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Hart. Vegetable Extract, IS the only remeJy that can be relied on for the per manent euro ot'Spinal Complaints, Spasmodic Contractions, Iriitation of the Netves, Nervous or Sick. Headache, Nervous Tremors, Neuralgic Atlec lions. Apoplexy, Paralysis, General Debility, Defi ciency of Nervous and Physical Energy, and all Nor ous Disorders, including th most dreadful of all diseases thai ever affect the human race-- Epilepsy, or Falling Sickness, Hysterical Fits, Convulsions, Spasms, ltc. ThU disease consists in a sudden deprivation of the senses, accompanied with a violent convulsive mo- tion of the whole body. It attacks by tits, and attei a certain duration goes off, generally leaving the suf ferer in a stupor, attended with great weakness and exhaustion ol the body. Doctor Ilart would impress it upon the mind ol tb-a afflicted, that the Vegetable Extract is th only remedy ever discovered thai can ly relied on for tht permanent cur of this most dreadful of all diseases. Aa its tendency is to insanity, ma Ines and death, the oiostSsiLUTi. PuYsicuxsof Europe, as well as those of our own country, have pronounced Epilepsy JncuraMe. And it has been 0 considered by many, until this most important of a 11 discoveries was made by Doctor S. Ilart, nearly sixteen years sjnee, during which time it has been i-erforuling some ot the niost JltMiaKABiiCrKLS upon record, and has acquired a reputation which time alone can efface. Physicians f undoubted kill and experience, .Ministers of va rious denominations, as well as hundreds of our eini nent citizens, aliunitc in recommending the use ol this tiuly valuable medicine to their patteuts.charge. andiriencU,whoare thus atliicied, as the only reni- y Qrcrrt jnz Li:cqrAiE used by those who have been cul hJT valuable mpdicjne. One says, "1 have suifrred beyond my power of description, but now I rejoico in being lully restored to health and happiness. Another fays, "1 thank (Jod 1 feel thai 1 am a well man. 1 also feel it my duty t. proclaim it to the end of the earth, that tho-e s imilarl y afflict ed may rind relief. Another, (who is an Emi.next LiWTER.sndmii Known 111 tins eny.jmjs, .j ton has been almcted ior years wim r.pnepsv, ui 19 now enjoy in g gok health from the egetable Ex tract. Its fame," says he, .'Should rniToiiiiht to be to the ends ot the earth. Another says. a nit rix Wonderful onnded ut .,,,TPifni'.r'!v inadeuuate tocxpreas my erat jtude to Ut. Hart, for havinir been the means, under the blessing of God, of restoring me to the enjoyment ol good health, atu-r having been afflicted with Ep .lo.v in its worst forms for more than twenty-three vears and my morning and evening obla'ionol praise and thanksgiving hal continue to ascend to that l.od whohasufriicted hut to make me whole. KriLEtTic Fits Of twenty seven year months, cured by the use ot turn 1 ruly 4 uiln-inA Kead lh following remarkable ease of . the son ol Win. Secore, Esj., of Philadelphia, afflicted with Epileptic r its twenty sey n veprs ariit m uionuin After traveling throjgh England, Scotland, Ger many, aiid France, consulting the most eminent nhvfirians. and expending for medicine, medical ...tn.om and advice three thousand dollars, re trno4 with hia son to this country, November 1.., without teciivinff anv beliebt whatever, and was'curedby u.ing Üaut's ViultaELI Extract. Mr. Win-fccore' Letter to Dr. Hart: 1 i..o nwMit over three thousand dollars tor med i.inA n.!n.e istl attendance. 1 was advised to take a lour to Euro,e with him. which 1 did. 1 tirst vis itcd England. 1 consulted the most eminent phvfi ians there in rt a ecl to his ca-e; tliey examined him and prescribed accordingly. I remained there three suonths without perccivinganv chatig? lor t lie 'better, - i.i.