Feet (To Remove The Offensive Smell Of). The object of perspiration is to remove carbonic acid, and other noxious matters from the blood ; these, in ordinary cases, escape through our clothing. But as shoes and hoots are but very slightly porous, the free discharge of the offensive perspiratory matter is prevented, and consequently it has an unpleasant smell. There is no remedy for this but Cleanliness. Wash the feet night and morning with Lukewarm and soap; put on clean stockings every day, if possible; keep two or three pairs of shoes in wear instead of one only, and change every other day, - attend to these instructions, and the annoyance complained of will be much lessened, if not removed. The evil of bad-smelling feet will be found, in nearly all cases, to arise from an uncleanly habit.