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8 W KIT WATER, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1870 a.m. JOHN C. VAldH.f, ImcIiN Edlur. FOR GOVERNOR, OEN. J. O. UIIOWIV, OF GILES COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, Col. A. BLIZARD, Or MCMINN. FOR SENATOR, GEN. JOHN C. VAUGHN, Or MONROE. FOR COUXTT REPRESENTATIVE, HENRY A. CHAMBERS, or MADISON VILLI. Lexington, Ya., ) October 12, 10. a. m. J General Robert E. Lee CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN AND THE Hero of a Hundred Battles BREATHED HIS LAST At SO minutes past nine, this morning Aged 63 years, 8 mouths and 23 days Death, of Robert , Lee. Tbo words which a few days ago hund reds of thousands were dreadiug to hear! have been flashed across the wires, and to ilau ft wnrlil lrimtv iK-it. 1? n l- n t. V. T.i-r ' "the christian eentlcuian and the horo ofM a liundred battles" is dead. Throughout that world the good and pure everywhere mourn his loss, not, perhaps, as wo of the outh who hare lost our leader, guide, counsellor, friend and father mourn, but with a sorrow profound in its depth and sacred in its sincerity. With us wordsj are now of fx? avail. Tbey cannot express our agonized feelings, they cannot build up' our shattered hopes. Our Lee, whom we. delighted to honor and to love and to trust, shall no moro in this life glorify and sus tain his countrymen of the South. W kuew that he was without guile. We knew that the world bad never seen a better Christian nor a braver man. Wc knew that he loved us and our cause with a devotion which recognized no limit save that of an honor untarnished and impreg nable. We know cow that ho has crossed the mysterious river; that he is with Jackson and Polk; that tho glorified trio of saint; are mingling wun tneir praises ot tne Three iu One intercessions for the people and the cause they loved on earth ; and we humbly bow our hoads in submission to the will of Him who doeth all tbingsiJ well. M The Speaking on Saturday. A large and interested audience were in attendance here Saturday to hoar Messrs. Clementson and Bradford speak on the political issues now before tho people Both gentlemen acquitted themselves with rodit, which their well-known capac ity and the fact of their both' being on the right side rendered an easy task. Colonel Bradford referred earnestly and eloquently to the dangers threatening re publican institutions in this country,! institutions which must before long be destroyed unless the schemes of designing and treacherous Radical leaders are thwart ed by the good sense and patriotism of the peoplo. He spoke of the many wrongs which had already been inflicted on a free, pcuple by an unscrupulous and constitu tion-defying Congress, and trusted thatSunturned to accomplish results so desira- tho term of power of the men now com pDsing it was fast drawing to a closo. He expressed the deepest personal interest in the welfare of tbe whole country, whiclisj could only be secured by an honest impartial administration of affairs. Col-! ouel Bradford's remarks wera listened to with marked attention, and we are sorry that we cannot eive our readers an ex tended report of them. lion. John 01. Ulenientson followed id one of bis best efforts. He never fails to interest an audience, and on this occa sion was peculiarly successful in vindicat ing the principles of the great party cp pused to' fiadicalism. Laying aside person-, al interests, he, like Colonel Bradford, iV animated, only with a desire to see the n'ht triumph, and a laudable ambition tnjuischarge bis duty in tbe great contest which ia going on. , Our candidate for Representative, . Mr. II. A.- Chambers, and for the Senate, Cenoral John C. Vaughn, each made at, few well-titndd remarks and thus cIosedi: iW of ibjr.iQst pleasant, and profitabl pulitical meetings it has been our fortunef fur a long time to attend. Mulmns, who used to electrify the world by bis eloquence in Congress, wantsKj to get baok to that body. We know of no .lijection to his doing so except on theuryvillo on Monday, the 24tb, at Athens on pt-rt oUia lato couBtituents. K . General Browa's Position. General Brown has stated distinctly: That he is not the advocate of seces sion and never was in favor of it. That the platform of the Convention which nominated him regarded as uncon stitutional the peculiar legislation to en force the Fifteenth Amendment, butdoe not touch the amendment itself. That be wants free trade and no tariff, exoept oue for revenue. That he makes no war upon the public debt, is not in favor of repudiation, and would never dream of