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WM. T. I -UlANr, Kattnr.
MONDAY. JArARTn, . .: tJtXVu. S.OItwt.LT. Auditor, of Tub. lie AaxiuU'of ilia Sfite of IGbsburi, a ill accept'out thaoLs for a "pampMct copy . of bit xport to the Ocwnl Assembly. , - A correspondent of the , St. Louis n-' . . .t-,,. . T . Illinois if alieady i4thcverj.jihto ol revolution, though ihe penplo do nut stt aWlt U reported by an officer of the United States steamer EM, off Cliarles tuu, that the rebels have strengthened Fort Sumter by plating it with railroad iron. JCaT'Somebody ha been imposing upon the fears ofGovcrnur Morton, of Indiana. The Indianapolis correspondent of the Commercial says the Governor lias receiv ed letters warning him of a plan to assas sinate him. And strange to say, the let ter is in the haud-wiiliug cf a female, who says her husband it; coutioited with the plot. We presume tho timid Oovei nor will take the precaution to organize a lo.ly- self from harm. Shaksfeahe tinjs " eon science makes cowards of tin all," but neither Lincoln nor Morton have any thing like that. It may be the hypo. ' The Repulse at Vicksburg. Our army has met with a signal repulse in the attempt to take Ticksburg. After a loss of 3,000 or 4,000 men our forces retired from the undertaking, and are making their way back to Napoleon. The failure of the expedition is attributed to the unaccountable delay of reinforcements' TV' Confederate force inside the intrench menta is estimated at lOO.OliO. It will le some time bofora the fight ia mutwotL The Repulse at Vicksburg. Re-capture of Galveston by the Confederates. The Confederate forces under General Maorcdsh, tave re-captured Galveston, Texas, capturing the stcuiucr Harriet Zan. after a despeiata tight, iu which nearly every parson on board I-ill!. and compelling two of our gunboats to mk safety in flight. Commodore Ken- soaw's Bag-ship, the Westfield, wai in danger of capture, to prevent which she was set on fire. A premature explosion tn .i i.;n;,... r-.,.,.. ... i t.; i. .. crow. The Federal land force, numbering about three hundred, after a gallant fight, were forced to surrender. A High-Banded Proceeding. The Abolition Senate of Ohio, in im ration of its masters at Washington, and co-laborers in the cause of negro equality in the Indiana Legislature, is trying to put on dictatorial airs, and sit in judgment on tho loyalty of Democrats. Dave Tod tried tho same thing last summer, and with all the pomposity of a blustering tyrant, ordered tho arrest and imprisonment of two citizens of Ohio, Democrats, for al leged disloyally. Loth, after suO'ering the torture of imprisonment for months, were dischorgeil without trial, .r charges hav ing been preferred against them, and Tor is most likely to bitterly repent his action in the matter. The Ohio fenate, in its attempt to fix a standard of loyalty .for ' Democrats, will be likely to regret its ac tion, even mora bitterly than our " back bone Governor. Ou Friday last, a joint resolution was offered iu that body,, by Mr. McVavtua, relative to appointing a committee to wait npon Mr. CRifCBFtELD, ahdMutomMilut of his election aa Attorney-General of the State. Mr. Gcncklb, Senator from this county, burning with a desire to tiistin- yuish himself in some way, moved to lay the resolution on the table, on the irronml that Mr. CutTCHFiKLD had uttered disloyal sentiments against the Government, in a . speech made at the Eighth of .'January Festival, in Columbus. No direct charges are preferred against Mr. Critcbfield, but this most extraordinary action pf ihe . Sonata ia baaed upon what he is " reported to lav said!" The 'ditnculty ia entirely with , the. Seaators. Like Abolitionists, generally, they confound the