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W v SANDWICHES.
AtJpsertctl waste tho old ninld'8
''Klricjilnbmnke'flnu rVnlherV nml
VIMet?g8arsnparllla and Potash mala
thejriopdjpuro and healthy.
RWtter of Urn uhtirch 11 pious
I)oiihntii end all? Well, no: out
JVIhler's Hlomach Hittera emM all
iXdipiMlnn onmmptinn unit JlUttmta
A relic of bnroerifin A halrdresaci's
Don't aliaku with cIiIIIm or burn with
fever'. Wlltlor's Chill Toiiln Is tho sur
Faith without works la pood for
uofiifpc ftlicii It come fo a clock.
Tornto pleceH with a cough V
Wild Cherry Toole will mend
you up ax good a new.
"No,"wilil u J'lilludelpliln lielle, "no
elect i lo llsht for me. It cmi't be turned
doun low enough.1'
.lod Hiulltd when he put humor into
the human lNiHHitloii,unJ huM, uThat
A Wcrtcrn woman wan driving; the
hens (mm the garden the other duy
when u eydouu carried oil' her nhoo.
Fain from dyfpepiln, ami
too hearty eating is relieved ut once of
Cartern Llttlo Liver Fills Immediately
after dinner. Don't forget this. HI lit
The bridesmaids now plve presentn
to tln hrliiVgroorn, ImtUatl of the opposite,
a formerly. ThN injures the
groom a full supply of tun cent neektltH
A young man Is made belter by a
HMer'u love and Fever ami Ague are
curtd by Wilder' Chill Tonic uko
inttUtiUt and peilodlcal ilKordem.
"KNh Me as I Fall Atlevp" U the
title of the latiMt mng. It Intended,
we hh a pointer for young men
who take their girls to church Sunday
Air. II. H Cummer, Newton itrook,
York co.( Ontario, Canada, ptuten, tljnt
lie hulleietl from u painful sore on lilt
right ankle, Jut after recovery from
typhoid fever, and that, by a few external
appIIcatiotiH of St. Jacobs Oil,
the gteat the
and gradually disappeared. Try it.
Kiln Wheeler, tho recently married
Itoeteftdhafl already got up a reputation
for Hie ijuIck manner in which he
adapted herself to baked beany.
Advocate of prohibition need have
no fears ot "Frlekly Ash lUltvr" a it
Is a medicine, and by reanou of Hh
fan not bo Ustd as a
beverage. It Is manufactured from the
purest materials, and acts directly on
tho Liver, Kidneys, Stomach anil How
els. As a blood purifier it ha no erptal.
It Is pleasant to the taste, and eltectlve
In action. 17 -It
A corrtHiondeut wants to know why
tonic women are called Amazons.
Fethups It Is because they are uncommonly
wide at the mouth.
lie that eontrolleth IiIej temper is
greater than he who taketh a city, but
a braver man than thc.eis he who
wears the ihttt htraw hat of the sea-pen.
"Uirls these days halu't at all like
they used to be Inold times. All they
heem to think about now Is dressing,''
remarked Grandmother G'oodheart 11
Sunday evening, Wonder if the old
lady had reference to the daya of Kve!
A young fellow who was courting was at
last permitted by his lady lovo to UNu
her. In telling a friend of Hit!
of the lilNsfol moment, hN friend ask
id: "How did you feel!" "Justus if I
was a mile and a half beyond heaven."
The pine tree nerves as a refuge for
mure llmiHOU species of insects, and a
man hi a Jtleeeker Mreel loanliug
hoimonayn lie In willing to Ut his bed.
Mead I made entirely of pine ami the
mattress Mulled with plno shavings.
Mrs, Flatthan written a poem to
show that Hie only happy Is
a dead woman. Wo don't know about
that. Wo never h:iw a dead woman who
appeared to be ho tickled as a woman
with a new bonnet.
They were talking of a neighbor,
"Of coiirxe," nald one,
"ehchasher faults-" "Well, I should
Hay mi," Interrupted the spiteful one,
false hair, falM teeth and goolness
knnwH what else." I
t Stylish young ladies are wearing lit
tie gold kungun)04 on their watch
chlaus. Oh! the artics things. The
moment a man sees a kangaroo he can't
help l.ut remember that It is leap year.
