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'fK Ufiiiir Your Job Work vzr K TO 'fill! The Haetfokd Eepfblican. SUBSCRIBE 'FOIt THE- Wo aro well supplied N with the bestmatoriiil and have very in our employ us BARNEII i RCQBRS. Fublfshers. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT. fir Asian, la Aiunct. good workmen as can bo found. Prices rouBonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1892. NO. 32. W iSEfl wo. State Directory Governor J. V. Brown l.teiiti niiit lotamor M. C, Alford 8iTflut) ofWale lleadley Attorney lieneral W. J. Hetitlrick Aiulitor '' C Norman Treasurer Henry Hate RigMerof Land Office 1. II. Hwango Adjutant tlencral A.J. (lro Bii.l. Public Instruction 12. !' Thomson Cldk . Addiitna Public Printer K I'olk Johimcti covzT'S'sr s:nB:35H7. Ciri'iilt Court tin- sill Monday in May and NuvcihIht. ., Judge M l.ilie Commonwealth's Altorae) .-Joe Noe t'lirk O llardwlck t'oiaaaisaiuner J l' Barrett Judge J .!' 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Dally. lit. l,oulYill 7. a. in. a p. m. Weal Point Ml a. m. 7;.M p. m UraiHleiilMirK 9-H a. in, .07 p. in. lmiutton ll.Hn. ni, 8J7p. ni. strpli, iiwit Hi.il n. in, U.2I p. m. Uorrrport 10.11 a.m. 0,10 p. ni. llaaearille 11:11 a. in. 10 10 p. in. 'l,e'lsort IliMa. ni. lO.Mp.in. Otfrnloro li: 16 p. m. 11:11 p. m. spotliiillu luU p. in. ll.oS p ni. Ar. Ilendeiani l:i.' p. ni. UJOa.m. No. M, No.M, ,KA8T HOUND. Daily. Dai'y I.r. llrndrraon 7:15 a. m. 3; Up. Ml. SpntlMllto 7:17o. m. 337 p.m. tla.i.:'iro it il a, in. 4.Mp. in. I.tniaporl Ui'Ja.m. e.Mp. in, HawMtillo .:a. m. Clorerport 10 01 . ni. 6 o7 p. la, Sltplitnaporl 10 JO a, m, 0.10 p. ni. Irrinston M a. m, 7.M p, in, UrnndrnlmrK 11:29 a, in, 7.11 p. in. Waal Point ViM p. m. 1.05 p. ni, Ar. I.ouImIIIo 1:00 y, m, M p, m. Taalns No, 81 aud No. Sl.maU. connrctlon at Irrlngton (Sunday axcapted) wllli tr.ilns on Harlinshurr A WcsUni R. II., fast and nut boaad. For furlhar tnrormatian, addraia II. C, MOHDUK, (it a. Pa'r A't. LoiilSTiltt, Ky. aodWlildctjyKaUtt eared U boat with out vain. Book of par- Ueillanatnt FRER. n u wvit r.irv u n t,l. Office MX WWUdWn ', aVAtaABtSktl. LIFE'S AFTERNOO? . Denr heart, then luy your liiiml In nunc, We'll travel honm together. We'vo pledged our love in life's rare wine, We'vo had some days almost divine, Some clouds nnd stormy weather. When first wo joined our eager feet We eiuig n sadder chorus, Wc scarce took time our hope to greet, We rushed our joy in haste to meet The world of care licfore ii. But now, dear heart, your hand in mine, We'll trudge along together. We Mill have draughts of life's rare wine, And yet some days almost divine, While we have left far, far behind The clouds mid stormy weather. ' Excltangc. "PUBLiTVoRALS" . Some Pertinent Truths Graphically Told. The agitation which is Stirling the very depth of society in Hartford does not present political, but moral issues. Its appeal, thcrforc, u not to political, but (o moral The design of this agitation is, therefore, to vindicate, and establish u better and more healthy state of morality, than has pervailcd in our midst for the last several mouths. It w the veriebt twaddle on the part of those uho deny that the evils complained of by the friends of "law and order" exist, for the demoralisation has been open, disgraceful and insulting to every feeling and sentiment of morality aud religion, insomuch, that he who says it does not cxitt, is either grossly and inexcusably ignorant or morally corrupt, anil wilfully faNe. Has there been no disorder, no profanity, no drunken carousals on our streets? Has not the peace and quiet of our streets, our people, and our homes been disturbed ami hiokcn both day aud night, have not alarmed, and widow's homes invaded at the midnight hours by the victims of an illegal liquor traffic in our midt in violation laws. And when was there an airest in Hartford any disnrdly conduct whatever? Has there not been raids, riots, fighting, cutting, shooting, (-wearing and turbulence, both by day aud night, aud yet, no ono nrrested or tried lor any of these misdemeanors, unle haply, some poor ignorant negro perchance got into a row, who was forthwith arraigned, triod and fined without mercy, and yet, we are told by tho;c whose business it is to find out what is going on that Hartford is one of the best governed towns in the .State. Has not the law been again and again flagrantly violated on our streets, aud in the presence, aud before the eyes of our oflicers, biiciness it is to preservu peace and order, and who needed no nllidavits in order to do their duly, and have they not turned