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give am, th Regular Telegraph Dispatches; hut
mora City New than th other, and contain! a
digest of all tk enrront news of the day omit tin I
tb long and dry details. In these time of trial to
vry body' pockets, tha aavlng of a int'i ub.
asriptioa each month hi aa Item well worth eonsld.
ring. It U our Intention to mak tha Pan tba
Penpf' Paper. AovxansinsNT mT low.
The Press To-Morrow.
In expectation of important newt from
Tennessee, the Daily Press will appear aa
usual to morrow, at 2 o'clock P. M. We
hoie to be able to announce that Nashville
and Columbus are occupied by our troops.
Death in the White House.
President Lincoln'! iop, William, aged
bout ten years, died on Thursday afternoon.
He had been sick several weeks.
Taking of Clarksville, Tenn.
The occupation of Clarksvilleby our troopi
is confirmed, and that too without any fight
ing. A large amount of stores, arms, Ac,
a:e said to have ben left by the rebels in
their haste to get away.
The dispatches last night jive us to under
itand that tbe rebels are evacuating Colum
bus, Ky. The noon dispatches may give us
further particulars. The sketch descriptive
of the fortifications, number of troops, Ate,
at this point, which we publish on our first
page, will be found quite interesting. Being
so strongly fortified and prepared for an at
tack, they must have had some very
goods reafons for leaving that stronghold, if
they have done io.
Lookout for News from Nashville.
It was announeed by last night's telegrapU
that on Tuesday last General Mitchell was
-within thirty miles of NashTille. General
Mitchell's command numbers about fifty
thousand men, sufficient, it is believed, to
overcome any force the enemy may have at
Nashville. If the General pushed on, and
we have no doubt but he did, as he is one of
the go-ahead kind, be is most probably now in
Nashville. We shall look for intelligence
from that point with great eagerness. It is
possible the telegraph to-day will give us
- something from that quarter. At farthest,
a day or two will tell the story.
The Glorious Twenty-second.
Preparations are beiDg made in this
city on an extensive scale for the proper
celebration of Washington's birthday. There
will be general illumination of both public
and private buildings at night. Thousands
of banners, flags and streamers will be dis
played. The firemen and tbt different So
cieties will turn out and participate in the
festivities oflhe occasion. The public offices,
banks, Ac, will be closed, and business of all
kinds will, to great extent, be suspended.
The day will, as it should, be app'ropriately
and patriotically observed more so than
ever before in this city.
The End Draws Nigh.
The St. Louis Republican says that the re
bellion is ended in Missouri. General Price
has retreated into Arkansas, and his army is
ent up Into remnants, disorganized, demor
alized and despairing. Kentucky, too,
almost freed of Secession troops, only the
south-west corner remaining in their pos
session; and already we hare rumors
evacuation there. Tennessee will, ere long,
be reclaimed to the Union, and Arkansas
now within the grasp of an invincible army
pushing forward. A foothold has been
gained in North Carolina and Georgia, and
it is difficult to see where the rebels are
make their last desperate stand in the South
ern States. The truth is, they are disheart
ened disappointed alike by the courage,
enthusiasm and resonrces of the loyal people
of tbe free and Border StsteB, and by the
"Idolatrous love for the old Union," which
still throbs in the breasts of thousands upon
whom they relied for succor and assistance.
Peace and nnited country are at length
within the scope of immediate events. We
dare say that very many who have been
willing to try the experiment of Secession
are heartily glad of this prospect.
Not tbe least cheering in tbe train of re
flections suggested by the recent decisive
successes of tbe Federal Army and Navy,
the observation that the republic is to
restored without the adoption of those vio
lent revolutionary measures which hare
been so persistently proposed by the Aboli
tionists. We believe that one of the chief
agencies in disarming our fellow-citizens
tbe South has been tbe firm resolution
President Lincoln not to make this war
crusade upon their domestic institutions, but
simply a determined effort to maintain the
Union, preservo the constitution and enforce
the laws. As the campaign progresses, and
the hope of an early triumph over the rebel
lion continues io increase, the administra
tion will grow mote and more conservative,
for we bave noticed that tbe tendency
radicalism has been in the ratio of tbe tem
porary successes ot the Secessionists. Much,
we doubt not, of the fanaticism noticed
certain quarters has proceeded from exas
peration, and not from any broad principle
of statesmanship. Eut victors can always
afford to be generous, and as fruition draws
nearer all such motives as revqnge and
hatred naturally disappear.
It must not be thought that all is done
when our triumphant columns shall have
dispersed tbe insurrectionary Onds which
so long impeded their march. Victory
not always synonymous with peace.
must remember that after we shall have,
drawn back tbe misguided Southerners Into
the Union folds, we shall bave to live with
them as brothers and equals, and that
tome tense their allegiance must be volun
tary, in order that the conaeotion may
mutually beneficial Tbe aim ought to be
conciliate rather than destroy to show that
while resistance to the authority of tbe Gov
ernment will be rain and suicidal, tbe Gov
tn meat is not a tyrant, as designing men
bave said, but a political organization to pro
tect all right. Let it be shown that the ob
jects of the leyal people havT been slandered
by tbe disunion leaders that we never
never wished, to oppress the inhabit
ants of any section, or reader their citizen
hip burdensome or distasteful. Above
should it be demonstrated that the Unionists
are not a gang of slave-robbers or Abolition
incendiaries. Bo will tbe erring soon
their error, and brotherly cordiality, frater
nal harmony, teal the permanence of the
A "Notis as is a Notis"
Sam. Pike, the queerest fish connected
with tbe Ohio press, in noticing that a new
paper la toon to be started in Hillsboro, talks
Such reader! as may not be pleated with
the Gozrtu, are respectfully recommended
to take The Jndtprndent, and we hope to bear
oi lis rapid trowm in thl luzunant newt
paper toil. Mar its conductors God more
flowers than thorns in their pathway to
glory, and more eopperi than kickt in passing
through time to eternity.
One Robin Does Not Make a Summer.
Tbe Leavenworth Time$ of February 16
sayr "We heard a robin singing yesterday,
and thought for a moment that gentle
spring bad come again. We pity that robin;
he is altogether premature, and some of
these days bis blithe notes will freeze in his
throat. He will learn that one day of sun
shine does not make a summer, especially
A Chance for "Somebody."
The Topeka (Kansas) Record says Governor
Robinson, of that State, Is looking for a man
to fill the office of Superintendent of School".