repudiating an hon est debt. That be wauts to see this country per petuated, and its flag float for all tune to couio over an undivided people. lit is ready to defend that flag and would lay down his life in defence of it. Notwithstanding General Brown thus distinctly announces his position, and that of all his supporters, tho Radical politi cians of Tennessee, headed by Horace Mayuard for he is tho brains of his par ity in this State try to mako the peoph believe that treason and secession lie lurk ing in every line of the Nashville plat form, and bristle iu every hair of each one of its defenders. Perhaps the result of the November eleetiou will show that even in this Congressional District theirs dupes are iu the minority. te Recent Elections. The Democratic party has mado decid d gains in the States of Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, as proved by the re cent elcctious. Altogether the Radicals have lost eight or nine Congressmen. The State Democratic ticket was carried in In diana by a majority of over two thous and. The rst significant defeat tho Radi cals have met with was that of Schenck of Ohio. Hq. was the peculiar champiot 9f the protectionists, and every effort was made to'seeuro his election. As it is, it is very doubtful whether Congress will admit his gallant and successful competi tor. Lewis 1. Campbell. Jlo is not one of their kind. The War News. At last a gleam of hope can be soen for the French cause. Tho telegraph, which has been bringing almost daily news ofw unaccountable Prussian triumphs, has sud dcnlv chanced its tune. The gallant Ba- zaine has fought his way out of Mez, in ictina sovere iniury on the enemy, liis iiarmv is rapidly reorganizing, and he will soon be able to act lately and with etiect General Trochu is said to have led a bril liant sortie from the walls of Paris re pulsing tho enemy in every direction. The victory has caused immense cnthusi asm. The bombardment of Paris has Dot commenced, and in view of recent events and the tact that Jiismarok is reported as becoming very anxious to effect a peace,' there is reason to hope that tho beautiful city may be spared such a fate. East Tennessee. The Union and American says : Wcj have by private letters, and otherwise,' most gratifying accounts from East Ten-I nessee. The nomination of Gen. Vaughn in the 7th Senatorial Dittrict gives gen eral satisfaction, and Senator Clementson will support him heartily. The prospect is good tor tne election ot riinsard oven Maynard in the 2d Congressional Dis- tnct, and of White over Kandom Uutlor,! Taylor and McKinney, in the 1st. We trust the friends of constitutional liberty iud good government will leave no stone ma those districts. When James Saxton. editor of the plCanton Repository, the oldest paper in Ohio, heard of the battle of Sedan, and the capture of the Emperor, he wrote and published an account of tbe event in n column parallel with a reprint of the ac count he wroto and published in the same rapaper of thesurronderof Napoleon at Wa terloo, in 1815. He is the only editor probably, in tho world who has writton of the exit of both Napoleons in the same paper. In answer to the call of many of the best citizens of. Knoxvj.lle Mr,. Charles M. fjMcGhce has consented to become acandi- jdate for the Legislature. We imagine this to bo a ease in which real saorihees will be made by tho candidate for the ifpeople's good. Such things are often talKea about, nut seiaom occur. Colonel Blizard and Mr. .Maynard speak to-day at Montgomery, Morgan county, which winds up their joiut ap pointments, as heretofore published. We have the'stfongest faith that our candi date is gaining friends for himself and his cause, and expect to see the fact demon- Mstratod on election day. . The candidates will speak at Knoxville on Saturday next, the 22d inst., at Mary-! lth 2Cth aud at Cleveland on tna X7tn. ROBERT S. LEE. Publio Expression of Borrow by Ova A Citiaens. At a meeting of the citizens of Sweet water and vioinity held on Saturday af ternoon last, 10 express weir griei at tne death of General Robert E. Lee, Coloneli John i. Kamsey was called to preside and a committee appointed to prepare proper resolutions. A beautiful and touching address was delivered by Rev. W. II. Crawford, him self a native of the State which gave to the world the illustrious man of whose virt ues he so eloquently spoko. At an adjourned meeting held at the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday morning Rev. W. W. Morrison, in a few well- chosen words, paid a feeling tribute to the memory of our dead chieftan, afterM