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Advertisement by Johson's Homemade Family Medicines: Appeared 17 times, 1872-06-01 to 1873-02-15

An advertisement by  from the 1872-12-01 issue of the Woman's Exponent
From the 1872-12-01 issue of The Woman's Exponent



Warranted to be Better than the Best Im-

ported, and Give Ample Satisfaction.

BONESET PILLS. Purely vegetable. They
cleanse and purify the blood, stomach and bowels.
Act powerfully upon the liver, kidneys and urinary
organs. Break up fevers, strengthen digestion and
bring the rosy hue of health to faces emaciated. Are
tonic, cathartic, stimulant, and soothe, by removing
the cause of disease. Are safe and harmless in all
cases where cathartics are required, for either sex, for
young or old. Try them fairly, and you will never
use any more imported pills. Price 25 cents.

EYE BALSAM. For dimness of vision, weak or
drooping eyelids, inflamed eyes, old ulcers, sores,
ringworm, tetters, cracked or sore lips, hands, etc.
Price 25 cents.

CONKLIN SALVE. For pains or weakness in
the side, back, breast, or other parts of the system,
cuts, wounds, sores, etc. Price 25 cents.

ESSENCE OF LIFE cures cholera, diarrhea,
summer complaints, coughs, cholics, toothache, and
many other ills. Price 50 cents.

These medicines are for sale, wholesale and retail, at

Salt Lake City, and at most of the co-operative stores
throughout the Territory.

If not kept in your stores, ask your merchants to
send for them.

Co-operative stores throughout the Territory fur-
nished on commission, or sold at rates advantageous
to purchasers.

AGENTS are authorized to refund the money,
where the medicines do not give satisfaction, and
distribute to the poor needing the pills at expense of
the proprietor one-twelfth of amount disposed of.

From the Laboratory of
St. George, Utah.

How to Cite

Jeremy M. Browne. "Johson's Homemade Family Medicines: Appeared 17 times, 1872-06-01 to 1873-02-15," Exponent Advertisements, Last Modified June, 9, 2021.