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-, I Em m Bring Voitr Joli Work TO THK The Hieteobd Reptjblicai. SUBSCRIBE tiii Wo uro well supplied with thu best materia. I and Iiuyo very in our employ .. BARKETT & ROCERS. Fublfshers. OFFICIAL OMAN OF HE FART? IK IBS FOUATB CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS S1.25 Per Aonnm, Id Adr.&... good workmen as can bo found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1892. NO. 29. Stato Directory OriTf rnor i J, Y. llrown Lieutenant lnernr.... M.C.AIford ."rciary of Hllr lledley Attorney flnerl W.J.IIendnek Audil.r I. C Norman Treaurer Henry Hala r.glter of f.nnl Office (1. II. Hnango Adjutant lenrl A.J. Ores npt. Public IciMrurli.ii i:. I". Thomson Clerk A. Aildama rualu Printer K Polk Johnnn zszzzzzasoxv. Circuit (V.url convenes the Ui Monday In MJ I. ..I... -.Ill' Will niiiiuenwc'itli .. Jrte Sne C Alloreey ClUrilnhk Loramlloner I inn ...J I'liarrrlt co--it"T J I' Mr Hon Judge ' I I. I en Allarney ....Itowan lle.ll rni'W Jil"r .."...... ' Ccurtconvrncthelt Menda) In each inonlh. v.flbSvrssrssZ' covbt. Omit I convene Hi Snl Monday In Jai.uarjr, Atll, Julj andoitiilier. Caviit ef ClaVms. iVnirl begin ''" I'1 Moud.i ' Oololicr and J.intiar). csvara. Jn,l, .'. court held in Mim-li, Jiiims ."eplcinb.r ind " i per d ite the name. (J IV Turner, . 4,1, I, J it. l....ii-. i j :i A. firiip. 7l'wTulori'Olitble. I H.I. "leveii", 1". 1". m. I" ((will, J i (. Kri'HIi, II. I&. H. H. IT. li. Wlleon, I lid In-Miller, i, 1. 1. I. ros'itni J ( himbera, !. S, 2. 1- (J IV Payne leti'tabl. r Perrv He nnclt,", , 7, Mitvv.sa. 1 It T llendrr, , , , (n B lavlorenii'talila. (.l.riilUrriniii. lit. II. H. " r.mmi. J i-1. Woodward, II. II. H. 'I. (lion W ltu comlaMe. utry, II, in. !,9. nii. II I'llm, 10, I.I. I. W Poller I'onrlM. MIHirll, Judge, I Tuylor. .'!mm.- 0 l".lrl, J W I I. I'M J'"1"1' J'"" A """il":- II Judge. W R.CM'Aat Klikl Held, Judge Umim (i U fruJir, jul.e, - Olhrr 1'iMinl) OIHcrra. J II Wil.ou I MIM'JT f U P.trrulf h. 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Foi fnrilifr Inronnatlnn, uilihem II. 0, MtUlliUK, Onu I'a'r Ak'I. I.oiiIitiIU, Ky. andWhlrtiyHatrfto cured at home wlta OPIUM out pain. Book of nar 11.U.WOOI.LKY.M.U. tlculanunt FMKB. VViflM t,u. otflca my, wbiMtnoi 'jt, LIFE AND LOVE. 01 soul of important life, sliino forth j From thy starry heights nliovo; ' Ovor thu South nnd ovur thu North, I Pour thy innffiililu lovo. Touch us that death is hut n sloop Of rest, till tho dawn of day, To break from tho occiiii'h mighty deep, On its unirotP.ll way. Up, up from tho po.irlv atcs of morn, Through tho l)lui of I'loudlosa lay, O! hum to their roots all hate and scorn In thoMinsutV crimcon ray. O! come, in thy lendoriior1", awont love, From tho fjravos of all the di'iitl. And hover and brood, ()! outlo dove! With thy peace instead. ()! soul of tlioxncrifictt of (!od! ( )! nifjht of his Miiindlo'S sea! Unveil the face, till tho (rod, Hriiifj life nnd sets all men free. As white as tho snow-flakes, mid as still As the heights lrom which they fall, ()! compass thy perfect iou, thv will, In tho hearts and lives of all. II'. . Ihotne, counWwFurt. Bnof Skotchos of Somo of our Best Citizons. Ilclow we give chert sketches of the gentlemen who our County Court: Septimus Taylor Stovous. The Ktihject of this cketch wii horn near Cromwell, thii county, .Ian. lil, 18."),r). UU father, Hlackftone .Stevens, was a highly rccpcctul eitien, in moderate who tiled when our hero win (juitc young. His mother, Ilunimh Taylor Stevcin, came of a good family, and when her husband died she had to druggie hard iifsited by her two noble boys, of whoni.the oldest wu Septimus and of courro on him fell the gieater Hut hi mother never looked to him in vain; he was always ready, always honed, always industrious. The spring, Miiiinicr and autumn brought the planting, tending nml gathering ol the crop, and winter his ittendance