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Hart's Vegetable Extruct, IS the only remedy that can b relied on for the per manent cur ofSpinal Complaints, Spasmodic Contractions. Irritation ot the IN er t es. IServous or Sick Headache, Nervous Tremors, Neuralgic Affec lion. Apoplexy. Paralypis, General Debility , Deri eiency ot Nervous and Physical Energy, and all Ner oon Disorders, including the most dreadful of all d 'ses that ever affect the human race Epilepsy, or Falling Sickness, Hysterical Fits, Convulsions, Spasms, &c. This disease CQUsiüta in a sudden deprivation of the senses, accompanied with a violent convulsive mo tion of the whole body. It attacks by tits, and after sectaiu duration goes off, generally leaving the suf ferer , in a stupor, attended with great weakness and (exhaustion ot the body. , Doctor Hart would impress it upon the minds oi .the afflicted, that the Vegetable Extract is the only remedy ever discovered that can be relied on for tht permanent cure of this most dreadful of all diseases. As its tendency is to insanity, madness and death, the most Skilltul Physicians of Europe, as well a those of our own country, have pronounced Epilepsy incurable. And it has been so considered by many, until this most important of all discoveries was made by Doctor S. Hart, nearly sixteen years since, during which time it has been performing some of the most KxmarkableCcrzs upon record, and has acquired a reputation which time alone can efface. Physician tundoubted skill and experience. Ministers of va rious denominations, as well as hundreds of our emi nent citizens, all unite in recommending the use ol this truly valuable medicine to their patients, charge, and friends, who are thus afflicted, as the only rein edy. Wi Qcott TDK Laxgogk used by those who have tvn r,,T0 hv fhi valuable medicine. One says. 1 have suffered beyond roy power of description, but now 1 rejoice in being tullf restored to health and happiness." Another says, Ml thank God 1 feel that lama well man. 1 also fiel it my duty to proclaim it m ihm nH .f the earth, that those similarly amict 1 may find relief- Another, (who is an Lmixext Lawteb, nd well known in this city.) says, "My son has been afflicted for years with Epilepsy, but is now enjoying good health from the Vegetable Ex tract. Its fame," says he, "should and ought to be founded to the ends of the earth," Another says, "Lan-maae is entirely inadequate to express my grat itude to Dr. Hart, for having been the means, under th hJjQQir. f r.rA of restoring me to the enjoyment itf trnnA kalth altar having been afflicted with Ep ilepsy in its worst forms for more than twenty-three yesrs and my morning snd evening oblauon ol praise and thanksnving shall continue to ascend to that bod who has afflicted but to make me wnoie. r-r, nfturrntv aeven years and six of this Truly Wonderful aawu.My VMS Read the following remarkable case of the son of Wm. Secore, req., ot rnuaaeiyiu. Epileptic Fits twenty seven years and six months. After traveling through England, Scotland, Ger a rnn., ronsultiwr the most eminent physicians, and expending for medicine, medical treatment and advice three thousand dollars re turned with his son to this countnr, in November last, without receiving any benefit whatever, and was cured by using Hast' Vegetable Extract. Mr. Wm.Secore's Letter to Dr. Hart: I have spent over three thousand dollars for med icine and medical attendance. 1 wasadvwed to take a tour to Europe with him. which I did. I first vis ited Englsnd. I consulted the most eminent physi cians there in respect to his esse; they examined him and prescribed accordingly. I remained there three nonihs without perceiving any chanea for the better, which cost me about two hundred and fifty dollars, pocketed by the physician, and tl most that I receiv ed was their opinion that ro7 son's case was hopeless and Positively Ixccrablz. I accordingly left En gland, traveled through Scotland, Oerraanv and France, and returned home in tie month of Novem ber fast, wiUi my son as far from being cured as when Heft. 1 saw your advertisement in one of the New York papers, and concluded to try Hart's V egetable luxtract, seeing your statements and certificates of so many cures, some of twenty and thirty years stand ing, and I can assure you 1 am not sorry 1 did so, as by the uae of Han's Vegetable Extract alone, he was rs-tored to IERFECT HeaLTU. His raion, which was so far gone as to unfit him for business, is entirely re stored, with the prospect now before him ot file, k...i.L ..4....r,ino.. If in how 23 vesrsof ace. iiiiui iuu ibuh.. z . . i v m . i and 27 years 6 months of this time has been rmeted with this post dreadful of diseases, but, thank God, is now enjoying good health. Now, sir, faith without works I don't believe in. T.M. I Ka arr irriteful Ul YOU 19 One t llinc and as I here encloao you one hundred dollars. 1 have, no doubt but you will think this another and quite a different thing The debt of gratitude 1 still owe you. but please accept this amount as interest on the debsiAaed, lLlJAM SECORE. AtuAktr remarlahle Cure performed by the vie ot I lirt' $ Vegetable Extract. it j .. .r..r Doctor II art: It IS Wim no smaii ucgTee oi grauu ih.t I m enabled to announce to you the com Diet restoration to health of my daughter, by the use of your Vegetable Extract. At tho age of six years, iher ae at present is sixteen) she was first attacked L.:.u .t;,Hr.Aful malady called Epileptic Fits: and until she commenced taking the Extract, she sutlered with attacks of fits, almost incessantly, and so se verely as to threaten to drive rcasou from its throne, Idiotic. Phvicisns pronounced her incurable, and cauld do aothuig more for her. We had almost despaired of a cure when hearing of the remarkable cures performed bv the Vegetable Extract, we determined to give it a . rpL . ..i ATorwIr) mir mostssnimine ex- trial, i n iraun"-- - ucctation, as by its use she is free from a most dread ri I.A., mnA rt.-krpd to PeKFFXT HEALTH. IUI miMu,,. v ---- - - - - . i r Should any one teei uesuou u ernB irci.iui scertaining the particulars ol the case, such wish may be gratified by calling on or addressing a letter T nast-Daid. at my residence, two miles from the illatre of Yonkers, Westchester. New York ullage oi ion v, nr.NSLOW. Yonkers N.Y. Ttfcinr.Worm.CostivenMi, &.c, wilt produce tkis disorder. In all such cases the egetable Ex tract ie the only medicine which can be relied on with any rWree of safety. Mothers who hare small chddren shfuld remember this. Mast a Cniu,the oast year, LXas suffered with this complaint, and has been .