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IV?3 P"S UriiifrYour Job Work S5f? W -Li ivmiEii to Tin: The Haktdri) Eepfblican. SUBSCRIBE FOIt TIIK Wo uro well supplied N wilii tliu voiy best inatoriitl and hiiVo in our employ us nOSERS & BARNEIT, Publisliere. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF .HE PARTV IN.IHs'rkiH C0M6RE5SI0MAL S1STR1CT. TERMS S1.25 Fir Aims, In Adunti, L'ood workmen us i'iiii be vr found. l'ricinrtsHhtiniiblo. $1.25 per year. m K VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1892. NO. 40. State Directory (iiitrnior ... I, V. llrnJn I.iiiitrniiit liniitmr M.C.Air.ird rWirliir) nl HI tin llivll,') A 1 1 . r 1 1 c Utile ml W.J. Ilemlnck ,ii.lilr v .1. J Noriiuin r Ilitir) Halo Itnilrtirnf 1iiiiMitlicK... H, II. Hmingu Aillutnnt (. nf rul rul. 11)1.1 1 liitru Hun.. I!. I'. TliiitiiKiui llcik . Aililmix Public I'l lull I) I'ulk JuliiiM! Ciriint fmirl i mil i in r tin- -II li .Miniila) In Mn) iul .Vivi iiiIn i. , ju.lgt I.l'l.illii' i'piiiiiii.iiiiiir" MiHini'i . . . .,'""..".' 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Two littlo toiiirites that try to nay Siu'b words of bitturueis to-day, Insli'ud of huppy mirth, 'I'lmt iniiiiriiiiiir .... fillu . tlmiitr iilimi ' i ...w v., Where unK'n dwell in poaeo and lo An I wish the s.imo on earth. I ,., .. . . . . . .. . i I il lllliu I.IL.1'3 llll ailUllll7, Twuliitu to Soiut) tears that follow this; And then a rush of little feet Th.it insy mouths may ipiiekly meet ''' '" lovi,1Nr UlSHi ( Two little folks who smiliny .stand Now heart to heart and hand to hand Obex iny loMi'sde.ir voice, MethinU I hu.tr boniu fluttering winjrs A uMeii von that Miftly siiiys, , .... , .. ,M " he niim'N now rejcifii! Mawl MmltUck. CAPITAL CULLINGS. Our Correspondent at Washington Writes an Interesting Communication. "Honor to whom honor N due" U I , , , , i n .1 tvnleiillv tin; motto of , .. .... . . . , , ..n II. ...1 ,.l Mis.uaiiiiu ulwi nl . ' . ' , .. though a Democrat, does not iorget B. . . that he h also an Aiiiencan, as so manv of bis iiartv do. In u short ' speech .,',, in the House this week Mr. i ' , . . . . . . . i m i Hooker paid n high tnhiite to Amei- lean diplomacy in conducted under I 1 . , . . .. ir -i lie lire-mi in inu iiu -inn it wa diplomacy which had settled our Chilian and the Sea cnnlroverty, and that nately forthf fountiy it had the position nf Secretary of. State n mini of such large mid diplomatic ability that i he hail the-e by til .. ... ... it . plomacy. I ..I. I.a.t loou eo.npei.e. to stiliitt' tlie flag she nan mm Salisbury had in k ' tire iiirni int. ihi.i ., .ii " .......- l'l"' ;-.. ( v.veu.li, und that in , these results the Secretary of State hail been ahlv by the mini"- ters to Chili and Great Ilrifnin lions. Patrick Kgan and Kobt. T. Lincoln. He saiil that Mr. Hlaiiio had shown himself to be n by the iii.iuuer in which he had treated llieoc I'lio'tintis. Again this wetk the Uepublic.ins of the under the able lender--hip of ex-Speaker IJecd, demonstrated ihnt it i ea.-y iimlerthc present tie up the House, unless the Democrats keep a tpioriim of their own uieiubeis constantly on the Ihmr, which they found it to do, notwithstanding the largo number of Democrats in tho Senator Hale, who is a member ot" the Senate Committee on which has reported largo additions to the Xaval appropriation hill, thinks the Senate will endorse the in the nppropiiatiuns for new ship" mid that it will also insist upon the Hoiiscngieeiug to itsmnciidmcnts, knowing that such action will bo by thu public sentiment of tho counliy. He said on the subject: "There is a universal sentiment throughout the country in tavor ot lurther additions to the navy, and tho recent diplomatic experiences we have had with Foreign Nations ought to teach us the necessity of be. ing prepaid! for trouble," It may now lie set down as certain that no further ellort will be iiiiulo in Congress to have the reinaiusof Gen. Grant brought from Now York to Washington. The abandonment of tho idea was caused by the opposition ofMrs.Grautto tho removal, nud by tho increasing belief that