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Vtm. J011 C. TAIGUN, AmmUm Edit.
Col. A. BLIZZARD
FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE, 1
HENRY A: C1IAMBERS, .
Of MADISON V1LLE.
Colonel Blizzard for Congress.
Our people have nut beeo So generally
pleased for a long time as tbey were at
receiving the news of Colouel Blizzard's
nomination. For reasons obvious to al
most every one, he was deoidodly prefer
red as a candidate by the peoplo of Mon
roe over cither of his competitors for the
track. We have hitherto refrained from
expressing uny preference in the niattOr,
hut will now say, after a broad survey of
the entire field, that Colonel Blizxard is
our choico for the Congressional fight
above any other man we inow of in the
District. So, of course, we, too, are high
ly pleased at the nomination.
Our candidate is well known in this
county ; he requires no newspaper eulo
gium to recommend him to the Conservative-Democrat
io voters of Monroe. He
will command every vote in the party,
and will draw additional strength from
tho moderate Republicans tho anti-rtj-constructionists
rocu who have cast their Inst
vote for Horace Maynard. In point of
capacity ho will not bo an unworthy suc
cessor to the lon-livcd but going-nt-last
Naraganset ; in every other respect the
people of this district and the Congress of
the United States will be very greatly the
gainers by his election.
As this soems to be a day of predictions
and as we have a desire to become a suc
cessful predietionist, we count beforehand
for Colonel Blizzard a majority of eight
hundred votes in the county of Monroe.
Doubtless some Radical quill driver will
suggest our inability to count it after the
election ; but there is not one of the fra
ternity we would believe in the matter if
Le were guessing on oath.
The French Republic.
The idea of establishing a republican
government in Franco seems to inspire her
people with frosh courage and fresh hope.
Their previous experience in this liue
i-hould prove a useful lesson ; for this is
tho third effort the French people have
made to escape from the one-man power.
The first effort culminated in a govern
ment the administration of which was
marked with blood and crime of every
description, and which after lasting seven
years was brought to a close on the acces
sion of Napoleon Bonaparte, in 1799, to
the First Consulate.' The second was the
natural result of Louis Phillippe'a imbe
cile administration, and lasted from Louis
Napoleon's accession to the Presidency in
1818, to the re-establishment of the Em
pire in 1852. These failures, and that of
tha American people, so far, to permanent
ly organize a really republican form of
government, will be discouraging studies
for them in their third attempt; but we
trust tbey will persevere. Perhaps the
United States of Europe may some time
demonstrate to the United States of
America that the thing can le done.
The Supreme Court of the State' of
Tennessee assembled in full bench at
Knoxville, on Monday rooming at nine
o'clock. Judge Nelson announced that
Judge Nicholson had been duly made
Chief Justice of the Court. J. F. Dead-
crick, esq., was sworn into office as Clerk
and Joseph B. IIeiskell,osq., was appoint
ed Attorney-General and Reporter.
" Tho Court will sif'iri full bench from 9
o'clock, a. m., to 2 o'clock p. m., daily,
until thi 15th of November, immediately
t-fter which date it will. asHcmble at Knox
ville. The Chief Justice announced that
the Court would proceed under the rules
-of the old Court, taking up the docket bf
the 5th Circuit,' after finishing which'' it
would commence with the 1st Circuit and
go on in regular rotation as to number.
The Legislature to be chosen, in No
vember will not assemble until October,
1871. Its duties will be more than or
dinarily important, as on it will devolve
"the task of re-districtirig the State into
tivo districts. Every county should se
lect one, or more of its best, men for . this
Legislature of 1871. Monroe determined
to do1 bo when she placed in nomination
our energetic ana capaoie county ytanoara
bearer, H. A. Chambers, esq.
s r- Jloracs Jflayaard. ?-
It is said thai Mr. Maynard begin
ning to fech flcctsyiC his windy laws
reported from 5 the' Committee of Waya
and Means, of which ho (s'a leading ineifc
ber. As the Nashville) Union A Amori
Can"sfff,"theTjnmertra prowontioos of
the small manufacturers of his. district
have brought upon him the indignation of
large, number of his constituents. To
show that be asked no exemption for the
small manufacturers, but desired them
placed on the same footing with the iu
rnense establishments in New York and
Cincinnati, we quote his remarks in Con
gress on the 23d of Junc,lSG8, which may
be found on page 3,407 of the Congres
sional Globe, Part 4, 2d session of the
40th Congress. He said i
If I understand the amendment to the
amendment, I am opposed to it. The on
ly interest I have as an immediate repre
sentative on the subject of distillation, re
lates to some very small uuuufseturers,
making whiskv bv what are ktioarn as cop-
per stiMfj, at the rate of perhaps not wore I
So far as they art cfnc trntJ, I do nof
desire lo trempt tfttn from any impost'
ion that is proposed to be placed on
this business generally.