Ailministra. turn with - the Government. Turn is ranch difference between the' two as bo- tween liberty and tyranny. Mr. C'itch ' "niLD was severe on tho .Administration, but said nothing disloyal to tin- Govern ment. , And suppose he did, whut had the Senate to do with it ? Why did not the proper authorities rient and try him for treason, and. if found guilty, punish him according to the law AS .defined in aui-h i asee. , ... We are tired pf this eternal babbling of Abolitionists about the " disloyalty " of Democrat. Mr. Cbitchfiei.d ia as loyal, an.V tietlpiprft. taj- (id- any f the Abolition S'liatorsjwhd har attempt ed to kewp hfuiVoirtW at cfiirO to which lie is entitloit by til voles ot Iqo txople of Ohio. We predict that tlio-gmtlemeu con ne.-ted with thia movenient, will soon find oiU tliayhey have made eases of them selves '' without sufficient cause." ' ' a Ten Million Dollers More to Ten Million Dollers More to Buy Negroes. C'ougresR will most likely appropriate ten millions of dollars for the emancipa tion of the negroes of Missouri. And we notice that a committee of the House to whom are referred questions of emancipa tion, have instructed their chairman to re port a bill appropriating ten, millions, tif lolUiVtV'alrt the Stale" of'Marytaui iin emancipating her slaves. Here are twenty millions of dollars of the people's money which an Abolition Congress, propose to expend for the purchase, of the negroes in the two States of Maryland and Missoori alono. And (hu iH but a mere flfop. ; in the bucket, compared with the amount that will have to be expended to provide for them after Congress has tuede them emancipated equals.". Now we desire to ask ;otir ' farmers -and working-men, if they are willing to pay this enormous amount of money lor the arrying out of the wild and impracticable schemes of the Abolition fanatics, in ad ditiou to the burdensome taxes levied to carry on the war ? ' Thousands of our soldiers have i:ot beeu paid for months, and thousands bf soldier's wives and children are suQ'eiihg for the necessaries of life, but. Cbngress" and the Administration, looking 'only to. the welfare, of " free Americans of Afri can descent," cuunot spare time, and bas no money to give to relieve "the wants pf the families of the men , who have deft home and its comforts and gone forth to the exposure and hardships of the battle field. Millions tor the negio, not 0110 cent for white men, is the motto of their action. The best blood of the nation 'is being poured out, and its treasure expend ed with a prodigality unheard of in the annals of history, and all for the negro. Ate the people willing longer to pay their money, and give their sons as sacrifices to the Moloch of war, lor the purposes to which thin Abolition Administration have converted it ? We are not in favor of repudiation, but would like to see the men who take the bonds for the money to be employed in the emancipation of negroes, have the satis faction of keeping them as souvenir of Abolition folly and madness. [From the Congressional Globe.] War Is Disunion. War Is Disunion. The Great Anti-war Speech of Hon. S. A. Douglas. of Illinois, in the United States Senate, on 15th of March, 1861, the Last one he Delivered in the Halls of Congress, and the Last Official Act of His Life—Democrats and Admirers of Douglas, Read. [EXTRACT.] I repeat, it is time that the hue policy was adopted, and that the country know k. In my opinion, we must choose, aud that prompt ly, between one of the three lines ot policy; .' 