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. WOMAN AND HOME.
me to tell you that you would not 1e lini. y Kid wealth wtiul.l lie for you t; titu hcvo me. I hall not sny so, hut lot me tAl you what I ouco heard the Into v il!i;m II Vauderbilt, my over n t;ill; lmk'ii with tin luxuries of the land, "Since the de.ith of my father I can remember only t hive nit'lits when I have, been able to dismiss mutten irora my imnu aim niiu meet). Jo le.so- ciute huppiiiesM with ricliest U ono of tho greatest fallacies of the time. Money is a comfortable, thing to h.iro, I grant you, but much of it, Is just in much of n burden ivs too litt!.! of it is n depriva tion. To b di.Heoiitented because you have not the means of (tome other woman of your acqiminlumaj in to act Die part of a foolish woman. All tho wishing in the world won't bi in;; mother cent to your puree. Ix't circuniKt.nueenl.iike theiroour.-ie. Our conditions in lifeaioiilw iivsclmnKinK, nnd wliere there is lcckitift today tliere wm be plenty to-mcmnv. Try the experi ment of a contented mind, and see what happiness it will briny you.-Indies' Home Journal. Vrrnvrve the Hip l.liicn. One of the greatest ni;;,nU thai, women make in droHHinj; Iii the common one of do stroying tho hip curves. The xymnietricnl lines of the hijis kIioiiM be brought out as carefully us in the waist line, yet nine wo men out of ten will load bands anil Kilt hers over the hips until every outline in lost. ISo the woman slender or fleshy, she should Insist upon having the seamo( her dresses extend two or three inches below the waist line, with us m ui h attent ion given, to ilu- tall of lit as there is above the waist. If you notice attentively you will dis cover that every woman who lias a reputa tion for a beautiful figure in variably wears this style of dress. In fact, tho reputation for grace and beauty of figure depends al most entirely upon tho hip lines not being lost in drapery. Whatever the stylo of dress or drapery, this idea should bo the fundamental principle, and modifications for changing fashions worked from it. It is becoming alike to both slender and fleshy people. Chicago Herald. Young Mother HMoultl Re Careful. After the birth of the baby the mother should be kept perfectly quiet for the first twenty-four hours, and not, allowed to tulk or see any one except her nearest relations, however well she may stem. Sho should not get out of bed for ten days or two weeks, nor sit up in bed for nine days. Tho more care taken of her at, this time t.lin mora rapid will be her recovery when she does get about. 6ho should go up nnd down stairs slow ly, carefully and as seldom as possible for wix weeks. She should not stand more than Is unavoidable during that time, but nit with her feel up and lie down when she has time to rest. Sho should not, work a sowing machine wit h a treadle for at least nix weeks, and avoid any unusual strain or overexertion. "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," nnd carefulness will bo well repaid by n perfect restoration to heulth. Mrs. Klizabeth it. Scovil. Veetl the Iltiby Ilriiliiriy. Crying spells are not without cause. In the majority of cases indigestion makes the trouble. In colic, that most, painful form of indigestion, the infant kicks and screams at short intervals, the abdomen becomes hard and tens ', sv ml at the slight est preKBiire tho little one's outcries be come more distressing. Warm applica tions, of flannel or flaxseed plaster gen erally bring relief. The child's meal times should be iinnounc.cil by t he clock, Irregu larity in this matter having much to do with the so called stomach troubles. A teuspoonful of lime water with every meal will act as a regulator for tho bowels, re fresh the stomach and aid in the forma tion of bono and teeth. It is necessary that the child bo kept in tin even tcniperaturo as ncur 70 degs. as possible, the whole body being protected by light flannel und -wear, high in the neck und long sleeved. ' Exchange. To Malio Lace Look Ancient. By a little clever manipulation even an ordinary quality of machine made lace can be toned up to bear a close resemblance to the genuine article. If the pattern is good and thread not too coarse let tho wearer go forth rejoicing. Sho nuiy usa her doc tored trimming with impunity, and oven permit scrutiny sicmv in tho success of iier imposture. Here is the recipe by which hundreds of yards arc s itisfartorily treated every year: .Make a strong decoction of Oolong tea, st rain, and when cold use to rinse t lie lace. Do not crush in wringing, but press with the hands until partially dry. Now spread on a clean ironing board, and lie careful to separate the delicate points so that tho pattern tuuy bo