I simply desire that they shall have the
privilege of manufacturing on precisely
the same terms as those who manufacture
in larger quantity. Th'crefore, I desiro
that they shall have an opportunity of
paying their tax directly as they manu
facture the liquor, and I trust the excep
tion proposed to be stricken out will be
permitted to remain.
A "Yankee's" Evidence
We take the following from the Chat
tanooga Times, whose editor ought to be
good authority on the subject, as he was
raised in Yankee hind and h;is beeu living
in Tennessee since the war.
The Memphis Republican, attempting
to show that Tennessee is not a good place
for Northern men, says:
iue truth is simply this: If a lunkeo
is rich, let him cumo Eolith and he will be
generously welcomed, but if poor, tho
Lord have mercy on him, fur no one elso
We presume tho statement is very near
ly correct, but it applies with equal force
to all other states as to Tennessee. uian-
kees" are not in the habit of immigrating
iu search of "mercy," no more than other
people. All they ask is an equal chance,
and uohody will douy that they can get
it iu Tennesnoe. For the rest, they are
able to take care of themselves, and those
of them who have settled in Chattanooga
appear to be doing so very successfully.
Maynard at Cleveland.
Here is tho Banner's account of the
groat Congressman's speech at Cleveland:
Tho Hon. Horace Muyuard spoke at
the court houuc iu this place, on Monday,
to a very small crowd of those who havu
not yet soeu the error of their way. We
were not present, but learn from those
who were, that it-was about the poorest
thing, in the way of a speech, they ever
heard from Horace. The fact is Radical
ism is about wore-out in this quarter, aud
Horace has sense enough to see it, and he
finds making speeches iu its defense an
up-hill business. Ho failed at this place
to arouse any enthusiasm in his favor,
which leads us to the belief that his friends
are getting tired of him, and would like
to get rid of niin if they knew how to do that
thing, it they will just hold on until the
first of November the Conservatives will
do that thing in a workman-like manner.
. The Mobile Register has lately been
trying to pour hot shot into the Louisville
Courier-Journal. Tho latter paper ad
vises the chief of artillery of the Register
to beware of the fate of the Michigan in
fant,as described by a poet in the Detroit
Grim death has taken darling litllo Jerky,
The sua of Jostvu aud Sybena lluwtu.s;
Seven days Do rcstlcd with this dysentery,
And then he perished in his little bowels.
...What. a. wonderful" summersault the
Radicals have made on the War question
With au eye to the German , vote they
were zealous in gassing for. Prussia until
the French Republio was proclaimed.
Then camo the rub. It would not do to
assume the attitude of preferring a mon
archy to a republic. , So Mr. Grant, with
more activity than ha was ever before
known to exhibit, turned heels over head
and" lit fair and square- in Ibe Freneh
camp, and the whole Radical party'- was
there by the time" he straightened up
But what will the German Radicals think
of rthe performance?
We take it as proof positive of our own
"reconstruction" that we didn't straight
way take to a diet of krout and lager,
and commence blowing for Bismarck and
u -Thi4 Chattanooga' Times, whenever we
want it particularly, 'always fails to come
to hand. We. have n6"ne,ws from Nash
ville save that General John C. Brown
was . nominated,- by reclamation, several
speeches were delivered by distinguished
gentlemen, and the Convention adjourned
-The Congressional Convention. .
VThe Congressional Convention to nomi
nate a candidate for this District, , mct at
Knoxville on Saturday last. Jflfwascom
posed, of alarge number of gentlonieni of
intelligence and iufluenco. The Conven-
tioa .... called to Wdcrblod.jM
Williams, a member of the Democratic
pxec,tiy jCvnuiitWejio veryap'pfopri
ate speech. After his remarks were con
cluded; lion. T:' Nixon VanDyke, who
had presided over a preliminary meeting
of the delegates, announced the organiza
tion agreed upon as follows: .
