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Unit's Vegetable Extract, . IS the only remedy that can be relied on for the per mioent cure ofSpinal Complaints, Spasmodic Contractions, Irritation of the Nerves, Nervous or Sicktieadache, Nervous Tremors, Neuralgic AfTec tiona, Apoplexy, Paralysis, .Ge,nal Debüity, Defi m mrxmr of Nervous and Physical Energy, and all Ner vals Disorders, including tbe most dreadl ul of all d leases that ever anect tue human race of the tenses, accompanied with a violent convulsive mo lion of the whole body. It attacks by tits, and atter certain duration goes off, generally leaving the suf ferer in a stupor, attended with great weakness and exhaustion ol the bod r. Doctor Hart would impress it upon the minds ol the alüicted, that the Vegetable Extract is the only remedy ever discovered that can be relied on for the permanent cure of this most dreadful of all diseases. As its tendency is to insanity, maduesa and death, the mostSiuxrvLPHTsictJOtsof Europe, as well as those of our own country, have pronounced Epilepsy incurable. And it h been so considered by many, until this most important of all discoveries was made by Doctor S. Hart, nearly sixteen years since, during w hich time it has been performing some of the most KexaMable Ceres upon record, and has acquired a emulation which time alone can ettace. Physician. 01 undoubted skill and experience. Ministers of va ri ms denominations, as well as hundreds of our eml . .,;n. .11 ..nitA in recommending Ihe use ol this uuly valuable medkin to their pauei.t,cfaaree, andfricucU,whoare thus afflicted, as the only rem- niwr tu c T.-,:rieE used by those who have i .,,..( I. ttii vnhmhle medicine, Cne says. have suffcrca beyond my power of description, but i .u,ni ;n hi.inr lullv restored o health and happiness.- Another says, "1 thank God I feel that 1 am a wetl man. 1 also feel it my duly to proclaim . tM -n.U .it the earth, that those similarly nttlict- cd may find relief. Another, (who is an Eminent t .rr npll known in this city.) says. "Mr on has been afflicted tor years with Epilepsy, but u now enjoying good health from the egetable Ex 1. fume." savs he,should and ought to be nW to the ends f tbe earth." Another says. i ..nsiinTp iaentirelv inadequate toexpress mygrat ttude to Dr. Hart, for having been the means, under the blading of God, of restoring me to the enjoyment a kJTi.K .iir h&vinsr been afflicted with t.p- ileusy in its worst forms for more than twenty-three years and my morning and evening oblarionol praise and thanksgiv ing shall continue to ascend to that God w bo has afflicted but to make me whole." . t.'.. i.-,-r. nftwentv seven years and six ..., .i tw th nse ot 'this Truly Wonderful P1UUIU VUIVU kevd the following remarkable case of the son ct Vm Secore, Es?., of Philadelphia, afflicted with Epileptic Fits twenty seven years and six months. Atter traveling through England, Scotland, Oer- ulnnsz the most eminent - physicWs, and expending for medicine, jnedica " . La ..l.iM three thousand dollars, re turned with hi son to this country, in Is'ovemher last, without receiving any beneht whatever, and was cured by using iut s .t ,. m I j'ltpr ID Lr. IIUIl nr. iu. ew , . i 1 1 h-vfl .nent over three tnousanu uoiiara lor imu ..1 m..liral attendance. 1 was advised to tak ke . Pnrnn with him. which 1 did I 6rst vis m tvt mT . a 1 consulted the most eminent physi spect to his cae; they examined hin ited England ;.n x tK. rn in resoect and prescribed accordingly. irrordinizlv. 1 remauiea mere 1 remained there three without perceiving any hang for the I ostme about two hundred and fifty do i by the physician, and the most that I re months for the l etter hilars, which cost eJ was their opinion that my son's case was noless ft. U'S HI Bt 1 SJS 111 -- . . .1 j u.. ik. ri.rcirinn. ana tne most uia revx-i and Positively lscxkABLE. i acojruingiy ich ,Mi : ii t. Seutland. Germany En and Eianu, M , in tie nio:ii 0f ovem bo?E : L my as far fronting cured as when 1 Uft I saw your advertisement ir. one of the New York papers, and concluded to try Hart s Vegetable retract wcinsr your statements and certificates of so larSSnl of twenty and thirty year, stand W Lid ilcin assure you lam not sorry 1 did so, as tng, ana x can k. tract alone, he was rtoVedro PcVtUrLTH. His reason, which was re, Et . r,,,K.i nM. U entire! r rei- b Die use oi nan ' cc-"',r " " l:.L an tar eone as to unm uw.. .. , --- before him ot itored, witn inoprw ,ur "L aealin and usefulness. He w how .V . . . 1 RAW (Willi Hie, health and usefulness. Beww years . years of and 27 years 6 monins pi uro ,7.01 iC 117k thf. most dreadful of diseases, but, thank God, is now enjoying good health odouDtDut you V.. --ratitude I fr owe y otTu p siptthU amount a. intent on the . .7 IM Cure rxrfnrmedbu the Ut ot ntr,r II rt It is with no small degree or gratill- .11 1 I nn enabled to announce to you the com aiSaiK mhälthof my daughter by the use I t lout Vegetable Extract. At the age of six years vt your v ege.aow .Tfnv he w frnt attacked (hcrwa.t- jrVSfal malady called Epileptic Pits; and with this dreadtal manu; r aK-,.fn.rt with until iffÄerf the FatracMhe suffered auacks of fits, almost incessantly, and so se--"I?. .hSIaten to drive reason trom iu throne, with verely as to threaten tod .uiMniirrneruis"' : .. , , , Idiotic - i in,,rnhii. ara ran in no nothYnTn-rer 1. We had almost despaired of a !?2 iWnearin. of the reniai kablecures performed eare,whenhearin determined to give it a OUIwniirei -- K.L tSuU hexce.lod our mosts.nguine m jsl dread r1"'".0! .uTto KartcT Heai . a - aK. ia rri's ir tiui a. 11 ,TH. tul mai?oy,.ua.:--ir-- f . h and ot ....u:.,. Vrni.CosliveneM, i prWU ilw.i. rases the ei:etableb.xtrac KÄS c be ba ". -I a ca Wetv Mothers who Iwve small cmiarei degree ot salety. . CniLn.the Dastvear TL?.XS w h this conrplaintandlias 'been whuhassufc-rcJ 1 witn w k restored b, lOTJThu7Äl Vegable Extract. The child of Williarn Anderson, North Fourtl street. tan ffi'w rrnhüdaöroüs täte .Mr. Anderson call thüd was in this dao er Uof lhe Eltr,c, aiiSftiSdit thehild, and the result was a per- lMl? .Roben McGee; corner of Sulliva,, . 