"Avoirdupois kouIhIiW are spoken
of as being thelateM fashionable caper.
We presume that they it re patronized
only by the ton, and that one ot the
past times Is "kicking the beam."
AJUrooklyn wo'nau wants a divorce
beciuso she found another woman'
fain teeth In her husband's ockct.
A female inuM love u man dearly when
she will loan him her false teeth to
era;k tin's with,
Mother to small boy "Well. Jack.
did you have'a nice time at the dancing
hhool?" "Pretty goo I, only the teacher
wouldn't give rue a paitner, and there
veretwoor three empty girls all the
'Jheionlllel will be one of the most
violent rind of our polllleal
MilHloty, The HepuliIIcatiM imvo llielr I
alIet leailer. "His undiscovered
are vatd, and will ho employed J
In iliHruUmi. HIh parly han
polllleal warfare, and they
will le MinimoiiHl to Ihe utteriiiot. ley
There m 111 he money for tho venal. or
honor for tie amlitlout, pluuder for,
thieve, prouilhoi for tlie weak, ainl
iialtery for hut Die very
tfou of the btrlfe uill multiply and . hut
crytullixeMli't forreM of reform, and
uiifjr r.Hiiy luuiiuioemai remocratic . are
folly run liimU'i tii chclfo i of (inivtr Kit
Uevptid, futa MiMtt llMtu,
The North AMrrfctin Jlcrtm for
AntMNt contains an article by Justice
James V. Camphellon "The Encroachment
of Capital" which wlllcommand
the serloiH attention of all readers.
Itlchnid A. Froctnr treats of "The
Origin of Comets," and succeeds In
presenting that dlllleult tuihject hi a
llglit so clear that persons who have
little or no acquaintance with astrono
my can follow his argument. "Arc we
n Nation of Hascals?" Is the Martllng,
title of an article by John F Hume,
who shows tint States, counties and
municipalities hi the United Stat
have already formally repudiated, or
defaulted In the payment of Interest on,
an amount of homfe ami other obliga
tions equal to the sum of tlie national
debt. Judge Edward C. I. 'ting Itmls a
"Drift toward Centralisation" in the
recent Judgment of the United States
Supreme Court on tho power of the
Federal Government to Issue paper
money, and In the opinion of the minor
tty ol the same court rendered In the
suit forthe Arlington property. Julian
Hawthorne writes of "The American
Element In Fiction," and there Is a
symposium on "Prohibition and Per
Mialon," tty Xcal Dow and Dr. Dlo
Swoopo in Jail For
Judge Oeo. W. Swoojhj hum arrcMed
and iuenrceraud In fall Sunday on a
charge of housebreaking, tt was alleged
that he broke Into the of
Henry Schwelkarth, at Curdsvllle, ami
stole a lot of meat and other provisions.
Judge Swoojh sent for u representative
of the Mv.&aucr yesterday, to
whom he said he had only been on a
drunken debauch and was now under
arrest on u false charge. He was confident
he could prove his Innocence on
It Is a sad commentary that Swoope,
who was once regarded as the nblert
criminal lawyer In Western Kentucky,
after years of drunkenness and degradation,
thould be arrested on Mich a
charge. Looking back to his palmy
days, theie are yet many who sympathize
with him in his downfall hr the
worW. Poor old man
Don't Look Liken Wreck.
"When a man Is gowlng down hill
everyUidj U ready to give him a kick."
Yes, that is so. It Is tad, but natural.
Why, many a man ami woman, Mek-lug
employment, would have got It If
their hair hadn't been so thin and gray.
Onebottlc or Parker's Hair Jtalm Is
then the lat Investment, it stojts
tailing hair, promotes new growth and
restores color. Clean, highly perfumed,
i.ot a dye, A gieat Improvement over
any similar preparation, and sold at
tho low pilcesofoOe. U'. It
Near the White Sulphur Spihigs, ten
miles above Hart lord,Ohhi comity, Ky,,
there ha white oak that measures a
little over twentytcven fet, two and
a half feet from the ground. This tree
Is a veritable king of the forest, and
impresses one with a feeling of respect
when in Its This venerable
specimen will soon bonumlered among
the things of the pat, for It was lately
struck by lightning, and Is now dead.