icw York will raise tho' money to erect the monument, tho of which was hud on Wednesday o( this week. Senator Maudersou, who, biuco tho .Ic.ith of Senator ljlmnb, has-been in clutrgo of the lMiimb resolution providing for the removal, says it will never be called up. Decent Democrats nro miamimous in condemning tho action of Kuolo, who having mado such a miserable failure in his utteiijpt to blacken the goodnamo ofGeu.ltnuiu, in tho so called 1'cnsinu investigation, lost his head entiicly and fo forgot tho mauncid of n gentleman us to apply the woids "you are a liar"to Gen. Rnuin, unil to attempt to make a attack on that gentleman. Tho uaino Knolo has already becomo a synonym of The President anil tho other members nf the Administration and of Congress who attended the luying of the corner-stone of tho Graut inoniiuient in Now York returned here thoroughly impressed with tho idea that the monument will bo rapidly pushed to completion. A Good Husband , iKlcliuiWtl ' It is not tho man who is afraid ho will not lill the In' 1 1 i) thu tuatrjiimui quite recover from tho at her accepting him mid lie nil nliwijs her Invo ns u p(seeioii tlint is (ixecctiinglv precious mid luiict hi carefully guuidcd lest it elip uway r "" " 0 ,u"lu'r llow """ yems they me married it will always be the sime uud the modest, sinning bachelor will pi'ovo'the devoted admiring husband to the end. On the other linml, the eieaturc who considers that he bo Mows a little slice of heuven with the giving of his niinie is the one that N going to make a girl wretched. He Jccls in tuntigii pcriiapj lie were too .)ref j ,;, W00I , ,,,, ows i. .' ,. .. , , .. . her by actions if he iloc not tell her I . ii mi many words that there were many other girls just diving for him. If money is "Cairo it will not he ho that will sillier. His gloiious form must he iiirujcd in gorgeous apparel, his luncheons uccc"urily of the though at bone, Iih wife, in a gaiiient that may have been one of the tioueau niany yeais ago, eats wanned over inuues t .1 t. , I. TT ... .: .lii'i uiiia iii-i mi ii i,ijii. lit, in in-3 ., . . . .' pride, considers it cnoiigli honor for miv woiiiiin uninly to bear his name, ",.-., , , . ,. , ... i iniil il it urr," iii'"'(vl((l In linn Ili.il Iih I . r ,. , . .. . , , , . eiich a ridiculous statement. I , UiQ modest inun is the one tor the i , . long nice, anil it u young woman si , . . , , , . ., i . I head is leel mid heart in tho right ! place, the eve-cent chaiins ol the one ' will Ik: coiuplettdy swallowed up and sight of in the substantial chtniicter of the other. ' HARDINSBURG, New Ion l'etrie, operator at the t ,,.,, .1, 1,1. til..,. 1,1 ... l!l,tt..t.ttll .. .! ,,, 1,1 I ,,'.,. Kill, rntui v,i, ti w j, 1 1 ,,..-, i . tmu) tMm ( t)o hi'' fiieiuU. .. c i r ,, weorge . Stone, a leading attor noy o( (1e jaik.,)iel(, ,M n, in at. , ... ..... .... i., ,.,.-. . i, "". . been iMiuiiited in parts, that he will be the Third Party's candidate tor Ciieuit Judge in tins district. Miss Maggie Stinnett, tho ellicient ami popular teacher in tho primary department of our school, left hist week tor her home in Meade county. Hon Clui'i. Hhiudford wa4 the fiiiemiiu of the grand jury. D.s. E L. Hayes and .1. C. Dentists, of Clovcrp'irt and Haws-vi le, icspectively.luive been in town the week in the kiteiest of their profession. PliocinD.iniel, of.Spokune, Wash., was' in town hist week, the guest of his mother, Mrs. Veriau Darnel. Mi-s Ella GooiUon, a iniuiu teauhei of Irviugton, Kentucky, n in lown Tuesdiy, tho 13th. She was the guest of Miss Clara lleanlsley. The Eli.abethtown District Confer ence of the Southern Methodist Church, convenes at this pl.ico on the The Church is being repaired mid preparatory to that event. A large crowd is expected to be in attendance. It. W. Drowtlcr is the Presiding Elder. II. 0. Phelps and wife, Louisville, mo visiting relatives in this place. Kov. llagiiu preached to it largo ongregatiim at the Hiptist Cliuroh Siiudav.. There wero fom additions to the Church, Seven or eight ponous were immersed in' ' the Baptistery at the Baptist Church Monday night. Elihu