on (he country school. He very early manifested more than ordinary ability as it otudent and wion developed a strong love for hooks, thus the years of vouth weie When he arrived at the age of young manhood he found himself endowed with strong mini! and muscle. He determined to educate himelt, nnd by his own hard labor, after helping Jo provide for bis mother, he nceuniuhiled means sufficient to enable him to attend the Iloektield school, Warren county, in 187."), and the Auburn High .School, Warren county, in 1870 77. Here he again dis. himself' as n student. He paid much attention to the develop incut of his splendid by taking part in gymnastic, in which he became tpiilc prolicient. After having thoroughly propirod himself, Mr. Stevens began teaching in the established common schools where hu sonn gained an enviable reputation as an iiblc and cllicient teacher. Mr. Stevens sought and won the hand of Miss Laura Taylor, daughter of II. 1$. Taylor, Sr., of Beaver Dam. Miss Taylor was a beautiful and accomplished young lady, anil the happy union took place February '27, 187!). To them liavo been born five children: Claude A., nged twelve years; Chester I)., aged ten; K. Cecil, aged eight; Winona C, aged one year and eight months, nnd a child that died in infancy. Mr. Stevens continued teaching during the fall and winter until 1887, since which time ho has devoted his whole attention to farming, in which, as' in teaching, he has been very successful. He ha a good farm in a high Mato of cultivation, plenty of stock and farming implements, and is, in short, one of the nicest farmers in the Southern part of the county. Mr. Stevens is a Republican and and a Baptist. In August, 1890, be wns elected Justice of the Pence for Cromwell Magisterial District, and as an officer is painstaking, accurate and conscienlious. His sterling qualities cf bead and heart, his great and unalterable honesty make bun an worthy of the imitation of tho earnest, energetic boys of tlio county. Robert Taylor Render First saw the light of day on 10, 1 841). He was born uear wlierd tho pleasant little city of Mellcnry now stands, of one of tho oldest and best families of tho county. His father, J. L. Render, was a sou of Robert Render, one of the old pioneers of tho Green River country. It is related of tho old pioucer that he was ouco passing through a cane-brake near tho mouth of Lowis' Creek, armed with his bunting knife when ho was attacked by a huge bear, but by skillful use of liw knife ho sue. cecded in slaying the ferocious bonst without receiving any serious wound himself. Ho was Moderator of the Kentucky Baptist Association for forty years. IJobcit T. labored on the fai in during the greater part of the year as ho grew up to manhood nnd only enjoyed such educational advantages as could ho had in tho old subscription school. But ho wa quite cm ly distinguished for his observation and thus ho acquired n knowledge of men and things that many with better opportunities have failed to obtain. Ho was over true, ami early in life won the confidence of his people which ho yet enjoys. On October 10, 1370, he was married to Miss Mary A. a woman of great worth, nnd to them nine children have been horn: Ida B., aged 1!); Katie,- aged 17; Pendleton, aged M; Winfiehl Scott, aged 12; Maude, aged 10; Rov coe, aged 7; Alvin Clarence, aged 5; G rover, aged 3, nnd Joshnn James, aged 8 months. Mr. Render has been u life-long farmer and is in good circumstances, owning one of tho bet farms about McIIenry. He is a BnptNt and until recent years has been a Democrat but is now claimed ns Third Party man. Ho was elected Justice of the Piace for the Hartford Magisterial DiMriet in August, 188G nnd was reelected August, 1890. Being a man of energy, strong convictions and great tenacity of coupled with pleasing address, he commands the respect and wins the love of his Ilonry Franklin Myers Was born in our siter State, of Tennessee, April '24, 185!), son of William nnd Mary Single Myers. William Myers was a man prominent in local politic, once making a hice for a seat in the Legislature of and being defeated by only n few votes. While Henry was qui to young his lather moved to this State and settled in Madison county, n:,d filially in 187.'