Largo as tills while oak has grown to
In?, it was outstripped by a giant
two or threw miles away, on Hough
river. The tree was cut a few mouths
hack, and the stump now meuMires
eleven leet It was cut up very
high to got a smaller place. At the
ritual height for cutting trees It would
measure fully fourteen feet across
MeuMirtttbhoirld be taken to have sec
tlnusnfthexo mouarchs shown at tho
Southern K.ioslt!on. They are select
specimens of a lluely Umbered section
of the country. J'Urmtr Jfomc Jour-
For twenty-live years I have been
seveiely a(llcled with Huy Fiver
While I was Intensely I was
Induced, through Mr. Tichenor'H testN
inoulul, to try Kly's Cream Halm. Tho
ellect was marvellous. It enabled me
to perform my pastoral duties without
the hllghte.it Inconvenience, and I have
escaped a return attack. I pronounce
Kly's Cream Halm a cure for Hay
Fever. Wai. T. Oakh, Presbyterian
Pastor, Klliibelh, X. J. Not a liquid
nor a suult'.
Jlay Fever. I have been a great
sutlerer from Hay Fever for 15 years.
read of the many wondrous rnres by
Kly's Cream Halm and thought I would
try once more. In 15 minutes afterom
application I wa wonderfully helped.
Two weeks ago I commenced Unlng It
and now I feel cntlrelyctired. It Is the
greatest discovery ever known or heard
CUiIk, Fanner, Lee,
Mas, Prlco 50 cents. ;J1 t
Aliout two months since the store
litiiiMtnf ILK. Weils, at Millwood,
was broken .into and good to the
amount of fl(M) or two taken. The
robbery was kept as still as jstslble, but
Air. Wells, ami the few who were in
that secret awaited developments with
eager Interest, Several parties were
suspected, hut as there was no ponltlve
evidence to warrant their arrest they
were not molested. A oiw daya hIiich
Mr. Wells received information that led
tho arrest of. one Martin Lasley who
lives at Millwood, Upon searching the
preniNei occupied ly Ijanley, a largo
jtiautlty of the f;oiitli wcto found and
1Mey now laiiKiiUlie.i hi tho county
ill at Utclilleld, heing mmhluto give
iNMid In.'tlHJ dollars required by the
coiintyjtidge for hi appearance. La.
wan thulitbt person to ho AUNpectcd
hiich a crlmo being hi very good cir
cuniBtancuM, and to all outward appear
hiicvh a coiiMlitaut church rneniln'r.
Heveral oilier parlies are implicated, the
as yet no arrcHthavu been made. to
Jfciilmmnu, mid M)lltIcal Hpeakhi
an Hie rage,aud now (hat my favor lint.
Him. V. It Iiuh wiilnlrnun
from thn contfNt, my
choice falls tijtoti Mr. Montgomery who
wriim to bo the favorite In Grayson
county. I know that .Mr. Montgomery
would make a pendid representative
at the National Capitol, one worthy in
cvry respect to 1111 thceeat occupied so
long anil well by our Governor, J.
F T. Willis, our present Common
Sdiooi commissioner, ami agiiin a
candidate for the same oltion, lias
withdrawn from the race, leaving his
opponent, P. II. Wilson, to run In with
lings Hying and all Ralls set.
Wheat and oats all harvistcd, and
turning out oO per cent. Utter than our
old croaking moss backs had been predicting
from the time the blades llrst
made their appearance aUve tho
Caneyvllle had a negro picnic last
Saturday that a crnwd of
colored gentry and republican element
from thcMirroumllng country.
speakers, both white and colored,
addressed the assemblage, and attogcth.
er It was an enjoyable, eaceful ad'air,
that rtlUeta the greatest credit on our
colored men and brethren, when contracted
A'ith the disorderly, drunken
assemblages conducted by our own
color, that bo often disgrace (Irayson
Life n nil Death of Wayne WUhou.