President, Col. R. K. Byrd; Vice Pres
ident, D. A. Carpenter; Secretaries, Rolfe
S. Saunders, W. J. Ram age, Robert Mc
Nelly and C. B. Woodward. The Presi
dent explained the object of the Conven
tion, and was frequently applauded in tho
course of his remarks.
Nominations being in order, Gen.
Vaughn nominated Gen. Joseph A. Mabry;
Mr. Hood nominated Col. John Williams;
Col. W, M. Bradford nominated Col. A.
Rliziard; Mr. Royston nominated Col. R.
K. Bvrd; and Mr. Craigmilcs nominated
Col. i. M. NoWn.
Gen. Mabry camo forward and thanked
the Convention for the honor conferred up
on him, but respectfully declined a nomi
nation, and asked that his uame be with
drawn. On the third ballot, Col. Williams re
ceived tho votes of Blount, 7; Knox, 25;
Morgan, 2, and Union, 4; total, 39A. Col.
Blizard, Anderson, 5; Blount, 1; Bradley,
9; McMinn, 13; Monroe, 15, aud Polk, C;
total, 49. For Col. Bvrd, 9.
On motion of J. C. J. Williams, Esq.,
the nomination of Mr. Blizzard was made
unanimous, and by acclamation and great
applause, ho was declared tho unanimous
choice of the Conveution.
On being called upon, Col. Blizard
came forward and accepted the nomination
in a tow remarks appropriate to the occa
sion, which were enthusiastically received.
Uu motion ot Iron. aughn, a commit
tee of one from each county was appointed
by the Chairman, to report a platform and
resolutions to the Convention, whereupon
tho following gentlemen were selected
Gen. John C. Vaughn, of Monroe; Col.,
C. Neal, of Roane; Col. D. C. Haskins,
of Polk; Rolfe S. Saunders, of Kuox; W.
II. Ballew, of NcMinn; C Gillespie, of
Rlount; C. J. Joiner of Morgan; Robt.
McXolley, of Bradley; and J. L. Ledger
wood, of Union.
After leaving a few moments, the coni-
mitteo returned and reported, through
their uhairmun, Gen. Vauiihn, a preamble
and series of resolutsons which were unan
imously adopted, but the length of which
precluded their publication in this week's
t ft e r interesting and appropriate re
marks by lion. John Fleming, tho Con
vention adjourned sine die.
The annual mooting of the East Ten
nessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad took
place at Knoxville ou Thursday last. The
attendance was large.
Rev. Robert Suead of this county, was
called to the Chair and James G. Mitch
ell, Esq., appointed Secretary.
The Chairman ou taking his seat an
nounced in feeling terms the death of
Col. Thos. II. Calloway, the late Presi
dent, and paid a deserved tribute to his
Mr. Maynard arose and, after a eulogy
on the deceased, moved the appoiatment
of a committee to prepare suitable resolu
tion concerning the sad event.
The Chair thereupon appointed Hon.
Horace Maynard, Joseph R. Anderson,
J. M. Meek, J. II. MeGill and Thomas
Boyd the committee, who, after consulta
tion, submitted a preamble recounting
Mr. Calloway's services as President of
the Road, the embarrassments with which
he had been surrounded, and tho success
which had crowned his efforts; and in tes
timony of their respect for his ' memory,
offered the following resolutions, which'
were unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That by tho recent death of
Thomas II. Calloway, a serious loss has
been sustained to the company of which
he had been so long the President, depriv
ing it of his vigorous counsels and of his
high personal and financial credit, and we,
the stockholders of the company, are de
prived of an estimable, useful and valued
Resolved, That in consideration of his
long and effective services is the chief ad
ministrative officer of thd' coihpany, the
privilege1 is hereby granted to his widow,
for life, of riding upon the company's pas
senger1 trains, free bf charge.. ' '
' .Kesotfefi' That a'copy of this record
be certified to the family of the deceased.
The Secretary then read the report of
the Vice President, which want of room '
compels us to omit. The election of Di
rectors resulted as follows:
Jos. R. Audorson, Jno. Whito, Jos. n.
Earnest, Wra. Galbraith, R. T. WibJon,
C. M. McGhee, R. C. Jackson, G. M.'
Branner, P. Dickinson, 8.' D, Reynolds,
Robert Snead, Joseph Calloway, Thos. G.