which the following resolutions were idopted. As will be soon they are, with light alteration, the appropriate resolu tions adopted in the city of Chattanooga : Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, In Ilia infinite wisdom, to remove from this earth General R. E. Lee : therefore, be it Resolvtd, That we, the ex-Confederate sol lien and other citizens of Sweetwater and vi .initv, holding in the highest regard the life inl ohartK'ter of this grand and heroic chieftain, .10 hereby desire to express our protound sorrow it his death, our unmixed admiration of his life and pure character, and do tender to his be reaved runny our most earnest sympathy at n! loss in which a nation shares. I Resolved, That we do express our conviction that no nobler spirit ever pvsed from cartli ; that he was a man, In his honor impregnable, in his simplicity sublime; no country ever had 1 truer son, no cause a grander champion, no people a bolder delender, no principle purerl advocate. Tho cause for which lie struggled is lost; th people for whom he fought are criwhcd ; the hopes in which he trusted are shuttered ; but his fame consigned to the keeping of that time, which happily is not so much the tomb of virtue net ltd alixina ghall In VAUia ia OAina fit-it modest worth to noble ends. A bereaved peo-n jn."u uiuill u 11 1 Lit aiiv "wim TC.Il iuuuijr VIII1UII H.,i ,..... ,.,..!. 1 ;n 11.. ..:.. '3 rum, and history will cherish him among those hoico spirits, who, holding consciences unmix ed with blame, have beon, in all conjunctures, "Irue to themselves their country and then God." The Colored Voters Speak. Near Kelso, 8th Civit Dist., Monroe Co., Oct. 1570. Gen. Vaughn Dear Sir Wo, the ncolorol voters of this district are glad ti hoo you aro a candidate for the Legisla ture, several of us have known you sino we were plow boys together, and always round you a true triena to us and out race. The black man, slave or free, al ways found a true friend in you, aud we intend to lay aside all party feelings and support you freely, and in doing so we feel certain that you will advocate, if eleot elected,such laws as will do equal justice to all men, black as well as white, and the poor as well as the rioh. We know wheri to count you, and whon you tell us you aretf?rate 8um g'lt erate after tney bom. tor a certain measure, or promise us any thing, we ieel certain it will be done. You were an officer in the Confederate ar my we all know, but we believe you and your friends aae our true friends, and wc can safely say so to the colored voters all over this district, and we ask them to for got their prejudices and conn out and sup- port you and our friends. The action of j the late State Convention which made a; new constitution granted tbe black man more than any other party ever did before,! and we know that we have more rights here in Tennessee than our race hare in many of the Northern Slates. We are here al lowed to sit on juries and hold office, and in fact we have all the privilegesany white El man has, and these privileges and rights were granted us by a convention whose! President, General John C. Brown, and nearly all its members, were in the rebel army and men who sympathized with them Therefore, no colored man need doubt any longer who their friends are, and so far as we are concerned we shall support those whom we know and can trust. Alexander Dyer, Poter Garden, John Harris, Austin Satterwhile Rufus Walker, Charles Hunt, , John MoDermott, Esau Carden, Jackson Tyler. Megro Testimony A Test Case. The grand jury of the United States Circuit Court yesterday returned an in dictment against Hop Price. Judge of the Louisville City Court, for refusing to re-j ceive tbe testimony of a negro against a white man, who had been arrested upon . i. i. .... .i tne cnarge oi assault ana Dattery on tne negro. The laws of the .Commonwealth conflict with the amendment to tho Con stitution of the United States relative to uegro testimony, and Judge Prioe, con jceiving it his duty to support the uution of Kentucky in preference to all! lotner laws, rendered his decision in ao- jcordance therewith. The punishment for jthe offense is a fine not exceeding ?1,0UL). !or imprisonment not exoeeding one year, or both, at the discretion of the court. Louisville Courier-Journal, 15th. A correspondent of the Press and moiaiu, nuifiug iiuui viaiuuiiio uuuuvjfj' isays that Colonel Blizard has fully sus-j tained his cause there, and predicts that She will carry the county. A powder magazine exploded at Al exandria, Virhinia, on the 17th instantiSOC'ts to $5 per Evening at Home j