-iven over by physicians to die, has Deen resiorea oy iwT?.. r L,7V.hntihi of Hart's Veiretable Extract. Wf"uu WUliam Anderson." North Fourth street. Williamburgh, aged - nvrnths, had fiu con .iht weeks. A consultation of physi sianuy v - decided that the case was a fians,:!" . :;7 h child must die. WWlstthe Vl Tin th s dangerous state Mr. Anderson call 51 my Xe and I obtained a bottle of the Extract JrainKred it to the child, and the result was a per cSm; Robert McGee. corner of Sullivan uni Prince sueeVs, New York, wasverely aftUcted Äts. in thiscase ply-.sns held. con- saltation and Cecwea nai mrjiuui "'i'l1:. - ...,r. mnt rffcict tsown cure, or the boy LusUie Tl VwiabU Extract was administered S mm whilst in a tit, by one of the attending physi io mm u . most instantaneous. The 5ianl- .VL.::; -nH .he bor restored to health. M r nw waa wi., -"Ti ' iiknntth.mMl icine" in my no. If I n av'oid it, for fear that some to??he-?e7of my children msy . be Htscked in the medicine invaluable. If etieä ssys,"l snsu '. .-".-- Ituc J"i ,fm .A fobirlkil mini tM.wm e w,"T. i iS fallowing persons, who w!VTnTUrby ÜTingHart'. Vegetable Extract it r mith N. Y Custom iiouse. i! WS twenlTI. 2 ll.mmei.lr. I. KJSl! Norfolk Mymix rn,; rvhen tWuswds .... i tt it. ririi17 DOT I tW t aw - who"i SVtÄUni under-tKe hand .fd dnjd m ? ind farina thai every attack may prove luKr"f:Tf' Jrmanent relief and be restored to is im, 7 ' ' ; :ü; . lebrated medicine P'Z. e:e."r..;:;ttCxRTir!CATES, Have been re Ä 20 00 rb,i ,-TrA.I n-iinhrtrM for transporta t;an ?1 32t S any Part of the United States, Teias, lion, and sent to any V",.n.nM u Xf 1 1 ru M exico, and West inaie-. "Cfo . utuMin 3d and 4th. Cincinnati U. HpSiy C.UFXL,Evanville Indiana. nnnnilr' Dr .Town sen d's Compound E SAItSAPAIIILLA. This Extract is Dut ud in auart bottles it is six times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior to any sold. It cures dwea es w ithout vomiting, pur ging, sickening or debilitating tne patient, and is particularly adapted for a The great beauty and supeiiority of this Sarsapa- rilla over all other remedies is, while it eradicates dis ease, it vigorates the body. Consumption cured Cleanse and strengthen Cunsumption can be cured Bronchitis, consumption, liver complaint, colds, coughs,caarrh, asthma, spitting of blood, sore ness in the chest, hectic flush, night sweats, difficult or proluse expectoration and pain in the side, &c, nave and can lie cured. Probably there never was a remedy that has been so successful in desperate case of consumptions this; it cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to neat tne ulcers on tne lungs, and tne patients grad ually regains their usual health and strength. cubiocs cask or coxscMrriox. There is scarcely a day passes but there ares num ber of cases of Consumption reported as cured by the useolUr. lownscnd's barsapanlla. 1 he following was recently received. Dr. Towxsexd Dear Sin For the last three years I have been afflicted with general debility, and ner vous consumption of the last stage, and did not ex pect to ever gain my health at 11. After going hriough a course of medicine under ifre care of some of the most distinguished regular physicians and members of the Board ot Health in New York and elsewhere, an 1 spending the most of my earnings in attempting to regain my health, and after reading in some paper of your Sarmparilla 1 resolved to try it. After using six bottles 1 tound it done me great good and called to see you at your office, with your sd- vice I kept on, and do most heartily thank, you for your advice. 1 persevere in tsking the Sarsaparilla, and have been able to attend to my usual labors for the last three months, and 1 hope by the blessing of (Jod and your arsaparilla to continue my health. .: helped me beyond the expectations of all that knew my case.- JIIAKL.ES tJUIMUY Orange, Essel Co. N.J., Aug. 2, 1847 State of New Jersey. Essex County, ss. Charles Quimby being sworn according to law, on his oath itn, that the foregoing statement is true according to the best of his knowledge and belief. CHARLES QUIMBY. Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orance. the 2d Aug. 1SU7. CYKUS BALDWIN, Justice of the l eace. SPITTING BLOOD. Read the following and say that consumption is incurable if you can. INEW YORK. April 3 1947. Mr. Towxsend: I varily believe that your Sarsap- arilla has been the means, through Providence, of saving my life. 1 have for several years had a bad cough. It became worse and worse. At last I rais ed large quantities of blood, had night sweats, and was rrstely debilitated and reduced, and did not ex pect to live. I have only used your Sarsaparillabut short time, and there has a wonderful chance been wrought on me. 1 am now able to walk all over the city. I raise no blood, and my cough has lett me. You can well imagine that I am thankful for these results. Your obedient servant. Wm. Russell, G5 Catharine st. LOT 1IERPEECH. The annexed certificate tells a simple and truthful story of suffering and relief. There are thousands of similar cases in this city and Brooklyn, and yet t herrare thousands of parents who let their children die or tear ot being humbugged or to save a few shut ncrs. Brooklyn. fcODt 13. 1847. Da. Towxsexd: 1 take pleasure in statine, for the Dcnent oi those whom it may concern, that mv daughter, two years and six months old, was afflic ted with general debility and los ot speech, bite was given up as past recovery by our family physi cian; but fortunately I was recommended by a Iricnd to try your oarsapanlla. lie to re having used one bottle she recovered her speech and was enabled to walk alone, to the astonishment of all who were ac quainted with the circumstance. She is now quite wen anu in much Detter health man she has been tox 18 months past. JOSEPH TAYLOR, 128 York st. Brooklyn. TWO CHILDREN SAVED. cry lew families indeed in fact we have not heard of one that used Dr. Townsend'sSarsaparilla in time lost any children the past Summer, while those that did not sickened and died. 1 he certificate we publish below is conclusive evidence of its value. and is only anotner instance of its saving the lives ot children: Dr. ToW5Sesd Dear Sir: 1 had two children cur ed by your Sarsapnrdla of the summer complaint and dysentery; one was only u months old and the oih riM . . . cr j years, i uey were very mucn reoucea, and lew expected they would die; they were given up by tw - . -l i - i : um -Ii - rtrspeviaiac )ii; emails. uen ne uoctor imormed us that we must lose them: we resolved to trv Your barssparilla we bad heard so much of, but had little continence; there being so much stuff advertised that .11 a. t.