1 .1 Nw York, was severely anneteu I,.,;.. mnA ricruletl tna tiiey wui w ' ÄJ2l Si eiT,ct itsown cure, or the bo, r,t di- Tue Vegetmble Extract was admlnutere. Tue Veir-tble Extract was admlnutere whilst in a Tt, by one of the attending physi Its effects were almost instantaneous. The ,broken,.nd .the boy restored toheahh Mr to him w cians, V;!i.. Ishal'. never again b. without the med irrt7 hourf.if 1 canavoidit,lor learthai som .i.:UKn may be attacked in ol ine rest o V' ür. .K-mf.eine invaluable rc7Jr' ; .he following persons, wh La;6 bTncu'by uangHart'. Vegetable Exuact ,r r .. .;nftra. 171 Grantl st. ,e,luc ' nnmuti t . .. . ..i.vMri. llJllinimcr tersly u Wn.H. Parscl. twenty -three jc.r Norfolk st t v t-.. frtii vpara. 174 Dclancy su rhito Johnson, t wenty-eight ye.,G'reencstIe Ct Kdg hUndall, 91 East broadway, N. Y. TrSma R. Jones, of the U. b NajJ. .A ,if f.-n,n. KtntasL. BridZDOrt. Gt. Vrrr"r ?7. IirrA.vT. Wen thousan.'i IHIM'".: , . now trembling under the hand of this drea.. . i rrii.7 that every attack may provi who are fal disease. niow ,. r- w. i ftal will fin 1 permanent reu au i Ov oL Thousand Certificates, IIa ave been re- of tbe beneficial results produced 00 .,, lOW ifui'T packed Bp in boxes fr transporta Äff any part of the United States, t exas xi fS WaS Wies. THOM AS &. MILES, ' 1 Mst, bttw-eo 3i and 4th, CincwnaU O. tineral Azenta of the United States Ü KDC.LVflilN Agent Umwrn Ky. Epilepsy, or Falling Sickness, Hvuerical t its. Convulsion. Spasms, Ate. This disease consists in a sudden deprivation vV. 1 rln't heiiiiTe in. air. laiin wnmnn " - - - TüSJ.Aa Iba ever grateful to you uona .thing a ad Jl here enclose you one hundred dollars. ! have . T I n 1 (1 H VIII 11II1I1CI 4S IX UUI w Williamburgn, ageu u --."-r a wv k.L. Wl Km Akn tl tor eiilht WeeK.8. nvy..- r- uy tor . .i.w.M! that the case was a aaA m M IMI. ivv"'' nit die. YY IilUt tht ' .h in testimony . ffWl by S. Hart, M; D., New York. i hit r- - tp8l) C. BELL, L., t.vanu;c iiMiiuiia. t asisr "miEÄ From tXe Pitttburr Gazette. THE past summer C1S47) has been a very remarka ble one. Freauent and heavy rain, followed by intense and long continued heat, had the effect, in the nrst piace, to promote a rapia growia oi wremui. veaAtstinn. nrl in the second to Droducc a läDid de composition of vegetable matter, giving rise to much im"ma and spreading sicaness, ai9ease ana ucbiu, in .T5s whirnhsd heretofore been remarkable for their salubrity. , , We are credibly informed, that whole meadows, on which the grass was unusually heavy, rotted to ihe ground and was not ht to be cut. n inaiana auu Illinois, thasicknesa wassogeneral, that there wa not enough well persons to attend upon the sick, whn suH rinira were urctracted by a want of prop er remedies, as well as of good nursing. Much of thi suffering might have been prevented, naa every iam- ly kept on hand a supply oi meuicines suncu to cuuh tr.n the erlects 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 mt r boxes of "Da M'Lasi'sLiui Pills." The! Pills are the prescription of an eminentPhy eician in Mononznhala Cc. Virzinii. and were used by him in his private praitice as a remedy in billious complaints, for years bef re he thought of offering them to the public euch, now Ter, was me success So the t ill?, and so great tue nun.Dcr ot persons Deu efited I y them, that the making of the quantity requi site to supply the increasing demand, began to inter- :ere materially wnn me time renuireu tu nicuu m his practice. To prevent this he has made arrange ments with the house of J. Kidd &. Co. No. 60 Wood itrett, f ittiburg, ra. to prepare and venu. mem. where the genuine may be procured at all times and , . .... -J - - These nils are not recommcnata as a panacea iui kall the ills that flesh is heir to," but in all affections f the IJver and in all bilious complaints, they atand u-ithnut a rival. All who have ever used them, eive thern the preference over all oth r Pills, and cannot be rwmiiilr4i to exchange tl.oee which they find experi ence tnmibi.anft. and sffc'ao.for any other, even though they may be wear coated, or so arasuc as to irr, 'thmiiffh h iln licrht-" rrepared lor the proprietor oyj.iviuuoi.vow uciug ale Druggist, No. CO Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pe. to vt-hnni all orders from a distance must be directed. kld also by our Agents and the principal Druggists throughout the United States and Canada. Gr N. B. Purchasers will plea I particular an inn ti ire for "Or. JM'Laue't Ltrer rill ." as there ard ather Pills purporting to be "Liver Pills," now be to the public. uec-w j Sold Wholesale &. Retail ly Miw , CRAWFORD BELL Main st. Evansville, lud. TTlonthlr 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, wiih its U-gioti of allies seeks to arrest its pro sress. A most illustrious instance of this, was the pposition made to the immortal Jesser. iiismas .r ir.ir.rt u'sa led. under Providence, to the discovery if Vaccination, by which that dreadful scourge, the small vox. was robbed of its terrors. He found that t k mitipr fawn nustules uoon the udder of a cow con tained a principle which would produce the almost .iivine results for which he had so patiently and anx- ously sought. Oppoeiton arose. Interested persons high in social rank and professional position, ridicul ed what they dared not deny! They asserted that many vaccinated persons becamo covered w ith hair, and even exhibited horns ( and a tail; and that in one case a child ran on all tours, bellowing like a bull. Rut the current was soon turned. The Brii.-h Par liamcnt voted him X2U.0U) sterling (100,000,) and the u or M anr bis Draiaes. The same spUt has come down to our own time. Even while we write this Bulletin, interested per sons, jealous of the wonderful erhcacy and success of rue li raetenoerg iiieuicincs . a a i i a it areonoosinir them, fliisguiueu men: now nueny tmi-iihle to arrest their suread. Tbe most extraor dinary certificates are constantly flowing in to the Company, from all parts of the country; certificates which have astonished the most respectaoie citizens. Many of these testimonials have been submitted to eeutlemen of ereat distinction, who have carefully examined them to see that they are oencise. Among these, are the names ol the Kev. im. uangs, l. u , oi the Methodist Epi.