1. The restoration and preservation of tie Union by snch amendments to the Constitu tion as will insure the domestic tranquility. safety aad equality of all the States, and thas restore peace; -uaity and fraternity to'tbe country. , , , Or, i. A peaceful dissolution of the Union. by' recognizing the 'independence of sQah Stele as refuse to remain in the Union with-1 out such constitutional amendments, and the establishment of a liberal system of commer cial and social intercourse with them by treaties of commerce and amity. . ur, . (var, .wuo astute .to sabagetioi And military occupation of those Ktatea which have seceded or may secede from tbe Union; I repeat tbat, in my opinion, you must adont and pursue one of thesa three hues of policy. ine sooner you choose between them, and proclaim your choico to the country, tbe better for you, the better for us, the better for every friend of liberty aud constitutional govera nient through out tbe world. In my opinion tbe first proposition the best, and the last is the worst. I am in favor of such amendments to tbe Constitution as will take the question out - of I ongress, and restore peace to the country. That may be done by nod intervention by popular sovereignty, as it is called; or by the Ciittendeo ameudment, making an equitable partition of tbe territory between the two sec tions with a self executing clause prohibiting it on one side and protectiug it on the other. It may he done in various ways. I prefer an amicable settlement ta a peaueabla diMaion ; and 1 prefer it a thousand times to civil war If we can adopt such amendment as wUl.ba sulialaclory to Virginia,- North Carolina, lei- nsee ana me border states, tbe same plan of. pacitiostion which will satisfy tkcra will c- a Union party la the cotton States, li will soon embrace a large majority ot ti, people iu those States,, and bring thein bsult of thoir owa-leee wiH end eeeord, and thtirtore, strengthen and perpetuate.' tba gmuoiis old Union lorever. 1 repeat, what .... aU.AnlAM III ..,!.(, Mo. alunJ '..n.l ... . .. .-j tne rder States , I m States , new.tH the Union) will create a Union party in, the weeded State that will bring them back .by (he voluntary action of their own , people. Voucan rout ore aad preserve tbe, Union in that mode. Vnn on An il in nn rtmr mt m w Mnrls dlahmnn a final sparatioo ofthe Union. . Hence, diiguise it asyou Buy, effry wuiiu wu iu America muat advocate auca , ' amendments to the Constitution aa will pre serve peaoa and restore the Union; while very dmnnioniat, whether secretly or openly plotuni ita destruction, ia aa advocate of serraainn or of war, as the aerest mean of rendering rminitMi and reooosunotioo, Imposst. bh; I bare too tnuob respect lor bit intellect to believe, for one moment, that there ia not man for war who ia not adlzunionistprr . Hence. I do not mean, if 1 sen prevent it. that the enemfea of the Union - mea plotties; to destroy it shall drag Una country into war under pretext of protecting the , poblia utouerty.anil enforcing the laws, and collect ing the revenue, when weir object is disunion and war, tee means of accomplishing a cher ished purpose. j ibe disunionista, tnerelore, ere divided into two classes ; the one opea, the other secret diaunionist. The one in favor of peaceful secession and a recognition of independence; the other in lavor ot war, as the surest means ot accomplishing the object, and ot making the separation final, eternal I am a Union nan,. and, hence against the war. . lint We are told, and we hear it repeated everywhere, that we must lind out it we have sol a uov- rtirnfnt. '"Have we Government V is the question; and we are told we- must test that aueslion by name the military power to put own all discontented spirits. Sir, this ques tion,. "have we a (iorernment?'