Barret, E. W. Cole, Joseph Jaqnes.'
Tho new Directors met on Friday and
elected the following officers for the cur
rent year: ; . . ' , . " .' ' ' " " '
R. T. Wilson PresiJoiit; Jdsepn J aqiibs,"
Vice President; R. C. Jackson, Superin
tendent; J. G. Mitchell, Secretary and
Treasurer. . ;
TWO BlILDISGS BUll-VKD.. i5;i0tf,0oo or
PanpERTt jKsTmTei- Herring'i 8afo In Con
stantinople! "The .only Sifo which preserved
ta contents." ..
k-X!oNST.vTiMri.i!i Turky, 2Ih Jun, 1S70.
11 L'.nn..ia IN ?tiL'uu.v W.w
family recently, and Imd an interview with our
Muniotor, Hon. B. Joy Morris, wliatohl nio tjmt
:on of your S;if, kept in tle V'i 3. t'ofionlitte
here, vox the only one tehost contents vere 'found
untouched by the kite, f re. I pow have, it Qn
hitiition, and have obtained gomo important or
ders. ' . I ore your 6Vt icrvanC ,; ', k , .,-.'
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with the new coiubiuittiuuot' Hardened Steel and
Iron, and the Franklinite, or Spityel ilsvii, (Her
ring & Vlovd'f Patent.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
251 Broadwav, cor. Murray t., New York.
FAR R Eh, HERRING & CO., Philadelphia. .
HERRING & CO., Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN, N. Orleans.
PRICE REDUCED. ,
Tlio llest In tlio Country.
NEW YORK OBSERVER.
$3 PER ANNUM.
t.OXE MONTH FREE ON TRIAL.
SIDNEY E. MORSE JR., & CO.,
37 Pakk Row, Nkw York.
A New Cook
11 of 12S iw;;es. Price 30 cents
AMERICAN NEWS CO.,' New York.
NERVOUS DEBILITY. '
Thousands suffer from it. A weak, nervous,
exhaited feeling, no energy, animation or vig
or,'low spirits, weak memory, involuntary sem
inal emissions, with lose of power and threatened
impotence. The vuncijuence of excesses. This
is NorviMtu Debility, aud it fid ls a sovereign
remedy in HU.MI'URF.Y'S HOMEOPATHIC
SPECIFIC, No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Thousands
have been cured by these rills. They tono tip
the system, arrest the discharges, dispel the
gloom and mental depression, and rejuvenate
the system. Price $5 for n package of live box
es and a 82 vial of powder, which is important
in all old long-standing cases, or. $1 per single
box. Sold by all first-class druggists, and ent
by mail to any address, on receipt of tho price.
Address HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPA
THIC MEDICINE CO., 502 Broadway, New York-
IN SIX MONTHS can be made !
by a shrewd and reliable man, 1
in fl aiivi. an f'p ltiiKi noau n invntnipnt rF c-? !
will return a clear profit of 8175. For particu
lars call ou or address the NORTH AMERICAN'
PICTURE CO., No. 85 NasBau st., New York.
COLUMBIA ATHENEUM, Tkn.-A
First Class School lor Young Ladies. Ad
t a XT auks Elegant Grounds (23 acres). Heal
thy Location; Capacious Buildings; 8111,000 Ap
paratus; Woll selected Library of 11,000 vol
umes; Largo Recitation and Sleeping Rooms,
with tire in each; Abundantly Supplied Table;
Full and Efficient Faculty; li.'t Years' Experi
ence; Course of Instruction thorough aud com
plete; Prices reduced; Number of Matriculate
7,45 and 71-1 Graduiitcs. No Sectariauism.
Session opens Monday, Soptcicbcr 5ih. Cata
kgues fhkk. Mrs. F. 1 G SMITH, Principal.
WM. A. SMITH, A. M. Secretary.
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derful book has full instructions to enable the
render to lascinatc either set, or any animal, at
will. Mesmerism, Spiritualism, and hundreds
of other curious experiments. It can be obtain
ed by sendim; address, with 10 cents poslnge, to
T. W. EVANS & CO., No; 11 South Eighth St.,
AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early indis
cretion, causing nervous debility, prema
ture decay, etc., having tried in vain every' ad
vertised remedy, has a simple means of eelf
cure which lie will send free to his fellow suffer
ers. Address J. H. T UTILE, 78 Nassau street,
By tlie Empire Gilt Com'y,
Cash Gifts to tho amount of $500,000.