pre served. When dry a fine tea tint will be remarked, lending the raw material n valu able tinge of yellowed antiquity. Ex change. C'miHdlun TnhoKKfinliiK Jrcfts. In Harper's Magazine .luiian Halph tolls how tho Canadian women manage to keep warm. Ho went out. to a toboggan slide and nearly chattered Ins teeth out, he was pocold, lie asked a Canadian lady how it was that tho gills could stand such weather, nnd she answered naming a list of principal garments those girls were wearing. They had two pairs of stockings under their shoes and a pair of stockings over their shoes, wit h moccasins over t hem. They had so many woolen skirts t li.it an American girl would not believe one who jravetlie number. They w ore heavy dresses and buckskin jackets and blanket suits over nil this. They had iniiteic over I 'o. 1r gloves, and fur caps over their knitted hoods. And these bouncing, buxom, pretty Canadian girls nre as healthy a lot of women as can be found on this can h. Why Mpii OMitln lugger Rulnrlrs. There aro in New Vol k probably eight man milliners who command salaries of from $t,OUU to $S,U00 a year. When not making sample or order lints they go into the salesroom and tempt customers into buying. The man milliner ill pick up a broad brimmed hat, pucker it into n pretty Fhape, and while be holds it in this posi tion with one hand he throws s wreath of berries, flowers or feathers around it, and nine times out of ten t he customer orders down ortwoof hilts, feat tiers and flowers. Tho woman salesman tells tho buyer what pretty head pieces cm bo made out of thlsor that, "shape" trimmed with this or that article of trimming. Sho doesn't Illustrate her idea; she doesn't think it necessary, and consequent ly she doesn't make the sales and cannot demand the salary man obtains. Kv lienge. latiiratlon hihI Society. Too often the lirst thouubt of n mother orerthe cradle of a little child, especially if it be a girl, is how to steer and trim her little Ivirk so that at the proper age ah may f...at upon tho serene seas of social 1ICOOS.H. The schemes ami do ices and worries of young mothers in New York to achieve this end; the complication in which they involve themselves, and the tmrrgy which they expend to control or to Interfere with the Hilars of a school in matters f w Inch they have no knowledge or skill, would Ih amusing were it not so Jdtiful. While t' cv taik of an.victy and Interest lor the education ..f their children it is this meretricious en I alone which many parents an Mvking. Tho teaclur receives their children with the knowledge that her In-st work will never bo appre ciated. Mr. Sylvanus Kivd in Scribi.e'. A Wenlthjr Woman riijuitian. Dr. Mary Putnam Jacob! is said t bar the hu;ci't income of uy wuivau lu Anm tea who follows a profession. S!ie earn '.),0oua year from her practice and her wriUn' s, nmt yet she lives ns simply as if she earned a mere pittance. She is a wiry, nervy, alert lirtle woman. She has little sympathy for women who fancy themselves ill, while for a woman who really sutlers her sympathy is boundless. Women have gone into medicine against the most violent protests. They have been called "hen physics" and various other names, which did not iu the least ap peal to tticlr vanity, but with the pervers ity of our first mother strong within them they have gone on just tho same, and to day the male doctors must look to their laurels. New York Press. Duties of Parents to Children. One of the most important duties of parent in bringing up a child is to prevent the child from doing itself harm. The child does not know, for instance, that uti limited sweets and sours in jure the diges tion and impair the teeth; the mother does know it, and it is her duty to have the fluid s supply of sweets and sours limited, The child does not know that the oppor tunityof getting knowledge at school, if neglected, is not likely to return, uor the.t its future happiness and success depend very tnucn upon tts improving the oppor tunities wuirh its school now affords. The parents do know these things, and it is their duty to persuade, urgo und, if neces sary, to compel the child to study. New York .Ledger. Muko Your Own Chocolates. Hero is a New England lady's recipe for cream chocolates: One quart of fine white sugar, half a pint of boiling water, half a pound or ctiocolate. four tho water on tho sugar, mix well and leave it to boil ten minutes without stirring. Place the sauce pan in cold water and stir briskly until it becomes still enough to handle. Mold it in little, balls and put aside to cool. Break the chocolate in small pieces and put it lu a nowi in tno top ot tho boiling tea kettle. When melted remove the bowl nnd drop in the balls one at a time. Take