.' haa been pro nounced by every tyrant who has tried to keep his feet on the necks of the people since the world began. When the Huron a demanded Magna Charta from King John at Kunnyniede, be exclaim ed, "Have we a Oovernmenl t" and OAUVd for his army to put down thediscontented liarnna. When Charles 1, attempted to collect the ship money . iu violation of the Constitution of Kngland, and in disregard of the rights ol Uie people, .be exclaimed, !' Have we a Govern ment? We ran not treat with rebels; put dowrv the traitors ; we must show that we have -Govemeient, ' Whan James. II, was driven from the throne of Knplsnd for tamper ing with the liberties of the people, he called for his army, and exclaimed, "Let us show we have a Goverument I" When George III, called upon bis army to put down , the rebellion in America, Lord North cried lusti ly, "No compromise with traitors; let us demonstrate that' we have a Government." Wben, in 1B48, the people rose upon their tyrants all over Kami, 'd- -deeneaded guar antee for their rights, every crowned bead exelainted,, "Have we a Government ?" and appealed to the army to vindicate their au thority and to enforce the laws. ' Sir, the history of the world does not , fail to condemn the folly, weakness and wicked ness that Uovernment wbioh drew its sword upon its own people wben they demanded guarantees lor their rights. This cry, that we must hare a Government, ia merely . fol lowing the example of the besotted Bourbons, who never learned anything by misfortune, never forgave an injury, never forgot an af front. Must we demonstrate that we have got a Government, and coerce obedience with out reference to the justice or injustice of the complaints ? Sir, whenever ten million of people proclaim to you, with one unanimous voice that thoy apprehend their rights, their firesides and their family altars are in dan ger, it becomes a wise Govtrnineut to listen ,k-.r--l, J - --- .......hpn. Sinn, oratory does not record an example where any buman Uovernment has beeu strong enough to crush ten million people in to subjection when they believed their rights ami liberties were imperiled, without brst con verting the Government feeling into a despot ism, and destroying the last vestige of free dom. Let us take warning from the examples of the past, n herever a Uovernment bas re fused to listen to the complaints of the peo ple, and attempted to pat down their mur murs br the bayonet,,. they have paid the pen alty. Of all those who listened to the people in IM4B, and granted charters ol liberty, and took an oath to support them, only one has been faithful, and he has been rewarded for bis fidelity; the others will pay the penalty of their perfidy. , The King ol Sardinia granted a constitution and to day he is Kimr of Italy. If George III bad listened to the murmurs of our fathers, and granted tbelr just demands, the war of the Revolution would have been averted, and the blood that wa spiled would have been saved. - If we consider this question calmly, and make such amendments as will convince tbe people of the Southern States that they are safe and secure in their family relations with the Union, we can restore and preserve it, If we eannot satisfy the people of the border States that tbey may remain in the Uniqn with safety, dissolution . is iaavitable. i Then the simple question comes back. 1 What shall be tne policy or lite union men Ol this country I Shall it be peaoe'or shall it be war? - What man in all-America, with a heart in his ho- aom, who knows the facta connected with Ft. 8umter can hesitate in saying that duty, hon or, patriotism, humanity, rauuire that Ander son and his gallant band should be instantly :.l. j o:T , ... wnuimifu Dir, i am uui airaiu 10 say so. i. saoeld scorn to tate a party advantaae to mannl'actnre partisan capital out of an art of patriotism. . , Peace is the only policy that can save the country, Let peace be proclaimed as the do i:.. .