EVERY TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
5 Cash Gifts, each. $20,400
10 " " " , ,,.,.1(1,1)00
20 " " " 6,000
50 " " . 1,000
50-Elegant Rosewood Pianos, each 8300 to
75-.'- " " Melodcous, 11 . 75 to
350 Sewing Machiuea - . " 00 to
500 Gold Watches - ' - " 75 to
Cash Prizes, Silver Ware &e valued at 81 ,000,000
A chance to draw any ot the above 1 nzca tor
15c. Tickets .describing Pri7.es -are sealed in
Envelopes and well inixed. On recoipt of 2uc.
a Sealed Ticket is drawn without choice and sent
by mail to any address. The prize named upon
it will bo delivered to tho ticket holder on pay
ment of One Dollar'. ' Prizes nre immediately
sent to any address by express or return uuiil.
You will know what your prize is beforo you
pay "for it. Any prize exchanged for another of
same value. No Blanks. Ouv patrons can de
pend on fair dealing. . , ...
RuFKRiiNwiS. ,Ve select the following from
many who have, lately drawn Valuable PrizcB
and kindly permitted us to publish themf An
drew J. Burns, Chicago, $10,000; Miss Clara 3.
Walker,1 Baltimore, Piano, fcaoif, Jamee M. Mat
thews, Detroit, !?3,00,O;: John, Andrewtf, ,ha
vannah, 5,000; Miss Agnes Simmons, Charles
ton. Piano, 8600. We publish no names with
out permission. . ..
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ble and deserve their bucocbs," Weekly Trib
une, May 8. "We know tlLem to be a fair deal
ing firm." N. Y. Herald, May 28., "A friend
of ours drew a 85,000 prize which was promptly
received." Daily News,' Juno 3. - -':
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1,100,000, 4 inches to i feet high. ... , Best ;Tim-
ber and Nut Treb planted; A 16-piige. Circular
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: ST0RR8, H.UiRlSON & CO.,1 ,
7 ? --(-; PaincsviRc, Lake Conntyj OhJo ' ,
EYAPORATORS ! T!KS
815, $20 and 825t capucity of -one and two horse
Cane Mills. ' Address for Circulars, &c.,, : .
, ... J. AY. CHAPMAN & SONS, Madison, Ind. "
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New Adve rtisements.
"7 r : ?
fIXTY-UVE tint! tHKt MED.VtJ AWARDED.
MAN UFACTOKY. I
.i.l " MASUFACTUKEItS OF
'grand, square and upright
Tht)e Instruments have been Lefuie the rmldie
for jiearly thirty yetirrf, slid upon their "excel
lence niniie attained an Unpurchased Pre-eminence,
which prououiues tbem uneiiualled. Their
, , , , : , tone
rombincK great power, sweetness anil ft no sing
ing iiiality, as well ns great purity of intona
tion mid Sweetness thruuUouf (lie eat1r?'ecle.
Their ' " " " 1
. . TOUCH.' - ,
is pliant and clastic, and entirely free from the
stillness Mi rid iir rm'nfuv I'binfi.-i.
they are uneiiiallcd, nsin none but the very
bot SKASOfKIl MiTKIilAI., the UrgO CipUlll OIU-
ployed in our business enabling us to keep con
stantly ou hand an liunutue stook of lugihcr Jto.
All our Stpiare Pianos have our New Improv
ed Over Strung Scale, and tho Agraffe Treble.
BL-if Wc would call pe -ial attention to our
lata inipnmmeiitu in G11AND PlANl4A-D
SQUARE (iRANDS, Patented August I I, 1,-oG.
which bring the I'uuio nearer jhu'I'uUmu tlian
lias yet been nttaiued.
Kvery J'iniio ullj ,rarrantod (,tp Yetirs.
We have made nrrangeineiils for tho Sol.K
Wllol.r-.rAl.K Ahkxcv lor the lanst -elcbr:iti-d
PARLOR ORGANS AND Ml'L;DEo.s, which
we olfer, Wholesale and Retail, at L-im-si FiU.--lory
Prices. WM. KNABE Ji't 0.,
seplj-lim Bultiuiuiv, Mil.
; : Decree to Sell Laud.-,,.