He is easy in bis requirements as to educa
tionsimply a knowledge of addition and
division the" capacity to add up his salary
and divide it with the Governor.
P. S. He will also be expected to steal
the School Funds.
tbat tbe weather was splendid for sugar
making, and the farmers were availing
themselves of it to the fullest extent. Go
ahead, Iloosiers West India sugar sells
here at ten to twelve cents a pound.
Second Ohio Cavalry.
The Leavenworth Timet of tbe 15th inst.
says "the Second Ohio Cavalry may be
looked for to-day, provided the ice is suffi
ciently strong to admit of crossing."
P. H. Wells, publisher of the Commercial
Letter, at Chicago, on judicial investigation
was pronounced insane. Cause, too close at
tention to bis business. Daniel Smalley, of
Chicago, was found to be insane on the sub.
ject of religion, and was sent by his friends
to the State Lunatic Asylum.
It is said that some of tbe prominent Vir.
girria politicians, who were conspicuous at
the beginning ef the rebellion, but were un
successful in obtaining office under Davis,
have now secretly applied to see on what
terms they can return to their allegiance at
James Kavanagh, a member of Co. B in the
Irieh Brigade, was found frozen to death near
Camp Douglas, Chicago, on Tuesday last,
The deceased was a man of Intemperate
habits, and bad been intoxicated on tbe af
ternoon previous to his death.
Oranges from Havana are now selling here
at forty cents a dozen. We may soon hare
them from New Orleans at the old rates.
Nisi hundred and twenty-five of tbe Fort
Donelson prisoners, including forty officer,
have been sent to Indianapelis, Ind.
Second Ohio Cavalry. Two Big Guns.
The London correspondent of the Chicago
Tbe famous 300-pounder Armstrong gun,
about which so much noise has been made,
and which was fondly designed to be a rival
to onr Union gun, burst at the first trial.
Tbe government tried to keep the fact a
secret, but it has leaked out, much to their
and Sir William Armstrong's chargiu. The
construction of a new one has been ordered.
This gentleman has se completely the confi
dence of tbe government that he keeps all
rivals at arm's length, and spends the public
money ad libitim.
The presence of Bishop llcllvaine here has
not been without good results. You, who
know him, oan understand how effective
must be bis quiet, unobtrusive personal in
fluence among those of his own class, from
whence it must pervade, more or less ex
tensively, those connected with them. Tne
good Bishop is announced to preach at St.
Paul's Cathedral in a Suaday or two. The
honor, speaking in an English sense, of such
an invitation, has rarely, ff ever before, been
conferred upon a trans atlantic clergyman.
iiaU4 Gsif. Scott i Broadway. The New
York Timet of Tuesday says :
When the excitement over our victories
was at its bight, Gen. Scott was seen in
carriage on Broadway. As soon as he was
recognized cheer after cheer went up, and he
was followed to a store where he was about
to make some purchases. The crowd was
great, such an interest being taken in the
Genera), tbat the police were obliged to clear
a passage through the people, in order to
allow him to make hit exit from the store.
The Tribune says :
Sergeant McDonald, who wag with the
old hero through the Mexican War, shortly
after came up, bearing a rebel flag, which he
attempted to spread over the steps for the
General to walk over. The populace, how
ever, seized tbe flag, and so trampled it un
der feet that it was with great difficulty the
Sergeant could rescue the trophy.
Scioidi. Leonard W. McKenney, a prin
ter, committed suicide in this city on Satur
day night, between eleven and twelve
o'clock, by cutting bis throat. The deceased
was about twenty eight years of age at the
time of his death. He formerly resided ia
Eaton Rapids, Michigan, where he has or
had a wife and child, as appears from letters
found among his effects. Washington Star,
Among the bells rung at Columbus when
tbe news of the Fort Donelson victory was
receiyed, was the old eracked one which
called tbe first Ohio Legislature together
Cbilllcoihe, sixty years ago. It belongs
Colonel Harris, editor or tbe titld Ho tee.
Claims upon tbe Government for damages
inflicted by tbe war begin to pour in at
rapid rate. Tbe majority of them come
from tbe States of Missouri, Kentucky and
Virginia. ' Taken together these claims will
amount, to an enormous sum.
Wbomo. We understand theft runners
from some Cincinnati houses are in the city
selling goods by samples. Perhaps they
not know it, but there is a city law making
such proceedings punishable by fine. Louie
Scioto Gazette roa Sals. The Scioto
Gazette printing establishment is offered
sale, tbe proprietor, Mr. A. P. Miller, con
templating taking an interest in a Cincin
nati daily paper. Lebanon Star.
Tbs Wortbington (Indiana) Gatett,Aio
caUs the abandonment of the Wabash
Erie Canal, and nrges the improvement
White Hiver, so as to make it navigable
steamboats as far as that place.
DieeoDl are beceminf Terr abundant.
Sportgniea will find them a good iobatitute
tut mora fortunate members of tbe feathered
tribe, aa pigeoni are not protected br
' jAHtg Tdbpiv, 11102 tome nine miles
from Bedford, Lawrence Co., Ind . waa ibot,
and, it if tbougbt, fta!lj wounded, by
unknown perauu, on I nuraaay iaat
a DrcTBifigiKa. An infant cbild of W.
Conger, of Petersburg, Ind., waa choked
death last wee, vj getting a piece or meat
m in winap'pe.
Mortar fleet a, we presume, are Intended
"cbink up" tbe boles which oar great guns
juaa ia tne wruncauons,
WASHINGTON, February 20.
WASHINGTON, February 20. [Special to the Gazette]
Yesterday the Senate confirmed Caojlni
M. Clay sa Major-Generat, and 'Heno at
Brlcradier-General. It rejected 'Quarter-
master LItb eirain. the Military Committee
stating be had a million dollars unaccounted
Mr. Rice, from the Senate Committee on
Military Affair, reported a joint resolution
giving authority to the President to appoint
a Lieutenant General by brevet. '
The same committee reported in favor oi
an appropriation to purchase and distribute
silver medals to privates and non commis
sioned officers in both army and navy
for distinguished services during tbe present
Thev also decide not to errant brevet com
missions except for gallant conduct in face
of the enemy. ...
TBa rORCl AT TBI FOBT DOKILION TIGHT.
Senator Trumbull said in the debate on
the Army Deficiency Bill, tbat he had re
ceived authentic information, tbat there
were only twentv-eleht thousand Union
soldiers under General Grant at Fort Donel
son, instead of forty or fifty thousand, as
AN INDIANA SECESSION SYMPATHIZER.