Mcadin', an aged citizen of our couiityjias been very low of paralysis. Municipal politics will be lively next Monday. A Mayor ami Councilman will bo elected. Tho Harrison murder case which has excited 'great interest in this place was brought to a close on Friday of hist week. Thojuiy brought in a vculict finding the defendant guilty of murder, mid fixed his punishment nt confinement in the penitentiary for life. Tho Com t room was crowded during the whole oftli'e. dial. On Thursday evening the fuse st nrgiod by counsel for tho defouse and commonwealth. N. McMerccr and David It. Murray spoke for the defense, mid Judge John Allen Murray .nut ChapezoWuthcn, Commonwealth's Attorney, spoke in behalf of tho Commonwealth. The arguments of all attorneys were closely followed by the jury mid the entire audience. The verdict of the jury is commended by tho citizens as being just, upholding the diguity of tho law, and uveug ing its dishonor. It. Ainil 20. .' lm One. hundred and fifty (lot)) worms from two doses of Dr. Pleusnnt worm syrup. S&o his circular. Money rofuudud if faction not jrlvon. For s,ilo bv I. H. 1 pin u, t'OII IHMI'KPJJI nml I.lyr t'ornpltlnl iiiihiYHii prli)tiil'ifliiinintir on ft fry Utile ol HliilnliV K"UI')Z ClriOhiJt Urn. VIEW OF HARTF03D. Tho Town Described by a ViBitor Within its Gates. ' -l "Oh, what n tiieo largo city the town of Hartford is,'1 said n friend of mine the other dny. "Just take the Boulevard from Beaver Dam to Hartford; the nice, level road, with its many green trees rtn cither side; some of them even planted or layed in the middle of the chaussee. See the pretty ponds you find ever twenty-five steps, with sinail niujuirju. bridges, which are put up to conveniently that they turn upside down, whenever they feel like it, anil no expense for keeping them in order. Pailiciilar notice did I take of the co called light," as he pioposed, "named after the beautiful spot in Germany, where Nanolcon the Third was im prisoned in 1872. This reminded mo," ,ook A largo crop of tobacco he exclaimed, "of the Into German-' wil1 ,,e Ihmtd if the season will ad-French war, ami in connection with "" this. I saw Um horses, which tried' There has been a scries of meeting to pull the stage from the railroad station to this town, having war with those hills, ponds, or mud-holes, as they generally call them in this part of the county." "But the roads will be good," I answered, "whenever the rain stops;" to which ho rcphed,"that no doubt Hartfoiil would be better ttlinnnt'iir fl.o wi'i.td .vmo frnisoi! the Henderson State Line. i es, that's what brought me here," he said the State Line. "I heard you people voted the tax on it; you even had some 'if the roads for this Lipc graded. More thmi that, you paid to the surveyor, who had no other job ahead; you talked about it, excitetl the wholecountiy,painted out how nice you would take care of the traveling pcop'e, you built and a new hotel, take day and night boardeis, tiied to keep the hogs and diunkmds from the street; turned your horses mid mules loose iu order to have some accident on your streets established with the latter an Accident Insurance agency; kept law and order meetings, and still your railroad is out of sight! But, patience, she will come. I will take tho bonds," he said, "to NeYirk,lPan sell thehi to some fool, and if not, I will go to sec England's syndicates and let them rule the railroad. They buy everything el-e, why can't they buy your bonds?" 1 took this friend of mine around town, intioduced him to our uood citizens; bo shook bunds with our bran new man, he liked him and all our people. "Everybody be ins to be busy," he baid, "except those who are doiug nothing." "Oh," I exclaimed, "nil those who sit around don't have to work, they draw a pension or are waiting to draw one" (it was examination day.) I took him to our mills and the same night ho ill earned about tho Niagara falls, high waters, back wateis and even about those waters which he had seen on our streets, accumulating from light showers. He raid ho never saw n town lit up better nt night than Hartford, but