! he moved to this county and bought a farm near Roeine, where hu has since lived. Young Myers worked hard on the farm nnd owing to that fact his ee'itcationnl advantages were limited to the district school. But he made such good ui ol the opportunities that were here allbrded that he acquired a fair education, and in 1887 taught a very school at White O.tk, near Olaton. Mr. Myers wooed and,' won Miss Malinda Bennett, daughter of John Allen Bennett, Sulpher Springs, to whom be was married in July, 188."). They have three children, Buelali ICrnestine, aged four; Guy Fulton, aged two, and Kuhili Kdna.agetl one. In belief Mr. Myers is a Methodist.in political belief a Republican From among a number i' candidates he was elected Justice of the Peace in August, 18!)d, for the Magisterial District, and is a careful Inithful, officer. He has been appointed by the Court a member of the Board of Commissioners authorized to build the Barretts Ferry bridge over Rough River, which is, by the way, n worthy compliment worthily bestowed. , Trained in the school of adversity, bred in tho independent life of the fanner, possessed of a rugged house, having by hard labor lrom humble circustances to competency, Henry Franlin Myers moves among his fellows a model, upright honest mnn. Sanforei L. Fulkorsou Was born and reared in Ohio county near Ceralvo, on Green River. Ho rrmnincil with bis father on the farm until he was twenty-one years of age, when bo started in life to battle for himself. He carried with him tho same rugged honesty, that hat! his youth, and which has since made him so popular with his people, and won for him his well merited success. Mr. Fulkerson has filled scvcrnl positions of honor and trust, with great credit to himself, and benefit to his country. He was elected in the old Centertown District, in 187."), and remained one term. During the years he-was Deputy Sherill; in 1881-82 he was Deputy Assessor; ho was Deputy Clerk in his . f.l I.. lUUtl l. ..oa pari oi uiu vuuiuj, iii !u"i iiu ""a elected, and served as PoHcc Judge of Ceralvo; in 189 !C) and until June, 1801, he was Deputy Sheriff under our present Sheriff, Mr. S. C. Taylor, when ho took his seat ns of tho Peace for the Roekport Magisterial District, to which position ho was elected in August, 18!)0. Perhaps no man in Ohio county, has been ns continuously in the service of the people, and filled so many diflercnt positions in the last seventeen years us has Mr. Fulkerson. Ho has been married twice nml has two children, both boys -Henry, aged 8, and McIIenry, aged 4 years. Ho has given much attention to music, both vocal and instrumental, having won several prizes in contests in vocal music, and having organized nud maintained one or two very successful cornet bands. Mr. Fulkcisou is now engaged in mercantile business nt Ceralvo, where he holds his office as Justice of the Pence. John P. Morton Was born in this county, near South Cnrrolllon, 1891, of a good family. His parents, Jcsso and Snllio Pnxton Morton, died when John P. wns but four years old. Ho lived with nn uncle until his twentieth year. He had but littlo opportunity to attend even tho .schools of that day, poor as they weie, and his attainments in education were nccessanally limited. But by c!oao and extensive rending in later years ho hns made himself one of the best informed men of tho county. In 1801, in his twentieth year, he enlisted in Company B., 17th Kentucky, nnd was Sergeant under Capt. W. II. Davidson. He was a good soldier, and nfer serving three years nnd four months was mustered out nt Louisville, Jan. 23, 