them out with a fork and place on buttered miner, When the chocolate, is quite cold eat it with your friends. New York Tribune. rim-lug Ears No Longer Fashionable, To piereo a child's ears is now regarded as execrauiy uau iorm. ut old no sooner was the little one christened and vacci nated than straightway tho careful mother whisked Iter daughter off to be punctured at the jeweler's. Fashion has completely reversed these ideas, and today even the school girl, whose pretty pink lobes have been preserved intact, looks with commis eration upon the mutilated cars of her less fortunate companion. Pins and earrings are now rarely sold in sets for young people, and it begins to look as though one reucof barbarism had been definitely laid aside. r.xetiungo. A Woman l'.utclicr. There aro perhaps a dozen butcher shops In New York city kept by women, but not ouo is to bo compared with Mrs. Henry Nassoit's in Sixth avenue. It is said that the walls are finished in pistache green, all tho counters, tho fish stand and vegetable tallies are marble topped, and the cutting iiiock is absolutely clean. Mrs. Nassoit has two desks, which she occupies alter nately; a big iron safe, of which sho aiono has tho combination, and aidateglass mir ror overhead, the ono woman's comfort of the place. Boston Woman's Journal. How Armenian Women Look. The Armenian women look not unlike the other Turkish ladies. Womanhood iu Turkey, however, is made tin of a polyglot of races. Tho Armenian girls have, as a rule, largo eyes with long lashes. Thev are tall and straight, and they take on fat very soon al ter marriage. They are very intelligent and very voluptuous. Many of them marry Turks, and now and then one of them takes lifter her brothers and gets into the mission schools and becomes well educated. Frank (i. Carpenter in National Tribune. A young mother should wear warm un derclothing, thick stockings and a flannel icket over her night dress, unless sho is in (he habit of wearing an under vest. If the body Is not protected by warm clothing there is an undue demand upon tho nerv ous energy to keep up tho vital heat, and nerve force is wasted by tho attempt to compel t he syst em to do what ought to be done for it, by outside means. One of tho last places visited bv Dinah Mulock Craik before her death was Tewksbury, Knglnnd, the, town she selected as the home of "John Halifax, (lent Ionian." A memorial 1 as recently been placed in tho Abbey of Tewksbifry toher memory. It is in tho fi rm of a marble medallion, Willi this inscription running through the fric.e: "A tribute to work of noble aim and to n gracious life." u.miii jrjivow on Trial for u Murder Com mitted in 1808. Vanckiuim, Kv., Dec. 19. The not oil case of John Blyew for the mur der of four colored persons in August, 1HC8. is now 1 cing tried in the circuit court ut this pl.ico. lilyew's accom pliceGeorge Kfiin.-ird was tried in lNTo. and Kentcinvd to the penitentiary for life, anil afterwards pardoned Ivy ex Governor Blackburn on account of ill hci'tli. lllyew broke jail in 1673. and alter serving live years in the regular army wont south und married a wealthy widow, whose- money he has squan dered. lie n turncl hero lasi March to visit relatives nnd was captured, after b. inif n fugitive from justice for over h-vpu-Uvn years. His wife and stepdaughter, learning of his arrest and incarceration, inine hero, anil arc now servants in n hotel. This is the third time lllyew ht;s been tried for ono ami tho same obi-use. ( nee he was tried in the United Stales circuit court nt Louis ville, nnd sentenced to lie hanged. On appeal the supictnc court of tho United Stabs decided that the I'nitel Slates authorities had no right ti5 try the case, and remanded him to the state author ities for trial. The second trial being ha I- in the cir cuit court here in lt-7 J resulted in a hung jury, eleven for conviction and one for acquittal. Pending anew trial lilycw evnpod with a manlier of pris oners, Kcimurd H fusingtoavail himself of the ( ppo tunity for his frceloin. liy tiiis act Kcnnard doubtless gained svni pat by, which revented the jury from lindin j; a verdict for 11e death iHHiu'.ty itts'.Cii I of imprisonment for life. CHILD'S HEAD BLOWN OFF liy An 1 mil' Mho Trip to Amuse 11 1m Willi an l n..tv (?) Gun. MrNOir.. Iiul., Pec. 12. Wednesday morning I ler'.iert. the ."i-year-oid son of n I'nd r.urton, will instantly killed by the accidental discharge of a shotgun being cleaned by li s uncle, Henry liub bard. who thought it was not loaded. The little fellow approached Hubbard, wiving: "lncle Henry, shoot me. To satisly and amuse the child Henry ; pulled back the hummer and snapped it. with the muzzle of the gnu not three i fi-ct fr, in