p. t-;n3 Th; - lfi L ana liny persons were Kiiiea. jjisasier iafter disaster seems to follow fast and fol low faster in the good old State. A hurricane, followed by an inunda tion, visited the Island of Cuba on the' night of the 17th. The interior of the island, baok of Matamas, is desolated. The loss of life was fearful and is estima-J ted at two thousand. Religious services bave been in pro gress for several days at the Presbyterian Church in this town. The meetings are very well attended' and much interest is manifested. ' " . Chips. An all-marina bore-all-of-us it not an unuau 1 phenomenon in a newspaper office. Th Prussians will not mind a winter cam-. paign if the French make it hot for them. An Indiana Judge has been named "Old Necessity" because he knows no law. Incendiaries hare made another attempt to destroy Cuthbert, Oa. 8ome parts of Texas show a gain of fifty-si if percent, since 18G0. Gen. Lee had accepted an Invitation to bn present at the Augusta Fair. Florida has gained in population about sixty thousand since the census of 1860. There are two men in Montgomery, Ah whose joint weight is not over 130 pounds. The mates of the ship Brooklyn fought each other with axes, in Mobile harbor, the other day. They were both sent to the hospital. In Marshal county, Miss., the wild turkeys are reported as dying of the chicken cholera which has for some years been very fatal to the domestic poultry of that eonnty. Mr. John C. Williams, a well-known citizen of Fayetteville, N. C, was found dead in the creek near that town, Tuesday of last week, with f his keck broken. He is supposed to have fallen frnm.r.reeimceahote the water of the erek.rS n.n.,..j...:Hi,M..t tu. t ...... r J r mumi.j uiui J. iic u.i.o iuFitiiici ui Maryland oyster vessels, who were confined inaatantly on hand an Immense stock of lumber &c. jail at DrummonJtown, Accoinac county, Va., broke jail and escaped, and have reached theirn homes in Maryland. The vessels are still held by the Virginia authorities and are strongly guarded. A set of handsome silver ware, of the value of $160, is to be presented to the most popular lady at the Catholic Fair in Atlanta which i: tobe hold this week. The lady receiving the highest vote is to be entitled to the prize. It to be presented by "three of the most prominentia members of the Slipper Club of Columbus, Ga.' The Radicals of Iroquois county, 111., hopinpsj to decoy the topperncad vote, liave nominated Thos. Vennum for the Legislature. We learn that the State Executive Committee, of the Radical party, are to meet in Nashville to-day. For what pur pose the Committeo is to meet we are not informed, but suppose it is to withdraw the "Old Lady" from the candidacy for Governor and place a man on the track who can compcto with Gen. Brown. Gen. Brown has returned to his home in Middle Tennessee, and after filling n list of appointments in the other two Di visions of the State, will return to East Tennessee and make a few more speeches before the close of the canvass. We have not yet seen a list of bis appointments. From Josh Billings. Office ov "Josh Billings Farm- ) ers Almanax for 1871." ( Mi Dear Editor: Sum men aro born .sum have grateuess hove upon them, and sum aint troubled with neither. But (mi dear phollo) the objekt in writ ing this epistol iz not this, but to in font) you that i shall let loose about the mid dle ov Oktober,I870, " Josh Billings Far mers Allmanax for 1871." No family who keeps a too hoFS car riage should be without this Allmantix. A anshunt Knower, phull ov phaith, let slip the pure and innocent duv from his Ark, so doth i let slip this Allmanax, and hope it wont oome back. All good housewifes will find in this Allmanax how to trane up their husbands in tho way they should go, and they wont depart from it, and also bow tew make a slap jax. To the weary wanderer this Allmanax will be a gide board, showing the nearest cut to the next town, and to the sorry a soda fountain ov gimnastio delight. Ihis Allmanax gives tbe biography, et imology, syntax, and prosidy of bugs, beasts and little cod fishes, and telta n., with the fondness ov a step parent, theg right time to trade oph a dog. In konklushun, it gives me grate plcz iuiu uv avium a, That kussid are lobsters and milk fora Msupper, for they hav no bowells ov mercy nor mercy for bowells. " With grato flexibility of karacter, I am jour limber frieud, Josh Billings, Allminaoter. New Advertisements- OCTOBER, 1H7(), J. & P. COATS'i BEST SIX-COED 18 NOW TUB ONLY consti-SThread put up for the American market which SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS, From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusive. For Hand and Machine. i 1 A A DAT FOR ALL. Stencil Tool earn (tfUU pies mailed free. A. J. FULLAM 645, Broadway, N. Y. $25 A DAY 140 new articles for Agents. Samples free. U. B. SHAW, Alfred, Me ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. Prizes cashed and information furnished byfi utUKUB uruAM, rrovmence, it. l. We are crenared to furnish profitable employ ment to Men and Women at their homes. One oerson in each locality throughout the United States, can engage in this business at great wages W. Anr1 tail full nrtiinlaia nrl A vnlnnhlp sample, which which will do to oommence work!! on. Any person seeing this notice, who wtintsf! profitable, permanent worn, should seno us tneir address, without ueny. Jts. J. allmn & yj, Augusta, Maine. - - ' "u 1 A VOID QUACKS. A viotim of early indis-' fx A. cretiou, causing nervous debility, prema ture decay, sc., having tried in vain every ad- jverused remedy, has a simple means oi soli-cure which ha will send free to his fellow-sufferers. I Address J. H. T UTILE, 78 Nassau-st.,N. Y. New Advertisements. SIXTV-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED. TIIli?GItEA.X Southern Piano M A N U FACTORY. B WIfl. KNAEE & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF GRAND, SQUARE AND ITRIG1IT PI AJNO -FORTES, BALTIMORE, ML). N These Instruments hare been before the public lor nearly thirty years, and upon their excel lence uione attained an Unpurchased I'rc-emi-nciice, which pronounces them unequalled. Their TONE combines groat power, sweetness aud fine sing ing quality, ss well an great purity of intona- t ion nml Sweetness throughout the eutire scale, l'hcir TOICll is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from the "UtTness found in o in 'ay Pianos. IN WORKMANSHIP ue7 nr V """8 " .no very tfShosI HRriVF.n uiTt-niAi.. ih lariti lnri'n cit nithl m-' jgployed ln our ousmees enabling us to keep con- . . , . . . All our Square ri.inos have our New Improv ed Over Strung Scale, and the Agrall'e Treble.' 82y" Wo would call spoeiiil attention to our late improvements in 0I1AND PIAN'03 AND: SQUARE tiltANDS, Patented Augut 14, 18CG. which bring the Fiano nearer pirtection than has yet been attained. I Every Piano fully Warranted ft.r 5 Years. We have made arrangements for tho Sole Wuolksalk AtiENfY for the most celebrated: FARLOU ORGAN'S AND ME1.ODE0NS, which we offer. Wholesale and Retail, at Lowest Fac-I tory Trices. Y M . K N A B E & (. f. , Beplo-bm liuluinore, lild. A CHEAT MEDICAL DISCOVER Dr. "WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS 2 Hundreds of Thousands Bear twttmony to their Wonder Jul (Juratlvo Effects. kE.it 0 13 i WHAT ARE THEY? f? THE7 ARK NOT A VILE & sFANCY DRINK, Pi I Martoof Poor Hum, VVhlnkey, Proof Bnlrln autllCrftiRD l.lqiirirn doobored. flploed ftndvweeW card to iileaactlictisto, called "Tocica,"" Appetiz ers, ' " BonUircrf," c., that lead tlio tippler on to (trun';jnncs anil ruin, but aro a trno Mcdlcloo, made from tho Native Roots aad ncrba of Callforiila.free from nil Alrohollo Stimulants. They are the (illlCAT UL(IOl) I'L UIFlElt and A LIFE SITING PRINCIPLE spcrftct Renorator and InvUrorator of the Sy6tem, carrjlnft ofT al l jioinonous matter aad restoring Uio blood to a healthy condition. No person cm talio these Bitten according to direc tion and remain long unwell. S1IIO will be (riven for an lnenrablc caso.provldod t!ie bones aro not destroyed by mineral poison or etlifr means, and the vital organs n astcil beyond the point of repair. For Iiiflnniinntory nod Chronic Ilhcuma. tiHin and (lout, DynpcpBln, or Indigestion, HI lions. Remit tent nnd Intermittent Fevers Diseases of the Blood, I.lver, Kidneys and Tllaildor, tliese Bittern bsvo been most snccess ful. Such Diseases aro caused by Vitiated Blond , which Is generally prodacodby derangement of the Dieostlvo Onions. DYSPEPSIA OK INDIGESTION, Head, ache, Fain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Soar Eractutlons of the Stomach, BadtaBto ln the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation ot the Lungs, Tain In the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, aro the offsprings of Dyspepsia. They invigorate thestomach.andstlmulate the tor pid liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled efflcacy in cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and Imparting new life and vigor to the wuolo system. . FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptlons.Tettcr.Salt Rbuctn, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls.Car bnnclcs, Ring-Worms, Scold Head, Boro Eyes, Eryslp.' elaa, Itch, Scurfs, Dtscoloratlons of the Skin, Bnmors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system ln a short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle In such cases will convlnco tho most Incredulous of their curative effect. Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find Its lmpurlUcsbnrstlogthrongh the Bktn InPImplcs, Erup tions or sores ; cleanse ltwhen younnd It obstructed and sluggish in tho veins ; cleanse It when It is foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure and the health of tho system will follow. PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurklugln the system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy ed and removed. For fall directions, read carefully the circular around each bottle, printed ln four lan guagesEnglish, German, French and Spanish. J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. MoDOJf AXD & CO., Druggists aad Oen. Agents, San Francisco, Col. and 32 and 34 Commerce Street, New Tork. tr SOLD BT ALL DRUGOI8T8 AND DEALERS. is Homo Manufacture ! II AM NOW l'REPARED TO VITRNISH THE very best nualitv of Hoine-Made btioes,1 of the best mnterlal anu gotten up in workman like manner. -I ulso pay the liiiihest 'prices for Hi'ics and offer to those withing to purchase as good Leath er as can be obtained in this section. sep29 4t. , D. I1EISKELL.. W, B. MeKELDIN Sc CO., Manufacturers, Wholesale k Retail Dealers in Rough. & Finished Leather, : Boots and Shoes, 1ATHENS, TENNBS8.EE.. Ocoee House, aCTLE VELAN D TENN "J.; M. O. Monday Propr, - vJ ;W. DUITOAN, JIvI.;D., Philadelpliia . . . . ........ Tenn., ILL devote his entire attention to the Prac tice of Medicine. -OVl?;3m. s 11 111 f, ll h IVvM i 3 2ai y4pv u 'is L. k a yT-. 1 I S " 2 3 1 -V t T-i '-f " " K -o o . r- Jr I G W i 5t OS'S or New Advertisements. SICKNESS PAIN AND DEATH Legitimately result as penalties for violations of uatural lawi, from which nono escape. The faded cheek, the pale aud wan features. the dull eys, the clouded intellect, the deep hear ing sign, me iceoie anu emacisica irame, the dejected brow, the tottering gait, all indicate pre vious transgrcesion of law. Knowing that "pro crastination is the thief of time," all intelligent beingsapply for some remedy at toon as circum stance permit ; while those who do not act upon the principle that "delays are dangerous," gen erally linger, lone more (im and pay uicue mono. Thousands of mothers ana dHUgbten, in all etat:ons and conditions of life, are suffering, lin gering and dying from the effects of some dread- ml ami rtrenillul l EMALE COMPLAINT. " fhut claim its vitioii throughout tho length mil breadth of our Unit, Many females ut!er in some way at each monthly period ; souic girls are in grent peril at the commencement of menstruation, while older ones dread its decline at the "turn of life." Sometimes tho menatru;il How is too much, or too little, or mny he attended with pain ; my be irregular or entirely checked, or changed in ap pearance, attended with other distressing symp toms. Leuccorrhoea, or the "Whites." frequent ly dr&ine the sjstcm, or ulceration of the womb may create pain and cause rapid prostration. Falling of the womb is an eieeedinelr common complaint, giving much trouble and distress, which, under ordinary treatment, is difficult to cure. Hysterics, Green Sickness. Irritability of the womb aud other serious and fatal comDluint. lollow the female sex throughout life. I.ivr Sthere a medical gentleman who has or can relieve ' tne lair sex of the above troubles 7 Not manv. Is there no combination of medical agents that Will come to Iter rescue f We answer, vcs. ENGLISH FKMALK BITTERS, tne only acknowledged t-lcriiielouToaninrT- tnsle Kcgulator known, will euro all thoso com plaints above mentioned in an incredible short time. 1 he Bitters at once aroutes, strengthens and restores tho womb to its natural condition, l-uiuuviog uusu-ucuoiiB, relieving pain ana recu- Atingthe monthly period, londer stands a nale. feeble and luneuid eirl, just bursting into wornnn- jhoud : uhu is the prido of all, but hark I she si "lently steals a pickle, eats chalk, or a slate pen- i-ii , uu uanc iu, iuou ; me turns wun a aim eve and seeks solitude ; her eye no longer spar kles ; her merry hutch is no loaecr heard rine- ng throueli the air: she mooes about with bloodless lips and gums, with headache, palpita tion, constipation, swimming of the bend, told icet una unnas, melancholy ; she has a coated tongue, offensive breath, and a host of other evils too ntlmerous to mention. When neglected all