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nn.raa ii.t, ncirt ivuntn, n ; TT1B CTWC1WWATI D-K8M COMPANY. r. airmt-Asr urn i t tim tTtriT, a rtw toous silow rorT. TBIJJ&ftDAY.... .....ruHKU 13 To Correspondents. W ar conatantlj in receipt of commnnl Cktloni with do reepooiib'a lignatare. Thii will account to tome fur the noa appearance oftbjlr article,. Wt aiff-j-f desire ths au thor' i name for our own eatiefiction, not fur publication. Kentucky Legislature. The Kentucky Legia amre, in conformity with its order of adjournment, met at Frank fort yesterday. The cession is expected to be one of great interest. Whereabouts of Gen. Beauregard. The Nashville Gazette ut th 4 h tust.ijyg that General Beauregard arrived in that city on the 3d. He wag to have left for Bowliog Green on the 4'.h, and was to go thence to Columbus. Fort Donelson. News from Fort Donelson is now expected by every dispatch. The newt fiom St. Louis to-day leads us to believe that we shall not hare the particulars of the attack on that place until to morrow. There is little doubt bnt that the attack by oar troops will be Stoutly resisted, and we shall not be sur prised to bear of bloody work in that quar ter. A repulse of our troops is not beyond possibility, though that is something we are not expecting, and trust that we shall notbe called upon to record pnrh a calamity. General Price. A. letter from Kella, Mo., to the St. L?uis Republican, dated February 11, says a report reached that place the day before that Gin. Trice bad been largely reinf jrced from Lou isiana and Texas, baviDg now 44,000 men that be bad planted seventy five pieces of artillery this side of Springfield, where be intended to make a stand, and that he had sent word to the command r of the Federal army that be would give him teu days to come and take him, and if our Genera' failed to do it in that time, he (Price) would come and take our army. All of which is decidedly doubtful, and must be duly weighed before accepted. The reports from Springfield were various and conflicting. One was that Price intended to fall buck, on the approach of our army, to the bridge ou James' fork of White " Biver, six miles south of Springfield, where be would give battle, and, if overpowered, retreat to Forsyth directly southward. The Gunboat Expedition up the Tennessee River. The Fort Henry correspondent of the St. Louis Republican, in bis letter of the lltb inst, gives some further particulars of tbe late Gunboat Expedition up the Teunesiee River. When they rtached tbe N wuville and Claiksville K nil road Bridge, they found the draw closed. On the o'her g'dc could be seen a rebel steamer, tbe Samuel Orr, and a little tup, both under full rteam, etiikavor. iDg to escape. As soon as the draw could be opened, pursuit commenced ; a shot being fired, but falling Bbor', tbe lug proved too swift, and was soon out, if sjght; but the Orr was fast being overtim ed, when the rebels set fire to their vessel and abandoned it. As the cruise contiuued, similar scenes were constantly enacted steamers were pursued, abandoned and fired by the crews. One toat, tbe Julia Smith, was parti -illy loaded with ammunition, and when fire reached tbe hold blew up with a terriole ex plosion, rocking tbe Conestoga, which was close behind, violently. Timbers were hurled hundreds of yards. Six s'eamers in all were destroyed by burning, when capture became inevitable. The Tide Turned. Tbe news received within the last forty eight hours is of the most cheering character to the lovers of the Union. The brilliant Mill Spring victory of a fortnight or more since, is followed up by tbe taking of Fort Henry, with a comparatively small loss, and the movement of our gun-boats up the Ten nessee River, where the Stars and Stripes were not only received with exclamations of delight, but the true Union men shed tears of joy at again seeing tbe old beloved banner. By tbe same flatb of tbe telegraph we hive tbe announcement that the rebels are evac uating Bowling Green, and rapidly falling back to Nashville, where it is doub'.ful if they make a stand. A little la'er we have the announcement that the Burnside fleet has achieved a glorious success, in the cap ture of Roanoke Island, and tbe taking of thousands of prisoners. It really seems as though daylight is breaking that treison is about to receive its reward, and lav and order and Constitutional Liberty once more established. We really trust and believe that these movements and successes are only the begin ning of tbe end. Tbe tide of rebellion has reached tbe culminating point, and now let the waves flow back like a mighty torrent and overwhelm all these who conspired to inaugurate and perpetuate this deplorable and unnatural war. We expect to see mere bloodshed doubt less thousands more lives will be lost more desolation will be spread over some of the fairest portions of the land which God has blessed with tbe best government ever de vised by man, but the right will be main tained and "tbe Union, the Constitution and tbe laws" will be sustained throughout the whole area of tbe United States of America. Tie experiment of man's self-government will be proved Eucreesful, and a government of tbe people will be demonstrated to be stronger than any other. Tbe Secessionists Lave evidently reached the end of their tether. They have attempted to overturn a Government of the people, but tbe people have turned upon them, and will crush tbem and their arrogant pretensions. It matters npt who Is President, or what is the Administration. These are but tempo rary. They are changed every four years, at tbe will of tbe people. If tbe wrong man chould be chosen for one period, or a cor tupt Administration should be placed in power, tbe Constitution provides) an oppor tunity for the people themselves to correct these errors and evils; but the Government Is permanent. It exists through all Admin istrations. It Is superior to all parties. It is the symbolized and organized power of the -whole people. It can not be destroyed ex cept by the people, from whom it emanates. Tbey mad it. They alone can change or