the boy. whose hea l was , blown to pieces, the brains and flesh lie I spat teiing the walls and ceding of tho room. j liul lit-tMern Fulhrr ami Son. I Gum smi.ik. Tex . Doc. li. A fatal ; due! took pkue Tuesday night in Faines j Valley, I. 1'.. U'tween M-nator Samuel I Paul, of the t'hii ka-aw legislature, and ibis sou. J, laul. lu whith the latter i was kiiled. The father reccive l a daii j gcrous wound in the thigh, but will re j covtr. It is wiid that tl.e difficulty grew j out of a ouarrwl over Vwuu. Catarrh S a blood disease. Until tne poison Is expelled from the system, tliere caa be no cure for this loathsome and dangerous malady. Therefore, the only effective treatment is a thorough course of Ayer's Sarsaparllla the best of all blood purifiers. The sooner you begin the better ; delay is dangerous. " I was troubled with catarrh for over two years. I tried various remedies, and was treated by a number of physi ciuns, but received no benefit until I began to take Ayer's Saraaparilla. A few bottles of this medicine cured me of this troublesome complaint and com pletely restored my health." Jesse M. gg8 Holman's Mills, N. C. "When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec ommended to me for catarrh, I was in clined to doubt its etlicaey. Having tried so many remedies, with little ben efit, I had no faith that anything would cure me. I became emaciated from loss of appetite and impaired digestion. I had nearly lost the sense of smell, and my system was badly deranged. I was about discouraged, when a friend urged me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and re ferred Die to persons whom it had cured of catarrh. After taking half a dozen bottles of this medicine, I am convinced that the only sure way of treating this obstinate disease is through the blood.1' Charles II. Maloney, 113 Kiver St., Lowell, Mass. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, FnSPABED BT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.. Lowell, Mass. Pries (1; six bottle, 5. Worth (5 a bottl. KILLER. The Greatest Discovery of the Age. OLD IN THEORY, BUT THS REMBDi . RECENTLY DISCOVERED. CURES WITHOUT FAIL CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, HAY FEVER BRONCHITIS, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEKSIJ, CANCER, SCROFULA, DIABfES, BRiGHT'S DISEASE, MALARIAL FEVER, DIPTHERIA AND CHILLS. In short, all forms ol Organic and Functional Clseast. Tho cures effected by this Medicine are in many ttiscs MIRACLES I Sold onlv In Jnps containing Ono Gallon Price Three Iollr asmull liiV3etmen when Health and Lh'e can bo obtained. 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Diseases of Throat, Nose, Eye and fair, Diseases of Women, Chronic Disetweas and Surgery r if m lj uuncu vvunuui ran or detention from business. Stricture of the Urethra cured by Electricity. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 11. 2p tn.to 4. Sunday, 8 . m. to 10. A r.dw-tf V. O. Itramlon, at the Lf.af Chromci.k oflice, is apent for the "(Viipraph," mo of tho Iwst and fastest tyje-vriters made, while it is sold for loss money than any other lirst class machine. He will take pleasure in showing: the Califrraph to anyone contemplating the purchase of a writiupr machine. Tliere are now five or six C'aligraphs in the city and all are giving perfect satisfac tion. ItArifKiiia In Envelopes. The I.f.af Job Oflie has Mime extra pooil circular envelopes, numU-rn 8 and t;. at cut prices, lu iota of 2,000 to 10, WiO. pit her printed or plain. There are 75,1m) of tlicw envelops and a bar gain In every one. THE GREAT SOUTH MSEKICAH 3 Ha Ilia StomachLiver Cure The Most Astonishing Medieal Discovery ol the Last One Hundred Years. It is rieasant to the Taste as the Sweetest Nectar. It is Safe and Harmless as the Purest Milk. This wonderful Nervine Tonic has only recently been introduced into tlys country by the Great South American Medicine Company, and yet its gteat value as a curative agent has long been known by the native inhab itants of South America, who rely almost wholly upon its great medicinal powers to cure every form of disease by which they are overtaken. This new and valuable South American medicine possesses powers and qualities hitherto unknown to the medical profession. This medicine has completely solved the problem of the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Liver 'Complaint, and diseases of the general Nervous System. It also cures' all forms qf failing health from whatever cause. It performs this by the Great Nervine Tonic qualities which it possesses and by its great curative powers upon the digestive organs, the gtomach, the liver and the bowels. No remedy compares with this wonderfully valuable