-aa ... is wortniess; out we are very tr.snktul that we did. or it, unnouoieoiy savea tne lives ol both 1 write this that others msy be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, JOHN WILSON, Jr. Myrtle avenue. Brooklyn, Sept. 15, 1847. LUNATIC ASYLUM. T f t . james iummings, r.sq. one oi tne Assistants in the Ltunstic Asylum, Blackwelrs Island, is the gen tlcman ipoken of in the following letter: RHEUMATISM. i ms is on i y one or more man lour thousand cases of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla has t rsr-t . i . curcu i lie most severe and chronic cases are weekly crauicaiea Dy its extraorainary virtues: Blackwell's Island, Sept. U. 1847. Da. Towxsexd: I have suffered terribly for nine ears with the rheumatism; considerable of the time could not eat, bleep or work; I had the most dis tressing pains, and my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used four bottles of your Saraaparilla, and they have done me more than one thousand dollars worth of good 1 am so mach better. Indeed, I am entire ly relieved. You are at liberty to use this for the ben efit of the afflicted. Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. COULD NOT WALK. That Dr.Townsend'sSsrssparilla is the very best remedy for female complaints there is no disputing thousands and thousands of weak and debilitated einales that were prostrated by those diseases to which females are subject were soon in the enjoy ment of robust health. New YoRK,Sep 25, 1847. Dr. Towssrxo: My wife has for the last year been very sick, and in a greatly reduced state of health be ing reduced by a variety of complaints such as fe males are liable to; she got so bad at length that she was entirely unsble to walk, and was as helpless as a child, she commenced using your Saraaparilla, and she immediately began to regain her strength, hei complaints left tier, and after taking seversl bottles she is restored. Being a singular case I have thought it might do good to publish it. She used a number ot remedies that done her uo g'tod previously. Yours, re-pectlully, JOHN MULLEN, 87Nar!olkst. TO THE LADIES. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. Dr. Towxslxo's Sarsatarilla is a sovereign and speedy cure for incipient consumption, and tor the general prostration ot the system no matter whether the result of inherent cause or causes, produced by ir regularity, illne3sor accident. Nothing can be more surprising than its invigora ting effects on the human frame. Persons all weak ness and lassitude, from taking it at once become ro bust and full of energy under its influence. It imme diately counteracts the nervelessness of the female frame, which is the great cause of barrenness, s It will not be expected of us, in cases ot so de'.icate a nature, To'exbibii certificates of cures performed, but we can assure 'the afflicted that 'hundreds of case have been reported totrs. Da- Towhsxxik My wife being greatly distressed by weakness snd general' debility, and suffering con tinnl hnainand with 'other difficulties, and hav ing known cases where your medicine has effected great cures: and slso hearing it recommended for such cases as 1 have described. 1 obtained a bottle otyour Extract of Sarsapaxilla and followed the directions mn trv0 Tn' Ina ahart nennd it removed her com plaints and restored her to health. 'Being; grateful for the benetits she received, i taae Pleasure in mu ac knowledging it, and recommending it to the public, M. D. MOORK, cor. of Grand and Lvdiusats. Albany, Aug. 17, 13 1. ITO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES. TV,;. r.ir.Ki tf Sarcnnnrilla hfl been exDreaslv UK LHUmi V r ' - I ! r r.m.l. MMAllinl. Vt fi. male who has reason to suppose she is approaching that critical period. Vthe turn of life," should neglect io laae li, as 11 la a tci win ihmhis .v. v- numerous and horrible disesses to which femsles are subject at this time of life. Thia period may be de layed for several years by using this medicine. Nor is it less valuable for those who are approaching wo- m.nliwt if im Imitat! ti aiat nature bv nuick. ening the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed ini meuecine is invaiuaote vjx vuc u which women are subject. It brsces the whole system, renews permanently the natural energies by removing the impurities of the duce a ubeequent relaxation, which lathe cape of a. a a f f S t J J most medicines taien lor iemaie weaaness ana Dis ease. DISEASE OF THE HEART, RUPTURE AND DROPSY Ntw Yoar. July. 22, 1846. Da. Townshsd Dear Sir : My wile has been af flicted with a terrible rapture for over fifteen years, the greater pait of the time. She has been troubled with shortness ol bream ot great nuttering oi me neart which has been very distressing, and has frequently been uuable to leave her bed. The rupture was very large and severe. She tried almost every remedy for such cases with but little benefit. When she had ta ken but three bottles of your excellent medicine she was entirely reuevea oi me aisease oi me nean, auu the rupture has almost entirely disappeared. She has also bad the dropt y, and was very mucn swollen. We had no idea that she could be so bene fited, as she had such a complication of diseases. But it has, as strange as it may appear, relieved her of the dropsy. 1 am aware that this statement is so strange as to appear almost like fiction, but it is sober reality. Your Saraaparilla is certainly a valu- . . . a aaff a a k able medicine, and should be used by every one trrat s suffering as we have been. If any disbelieve this account, they are at liberty to call at my house and have ocular demonstration. Yours, respectfully. WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 James sU DYSPEPSIA. No fluid or medicine has ever been discovered which so nearly resembles the gastric juice or saliva in decomnosincr food and strenthenine the orcans ol digestion as this preparation ol Sarsaparilla. It pos itively cures every case of dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. Ba.k Department, Albast, May 10, 1815, Dr. Townse.nd -Sir i I have been afflicted for sev eral years with dyspepsia in its worst form, attended with sourness oi stomach, toss ot appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great aversion to all kinds of food, and for weeks (what 1 could eat) 1 have been unable to retain but a small portion on my stomach. 