annihilate It, The efforts of a miserable cabal of ambitious men to seize upon It is futile. The people will defead it. ajd they will punish those who attempt to subvert it. The attempt at subversion baa been made. Tbe punishment is begun. ' Let it bs con tinued UDtil the blood-bought and glorious filais and Rtripea shall again wave In all j'rtr of cur prce bcsu'.ifrjl and bpjy land. A Young Hero. Samuel Byron Brittan, Captain W. D. Porter's Aid, who was instantly killed on beard the United States gunboat Essex, by a shot from the enemy on tbe occasion of the capture of Fart Henry, was tbe eldest living son of Professor 8. B. Brittan, for some years connected with the periodical press of New York City. On the fall of Sumter, young Biittan manifested an Intense desire to enlist as a private soldier in the Union army. But bis father was unwilling, owing to his son's youth (seventeen years), and the latter yielded to parental advice. Subsequently tbe situation of Master's Mat was offered him by Captain Porter, of the Etttx, and with the consent of his parents it was ac cepted. But a few days since his gallant conduct and efficient services were the sub ject of honorable mention in Captain Porter's official dispatch regarding the action at Lu cas Bend. Merit—Not Party. While a member of Congress was urging the appointment of one of his friends, Secret tary Stanton very kindly replied: "I can make no more appointments from political influence or personal appeals. The appoint ments in the army must come from the ranks. I have tbe cases of a number of widows,, who have lost their husbands in the army to at tend to, and as they are most needy, and their wants pressing, they will receive my earliest attention. As for the few civil posts in my gift, I shall distribute them among tbe poor and meritorious soldiers who have been crippled in defense of their country's rights " Railroad Contract. The Sandusky Rtgitter of the 12th instant learns tbat the preliminary contract between tbe S. D. and C. toad and tbe 0. and T. road, in relation to granting tbe latter company permission to run its trains between San dusky and Clyde, over tbe road of the former, signed come two weeks ago by the officers of the two roads, is likely to fall through. The directors of the S. D. and C, whose ap proval was reserved, dissent, it is stated, to several conditions of importance. Rents in Philadelphia. A letter from Philadelphia, speaking of the rents in that city, says : " Persons owning real estate in Philadelphia, and living on the same, have a good rent on them, as the taxes are enormous. Tbe bouse I am now living in rented last year for $500. I now pay for the same house $180, and rent out a portion of it at that. This $180 scarcely pays the owner, yet he thinks himself lucky tj have enough to pay for taxes, water rent, &c. Cows and Wives. The Van Buren County (Mich ) Tribune tells a story about a "trade" which took place in Deerfield, when a Mr. Lovelace of that township sold his wife to a Mr. Dodge for a five-year old cow. Mr. Dodge Is living with his purchased wife and Mr. Lovelace is living with no, we mean he keept his cow. Mrs. Lovelace-Dodge must have been effectually cowed when she consented to such an arrangement. Capital Punishment in New York. The Judiciary Committee of the Senate of New York have introduced a bill dividing the crime of murder into two degrees; the first to be punished by banging, and the second by imprisonment for life, or for a period of not less than ten j ears. It further proposes tbat arson sball not be punished with death, except in cases where life is de stroyed by tbe fire. Th railroad bridge which tbe victorious Tennessee Expedition has tiken po83es6ion of, on tbe Tennessee River, is of the railroad which connects the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, by way of Bowling Green and Ruesellville, Ky., and Clarksville and Paris, Tcnn., with tbe Memphis and Ohio Rail road, at Humboldt, Tennessee. It is one of the most important lines of rebel communi cations in tbe West. Our occupation cuts off tbeir railroad between all their positions in Kentucky, Middle and Eastern Tennessee and the Mississippi, except by the way of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, south-east to Northern Alabama, and then west on the Memphis and Charleston Rail road to the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, a very roundabout way. J. IIoLBaooK, for a long time special agent of tbe United States Postoffice Department, died at Chicago, on Friday, after a lingering illness. He was tbe author of Ten Yean Among the Mail bags, and for the last two or three years has been engaged in the publica tion of The Mail lag, a journal devoted to tbe progress of postal reform. Gkkeril Stonb has been arrested and im ptisoced in Fort Lafayette, charged with treasonable practices. Would it not better accord with the eternal fitness of things to arrest Simon Cameron, aLd have a searching investigation of his conduct as Secretary of War than to give him an honorable mission to Russia? Tna Toll do Blade says: "Yesterday was Fridtty, and the Ohio Legislature, to recruit a little from the severe burdens of four dayi labor , hit upon the happy expedient of ad journing over till Tuesday again. This re laxation, together with tbe $28 they get for four days' work, muBt make their onerous duties quite bearable. The Lafayette Courier says the War Da partment, after a due consideration of the unfortunate combination of circumstances which compelled tbe resignation of General Reynolds, bas acceded to bis request, and by nvail be was duly notified of his honorable discbarge from tbe service. Tub New York Tribune says Mr. Secre tary Stanton will rigidly enforce tbe law of advertising for every thing tbat tbe army requires, in papers having tbe largest circu lation, without regard to locality, and award contracts to the lowest bidders. A van went into the Albany Express office, the other day, and wanted copy of tbe paper. Tbe price being two cents, he proposed to take only one-half of the sheet end pay one cent! He said be only wanted