and walked olfin another direction without an eflbrt to enforce the laws. These same things that have so out-raged the morals seic of the orderly and moral people of the town as to provoke them to take matters into their own hands and demand the execution of law. We regret that the denials of tho cxistancc of this state of affairs by those who cither favor such things, or seek to cover up such infamy, make it necessary to publish these facts, but let the truth bo told, though the heavens falls. We fain would throw the mantle of charity over all the faults of tho town nnd county government, and wchave long practiced this charity, but alas! it has ceased to bo a virtne, inasmuch as wo ate compelled either to abandon the cause of good morals, or elso mako open war, on the sources nnd causes of the evils that nlllict us as n social, civil morald nnd religious people. And now we call upon the friends of law, order, virtue, morality and civility, to rally and give their outspoken support to the reformation that is proposed to bo achieved by tho agitatiou that now engages the attention of our people. Wo wnii,t no negntive, or concealed help in this matter. We want open, positive, feailess Mipport of the right as against- tho wrong. A Fnii2Ni ok Good Mohuh. CERALVO. Feb. 2'J. Hovs. Bell and Morton closed a very interesting meeting of 16 days duration at this place last Wednesday night, resulting in eleven conversion and quito u number of restorations. Tho meeting was a victory lor God and tho right. Bro. Bell dealt somo sledge hammer blows against tho common vices of our community, and right here it may bo truthfully said tho dovil never had his "jug brigade" in better running order than during said meeting. But I hope tho boya will quit tho business, boys you ore wauled. You say who wants me? Tbero ' uro rival bidders. h always, good and evil lire pitted in tho Usui', (Jod ami Satan are rivals for your service. Kach is intent on Each hns helpers in the for victory. .Saints on earth and angles in heaven arc God's allies. Vicious men and demons servo Satan, each f.fleis rewards, neither few nor nor scant. With oiu, the service is honorable nnd in goodly company. Willi the other, the work is base and the associations mean, yet vico allures. Boys turn away from it, be not deceived, God is not mocked, whatsoever u man sows that shall he also reap. While the good people of Hartford, arc waging war against the Blind Tiger, I would bo glad to know whether or not traius, steam boats and common carriers have the right to dump the liquor damnation down in the counties and towns which have unrepealed local optiou laws, without let or hindcrancc, if not nmj redly the U. S. Marhalls ought to be able to do valuable service in this county. Farmers were busy last week sowing oats and delivering their tobacco. The health of our community is good so far as I know. Success to the Ki:puiimoan anil everybody else who have the moral courage to stand for good government, decency nnd bobnety, ngainst drunk-lies", perjury and every other crime. T. a aR A NASAI. INJEOTOIt'iroe with each liottluof Shilob's Catarrh l'rico Til) cents. Sold by 'A. Wayne Griffin & Uro. Doa't Forgot It. Hunt' forgot the McKinlcy bill still live, and is houily vindicating the Protection Tne Tribune is perfectly aware that the campaign of 18111 is over, but aUo calculates to do a little work occasiouly. I'nr instance, it rises to remark that one year and ago cverv free initio organ in America wai daily prognoiticating that the iniquitous McKinlcy tariff law would destroy American commerce. What docs the present situation show to us? That our foreign tiade, for the year ending December 111, 18110, counting both imports and exports amounted to 1,417,1721,421. For the year 18111 it was 1,808,818,1)28. Net gain for Uncle Sam of .'181 ,4G,."87 in inst twelve months. FOB DYSPEPSIA and Liror t'onqilkint you liuvo a printed on overy bottlo of Sliiloh's It novor fails to euro. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & r. Iu Momoriam. Died at her home near Haitford, Feb. 12, 181)2, Sarah E. Moseley, the wife of Itobott U. Moeley, the daughter of John T. and Mary Davis, near Cromwell, Ky. She leaves n husband and three children to mourn her loss. She died fully truting in Jesus. Just a few hours before her death she called her husband and children to her and told them good-bye. Holding her husband by the hand she said: "Bobert, prepare to meet mo in heaven." Said she was willing to die and was going homo to died no more. Sisters bo ready to meet your sister in henveii; brothers ate you prepared to meet your sister? Just one month bedim Emma's death her littio baby, Ulyssus, a few months old, departed this life. Tho family liavo our sympathy. Mourn not as those who have mi hope. Miw. J. B. Sandukfuii. THE BEV. GEO. II. TIIAYEH, of Bourbon, Intl., s.iya: "Both myself and wifoowo our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION' OURE." Sold by 'A. Wayno Griffin & Uro. MT. PLEASANT. Feb 2'J. The F. & L. speaking nt this place was largely attended last Satuiday night. The speakers did well, but nin sorry to say sonioof tho boys behaved very badly in the way of hollowing, talking, '"stamping the floor and calling for men to speak. Nettcr Miller niado a short speech, shaming tho boys for their disorderly conduct. Rev. Daughcrty is doing u big work at Select. J. B. Her is sad. His girl has gone rumor says a wedding soon. II. S. B. AllE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dii.iiittss, Loss of Appotito, ollow Skin? Shi-lob's Vitnlior is a positive euro. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. TAYLOR MINES. March 1. Tho l.O. G. T. ruvean entertainment "to a largo audience on Iho 27th ult. Tho happiest man in Taylor Mines is I, on Cannon. It is a girl. Mother nnd child doing well. I think wo bavo a Blind Tiger hero. Tho Good Toinplers have n great work to do. Dr. Georgo Smith is a (load shot on a cancer. I will oloso for I guess this will find tho waste basket. Flap dank. WASHINGTON NEWS. Somo Good Paragraphs From tho Groat Capital. lince pi the Ulrinlii'Ai. lAticiiJ 4,1181)2. Senator Gorman is credited with having originated ft new scheme, having for its object the capture of the Presidency by thoDeinocrats. It being already apparent that in a square fight between the Republican and Democratic parties, the chances of success are largely hi favor of the Republican party, the Democratic bosses have been cudgelling their brains to hatch up somo underhanded method of aiding theirnarty. Mr.Gorman has found that method, or thinks lie has. The scheme is to give the electoral votes of four or fivo of the Noithwesteru States to the People's Party, whieh would, according to the calculations made, throw the election of President into the House and of Vico President into the Senate.giving the Democrats the Presideut nnd the Republicans the' Vice President. The details of the scheme aro very shrewd this exposure may cause a change iu them, the intention being to keep the whole thing iu the hands of n few men, sworn is Fecrecy, in each of the States selected until election day. The usual process of selecting Democrntic'tolectors is to be gone through with, in order to blind the Republicans; but on election day the Democratic tickets are to con-lain only tho names of tho electors of the People's party. This is a nice little scheme to capture the votes of Rcpiiclican members of the Farmer's Alliance for tho Democratic party, but now that it has become known it is not probably that many Republicans will bo caught. Three thousand men and women, having influence, direct and indirect, with probably one million voles, enrolled in rauks of the various labor organization of the country, or cintiollcd by the newspapers with which many of them are or have been connected, are anxiously waiting to see whether Democratic parsimony is to keep their lives and health in danger to which they arc now exposed by refusing to provide for n new Government Printing Office building. The three thousad men and women are tho employes', compelled to risk their health aud lives in the preseut building in order to earn a livelihood for themselves and family. Representatives of more than 300 of the largest lumber firm in the United States met here this week to protest against the passage of the Bill plac ing lumber on the free Hit. A resolution was unanimously adopted recit ing that the lumber industry is the largest single industry iu America, employing more than any other; that, owing to the peculiar interests of the lumber industry the formation of trusts, aud combines other organizations injurious to the cousumers are not possible; that, to-day the American Tariff is the only protection which the country hns against absolute ruin; that, this Tarill, if removed, would mean the success of Canadian interests, and the price of Canadian stump-ago won Id be increased, net lowered, anil tho import duties now part of the revenue of this country would bo lost; that, the question, therefore, is whether tho lumber resources of Canada shall be developed, or the lumber interests of this country, particularly of tho Southern and Pacific coast section, bo protected; that, in