tho electric light seemed to effect his eyes. The reason for it, there wero so many talking about it, and very few ready to take it in use. "Whatdojou water power fin?" he asked me, and I being ufuiid that he would talk about us, told him that what water wo did not use for the mills wo save fur a (Ire. It seemed to nmuso him that wo have such a large crowd iu town (it mis tho day when we had (wo extra monkeys and orgaus iu Hmtford.) He tried our sirloin steak nt tho table and expressed himself as to tho fact that such a steak ho never eat before, "Yes, wo raise good cows," I answered. Our jail, he could not understand why wo needed one whilo thin is a temperance town and everybody wants to be the best, but I told him that tho county hail (no much money at one time uud thought it best to invest the sumo in public buildings mid not repair the side-walks and college feuce. He saw our College boys beating tho coiirt house olhpio In base ball and invited them to do so ngaiu. He saw our town lots, waiting for somebody to speculate, and with the promise that when he has crossed the ocean mid nt home, that he will do all he can for Hartford uud try to import a Chinese laundry. Piiuwck'h Bhotiikii. Roll of Honor. The following names ot pupils giving regular atteudanco during tho last sessiou of school, have been sent iu since the last report: District No 70, MIm Sallie Cole-man, Toucher: Eva Loyd, Missouri Loyd, Verda Loyd, Ida Simpson, Henry Harrison. Respectfully, Jo. R. Itooiiiis, Co. Sup't. FORDSVILLE. t April 2."). Business is flourishing. Th'o merchant nro having a'boo'ming spring liniie. 1110 limner-men are getting n hustle on themselves. The woods are made to ring with the woodman's nxe as the huge oaks are fell mid robbed of their valuable bark. Staves, cross tics, lumber, coal and stock are constantly being shipped from here. We have two railroads and the third one is being surveyed. Two churches and tuc third one be ing built, two mil's, 'two depots, six stores, three doctors and a hustling set of farmers. v The school at this place is progressing nicely, us it is ever the rose when Prof. F. P. Stum is at its beau. We are soon to lose our depot agent, J. J. Bradcriclc, who Las been with us for tho past year and a half. Wo regret having to part with him and arc not expecting to get another that will suit us so well. Tho farmers in this vicinity aro making slow progress, owing to continued rains. Wheat, oats and eras conducted at the Fordsville Metho dist Church since its dedication two ' weeks ago. The first seveu days were ' tern,cl ns a holiness meeting. The most able niiuiaters in the Methodist faith from different parts of the State displayed their talent iu that meeting, Tl,c result was 8evcral 80U,S received ' the SOCOllll blessing. At tl)C end of this time the visiting miuisteis, hav ing received u Benjamin's mess of the lovo of God in their souls, returned home. The last seveu days meeting was to convict sinuers,but I think the old Jeaf has been allowed to turn back and again the principle object is to sanctify christians. The meeting still continues with limited success. i PALLS OP ROUGH Is a bcatiful little village situated on Rough Itiver, in the North-western part of Grayson county bordering on tho North by Rough Kiver. On the North she is charmed by tho rattling of the wheels and the screaming of the duily trains. Her streets are broad and lovely with few obstructions. The smoke from tho manufactory can bo seen at all times through the day. Col. L. Green has the largest and only dry goods store at this place. Several hands are here peeling tan-bark and making cross-tics. George King, whilo making cross-ties a few days ago, cut his foot very severely. Thomas Bond, of Louisville, was here on busness a few days ago. Success to the Kkpudlican aud its many readers is the wish of Wild Bill. CROMWELL. Spring has come at last, and it is nothing uncommon tg hear of the "dude aud dudiue" strolling on the banks of tho river by moon light. Miss Lelia Kone, of Morgautowu, returned home Saturday after n two weeks visit to friends and relatives. Miss