Nervine Tonic as a builder and Btrengthener of tho life forces of the human body and as a great renewer of a broken down constitution. It is also of more real permanent value in the treatment and cure of diseases of the Lungs than any ten consumption rem edies ever used on this continent. It is a marvelous cure for nervousness of females of all ages. Ladies who are approaching the critical period known as change in life, should not fail to use this great Nervine Tonic almost constantly for the space of two or three years. It will carry them safely over the danger. This great strengthener and curative is of inestimable value to the aged and infirm, because its great energizing properties will give them a new hold on life. It will add ten or fifteen yeara to the live3 of many of theso who will use a half dozen bottles of tho remedy each year. CURES Nervousness and Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache and Sick Headache, Femalo Weakness, All Diseases of Women, Nervous Chills, Paralysis, Nervous Paroxysms and Nervous Choking Hot Flashes, Palpitation of the Heart, Mental Despondency, Sleeplessness, St, Vitus's Dance, Nervousness of Females, Nervousness of Old Age, Neuralgia, Pains in tho Heart, Pains in tho Back, Triilini TTonliVi Ali these and many other complaints NERVOUS DISEASES. As a cure for every class of Nervous Diseases, no remedy has been able to compare with the Nervine Tonic, which is very pleasant and harmless in 11 its effects upon the youngest child or the oldest and most delicate individ ual. Nine-tenths of all the ailments to which tho human family is heir, aro dependent on nervous exhaustion and impaired digestion. When there is an sufficient 6upply of nerve food in tho blood, a general state of debility of ho brain, spinal marrow and ncrvca is tho result. Starved nerves, like starved muscles, become strong when tho right kind of food is supplied, and h thousand weaknesses and ailment3 disappear ns tho nerves recover. As tho wervous system must supply all the power by which tho vital forces of tho body are carried on, it is tho first to suffer for want of perfect nutrition. Ordinary food does not contain a sufficient quantity of tho kind of nutriment necessary to repair the wear our present modo of living and labor imposes upon the nerves. For this reason it becomes necessary that a nerve food bo supplied. This recent production of tho South American Continent has been found, by analysis, to contain the essential elements out of which nerve tissua is formed. This accounts for its magic power to cure all forma of nervous derangements. Cbawfoedsvillb, Inb., Aug. 50, '66. To the Great South American Medicine Co. : Dear GEN'.a: I desire to say to yon tbnt I have suflercil for mtuiy years with a very mri ous disease of the Ktoiuoch and nerves. I tried every medicine I could hear of but nothing done me any appreciable good until I was ad vised to try your Great South American Nervine Tonic and Stomach and Liver Cure, and since usiiiR several bottles of it I must say that I am surprised at its wonderful powers to euro the etoniach and general nervous system. If every one knew the value of this remedy as I do, you would not bo ahlo to supply the demand. x-Treas. Montgomery Co. A SWORN CURE FOR ST. CHAwroRPsmi.n, Ind., May 10, 1886. ' tfy dflnghter, twelve years old, had been af flicted for soveral months with Chorea or St, Vitus's liance. Sho was reduced to a skeleton, could not walk, could not talk, could not swal low anything but milk. I had to handlo her liko an infant. Doctor and neighbors gave her up. I commenced giving her the South Amcri ran Nervine Tonic: the etlects were very sur prising. In three days sho was rid of tho ner vousness, and rapidly improved. Four bottles cured her completely. I think the 8011th American Nervine the Rrandcst remedy ever discovered, and would recommend It to every one. Ubs. W. 8. EvsMtfam, Mate of Indiana, ). Muntnomrry County, S" Subscribed and sworn to before we this May J, lbt)7. CiiAS. H. Travis, Notary Public. INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA. The Great South American Nervine Tonio Which we now offer you, i3 the only absolutely unfailing remedy ever discov crcd for the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and the vast train of symptoms and horrors which are the result of disease and debility of the human stora B.ch. No nerson can afford to pass by thi3 iewel of incalculable value who is affected by diseasoof tho Stomach, because the experience and testimony of thousands go to prove that this is tho one and only one great cure in tho world for this universal destroyer. ' ' There is no case of unmalignant diseasa of the stomach which can resist the wonderful curative powers of tho South kt t Mrs. Klla A. Brsttnn, of New Boss. Ind., says: "I can not express how much I owe to the Nervine Tonic. My system wan com pletely shattered, appetite gone., was couching and 'pitrixR up blood; am sure I w is in tne first stupes ot consumption, en ner tnnco oanaeu down tliroiifrti several t icr tiona. I began taking tho Nervine 1 'ii 10 and continued its use for about six Imths, arid nm entirely cured. It 19 the andest remedy for nerves, stomach aud Mmirn I hnVA nvnr anon.' Ed J. Brown. Drusririst. of Ed In a. Mo.. writes: ".Mv health had boen very poor for years, was coughing severely. I weiKhed only Hi) pounds when I commenced using N.uth American Nervine. 