-j !ii cj .i -,, . c r-i, iy, uu jwa win u du vutkb tnriii u, joy will anirniiTe me nean 01 every patriot in the land confidence will be restored ; business will be revived ; iov will gladden ever heart: hnn fires will blaze upon the hill topi and In the valleys, and the ohorch bells will proclaim tbe glad tidings In every city, town and village in America, and the'applaua; ot a grateful peo ple will greet you everywhere. Proclaim tbe policy ol war, and there will be a loom and sadness and deapair pictured upon the face of every painoi in vne lenn. A war or kindred, family and friends ; father against sob, mo ther against daughter, brother against - bro ther ; to subjugate one-balf (if this country in oneatence to uie otner ball ; il ynu do. not mean this, if yon mean peace, li t this be adopted, aud give the Y resident the oppor- tunny, throagh the Secretary of War, to speak the word "peace," and thirty millions of peo- i :n li l -. l . pie wui am aim wnn uietr prayers, and hon or him with their shouts of Joy. A Man Milliner. 1 be ladies of Pans are all beailrhed with a man milliner, aud Englishman, whi, e shop is in the Raa de le Pais. ., lis notonlv nab. And and fiLa dpKa !. n.l, tl..m .1.... l...l:.. I ., -. f " 7 " wmn mey are going to attend a rand recea- tioaa oe balla . Tha lunk. f.lU- wuu custom. ' Another vessel, chartered by the govern aient, has sails 1 for tbat area of hauLuM. as the New York Exvrtse calla it. Port Bmal. tj. J. The freight nuin, political parse rri . . . ' 1 igui was sirong-aundeq we Parsons, and ckiihiog for lazy e eg roe a. The Myaterlea efRew York, j.- , " COMMUKICATKD. . Wars, yiational resourcea, political conteata, religions copyentions, amusements, the Cell- tral Park, ita swans, gondolae, 4., have been iiaoned;---thla letter is of the "Mysteries of New York." In the car, stoamhoaf, saloon, parlor, at dinner, in the street, everywhere do I hear some story with relation to, or inqniry aa to tba meaning ot, those mythical words, posted, printed, and advertised wherever I go-. . . - 8, T.-488B, X. , accompanied with a crescent and a shepherd's hook. A secession sympathiser said it was: "Satan Triamphed in 1860 in granting tie Xpectation of tbe Abolitionists;" while a Re publican said it was: "Stump-Tail Democrats of 181.0 gone to Texaa;" another, "To the State Taxes of 18C0 add ten (X) dollars;': sm other, that they ware the watchwords of some secret society, like, "Sons of Teoumchia sire 18G0 Strong," or "Seward Tricksters of 1BC0 Used Up," Ac., Ice. ..Well, your- correspond ent was illbad been ill for a long time in faot, his rate suppers had given him horrid dyspepsia. . lie read the advertisements, and of course bought B bottle of Plantation Bit tera; the Bitters cured him, and on the bottle appeared those same cabalistic letters: S. T. 1800. X. , I traveled straight for 202 Broadway, Introduced myself to the celebra ted Dr. Drake, aud was shown the elephant tusks, S, T. and all and a great institution it is. A six-story building in Dey street, from cellar to garret, is occupied as a laboratory for producing this single medicine. Some forty persons are employed; several vats holding six thousand gallons each, are filled Wl,h roots, herbs, nod material, and then soaked in water, and the expression preserved in pure St. Croix Rum. I here saw tbe.iaga, boxes, and bales of Calisaya Burk, Wintergreea, and other material aad the original St, Croix Rum puncheons bearing the Custom House brand. It seemed that medicine Could here be turned out to supply a world of invalids yet these gentlemen are unable to fill their or dors for Plantation Bitters alone. I waa shown many certiGcatea of extraordinary cares