these srtnotoms become az- ravatcd, there is eick utoumch, heartburn, a tine settles under the eyes, the luc and ankles are swollen, tbo hair loses its gloss and falls off. there is britllencss and splitting in tbe finger nail, swolon sbdomen. extreme nervousnen, fret fulneM, pains and aches, dry cough, Hysterical rim, rapia proeiration, epilepsy ani ueath I ir you, or any of your friends, arc thus afflicted. nend tit once for a Bottle of English Female Bit- crsanrt ticcured. ltsenocts are magicnlinsuch omplaints. ."urcly no mother will postpone and ielny this tlntv until DEATH IS AT THE DOOii. in nil these complaints t tie system evidently liowif a want of red blco 1, and Mr. Churchill. n his work on Diseases of Females, says: 'Bearing in mind that tho blood is remarkably Icticiswit in red corpuscles, and the known prop erty ot iron to correct tele coodttiou, theory ntg- upi u uB-inc mosi to oe rcuea on, the best or wlucli in tlio Citrate." Citrate of Iron enter argely into the composition of Female Bitters, ombiiicd with powerful vegotable tonics of rare (ii a li; Tee. Amontr tbe mountains of Tennessee and the ni- ney woods of Mississippi, is found a certain hard met Uinty root, wbich has been in secret use bv nine old midwives for many years. rosBtssimr magic powers in regulating snd restoring all fe- muics sunering witn any tnccticn of the womb. nits root yv have ohtsined, cave It afnirte6t in our praolica and li is now one of tho principal ingredients in these Bitters. Other powerful ttennc and geneial tonics alio enter into its imposition. We also add Leptandra or Blsck i-oot, sufficient to act uron the liver and keen the bowels nncn. BLOOMING YOUiNG GIKL?, Middk'-ajed matroiisTtboaTTTnenncTrpeTT od, and the aged grandmother, are all cured by tho use of our Enclieh Femalo Bitters, now aprescribed and used ny physicians all over the country. If you aro troubled with Falling of the Womb, attended with a senee of weight and bearing, down pain in the back and side, and other at tendant evils, English Female Bitters will cWe Sentiro relief. loose at the "turn of life," mothers after con finement, nnd nil others (male or female) who nre convalescents from any piotracted or debili tating complaint, who gain strength slowly, and whoao digestion is slow and imperfect, will find these Bitters the very thing their system de mands. It gives a powerful apetite, aids and assists digestion, arouses the liver, (tTongtheas menially and physically, and fills the whole sys tem with prus crimson blood coursing through us cntiuneiB. "HlhVlMUN (jiKUU-tiHOr Ml'ikl Empty Bitter Bottles, of various stylos, conbe found around almost every dwelling and cabin throughout tbo land. Their taste is pleasant, nd are advertised to cure almost every disease, while the manufacturers know they possess no medical properties whatever. Tbe are so many disguises for exceedingly common beverages which do not, nor cannot possibly cure any one. ' beware ot these pleasing bitters In quart bot tles, they contain a sting for your vitals, and ha wno Duys mem carries a "toper's" grog into his house. Ono man who knows nothing about medicine, says his big bottle is very fancy, cures all impurities of the blood, make old men young, p.. noio uuiueiim, reotoree signi io lot onna, ana nnumcrous other niirueles : wliil vt. ninth who presumes every man a drunkard. Drorjoses to cure colic, ingrowing nails, yellow fever, heart disease and love-sick maidens 1 1 We know tbey make no such cures, we know tbe people at large- aau ugwiTcii uu Bwiuuieu, ana as we desire to ventilate these common humbugs, make the fol. lowing challenge to one and all : ' ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR lhat one tablespoonjul of L'liUiJll t'EMALfi: BITTERS contains as much medlclnarpropertles as one bottit of any of the pleasantly tasted com mon advertised bitters of the day 1 The medioat profession to decide the question. Be it under stood that English Female Bitters is not a bev erge, but is a powerful Iron and Vegetable Tonio combined, curing long standing chronio female complaints in every direction. - Put up In large bottles at 11.80 per bottle, or six bottles for $8.00, and sold by druggist! and. uiwvusuii everywnere. J. V. DttOMUOOLE & CO., Prop's. Memphis, Tenn. DROMGOOLE k CO.'S BUtfitT Tbe best and cheapest combination for all of. feet ions of the Kidneys and Bladder ever offered to the public. It is prepared bv reeular nhvai. dsns and used by the profession. ' Price 91 or, six bottles for 15. Bold by Drug gists and merchants everywhere. J. P. DROMGOOLE ft CO., . . i Memphis, lean..