Till' cruel hand of death has again visited
the home of Hrother Samuel
Wilson and taken away ids son that
wasnlllleted from the cradle, age seventeen;
but this was only a change from
earth to Heaven.
Wayne Ket out very early In life to
seek religion, lie soon found peace In
believing In JesiH, Jolueil the Hapttst
church, and there gave bright evidence
that he had parsed from death unto
life; was buried as Christ was, In baptism,
and aiose and walked In newness
of life. Although his health would not
permit him to go out and mix and
mingle with God's people, as many of
us are permitted to do, still he lead his 1
bible and enjoyed God's preeiice every
day he lived, and the morning before
he departed this life, he called hl ma,
pa, grandpa, slMers and brothers to his
U'd?ideand bade one by one farewell,
and told them not to weep for him, but
to meet him In heaven; that he was
going homo to that rest that remains
for the people of God. He then (poke
to a friend and told him to seek religion,
prepare to meet him in heaven; he
then folded his arms and hummed the
"JittiiH, lover of my soul,
Let me to thy Ikvsoui My."
That night, before twelve o'clock, he
passed away, in full triumph of a living
faith. Now the labor of our young
biother on earth Is done. May Ida
works follow him. Although he was
very young, his pious walk and Godly
conversation was Interesting to young
May we all follow the example of the
young brother Is the prayer of the unworthy
Pit km: K, CuituvriAN.
Kentucky Wheat nt tho Southoru Ex
Col. John F. Davis. Commissioner of
Agriculture, has lsued the following
circular to the farmers of the State:
"Kkankpokt, Kv., July
Farmer of Kentucky; Helicvhig that
exhibitor! generally throughout the
Stale would prefer It, I have concluded
(by the consent ami request of the managers
of the Southern Imposition, at
Louisville, Ky.) to have the annual
wheat show at Kald Kxposltiou build
iugs, on the'JSth day of August, 1SSI.
"Tho following premium- will bo
'First ami second premiums at $15
and 510 each for the following varieties,
viz: No. 1 lougbciry, . 1 white, ami
No. l! red; each sample must Im went In
separate packages, marked with full
address of exhibitor, and the name of
variety, and the packages, marked
with full address of exhibitor, and the
name of variety, and the package may
be sent by freight to said buildings at
the expense of this olllce: cacti sample
mut contain nut les than onedialf
bushel. It Is my purpose to purchase
abiut one hundred and llfty bushels of
the premium wheal for distribution
through the members of the Lgsla
turu the various comities."
Idvoit oi Clovolnnd uud Heudrtoki.
Announcement Is made of the rapid
completion of a Pictorial work comprls
.ngtlie Lives of the Presidential
Referring lo our advertisement of Home llmo 1110 In thla pajer, ah mt these
fence wwtH, and In rcPiouHe to the urgent reqneat of tho thoufcuiidt of farmed
and other who havo uhketl It, wo have concluded and now announce that for a
Miort time as wo Had tho deiuaud for the yoods uriEent, and tho hardware Joh
Itiug trade t(w backward altout taking In ami carrying htock HUtllcIeut to Birpjily
demamU of tlie retail hnrdwaro trade ami tlie thousaiMh who want our
glvo all tho trade dlHcountH nariuMl to the retail hardwuru dealerH and
tlio nubile, and tojumnly them with tho good direct until taich time an the
joblHTH take Into the channel laid out by
And in order to manage thH matter ami um tlio matter or tho agenlh
ronim,hHon ,mI Knmr Hnuilar, umi
daten on the Democratic ticket, writ-
ten by the veteran author Col. Frank
Trlp'etl, and puyiMied by N. I).
Thorn-en iV Co,, St. Lotdi, Mo., ai.d
New York. ThN work Is sold throuh
agenlH exclusively. It Is des'gntd, n t
only to serve the popular tuste ar.d
want In giving, exhatitlvely, the facts
In the boyhood and nihilhood of the
Candidatestheir private Liven nml
Piibllo ServIceH but to have a more
enduring Interest ihan the ordinary
Campalgu book. To this end the pub.