18G5. On May 20, 185G, lis was married to Miss Ella Austin, a woman of rare qualities of head and heart. They havo eight children. Judgo Morton settled and lived near Prcntis until his election to tho Jutlgship when he moved to Hartford. In 1882 he was elected Justice of thu Pence for the Cromwell Magisterial District, and was re-elected in 1880. He was elected County Judge in August 1890, nud is the first Republican to hold that position in the history ol the comity. He is in religion n Methodist, in politics a Republican. As a farmer he wns thrifty mid successful, ns nn officer he is accurate nud conscientious, free from bin, fearless in his discharge of duty, true to law. nrxt n-k.) WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver complaint? Sliiloh's Vitnlior is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by Z. Wuyno Griffin & Bro. pa Dr. Fenner's Cough Honey will relieve any cough in one hour. Equally good homos. Gives onorgy and strength. Money if satisfaction not given. For sale by L. B. Bean. For lamo bac t, sido or chest, use Sliiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. Who has a Cappod Hock? C. C. Sniithjtreas'r of Lake County, I nd., who resides nt Crown Point, writes: "1 euiud a Capped Hock with ono bottlo of Quinn's Ointment. It is the best thing I have ovor used on Soft Bunches." Horsemen who dusiro a reliable remedy use tho' nbovo preparation. SHILOH'S" COUGH nnd Consumption Curo is sold by us on a guarantee. It euros consumption Sold by 'A. Wuyno Griffin & Bro. NO. 25. Feb. 8. Tho sick at Molvin aro convalescing. Tho school organiod a Mock Congress Friday night. - Slado Taylor was elected to tho distinguished position of Speaker of tho House of Representatives. Our school hero is only a weok old. Of course wo hnvo not learned much yet, but havo reasonstobolievo that ninny thoughts will bo gleaned from tho "field of knowledge," as tho days go by. Our next subject for debate is Unsolved, "That tho American Indians should support themselves." A Studkxt. The Lover's Lamont. Your face is like a drooping flower, Sweetheart! I sou you fading, hour by hour, Sweetheart! Your rounded outlines waste away, In vnin 1 weep, In vain I irniy, What power death's cruel hand can stay 'i Sweetheart, Sweetheart ! Why, nothing but Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It imparts to tho failing system, cures orgnniu troubles, and for debilitated and feoblo wotiiiii generally, is It dispels melancholy and nervousness, and builds up both flesh anil strength. Guaranteed to give satisfaction in every case, or money paid for it refunded. "UNION KY. Feb. 11, 1892, Wm. Reid's baby-is very sick of la grippe. Joe Reid sold thirty acres of land to Robert Taylor nt thirty dollars per acre. A. C. Stevens and Billy Reid have sown two tobacco beds, which contain over three hundred squnre yards, besides several smaller ones. Miss Ophelia Stevens will tench the spring school at this place. L. T. B.unnrd and wife attended the debate at this place the 30th ult. Press Barnard is the happiest man between hero and Horton. It's another boy. S. B. F. WASHINGTON NEWS. Affairs at tho Great Capital Items of Interest. Spfclnl Cormpondrnco to the Ilrrcm icajt. Feb. 15, 1892. Secrcrary Blaino is not a man of quick temper, but his even disposition was bo badly disturbed by the silly statement made without the slightest foundaton, that his letter stnting that his name would not be presented to tho Minneapolis convention was but the preliminary move towards his permanent retirement from public life, and that he intended in the near future to resign from tho Cabinet, that ho lost his temper, as the best mnn in the world would probably have done under the same circumstances. Ho characterized the statement as "nn infernal lie, circulated by idle men who hnvo nothing better fo do." Mr. Blaine was never more interested in tho duties of his position, and in the wclwaro oi