-copal Lhurcn, and t rancis Hall, Esq , editor of the New-York Commercial Advertis- er. wennauy suonutieu me w uum w tue nun. Wat. V. Brady, the Mayor ol New Yoik, who bas liven his certificate, under tue Great eal ot the Li- . ; i t- Li ly, that tney are genuine ana rcusoie. v itn sucn names, we icar no un.'Biuon. e are fortitied at every point, and solicit a continuance ot the unexampled patronage we nave aireauy received We would earnestly aavise, 1st. That in every neighborhood where there U no Graefenbere I lepot, immediate steps be taken to have . 1 ; .1 l l A . f J: . one. ty aaaressirig tne utunii ikcui vt anj uia- trict, this can be secured. 2d. Families should club together ana get an im mediate suddIv. 3d. Emigrant Societies and other philanthropic bodies should furnish them to the need v. Of the Graefenberz Vegetable fills r.lone, 30,000 boxes are sold eacb and every week: Of the Health bitters, an enormous quantity, These extraordinary Bitters are sold at twenty-hve cents a paper, and are warranted to make two quarts ul Uittcrs suDerior to any in tne woria. i ney are comDoeedof Roots. Burks. Herbe, and Vines, gather ed in the vast forests andprariesnf America and are v spe-.dy and certain retorative ol weak and debili tated constitutions. The other Medicines of the Company ar equal value, and are as follows: The Graefenbere Sarsaparilla Compound, the ßraetenherg Eye lxmon, the Children's Panacea the Green Mountain Ointment, the Consumptive's Balm, the Dysentery !?ymp. ft-The General Affent for Indiana is Mvrus Sea ton, to w horn applications for agencies may be addres sed. EDWARD BARTON, fcecruary. New York, January, 1848. WM. M. WOOLSEY, Agent mayl-tf for Evansville 1IKAL.TII! HCALXII! THOMSON'S COMPOUNDSYRUPorTAR AND WOOD NAPHTHA. . THE OX LT CERTAIN RE MEDV FOR THE CURI OF CONSUMPTION. Ashma, Bronchists, Spitting Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast, Sore 1 hroat, llaorsnees, raimtation of the Heart, Whooping Cough, Croup.Hives, Nervous Tremours, 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 tnd fatal, as Consumption. In this country especial ly. Pulmonary Consumption emphatically a scourge Ana in its resistless career sweeps oTer tne tana as Destroying Angel, laying low. with relentless hand the strongest and fairest of our race. Hitherto all tforts to arrest this dread disease have proved vain and all that seemed within our power was at best al teviation of suffering, rendering somewhat smoothet .he certain progress to the tomb The proprietor, in offering this preparation to tht public would embrace the opportunity to state upon w'.iat grounds it puts forth iu merits; and the reason ipon which it founds its superior claims to the atten .ion of the afflicted, that all who require its use may epose full confidence in its curative powers. Since its first preparation he has had the pleasure of wit lessing its happy results in numerous instances; bu he was determined not to offer it to the public unti .ie had become thoroughly convinced ot its efricaey Tavingsuch conviction, he now confidently offers i is a remedy without a parallel for the cure of PUL IONARY CONSUMPTION and its kindred di3 eases. Let the following speak for itself. "I have used'THOMrso.v's Oojiror.TD Strut of Tar Si Wood Naphtha,' for some time in my practice,and have found it the most efficient remedy I have evet used in Consumptive cases. Chronic Catarrh, etc when great irritability, with weakness of the pulmo nary organs, existed. The rapidity with which ii act is greatly in its favor where dyspuoea or oppres sion exists, when is mediately relieved by it." "In Pulmonary Consumption it can be u$cd wiüi onfidence, being applicable to every form of that Jiseaae, and I consider it a medicine well worthy tbe uterftion of Physicians, and exempt from the impti uion of empiracism. M- CHA MC EES, M. D. Philadelphia, Oct. 11th, 1346. - CrThe ahoyemadicines prepared only by AxojtEv 'c Dtcrso.f, at N E corner ot Fitth and Spruce Street Philadelphia: Sold by . C BELL, bvansville, and reepectable druegista generally. Price 50 cents or $1 per bottle beware of intervsn timi nov A 147 MaiSsaal sa Sl A RA KIT Y under the head ot a Patent Medicin advertisement. We ask our readers to Peru:. and the following, knowing they will profit thereby. M'LANE's VERMIFUGE. A medicine which is perfectly safe, and may be giv en to children from tender infancy, to advanced agt lays under no restraint aato cold water, or any kiu jH'ood. Purges mildly, subduing fever; destroys an expels worms with invariable success, and is eatilj .ulniMMtered to children. 1 hat it possesses these valuable properties, is fear essly asserted: still claiming the aditional advantage, if being given in small bulk, and requiring none ot tin trenching which Worm tea and oter supposed Vei inifuge demand. During its brilliant career, it ha been introduced into many families, where every oth- a a aa'a? - II .;r known ana accessiue vermnuge naa been trie without the least success, where it has promptly ex jelled worms to an almost incredible amount. m . m . m w f . i a . . era Hear what tbe txiitoroi me uuueun or tne t acinc '.published in Pittsburgh, Pa.) says in reference to in. article. ln looking up a few advertisements tor my smal fheet, the other day, I called in upon Messrs. J. Kidi i Co. and remarking that 1 would be glnd to advtrtiw any medicine that really was essentially useful, the furnished me with their circular respecting Dr. M' line's Worm Specific, with the accompanying certit icatea. reeling pursuaded that the certihcates wert genuine, I took some of the medicine home lor tbe ust of my own young family. I gave the first day a mal teaspoon tul to barah. fchewas wan-iooninganu macK under the eyes. She1 passed several worms, some a arge as a pipe stem. 1 also gave a small teaspoonfuli samuei. a little, rosy cheeked ncshy uoy, aoout Jl vears old. but as his stomach was tympanous, l. e. he was not-bellied. I thou eh t he mieht 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 the neighbors were