1 tried the usual remedies, but they had little or no effect in removing the complaint. 1 was induced, about two months since, to try your ex tract of Sarsaparilla, and 1 must ssy with little confidence; but after using nearly two bottles I found my appetite restored and the heartburn entirely removed; and 1 would earnest ly recommend the use of it to those who have been afflicted as I have been, Yours, &c. IV, y. AFi is. t urcbase none but such as have wrappers that hide the bottle completely, and have the written signatureofS. P. TOWKSEND. Principal office, 126 1 u!ton-st,bun Building N. X Redding & Co, 8 State-st, Boston; Dyott & Sons, 132 North-Second-tt, Philadelphia; S.S. Ha nee, drug- E:ist, Baltimore; JJurol & Co Richmond; P. ."VI. Co ien. Charleston: Wriuht & Co. 151 Chartres-st. N O.; 105 South Pearl-st, Albany; R. Van Buskirk,5W corner of Market and Broad sis, Newark, N. J., and by principal Druggists and Merchants generally thro' out the United states. West Indies, and theCanadas. tor bale by ALLEN C. HALLOCK. Drugcist Main.St. Evansville. Ind. Who is appointed by the proprietor. Wholesale Agent, with authority to sell at Manufacturer's prices For Sale also by KICHARD B. HALLOCK. Druggist Princeton, Ind. march IS-d&w ly WINER'S Canadian Vermifuge The best remedy ever yet discovered for all kinds ol WORMS. It not onlv destroys Worms and invigo rates the whole system, but it dissolves and carries off the superabundant slime or mucus, so prevalent in the stomach and bowels of children, more especially those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed or nest in which worms produce their young, and by re moveing it, it is impossible for worms to remain in the aoay. it is harmless in its eriects on the system, and the health of the patients is always improved by its use, even when no worms are discovered; tho medi cine being palatable, no child will refuse to take it, not even the most delicate. KTPrepared by JOILN WINER &, CO., No. 83 .Maiden Lane. New York. Sold wholesale and re tail, by J. WRIGHT, General Agent tor the South ana v est, I3i Chartres street, Sew Orleans. IOOnly Agents in Evansville, mar 25-ly A LL1S & HOWES. REFINED LOAF SUGAR. 5 CASES Stewart's Double Refined; 5 bbls Crushed do do, 1 do Powdered, in store and for sate low by an 29. c. BELL LOUISVILLE and Padncah Line? nf öInrket Th atoam.S era HIBERNlA. S. S. Faxon. mnatr n,t ATI. a TM TIS, E. Rigle, master, will leave, alternately, at 3 o' dock. P. M- An 1uoal.iva ThurJ... an1 Si.l..r days, for Owensboro', Evansville, Henderson, Mu Vernon, Shawneetown. Smithland, Paducah. He mming, will leave Paducah at 6 o'clock, A. M., on iiionuays, i nursaays, and Saturdays. Any business entrusted to the care of the above l r ii a .. .a a pacaeis win oe strictly attended to. mar 29. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned has taken out letters of administration on the estate of Joseph Finney, late of Vanderburgh coun ty.and State of Indiana, deceased. All persons indebted to the said estate, are reques ted to make immediate payment, and those having claims airainst the same, are notihorl to nrwni thm duly authenticated for settlement. The said estate is supposea io do solvent my b J A .'I to I . W A LK ER, Adm T. SberltT Sale. THE following described real estate has been lev ied on and will be sold by me to satisfy two writs of Fieri Facias and one writ of Venditioni Exponas, in favor of Margaret Cooper, issued from the office of the Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court, and to me directed and delivered, viz: Forty acres of land, the south-west quarter of the north-west quarter of section No 20, in township No 5, south of range No 10 west, in the County of Van derburgh. Also, One hundred and sixty acres, the south-west quartet of the same section. AUo the following described Lots in the Eastern Enlargement of the City of Evansville, in said coun ty, viz: LotsNos. 7, 11, and 13, in Block No 4. Lots No. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14, in Block No 5. Lou No 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. 12, 11, 16, 18,20, 22, and 24, in Block No 6. Lots No. 3, 5, 7, 9, 1 1, 13, and 15, in Block No 7. Lots No. 2. 4, 6, 8. 10, 12, and 11. in Block No. 8. Lots No. 5, 9. and 13, in Block No. 14. On Friday the second day of June next, between the hours ot 10 o'clock A.M., and 6 o'clock P. M., at the door of the court house, in the said City ol Evansville, I will oiler for sale at public auction first the rents, issues and profits of said real estate for seven years, and if the same will notselt for asum sufficient to satisfy said writs, then 1 will, at the same time and place, offer for sale, at auction, the fee simple of said real estate. The defendant's title is good and indisputable. . JOHN ECHOLS, may 10-Ipf $3 50. Sheriff V. C. 1TI. C. COOK. IV. D. Office Corner or Mala and Pine Streets, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. I DOCT. COÖK tenders his acknowledge- (Mymenli to his numerous patrons for the con fidence reposed in his skill and ability in the important and critics department of the profes sion, to which he continues to devote his attention, via: the diseases of the EYE and EAR. Having devoted the ast fifteen years to the study and prac tice in this branch of medica science, he feels assur ed that in even the most in 'eieyaia eases he can ac complish a pcrrnsnant and sate eure. His success heretofore warrants this degree of confidence in any case that may be presenttd. Persons who are unfor unauly afflicted with disease of either the EYE or he EAR, are invited to call and seek relief, apll dA,wly. 100 'airpla 3.U far aal tiv docl-tf JOHN Sil ANKLIN. HOWE'S IIYCEIAN HOARJIOÜND LYER WORT COUGH CANDY. THIS popular Cxstx hashcen before the public in the west and south more than one year,ani in that short space of time it has obtained more reputation tor its pood Qualities, certainlv OI cure, ana vneap . - - - - .. r ness, than any other Medicine of the kind ever offered It is the intention of the oroorietors to sell the Coro U Candy