the Republican party which recognizes as that of the country, than ho is to day, and if his health continues as good as it now is he will certainly remain at the head of the State Department during tnc rest of this administration, and during the next one, too, unless his desires undergo great change. The Canadian reciprocity Commissioners, now here, came under orders from the Canadian government, and not upon any invitation from this Government. This your correspondent knows to bo absolutely correct, statements to the contrary notwithstanding. Secretary Blaine has courteously received them, as he was in duty bound to do, nnd their propositions will be given proper consideration, but unless they differ widely from those heretofore submitted by the Canndian government nothing will be accomplished at this end of the line, nlthough some political benefit may accrue to the Canadian administration nt home, because of its having made an apparent effort to obtain commercial reciprocity with tho United States. Friday was the anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, tho first Republican Preeident, and one of the greatest men ever occupied the White House. There was no formal celebration of the event here, but Senatoi Cullom, accompanied by several Representatives is in Chicago for the purpose of delivering an address on "Lincoln nud the Republican party," to the Marquette Club of that city. Representative Newberry, of Illinois, is pushing a bill he has introduced, to cut off ull pensions uow paid to foreigners and permanent nonresidents. He says pensions are paid to at least fifteen thousand nonresidents and thnt the greater portion of them never intend returning to the United States, and arc raising their sous ns citizens of the countries in which they reside making it possible nt some time in the future, if their pensions continues to be paid, for the sons of men drawing pensions from the United States to be fighting against us as culdicrs iu a hostile army. Sensational circles, irrespective of party, were shocked by the cheek recently displayed by Senator Hill. At his request the Senate Committee several times postponed its report on the nomination of postmaster Rath-bun, of Elmire, N. Y., but, nt last finding that Hill could show no good reasons for holding up the nomination longer tho Committee favorably reported it. This week wheu the report was called up in executive session of the Senate, Hill presented, by proxy, a very modest request thut the Senate would defer action until his return from setting up the pins for the control of tho New York delegation to the Chicago Convention. Did the Sennto get mad? Well, it at onco coufirmed Mr. Rathhun's nomination. Mr. William Grinell, who is a nephew of Vice President Morton, hns been nominated to bo third Assistant Secretary of Stato. to fill a vacancy. The bill appropriating 8300,000 for a brouzo equestrian statue of Gen. Grant in this city, which was passed by 'the Senate during the lust Congress, has been again favtnably reported to the Senate. Its passage by tho Senate is ccitaiu, and the same ought to bo true of the House, but it isn't. Ho Is u rash man who attempts to predict what the befuddled majority of the House will do. So far.it does nothing with great industry. The President has as yet given no attention to filling the vacancy on tho Supreme Court. There nro no ap plicants, in tho ordinary understanding of that word, although, of course, tho names of a' number of eminent membeis of the1 bar have been suggested to tho President. The Democrats of thu House have iu the hopo of obtaining some campaign material for use among those who arc opposed to pensions, adopted n resolution for an investigation of tho Pension Bureau. They will probably find it a boo'nerang before it is concluded. SLEEPLESS NIGHT made miserable by that torriblo cough. Curo is tho remedy for you. For slo by Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. School District No. 92. Mr. R. R. Wedding, of Rosine.who hns taught five schools in this district, closed bis school hero on the 5th of this month. The school has proven to be ono of tho most successful schools ever taught here 73 pupils in attendance. Tho school wns visited by several from ndjoining districts on the last day. Prof. G. B. Likens,our former teacher, visited tho school on tho last evening, and gnvo us an interesting lecture. Mr. Wedding instructed his pupils for- the Inst time this school and returned to Rosino, leaving behind his pupils, who love him, and the patrons who, appreciate his work nnd wish him a happy vacation. L. B. M. ' THAT HACKING COUGH can bo so quickly cured byShiloh'sCure. We guarantee it. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. Attention Farmers. W. E. McFnrland's Auction House is tho place to sell your tobacco. belling at auction is growing more popular with farmers every year, more especially since tho formation of the Owensboro Tobacco Association, which furnishes protection to both buyer and seller. The law of the Association says that if buyer and seller cannot ngrco as to whether or not the tobacco comes up to sample sold by, that a reputable by-stander shall re-sample nnd certify to same, and both samples shall be laid before a rcclimntion committee, who shall settle the matter. Tins we think is perfectly fair to both buyer and seller and will cause many to sell their tobacco at auction that never did before. We ,are prepared to break Hhd, tobacco, and trust larmers nt a distance will give me a liberal patronage, as it has lonij since been conceded that the Owensboro market is as good as any in the State. Argument is unnecessary. Just watch for prices weekly in this paper. Resp'y, W. E. aIrFarland, Owensboro, Ky. 3d St. just below court house. LAST WEEK'S SALES, Prior leaf from $2.90 to 89,00. " lugs " $2.00 to 80.10. Have sold but little Burley from $3 for leaf aud lugs to $8.20 for lea lugs. m i Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis immediately relieqod by Shilob's Cure. At Z. W. Griffin & Bro.'s Drug Store. m i School Report. After a very rigid examination, tho following is the standing of tho colored school, District No. 1, of Hartford, Ky., P. A. Gary, Principal and Miss Dora Graham, Assistant: Griflin 81, Mary Brown 84, Georgia Walker 89,Maud Eidson 90, Nail 81, Nolllic Parks 92, Emily Brown 92, Helen Hunter 82, Lydia Brown 77, Celestine Chinu 80, Starling Eidson 95, Dolly Collins GG, George Hill 78, Sarah Ruckcr 95, OtisIIincs 5G, Laura Ella Walker 65, Alac Ruckcr 70, Rosa Dnvall 83, Ainier Foreman 95, William P. Walker 8G, Pearlio Barrett 95, Ada 95, Jessie Carter 07, Malinda Jane Eidson !):), Jesse Walker 80, Eddie Parks 73, Arthur Phipps 02, Mable Parks 80, Henry Washington 50, Phillip Williams 00, Chiton Barrett 90, Gustus Williams 100, Chi tin 90, Edmund Barrett 05, Mary Harris 42, Guy Hines 82, Henry D, McIIenry 80, Paraieo Bur. ry 91. My school has been very successful taking all things iu consideration while it has at no time been us full ns it ought to have been. I hope all parents will learn, in a short while, that when they fail to seed their children to school that they aro doing them an injustice, not only iu robbing them of what they ought to have but they urc taking from them what it is their indispensable duty to give them. My public school is out, but I have opened a subscription school. I hope I may have a large attendance. P. A. Uaky Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured by Sliiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cts. Nasal Injector free at Z. W. Griffin & Bro. Republicans Come. The Republicans of Ohio county are requested to pieet in Mass Convention at the court houso in Hnrtford, Monday, March 7, for the purposo of clectiug delegates to the District Con vention which meets ut March 2!),. aud also to the