view of these considerations this con. veution earuestly and rcscctfully protested agaiust tho passage by Congress of any legislation looking to the removal of duty on imported lumber. The Democrats of the House are having a hard time getting their tree trade machine to work. Tho three Bills placing respectfully wool, binding-twine and cotton-ties and cotton-bagging on the free list, which were reported to the House early in the week, where to have been called up this week, but sickness of Mr. Springer, who wns to have niado the opening speech for free wool, made n change necessary, and it is now stated that Mr. McMillin, who liko'Mr. Mills, is opposed to the Homeopahtic method of nttacking tho McKiulcy tariff law, which is stronger than over eincc its approval by tho Supremo Court, will,by tho irony of fate, make the first speech in favor of what ho is known to bo at heart opposed to. Odd isn't it? Just one year from to-day a Ite. publican will bo inaugurated Presi. dent of the United States. Mark the prediction. It is expected at tho White House that the President will return to-morrow from his vacation. School Closed. Mrs. Julia A. Wedding's School closed at Vino Hill February 20 with a pleasant day to tho few in attendance. We hud a. nice dinner ou the grouudfor all, and the hour was spent in eating, nnd making everything pleasant for the teacher and visiting friends. After which we were called in to enjoy tho closing exercises in the evening. Tho pieces were few but very intcrtaining, they closed with a sweet good bye to ilie teacher and scii i.)!. It was sung by seven girls. Wc have had an interesting school from the first, as this is a new district. Mrs Wedding has taught us a good school and has made many friends in this neighborhood aud gained honor to herself as a teacher in her kind and pleasant ways, though she was firm in her school, still she always greeted us with her smiles and help" ins; hand. We regret giving her up to go back to her home at Horton,and wish to have her for our teacher again. A. and M. SHILOH'S CATARRH Remedy. A positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker-Mouth. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. aaT Hfi i Dr. Fenner's Capitol Bitturs elevates all the vital functions giving appetite and strength. A full dose relieves pain and produces sleep at night. For old people, women, invalids, and to ward of disease. H2 4t For sale by L. B. Boan. ail ai WHY WILL YOU cough when Sliiloh's Cure will give c immediate relief. Price 10 cts., 50cts., and 11. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. BEAVER DAM. March 2. As I have not seen anything in your paper from this place I thought I would write you few lines regarding tho happenings about this place. Farmers are busy about their spring work, some oats sown on up land. Mr. Eddie Barnes has been confined to his room for several days. Mrs. Jessie Mosely is on the sick list, but she is slowly improving. J. M. Leach's son, Owen, happened to quite a serious accident a few days ago. While using an ax, the nx glanced and split his foot open. He is resting as well as could be expected. Miss Mnttie Chmn, of Beda, is visiting friends in this neighborhood, Tho school at this place is moving along very pleasautly with S. C. Stevens as principal and J. Burch Tay'nr as Miss Edna Jamas, who is attending fcohool here, visited her parents near Cromwell Sunday. Miss Ophelia Stevens visited friends at McHenry last Friday, returning yesterday. Little Misses Mattie aud Ivy Til. foul, of Cromwell, visited their aunt, Mrs. J. Will Cooper, the first of the week. S. R. Deut the popular Lite Insurance agent has been in our town several days. F. W. Pirlle was in town yesterday. Charles Hamilton, late of Texas, has returned to our town. Miss Vadie Austin, while standing near the grate yesterday her dress caught fire which would soon have enveloped her, had uot her screams brought help; she escaped with slight burns on ono arm and side of face. Our townsman, J. W. Cooper, will move in a few days to his farm near " Cromwell. C. ANOTHER CORRESI'ONDBNT. There is some sickness heie. E. P. Barnes, of Hooker & Co., is very sick, but is some better, also Miss Fannie Barnes, of the same firm, hut sho is also improving. Uncle Billy Gray is improving. S. L. Mitchell is out again. Our school under the management of Mr. Steve Stevens, assisted by Mr. Burch Taylor, is progressing nicely, with about G5 pupils in attendance. The City Dads will put in a new pair of stock scales here this week aud a pair of wagon scales. The Beaver Dam Milling Co. received 1000 bushels of fine wheat the 27 ult. It is about time for tho Beaver Dam dancing club to givo another one of their balls, as they know how to get them up aud have such nice times. If the Henderson State Line is built, I expect you will want to move over here. Jack. ' SHILOH'S Cure will immediately roliovoCroup, Whooping Cough nnd Bronchitis. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. JETNAVILLE. March 3. E. D. Nowton gave quite a swell dance at his home near Zion a few evenings ago, We learn the ladies wore tegular ball dresses and that the gentlemen were iu full evening suits. The music was simply spleudid. Supper wan perfectly grand. The occasion was the celebration of 18th birth of Mrs Newton. We trust she may have many mote as pleasant birth days as the one justfpiss'cd. Mrs. PrudieGray, spent Feb, 20th, with hor fanv ly, Deanfield. Mrs. J. S. Coleman of Hartford, spent last week with her daughter, Miss Sallio. Rev. James Bristow and Rev. Burch aio conducting a protracted meeting in Deanfield. The interest seems to be growing, and it is thought that many will be induced to turn from the vice and folly of their way, nnd accept salvation and henceforth try the life of a Christian. We most sincerely trust this meeting will go on and on until none are left in the hand of the demoralizing Satan. Martha's Quilting will occur in a few days. The ladies arc to be dressed in Martha Washington gentlemen arriving at high noon. Quilting begins 1:30 p.m. Dinner will be served 3:30 p. m. Arrangements are beiug made to have a nice entertainment, very like those that were supposed to have been given in the days of Washington's mother. It has not yet been decided just where this quilting will be held. Miss "Somebody" living in a little Hamlet, close by, got married a few days since. The said young lady has a sister much younger than herself, who was, also, inclined to matrimony, the parents of the young sister serious'y objected to the young, er sister's affiances Ou the night after the wedding day of the oldest, and far into the night, when all was quiet and slumbering, save the sighing of the cheerless March winds, our younger sister, dressed in the wedding apparel of her sister and went out to meet her loved one, and in a few hours they were happily married in Rockport, Iud. Nameloc. You've tried Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription have you and you are disappointed. The results are not immediate. And did you expect the disease of years to disappear in a week? Put a pinch of time in every dose. You would not call the milk poor because the croam does't rise in an hour? If tliero is no water in it the cream is sure to rise. If there's a possible cure, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is sure to effect it, if given a fair trial. You get the one dollar it costs if it don't benefit or cure you. We wish we could give you the makers' confidence. They show it by giving the money back again, in all cases not benefited, and it'd surprise you to know how few dollars are needed to keep up the refund. Mild, Gentle, Soothing and is Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Cures the worst cases permanently. No experimenting. It's "Old Reliable.!' iveyears of success. ' IN AND ABOUT TOWN. After a long silence I again make bold to come to the front. I have for the past two or three weeks been "casting" ray eyes in several directions, and to say strange sights met my gaze would but half express it. I think those who have not yet had their eyes opened to the development in aud about town, could very easily have seen a thing or two in the form of druuken meu(had they only wanted to) on or about the 25th of February, of couiso one couldn't say that they had Been anything of the "Blind Tigers" or the whisky they keep. Oh,' nol Twas only a little hard cider, or perhaps the change in the weather that caused their noses to blossom. A Bible reading Society has been organized at the C, P. Church, composed of the little folks from ten too sixteen years of age, the officers are as follows: Miss Etta Thomas, President; Miss Moble Kimbley, Vice Prcs ident; Miss FUrence Morton, Secretary; Miss Olive Carson, Assistant Secretary. Good return may be expected from this training tchool. I attended a wedding the other day. 1 occupied rather an elevated position, but 'after all failed to see the happy couple. The marriage took place iu the parlor of the hotel, Rev. J. A, Bennett officiating. I happened to step into our post-office the other day, a gentleman just a head of me desired to purchase same envelopes, I arrived just in timo to hear him say: "Give two enve lopes for a uickle, don' t,you"? "Yes." "Give roe two stamps with envelopes on 'em," About that timo I retired to give vent to my mirth. P. O. Woodsido farm. Mr. Clarence S. Bate of Harrod's Creek, sends the following: "Your trial box of Quinn's Ointment has pleased me wonderfully. I used it to remove incipient Fistula o f Withers." This is the universal expression of tboso who are using Quinn's Ointment. "HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 'and 50 cents. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. PROFESSIONAL CARD. J. Ed-win ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Ja. .ct.raN. J.i. n. wronivo. 6s HARTFORD, KY. (Office, oter Andrraon'a llatnnr.) Will practice their profoaiiionlualltha court. I Ohio And adjoialntf countica, nnd court or Appeals. Special attention ptf n tn criminal practice and collection. vlintfly 7az3Q.es Sxxiitli, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h!a profession in Ohio and counties, nnd the court of Appeals, hpctia attention given to collections. Office north side public square. t2 TIt E. D. OUFFY. B. D. niNGO. Attorneys at Law. Will practice In all courts of Ohio .And adjoining counties, and in Superior Court and Court of Ap- Jieala. Collections and all legal buaineas attended o. Office, No. 9, orer Anderson's Ilautar, Hartford, Ky. ri "ly Perry Westerfield umm at law, 13. 13. "Wedding, Attorney at Law, Roaine, !5Ly . (Office in Crowdor Building.) Will practicn his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Notary Pfabllc T2n'.'2ly 2s&m L. Keavrin, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hartford, Ky. Will practice hit profelon In ail tho Courts sf Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Special attention Klren to collection. Office, orer William, Hell A Co'a drugstore. I. ft waif j 1S DENTIST: OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Formerly of Millwood, now located at offers his Drofeational services to the people Urayson and adjoining couaties. Office in (the Dr. Haden property.) S31y SECRET ORDERS. Sons cf Veterans. Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. 35, Department ef Kentucky, meets at Hartford, Ky.,5econd Saturday iu each month at 1 r. . C. M. Bismtt, Captaia. Jit. h. Rows, Sergeant. Cr. J. TZ. J. WassGosxiLL Post, No. 8, Department ol Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'clock r. ., to Court-House, Leitchfleld, Ky. I'.S.Bai'ma.Cona. S.A.McSastr.AdJ. PaiSToa Moaton PostNo4,Departmentof Kentucky, meets every Saturday before the secoad Sunday at 10 o'clock a. u. in the at Hartford, Ky. J. C. Caianana, P. C. J. M. llianop, Adj. D fD!l w:r; 3r9 i veTo. aw Tn Bottlea Cored Her. VI Cabboia, la., July, 1889. I wai suffering 19 years from shock! In my bead, so much to that at time I didn't eipect to rocover. I took medicines bom many doc-tort, but did not get soy relief until I took Pastor Koenlg'i Nerve Tonloj the second dosa relieved ma and a bottles oared me. 8. W.PEOK. NawronT, Ky., February 20, 1881. For many years I was sickly and very nervous, so that the least thing would frighten ma, and my sleep was unrefresbing and I was so weak aa to be unable to do any housework. I was always and depressed. Nov everything Is changed. Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Xtonfe (2 bottles) has hefped me ; I am Ukea new can work, sleep well and feel contented, rraon, this medicine at every oppof. tutty KUUSA ltOIiL. A Valuablo Iloolc en Nervous LULL DIaouaet sout frco to anv address. 'Hff mil xxr riillonu can alo obtain I HLjLj this intxlkiuo freo or cliarze. This remedy has lieeuprepired bribe Reverend Soenlg. of fort .Wayne. Ind. since ITS. and laowBrepandunderhls direction by the KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. SaMbrDruntsUBtSlpernotU. O forts, XavswBlso.wa.19. Q Bottles for 0. mm Obtained, and all I'AMUtT blflALM at tended to for IIQI'KRATK tt:.rS (mi office opposite the I) b Tslcnt Office, and m can et. tain Patents in lew tnnotlisii I Iniac emt'le frnia njsiiisoroy. semi uudki.. iutAwiu ft HIOTOnt linenliou We advise as lo patent ability flee nf i haite ami we mane t0 IIIAHOS i,n.lss iwKar i.i .sr.iiiKt.ii , Fot cimiliir. advice, Icrinl and lefereiifts le actual clients In your own Mste. County. Illy or Town, write to I Ocvonie Fattm Offict Tossiemoa. li O- rV Weakness, Malaria, . lalptUoa and Twm1. won vmncr. It ( Far sale by aU dtalan In tne aiuisw, BROWMt IKON BITTKIU AIJfAWAO . for ISM Contains One Hwudred Keclpea for delicious Csusdy cheaply tnd quickly at home. This book I gh a wuy ut dru and general stores.