surprised at tne result, lie passed nearly a pint of worms, almost all as big as a common pipe stem. 1 here was seventy in an. i men gave some to a little boy only 2 years old, ana ne pass- fore feel clear to recommend M Lane's ermiluge as a speeiüc tor worms. It fairly seems death to them ISRAEL HEES, Editor. Pittsburch Feb. 10th. 117. J. Kidd &Co. No. 60 Wood Street; Pittsburgh, now the sole proprietors of Dr. M' Lane s celebrated medi eines. All orders must be addressed to them. 93T N. B. Purchasers will please be particular to inquire for "Dr M'Lanfs Amtrican Worm Sj-cifc, or I rmtfng Sold Wholesale &. Retail by CRAWFORD BELL. Main St., Evansville Dy Druggists and Dealers generally throughout United States. I VALLEY'S Magical Pain Extractor. J More proofs that Dal lev's Magical Pain f xtrac 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 wouderfu properties it possesses in all cases of burns, rheuma tism, piles, wounds. &c The press abounds in no- ticca ot its high character as a standard Medicine, and from the number we select the following trom the Inland City of tbe l"th September : Dalley's Medical Pai.v Extractor. An inven tion like this truly wonderful article, so full of virtues should be made known to the universe. Its cures, in many cases are absolutely beyond belief. For burns, scalcfd, 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 tails to cure. A inzular case came under our own observation. A friend in playing with a si arp steel pen, run it into tbe palm ot 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 tbe instru men t itself, caused the band to swell dreadfully. Dalley's Pain Extractor was applied, and the next day tne swelling had entirely gone down, the pain had left, and tbe wound was cured in a few days. Important Caution Counterfeits of my Extractor are unblushfncly published to the world in my name. Protect yourstli,as you value life, and health, from these deceptions. 1 am, as every druggist in the Uni ted States knows, the sole inventor and proprietor of Dalley's ;uaicai rain Extractor; no other beiuz has ever made or can make a grain of it. for no man liv- S has the secret ot the preparation but myself. The only genuine has my written signature on each label, I : I j I 1 i i i - . i i i . ana is sota w uuiesaie anu retail at tne uenerai uepot 20b Broadway, New York; and at the Southren De pot, 151 L H AK 1 lllJä street, Mew Orlcas, my only general Depot lor the South and West. 11 DALLfcY. Atl orders for Aeencies. or for Pain Extractor, must be addressed to J. WRIGHT & CO.. 151 CHAK- TRES street New Orleans, only agenU lor the South jn . ana ei fc3"On!y Agents in Evansville, mar25-ly ALLI3 Sl HOWES. rHU WOKLD M ILLATIOM That the Piles is disarmed of its terrors. Oy I)r TJpham'a Vegetable Electuary ' i 'iij crest sensation wnicn was created anions l the Medical Factilry, and throughout the civili zed world, Dy the announcement ot Dr Upham s tuary, for the Cure of Piles, (a disease that ret all former medical treatment,) lias settled down into a thorough confidence, that it is a positive and speedy cure in all caws ot riles, either lileedinz or bund. b.x ternal or Internal, and also tor all Diseases of the Stomach and Dowels, such as Severe and Habitual Cosliveness, Dyspepsia, Liv er Complaint, Intlamation of the Spleen, kidneys bladder, bowels, and rpine; Ulceration ol the Intes tines: l-low ol blood to the Head. &.c: and lor the Ke- iiel ot Married Women. The Symptoms, Cause and nature of the Piles, to aether with its coniuuctivedieaes, wnl be lound in She pamphlets, to be bad cf all. scents and dealer gratis. VUJAIAKX tt-KliriUAltö. Uited Statas Marshall's Office, i New Yorr, Dec. 6th. 1847. i Messrs. Wtatt At Ketch am: Gentlemen Un Jerbtandinethat vou are the General Airtnts for the aleot Dr Upbam s egetable tlectuary, lor uie curt t the t iles, 1 have deemed it my duty to volunteer a recommendation in behalt of that invaluable medi cine, l have been aruicted lor many vears with tne Piles, and have tried various remedies, but with no effects. Indeed, 1 began to consider my case hopeless But about the first of beptember last, 1 was prevailed upon by a trjend to make a trial of the above named medicine; 1 took Lis advice, and rejoice to say that 1 am not only relieved, hut, as i believe, pertecuy cur od. 1 most earnestly recommend it to ail who may have the nnslortune to be amicted with that annoy ing and dangerous disease. Very respectfully, Yonr ob't servant, ELY MOORE ' New York. Nov. 2, 1847. Me$$r$ IV'yattA- ÄrcAa; Gentlemen 1 am con strained to give you a statement of the benefit I de rived from using Dr Cpham's Electuary, in a case o Piles, by so doing, I ahall render a benefit to those who are suffering from that troublesome diseaes was reduced for several years by the Piles so much . . jv-i.r ... I, mat it was witn great tnnicuiiy tor meto wain or at tend to my business. 1 also suffered from other dis eases, w hich were extremely troublesome, and w hich 1 am pleased to say two boxes ot the Electuary en tireiy removed; ana that my health is better now than it has been tor many years, it has done me tnd my family since more good, and with less ex ,iense, than the physicians to whom 1 have applied or meaicine i nave uscu. 1 remain, still in perfect health, Your ob't serv't, NELSON NEWTON. 280 Spring street, cor Renwick. New York. Nov. 15. 18 47. 