reasonable, in order that it may be in the reach of all to obtain a remedy, that never tails, wo sucn word aa "fail" is ever heard or thought of. when thisl Candy is talked about.) curing Uxe most violent Coui anu voiuu, nuu is uicn -iure vtinvu v " . and afflicted, of the West and South; for their good. PVLMONAiy COMPLAIXTS, WuooriNQ Covgh, COLns,CorGRS,HOAES.NSS, I.NFLt'ENXA, Diffictltv or ExrccTOK Sose Thkoat, atios ItRONcnms, Asthma, Phthisic, Croup, And general afflictions of the Chest and Lungs, which leads to Consumptions, all of which diseases, vield immediately by the use of this valuable Covgp Caxdy. . The materials used in the preparation are of the best quality, being vegetable and the best white Ha vana bugar, consequt ntly it may v renea on as in ev- ery respect a pure and genuine arucie. iiu vv olaj. Jq. 1, LoUegm Hall, IVainut Atreti ciwaaaun, u. CERTIFICATES. From Henry Morse, Ex Judge of Court of Common Please. This is to certify that we have used the Cough Can dy ot HOWE & Co., and do with confidence cheer fully recommend it to those afflicted with Coughs, Colds, &c. H. MORSE. Manufacturer of Patent Force Pumps, Ornamental Cast Iron Fountains, Fire Engines, &c. Cincinnati, Aug. 11, 1S47, V. S tAWAUM. From D. Tuttle.Proprietor of the City Hotel Messrs. Howe Sl Co: Gentlemen: It -is with much satisfaction that 1 have it in mv nower to testify to the efficiency of your Cough Candy. I have used it and know it tote a valuable and certain remedy lor Ü01U3 ana uougns, and as such commend it to the public. Cincinnati, Aug. 16, 1&47, D TUTTLE. From Win. Young, I'residins Elder, of the Metho dist E. Church, Cincinnati. Mr. Howe: Not longsince whilelabonng under the influence of a painfully embarrassing hoarseness occasioned by cold and speaking in the open air a friend handed me a piece of your "Hoarhound and Liverwort Candy" from the use of which 1 experien ced great and almost immediate relief since then I - . a. . a a .a.a have frequently used it with the same oeneticiai et fects. I therefore feel no hesitance in recommending our Candy as a certain specific for Cough, Colds, loarsness, &c WM. YOUNG. Cincinnati Aug. 27, 1847. Indi ' W.M. WOOLSEY, Agent,Evansville no v 25, tf- TO THE CITIZENS OF Tili Gr cat and Glorious Union. I 1FE being the greatest blessing, that which in i-J surers it free from the evil of premature death must be of paramount importance. Brandretn's Pills are altogether of Vecctable com position, and while they possess remarkable powers in curing aisease, are periecuy narmiess, ana can thus be used with perfect safely by persons of all ages, and in any condition of the system, with a cer laintv laonrftriil roatiilffsa f rnm fl Koi s unArntiAn which is mild and pleasant, tho thoroughly search ing to the root ot diseased action, and always lernn natine in a ereat increase of health and vi?or. Ninety-seven years they have been before the pub lic, and every succeeding vear has increased the sphere of their ureat usefulness. They are now pa tronized in every part of the civilized world; nor can envy nor detraction materially impair their well cs tablished reputation. These celebrated Pills do not cure entirely by their purging qualities. They have in their composition a vegetable corpuscle, analagoua to the corpuscle of the blood; the corpuscle of vegetable origin, becomes . . ;.i .i . I t:v T At ; i lncorporaiea wiin tne mass oi me uie-giving uuiu and IMPARTS X rtRMEXTATIVE POWER which occasions the blood to throw out all infestial poisonous, or peccant matters, thereby entirely puri lying the whole volume of blood in the circulation. And thus these Pills cure the most fatal, and noxious and harraseing diseases, in a manner so easy and certain, as to give great Uu 'wfulncss to the af flicted. Every year their salcjias increased. Dr. Brandreih sells more of them at this time in a month than he did in the whole of the year 1838, or any previous year 1 bo ssle having increased TWELVE-FOLD IN TEN YEARS. Can any other medicine be pointed out that ha? sustained its reputation that has increased in the t ii- ? connoence oi tne puouc in an cquai proportions It would be a most happy thing for the poor, it the nreiudieea of Medical men would permit their trene ral adoption in the public Hospitals. What a bless ing this would be to the poor, and also to the whoje community in which the Hospitals are situated! No a aaa " . snip fever would long remain to poison our atmos phere with its noxious exhalation! No malady no not even Cholera, would be of a dangerous character were Brandretn's Pills vigorously resorted to when the first of its symptoms were perceived. And Ship r ever, and fevers of an inflammatory, or of a typhoid character would be found eaually under their power ful control. While influenza, small-pox, measles. scarlet fever, and all the diseases of children would be affairs requiring only a very few doses of Pills, to entirely re-establish the patient's health. And in case of rheumatism and dropsy, and the various forms ot lung disease, no medicine is capable of doing more good; or whose use would tend more to the recovery ol health. Thus Facts, Dr. Br andre nt proclaims, are SOLEMN TRUTHS. Let our Legislatures and men in authority every where look to this. If these things be so is it not a part of their high duty to cause the Brandreth Pills I r . -KT 12 I, to oe usea Dy our glorious Army ana -r avy, ana in an public Hospitalsl Public opinion tells these honor able men. that such is their duty: and one of the most serious character in which is involved the security of i.