Mr. Voorhiee, of Indiana, made a thorough
Secession speech, declaring tbe people of
Indiana in favor of compromise with the
Mr. Waphburne replied that the people of
Illinois Were in favor of General Grant's
compromise with Buckner immediate, un
RICHMOND REBELS BADLY SCARED.
The Richmond Examiner of Saturday con
tains aa editorial, commencing with the fol
lowing: ''From tbe valiant Senator down to
the timid seamstress, tbe question on every
tocgne in Kicbmond is, whether the enemy
are likely to penetrate with their gunboats
to this quarter."
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Tbe House District Committee will report
bills in tbe District.
Mr. Washburn pushed the House in Com
mittee of the Whole through on the Senate
amendments to tbe Treasury-note Bill at a
gallop, cutting oil a number of long-winded
speeches. Tbe vote concurring in the amend
ment to pay interest in com was ayes
seventy-six; naya not counted.
Tne sinking mnd amendment was rejected,
on tbe unanimous recommendation of the
Wajs and Means Committee. It was op
posed bv the Homestead men, because it de
votes tbe proceeds of sales of public lands to
All the stories purporting that General
Fremont received a clean bill from the Con
duction of the War Committee, or has been
asEigned to a new command, are without
Regulations for Lent.
Ash-Wednesday, the first day of Lent,
falls this year on the 6th of March.'4 The
following are the regulations of the Ctaholic
1. All persons who bave comploted their
twenty-first year, and who arc not ex.
empted from the obligation of fasting by
sickness, debility, old age, hard labor, or
for other well known reasons, are obliged
to observe all the days of Lent, Sundays
excepted, as fasting days.
2. On those days but one full meal is
allowed, which should be taken about
3. A cup of tea, coffee, or thin chocolate,
with a bit of bread, or a cracker, may be
taken in tbe morning ; and a collation, or
food, not more than the fourth part of an
ordinary meal, or not exceeding eight
ounces, may be eaten in the evening.
, 4. Warm fish is not permitted at the col
lation. 6. Abstinence from flesh meat is enjoined
on all tbe Wednesdays and Fridays of
Lent, and on the two Saturdays of the
Ember and the Holy Week.
6. Tbe use of fleBh meat is allowed, by
dispensation, at every meal on Sundays;
and at one meal on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, with the excep
tion of the two Saturdays above named.
7. Those exempt from fasting are allowed
tbe use of flesh meat at every meal on the
days on which it is allowed to others but
8. Fish and flesh are not allowed on any
day of Lent at the tame meal : Oysters are
9. Eggs, milk, cheese, butter, can be used
without distinction of days; butabstinence
from all of these is recommended on Good
Tbi Lati Mb. Pinmimotom A Strings
Stobt. The death of Ex- Governor Penning
ton, of New Jersey, is said to have been tbe
result of bis taking eight grains of morphine
by mistake. He had been complaining
typhoid fever, which at times effected him
so severely aa to cause temporary aberration
Sunday morning he appeared to be no bet
ter, and a piescription was written for
quinine, and sent to the drug store of Dr. C.
W. Badger, on Broad-street, Newark. The
prescription, directing powders, was dis
pensed and labeled "quinine." Shortly
after the powder was administered to the
Governor. In tbe course ef a few minutes
it was discovered that there was something
wrong, and on examination tbe powders
were found to be morphine, eight grains of
which kad been taken. Tbe sad affair will
be fully investigated, when particulars will
be made public Washington Star.
A Tibbibli Fats. We learn that a few
days since several notorious jaybawkert
were caught near Nebraska City, and not
having a jail sufficiently secure to confine
them in, it was deemed advisable by their
captors to end their thieving career at once.
A hole was accordingly cut in the ice, and
tbe gnilty wretches were given passes on
the "onder ice" route to Leavenworth,
where such characters bave been in the habit
of resorting. St. Joeeph(Uo ) Gazette.
This is too horrible for belief, and
probably a "sell."
An aged Methodist lady, eighty-five years
old, recently furnished a large hymn book for
each pew, in the Methodist Church in bar
native village, Washington, Middlesex
Connty, New Jersey. She had previously
given $1,000 "from her small estate," for
me edibce, and left in tier win si.duu io ner
beloved enterprise. She sought no bonor for
herself, but was caretal upon all occasions,
when a sense of obligation was expressed,
say, " Don't thank me; thank the Lord."
Prior to tbe rebellion the debta of the f
ceding Btatee were as follows: Alabama,
$6,1130,778; Arkansas, $3,020,997; Florida,
$7,500,000: Georgia. $3,170,780: Louisiana,
eiu,uiJ9,vi4: ssiwueaipiJi, iioluw,vw, nuitu
Carolina, $9,129,506; Sooth Carolina, $6,-
iyz,e.i; lennewee, aio.Mj.oui; Tirgtou,
37,478,08. TOUI, U7,iO,Wri.
Two Labqi Eaolib KiiiLiD. The Circle-
George Boat killed a gray eagle and
bald eagle, a few days ago, in the neighbor
hood of Darbvrille. O.. each of which meai
ured seven feet from tin to tip of winas.
immediately- stuffed them, with ..view
Orisimo or tbi Miami and Ebis Caul.
Tbe lessees of tbe PnbHo Works bave siren
notice tbat the Miami and Brie Canal
be open for navigation from Cincinnati
St Marl's on tbt first, and tbe residue
said canal to Toledo and tbe Indiana State
line, on tbe IStb of nxt March. '
Tbe Augusta Chronicle boasts of
amount of Yankee blood that will flow
tbiswar, Abl but the Confederate authori
ties will esuse far greater How of tears
their section than of blood tn ourt. gout's
Tha mnmmy of Julia Pastrana a lady
with a beard, who was made a show of some
years ago it to be exhibited in England
She was successfully embalmed, and tome
speculator bat got Hold of tne mummy.
W- A. A. iTDTia, Block, WatchM and Jewelry,
Ho. tri Ontral-avenne. Cain for old Gold and
t--7ta,l.KH MtCMRRB DB I. A COM
aAJ PAONISl FBANCAIS tont rreve,
nnit e rnn, r tninnrri'hul. Tndrill. 21 cnurant
a 7 brum Ou olr, dm In lootl da H. flatten,
avnc lea irmw. nonr faim lsircl.e. afln dfl artf
eirera 1 dmnn.trHnn Bubilane a 1'hoonftur
ae l Bnir?ftMre de la rat-nance a wtuningivn.
i-ar ueoneeit a Adminitriinn.
