
For Sale by II. C. HAICNKS, Drnggulst,
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