tbe war news. Tbi Richmond Examiner 'ttji that the "sporting men" of that city have subscribed $50,000 to be need in efforts to secure the election of one of their number to the Mayoralty, at the ensuing election. Tbi Ohio State Journal and the Cleveland Herald have been selected by Secretary Sew ard as the papers of this State In which the laws of the United States will be published, ' by authority." Tbiii will be a rush of women toward Washington at once. The fair sex will be excited beyond measure to know that female clerks are to be appointed in the Dead Let tcr CC U lead and selurit lUia The President and Secretary Cameron. The correspondence between the Presi dent and Secretary Cameron relative to the resignation of the latter has been published. Under date of January 11 the President re fere to awlah previously expressed by Mr. Cameron to resign, bnt states that be had been unwilling to accept the resignation until It coald be done without misconstrue lion, which was then the case, aa Mr. Clay, tbe Minister to Russia, had expressed a wish to return borne, which gave the President the opportunity of tendering to the Secre tary this position, with the assurance of his undiminished esteem. Under tbe same date tbe Secretary accepts the post tendered him, thanks the President for this mark of esteem, refers eulogistically to the energy, vigor and Intellect of his suc cessor, and states his belief that the mighty army of the Union is now ready to do battle for tbe Constitution under gallant and ex perienced leaders. The Arrest of General Stone Makes Gen. McClellan Sick. The facta brought to light in General Stone's case, and the necessary action conse quent npon tbeir discovery, have greatly effected General McClellan, both in body and spirit. Visiters who called upon ; him on Monday learned that he was confined to his room, with his physician in attendance, and were consequently excluded. The following paragraph from the Washington Republican is worth quoting: Our readers will be more gratified than surprised to learn that General Stone has been arrested, and is now on his way to Fort Lafayette, Laving left Washington in the five o'clock train last evening. Tbe immediate cause of Stone's arrest is not yet publicly known, but those who have watched his course from the beginning will be at no loss to account for it. The sins of Ball's Bluff are vet to be atoned for, and when they are, tbe blood of tbe gallant Baker can never be washed from his skirts. Stone Blockading by the English. Notwithstanding some of tbe Ensrlisu iour nale effect to be horror-struck at tbe idea of tbe United States blockadiog Southern ports by sinking vessels filled with stone in the channels, it is a fact that during the War of 1812. tbe British naval commanders on Lake Cbamplain according to Cooper's History of tbe American Navy attempted to fill up tbe harbor of Otter Cieek. by sinking several vessels laden with stone. Tbe authors of thiB project were bir James Provost, Lieu tenant General de RoHeuburg, Major-General Brisbane, Bines, Robinson and Powers, and also Sir James Yeo, tbe commander of tbefuet. She did Bink ships in tbe Savan nnh River in tie War of Independence, and nothing but tbe difficulty and expenslveness of tbe operation, with its uncertain result, was ureed against the proposition made bv Admiral Napier, to do tbia in the harbor of IObslrtidt in 1854. lbe lngnsb Uovernment also attempted to blockade the harbor of lioulogne in 1804. Troops Moving Tbe First Nebraska Reg. iment of Infantry, Colonel Tbayer, left for Psducah and tbe Tennessee River, vester. day, on the steamer White Cloud, the reg ime-! is rommanaea oj ;oiunel inayer and numbers 800 men. A full regiment of cav alry, the "Curtis Horse," numbering one thousand men. weie daced abjard the steamers lannibal. Continental aod G. W. Graham, and etaj ted for Fort Henry, Ten nester River, direct. There were also about five hundred mere cavalry, consisting of email detachments, belonging to various regiments now in active service. Altogether tbey were a fii.e luoking body of men and horses. A battery of artillery was also sent a!ot g wi'b tbem. Tbe tioata were all loaded to tbeir utmost capacity. Tbe Third Iowa Regiment (eavalri ) took rail for Rolla yes terday morning. They were fully equipped, and will render efficient rerviue wfjarerer tbey may be called St. Louit Republican, ICth , Drpnk i th Sbkatk. We bad hoped tbat tbe last of the drunken Senators took their exit from the Chamber with Wig full, bnt it seems that McDougall, of California, is a full match for the Texas sot. A letter to the New York World, describing tbe scene when the vote on tbe expulsion of Bright was about to be taken, says : McDougall, of California, being drunk, as usual, atump'ed to ma lie a speech, and failed, as always. He was very drunk; so drunk tbat even tbe official reporters will bave bard work to make English of the few uncouth sentences which rolled from bis lipa. Three thousand people knew he was drui k, and I see no reason for not recording tbe fact in tbis letter. It is a pity that there can be no expulsion from the Sienite for out rages of legislative decency. Buffaloes in Ohio The appearance of a tau,e buffalo in Cincinnati has led the editor of tbe Iron ton kegisltr to speak of tbe last of tbe race of wild out s in Obio. The Register states tbat tbe last one killed in Southern Obio was about sixty years ago; all disap peared to the West wirbin a few years afcer tbe first white settlements. Tbe late Rev. John Kelley shot a buffalo in Lawrence Ccunty in 1803, and one was killed in Scioto County in 1802. These were the last in Southern Obio. Tbere were some in North western Obio for many years afterward. Gat Lira at Washington. Secretary Cbase gave a brilliant party on last Thurs day eight. Tbe Hutchinson family were present. Tbe song for which the singers were expelled 'torn tbe camps was warmly eDcored. Among the persons present were Carl Scburz, Senator 11 owe and ladv, Ex Governor lioutwell, Mrs. General McDowell and Mrs. Governor Andrew. Speaker Grow bad a reception on Friday evening, and