K UN rZ, t leutenant.
U-STsal- O. O. F.-BOIjIPSK LODGR. I.
eaVTi (. o. F. will mt at their wwh
Hall, corner of fllith and Vine-tl., at
8 o'clock TO-MOHRDtV (Satnrdjr)iifel?
MO NINO, to take Mrt In th cole- D?Ar
bratton of the 32J of february.
a D. GIBSON, N. O.
O. O F.-THE HI EfflBRKS
ana unmurt or hituii-
uuuoa, mo. hi, i. . o
r., will meet at their Hall, corner of i
Ifhlb-it. and Central av., TD-MOR- '.iM't
o'clock preclwir. for tbe nurpoee of participating
In the celebration of the dr. By order T M. (1.
a- J. F. TIUK, Secretary.
fJrSSal. O. O. F.-KT-
L'A LfiBQS, No. ta, 1
ben or JnAtiW-"- .fcywf'cJ
r-pqiiMiea to meet at tneir ijoam
room on 8ATUHDAY. the S2d met
meet at their Lodire- iifi - 'J
UHDAY. the 12d mat . - r'
m. a v viuck a. jn io procure tneir
reirella, for the pnrpn-ie of uniting In tbe Aant-
Tr-iary leienration oi wanmneton e mrtnay.
HlitAV rOWKKS, m. u.
SSJT'V I. O. l I.Thl Niitihgn
or Amrieui l.ooge are requested to
miet at their Hall on SATUBDai,
I f pniHTf II, II s o'OIOCK A. jn., Tor
the DUrnene of tnkln nart In the cel
ebration of Waihinslou'a Uirtbd&y.
ST. PATRICK'S R. C. B. SOCI-
fcTT. The uivmlM.ra r,f the k1m. M.Umuv
are hereby notified to meet io the Hiuoment of the
Caibenral, TO-MORROW MORNING: at 8 o'clock.
ni rn"icipaia in tne ooitoiat'on or Washington a
vi tnun. ni ivu r tu UA.BtllU&-n. 1'rfiH t.
If-JsjeT.PETFa'S BENEVOLENT HO.
KS OlETY. The Members of tha abore So-
cit-w are reooented t meet In the BBniv't of the
intnearai'tv-MUHKOW (Saturday) MORNING, at
7X o'olock, to participate in tha celebration of
Washington' Birthday. By order of tLa Commit
tee of Ariangement.
A. B. WIL'ON, 1
OWEN AHEBN, (-Committee.
GEO. P. OKB, )
If- saALI. MILITARY BENEVOLKKT
aKZS. or otbor bocieties of the city and vicin
ity are Invited to join In celebrating the Birthday
oi tbe Father of hi Country, by ni.iting in a grand
Parade and other exerciiee, to tak place oa B AT
II KI AY, February 22.
Companie or Bocietle Intending to parade will
pleaae report through their proper representative,
at early aa possible, to
GkNKRAL M. S WADK, Oora,
Or to Colonel GEOFVbOY, JONES or WILTS EE,
Aid. (Ch Com ) fe.:0-b
KS FLAGS. X3
The Glorious Start and Stripe."
FLAGS I FLAGS!
SILK, BUNTING AND MUSLIN,
Of all site, for decoration and military purpose,
may be had at the cheapest rat , at
10NOLET A BBO.'S,
Wholeealo Flag Manufacturers,
1F4 Tine st., above Fourth.
RSALI. PERRONS WISHING TO
aevS, know their future prosneots. may have
them correctly stated by MADAME ALWIN.at No.
13 Sixth-st., between Main and Sycamore, where
he may be consulted on all matters concerning
love, marriage, courtship, law- matters and business
aOairs, and will tell the name of the lidy or gentle
man they will marry; also, tbe name of her visitors.
Consultation fee reduced to suit the times. La
dies, 00 cents; gentlemen, 91. fet x
BVd JS.1WO, M.
D.. offer her service aa Phv.
sician and Accoucheur. Patient boaided. If re
quired. Hesideace, tlO Wada-street, between John
ana uuiier. nora-tx
Combs, Brashes and Perfumery.
f AM CONSTANTLY IMPROVING MY
stock of tbe above-named artle'M, and it 1 now
m re complete than (t ha been for tb paattw
years. Country dealer and jobber In Perfumery
are Invited to oall and examine my manufacture
and price. A I sell exclusively for oaah, I am
holding out extra Inducement to thoss purchasing
In that way. Just reoeived:
10 gross Brown Windsor Soap ;
10 gross Honsy Soap, large cake, to retail at 10
cent, and to dealer In .am proportion ;
IS grot Rubb.r Combs, ovary description and
price. BOLON PALMES,
f21 No. 36 West Fourth street.
Dx. Jolin aTevrett,
Wllili VISIT CINCINNATI, AND MAY
beconjulttdat the UNITED of ATE HOIEIi
Oh Tuesday, February 25, 1862,
FBOM 10 O'CLOCK A. M. TO 3 P. M.
N. B. No charae for consultation, nnleis the na.
tient Is treated. felt-a
CELEBRATIONOF THE 220.
B WORDS FOK OFFICERS,
bWOKDlS FOK BOYS,
DaVUM MAJORS' CANES,
Military Good Generally,
SUITABLE FOB TAB. OCCASION.
For sal, wholesale and retail, by
B. O. L. MUSTIW,
fell b' 06 Wast Fourth-st., opp. Post-oHlce.
33X8 . J. ROTH'S
Medical and Surgical Office,
ar 11 F fi R Tnnl Asrai.ffiTtrn wien
kind of Dleesse, such a Weak new. De
billtr. DfBression of Hoirlta. Diseases of tbe'a,va
i.u cam, titer ana recvoiai uompialul, Jtuplure,
. r. j .. . . . .
and all Diseases of
IB IVATK NATURE,
Oan obtain a rsdical cur Those who, unfor
tunately, shonld be afflioted with any disease, aud
wish to obula a radieal cure, and to eajoy g-d
health and l"Dg life should not UU to cail at one
at Dr. BAiTU SOvriOA,
No. 52 1-2 East Fifth-street,
BET. SYCAMORE AND BBOADWAT.
Office boar, from a A. M to 8 P. M.