3Ijrt ll'ifntt X Ktcham: Gentlemen I co nsid er it a duty which 1 not only owe to you, but my teuow beings, to speak in praise ol Dr Upham 1.1 cc tuary, a medicine which I think has saved my life and restored me to full health. I or several years was afflicted with Piles, together with Dyspepsia ind a general disarrangement ot the system. I em loyed different physicians, with no good result, and they at last told me tbey could do no more lor me nd said that I must die. 1 thus had given up all topes of even having my health restored, until I had jailed to mind the benefits thit a nephew of mine in rhiUdelp!.ia (BenjaraanPercival)haddcrired in a evere case ol" chronic dysentery, by your medicine, hat I purchased a box, which, to my surprise, after aking a few doses, 1 received great relief, and thank Jod, By continuing itJ use, that 1 am now restored perfect health. MRS. SARAH T. AMES 142 Mercer street. Notice The genuine Upham 's Electuary has his written signature, thus A. Upham. M .) The aand is also done with a pen. Price $1 a box. Sold,wholesale and retail by WY ATT & KETCH AM, 151 Fulton street, N Y and by Pru?giati gn- jan A. C.HAL LOCK, Agent tor Evansville Ind HOWE'S I1YCEIAN IIOARHOUND I LIVERWOHT COUGH CARDY. THIS popular Caxdy has been before the public i. tbe west and south more than one year.and in tha hurt space of time it has obtained more rcputatioi or its good qualities, certainly of cure, and cheap ess. than any other Medicine of the kind ever offertt it is the intention of the proprietors to sell the Cotei Jandy reasonable, in order that it may be in the react t all to obtsin a remedy, that never tails, (rto sucl vord a "f ail" is ever heard or thought of, when thisl Jandy is talked about,) curing ti.e most violent Cold. inu AfiuH, inu is mt-rciurc unereu iu iuc buuiih. ind afflicted, of the West and South; for their good A-lmoxary Complaints, Whooping Cough, J0LDS,C01'GBS,I10AKSNESS, :SR0.cnms, Asthma, Phthisic, Croup, I.NFLIEKIA, Difticultt or Expectok Sork Throat, atioj And general afmctions of the Chest and Lungs. which leads to Consumptions, all of which diseases . icld immediately by the use of this valuable Lord Candt. Tbe materials used in the preparation are a of the est quality, being vegetable and the best white Ha vana Sugar, consequently it may be relied on as in ev ery respect a pure and genuine article. HOWE &.CO. .Yo. 1, ColUg Hall, Walnut Strft Cincinnati, 0. CERTIFICATES. From Henry Morse, Ex Judge of Court of Common Please. This is to certify that we have used the Cough Can dy of HOWE &. CO., and do with confidence cheer fully recommend it to those afflicted with Coughs. Colds, Sic. II. MORSE. Manufacturer of Patent Force Pumps, Ornamental Cast Iron Fountains, Fire Engines, &c. Cincinnati, Aug. 11, 1847, D. S FANNUM. From D. Tuttle.Proprietcr of the City Hotel Messrs. Howe & Co: Gentlemen: It is with much satisfaction that I have it in my power to testily to the efficiency of your Cough Candy. I have wed it and know it to be a valuable and certain remedy for Colds and Coughs, and as such commend it to the public. Cincinnati, Aug. 16, 1S47, D TUTTLE. From Win. Young, Presiding Elder, of the Metho dist E. Church, Cincinnati. Mr. Howe: Not longsince whilelaboring under the influence of a painfully embarrassing hoarseness occasioned by cold and speaking in tlte open air a friend handed me a piece of your "Hoarhound and Liverwort Candy" from the use of which I experien ced great and almost immediate relief since then 1 have frequently used it with thesame leneficial ef fects. I therefore feci no heMtance in recommending four Candy as a certain specihe tor Coughs, Coldd, loarsnrss, Sec. WM. YOUNG. Cincinnati Aug. 27, 1847. Indi W'.M. WOOLSEY. Agent,Evsnsville novtt.tf TO THE CITIZENS OF Till Great and Glorious Union LIFE being the greatest blessing, that which in surers it free from the evil ot premature death iaut be of paramount importance. brandreih's Pills are altogether of Vegetable com position, and while they por-seps remarkable piwer in curing disease, are perlectly hatmlcss, and can thus be used with perfect auleiy by persons of all ages, and in any condition of ihe system, with a cer tainty of beneficial results from their operation, which is mild and pleasant, iho thoroughly search ing to the root of diseased action, and alu ays termi nating in a great increase of health and vigor. Niuety-.'even vears th y have b en lelore the pub lic, and every succeeding vear has increased the jpheie of their grtui ucduiues. Tbey are now pa tronized in every irl of the civilizcxl world; nor can envy nor detraction materially impair their well es tablished reputation. I hese celebrated I Mh do not cure entirely by their purging qualities. They have in their composition a vegetable corpuscle, an alagous to the corpuscle ol the blood; tlie corpuscle ol vegetable origin, becomes incorporated with the mass of the life-giving fluid, and IM TARTS A FERMENTATIVE TOWER which oocai jns the blood to throw out all infestial. poisonous, or peccant matters, thereby entirely pun lying the whole volume ot blood in the circulation.- And thus these Pills cure th moM fatal, and no? iou- and harrassing diseases, M a manner so easy and certain, as to give great tl uukfulncss to the af flicted. Every year their saleJias inc reased. Dr. IJraridrrth sells more of them at this time in a' month than hi did in tbe whole of the year 1S3Ö, or any previous yeai i nu saie nnving increased TWELVE-FOLD IN TEN YEARS. Can any other medicine be pointed out that ha.- sustained its reputation that has increased in the confidence of the public in an eouol proportion? it would bo a modt nappy thing tor the poor, it the : i : r .!, - it . prejuuiccsoi .ueuicai men wouia permit meirgeiie ral adoption in the public Hospitals. bat a bless ing this would be to the poor, and also to the w hole community in which the Hospitals are situated! No Ship Fever would long renin m to poison our atmos phere with its noxious exhalation: Io ma:ady no not even Cholera, would be of a dangerous character were Brand re th's Pills vigorously retorted to wheu the first of its symptoms were perceived. An Shi Fever, and levers of an inflammatory, or of a typhoid character would be lound equally under their power tul control. hue innuenza. small-pox. raeatles cailr t lever, and all the diseases of children would be affairs requiring only a very few doses of Pills, lo entirely re-estalUh the pa tun is health. And in case ol rheumatism and dropsy, and the various forms o. lun disease, no medicine is capable ot doing mort good; or whose use would tend more to the recover of health. Tbe&e Facts, Dr. Bransreth tkoclaWS, are SOLEMN TRUTHS. Let our Legislatures and men in authority even where took to this. If these things be so is tt not t part of their high duty to cause the Brandreth Pith to be used by our glorious Army and Navy, and in all public Hospitals Public opinion tells these honor- ab.e men, that such