1 have used two bottl" and now Weigh impounds, and uin much -tronger and better than I have been for five year, Am sure I would not have lived mroiiirn tne winter nun 1 not secured this remedy. My customers sen what it has done for me and buy it eagerly. It gives great satisfaction." EVERY BOTTLE Price, Largo 13 ounce Bottles, SOLD Owen k Moore, Clarksville, Tenn. V. W. Smith, New Provide nee, Tenn. E. Ii.Botrard, Lafayette, Ky. Booth Bros., St. Bethle- leni, Tenn. "W. N. Thomas, Cumberland City, Tenn. Ross k Co., Guthrie, Ky. Sold at "Wholesale I Mm a Wmlli AND- Broken Constitution, Debility of Old Age, Indigestion and Dyspepsia, Heartburn and Sour Stomach, Weight and Tenderness in Stomaclb Loss of Appetite, Frightful Dreams, Dizziness and Ringing in the Ears, Weakness of Extremities and Fainting, Impure ana Impoverished Blood, B01I3 and Carbuncles, Scrofula, Scrofulous Swelling and "Ulcere, Consumption of the Lungs, Catarrh of the Lungs, Bronchitis and Chronio Cough, Liver Complaint, Chronio Diarrhoea, Delicate and Scrofulous Children. bummer Complaint 01 Infants. cured by this wonderful Nervine Tonio, Nr. Solomon Bond, a member of tho Sociciy of Friends, of Darlington, Ind., says: "I have used twelve bottles of The GreatHouth Ameri can Nervine Ton io and Stomach and I.iver Cure, and I consider that every bottle did for me ono hundred dollars worth of good, because I have not had a good night's sleep for twenty year on account of irritation, pain, horrible dreams, and general nervous prostration, which has been caused by chronio indigestion and dys pepsia of the stomach and by a broken down condition of my nervous system. But now I can lie down and sleep all night as sweetly as a baby, and I feel like a sound man. 1 do not think there has ever been a medicine introduced into this country which will ut all compare with thi Nervine Tonic us a cure for the ttoinacb." VITUS'S DANCE OR CHOREA. Cbawtokdstille, Ind., June 22, 1837. My daughter, eleven years old, was severely afflicted with St. Vitus's Dance or Chorea. We gave her three and one-hall bottles of South American Nervine and she is completely re stored. I believe it will cure every case ol St. Vitus's Dance. I have kept It In my family for two years, and am sure it Is the greatest rem edy in the world for Indigestion and Dyspcp fia. all forms of Nervous Disorders and Failing Health from whatever cause. John T. Man. State of Indiana, . ifnvtnnmery County, Subscribed and sworn to before me this June 22, 1837. ChaS. W. Wkioht, Notary Public. I Ilarrtet E. Hall, of Wnynetown, Ind., says: "I owe my life to The Ureat Smith American Nervine. Iliad been in bed for five months from tho effects of an exhausted stomach, indignation, nervous prostration and a gen eral shattered condition of my whole sys tem. Had given up all hopes of getting Well. Had tried three doctors with no relief. The lirst bottle of the Nervine Tonio Improved me so much thut I was able to walk about, and a few bottles cured me entirely. I be lieve. It is the best medicine In the world. I can not aecommend It too highly." Mrs. M. Bunnell, Sugar Creek Valley, Ind., writes: "1 have used several bottles of The 'outh American Norvlne Tonic, and will say I consider it the best medicine In the world. 1 believe It saved the lives of two of my children. They were down and nothing ap peared to do them any good until 1 procured this remedy. It was very surprising how rapidly tin y both improved on its use. I recommend tho medicine to all my nelg'j bois." WARRANTED. $1.28.. Trial Slzo, 13 cents. E-rIXi 33"Z- only by Owen k Moore, Clarksville. A NEW XUYirtf TI0M ! by the use ot which the heaviest suit ot HAIR CAN BE DRIED IN 30 MINUTES. k health. wearer Retail Price, $1.00. 'ii JAMES S. PARRISH, Patentee, Clarfaville, Tenn. G- B. WILSON & COT MANUFACTURERS OF Sash, Blinds, Doors, Flooring Ceiling and all kinds of Building Material CONTRACTORS BUILDERS. Will furnish plans and specifications when required. 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