N. B. All Oxniniunication stilct: privat and
LAD I E S,
gave from 25 to 50 Per Cent.
nratKMB riAKD time" by vvueuA-
M. It octaof onr aaoarb HOOP-SKI UTS. w
a ak tb niost lashlr.nalv -shaped, longest-wearing,
SHV IN lUf VUM UUVrUI 1U Ul 1J,
. Queen City Hoop-tklrt Manufactory.
: W at every hoop to each row of tape th whol
irnsiQ or m aut, iprevai any puasint aiaar
T. WHIT1I0RE k CO,
I. W. coixr Foorth-trt end Cntral av.
fATOTICK -JAN RADKISON, OF TUB
XI city ot Plusbura: aitd State of Puii.ylrauia,
is notified tbat SAMUEL 1. OiBKIaON did.
the Hb day of January, A tl. Is!, Al bis petition
la tb oOioeof tl.e lark or the (.ourtef I'ouiiu
Plea, within and for tbe Oouutv of Hamilton a
Blale of tihtu, ebarglng that tha said jane Oarrlsoa
has been willfully obeeut froai said Saotual T Oar.
rison (her hi.oand) for mora than three rear
at, withoat uet caas,aaA avkiug tbat h may
aivorrea rrom sum jane arriseni wuioa petiuon
aviil Und foe baarlag la aaid Court ix weok aftr
tU. date baiaol. etJlKLT UHslu,
By J AS. ttuYLE, hi Attoruty,
Jaanarr PA. IMI.
Aiso deiwsltlou to b read In th sbove aaus
will he Ia!
ken bi th plaintiff, at tne nmoc or a.
Oliio, ob the loth day of March, lafil, betwe.a th
-cpara or atgat uilMk A. as. un it r'uot r.
jail IF Attarmey far Saawat t, QarrioA.
The Hero of Fort Donelson.
A correct Llkenen, from a Photograph.
THE BANNER OP GLORY,
An Ansel preeenHnu the American Flair to Otort
Whlnton-a beautiful design, printed In 0 -lor
and copy -lighted, to preyent them frum Mealing It.
A beantlfnl deilgn, from" a drawing oa the spot.
Tb Volunteer taking hit fepartnra from home.
" The Girl I Left Behind Me,"
Beautifully printed In color-.
A tew Comlo InTelope, by .Frank Beard.
"Tlio Oo.xkxx Iiro."
Price of Fnyelope, from S3 60 to 93 50 P"
UNION VARIITT PAOKAGI8,
UNION WRITING DESKS,
Of every kind, at tba loweat price.
FLAGS I FLAGS 1 FLAGS!
Tarion ilwl, at low prtcci.
fetO-f IT K ART FOURTH-ST., Cincinnati.
TO THE UNKNOWN I1KIH AND I-K-GsL
rerrenetitntlTeonf Sarau Mtrgaret Keneer,
Ymi are hereby untitled that Wna. F. Hati.einian,
AnminiPtrator ci tne eateto oi piepuen iver.rer, uu
ceaeed, on the 14th dy of February, if62, tiled hj
rjtltion In the Probte Oourt, within and for the
ounty of Mercer ai d Btate of Ohie, alleging that
the personal etate ef id decedent is innutllcleut
bis estate; that he died soiled In fee simp eofthe
followtnir described rent e.'ate, auuaio in iu
. . M n .
Forty throe acre ontof tbe mth-wevt corner or
the norin-aesr quarter oi eeotiun miuniei wu v' ,
townsnip seven uu sown oi wgw un,, , -.
tbe unknown heirs of Sarah Margaret Keneer hold
the next estate of iuberitanc therein. The prayer
ofsa'd petition Is for an order of ale or said prem
ises, foT tb payment of tbe debt and charges
Paid petition will be for bearlnt-on the Wth day
OIAiarcn, .nu, cw-. ;tfKIMS; '
Admlnlxtrator of the Estate of
fe20-fPAcWy Stephn Keneer, deceased,
SAFEST AND CHEAPEST
SYSTEM OF INSURANCE.
TTIF INM'BED RECEIVE ANNIT At.liY
TA PKKCKNT. of the Net Prodis, without in
curring any liability, In th
Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co.,
NEW YORK CITY.
- - $300,000.
This CompaDy ooatlouee to Insure In Olnclnnttl
and virinity. ftB sbe baa done f r the nii.t 8EVKN
YF AHS, on as favorable terms a ether rgsponsihle
Geo. Carlisle, Fan , Hon 0. D. Cjffln,
A D. llullock A Co , Doyle A Oo.,
Springer A Whlteman, T. O. Hltcholl, Ztq.,
Stedman, Carlisle A Sbaw.
JA8 LORIMBB GBAHAX, Presldsnt.
X. A. Stanibvrt Secretary.
O. OWENS, Jr., Agent,
Office, No. 14 Public Landing, Cincinnati.
8TATFMFNT OF Tn CONDITION OF THE
AIRTBOPOblTAN FlBRlNSUUANOB COM PA
N V, of New York, on the 1st day of January, A.
T. 1862, made to the Auditor of the Stat of Ohio,
pursuant to the Statute of that State.
HAMS AND LOCATION.
The name of this Company Is Th lnKTROPOLiTAif
Fiaa lNst'BANca Company, incorporated in 1652,
and located in the city of New York.
The Capital of said Company actually paid
up in cash is $300,000
Tbe Surplus on tbe 1st day of Janiurr.
lb6J.............................. 83 993
Total amount ot Capital and Surplus. $382,994 20
Amon t of Ca"h on hand and In
Bank 117,217 91
Amount of Gush in th hands of
Agents, and In course of trans-
Amount of United State. T retu
rn) Notes, 7 1-10 market value. 000 00
Amount of Leans on Bond'and
juuriguiitre, ueiu nm lieu ui
recoid on Unincumbered Keal w
Ketate, worth at least (SOO.IIH);
rate of Intereit. 7 ner cent 2t2.fiaa on
Amount of Loans on Stocks and
Ponds, payable oa demand, tbe
market valu of securities
nledaed. at least S28.000..... 25.000 00
Amount of other Misoellaneou
Items 15,700 09
Amount due for Premiums on
rollcle issued at Office 1,674 11
Amount of Bills Receivable for
Fremlums on Inland Naviga
tion Bisk. Ac i 030 no
Interest due and accrued, but not
yet pa) able..........,... 5,301 IS
Amount of Losaea adjusted, and
aue aua unpaia none.
Amount of Losses incurred and
In process of adjustment 14,730 .S
Amount of Losses reported, oa
which no action ha been
Amount of Ulalms for Losses re
sisted by the Company. ,225 00
Amount of Dividend declared,
ai d due and nnnaid None.