Alice Edmonds, Beaver Dam, is visiting Mrs. Beatty. S. K. Newmau, Louisville, was shaking hands with the merchants here Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Dr. McKenuey and sou, are in Rochester this week visiting her parents. Littlo Frankio Gillstrap is yet very low, but hopes are entertained for her recovery. W. T. Word's new store is furnished, and he will commenoe moving ibis week. This change will leave a vacant store in the beart of the town, some energetic merchant should gejt at once, as it is a good sfore and wo only havo three dry goods houses hero. A towu of this sizo should support at least four. The social at Col Realty's last week was largely attended. Miss Fniiuie Trout, who has been sick for some time. wo aro glad to su) , is improving. Mrs. B. F. Burden is quite sick. A. Knhu is again to bis bed. Many of our people are looking as if they wero taking the"spnng fever." Water being ory high, wo have u good many loungers this week as well as last. Wiiitk Winob. HAYNESVILLE. Farmers uro beginning to plant corn. Rev. H. C. Hook, of Hardinsburg, filled his rogu'ar appointment at this place last Sunday, andt preached a most excellent sermon. Hurvey Winkler and wife were in this neighborhood last week. Gurlaud Lanuru has moved to Oweusboio (olive. Queky: If Samuel H. hollows 110 times while plowiug around oue acre of land, with four corners, without rocks or sUiinpg, how many times would ho speak to his horses while ploughing of! the laud, supposing the plow to cut one foot each rouud? Ei.n.na. AHI.YOII XABK by !inilK"Uon. Unaltlfwlinii, nm nf Appetite, Yellow Hklnl .Slillnli'i Vitnliier I kUU Piiie, HoMl.v Y. lira. Tho Judge Was Meroiful. IF.idmnire.l The vagwaa before the police judge on the usual charge, and it was not the first time either. On this occasion, however, ho was seedier than ever and tho color on his noso was several shades more crimson than it had been at any prevrous appearances. "Urn! urn!" refleotod the Judge, as he held his noso and glanced over the culprit, "sojou aie horj again?" 'Yes, yer honor," driveled the prisoner. "Well, havejou any valid objections to my giving you a cumulative sentence, on general principles, of say, six months at the rocks?" "I I liHtnt, Jedge, yer Honor," ho stammered, "ceptin' I'm a good Democrat, yer Honor, an' it's gettin' round to'rds election times." Whatever prompted him to make such a statement iu tlbfense, nobody knew, for the Judge was an uncompromising Republican, and the reporter of the Democrat paper nudged his Republican rival and offered to bet the drinks that the vag would get twice six months. "So you are a Democrat?" queried tho Court, kindly. "Ye : yer honor," reasserted the tramp. "How long have yon- been that way?" ! "Ever siuco I was old enough to vote, and now I'm fifty past." "I list makes thirty years at least," mused tho Judge reflectively. "Reeu a Democrat for thirty lung years," lie said, almost sadly, and then brightening, he continued: "Well, I haven.t the heart to make your burdens any heavier so I'll just cut that six months down to four, and let you go at that. Make it fourmonths, Mr. Clerk," nud whan Court Ldjouiued tho Democratic" reporter had to pay for the drinks. "Golden Medical Discovery" cures those diseases which come from blood impurities-scrofula and skin diseases, sores and swellings. But does it? It's put up by the thousands of gallons, and sold to hundreds of thousands. Can it cure as well as though it bad been compounded just for you? lis makers say that thousands of people who have had Tetter and Eczema aud Erysipelas, Carbuncles aud Sore Eyen, Thick Neck and Enlarged Glands, are well today because they use it. Suppose that this is so. Suppose that a man was far-seeing enough to know that to cleanse the blood was to cleanse the life. Suppose that by many experiments, and after many failures, be discovered this golden kev to health ,and that his faith in it for you is so strong that you can go to your druggist, buy a bottle, and if it doesn't help you, you can get your money returned cheerfully. Will you try it? The r.medy to hjufe. faith in, is the remedy the makiuw, themselves havo faith in. 