is their duty; and one otthe most serious character in which is involved the sruriry o many valuable lives. Over Two Millions of our Citi zens have approved of Brandreth's Pills: they are m longer a private, but a public medicine. Let the rick every where see lo their interest, and obtain this eurer o sickness: dispenser of health and securer ot long life. The weak, the nervous and delicate are strengthened by tbe operation ot Bran dreth Pills, which are betiehctal for the mind as tot the body: mental derangements ot all kinds are cured by them; in tact 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 tht head and invigorate the perceptive faculties. In faci the literary and sedentary of both sexes will 1'i.mu a Treasure or Hlalth, in 'these Pills. When deep cannot be obtained fion the nervousness of the system induced from over tax ation of tbe meutal faculties, or other causes, one oi twool these rills will in variably produce sleep. In low nervous levers they are mfst valuable. Spurzheim and the lamented Harrison would have been saved had iiei-e i'iiu been used. I? .mat ft Kl tk.n llt.lM..M f n.!. A .1 LaJ. a suit from Brandreth's Pills: that thev are aoolicablt in all conditions of tbe body, doing good it good can ue uoiie, auu win oe sure never 10 li.jure. No family should be without them in the house because so much depends on the timely application ot proper medicine when sickness commences, bail ors, and all other travellers, should never be without them; they prevent scurvy, costiveness, and cure the malignant levers ot not climate. When you purchase otherwise than of Dr. B or hit agents, be sure and obtain the genuine, and have none other. BRANDRETH'S PILL'S are sold.with full direc tion, at 25 cents per box. at 241 Hudson street, 274 Bovtertr, Mrs. Goff, 4 Market street, Brooklyn and by Dr. Brandreth's Principal Office, 241 Broadway, New York, and by DANIEL WOOLSEY, and VM M. WOOLSEY. a rents Evansville aud by one aentin ery town cr mge ia me unnca cute. a.il 4m F. P. FAGA!t, i i WOULD inform his friends and the public if J yjthat he now has, and intends to constant!) rL. . fieep, a hue lot of Philadelphia Call-skin. for fine work. Work of every do6cri;tion done with tne utmost neatness and despatch. Oa Main ureet oppoeite the Bank. ap24dly. barrels Kenhawa Salt for bv dec21-tf JOIINSHANKLIN. inirnUh-tf nnnnnr' lilfinn'iüOtlÖ Dr Townsend's Componna extract ' SAHSAPAHILLA. This Extract is put up in quart bottles it ia six .imes cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted supenor to my sold. It cures diseases w ithout vomiting, pur ring, sickening or debilitatine tbe patient, and is particularly adapted for a SPKING AND SUMMER MEDICINE. Tbe ereat beauty and tuDei ioritv of this Sarsana- rilla overall other remedies is, while it eradicates dis- ase.it vtcorates the body. Consumption cured Cleanse and strengthen Cunsumption can be rured Bronchitis, consumption, liver complaint. colds, coughs,caarrh, asthma, spitting of blood, sore aess in the chest, bectic flush, night sweats, difficult or proitise expectoration and pain in the aide, &c, nave and can be curud. . . , L . Probably there never was a remedy- that has been so successful in desperate case of consumptionas this; it cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to heal the ulcers on the lungs, and the patients grau ually regains their usual health and strength. CCRIOCS CASE OF C05SC3UTIO.V There is scarcely a day pasties but there area nam ber of cases ol Consumption reported as cured by the use oi Dr. lownsend carsapaulla. l he following was recently received. Dr. Towasend Dear Sin For the last three years I have been amicted with general debility, and ner vous consumption of the last stage, and did not ex- pm to ever gain my health at all. After going r.ougb a course ot medicine under the care ot some ot the most db-tinguished regular physicians and members of the Board ot Hertfth in New York and elsewhere, an I spending the moet of my earnings in attempting to regain my heulta, and atter reading in onie paper ot your Sarsapari'.la I resolved to try it. .titer using six Domes i louna it aone me great gooo and called to bee you at your ofiice, with your ad vice I. kept on. and do most heartily thank you for your advice. 1 persevere in taking the Sarsaparille, and have been able to attend to my usual labors tor ihe last three ruootha, and I hope by the blessing ot wod and your Sarsaparille to continue my health. .. helped me beyond the expectations of all that knew my case. WUIMUY. Orange, bssex Go. Ii, J., Aug. Z. 1547- StateofNew Jersey. Ebsex County, ss. Charles Uuimby being sworn according to law, on his oath aith, that the loregoing statement is true according to the best ot his anowledjje and be'it f. ClIAilLES QLTMIiY. Sworn and subscribed to In fore m- at Orange, the 2d Aug 147. CYRrS BALDWIN, Justice of the Peace. SPITTING BLOOD. Kead the follow ing and say that consumption u incurable if you can. XVtw York. April 25 1847. Mr. Tow.nse-t: I varily bei'eve that your Sarsap- aril la has been the means, through Providence, oi saving my Ute. l have tor several years had a cau cough, it became wuisc aud trte. At Iatt 1 r me ed large quantities ot bkoJ, tiad nijht sweats, and was prately debilitated and retiueed, end did not ex- t to live. 1 have only use J your t?arapauila but x bhort time, and there has a wondertul change been wrought on me. 1 am now able to walk all over tie city. 1 raie no blood, and my couh has h it me. You cati well imagine that 1 am lhanklul tor these results. Y our vbeuuut fcervkiit, W. KrFsi u., 63 Catharine st. LOT HE PPLECH. Tbe annexed certificate ttlh a simple and truthful story ofsutierinif and reiki. There are thousands of similar catesiu this cit and Brooklyn, and yet t hereare thousands ot pan nts who let their children die tor tear ot being humbugged or to save a lew shin- nes. Beokltn, Sept 13, 1847. Dr. Tov.si:nd: t take pleasure in staling, for the benrht otihoe whom it my concern, that my daughter, two vears and six n ion l lis old, was atllic UMlv.itaifc-neiaidebi.ity aud loss of speech. he was given tip as past recovery by our family physi cian; but fortunately I was recommended by a triend to try your baioaparillu. Belore having used one bottle she iecoteied her f-peecliand was enabled to walk alone, to Hie astom hment of all who were ac guiinted wih the circuintan,-e. She is now auiu well aud iu niucii be tier healtti than she has been loi 18u.omhs i-ci. JOSEPH '1 AY LOR, 1 York st. Brooklyn. TWOCIIILDKEN SAVED. Very lew luruilies uiaecd intact we have not hcaidufone that used Dr. Townsend'sSursapaiilla in time lost any children the past Summer, while thoe that did nottickened anil died. The certificate weoublult below inconclusive evidence ot its value and is only another instance of its saving the lives o children? Dr. Towxsesd Dear Sir: I had two children cur ed by your :arupardia of the tunnner complaint and dyseutery; one was only 15 months old and the oihi refJ years. They were very much reduced, and iew .