Amount of Dividends, either
cash or scrip, declared, but not
vet dne Nrne.
Amouut el Honey borrowed 10.000 00
Amouut of all other existing
Claim (gainst th Company
Total smout-tof Lo.se, Claim and Lla-
Tbe greatest amount luaurad on any one risk
120,000, but will not aa a general rule exoeed J 10,00:).
Tne Company has no general rule as to
amount allowed to be insured In any city, town',
village or block, being governed la this matter,
each oi se, by tbe general character of buildings,
width of strsets, facilities ror putting oat nres, Ac.
An attested Dopy of the Charter or Act of Incor
poration accompanied a previous annual statement.
no uepuaii is maae wnn any oiau.
8TATB OF NEW YORK. 1
City and County of New York, 00 '
jAiibs iiUKim a liKAllAM, President,
EDWARD A.BTANNBITUY. 8ecretrv of the M.t.
ropolitan Fire Insurance Couiptny. being severally
and duly sworn, depose and say, and each for him
self aays, that the foregoing is a true, full and cor
rect statement of the affiirs of the said Corporation,
and that they are th above desoribed oUlcsrs
JAMES LOBTMEB OBAHAU, President.
E. A. Htahsbubt, Secretary,
Subscribed and sworn before, ma. this IRth dev
January, A. D. laoX
shal. A Commissioner for Ohio, in New York.
On res or th Avditob or Btati,
OoLUMBUg.. labriutrr I. 166 i.
It is bereb:
ibr crtiflr-(i tut tu (urxotog u a cor
of tbe Statement of tradition of
m Iir4 laiurn(M GoniMnr. of
em of N
am York, in&dii to thii otlitM fur tii
lOPii.muu nuw oa uitjuereia.
HueoH my hand and leal official Ir.
. W. TAi Lit it. Auditor of 8Ute.
CEBTTFICTK Of AUTHORITY.
(T txpit m th 3UI day q January, 1301.)
- Aud no a or Btati'i Ornoi,
(Toluhbub. Jnnar?l. I6f7,
Wheekab. Th M ET HOPULITAN JT1
IN81KAB.01, COUPAKY, located t
York, iu the Btate of New Turk, ha filed
tlii oftloe a iwor a Btatement of ita conditieu, ai
by (he flrat eeottoa of the act "To regulate
luriureiice CkupaD.tfl not in cor Borate d hf the gtaie
of Ohio, pasixed April 8. 1W6 and, Whkkbab,
CoBOBxacy bae larDiahed the uaderelioed Baiiilaetorf
eviueuca iuii ii ia poeMMa tn at leaet une uua-
drtd Thousand Dollars of actual Capital. Invested
atacs. or in oonas, or in mortgages or real estate
wortn oounie me amount lor which th ama
mortgaged: and. Wbxbkas. aaid
filed in this oflleeawruten iustrumeut under It
Borate seal, signed by th rreidnt aad Set retary
threil, authorising auy ageut or ageuta of
Company in this Btata, to acknowledge service
root, fur and in behalf of aaid Comsauy, oonasot
luf tbat ausb sei vice of pruoesa shall be takaa
held to b a valid a If served upon th Company,
according to th law of this tr auy other State, ai
waiving all claim or right of arrvr by reason
ui h acknowledgement of service
Now, Thereore. In pursuance of the first lection
of the aforesaid act, 1, ROBERT W. T AYLEK,
A ad 1 lor of Stat for tb. St.te ol Ohia. do hereby
oertlry that said METROPOLITAN FIRE
itiBDBANOsf COMPANf , of New fork,
I uthoriaea to transact th buiiuess of
JuAuraLo In this Slat uaul th thirty
trst day of January, In the year Oue thousand
hundred and sllty-tkre
, la witness whereof, 1 have, hereaato lubaeribsd
my nauie, and caused th seal of urn
sbal. Mo be amxed, th day and year above writ
W'tea. . . At.. W. TAkLIB,
, i , . Auditor of Slate.
Full tower delegated to the nuderignd ta lasu
Polii ie and settl low for Clnslauatl aad Vlcia-iiy-Wilhout
O, O WJCNT, Jit , AOT.
DXIOX ENVELOPES, NEW STILES.
Family Sewing Maohines.
rttlCE, i40 AND CPWARD.
GROVER & BAKER'S
POUBLE LOoK BTITCU
Family Sewing Machine.
PniCK, HO AND 1-PWABD.
GROVER & BAKER'S
NEW FIBST PREMIDM
Fo Tailors' and Farmer' nw. Price, 913.
GROVER & BAKER'S
For Shoe fitter - Prlce' 50-
or EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED. SU
Thread, Silk, Needle and Oil Constantly on hand.
GroTcr & Baker 8. M. Co.,
69 WEST FCUBTH-ST.,
A. B E 31. ' S
American Elieumadc Liniment.
TPS FROFBIHTOK. OF THIS MM
SI NT will B,mr,t,M Hint it will cure UlleU
matlpm and Sprains. If it does not, the money will
be refunded in all case. If introduced tntu the
army, where ao much suffering now exUts, it would
cause thoupands to rejoice In a spee-ly cure. Try it
one. For laleat theOift Engine house, Sixth and
Vine-sts and at No. S3 llichmona-streer, neat
Dr. John KicrstccVs
Celebrated Geiman Salve,
A PFEFI1Y AND EFFECTUAL CURE
tm. for cakid, Broken ana lunaraea nreiisii
Burns, Scalds, Cute, Fresh Wounds and Bruiw,
v., SnrAa Mi. II. r,ipt,,it,(.les. White KwellinffS. Fel
nm (fir Whitlnwl nnd Tumors 1 and Will al'O be
found very efrcacious in the cure of Nenrelgit, Sore
r ye, Tetter, Corns, Facenche, and all other kind
p. innammaiory owefuuge.
H. 0. Cady. Fole Agent,
Depot-North east corner of Fifth and Walnnt.
sin , Ui otniiail, Ohio. Also, sola dv e, a
SON, Driigsibt, S. E. c:r. Perl ud Broad
IN ATTA CI1MKNT B EFOR1 V. F,
II ANSkLM ANN, a Justice of the Peace of Clo
clnbatl TownMliiD. Ilamilton Countv. Ohio. Abra
bam Kpxtcino vs. W. P. Davis and Robert Pattlson
kn?.Wn under the firm name of Davis A Pattis n.