--t- i: i i f many vaiuaoic uvea. vt ci i wj.uniiuua m um yiu zens have approved of Brandretn's Pills: they arc no longer a private, but a public medicine. Let the tick every where sec to their interest, and obtain this eurer ol sickness: dispenser of health and securer of lone life. The weak, the nervous and delicate are strengthened by the operation of Bran dreth Pills, which arc benehcial for the mind as for the body: mental derangements of all kinds are cured by them; in fact they impart a vigor and power to the intellect truly surprising, it is now a common oc currence when a man is about to make a great effort, to take a dose of Brandreth's Pills, which clear the head and invigorate the perceptive faculties. In fact the literary aud sedentary of both sexes will Fi.nd a Treasure of Health. in 'these Pills. When sleep cannot be obtained from the nervousness of the system induced from over tax ation of the mental faculties, or other causes, one or twoof these Pills will invariably produce sleep. In low nervous levers thev arc most valuable. Suurzheim and the lamented Harrison would have been saved had these Pills been used. lmmher tlwn. lKt rnrrnv nf tninrf anil Iwlv re. suit from Brandreth's Pills; that they are applicable in all conditions ot the body, doing good it good can I done, and will be sure never to injure. No family should be without them in the house; because so much depends on the timely application of proper medicine when sickness commences. Sail ors, and alt other travellers, should never t without them; they prevent scurvy, costiveness, and cure the malignant levers of hot climates. When you purchase otherwise than of Dr. B or his agents, be sure and obtain the genuine, and have none other. BRAN URETHS PILL'S are sold.with full direc tions, at 23 cents per box, at 241 Hudson street, till Bowery, Mrs. Goff, 4 Market street, Brooklyn, and by Dr. Brandreth's Principal Office, 241 Broadway, New York, and by DANIEL WOOLSEY, and WM. M. WOOLSEY. agents Evansville and by one agentin every town or village in the United States. apl 4m NOTICE. LL persons having unfinished, or persons wish l. ing to have dental work done by the subscriber, had better call and have it attended to, as he docs not expect remain in Evansville mnch longer, mar 25 EDW'D GRlFJTflJ. vv A RARITY under tbj head of a Patent Medicine Ind advetisement. We ask our readers to peruse the following, knowinij they will profit thereby. MiANE0 VERMIFUGE. . A medicine which is perfectly safe, and may be giv en to children from tender infancy, to advanced age, lays under no restraint as to cold water, or any kind of food. Purges mild! y, subduing fever, destroys and expels worms with invariable success, and is easily administered to children. . That it possesses these valuable properties, is tear lessly asserted: still claiming the aditional advantages of being given in small bulk, and requiring none of the rlrpnrhinv whirh Worm tea and Other SUPDOSed er- mifuge demand. During its biilliant career, it baa Deen iniroaucea into many iimun, untna; . er known and accessible Verm fuge had been tried without the least success, where it has promptly ex- rte'led wnrma to an almost incredible amount. Hear what the Editor of the Bulletin of the Pacific, (published in Pittsburgh, Pa.) says in reference to the arucie. "In looking ud a few advertisements tor my small sheet, the other day, I called in upon Messrs. J. Kidd a, VjQ. ana remarking mat i wouia oe giaa ui auvci wwr any medicine that really was essentially useful, they furnished me with their circular respecting Dr. M' Lane's Worm Specific, with the accompanying certif icatcs. Feeling pursuaded that the certificates were genuine, I took some cf the medicine home for the use of my own young family. I gave the first day a small teaspoonful to Sarah. She was wan-looking and black under the eyes. She passed several worms, some as arge as a pipe stem. I also gave a small teaspoonfull Samuel, a little, roy cheeked fleshy boy, about 31 Eears old. But as his stomach was tympanous, i. e. e was pot-bellied, 1 thought he might have worms. He cried after more, which I did not see fit to give him, but upon the operation of this medicine, his mother and tne neighbors were surprised at the result. He passed nearly a pint of wonns, almost all as big as a common pipe stem. There was seventy in all. l then gave some to a little boy only 2 years old, and he pass ed twenty-five, some eight inches in length. 1 there fore feel clear to recommend M' Lane's Vermifuge as a specific for worms. It fairly seems death to them. ISRAEL REES, Editor. Pittsburgh Feb. 10th, 1847. J. Kidd & Co. No. 60 Wood Street; Pittsburgh, now the sole proprietors of Dr. M Lane's celebrated medi cines. All orders mujt be addressed to them. IO" N. B. Purchasers will please be particular to inquire for "A9rVX'l"tcai Worin Sncißc or Vermifuge-." Sold Wholesaled. ICe tail by CRAWFORD BELL. Main St., Evansville I By Druggists and Dealers generally throughout United Suites. DALLEY'S Jtlftgical Pain Extractor. More proofs that Dalley's Magical Pain F x trac tor is best Medicine in the world. Every day is de monstrating the matchless virtues ot this article. Letters are coming to us from all parts of the Union expressing gratitude and surprise at the wonderful properties it possesses in all cases of burns, rheuma tism, piles, wounds, &C The press abounds in no tices ot its high character as a standard Medicine, and from the number we select the following from the lslund City of the 12th September r DALLEY'S Medical Pai Extractor. An inven tion like this truly wonderful article, so full of virtues should be made known to the universe. Its cures, in many caacs are absolutely beyond belief. For burns, scalds, sores, swellings, pains in the limbs of all kinds, cuts, wounds.and in every disease of the body, where it can be applied externally, it never fails to cure, singular case came under our own observation. friend in playing with a si arp steel pen, run it into the palm of his hand so that it came out at the back and had to be extracted that way. The poisonous nature of the ink, in the wound, as well as the instru ment itself, caused the hand to swell dreadfully. Dalley's Pain Extractor was applied, and the next day the swelling bad entirely gone down, the pain had left, and the wound was cured in a few days. Important Caution Counterfeits of my Extractor ,1 , ii..., ii? are unDiusningiy pui-usneo to tne wona in my name. Protect yoursel t, as you value life, and health, from these deceptions. 