there was a "bop" at Willara's. Saturday tbere were several Irrge dinner-parties. A proposition for the gradual emancipa tion of the slaves of Delaware is to be made in tbe Legislature, providing fur its entire extinction before 1872. This movement and tbat in Western Virginia for tbe same ob ject are tbe beginning of a process which is soon to sweep slaves from all the ii order States. Chicago Journal. No ouUide rows to your cornfield. No more "Border States." Tbe editor of tbe Joliet Signal wants his subscribers to send him bogus dollars, if tbey have got cone ot tbe genuine kind. Peoria Union. In like manner is the Signal just now en gaged in advocating bopua Democracy, be cause it has "none of the genuine kind." Chicago Journal. Evf iiD Oct. On Monday morning, when tbe Fifty eighth was preparing to leave Camp Chase, a soldier beloogiog to that regiment concealed himself in a pile of straw, tor tbe supposed purpose of deserting. The otder was (ilven to fire the straw, which was done, and tbe fellow came forth speedily as Lorenzo Dow's "devil" did from the flax box. A young man wbo applied at a recruiting station for enlistment, was asked "if he could sleep on tbe point of a bayonet," when be promptly replied by sajinir. "be could try It, as be bad often slept on a pint of wnisxy, ana tne kind tbey used in ISroos. ville would kill further than any shooting, iron he ever saw." Bipples. one of the jolliest members of the cratt, on being asked if be intended to en list, replied tbat be was tbe noo'eil band in tbe world to stop balls; he never touched even a nan-ball bnt it went through him, His determination to stay at borne is fixed, A correspondent at Franklin, Mass , writes mat iub uunuei maawacioriee are oeing put in order, and almost every train of cars brings vonng ladies to renew their old fa milial WMk after a long vacation. SPLINTERS. The Legislature of New York is about to appropriate one million of dollars for in creasing the defenses of New York city. To what does the government owe its sue oess in money hunting? Ardor in tbe Chase. ' . ; A young nan, who has heard of the Mor gan contracts, wants to know if any of the Secretaries at Washington have got any sisters left? He would like to got a chanoe as brother-in-law down there. A gun that throws an Iron shell (wo miles, is fully entitled to the name of a cast iron gun. The British Minister at Paris receives 10,000 per annum. Dr. A. P. Miller, Postmaster at Chilll cothe, has been removed, and Theodore Sherer, Esq., appointed to succeed him. According to Professor Agassis and the Florida reefs, the world is 24,000 years old. Herschell gives three hundred and forty five miles as the greatest known distanoe to which sound has been carried in the air. The car shops of the buffalo and Lake Huron railway were burned on Sunday. Loss $20,000. A Paris tribunal has deoided that photo, graphs are now works of art, and conse quently are not protected by law. The Hon. Richard Still well, XL. D., died at Zanesville on Saturday last, of paralysis. He had resided in Muskingum County since 1PU8. The Rebels considered a bayonet charge by Federalists as a splendid joke. They went off at Mill Spring fast enough when tbey saw tbefoml. Accounts from Europe state that up to the middle of January the weather in the south part of France bas been quite spring like, -.very tbing is green, and thousands of orange trees are covered with fruit. Guy T. Doan, Esq., one of the earliest settlers and ablest lawyers of Pickaway County, died at Circleville on the 4th inst., at the age of more than seventy. It is the general opinion in England that the Warrior could steam past all the defenses of New York and bombard that city at its leisure. The skaters and skateresses got up a mas querade on the Union Skating Club Pond in New York a short time since. The fun began at six P. M., and lasted until mid night, and is described as brilliant. Henry Coffin, Esq., formerly Superintend ent of tbe Memphis and Charleston Kail road, has taken the Superintendence of the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. Theed, the sculptor, took a cast of the face of the Prince Consort after his detth. The Queen wanted only a cast of the hand to be taken, and it was some time before she would consent to have the cast of the face made. Tbe Duke of Cambridge is about to re sign his place as Commander-in-Chief of the liritibh army, on which occasion be is to be created a Field Marshal. Henceforth the office of Commander-in-Chief of the whole army of England will cease to exist. The army telegraph now consists of over one thousand miles ot wire stretched through tbe different camps, from the headquarters of General Hooker on the left, ruuning to ward the right wing till it reaches Hancock, Md. The Association of Chaplains at Wash ington have passed a stringent resolution condemning tbe conduct of some Army Chaplains, who. have brought disgraco on tbeir calling, and who were appointed by grossly improper means. The remaining vessels at the Brooklyn Navy-yard belonging to Commodore Port er's mortar fleet, will sail in a few days to the place of rendezvous. About half of tbe fleet has already been dispatched thither. Telegraphio communication to San Fran cisco, which has been interrupted some time by floods in California, was resumed on Thursday. Late letters from Salt Lake City state that energetic efforts will at once be made by tbe Mormons to be admitted to tbe Union under a Btate form of government. Alfred Fry, the Congressman, speaks en couragingly of the exchange of Corcoran, and says lie will have lam and his compan ions out of prison in ten days, time. The Grand Jury of Cortland County, N. Y., the other day gave the opinion that grand juries were entirely useless append ages of courts, creating heavy expenso for no purpose. The Montreal Mot complains that deser tions from the English regiment quartered in that city, have become very frequent of late. Nearly all Of the deserters, on reach the United States,' join the Union army. A bill has been introduced into the New Jersey Legislature providing that me chanics and manufacturers shall have a lien on the goods and chatties of employ ers, provided the same shall not exceed one year's wages. The rebel soldiers in Tennessee have bad their wages raised to fifieen dollars per month. The paper in which they have been, and are to be paid, however, is worthless, and tbe "rise," therefore, don t seem to avail anv thirifr. HOME INTEREST. W A. A. Inns, Clock!, WatchM and Jewelry, (to. 271 Central-avenue. Uaah for old Ooli and Silver. SPECIAL NOTICES. tVT K. d A. Muona-Uio. lit', m 1.AM. 8T01.K will dollver an A'l.ireai V iiiun tne Life and iMiuractir of our Uto 7J Br. ther, O. M. bPINCUB, at the Huon o w ' 1J.II LL I 1.. V V I ' V 1 I .. . " . . . .