UM Tne .OLU Ul tfnuimiy, inui, hi my fiinivuua stiiu
Justice isnlfd rn ord -r of attachment and garnishee
process, served on the Ohio and Mississippi Rail
road Company as garnishees, against the property
wl pfl-pt. r,r Hnliei t PAttisnn. for the sum of S3t 42
and the said canse is set for hearing on the ldth dy
of Alarcn, 1802, at 8 o ciocs n. m.
Fated Febrnary 6, 18M fe7-cS-
BOURBON WHISKY HOUSE,
NO. 309 MAIN STREET,
A FE"W DOORS ABOVBI FIFrH-STREET.
n A VINO OPENED A HOUSE AT THE
above location, fur the sale or 1I0URB0N
WHISKY, wholesale and retail, we would respect
fully Invite tbe public to give us a call. We keep
no liquors of any kind, except
THE FUSE COPPER DISTILLED B3UBD0N
Manufactured In BOURBON COUNTY, KEN
TUCKY, expiaisly for in.
BOYTB A EOAOH,
feI9 cm 309 Hain-st., abive Fifth.
BAH O AINU BARGAINS IN NEW AND
SECOND HAND trCBNITUBE-Oarpettogs,
Picture and almoet eveiy other kind of goods,
H. B SHAW'S New and Second-hand Furniture
and Geeoral Variety Store, No. 18 EAst Fonrth-st.
Furniture teatly Repaired and Varnished. t17-f
George P. Worthiagton,
AGENT FOR MILITARY CLAIMS
"Waahincton City, D. O..
HAVINO RETIRED FROM ONE OF
tbe Government otOces, In which he bas been
engaged for many year in th settlement of such
clatme,?now offers to prosecute aud .collect those
any kind that may be intrusted to him, inciudirg
those for HOR3K.8 and other property lost in the
S. service. PENSIONS, Bounty, Arrears of Pay,
Clothing and Subsistence
Refer to-Hon. CHB B. CALVERT, House
Bepresentatives, and JOHN D. MoPHEHSON, Esq.,
Solicitor of Court of Claims, Washington, D. 0,
IT 13 TUB BEST.
Extract or Tar and Cough Elixir.
THIS PKRITALKD PRKPARATTON
bas, during the past aeason, established
reputation as being one of the finest remedies
for the enre ot Cough, Cold and all affections
ot tha Throat and Lungs.
PBICK 30 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
For sale by tbe following Druggists and by them
Ja. S. Olasroe, corner of Fourth and Valn-sts.;
Wm. Sujder, Fourth and Race: Crowther, Sixth
ana teutrai. avenue; r.ierle, ruth and Central
avenue; H. H. Hill, Fifth and Race, and Bhuesler
A Chapman, Sixth and Vine-streets.
Also, in Covington. Ky., by
Bird A Manfred, Cbas. F. Fletoher, J. A. Avard
and J. h. Lee.
The Proprietors beg to call attention to the
named parties who bave used this Invaluable
preparation, and will cheerfully bear testimony
lis excellence, it win oe orserveu mat iney are
resident of thl city. Home testimony is the sesy.
James Rnmeley, 'J! 14 West Kigbth-st.; James
Brown, 17 Weut Fifth St., at George Suydams
boardii'g-hous J'honim Winter, U7 KUIith-nt.
Hamnel mills, 40 Fverett-st.; Oeorge Hall, 399
Vest Eihth-t.; Bebeooa Freeman .411 Kverett
street, and many other.
srsr Try a. tUe aud b convinced of It excel
OWING TO ISO-UK PECULIARITY
climate it Is a fact well kuown that bldne
and early loss of the hair Is beooining more
m- re prealent. Moved bv admire t relieve
defect in her x, Mrs. HILLY fc.lt has spared
pains nor effort In oonblilng too above Touie,
Confidentl recommends It, either for baldness
loss of the hslr from any cause. In a short time
aill Htrengihen the scalp so as to promote a nutural
aud healthy growth if the hair. It also dresses
hair btautiluily, rendering it soft, dark and aloisy.
MRS. ). O. II ILLY It 11
She ha th plesenre of referring to tbe following
ladle ot our city .Mrs D. Gibson, D. Taylor, 0.
C Hpencer.P.ier Keff, J. M. Nile, alf Wood,
Wilt-hlr. J D. Minor, W. B.Tolle, M Henchman,
L. M. Brn ve. Caily Kile, II. Ky, W M.
t'ammon.J. 8 Brown, Wray, Mr. Dr. Blackman
and Mrs Dr. Dcriue.
To be bad at BCIRR, ECKSTEIN A 00 M,
Ber of Fourth and Vine-sta. fe!5-x
India Rubber Outfits,
HUICM PONCHBS FOR CAVALRY OFFICtRI.
" OINTOHH TALMAS,
Dark blue (imitation of cloth) for offloan
TRLONU TOP AND hlldht BOOIS;
CAFS WITH CAPKS;
BUN NO LkOOlNOS;
. . . . , UAlUlTLItTtl ArlD GLOVES I
OFF1CKUS' FLNII COAT!
AIR BHDS, PILLOWS ADD OUBHIOKBl
TOLDINO COTS ASD BEDS J
BCBHEB BMOKINO PIPES
Together with a larg assortment of othsr article
suitaoi tor oaavp purpo.
. Are respectfully Invited to glv u a all.
AU flood aold at manufacturers' ario.
c BART & BIOEOZ,
INDIA BUBBIB DEPOT, '
No. 4 0 t Foarth at , on door wast of Walnnt,
del.- CINCINNATI, OHIO.
H KNITTING lONO.rAN APPBAL,
'Blto tha Patriotic Woaoeu of the rr,.-. -rr
North, ta wirk for UieHoldi.rs of i
Aiuiv. OomiMMuid bv aa Ohio Volu
tear. FrU. 2c. J u.t published by
JOHNOriTJUOH, jH.- ."
(1 tf M WAV)T FOCBlttatBT.
A Rhyme fbr the Times.
W deem It Important th pnblle honld kaow
Of tbat elegant or kept by P RRT CO.,
Where Gitlmea ClotWng In all style thyhow,
At the corner of Longworth and Western-row.
At Ibis noted .land of N. TERBT A OO.'S.
TheyY ellln so cheap their neat-flttlng Clothe
And they're cot tain topUvrs whoar prompted to
T the corner of liongwarth and Wetrn-row.
Th.assoilm.nt of goods ready-made In tVr line.
