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Among the topics churning dissuasion wllfrbe The relative power and jurisdiction of the Fed eral and State Government; tlic expansion of tev itory, revenue, finance, education, industrial chools, postal telegi*aph, postal ; savings banks, uilway and canal transportation,3 life, and fire, nsurance, river and harbor improvements', the mblic health, reforms :in the pillie service, an cl Jie.esta^i?bmeut..of equal civil, aiirl ^olitic?? ?ights; ?n these and kindreti snbj*>?t? ^CHE Hfir '?BT.TOTOII aim to convey rendible information, ?xcite thotigbt, and induce " Action. * Upe writers tor THE REPUBLIC have been, clecteil fj^an anjong those whose sagacity, j?dg? iient, and^energv were thourpughly tested m the ?ecent 'jpoUHcal contest; ami their napteai are vitHieW n?w, as then, for the solo reason that hey prefer snec?ss -rhfoi^i feasdn, a^iimcnt, the merit of their piwlrictions. 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Lee stands beside the flower strewn grave over which hangs a weeping willow. lu tlie distance is to be seen a beautiful landscape, hills decked in verdure,"clouds as na tural as real ones, and many other things which make this picture a gem of art; one which should hang in the parlor of every Southern home, it is without a rival the sw eetest and most touching ly beautiful engraving before the public. A copy of this beautiful Khgrnving will be sent, by j. mail, post-paid to every person sending 50 cents for six mouths subscription to THE SOUVENIR, A large eight-page paper, with 0,000 circulation, devoted to Literature. Poetry, lloma ace, Senti ment Wit. J!timor, ?cc, Address J". O <S?> W, M, BURROW. Pu?LisiiEas.-BmtoL Tenn, PROSPECTUS OP :0: The GEORGETOWN FLAUET isth? name of a first class Weekly Newspaper, which will be started in Georgetown, ?South Carolina, the hist of the present month, by JAMES A. BOWLEY & Go., 'Editors and Proprietors. 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No pains or expense *ill be spared to make the PLANET alive newspaper^and as it is the only .Republican p per in Geo.ge town tJounty, or even in the First Con gressional District, it will endeavor to sup ply a want long felt in that portion of the State, lt will contain the latest rews, not only ?f the County and the First Congres sional District, but of the State and the country Jt will have a regular corres pondent, in Washington and Columbia and by every means possible make - the . PLAJSpT such; a Family Paper a? is need ed ii^^e^House?oid.^: p % - Terms-iBTarfeM) ia advance -$2,00 a year. Agente wanted in every County, to whom a liberal per centag: jr?il? be allowed for obtaining subscriptions. Address. A superior Wtvkly Family Newspaper d 'voted to Ch? ist ?ai; (liiiC' S. L ieratmt^ Science, Arts Poli!ics, ;md Vite Pia0're>s oi'-Civ* libation, ?ny R; H. 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JANUARY, 3 S i o 4 lead ARK ENDORSED AND PIW^CRTSTSD RT ?.;Or.S lug P?\ ??c?an* thnn azt/ cthrr Table or Scia* ?lanfBow i-A i:<--.