-nil, uu r uil. i .(Miinu, reumftry 14. hi 7 ... .n.'ui'iu wciuwil tU UVq . I It HI I U K are reepecttully invited. leu b AHTHO LOOY. -3a.AL.l l-KHWINH WjHIIIINn TO eaVtZE ki-'-w their tuture proertrct. imtr htve them correctly listed b M DA Si K A L W 1 N. at N... 1 A biih-t., between Main and aycainore, where elie may be consulted on ell mtttera concerning loie, tuarri&Ke, c urtr-hip, law mailer and buiuea aflaire. and will tt'U the name of the 1 dr , r gentle man they will marry; alao, the name f her viitit in. CoiiBuliatlt'D fee rtduced to kuil the times. La dtee, fiO centt ; gentlemen, $1. fel x l-3,FiefTlA.K PflYAlCIAtt.- Tl ttf. VTU K1KO, M. D.,orTerborfrice ai Phy-eii-ian and Accoucheur. PtttiuuU buaided. If re quired, -evidence, VO Wade-atreet, between .lohu aud Cutter. no'JS-tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE COPARTNERSHIP HKftBTO frOBB exieting between Pearaon aud Oynu Kiuwy, under the firm ol P. A C. K1NSKY, U thit dav dis.oited by mutual conavtit, 0. Kinney having old out hia eutlie iutereat in the buaiuena to Pear. louKiuiwjr. I'YbUB hlrtKV, PKABSOM KliSieT Cincinnati, February IS, IMS. feis-o COUON'S SPLENDID MAP -Of TH1 Southern Stixtes, FOTTR AND A fltIP FEET NTJAKE, fcutteu uiilee to the tuott, abowiug evry t wa nd tillage ; all tbe eoaimon toade a' d rat roadaj eey liter, creek and rivu'et ; the whole ot, from Hew JeiMiv to Tesaa. In, IlKllnf all lhal.a.a. Iul U, Inland) and lund-b-u distinctly Md down Uauttluily colored iu eountea and male. Price i, in portable aheet f rut, folded. A LBO- Man of Ka.tein Noith Carolina. Scale, eiviu luiira to iuo men rrioe 91. 4D of Virulnia. eaiua tea1 Price Bl. A I SU t.t lata Man of eerh of ilia Ry.nlliara rltatea, includteg Ke lucky, Tanneuue, Vlrgima, taige Map of Kentucky end Tenueaaee. ft So. A great variety of W ar Mapa for eale bf B. MENBBNBM.L. MAP POBLIsBEB, He- tftT Mala at., above foarth. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WAR CLAIM'. U. S. PENSION AGENCY. WB APR PRKPAHKD TO ) It CURB all clatma due voluntoera or their helra for Feneiona or fJonntT Lend granted br the Govern ment, I'aitle. who wlh their elalmi proper! Sled bad better call at our office. BARRY fc niLT,, fell No. 76 Thlrd-.t. HOOP-SXZXRTS. TDK I, A PIES TET, IT TITAT TUB only trouble with our Hkfrts la that they hut V 0 long. They never aeem to get out of order : and It the ceuld rtily be protected from the Boot aod coal-'Diofce of the olty, it would never be eoeHiary to but a tew one If there waa only a poasibility ot waahlt'g them they would last forever. Come aid examine our elegant atock, -AT THE Queen City Hoop-skirt Manufactory. T. WIIITMORE A CO, 8. W. corner fourth-atreet and Oentral av. . ffetai Masquerade Costumes. MR. rfAWT,F( METTNBR, IX THE German Theater, corn"r of Vine and Mercer, eta.. Invitee all who want Maeynerade Coatumes to come and tee hia assortment You can get there altnoet every atyle t t t'oatume, from the Knight to the aon of tbe Alpe. Pricea to soil the timet. rfetl-xl CONFIDENTIAL. T1I. BTUARf At cn. TdoTote their undivided at en-'.!-. tion to the tretaint of the following dineriRne, vis: Gon orrhea, Uieet. Mricturci. Su phi I is, in al iU forme , Sjw inal TVa fVM, Tmpotfnct, He, and they always encoded in curt g the mo et casr-,. aHhnuKh many of their put lent had Minght relief from every other Bomoe. and to maey iuntances had bt eu given np to die. Three who have contractei duratie honld maka inmediite applanation, m by tbeir im proved Ireatmei't tbey re enabled to cut ahort re cent caat'B in a very nhort time. Young men who bave injured themsolrefl by cer tain necrot habit, which unfit them for basinest picture or the duties of mnrried lite; a so, niidile 8it;d and old men, who, from the follies of ynmh or oilier causes, feel a debility in advance of their yettis, before placing themeelves under the treat nieiit of hi y one, should fintt consult Dr. S. A Co., and have a cure effected by their new and mutch le-Bienudy which never fails in effecting aipeeJy aod ivdical 1 ure D- 8 A Co are agents for Jlf. ta (' Trtnoh Prevent ire Powder, by which those wiihtng to avoid an incteue of family can do s j without dan ger to health or constitution. Trice 92, Alo, for Ma1n.e Ollnl'd Female Monthly Pills, a safe and effectual remedy for I regularities, Obstruct lens, etc. Vav ion - 'Iti'fte Pills should not be used during pr gnency, a mlscar'iaae is sure to follow. Trice f I. The pills and p wders ent by mail. Persons at a distance wishing to be cured at home with pertect secresy, by sending us a description ot their caee, cu Dave medicine to any prt of the ctuntrv, Ir-e fr m dnnReraud observation! with full bdJ esp'iclt directions for uso. ' onKult tion may be held from 9 A.. M to 9 P. M., at their office, ro 1 3 fast Third-st , between Main and SicaujL re, upstairs, opposite the Heurie ttouie. Hecresy inviolable. Uon't forg. t the name and pae Address UH. CHAS A. STUART A CO., feft-x - Cincinnati, Ohio. f!l ATTACHMENT -B EFORE C. F. BAMS,' 41 ANN, a Justice of the Peace of Oin CMirtaii 1 aiirtliip, Hamilton County, Ohio. Jobn K Kooth of Me i in boat Li ertr, vs. James Hamp ton end li?.a Hampton. On the 17ih dav of Decem ber. Ihfil, totid Juctke 'HMitdan order of attachment in ire i.bovecsf forth'- emu of f lt5, against the foopertt aid eflecnt ot defendant; an . naM cause w set for ..taring In-fore eaid Justice on the Idth day of February, le6. at 8 o'clock