Ifshertj have engaged on the work a
corps of skilled designers mid engravers
to elegantly ami profusely Illustrate
the scenes ami Incidents hi the lives ol
these eminent men, now so prominently
before tho people. Personal anecdotes
and reinlnUvnees will constitute, a
leading and certainly a most entertaining
and Instructive feature of this
Col. Trlplett has marked ability, and
enjoy h especial distinction as a ill
ographlcal writer. While exhttisttw
In the recital of fttvttt, his powers ot(
analysis, mid Ills keen insight Into the
philosophy of events and measures, j
give him special prominence among
American writers of ptrMtnal hhtory.
It Is not too much to nay that he Is
better prcpartd for trie work hi hand
than any other American author. t
The books from his pen, of which
several have been published, have rmt
the popular taste and been more than
ordinarily They have given
him high rank among American
authors, ami the public men of t lied ay.
This has given him unsurpassed faclll
ties for procuring all the material for
the work now hi hand. As a look of
fascinating Interest, beauty ami
of Illustration, and of comprehensiveness
of Wef, ft will commend
Itself to every voter.
To the book agent this rare combination
of authentic history, pictorial Illustration
and brilliant authorship) will at
once auggcsl the universal demand It
will create, and also the advantages In
Interest It has over the -ordinary Cam
patgu tsK)k, and the grand opiHirtuulty
It oilers for profitable, agency. We
advertise It hi another column.
Frnnlc Loyllo' Popular Monthly.
The August number of this highly
popular magazine; lias, as several
lluely Illustrated, Interesting papvrs ;
serial and short stories, sketches, adventures,
wems, etc., eonlrlbuttd by
N. Huthveu, Utalel, Helen
W. Pierson, Kllu W. Pierce, Kvert A.
Duyckluck, M. Seymour, Alfrtd 11.
etc., etc. "Where CottagiH are Palaces"
has home tu i nly illustiatlons of
residences, etc., at Newsni, H. 1,
'Lebanon and its Inhabitants," "The
Hlseof the House ot Jlohenzollern,"
"New York During the Hevoiutlou,"
"Am Old Continent In the Atlantic,"
are among the illustrated leading articles.
The serial, "A Dark Deed," ami
the several frhort htorles, are deeply
Interesting, and, with the sketches,
poems and a choice miscellany, will he
found most delightful reading. IliS
miarto pages, over UK) embellishments
and a handsome colored-plate frontispiece
are in every number; price S
cents, or$Lru a year, iotpaid. Mits.
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57 Paik Place, New York.
Tho following patent were granted
to citlzeiiH of Ky., week einiiny July
15, I8SI, reported exnnwly for
this paper by Jon. H. Hunter, Solicitor
of American and Foreign Patentn, u;U
F .'Street, WaIiingtoii, 1). G:
Heiijaniiii C. Keys and Andrew J.
.Slaughter, Murray,jrtal)Ie lurn; John
liu; George W. lUrton, Uetiileliem,
lMitrnnui'riinliiiiowlnickct; Kdwin V.
Hewitt, lyjiiNville, taiinlug and drew
Intr old leather and artlcleaof same.
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us, an hIiowii by our circular and prlco
tlmcopyrlKlit v&uw9 welmvojMmrliiilod
T. K lHHMHit.
MJll in I i Pl ' I
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THE LIGHTEST RUNNING.
THE EASIEST TO SELL.
THE MOST PLEASING IN APPEARANCE.
THE MOST DURABLE.
THE WILSON SEW-
iNG MACHINE CO,
Xow York, Chicago, oi
POE S - A -
SHUTTLE MM MACHINE
Opens August 16th. Closes October 25th, 1884.
in ACRES UNDEH ONE ROOF.
TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY
By Cappa's and Gilmore's, tie most faaoua bands of the world.
Largest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere
LOWEST RAILWAY RATKS LVKR GIVEN IN THE STATE.