James Knox, Admini.-trat ir, ct. al. vs. John
Knox, el. al.
OBEDIENCE to a decree In this cause, at
the August term of the County I'mnt. for
Monroe county, Tennessee, I will sell to the
I highest and best bidder, on the illi jlay of Oc
tober, l!7U, at Knox's Mill on tho jiromis-e near
the fork of Fork creek, all the lands ot which
j John Knox, died, saized and possessed, at public
outcry, in such. lots and divisions ns tnav bedi
I reeled by the ndministrator, ou t!i day of snip.
! Said lauds lire to be sold to pay the d-.-hts of said
1 John Knox, and for partition nmoi'g the heirs
TYliUSoF S.m.k Fifteen him 'red di lh.is to
bo paid down, on the tract known as the Mill
tract, and one third of tlio purchase money to be
i pai.l down ou tlie ollu r l inus !e-cribed and lobe
: sold ; lor the remainder of the pim-bas;: money,
! fie Clerk will fake iiole-" with approved sei.iirity,
! payable in erpinl installments, upon u c e 'it'ol
one anu two years, an I ncMi ing inui- ii om
date ; and a lien will be retained 'upAn the bind
until tho balance of the puivluise. money is paid.
sepl.Vltpfsr, A. T. HICKS, t leik.
A 2'EAT JiL D5SC2VEH?
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
2 .-a Hundreds of Thousandj ?
Bear tct!:nrny to t'leir Wonder Ji 2"
lul Cur itlve Eflect. '$
i 2 i WHAT
I niv t a f
r TrTTTT A TIP. VVP A, TTT.P.
Ilf AMCY DRUJtt'J
Mac!:1 of roar Uiiiii, Wlilskey, Proof Spirits
mill UefiiHO l.iqiinr doctoroil, Rplccd aad sweet
ened to pk'HC thn tafte, called "Tonlca,"" Appctiz--.
era, ' "Iliwlorurs," that lead tlie tippler ja to
.-M 4rnkcanena and ruja.bat are trno JJccJIiac, marto,
from tho Xativo Rootn and nerbs of California' free
from nil Alcoholic Sliiniilnnts. The? are tho
GREAT rti.! PI RIFIEa and A LIFE
GIVINO PItlN'CIPI.E a perfect Renovator and
Invhjorator of tho Systom, carrying off)U,o!ionos
matter and rcstorlnn the blood to a hcalthycoudltion.
"So pemon c m tako Wiffo Bitters accoidtng to direc
tion and remain lonp unwell.
51UO will bo Klvcn for au Incurable cnsc.provldod
the bones are not .destroyed by mineral poison or
.other means, and the vital organs WurfTed Vyoud tha
i point of repair. : i ' ' 1
- For InDnmmntorT and Chronic Rheurun
tUm and (Jout, Dysprpsln, or IliiMvcsllon,
Ilillous.Iteinittentnnd I ateriull tent Fevers
D'.Heases oftlie llliiod, 1,1 vev, Sidneys and
Itlailder, these Hitters hays bccB iuost eucccd.
fal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
Ttlooit, which Is generally produced by derangement
of tho DUciitlve Ornnns.
DYSPEPSIA OH ISDIGESTIOS, ftcad;
ache, Fain In the Shoulders, Coiifl. 8, TiBlitnctsof the
Chest, Dizziness, Sonr Eractutiona of the Stomach,
Bad twite )n tho McuuJi.nilious Attacks, Talpltation
of the Ileart, Inficmmatlonol the Tlung9,Pain in tlie
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other pUnful
symptoms, are tho offsprings of Dyspapsltr. ' i
They Invigorate the stomach, and stimulate tlie tor
pid liver and bowels, which render them c unequalled
eiUcacy in cleansing tlio blood of all impurities, and
Imparting new life. and vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Ernptlon,Tcttcr,Salt
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ricad.Boro Eyes, Erysip
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and Disease of tho-6kln, of whatever ilalne or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system In
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bpttlo la
each eases will convince the most Incredulous of their
curative effect. ,
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenaver you find Its
Imparl tlca bursting through the skin Uirimplcs.Grup
tlona or sores ; clcansoltwhen yetrtrAd It obstructed
and sluggish In tho veins ; cleansf It when It la foul,
- and your feelings will tellyoo when,- iKcep the blood
pare and the health of tho system will follow.