-xpected they would die; they weieuiven up bv tw reap, ct able physicians. When the doctor in lor med -js that we must lose them; we resolved to try your Sareparilla we had heard so much ot, but had fittle confidence; mere being so muciistulT advertised that worthless; but we are very thankful that we did. tor tt, unnoubtedly saved the I. ves ol both 1 wuie his that others may be induce I to ue it. Yours, respectfully, JOHN WHON, Jr. Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 15. 1847. LUNATIC ASYLUM. james iummings, rmj. one oi the Assistants in the Lunatic Asylum, Black well's Island, is the iren- ueiiuinspoüeiioi in tne loiiowing letter: RHEUMATISM. This is on!yoneot more than four thousand rases of rheumatism that Dr. Towiuend's Sarsaparilla b"s c area i ne most tevere and chronic cases are wee ly l: ..II..:. . i: . ciauituicu uy lis exiraoruinary virtue i: Blachu tu 'sisiAxu. Sent. 11. 1847. Dr. Tow.vsE.vn: I Lave su fered terribly for nine years with the rheumi tism; considerable of the time 1 could not eat, sleep or wort; I had the most dis tressing pains, and my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used four bottles of yojr Sarsaporilla, and they have done me more than one thousand dollars worth ot good I am so much better. Indeed. 1 am entire ly relieved. You are at liberty to use tHs for the ben- ent oi tne amicted. i ours, respect!, jjy - JAMES CUMMINGS. COULD NOT WALK. That Dr. Townsend's Sarsap-arilhi is the very best remedy for female complaints there is no disputing thousands and thousands of weak and debilitated emalesthat were prostrated by those diseases to which lemaies are subject were soon in the enjoy ment of robust health. NEwYoRESep 25, 1847. Dr. Tow.vsf.d: 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 unable to walk, and was as helpless a a child, she commenced using your Sarsaparilla, and he immediately began to regain her strength, her complaints left her, and after liking .several bottle tu is restored. Being a singular case 1 have thought it might do good to publish it. She used a n umbel ot remedies that done her no good previously. Your?, respectfully, JOHN M L'LLEN, . 87Narfolkst. TO THE LADIES. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. Dr. Tov.st.D'8 Sacsapacilla is a sovereign and speedy cure tor incipient consumption, and lor the general prostration of the system no matter whether the result of ii.h -rent cause or causes, produced by ir- reguiaruy, uiucssnr acctuem. Nothing can be nicre turpnxlu limn ils invtora ting ef.'tcw on the human f.nnvj. Persons all weak.- ness and laciüide, from tnkipg it at once btcome ro- Dtiit ana tail oi energy under it tnnuence. 1 1 itnir.e diatt-ly counteracts the ncrvelesneM of üic ietnali frame, which is Ute irreal cause of barremies. It will not be expected of us. in cases oi so delicate a nature, toexLibit ct rtiCcates vi cures performed, but we can assure me amicteu that hundreds ol case htve been reported tous. Dr.Tow.50D: .My v ifebcin gr ally dialreised ny weakness ana general deüiaty, and stulenug con tinually by pain and with oth?r dLliculties. an.i hay ing known cases where vour medicine has effected cTTV-at i-Iirp! and !n hr-arinT it tummmofi,! ....1. cases as 1 have described. Iobtiined a bottle of your Extract of Sarsaparilla and followed the directors you gave me. in a sho.t period it remove! her com .lainu and restored her to heali h. Being grafild for ia- ucTieuis sne reccivea, i taKe rieaeurr in the ac knowledgin? ii, and rctornmeiidiMir i u l public M. D.MOOlIE.cor. ofC.'.n-l and Ldi'j-ts Albany, Aug. 17, lb44 jr -9. - TO MOTHERS AND MA FRIED "LADIES This Exuact of Sarsaparilla has been expressiv prepared in referenoce to female complaints. , No-female who has reason to suppose she is approaching that critical period, "the turn of life, should neglect to take it, as it is a certain preventive lor any of the numerous and horrible diseases to which females arc subject at this time of lite. 1 nia period may be de layed for several years by using thisemedicine. Not is it less valuable for thoce who are approaching wo manhood, it ia calculated to assist nature by quick ening the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed this medecine ia invaluable tor all the diseases - te which women are subject. ........ It braces the whole system, renews permanently the natural energies by removing tbe impurities-ol the body not so far stimulating the system as to pro duce a subsequent relaxation, which ' is the case of most medicines taken tor lemale weakness and dis ease. DISEASE OF THE HEART, RUPTURE AND DROPSY New Y'orr. July, 22, 1846. ' Dk. Towksod Dear Sir : M y wife has been af flicted w ith a terrible rapture for over fifteen years the greater pait of the time. She has been troubled with shortness of breath Sc great fluttering of the heat, which has been very distressing, and has ireauently been uuable to leave her bed. The rapture 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 relieved of the disease of the heart., and tbe rupture has almost entirely disappeared. She has also bad the dropsy, and was very much 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 ia sober reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a valu able medicine, and should be used by ever 'cue that s suffering as we have been. If any dislelieve this account, they are at liberty to call at my house and nave ocuiar demonstration. 