Ten woiksof KcntucVy't greal tculptor, Joel I ail, the Utl pouftle collection
One hundrctl countietln KentucVy will male eihthits. ditila)in roluct ih ill tltuatrntau
thiiStitc'ttrcmcndout capacaiei anl future creatneii An oc cation (or Kentucky
JV IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS
Presenting at one time in line over SljdOOjuiQ worth pf Itortek compriiini: all the titci that have made
Kentucky famous The exhibit will &urpii id ettent the Koyal Stuck hhov in Lou Jon. and pteteut
to the vmlor the Kmndcst, corapletct, anl mott uugnificett Stuck cahiLit the world hai ever witnessed,
and a tight that can not he duj.tict:d m the woiM.
BENNE1T H. YOUNG, President. J. M. WRIGHT, General Manager.
VflLI. f30T BE UHDCRSOIO.
COWAGS OTHI5HT Aim BALDWnr P3VAE3
Also Stdnwav A Som. Decker BrosM Hal ics, Flidur.
anJ after Niais.
Esiey Organs and Shonlnger Cymbclla Organs.
We tell almoU universally htrc IntVuv.enti are tiam
rned by cuitomers at our stcre.
CATALOGUES AhD FULL INFORMA1I0N MAILED FKEE.
N'n. &. M'ltli 1.. m ell. .
MirlIeHtliiirliiKlo hnv I'lairrw nr Orpir.N
U- :iil. T. hIIhicImw
mnoiint Itofon huvltii; tin ItwtrunH'iit.
MA1TKH IT YOlf t'AN'T TAY
DOIjIjAIIS I'UU MONTH townnlx nil
our teniH art- eailer lliun any
luit(lrtiN of li iun.s yearly wllh
huuiII monthly or iuirlerly
top iv tliu full p'ltu In u.ili for
All let tern of Inquiry clieerfully
that purport ahnet s tlo not
I. H. IIAhDWlN A:
TEMPLARS, KNIGHTS OF
GRANGERS, and GOOD TEMPLARS
Pins, Charms, Marks, Shirt Studs,
UiVKIVICH -to MltO.'S,
LOUISVILLE, KY. They send an
those goods by mail to any
MlltlMKI ttl l.ou oru uay
ttltt ttltt MIMI mluv
ttt (..lt(. M for 1 meal
Ii1 CV rFwiAfC I Many huv
in, ,,,i tluilcUHii wntil.
miy, ilo not wait to lay up the wliolt Itti
let iim hour frmii vim ut nmv, NO MOItl
THAN KIVK DOIJiAIlHorTKN Orsiit
or u Piano. i will convince you tliut
Miwlo House lit Amurlca. Wu funiMi
OrptriHt taking our paymentH In
u'tiere If the purnlianerH weru uoiuplleil an
they could not huy one. am
promptly uUHvereil. Wo have men for heltatt I
write ami tell iihJihL how you can nllord
W:9 WM, & Wm
MASONS, ODD FELLOWS, KNIGHTS PYTHIAS,
KNIGHTS OF HONOR, UNITED WORKMEN,
will find an assortment of Solid Gold Sleovo
Buttons, Collar Buttons, etc, at O. X.
224 Main St, bet. Sixth and Seventh, Illustrated
Price List of a largo variety of address.
Gold or Silver Pins or Badges made to
Corner Seventh and
L KnrojieiiM I'luii (ruomtt) 7i wntH ami ll.iM) per iluy.
Commorcial 3Ictel Co IF'roprietora.
a W. ABUOIT.lVeHhIuiit. .
J. J. CllAWFOKD, heo. uuU Tieiw. I. D. OUAWFOItD, MunuKer.
IS A DISEASE,
and can tic vanity curcil Uy
udiiiinlHtcrlii Ir. IlalncH
It rim 1p kUm In k nip nt cnTi or
u It limit tint kiiiittl'lK'iniitiivraimtiiUiiir
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run iv nilwl tit HiU imIi. Out ii'tt is ti
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W eeklv Courier-Journal
One yrnr fur 92.lo, Two rupirn for Hit
morn than one.
Komi UMf;i mail rerclve you l linmr impel
ami t hi tin lieai. wlttl!
brliliulttn(l Hhlmi Kainfly Wtcklr in tlc
i Arvynu falllrur. try U'rujiMliil.TH
a iurv, clmn, wbolrnorue
'or Drain. Nrrm, Mnmarh, IJrcr. Kilncsi,
iviirv ah t. im'tmu'i iuTunruik cure
HeiitUtliH, Orer. Airue. cruili,
DEBILI TY & WEAKNESS.