PIN, TAPX sndothcrWOKMB.iuTkingra tha
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy-
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the circular around each bottle, printed In four laa-
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SICKNESS PAIN AND )EATII
I.ritiinalely reiilts ).eu;dii for violations of
natural lawn, from which none escape. ,
t'l lic faded che', the f ile 10 1 wan feature.-f,
INo dull cys, the Choidwl inlelkct, the deep hcav
iu; si'.'h, the leehle and emaciated flame, the
vlejceUdluuWjthc tuttcriujjjiiit, all indicate Jirc
vioiia tiaii-greiiuii ol law. Know insr that "pro-"
ciaetitialiou is the thicl ot time,", all intelligent
heiiix apply for tome remedy imgoun as cireiyu-stam-es
j.eriuit ; while tho.-c who do not act npon
the principle that "delays are dangerous," gen
erally tinker, lone more fimrttnd par more money.
Thotisauds of mulht-rs nun dniihlrnt, in all
stations and conditions of Hie, are sitlerinjr, lin
gering and living from tho clients of some dread
eil ami drea.lful '
FeIFIlF com rLAiiMTT"
inai ciaiuiK yi vi. iiois turoiignuul lliu lenglu
and hrcadlli ol'oiir lanil, '-. -. -.. ,
Many females sutler in some way at each
mommy periou ; some yirlsaro in great peril at
the commencement of menstruation, white older
oiief dread its decline at the "turn of life."
Sometimes the nieii-tiual flow in too much, or toe
little, or may ho attended -with pain ; may be .
irregular or entirely checked, or changed in np- .
pc.iT.iice, attended with other distressing symp
toms, l.ciiccorrhicnor the "Whites," freiiient
ly drains tho system, or ulceration of the womb
may crcato pain tiud cause rapid prostration.
r'ullinx ot the womlj is an exceedingly cuninion"
complaint, ivin-; mm li tmuhlo aud distress,
which, under ordinary treatment, is difficult to
Hysterics, Green Pickncps, Irritability of the
vo:u! and otlier serious and fatal complaints,
follo'.v the female sex throughout life. Lives
there a medical gentleman who hug or can relieve
the fair sex of tlie a hove troubles If Not many.
Is there m comliination of medical agents that
Will come lo her rpst-iie t We nnswev, vi s.
The only uvhiiunliMgeii tleriue ionic ami re
male I!e;:nlator known, will euro all those com
plaints almvo mentioned in nn incjedihlo short.
time. Tha Hitters at once nioufes, strengthens
mid restores the womb to its natural condition,
rcmovii: ol striiclions, relieving1 pain and regu
lating ihu mumhty period. Yonder stands a pale,
l u'lile and languid girl, just bursting; into woman
hood : she is the pride of all, but hurl: ! tdie si
len'ly steals a pickle, eats chalk, or a slate pen
cil ; i;o apetite for food ; she turns with n dull
eye and seeks solitude; her eve no longer spar
kles ; her merry laugh is nn longer heard ring
ing through tho air; she mopes about with
bloodless lips and g'.nns, with headache, palpita
tion, constipation, swiminiiig of the head, cold
feet and hands, melancholy; she has a coated
tongue, pll'vnsivr breath, nnda host of other evils
too numerous to mention.
Vi hen mgln led all these symptoms become ng
prnvnted, there is sit k stomach, heartburn, a
line settles tinder the eyes, tlie logs and ankles
ni c swollen, the hair los-js itBghxw and falls off.
there is britt'.ene.-s and splitting in the tinger-nail-,
swoleu a bdoiuen, extreme uervoiisues, liet
Inlness, pains nud urhes, dry cough, Hysterical
l- i.s. vapid prostration, epilepsy an I death ! If
yon, or any of your friends, are thus afflicted,
rend at onn lor a 15.if.lo of l-higliih Female ltit
ter. and be cured. Itscii'octH arc magical in such
complaints. Surely no mother will postpone and
ilel fl'is .ln't until
"T7!a iii i's at i'ii i;:'Duoir"
Ullllllll HI I I II ! I 111 ! IIMH l III mail MfWMMi
lii .ill Inese co'iipl uius llio sysli-in .evidenlly
h--ws,n tvhuf vtt.: "I loo !, and Mr. t'liurchill,
in his woi-1; bn l!ii.;wes of females, says:
"lienring in mind that the blood is remarkably
ilelieient in red corpuK-'.es, and the known prop
erty of iron to ccrrect tciu condition, theory eug
g(s... it its the mi st to be veiled on, the best of
vl ii h is the I'ilriito." l itriite of Iron enters
largely into the composition of reinalc Hitters,
coi.iliineil with powerful vegetable tonics of rare
Among the mounlains of Tennessee and the pi
io'V vooi!jol'Mi-issippi, is found a certain hard
and ilifit ro o, wliicli has beeu in secret use by
some, eld liitdwiTct for many yenrs, possessing
mi.,-'c powers in regulating and restoring all 1c
n.n'.os sniveling with any athction of the womb..