ef fected by these Bitwra. The statistics of the medicine business as piesented to the last Congress in the repoat of Mr. D. Sj Barnes are enormous and startling, amounting to some six million dollars annually. . The pro prietors of these Bitters will pay Uncle Sam near fifty thousand dollars for stamps this Tvjrl .With such individual resources gov ernment loans ought to aland at par, and Jef ferson Davis might as well pack up and start for Jerusalem. - . m, i . J.. H. We are happy to reproduce the "hove letter. and add that any ordinary case of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Nervous Affection, Sonr ache, Diarrhoea, Sinding nesaTnieuUii Despondency, Ac. can be cured by tbe Plant ation Bitters. . , . . . That all peraous may judge of its efficacy, we publish a list of some of the articles used in its preparation: - LtitMaya Hark I elehrated for uyer two hundred years in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Weakuess, Ac. , It was in troduced into Europe by the Countess, wife of the Viceroy ol Peru, in 1 1140, anil was af terwards sold- by tbe Jesuits fnr the enormous price of its own might in silver, under the name ot Jesuit s l uwilers, and bnally made public by Louis XVI, King of France. Hum boldt makes especial refi-rence to its febrifuire qualities during his South American travels Oucarilla J1ark-r'or diarrhoea, colio, and diseases of the stouianh and bowels. . .. Uamlelionr or iiiHuniinnlion of the loins and dropsical nfl'eciiuiis. Camomile flown tor enfeebled diges tion. ' ' 1 ' Lavender JV.iteers Aromatic, stimulant. and tonic highly invigorating in nervous de bility. Winter ureen r..r scrofula, rheumatism. ' Anise An aromatic carminative, creating flesh, muscle, and milk; much ased by moth ers nursing. : . ,. . ..Also, clove, buds, orange, carraway corian der, anakeroot, ic, all preserved in perfectly pure " i BT."CRO)X RUM. ' The powerful, invigorating, and tonic prop erties of St. Croix Rnm hare been long ac knowledged by the physicians of , the. world. For consnmpi'mi i is the only stimulant ibat should b iscd. S. T. 1860. X. Another wonderful Ingredient, of Spanish origin, impnrting beauty to the complexion ana oniiiani y to tbe mind, is yet unknown' to UiecoRieu o of tW world, and we -withhold its-eame n,r tha present ... . ' Dr. W A Cl.ilda,. surgeon of the Tenth Vermont liegininul, writes: -"I wish every sol dier bad a buttle of' Plantation Bitters. They are the most etl'sctlve, perfect, and harmless tonic I ever need."; The following is. Trora the famous hotel pro prietors, st Washington: Washixotom, 1). C. November 4, 18C2. : 1 Messrs R H Drake & Co-.-w-Please - send as twelve doam Plantation Biltora. They are much like. I by the guests at our bouse. Respectfully yours, SYKES, CHADWICK A CO., " 1 Proprietors' WillariTs Hotel. ' tester, December 28, 18C1. ' Mxssas. P. H. Dmaki k Co. Gentlemen: 1 have been a great . sufferer. . from dyspepsia for three or four ye.ira . I have tried many if not all tbe remedies rccoiitnituded for ita cuie 1 ..stead of relief I became worse, had to uhiinrtl.n inv'ttrofeasion. and'snffered irreat-i !r Irom uvbryihing I nte. My mind was much aHeiUed, depressed, and gluoniy, :l Abnet three miilbs ago. I tried the Plantation U.lters.aj.d to my great joy J am, nearly a well man... I as fur al I know, always with s!Khal henefif i I am. TevV reeneotfuilv. vnura. - , . BKV. J, S. CATHOKN . Such is the language reai'liiiiK us daily. Ho,. article ever had an equal sale. Under no circumstances vrllt the jiure standard vf the material! used be departed from. "These Bitters are sold by all principal drug-1 gistay grooare, domis, and restaurants. He aero each bottle bears ilia fac aiuiil of the proprietor's signature, on