* TV'r-o A SURE P?EVr.ryTIVE, For F?rer and Aguo Intern. :::??nf s Tiiic:u.i2?t and ?tl dis orders arising from miliario?:* fa*t?o?. Th<,y ar? hi;j:::v r. ? ?mmend?d as an A??TI-DY? PLi'TJC, *sJ la C?S< s cf JN:.-i GESTTON are rx VALUABLE. A? c:i ?PPRTIZEt? sad L!. CCPERANT. and incal? *f Gr::.7.:: DLT.?'.LTY Gey ?ave never?as ?ingleinstance failli iu ^rodud:.-j tue m?,?t nappy rcsfilt*. Thrv sreparti.rTjIa^ic BENEFICIA JL TO FEXAI^S. Strengtheningtne bodr, in* isrorntiog thoz??ud, ?xd tivlig tune aad elasticity to the *! ?/;?.? ?>>tcra. T*e HuME TEF.S arccoin pomaded, with the greater-t ofcarenan J ?o t.i:. lc stimulant has c\cr b?-fcn* . ? o?T?-rcd to thc* puldie ?o PLEASANT T,0 T?iE TASTE : at'ihc ?amo liase roskhill lug ?O many remedial agi-nl* ondorfd hr tKo m edi * . 1 rr .terr.? tyas-the bc*tl:nr>* ri t:> ll.;: I* . .rm:.co;.trji. Iico?:< bat 1*> tleto firctiim af ?rtri-l. awl ? ' Every Family Should Have a Bottle Nojfreraratioa in t:te *ond caa prt*iucc so-snany ua/jua i? Bcd endorsement* br physicians of >hc very Lignit ?iimdiag lu their ??rof??.?j T?. * . Endorsed ?Uo by thc CJUr?y cr.d thiXfziih-j denomina tional paper*. REV. WJ?. ii. RASCOCX. th>t-Mcst M?-tLodi-.t erinisteria St. Loui.?. says tho Kom<? l'.i'^r v. - :. ..-.t?r.: i:t. ting ia tue restoration <-? i-y strength, -ud aa iucr*+*t ot apatite* ' OiS?onx Mo.. June 25.1S7?. Persons greatly debilitated, as I have been, iud who rcqui-e a TOXIC cr STWULAXT, need 5?e3c for novhins b-.-trer th.'n tho Homo Bitters. S. V. CO IT, Presiding "Rider M. F. Church. PlaitsbwTg District. VsrrxD STATS-? MAKINS Il<?srrrAi.. > ST. LOCK M<?.. OCT. ?. 1*70. J JAVXS A. JACKSON A CO.- 1 hare examined thc formula f r aakiag the " Home Stomach Bitter*." a:?d used ttj?ia ia tbij hospital the last four uuinths. I consider tatra tha mott vile able tonic and atLnuuuit uow rn u?e. S. H. MELCHER, Besideat Physician ia charge U. ?.'Marine Uostp?t?L JAMBS A. Jaca^ox it Co.-Gentlemen : A* you have com nuiaicated to tho medical profo^iou the recipe of the ''Home Bitters," itcannot, therefore be considered as a patent me icine, no pateut haTing been taken for i t. We have examined the formula for making the" Home Bitters.'' and eab"?tv tingly say tho combination i* one of rare excellence, all the articles used in it? competition *re the be?t . ' th'; clas^ to ?w?tichthoy belong, being h'shly Tonie. StitmiLtu: Stocuicbic, Carmiaitlve, an I slightly Laxative. Tho E: "ie ci rrepu/iug them is strictly in. accordance *kh the rules of pharmacy. Haring used thein in oar private pneti? c, vrt taxe plea?urv ;a reeomm^nding them to ali perd?n-* desirous of taking Kilter.*, as being thc best Tonic and Stimulant now offered to the pub lic. FRANK G. PORTER, Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, College of Physi cians, and late member Board of Health. * L. C. BOISLIXIERE Prof. of Obstetrics and. Diseases of Wemen, St. Louis Med. College. DRAKE MCDOWELL, M. I>.. Late Pres t. Mo. Medical Coi lego. E. A. CLARE. M. 1).; Prof. Surgery, Mo. Medical College and late Resident Physi cian City Hospital, St. Lonis Missouri. HERBERT PRIMM. Prof. Practical Pharmacy, St. Louis Co?ie.