1 ours. resnecuulJv. WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 Janice t. DYSPEPSIA. No fluid or medicine has ever been discover A which so nearly resembles tbe gastric juice or saliva in decomposing food and strengthening the organs of digestion as this preparation ot Sarsaparilla. It po i lively cures every case of dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. . . Bask Department, Albany, May 10, 1S45, Dr. Tow.vse.vd -Sir : I have been afflicted for sev eral years with dyspepsia iu its worst form, attended with sourness ot stomach. loss ot appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great aversion to all kinds of food, and for weeks (what 1 could eat) I have beeil 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. I was induced, about twe months M0.ce, to try your extract of Sarsaparilla, and I must say v. ith little confidence: but after using nearly two bottles, 1 found my appetite restored and the heartburn entirely removed; and 1 would carnestg ly recommend the use ot it to those who have been nhTtcicd as 1 have been, Yours, dtc. n W. W. VAN ZANDT. N. I). Purchase none but such as have wrannera that hide the bottle completely, and bat e the written eunatureofS. P. TOW N SEND. Principal cfiice, 126 Fulton-st.Sun Building N. Y.; Redding i. l o, 8 btatt-tt, lioften; Dyott Sons, 132 North-Second-rt. Philadelphia: S.S. Hsnce.drup. gist, Baltimore; Durol &. Co Kiebmond; P. M. Co- t.fu d-r.rloton; V light &. Co, 151 Lhartre-st, Ü. (;.; 1: uth I'euil-fct, Aibm.y; K. Van Ui:Mrk,599 cori.er oi .ibiktl end Laved us, Newuik, N. J., and by principal Druggists r.d Merchants 'generally ihr. -out tbe United states. West Indios, and thet-ai.adas. For Sale ly ALLEN C. 11 A I U CK". , Druggist Main. St, Lvur.ni ie, lad. : Who is appointed by the proprieioi. Wholesale Airent; w ith authority to sell at AfanufsctcrrrV prices. lor tale aUo by iilCHAHD B. II A LI. ( CK. Drupgitt Princeton, It d. ' march 18-d&w ly TEASTTJEAS Mr', ALMS X HOWES, Kvamvillc, la. A GENTS OF THE NEW YORK CA27TON TS A The Oldest Tea Lttablihmrnl in America HIIE Canton T a Company has been popularly J. known for many years. This is the largest and oldest 'IV Establishment in America. 1 he public have had full proof of their integrity and responsi bility. But such has been the great and pi easing de mand for their Teas of late, that they have been obli ged to enlarge, to a great extent, their two principle et-tablifhioentsin New York, vtx: 123 Chatham Ar 103 Greenwich Street. They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the Tea trade, in a very abundant degree, anddocbtlen superior to any other Tea Cone ein in America. '1 heir scrupulous regard to all principles that tend to elevste lh( rhnrni-ter nf n nrao linnu. i, --.! 1 - - - . . ' . m.' tiL v, .3 niu Uli derstood, and has already procured them a connec- tinn iirnlmMir irmm . 1 1 A,l, . l w i w..,r.v..u,lulftl "' Ulli r-B-CC1BLIU n- ments united, and they consequently an determined to tell teas du rer. i:ioi fruTmnt tnd trri iv,. .u , - . ..vv. IVI ,J .W price, in the aggregate, than any house in the world v nil ia cai iltru. Thev most zealously invite the nif nii..n nl 1 t, . habitants ot ll.is city and surrounding country to t- 2 B . a - mm . iiiiirnjinicy Milsers, alus a iiowit', wberetlie follow 1 11 T nsMkrtllieilletarenltt-fiv mi harirl- mrA it feel no hoimtion in staiint, that wherever a titele trial is made, a very decided preference isgiteu to ttn-celebrated Tcasot the Canton Tea Company. fcCrlleader make the eipctin.cnt. -' Et tail price t Joltotrt, tubjtct in all cmxe to br re turned it not opprotid nf. iJtirr.Vs. UoikI lourgllyson co 50 rme tin No 2 fragrant No 2 verv tine ; do. 0 62 ' do -. do- -do---. 0 75 1 IX) 1 25 0 75 1 00 1 25 0 50 0.73 1 CO 1 25 0 75 1 00 1 25 0 50 0 CZ 0 73 Silver Leaf, (ood llvson very nne do Extra Iraprant Uood Hyson f-kin Oood Imperial very nne do Extra fine do Good Gunpowder tt nne do Extra fine do It LACKS. No 1 Souchong Pip 2 ' CO Finest (hi .... .... .... .... .... Fragrant Powcbong, various prices Congo, various prices rineuoiong' Very fine do Extra fine do 30 73 00 t Einest English Breakfast Tea; (very rich reaoe navor- FineOrsn I'ekon 0 73 0 62 tt Finest Pekoe Flowers. w .... .. vv llowqtta, or finest Blsck Tea imported- 1 00 " ' - Ne plua ultra Teas, both Green and Black, of all descriptions, the highest grades grown In China, 1 ,50 perpotind. . . TAKE XOTICF. Th rfrt it r- . 1 00 are the exclusive venders of the super or Black Tim called "llovqua'M Mixture." They introduced it in A m.nMk m lüin I . i . luriiw iu jew-anu every oilier person OT nOUE Urofessin? to sell the mmi at ullmnok 1,. . i c , . " " ...v. at m ww - rum ucicnc iuc un i oi jr, as ine puDiic tücni w "in iiercieve, uy comparing tne spurious the genuine "llowoua vended hv th . r'nt,. ith . , J mv VIM1IVJI Company. Tea 1 . ...v.. v. .o wiuauiiuz Hill weicht, tiidencndent of 1 1. tt-rmm.v I . - .u- 7. f.verT nnrkacp. fin nMiti.tn fnll , r -- " --i't-i. wt aiaiiip nt DPllnM. in I . man.. .1 T .1 - .. ..... nuuiiRt, i.iu im 4 eaa inercin ijiorougniy !cureti trom Iigat and air. that tb iua!i:y nnit power will remain cnimnaired in nn iriM n;r W ALLlSAHfiU'FS A J.. w VtiC., ITTIItERS Canadian Vermifuge The best . . .i l i 7 . uruia na invigo rates the while system, but it dissolves and carries oft nice uperaim-iuaui sume or mucus, so prevalent in the ttomach and Uiwels of children, more especially " .Ii, i un mucus inrms tne bcu or nest in which wsrmi nrwlnmi it,.;. ..... j niovetns it, it u inipoasible for worms to remain in tbe ?r It w hannlese in its effects on the .ystern.and ths health of tbe patients js always improved by ita "r" " "V "V onus are oi.scovered; ine meat cine Dein? nalatahle. nnrdiM :i .-r... v - . v uiuu 411 IC1UDC Vi IUAD t. not even the most delicate. ; JCrrrenarcd by JOHN WINER A. CO., Ne.63 Ma;4en Un New York. Sold whohi!caid re tvJ WUIfiUT, ticpeml Agct for the South niLVTi.1' Chartres street. New Orleans. KrOoly Ain-iinEv insviMr. 25-ly ALLIi Sl HOWES.