A. M, JOHN K BOOTH. By S. F. BLOCK, bis Attorn. Cincinnati, January 7, 166.! ja9-cTh Rhubatb Wine If- PHfBNTII TO TOR PFBT.Tf? AH pnNntng tare medicinal (.'lalitls. While it p-Hisses a I -eiuy of flavor and delto-cy of tuste, it partakes lagtil of the properties ot the rhubarb rout. In kood fn of intii-'e-ttiin und ommtin ... tfon ol the bowls It i- ao high y prized when used for itenera' debility and weakn'-s. Physiciaus giv it Uin preference over other wines, and use it iu ihefr pf art o- Hi Kb. ly prized by ladies in a dl icete and iftNrtii.iz oudftion of health as a aafu ai d agrfeable laxative, fold by uaviuhoin a uuu., urnggtsrs, (.HuRcesnors to Q. M Dixon,) feft Market pla-e. N. K cor. Ftf h aud fDafn-sts. 3T T X O XI AIL KIND OF fclNPIVQ BIRDS til lllfi t at d Hold ut No 1 9 Hixth.itt . hruroan Ms in atiu Walnut. felO bm rn KMTTHO MONO -AN APPEAL til thtt Patriotic Wnmnn nf ilta j- Mii'th, tn w, rk for tbe Soliliers of uurlVtV WVf 1 Aimy (Vmpnavd l an Ohio Voluq. rT"? teer. Frice, 25o Juat ptibliahod bv " JOHN CHimCU, JR., ' felO tf ti WK8T FOURTH -8TR-'T. EXCELSIOR, IT 13 THE BEST. Extract of Tar and Cough Elixir. rmTifs TTNmrai.a-n pnivimtrni -1 I1 an, during the past aeaaon, Mtai.li.he I it rrpuinuuii a. iieiiiK one 01 me nneat remni'S ex tant for tbe rnre ot Cougbi, (JolUa and all ailociiona ol the Tbi oat and Luuga. fK'OK 50 OKSTi PER BOTTLW. tor aaie by the following DruggiaM aud by them oniv: Ja. B. Glaacoe, corner of Fourth and Maln-att.; Win StiydiT, Fourth and itacej Orowther, Sixth and entral avunuo; liberie, Fifth and Oontrel avmue; 11 U Hill, Fifth and aoe, aud Hhuealer 4 Chapman, Slith and Vine-atreeta. Alau, In Covington, Ky.,by Bud & itat.Cred, Chaa. F. Flotoher, J. A. Avard and J. h, L, Tbe Proprietor beg to call attention to the fol. lovina narn.d par'toa who have naedtbta invaluable prrparation, and will cheerfully bear testimony to it excellence It will be observed that tby are all realdeiita of thfa city. Home testimonv la the hkit. Jamea hamHiey, 'XI i Meet Hllilh-st.; Jamea ISri.un, fil Weal Fifth at., at Ueorge guydarne boardit g-hous. Thomas 'Winter, 467 Kluhth-at. .nn.uei mills, 4W KTrtt-iit.; (jeorge Hall, :!) Weet Kiguth-et ; Vebrcca Freeman J JCrerelt tmt, and many other.. Tiy l-tle and Ik convinced or ita excel lence. feJ-tt Private Diseases Crasn in tub hhortrkt pohi. 11 K time at the Cincinnati Li.ck Hoapilal, No. 7(1 third attest betl een Walrmt ai.il Vina with. out tbe uae of Mercury loaa of time or change of dit-t 1)R STEVENS, from the hoapitale of London, Pari, aud Baltimore. I. the diNCverer of the only cit,.iu abd reliable remediea for dttieMf.of a nri late characte r, liy hi. .pedal experience in tbia nuch i ealected branch of nia-tlml ii.innnn hn i. eii-bled to tuarantee acure tu the moat complicated h.cei.t caaeaof Gonorrhea or Syplill.a cured tn a few data, without chauge of d-et or hindrance from liuBli.tiia Hom,dary Hyphilie the laat vestiue eradicated without tbe une ot Mercury. Involuntary loMea of emeu stopped In a abort time. Itiuir rera tit I- Inonmt etency. or loaa of sexutl power, restored t.. full vigor iu a lew Weeks (jiett orUouorrliua of InTig atHiiliiig, where all internal remediee bave fai ed, permanently and apoedily cured by a uew treatment. TOUNO MEN ' It'juied In b dy and mind from the eff ete of self. sLu-e, with piematuie pains In tbe head hack and lituta nervuua cough, gene at bodily latitude, niorh a deip ndency and aversion to BOC'etr, iu ability to concentrate tbe niMiiory and int -llect, ar. trrated for Ilyapep-ia, Oonaumptlon or Liver Oom piaii t.ano through the ignorance and erapiriclsni of other, or a tan-e delieacr of tbeir own, drag out a nilterat.lt ei iatence by iufrartioua of tbemjat im p-'tive yet simple lawa tf their being. I)itene. peculiar tu femalea treated, at A (JUlllt ULAM'tvl) IN A LL CA9S3.r Per.ni, a at a di-taLce, by inclosing . poatK. iu p ana addressing DB. HTKVBNa 1 1 0 , U .x tyU, Cincinnat', O , mat receive prompt treatment. I tell tf J Toilet Goods for the nolldays. TOILET GOODS MAKE TERY PBSTR AHI a Cbrl.tinae and Mew Yaav'a Pru-tiita. being Fncy, Veifui aud Ornamental. I bave mow .. w, .11'. VOIIUIVUIII, i utl a food assortment of e.ery thing in the Una ; Fin. Handkerchief Perfumes j Oils and Pomatums for the Hair) Satchrla for Perfumery Drawers, Ac; Fit. Hair-brushes; Bhell, Bern and Bubber DreaafDg-eomba Obeli and Bubber Tuck Combs rin. assoitm.at of Pocket Outtary and Bolsaorti Tooth and Bbalnf -brushes; China Bhavlnf-iniujrsi Hand mirror.; duavlnf mirrosa; Pooket-Booki; Fit e Toilet ooapa; Fin. Puff boxae. And I eipect to reel br Bx.rst to-day aa as tor.m.nt of Odor-boxaa and Gentleman'! B bar lag Cane.. SOLON PALM IB. ' i Maaufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, tut . . S Weeiroarta-rt.' mm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GEOVER & BAKER'S N1W LOCK-STITCH Family Sewing: Machines. FRICB, I0 AND UPWARD. GROVER & BAKER'S DOUBLE LOCK STITCH Family Eewing Machines. FRICB, 40 AND I'PWABD, GROVER & BAKER'S mw fibst raiuiDM Slinttle IrXaxeliiiio Tor Tailors' and Fannera' nie. Price, 843, GROVER & BAKER'S Shuttle Machine, For Shoe fltters..,MM - ............Price, 830. T EVXBT MACHINE WAEBAHTID. "wtt Thread, Silk, Needles and Oil constantly on hand. CroTcr & Baker S. II. Co., 68 WIST FOUBTH-ST., jaW-cm Cincinnati. DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS, FOR THE CUR. OF CONHriWPTIrtN, Decline, Asthma, Bronchitis, Wasting of Meh, KiBht.BWf ats. Hntltinff nf Itlonil Honniiiff (V,irl. I'llbcultr of Bn.thln', fiolda, Cough, influenza, Phthisic, Pain in the Side, ana all Hiseases of tbe LaLga. $10,000 Reward IS OFFERED FOR. A BETTER RECIPE. It contains no opium, calomel or mineral poison, and la aafe for the most delicate child. Pr. HALL'S BALAAM strikes at the root of the disease at once; aod such ia ita eperdy effect tbat any one using it freelt , accoiding t directions, tor twenty four or forn eltiht hours, and not entir ly satisfied with ita merits, nay return it and reoe'Ve back his money. Ihe most distressing cough is tre qui ntl) relieed bv a sing e doae aud broken up