'j ROSINE. April 2i). The citizens of this place were serenaded early Monday morn ing,by the Italians, with their monotonous hand organs, aud their monkeys. Miss Leta Ragland has been very ill, but is somewhat better at present. Miss Lucy Townsend visited Mrs. Dr. Wedding one day last week. Miss Belle Whittinghill is at home ugaiti. Born, to the wife of Chas. Talloy, a girl. Mrs. Will Lewis gave the little folks an Easter party. The children had a eruud time ruuuiug and scrambling in the bushes, hunting the nests. Mabel Hocker and Kato Watts were the most successful nest-finders. The Baptists held services at the S0I100II161180 last Saturday eveninit Land Suuday at 11 a. in. Rev. Jim Davis preached. The Union Sunday School meets ut the Methodist Church iu the afternoon, prayer meetiug at the Methodist Church last night. Success to your valuable paper. BtTTKIt SWEKT. It Pays to Read The Papers, especially your county paper, for often through this medium business chances and opportunities are pre sented that might otherwise entirely escape your attention. For instance B. F. Joiisbon&Co., Richmond Va., have au advertisement iu this paper that will prove of especial iuteretd value to a large number of people hereabouts. Write to (hem for further particulars. m Saratoga Association. Mr. Charles Wheatly Seo'y of the Saratoga Racing Association writes, "From the experience of many years use of Quinn's Ointment, I unhesitatingly recommend it for the cure of Blood Spavins. Windpuffs, and i other soft ilarcements." PROFESSIONAL CARD. J. iZoixrm ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Jil.l.OUHX. -, 1. , WIP'IK. CUoaan cSc "Wedding-, HARTFORD, KY. (Offlcp, over Anileriou's Bauir.) Will practice lliffr profoialonliialltliecoirU Ohio ami mljolalnx countlei, and court of Apiwala Special ultniliou gitn to criminal practice aa4 collection", rta'JUj 3a,xxitts Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Wilt practice li'i pro'cadon In Ohio an J a,(Jle. Iiigcountmi.anj the court of Appeal., rpeeia Attention given to collection!. Office north ile public equate. TlTlf K. D. GUFFY. II. li. KINGO. 6s Attorneys at Law. Will practice tn all court, of Ohio .ind adloinia tountle", and in Court und Conner Appeals. Collection! and all legal builnese attend' to. Office, No. , over Anderson' llaaaar, Hartford, Ky. riVly Perry Wegterfi.ld ATI0ENE7 AT LAW, TZ. 12. red.diaafgv Attorney at Law, Roine, X.;y- (Offlce in Crewder Building.) Will ..... ..nll.. 1.1. ,,, .nr 1 1 1, .,- . . ,..-......, .,u,r..iuu in an ine courts Ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Alio Xalarr rabllc MI. Xj. Heavrlaat, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hartford, Ky. Will praetkehU profcMlon In nil Die Courts f Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention Riren to collection. Office, over Williams, Ut A Co'a drugitor. ii- i- waif m 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 offer, his uroresnonal services to the people Urayson auJ ldjolmng counties. Offlee in (the Or. Haden proper!-.) SJIj SECRET ORDERS. Sons cf "Veteran. Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. W, Uepanment f Kentucky, meets at Hartford, Ky.,second Satnrday iu each month at 1 r. m. C. M, Biijett, Captain, Jn. L. Rowi, Sergeant. O. .A.. IS. J, Wtss OomiLL I'ot, No. I, Department et Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'cloek r. m In Leltehfleld, Kj, P. 8. lUimii.Com. S.A.McSniET.AdJ. I'aiiTON Motion I'est No. 4, Department of Kentucky, meets eery Saturday before the se4 Sunday at 10 o'clock a. . in the court-house at Hartford, Ky. J. C. Cmmieim, I1. C. J. M. IlllKoe, Adj. BlilrH A WArUBAZ. fits, Falliag StekMw, Hjttu ' tea. St VJtu Daace, Khtobsbmc. Biftkw&l, MelAaehsUa, b ebritr, SJeepIeMBesf, Die alMM, aal Weakaess. This medicine has direct action upon the nerve centers, allaying all Irritabilities, and Increasing the flow and power ot nerve fluid. It Is perfectly harmless and leaves no unpleasant effects. 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