Nloo to take, tru rnirU.unpqu.ileU for
TORPID.. LIVER .nml'Ntsht
1 Mnlarln. IannrKa, A'Xtiol liecllne;
1 4l.iu ier Lot. tt for W.ft), at Dnundam.
Jl 8. Villh. Jerar Cltr. N. J- XL tL A.
aiul llbuMer. Ktonoor
of tlio lYoHtato (Ham!, Droptical
ice ot Urine, all IImukc of tho flenf
OrcanH In either mi. For
or Unnatural Ptacliiuveg uw
111 "Chnitln'fl Injection Hcur." inch $1.
or hirillLIH. ultlKT contratUKl or
henIltAry tnlnt, uwj Chapln'a Const It
Clujpln'H HrnhUIllc lllIdL $a.00;
HyMilliilo i(i G
bymv.it I1I1, 1 Halve, hj Kiprtnaon
rtvHit of Cia or At linrakt:
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ruhtiMM'llhiie iHHik In Aincrini
pnilUtonueiitM. AlllnUtlllKeiitiniirilo wunt
't. Aiiyomirnii lierntne n Hiicceurul nuciil
ferine tree, IlALIiKTr HOOK 11).,
),0i' I'nrlluinl, Maine.
VlTltONIV DISEASES CUEED.
New pttlm picrknl out y thm
moHt iNulur Uiuk n i!nicu,
Hocul and hi.nuL Bciri;
Vlaxx Hour Talk tn.l Miunvi.
Common Hevnk. Nrtili 1O0O
rnw'f cud U0O IIItiMrutlM.
tnatlnt; ot t),o humuii Unly lu
health ftH'I dlnraw, .y Dlla Ii.
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Ma In thvUiiiicl BtMti , l Lhnd
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coi.tinU (ttllc if IMaln
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(imithli t d lKiltimHut Uit
curubillty ut vll (,'bruiilo IUci of
of whatever xuf , tent for.1 tcLU
nit, I'OOTIt'H Hand
Hook or iieultii Hints
nml lliuil) IleccIptbKivck w
I'JH l'Hof Ailvtcoatmut iUUj
hhMia In all mvim, nml
'or inru ot cuttimou uiluii nu
4 'vuidaiila KtirciHD buuk (oi
vvety fmitlly, 11 mail, 2f J
"nf r.lUKIUL I'UH'OVNT TC
.uiirruy Hill iiblUtiliiu Co., fur
i'Zii lUt 'J Kll Stroct, New Yurie C'ltjr.
Saved Ker Life
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MW'ml l(otlU'hi,f)ouiKi.i,i0 fni,lltIirriu
rallliitf ol tin wtmili hikI ollitr itlirMa rum.
Mlow I urn ruiwl uhlluly, lor uhhli pU,o
urn-pt my linrhlt IhnuliH iutt utl
ut.itliu.li.. fclow yoir ,,;.,
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I vn. lours vfty
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plcuuniiiilMljhu that f.lutio uuil.
rurllioliuttuHiiy jMih, (ho iiiclltiui. m,
uronow pulthiK tip, known Hr. lit itil0t t
Kciniilu Itiuliitor,uiii ron.Ivrll I In- t
ciJhihlhMilun irirfcifpii tlur fur Ihrilln.
euHfnr 0.lrh It U Wllh
klndiM r uniiltt I uiu,uHpfftriill),
Dr. J. HlmfiVuJii
yraiMiKtilf.XHtiiliHMliI,, rM.,r , Kriiinlw
lnriiintil lo II roinj.omiil, ,m, uM,n ()m
Will ii now) piniifMinef It to U tliiMinVt
aolpiitirir niul "kllllnl nanhliiiUlnti of (In
ruilly irlliilile ititidllul vnrMi.hie tmriilH
nml uiiilniMtiuiujK.iitHl tii iijrntv utnl
hviiiMitlilrtnif ilirtiiiy ullli tltP; iiiiil,
llMiffotr, j'iolillituiiNpitltliriitnl for till
illMfiK'Hif IhP womli. Mint of the iiiljtirt'hl
orKiiitHtinil purl. Yniimtitilv.