In a few hours' time The afflicted do nut hive to tike bottle after bottle b f ie they and whether tbia rerotdt will afford relief or not. Call on the avn and get a pampYet g atle. The treatise on consumption atone is worth the price of tbe medic ine You will find ceitlHcatos of physi cians in t incinnati, and of orhera whose car, s have bein.flecud here at homo, v, hi re thtycau be found. Important Caution, Posnreandask for Dr. WJf BALL'S BALSAM FOKTUki LLNtitt. Let no other article be palmed upon you. It ia lor sale by A. L. SCOVILL & CO., 12 West Blghth-st., Cincinnati, Also, by Druggists generally. lell-tf Pensions, Bounty Money, Bounty Land. R. B. STEPHENSON, ATT0KNEY K CLlMiNT3. REVOLUTION A aY, NVI INViI.II aud Half pay Pensions, Itounty vony. Bounty Land and Arrears of Fay procured for thoseentitle l. Prompt attention given to all requests. Addiess h. II. .TKPflltNSON, Aforney-at Law, fel-bwD,W I4M Walnnt-st., olucinnati. joxin in. HTjsri-JEiri, ATTOBNJK.-AT-L.AW, . CINCINNATI. erncK-73 vest thibd-stbxct, deS- (Evana Oo.'a Bank Building.) Cincinnati Insurance company. Established in 1829. CAPITAL, PAID UP 8130,000 AND SURPLUS, JANUARY 1 ......831,000 Office in Company's Building, 4 Front-st COH TIN U 9 TO IN8UB1 AGAINST LOSS OB DAMJB BY riBK. Peiils of the Sea ard Inland Navigation. directors, John W. Hart well, J. W. Canflold, Vm. Keeor, James A Krazer, JraAthearn, John W tills, James l.uptop, f. N. Pike. A. B. Wiiiklow, Bowman O. Biker, S. 8. Hone, David T. Woodrow, O. B Williams, Cbas. W. Bowland, R M.W. Tylor , JOHN W HsKlWBLL.Proildea 0. W. Williams. Secretary. MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE IXSLR WCE COMPANY OF NEWARK, N. J. ASSETN OVER 91,000,000, rBCFITS DIVIDED ANNUALLY AMONG! Till ABMObED. DurlDf the fifteen years be baa actod for this Com. pany, tbe undersigned has raid to citizen! 1120,000, mostly to widows and guardian, ol orphan children, more than half that sum in profits to poliey-bold era, and a larger amount Into tbe County Treasury for taxes than any other Foroigo Insuiance Com pany represented ber.. For pamphlets, or any information on the sub. joct, apply to . JOHN W. II ART WELL, ja28 Ko. 4 Kant front it. QONRTITUTIONAL UlSBASES BtMINAL WIAENISS, IMPOTKNCY OB INABILITT, Dlst-asea of tbe U R I N A B V O BO A N8, And IMPOBK BLOOD. How many thousands of men and women ar. ther. who ar. at this tim. Buffering out a miserable exist ence, or from tbat pernicious practice, self polutlout Look at th.ir pallid, emaciated and disfigured lace., and tbeir broken down oonatitntiona, 4iaqoaiifyiag them from the happiness of marriage, or the bdjot ment of life. In this horrid situation thonaandaauf. er, until death cloaea tb. scene. Let parents, guar, diana or frtet de attend to those who at. euffering with any of those horrible, life-destroying maladies, see that they ar. cared for, and cured bef. re it be too lata. Bead them Immediately to Dr. J. KATES, Bo. 193 Sycamore-street, first door below Fifth, street, Cincinnati, Oklo, a phyaiclan who baa mad. priete diseases bis especial study for M years, aod who ia oertain to core th. moat In Tel .rate cases, without MKBCUBT OB ANT OTUIIt INJUUI OUB DBU08. It is Important to those afllioted, or to thow wbo are iateraauMl in th. welfare of th.ir frienda, to be careful of th. many raarsanxn poo toss, who infest all eitiae, publiabiug tbeir great skill in curing all diaease ia a few dajl, Imposing poa th. publlo by using th. name, of emlLeut physician, from Kurop. and other places. Be, therefore, careful, and make itrlct Inquiry befor. yon risk your lite, or you may fall Into th. hand, ol these charlatans. N. B. Dr. J. KATB8 wiH attend big patient, parsonally, and can be round In bil .IHc, No. 1)3 Brosmore atrect, first door below Fifth, front t o'clr rk In tb. nornbua until I 1b the .renlug All I oealdeatlal, oll U NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A Rhyme for the Times. ' W. deem it Important tbe public ahonlit know Of that elegant ttore kept by PBftBT A CO., Where Oei tlemea I Clothing tn all style, they show, At the corner of Longworth aad Western-row. At this noted stand of N. PIBBT A CO. '8, They're selling so eheap their neat-fitting Clothe And they're certain to ple.se who are prompted tog To tb. corner of Longworth and Western-row. Tb amoitment of goods ready-made In their Una, Of Pants, Vest, and Coats, to make gentlemen fins' AndPhirta Drawera.Collars. OraTataand Half hoaa Toucan get cheap for cash at N PBIBTA OO.'S. Ton will find these proprietor, busy aa bee. ; With politenes. and kindness they fail not to p'eeae. From tb. beat of material they make all their Clotbea ; And all who go bay at N. PEBBT A CO.'S. ' ttw Wo are aclllng our Winter Ptook of flood f out at cost. Give us a eai soon. Alao, Boya' ClothiagV j ja?3 x W. H. THORNTON, Bnslneaa Manager, j ff LFEPFR'S OLD tTAND.-lTl. TnOJlM j M'N, L'mbrella, Parasol aud WalklnR OHne. Maniif.rtory, No. 167 ktuin-st., botween Kourtki VV ' and fifth .la., Klnelnuati. Bepalring promptly at. k ' tended to. dcjl-fia "e I COHDAOF. -300 COILS MANILLA Kop., assorted sizes; bti colls Jut. Bope, aa aortcd sires ; luoriozen Htmp lV-d-cords. For sale by JAS. A. FKAKlt CO., ) tel - 6 and B8 Walnut at. iTIPTV OITOAR HOOSnEAD'. -fJOO M i enipty oak Bugar HoffNbeads, in good order for packing purposes. For sal. by JAS. A. FBAZHin A CO., fel 66 and 68 Walnut-si. f7XTRA rODFIrII AND MACKEREL. Is in arums eitra large Codlish; 23 urla. extra large No. 1 mackerel. For Bale br JAS. A. FKARR A CO , fel 60 and 03 Walout-et. FINE HAVANA CIGAKt, FINE If. VANA CIOABS-Just rsrelved, direct from Havana, an importation of no (Kio choice Cigars, comprising In part the following faTorite brauds: Figarros, Lcsdcs, Otrhajsles, Flor ds Mayo, ViU .w Londrcs, Bosa. Santiago, Paul tlorphy, -spanolas, Preusades, Sultanas. I. a India, Ntoolianea, Ac, Ac. Connoisseurs are invited to an inspection. For sale by JOHN BATES, fi3 National Theater Building, Sycamore at. RKIrlOVAL.