1 am, as every druggist in the Urn ted states knows, the sole inventor and proprietor ol Dalley's Magical Pain Extractor: no other being has ever made or can make a grain ot it, lor no man liv ing has the secret ot the preparation but myself. The on ir genuine nasmy written signature on eacn laoei, and is sold wholesale and retail at the General Depot 208 Broadway, New ork; and at trie bouthren De pot, 151 C1JARTRES street. New Orleas, my only general uepot lor tne ooutn ana vv est. H DALLEY. All orders for Agencies, or for Pain Extractor, must be addressed to J. RIO HT & CO.. 151 CHAR TR ES street New Orleans, only agents tor the South and West &Only Agents hi Evansville, mar25-ly ALLIS &. HOWES. THE WOILXD'S ILLATION! That the Piles is disarmed of its terrors, Bv Dr Upham's Vegetable Ulectnarv ri u j great sensation which was created among JL the Medical raculry, and throughout the civui zed world, by the announcement of Dr Upham's Elec tuary, tor the Cure o! Piles, (a disease that resisted all former medical treatment,) has settled down into a thorough confidence, that it is a positive and speedy cure in all cases of Piles, either Bleeding or Blind. Ex ternal or Internal, and also for all Diseases of the Stomach and Bowels, such as bevere and Habitual Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Liv er Complaint, lnrlamation of the Spleen, Kidneys, liladder, liowels. and inane; Ulceration ol the Intes tines; Flow of Blood to the Head, &c; and for the Re lief of Married Women. The Symptoms, Cause and nature of the Piles, to cether with its conjunctive diseases, will be found in ihe pamphlets, to be had of all agents and dealers gratis. xj-w TTavr a a Var rwa Ämm . mm. - VUbUftlAlU 1 ir 1U A 1 LÄ Uxitld Statas Marshall's Office, i New York, Dec. 6th, 1847. 1 Messrs. Wyatt & Ketcham: Gentlemen Un demanding that you are the General Agents for the jb V m . a a .a ' a sale ot Dr UDham s eeetable LJectuarv. lor the cure ot the Piles, 1 have deemed it my duty to volunteer a recommendation in behalt ot that invaluable medi cine. 1 have been artiicted for many years with the Piles, and have tried various remedies, but with no ehects. Indeed, 1 beiran to consider my case hopeless. But about the first of September last. 1 was prevailed upon by a friend to make a trial of the above named medicine; I took bis advice, and rejoice to say that 1 am not only relieved, but. as 1 believe, perfectly cur ed. I most earnestly recommend it to all who mav have the misfortune to be afflicted with that annoy ing and dangerous disease. V cry respectfully, onr ob't servant, ELY MOORE New York, Nov. 2, 1847. Meiert Wvatt AKcteam: Gentlemen I am con strained to give you a statement of the benefit I de rived from using Dr Upham's Electuary, in a case ol Piles, by so doing. I shall render a benefit to those who are suffering from that troublesome diseaes. was reduced for several years by the Piles so. much that it was with crest difficulty for me to walk or at tend to my business. 1 also suffered from other dis eases, which were extremely troublesome, and which i am pleased to say two boxes ot the L.lectuary en tirely removed; and that my health is better now than it has been for raany years. It has done me and my family since more good, and with less ex pense, than the physicians to whom 1 have applied, or medicine 1 have used. I remain, still in perlect health, Your ob't seiVt, NELSON NEWTON. 283 Spring street, cor Renwick. New York, Nov. 15. 18 47. Mettrt Wyatt & Ktcham. Gentlemen I co nsid- er it a duty which 1 not only owe to you. but mv fellow beings, to peak in praise of Dt Upham'sElec tuary, a medicine which I think has saved mv life and restored me to fill health. For several years 1 was afflicted with Piles, together with DvsDeosia. and a general disarrangement ot the system. I em- pioyea uiutreni pnyiicians, wiin no goou result, and thev at list told me thev could do no more for m and said that I most die. I thus bad given up all hopes of even havintr mv health restored, until I had called to mind the benefits th.t a nephew of mine in Philadelphia (Benjarasn Percival) bad derived in a severe case of chroni: dysentery, by your medicine. that i purchased a tox, which, to ray surprise, after taking a few doses, I received great relief, and thank God, by continuing its use, that I am now restored o perfect health. MKS. SARAH T. AMES , 142 Mercer street. Notice The genuine Upham's Electuary has his written signature, thus (ÖCr A. Uoham. M u. The hand is also done with a pen. Price fl a box. Sold,wholesaie and retail by WYATT & KETCH. AM, 151 Pulton strtet, N Y and bv Druireists gen erally throughout the United States and Canadas. jan 25- 48 A. U. liALLUCk, Agent - . for Evansville, lnd. Frcmtkt Püttburg CteHie. - THE past summer (1847) has been a very remark a ble one. Frequent and heavy rain, followed by intense and long continued heat, had the effect. In tba first place, to promote a rapid growth of sueculnta vegetation, and in the second, to produce a rapid de composition of vegetable matter, giviag rise to much miama and spreading sickuess, disease and death, ini' ts w hich had heretoiore been remarkable for their salubrity. . , We are credibly informed, that whole roeadowa, on which the grast waa unusually heavy, rotted t the ground and was not fit to be cut. In Indiana and Illinois, the sickness was so general, that there waa not enough well persons to attend upon the tick, whose sutff rings were pre tr acted by a want of prop er remedies, as well as of good nursing. - Much of this suffering might have been prevented, had every fam ily kept on hand a supply of medicines suited to coun teract the effects of this miasma, with which the at mosphere at certain times is surcharged. In addi tion to Quinine, (which is in such general use as to need no comment,) we would strongly urge every family to keep on hand one or more boxes of MD. M'Lase's Liver Pills.'1 . v" . These Pills are the prescription of an eminentPhy sician in Monongahafa Co. Virginia, and were used by him in his private practice as a remedy in billious complaints, for years before he thought of offering them to the public Such, however, was the success fo the Pills, and so great the number of persons beu efited by them, that the making of the quantity requi- . site to supply the increasing demand, began to inter fere materially with the time required to attend to bis practice. To prevent this he has made arrange ments with the house of J. Kidd & Co. No. 60 Wood Street, Pittsburg, Pa. to prepare and vend them, where the genuine may be procured at all times and in any reasonable quantity. ; These Pills are net recommended as a panacea for 'all the ills that Mesh is heir to," but in all affections of the Liver and in all bilious complaints, they stand without a rival. All who have ever used them, give them the preference over all other Pills, and cannot be persuaded to exchange those which they find experi ence to be vi 'dd,nft, and effectual, for any other, even though they may be wear coated, or so drastic as to go "through by day light." Prepared for the proprietor by J. KIDD &. Co whelol sale Druggist, No. CO Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pe. to whom all orders from a distance must be directed. Sold also by our Agents and the principal Druggists lurougnout tne uniiea oiaies anu vaiiaua. tCT JN. li. l urctiasers win pieasepe particular ana inquire lor "Lfr. smane t iver j'uis," as inere are other Pills purporting to be "Liver Pills," now befor the public. oec-wy .