U Ilia rout we have obtained, gavd it fair test in
our practice and it is how oiio or the' principal
ingredients in these Hitters. Other powerful
uterine and gencinl tonics also enter into its
composition. We also add Leptandra or Hlack
root, sullicient to net upon the liver and keep
the bowels open.
LToomTng young girIa
iihl ,ie-a-eil mairous, liiose at the critical peri
od, ami the aged p-audmother, are all cured
by the use of our Knglish Female Hitters, now
presuribe't and used by. physicians all over the
It' you are troubled with Falling of the Womb,,
attended with a sense -of weight and hearing
down pain in the back and side, and other at
ti n laut evils, Kngltsh Female Hitters will give
entire roll'jf..,- : ' , . ..
Those al flic' "titrh' of life," mothers after con
linenient, and all others (male or female) wh
arc convalescents from any piotiMctcd or cebili
tating complaint, whogain strength slowly, and
whose digestion is slow and imperfect, will find
these Hitters the very tning their syetem de
niiinils. It gives a powerful apetite, aids and
assists digestion, arouses the liver, strengthens
tnchtally and physically, and fills the whole sys
tem with prus crimson blood coursing through
'A.i.UUiN tjKUl.-MlOl' Jill'lKKS.
Ihupty Hitter Hollies, of various styles, can he
found around almost every dwelling and cabin
thronghoijt the-land. Their taete is pleasant,
r.nd iirc.aiii.vi d'.s-fi to cure almost every disease,
while tlic niaiitt'fiictnrein know they posMoss'no
nie Ileal properties whatever. The are so many
disguises for escveiUmjfy common h(verajes whiclii
do not, nor cannot possibly euro any' one.
Hcwaie of these pleasing hitters in quart bot
tles, they contaiu a hting for your vitals, and he .
who buys them carries a "toper's" grog into his
house. 1 One man , who knows , nothing about
medicine, says his big bottle is very fancy, cures
all impurities of the blood, makes old men young,
?n.its out devils, rcstqres sight to the blind, and
nuuierous otlier miracles while yet njiotiier,
jwho presumes evry man a drunkard, proposes
to cure coUcJ ingrowing liaits, yellow fever, heart
disease and love-sick maidens t ! "We know they
make no such cures, we know the people at.lajg
are deceived nnit'swinilled, nnd'as we desirt to
ventilate tlitKU eomnion humbugs, make Hue fol
lowing challenge. tu one aud, all ;
ON lT"ii UN f R K h"T)(TLL A HS
1 lint one lablespuouj ul oj L7TisIiTTImm!E
HIT THliScoBtsinsne mueli medicinal properties
ns me bottie of any of the pleasantly tasted com
mon advertised bitters of the day I ; The medical
profession to decide the question- Bo it nnder-
stood that Englibhl'cmale Hitters is Dot bev-
i crge, but is a powerful Iron and Vegetable Tonio
I combined, curing long standing chronic female.
r-eomnlairtts in every drrcelloYr.j r
' l'ut up in large bottles at $T.50 perbOttle, or
six bottles for 8H.0O, and sold by druggistB ami
merchants every where, r :..
j. J.I'. DHOMCiOOLE & CO., Trop's.
1 - . .". i iT ,Z . ..A. Memphis, Tcnn.
D'UOM(JOOJ.K & l.'O.'S HCCIJU.
. The best and cheapest combination for all af
fections of tlic.Kidueys aud Hladder ever offered
to the public. It is prepared by regular physi
cisns and used by the profession.
Trico SI or, six bottles for Sold by Drng-.
gists and merchants everywhere.
J.P. DHOMGOOLE & CO.,
' ' . - Memphis, Tcnn,