*o cf Pharnucr. J. C. WHITEHILL, Ed. Medical Archive?. Au. HxacocK, M. D. Dr. C. V. ?. Leyine, C. Omets, M. D. S. GXATZ Monza. M. D. C. A. Waas, M. D. W. A. Wncox. M. D. E. C. FRANkLiN. M. D., Prof. Sorgerr, liomoeoratbic Medical Ccllegc. T. J. VASTINE, M. D., T. G. COMSTOCK, M. D., Prof. of 3?id wi ferr and Di?ase ? of Won eu, College of Homoeo pathic Physicians and Surgeon*. ^OHST. TEMPLE, M. D.. Prc t .Materia Medina and Theraupectiet, Eomccopatiic Modi? cai College of Missouri. - JXO. COXZLEMAS, M. D., Lecturer On Diseases of Children, Honiceopathic College of MLxoari. CHARLES VAST?NE, M. D., Prof. of Phys?ogy. Qoc?ceopathio Medical College cf Mo. JOHN HARTMAN. M. 1>" Prof. CUnical Medieiae, Coi. Homoeopathic Physicians aad Sum's. They are superior ?o ali other Stomach Bitter*. EX>"0. SANDERS. Analytical Chcmiit. Ko Bitten lt tibe world can>x.v4 them SIMON HIRSCH. Analytical ChcmUt. Eminent Fhysicjass^ of Cbiea^ro. The formula for the Hom ? Bitters ba* been *ubmit:e ? to u?, aad we beliere them to . be the b-?st tonic and stimulant for gestera! ose now ?Sered to the public. H. WooDBuxr, M. D., G. A. tfsTtnro, Analytical Chemise E. S. HAHX, M. D., B.MCVICAS, M. D., Kent's. S. BAWx>?, M. D.f E. Lcnnax, M. D., JAS. A. Com?, M. D. . Jia. V. 2. Baa-vrr, M. D. Prof. Chemistry. Rusa Medical College. J. B. Waiicra. M.T)., . T- S. Korxx, M. D., Tao*. Ie. ?ua, M. D.f J. A. HAHN, M. D. Emiih?ait Physicians in Cin?lm^ati, Nearly all of ?hom arc Professors ia one or the other of the Medical Colleges, i ?o other Bitter? hare erer been o&red to she publie ?sa* T>racia* so many raluable remedial agents. L> A. Jaacx^ M. D.. S. P. Boxxaa. Jt. D., O. W. Bunuca. M. D.. J. J. Qn??, M. D., IT. B. Vcoowau?. M. D. R. S? WATXt, Otfrnist. G. K. TATLOOT D., 1?. If. Maur. JL D., S. B. Toaaxsxo*. X. D. J. L. Yarna*, M. D., C. T. Socrac?r, M. D., C. S. Mcscaarr, iL D., W. T. Taxuarxxa?. M. D., J. H. Bccjursa, M. D., G. A. Doonarr, M. D., C. WoonwAxn, M. T>., ; D. W. MCCARTHY. M, D., R* H. JotOMOX, H. D. Eminesit Physicians in 3?einphis; The Home Bitters arc-aa inrajnanlc remedy .?or tndigcaaca and diseases ?riding from malarial cause?. G. B. TnojdfTux. M. D.. ' . . ASaac Eaaxuta. M. D., ia charge of Citr IXoxptt?l? T H. R. HOOGS*, M. T>., J. M. Roocaas, M. D-, Txvu Ontr, M. i>., H. W. PtntTnyMw D., M. A. Enxrxac, M. D.? Sasnsoan BILL. M. Jo?. E. Lraot, M. D., Entinen 11'l&yKiclans in Fi ?sb ersrb; B. P. DAKE, M. D..- ^*?. Cuovcxs, M.D., W. R. Cmtna. M D.. D. H. ?Taxa^>. M. D.. O. WSTH, Chemist. J. H. McCtKiaw, M. And Hwn<ire<?>? of Others la all paru of thc North. Wo*t and South. J. E. Ganxxa, X. D., MHwaukct;. Cotxctu4(av ?TH. Mar-hir:. ?>T?. JAKXS A. Jxaaovk Co.-Havmg examined^efcrmulaoTih ** Home Stemaob Uittrr?."' ? k?\ wt** avv? t?rm iu m> ? r--c tfee for some time, and pronounce them the t>e>t T*?ck Riiurs aov in usc. P. IL MCMAHON, M. D. fj^For alert r all cruggho* and rrucerv. 1 unes A. jackson ?fe Co., Proprl?iorau ' Lahratorr It^and N. Swcwad Su, St. I^uia ^Ttaw* uri.