Tri'ulUiMHi tin' llniltli ainl of
Woiitiin uiiilUil fit'.
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Il'ix ;n, A1hii)hit()rt,
rorStilcliy .. W.dHiniN A Uuu.,
Hurl font, Ky.
Hrtul mx cf ill loriHwiiiKe
ADD"7t7 uintri'tivi friHJ, u loMly
nof koinI Miih'h will hflp yon to inoro
innify riuMnwny tlimi titi lliliiit !-Iti thl
u'orhl. All, of cither Piir,tiiitvrot from rtrt
tour. Tht' hiouil loin I to foittitlP ojii'lm Im
intv tin orki i,lolmi 1 nurr. At ouvv
iuhlirjTltrK ,V I'll AhcuntH Mnltu'.
Th miffrity mfthlttftA Ammm
fpff art fmm it titntHffrtnmt mf thu
1ACT, afftrtlng loth t h itomtaeS mud
lcvlt 1h oritur to effect a turf, it 1$
$e$ary tanmmr tht oum, Irrrgu
tar and StugyUh ttttton mftk Htlt,
Mttit(ithtSihHet at th Stomatk, il
imthr Itt hand LotH0tttr.ttMjUt4 that
the I.irrritnt fan It, mtH thmi nature r
Qjfrr dliliHr toenabte thi ryM (a
J'rlcUly ahIi Utlttcrnar fpetUtty
tern fMtuinffd for tht purpoi. They ar
tnfM In their at Hon ticl rffeUw4 aJ m
turet nreplenmnt to the taitand taken
enettft by both ehttdrett uttdadmtle, T
ken nreordUty to dtrettmne, thry mre m
$rtfeaHd$itrn$tnteu re for DypvpHla
General Icljlllt,lliiUltiiul Con.
ntlputluii, UlncaHvd ItHducytf,
ctc.,rtc. Jui;iooU iuriacrfAy
are euprrlvf to any other tntdictn
etennttng tho $y$tetn thoroughly, a4
imparting neu life atuf energy to thoin
t fid. Hi t tncdlclno and not am
M tdll II9I0IST III MltUT AIM UTTIU,
ad taat no othar. rXUCZ,IL00pwBota.
BRIGHT AM BITTERS CO..S0LE PMPftlETORS
0'. Ltfuu aad Iimh tti. Mo.
Southoru Trunk Line
ThroiiKli I In VlrKlnliiM In
ICAM'KltN MAI (Mill) (I'llJ.M
Aim) all INiIiiIh In
Arkansas and Texas.
Tlt'kflri an nnv on naif.
Call nn or uiMhw,
a ToravKK, ai. h k mitciikij,
Jlvnvfr Dam (3 PA
W. N. HALDEMAN, V)
Preiidcnt of tht Oteat
LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL CO.
Tell. What Hi Know, of
CHILL CURE. .
OrriCK oriitK KofiitviLLR
Sin I waive a rule I have (jlierveJ fo
many veari. the value at tur tmiv t.mmi.i.
me to iay. ii rejily to your requttt, what I know
your Chill Cure. The rivate aiaurncci of in
eiTicicy 1 had, anil the pood rciulti of Ut effects I
hhdoliicrvcdon Mr, K w. Meredith, who, for more
iiunniteen yeari.naa btcn lurcnua of my office,
iiduccJ mc to tt it In my family. The Mtulti
nave been entirely tatiiuctory, the uritcaie wii
two yean' Handing, in which I Lelievc every
known remedy had been tried with temporary re
liefrthe chilli returning Sriodica1lyandatcmiclt
with incrcated severity. Vour cure hroke them a
once, and there hat hern no recurrence of them foi
Ihinau monthi. The other caie wi of a
milder form, and yielded more readily to othci
remedies but the chills would return M IntervaU
unlit your medicine was uud, ince which lime,
nowHveral moothi. they hay entirely diunpared.
rom the opportunity have had to judge, Tdo not
hetlttu to cipreti my belief that your Chill Cure
valuable specific, and performs all you promlie