J. A. POZZONI'S
A luxurious toilet necessity--producing a smooth, velvety complexion.
Its impalpable fineness and softness makes Pozzoni's cooling, refreshing
and beautifying to the most delicate skin.
THINGS WORTH KNOWING ABOUT POZZONI'S
THEY ARE MERITS ALL ITS OWN
A. The only powder put up in a wooden box which retains all the delicate
perfume and medication until entirely used up.
B. Perfumed with genuine Tyroline Rose Geranium
C. On the market since 1874.
D. A powder whose flesh color is an exact imitation of the skin
E. The only powder which really clings and won't rub off.
F. Our "special pink." A powder that is not a rouge.
Stomach and Liver Trouble
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy is a positive remedy for all Stomach,
Liver and Intestinal Trouble, Gastritis, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Pressure of Gas around the Heart, Sour Stomach, Distress After Eating,
Nervousness, Dizziness, Fainting Spells, Constipation, Congested and
Torpid Liver, Yellow Jaundice, Sick Headache and Gall Stones.
The above ailments are caused by the clogging of the intestinal tract
with mucoid and catarrhal accretions, backing up poisonous fluids into
the stomach, and otherwise deranging the digestive system. I want every
sufferer of these diseases to test this wonderful treatment. You are not
asked to take this treatment for a week or two before you will feel its
great benefits--only one dose is usually required. I say, emphatically,
it a positive, permanent remedy and I will prove it to you if you will
allow me to.
The most eminent specialists declare that 75 per cent of the people who
suffer from Stomach Trouble are suffering from Gall Stones. I firmly
believe that this remedy is the only one in the world that will cure
this disease. Sufferers of Stomach and Liver troubles and Gall Stones
should not hesitate a moment, but purchase this remedy at once. I would
be pleased to send you the names of people who state they have been
cured of various aliments and speaking the highest praise of this
medicine. Don't suffer with agonizing pains--don't permit a dangerous
surgical operation, which gives only temporary relief, when this
medicine will permanently help you.
You are not asked to take this treatment for a week or two before you
feel its great benefits. One dose is all that is necessary to prove its
wonderful powers to benefit.
Absolutely harmless. Guaranteed by the Pure Food and Drug Act. Serial
GEO. H. MAYR, Mfg. Chemist
Mayr Bldg, 154-156 Whiting Street
For Sale and Recommended by Central Drug Stores and Others,
Price $1.00 a Bottle.
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Justin Martyr was a native of Neapolis, in Samaria, and was born A.D. 103. Died in the year 139
Being commanded as usual to deny their faith, and sacrifice to the pagan idols, they absolutely refused to do eeither. On their refusal, they were condemned to be first scourged and then beheaded; which sentence was executed with all imagined severity.
Ignatius (died in the year 111)
Trajan commanded the martyrdom of Ignatius, bishop of Antioch. He boldly vindicated the faith of Christ before the emperor. for which, being cast into prison, he was tormented in a most cruel manner; for after being dreadfully scourged, he was compelled to hold fire in his hands, and at the same time, papers dipped in oil were putto his sides, and set on light. His flesh was then torn with red hot pincers, and at last he was despatched, being torn to pieces by wild beasts.
Polycarpus, died in the year 170
Polycarpus, hearing that he was sought after, escaped, but was dicovered by a child. From this circumstance, and having dreamed that his bed suddenly became on fire, and was consumed in a moment, he concluded that it was God's will that he should seal his faith with martyrdom.
The first persecution, in the primitive ages if the church, was begun by that cruel tyrant Nero Domitius, the sixth emperor of Rome. This monarch reigned , for the space of five years, with tolerable credit to himself, but then gave way to the greatest extravagane of temper, and to the most atrocious barbarities. Among other diabolical outrages, he ordered that the city of Rome should be set on fire, which was done by his officers, guards, and servants.
Cypran, bishop of Carthage, was an eminent prelate, and a pious ornament of the church. The brightness of his genius was tempered by the solidarity of his judgement; and with all the accomplishmments of the gentleman he blended the virtues of the Christian.yprian