a steel plate label - P' H. DRAKE 4 CO j del 9U WF 202 Broadway, Mew York. j ' ' '! ' DRY ' GOODS AT ', t -:- 7 4 AND 7C. aVkST FOWRTll v-s'riREijST, , i CINOINltaTI, $BIO. j Jii NEW GOODS JUST , RECEIVED AND ..... SELLING AT ' SEDUCED - PRICES, . IIOISEKEEPING GOOHS la gnat variety, consisting la part ot SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, LINEN DIAPER, COTTON DIAPER, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, QUILTS, TICKINGS, WAf K.1MS, CUASUKS, DAMASK TABLING. New Winter Dress Goods atietia4-,5,aKeBaoa ; ij FINER KABRIC8. CHOICE OOOW, am aa Ibt LINS, VELOtj'KH, CAMJJST8, FLAIll I ' . AUAOa, aUSINO, -A. li. SI At SO, r, , S)l. and Hoar. ' i aaaortoMuu jdj Lediaa and Miaaae, i SHAWLS! SHAWL81I " Btrlpa aad Plaid Broehe Shawls, : i Ulripa aad PlaiS Wool Shawls, Missm' Bhawls, good aaaonuiaut, UutaTmaniigHhMla., . DRUBS SI L K a Colorad Drasa Bilks, IB, tie, tl; Black Ureal Bllka, 1, 1 MS, II til. Bleached Shirting Mualina - Good quality B, 1H, Oe. BI.V..)'rn NU HOVV M'toH FLAMNtlJB. b;l a:n;:k:e t s . Cul.M-.-d Army BlaukaU; ' ' ' LV!""4! .- ufF h '"els, , 8, Ohlldrea'a Oradla and Crib - - - 1 - , Opera laouala, flam and 'iH'Uad Uoada. ; , FLA.Ii.'VICI.kl. WhiU aad All-Wool riaanatot .! . ' Whila ix.rx.al do.: bhakardo.i - Biaaohad aad firowo Oautoa do.; Upara rumoala, all oolorai ! .,-ll-aitl-do.,fai Jjadi.a. EMIIROIDERILS' AM) LACES. ' Fmbraidamd Ootlarai l,0,Se. , KmbroiUarad Uandkareliiala, ia arat .yanatri Haio Liuao Collara and U; - Lava Saw: CaaSrM..aod tiualiado.i . i-l , Hooitoo, Ouijupnrn, Thread, Lula.and ValaniMannaa Lac-aa. S00 doaei bUen cambric Hgadkerchlert, HOODS , AN l SONTAS. ' ZUPhtr wool Boons, ' , etH, ae, ex . TSe and (t.loi Indian, Miaaaa sadbtuldrani NUBIAN, taauuiul eoiors; a large assortment jual re . . n.raiveal , .i J Balmoral and Hoop , Skirts. , .( tli. , , .;...! i. ; ,! Tnll ioiiniLil for Lsvii. tod UIihi. 1 For Hen and. Boys', Wear . . . ..I ., 1 .. -. , :! j Plain and Plaid f ASTIMKllS, flATTNKT, CABH Mii:Ra;rrS,,tllaokaadOoloradCUTalS, ... NEC K Tc A R E S . Of C.l.Mi.ir i,J Wool Maid. FBENC 11 CORSETS. English & American Calicoes. . Variatj o orauds selllm low. 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GARTERS AND ELASTICS In Silk, all coio'ra, ' ... lu Enibroldrnea, la Kid. Steel and Shell Combe, XET BBACKLETS, k: ' ' CORAL BRACELETS,' , , BEAD BRACELETS, , . Poftiuoneales, funei, In LaaUier, PREHENTS. I Pearl, Shall, Ivory, PBKSEKTB ' Valret. EVERY VARIETY Of GIFTS AND FiftaENTS , Caa ba lyundat JOHN 1). PAKK'hJ; N. E. COR. FOURTH WALNUT. CINCINNATI, O. WUrdara by mall br Uooda 10 be aaut by Exureaa Will have prompt and careful attention. al3dloi Medical. CHEROKEE REMEDY i . AMD ... CHEROKEE INJECTION TTj two tnJii Iuei comt.iud being completes, MDi QtOtiiug uo Mhtir medi0tn to vur tip inou ukMaiDtttti peat-wit y rH-uiuuiudu m itim vuaet ot rltior A.llHa, or whiles in VemnlM.) whtre air the uu assMuaprvpftrahoa lm feuled. 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' aaaa To trfOV Who liava trid all Uia VArA.itra nruutia. auast m vam unul iliay think ttkaiaaolvM tinyaad ilia raawb of 4uauUial aid, wa would aay; , ( , t. New atxtmi i tuirouM lie in a muI tbiro ata Iavfotl wut can .yoa tV'r ott yuatJi Xco- advauticd Tft.fa.Por Atll partioularH, get ft Oiroulairf-M, frora any lrwK Meor in tha uoiuHry, r ytttW iha Waivriator, wbo will mad Am, t auy addreaa, a ItiU iraaiue an Vauaraal Liaaaaa. ( ( VJA-Vrtra Charak. Hajafdi U r aoitjt, r ura UiUe tar a , ( (irtoeCharoli.aa I m a lion, i ihm- butiia, or Utrea bottle- kr $, Btjuout by Kspraaa to auy addntaa, uu rH,tut of tbt.it. . dWM V rcUiifl Pruyyi.it) tPttyHtrt. - JOHN D. JAliK, AsMt. - . "' M . W. r. Fovrlls i4 Walaal at.. dalMlm CWCUWainjOlWtl