State Convention which meets nt Louisville, March 30, and to reorganize the County Committee. J. S. R. Wi:i)i)iN(i, Ch'm'n. Jo. B. RotiEKS, Sec'y. . Sliiloh's Vitalizor is what you neotl for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 7o cts. per at Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. N PROFESSIONAL CARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. lit. i. otrvi. J.i. n. wrDMia. Crlenn 6s "Vv7"ed.diiigrt HARTFORD, KY. (OIIW, oter And( ron' liarnr.) Will pfiicllci" tin tlio fount 1 Ohio nml adjoining coiinllc", an.l eonrl of Appcali. RprcialfttUnlion jnfn tn rnininrtl pmctic and collection. v2nJily CTaraGS ufx. Saaaitli, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice li' In Otno and and tlio court nf Appenln. bpecia Mtrntlon Rlrcn to collection. Office north fide puMic aquaro. 12 71t . i II. D.OUFFY. II. I). Itl.NGO. Ckxffy 6z Attorneys at Law. Will prai'tl',e In all court of Ohio Andadjominf round?, nml In Suptrlor e'ourt and Court of A p- fiefcla. Collection nnd all I'enl l.uslnes alttnded o. Office, No. 9, over Anderson1 llazuar, Hartford, Ky. Ti7ly Perry Westerfield mm at law, JR. 26. Attorney at Law, Rosine, !5Ly . (Office in Crowder Building.) Will practice hi profelon tn all (he court of Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Nolnrjr Public tttnttly 3SzI. Xjm Heavxin, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hartford, Ky. Will praotlcchlprofeionlnailthe Court of Ohio and adjoining count!;, and in the Court of Appeal. Special attention idven to collection. Office, firt door above the Hank. 4'Jly a, a. waif si VraaHHBHHPflBlR? DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonablo prices. A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Kormerl) of Millwood, now located at offers hi Drorcmoiul service to th pe opla tlravson nml adjoining eouatie. Office m (the Dr. Iladon property.) Ktj SECRET ORDERS. Sons cf Vetorans. Cicero Maxwell Camp, No.'W, Pcparlment f Kentucky, meelHt IUrtlord,K)'.,eeonds)aturdaj ia each month at 1 r. . C. M. llitsiTT, Captain. Ja. I,. Rove, Sergeant. Or. j&l.. IS. J. WuaOoivtit Post, No. 8, Department ol Kentucky, meets ererj third Saturday at 1 o'clock r, ., In l.eitchfleld, Ky. I S. IlnlNtUjCorn. S.A.McSiirnr.Adj. I'arsToi Mortox Post No. t, meet ofery Saturday before the aecona1 Sunday at 10 o'clock a. n. in the at Hartford, Ky. J. C. CmvBiaim, P. C J.M. Iluiior, Adj. B 5& IfeSiC j 1 Perfoetlr Wetl. VUXMOBS, Dabuqu 0., Ia,. Sept., I08f. Hilt K. Flnnlgan writes: My toolbar and later aaad Itatar KoesU'i Nam Tnie lor eoratarla, ThT boU pereotlir wall tw ant nror Mrad of praising th Toalo. La Tcott, New Woiioa, Jaly 8, ISM. When I was yemng my mother had a bad frnrbt aai tho gar ma ner bosom because I van crymg, ad two bouts after I bad thu Arst attack of beart !!. Pastor Nerr Tonic baa done me tuocb good and baa bail the desired efloct. MIGUEL A. QUEU1N. MonniLToH, Ark., Oct. 19, ISM, For four yeart my stepdaughter was subject U.pileptlo fits,- and the use of Vastor Koenlg'a Kane lonlo gave immediate satisfaction, and ataee abe commenced taking It aha baa not bad Ten tba slightest symptom of tba disease. My hearUeit thanks to Ibis medlolne. . JOHN SCHMIDT. A Vnlnalilo Hook en Nervous VlMUUAe seni ireo to any wureui FREE sod iMior patlcnta caa alM obtain till iiiuillilno free of charge. This remedy ha leu.jpraiared bytha Reverend rator Itoeuia. of Fort Waviie. alnce !. and Is uow urejarid underhls direction by tli. KOENIO MED. CO., Chicago, III. Bold by DrugglsU at SI per Dottle. OforSS, IrgaSUe,M5. 6DotUeaCor9. H Obtained, and all Mli'.M' ItLoitibM ai tended to for UOhKltMKlWS Out affile opnosile tho II M Patent llOiee. ami ""' laii mi lam psieirti. m less liuiu man liinse iciiiotu fioin IMWA070.V semi milil.l.. UIIA II AM or ,l Invention We imUImi ui lo imtenl ability f,eeiifli,EC mnl AM tllAl.tit. t....v. 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