Of Pants, 'Vest, and Coat, to n.ak gentlemen flne
AndHhirt. Pr.w,r.,conar. vr.,..uV-..
You can jot cheap ror ca.n at a '
Ton wll' find these proprietor busy a bee l
With polltenes. and klndnc. tbey fail not to p ease.
From the be.t of aaterlal they mak. all tbalr
Cloibes j ..
And all who go bny at KPEBBT A CO.'B.
"We are Killing our Winter Flock or oa
out at cost. Glv us a cat soon. Also, Bey' doming.
ja2S X W. D. TtOSWlw. pusmcB
?B ABE PREPABFTI TO SECTH"J
V -,i H,,n w,.lnnteers or their heir for
Pension or Bounty Land grauted by the Oovern
iient. Parties who wi-h their claim, properly filed
bad better oan at our oujer.
No. TO Thlrd-st.
One or the Strongest Evidences
DR. AVM. HALL'S ,
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS
fa JUST WHAT IT IS B ECOIvIIHENB
Vri tn hA 1st hat All those WOO US it BDOSk Of
tlio grent betieBts which they have received. Whlla
ninny who hiive bad a most dislre-slng ooughre
c ived Immediate re ief. others, whoss disease had
still further advanced, the cough b.ing not only
haransirg, but tbey fo't a tlKHtnens aoro s tbe
chest, attended with a sharp puln, and what thny
raised was a rrorny rrarter, orien sirenaea wnn
Mo d. Dr. WM. HALL'S BALSAM not oily
cured the cough, but it soon telieved the pain in
the chest W bile others had not only all the above-
named symptoms, but hao, tn addition, ojin onius,
hectic fever, night-sweats, attended with great
prontration, and yet Dr. Wm. Hall' Ilalsm oaie l
them entirely. 1 hey now believe that if they had
not nsed it hen' they did, they would probably
bave benn in tneir grave. ,
BUT Dr. 11 ALL S U&I.S&91 IS lIASHAni,
FD to give EMIIIK fcATISFAOflON, or the MO
NKY WILL BR CHEEBFULLX BEFUNDED ia
every cafe. For (ale by
A. L. SCOVILL & CO.,
12 West Elglitn-st., Cincinnati.
Also, by Th-ngglst generally. tell-tf.
aoxxjvr xi. aTOTj'xrxi'X'g
WEST FOUBTH-S CBEET, UP 8TAIB3,
Machine Twist, Fccdlc?, fpool.
EMBROIDERY BILK, BADDLEB8', TRAM
FRINGE AND SUBUEONS' SILK. .
Fpool Silk end Sewing in 100s, Blaok and Colors,
Linen Thread, Poekage Sewings, Black,
For Tailor' use,
aToxrjxr n.. xxxjjAj-TjEir.
ATTORNBT-AT-LAVT, ! ' ": fig.
FFICK-J5 WEST THIRD-STREET, JJ
de- (Evans Qo.'a Bank Building.)
Cincinnati Insurance Company.
." " Established in 1829.
CAPITAL, PAID VP S13,0w0
and ' , ; .
BUB.PI.l7g, JANUARY 1 . 834.1)00
Office In Company's Building, 4 Front-it
CONTINUES TO INBCRB AGAINST LOSS OB
DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Perils of the Sea and Inland
John W. Hartwell,
Ira Athearn, '
A. S. Win. low,
8. 8. Bovle.
J. W. Canfl.ld,
James A. Fraaar,
John W Ellis,
8. N Pike, . .
Bowman 0. Baker,
Q. S. WUliama,
Davia t. Woodrow.
Chaii. W. Rowland, ,
R. M. W. Tv.,v..
m JOHN W. HABI WBLL, Priida
W. Williams. Secretary..
LIFE IXSLRAXCB COMPANY
OF NEWARK, N. J.
PROFITS DIVIDED ANNUALLY AMONQ TUB
During th fifteen year he ha acted (or thl Oonu
pany, th undersigned ha paid to citizens tliu.OM, L '
mostly to widow and guardians ot orphan children, '
more than half that sum In profits to polloy hold
en, and a larger amount Into the Counly Treaaurr
for taxes than any other Foreign Injur anc Coat- .
pany represented here.
For pamphlet, or any Information on th uh
ject, apply to
JOnN V. HARTWBLI.,
JaM No. 4 East Front .
Are not to be excelled ai
a Stomachic aud hog
DlQIh 1 1VK uKJANS.
The.e Bliters ar 'not
offered to the public a A
nieuicin which "ill onr
all the "Ills whioh ttesk
Is hlr to," but as a Ha.
meulal Agent, a groat
Regulator of the sy.tem.
They ara oompowd of
powerrul R.ts A Herbs,
which render them high,
ll tonic. Thou who wish
an articl tor removiug:
-symptom ot Dy.pepsy
can u e nothing better.
, For Ion of appatit aad
want of inu-oular eu.rgy
they have, most ravir.
iryiug en.lf we only
ak a tihU. i we know
they will ,v aatlafao.
; tion. ForAate by Dru
jf gluts everr -where
ru. w. huuagk. f re.
priotor. t Bast Fourth.
treat, Ciuoluuatl, Ohio.
OI KKPFR'S OLD STAND.
Bf . TROIVftv.
v bOH, Umbrella, rarasol aud Walking
Manufactory, No. 167 Matn-st., between Fourth,
and lifih au., Muclnuatl
Rspairuig promitly at.
A SLIGHT COT,
wi lloarseuossor Bore Thi
wnicn aiignt be checked
Iiuipl remedy, if neglected often
ermU-aie seriously. Fw ar
aware of tn Importance of (top
ping a Cough, ar "StlQHI
COf P," in ft. flnt tsge. That
wblth, In tb beilnning, ould
yield to mild remedy, If not at.
tended to soon atiai ksth lunar.
BsewN i UaoacuiAi. Tboobss" war first lntfw.
dnaed eleven year ago. It has bean proved ibat tb.r
ar tha bent articl before the publlo fur Coujasl
Cods, BaoauBiTia, A.tua, Uatabbh, th Hacb
ikOLoyou In CiiUDsniua, and niuuerous Alias
tions ol tbs Throat, giving immediate relief.
Public Set. us. and Siaasaa will Bud th.aaf.
tartual ror clearing and strenatfaening the voloe.
Holftl.VAM ln..!.(. ...J I . ... L. -. . . -.
. k, VT 1 kl;rB"" BWa S VVI, H iynoine,