-. "a.ai.va mm aaa. bold Wholesale & uetaii by CRAWFORD BELL Main st. Evansville, lnd. JTIonthly Bulletin. No. 3. THIS world has ever been the scene of the fircest struggles between Truth and error. No sooner does Truth propound an important theory, than er ror, with its legion of allies, seeks to arrest its pro gress. A most illustrious instance of this, was the opjKM-ition made to the immortal Jejtner. His mas ter mind was led. under Providence, to the discovery of Vaccination, by which that dreadful scourge, the email pox, was robbed ot its terrors. lie iouna mat the matter from pustules upon tue uauer oi a cow cor. -tained a principle which would produce the almost divine results lor which he had so patiently and anx ously sought. Oppositon arose. Interested persona high in social rank and professional position, ridicul ed what they dared not deny! They asserted that many vaccinated persons became covered with hair, and even exhibited horns t and a tail; and that in one case a child ran on all fours, bellowing like a bull. But the current was soon turned. The British Par liament voted him 20,000 sterling ($100,000,) and the world eang his praises. The same spirit has come down to our own time. Even while we write this Bulletin, interested per sons, jealous of the wonderful efficacy and success of The Gruefenberg Medicines, are opposing them. Misguided men! How utterly impossible to arrest their spread. The most extraor dinary certificates are constantly flowing in to the Company, from all parts of the country; certificates which have astonished the most respectable citizens. Many of three testimonials have been submitted to gentlemen of great distinction, who have carefully examined them to see that tliey are E vcike. Among these, are the names of the Rev. N. 'Bangs, D. D., of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and Francis Hall, Esq , editor of the New-York Commercial Advertis er. ve finally submitted the whole to lh Hon. Wm. V. Brady, the Ma vor of New York, who has given his certificate, under the Great Seal of the Ci ty, that they are genuine ana n-uable. yith euch names, we fear no opposition. We are fortified at every point, and solicit a continuance of the unexampled patronage we have already received. We would earnestly advise, 1st. That in everv neighborhood where there is no Graelcnberg Depot, immediate steps be taken to have one. iiy oddrestinc the General Airent of any dis trict, t'-is can be secured. 2d. Families thould club together and net an im mediate supply. 3d. Emigrant Societies and other philanthropic bodies thould furnish them to the needy. Of the Graefenberg Vegetable Pills alone, 30,000 boxes are sold each and every week! Of the Health Bitters, an enormous Quantity. Thee extraordinary Bitters are sold at twenty-five cents a ttaoer. and are warranted to make twoauarta of Bitters superior to any in the world. They are composed of Roots. Barks. Herbs, and Vines, rather ed in the vast forests and prarics of America and are a speedy and certain restorative of weak and debili tated constitutions. The other Medicines of the Company are ( eaual value, and are as follows: Ihe Graefenberg barsapanlla Compound, the Graefenberg Eye Lotion, die Children's Panacea, the Green Mountain Ointment, the Consumptive's Balm, the Dysentery Syrup. $r The General Aeent for Indiana is Mvrus Sea- ton, to whom applications for aecnics may be addres sed. EDWARD BARTON. Secretary. New York, January, 1848. WM. M. WOOLSEY, Agent may4-tf for Evansville. HEALTH! HEALTH! THOMSON COMPOUND SYRUP or TAR AND WOOD NAPHTHA. the oxlt certain rf.mf.dv for tec ci r.r or CONSUMPTION. Ashma, Bronchists, Spitting Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast, Sore 1 hroat, Haort net s, t'aipitatzon . of the Heart, Whooping Cough, Croup.llivee, . Nervous Trrmours, Liver complaint. Diseased Kidneys, and Affections generally of the Throat, Breast and Lungs. Of all the diseases incident to our climate there is none so universal, and at the same time so insidious and fatal, as Consumption. In this country especial-' Pulmonary Uonsumption is emphatically a scour and in its resistless career sweeps over the land as a Destroying Angel, laying low, with relentless hand, the strongest and fairest of our race. Hitherto all efforts to arrest this dread disease have proved vain. and all that seemed within our power was at best al leviation ot sunering, rendering somewhat smoother the certain progress to the tomb. The proprietor, in offering this preparation- to the public, would embrace the opportunity to state upoa wnat grounds u puts tonn its merits; and-Hwreasons upon which it founds its superior claims to the atten tion of the afflicted, that all who require its use may repose full confidence in its curative powers. Since its hrst preparation lie haa had the pleasure of wit nessing its happy results in numerous instances; bu he was determined not to offer it to the public unti he had become thoroughly convinced of its efficacy Having such conviction, be now confidently offers i as a remedy without a parallel for the cure ofPUL uu.mni u.icl.ui iiv.i ana. its sin area ais ease. - vl Let the following speak for itself. L ""V "Ihaveused'THf-Mrsoa'aCkixrocsnSTRcVorTAR ! & Wood Nathtu, for some time in my practice.swd have found it the most efficient remedy 1 have ever used in Consumptive cases. Chronic Catarrh, etc when great irritability, with weakness of the nulmo- nary organs, txiited. The rapidity with which it acta is greatly iu tävor where dyspucea or opprn Mon, S1a when mediately relieved by it." In Pulmonary Consumption it can be used ' with confidence, being applicable to every form of that diseare, and I conaieer it a medicine well worthv the attention of Physicians, and exempt from the impu- . stion ofempiracism." M. CHAMCERS, M. D. f Philadelphia, Oct. 11th. 1846. . ftThe abovemeniicines prepared only by Akgszt j ä DicKso5, at NE corner of Fifth andSoruce'Streeta Philadelphia: Sold by C BELL, Evansville, I and refpectsble dru,Ktsts generally. Price 50 cents or per bottle; bewart of ins en- rion. nov 4, 15ft'