-WE TAKE PLEASURE In anncuni Ing our remoyul from our old stand, No OA Pearl St., tb the large and commodious store No 34 West Pearl St., three doots east of Walnut, north side, recently occupied by Knhn, Nettnr A Co , where we shall be pleaded to tee our friends, cnnroinera and tbe trade gcnerall ftd CHABLE8 C. D01IKRTV A CO. TVOTICE.-THE OWNER OR OWNERS ."l i,wo. trjets of land, purohaaed from the i iinm pibtcs oy certtneates or entry, numbered S7,7lli and 87.711 ; alao of a military bounty land warrant, Bo. 70,AJ, may hear ot something to their adntge byaoarrsslng a letter to Box i.'tttS. l'ort'Qflice, St. Louis, Mo. fe7-f JOHJNT II. aOTJVHT, ra WEST FOl'RTH-SrBKlT, CP 8TAIB3, DiaLIS in Machine Twist, Needles, Spool Cotton, IMBROIDKBT SILK, BADDLIB9', TBiM FR1NQX AND SUBSEONS' SILK, Bpool Silk and Sewings in 100s, Black and Colors, Linen Thread, Paok.go Sewings, Blaok, For Tailors' uso, , . 33y tlxe Ommo. foO-cm BSWOBaWS Good News at Last. THE NFVFR.FAIUNO Drt. RAPt AKL li the belt, tie succeed! when all other huve failed. ALL WHO ABE IN TBOUBLI: All who bare been unfortunate, all whose fob hope have been disappointed, or untied and blasted. ail who have been nnduced by frUitf promise ana deceit, all wbo bave beeo deceived and trilled with all go t" biie fur advice and to gtt natisfaction He maker yoor misfortunes pans away, be maket the slander and envy of your enemies fall harmleM, and he aiistalna yonr character and renpectability, In epite of evil reports and rumors. All who ai 0 fa doubt of tbe afleotiunn of tboee they Ure oodmiII bin. to relieve and aatiftfy tbeir minds, and to find out If tbeir blight and warm hopes will be realized. IN LOVK AFfAIKS HB NBVEH TAILS, Be has tbe sorret of winnitiv the afTectlonn of the opposite sex He guides the sinele to a wealthy and h tippy man-faff, and makes the married happy, Ilio aid and advice have been solicited in Innumer able iiiHtaucos and tbe result has alwats beeo To make thing, more sure, he will show yea tb liken? of YOCU FCTURC HUSBAND OB WIFB. He will tell tou their rireuirwtances and their fu ture prospfcts; and, what letter than all, be can tell yon tbeir thoiiKbtn and what their ' real" in trt tioi K Bie. Whratis better Utill, he can toil yoa il tbey will make you happy. A SPEEDY AND HAPPY MAUUIAGR. Tr. Huphael fa, therefore, a sure dependanoa. To all in buMneas bis advice is invaluable. Ha can foietell, with the ereatent certainty, the result of all cr-mmerclal aud businesa transactions and speculations. Dr. Raphael interprets dreams fbr lottery numbers with uufailing accuracy MORE GOOO NEWS, Dr. BAPHAKL will cast your horoscope or writ vonr nativity. Kvery man, through the fentli and brffiriihof tbe laud, w!m has had bad luck, and whocen not get on in the world, fthould be fn pom sr-imlon of bis Horowcore and get Mr Uaphael's. WB1ITEM OPINION OF HIS FDTUBH FBOS PILOTS IM LI K. Itwill guide you to wealth, eminence and honor. Thousards of good men- who were unfortunate aad Ui.nuccetiBful in their buiiness men who worked hard, and who struggled against ad vanity and mis f TtHne tbe greater part of tbeir lives, and who found, the more they tried to get forward in the world the more things went against tbem tbe men got Dr. Kuhuelfs written opinion upon thlr future proHpectM in life. All thoee who wisely M lowed Dr. BaphAel's advice are now filCU, HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL In all their undertakings, while thooe who were blinded by prejudice and ignorajca, neglected his advice, are still laboring against adversity and pov erty. Be auured. WEALTH. EMINENCE AND GOOD LOOK Are within the reach of all. If yon wish to b rich and happy you will consult him a Iuo GOOD NKW8 FOR Tllifi AFFLICTRD. He bas tbe gilt, and can tell the attlicted th en use of their ditene and suffering. He can al tell whether they can be cured or not, thus savittf the atHfcted both trouble and expense. CVpUHiilttttious daily, Sundays excepted Hfllte hours from 10 A. M till 6 P. M. All interviews are strictly private hod confldea til. Iherefore, we nay, go t nel go all t aad consult Consultations daily, Sundays excepted. A 11 interviews are strjet ly private uud confidential. Therefore we say, gb one I go all I and consult I) a. RAPIIABL, The A ST BO LOG E B aUhe NlNETKEMTUOen tury, tim. 59 Kitat Flfth-atreet, Between Sycarocre-et. and Broadway, Cincinnati, arVYben yon call, ask for " Th Docto-u" itwill prevent mistakes. Price reduced to unit the timea Terms lfti Fifty Cents; Gentlemen, One Dollar. Perttoni at a dintance may communlnate, COHF1 DKMTIALLY, If letter, if they inclose One Dollar, fvr coni-cltation tn. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC Dr Baphael, the AHtrulogor, bas no connection with Paoraasos. Ktiphael, or with auy other gentleman of the sains) name. U lm-Tu.Tb&Hat MILITARY GOODS! India Rubber Outfits, MEXICAN PONCHBS FOR CAVALRY OFFICER!. OINTOPH TALMAS, Daik bin1 (imitation of cloth) foroffinara f KLONO TOP AND K1IKBT BOOrS: CAPS VVITU C'APtS: ' 1IMNU LKIKIINOS; ' ' OAUM TI.ICT8 AND GLOVM; HATKLOOErl ; COW JfOLIIINO COTIi AND BICDSi liUlllilCH SMDK1NU PIpRS: (JLOAR8 AMI OAPK8 ; KLA8TIO fltTKBBfe t og.ther with a larss .saortmsnt of other art loie. suitable for cao.p puraoae. BUTZixans Ar Kespeclftillr InTltcd ta (lr. aa a oalL AU Goods sold at uanafactur.ra' price. BABT & BICKOX, INDIA BUB8EB DEPOT, No, 49 ast Fourth -tt , on. door waat of Walaat, dl. OINOINNATI, OHIO. A JHOBT COT.D, COH OH, .wt. Hoarseness or 8or. Throat. ammw whii:b atiitht Iw checked with a siujpie ruuieur, tr neglected utten teroiluatea seriously. ,'w are J war. u iu. twporiane. or atop pinf a Cough, r " S L I U 11 1 Cori)." In it. Ar,t ir... Th. whirh. Iu th. heaiiioin-. wnnla yield to a mild rsiueily if not at teudidtosoon attacks th. Luuu.. "Hiown's BRoncHiALTaocHis" war. first Intro. flnel .lev.n yean ao. It has basa proTed that tb.r ate the but article oefor. the public for Oo.uhs, Cuii)., BaoncHiTis, Asruaa, OiiasaH, the H.i a lacouuu la Cossumfhom. aud numerous ASa. tli;n. of Hi. Throat, airing I m media I relief. Pv.Lin 8rtsKsaa and SiNusas will Had them af. factual for dealing and str.natbenlng th Toioe. Johll.y.lllirusguium V'alonU Md'eit.. at S3 cut. par tu. ut.tm la. Vim I fa", 5 M (1 k V