-f, -..t ma aUtut two hundred and fitty dollars. .l i the iihvti-inn. and the most that I recciv l was their opinion that my son's ca?e was hopeless ....1 I'.nTiii! v IsrfRABt.S. laccoruinciy leu t.ii- Iii lvm'H- , . . - . -1 .1 irv.t.l through Gotland, Germany and France, and returned home in t ie month of Novem mi -1; Frtßtntke ritttbmrg Gazette. TIIFj past sunimf r (1S171 has been a very remarka ble one. Freiuent and heavy rain, lol lowed by n tense and lone continued heat, had the eiltet, in the first place, to promote a rapid growth ot eucculnw veireiation. and in the second to produce a rapid de composition of vegetable matter, giving rise to much im"ua and c preauint; ncmitss, ui.eor inu ueain. n t 5s which had heretolore been remarkable lor their s!ubritv. We are credibly informe!, that whole meadows, A II AU1TY under the head ot a Patent Medicine and advertisement. We ask our readers to peruse i the following, knowing they will t rolil thereby. A iiielieine which is perh-ctly rate, and may be giv en to children from tender inlancv, to advanced age. lav under no restraint as to cold water, or any kind ottixid. Purges mildly, tuluing fever; destroys and expels worms with invariable success, ana is easily administered to children. That it possesses these valuable properties, ia fear on w hich the grass was unusually heavy, rotted to lessly asserted: ; still claiming the aditional advantage he uround and was not tit to be cut. In Indiana and Illinois, thcMcknesa was so general, that there wn not enough well persona to attend upon the rick, whose Ulf rings were prctractetl by a want of prop er remedies', as well as of good nursing. Much ol this suffering might have been prevented, had every lam ly kept on hand a supply of medicine suited to coun teract the t tUcts of tins n.i;uma, with w hich the at mosthcre at certain times is surcharged. In nddi tion to Quinine, (which is in such general use as to need no comment.) we would strongly urge every family to keep n hand one or mere boxes of "Dr M1axl' Li vir Pills." The.-e Pills are the prescription of an eminentFhy- sician in MoaongahafaCo. Virginia, and yvere ut-ed by him in his private practice as a remedy in billiou? complaints, for years before he thought of ofiering them to the public Juch, how vcr, was the success i'o the Pill., and great the number ofper1" 'U efitedby them, tlwt the making of the quantity requi site to su;;ly the jncreattng tiepiana, tiejjnn to inier- lere maternliy wun tue time reouircu to aueuu 10 his practice. 'To prevent this he has made arrange ments with the houfe of J. Kidd & Co. No. CO Wood Street, Pittsburg, Pa. to prepare and vend them. wneretne genuine may oe procurer imu nines mu in any reasonaLlp quantity. I hese t ills are not recommcnueu as a panacea ior 'all the ills that flesdi is heir to." but in all affections of the I4ver anil in all bilious tomplajnts, they stand without a rival. All who nave ever unta tiiein, give iheiu the preference over all oth -r Pill.-, and cannot be )ersuatled fo exchange tho which they find experi ence to be nuM.iif. and efrctuuljor any other, even thowghthey may te tuear coated, or so drastic as to r 'through liv dav Ii tritt . " Prepared for the proprietor by ). KIDD St Co whehB sale Druggist, No. tA)'yood Street, rittsburgn, re. tq whom all order Irom a distance must le directed. Sold also by our Agents and the principal Druggists throughout the United Mates anutanaua. v it ir'nrl.n wr u i nlp.tup nnrt irii lar ftTl y . . m m w 9 fl - . l 1 lnnuire tor ".nr. .u iJiuet j.ncr rw, as uiere r other Pills purporting to be "Liver Pills,' now be to the public. Sold Wholesale dec22-w y Uetail ly CKAWFOUDHF.LL Main st. Kvansville. 1ml. Ifotithl vUiillcliii. Io.'J, rrIllS world has ever ken the scene of the fircest .1. struggles between Truth and error. No sooner her last, with mj- n as lar from being cured ns when I left I avr yoaT adTertircment in one of the New York papers, and concluded to try Hart's Vegetable Extract steing your statement and certificates ot so many cures, soma cf twenty and thirty yuan stand ing and lean assure you I am not sorry I did so, as by the us of Hart's V eatable Extract alone, he was ....wt tf l'mrtc- Health. His reasxjn, which was .-1 far ons as to until him for business, is enl'.rely re stored with tho pro?peet now before him ol hie, W.lth and asefuhiess. He is how 23 yean of age. rr Our k months of this lime has been afflicted "with this most dreadtul ol'dieass, but, thank God i. . ... nlnvincr oncv health. IS liow i;iijv ft" 1 f I ,11 ' Vow, sir, faitb without works l don t believe in. To sayUhall be ever grateful to you is one thing -.t k Anrlrmn vou one hundrod dollars, I have. NtMloubt but you will thinK tuis anoiner ami quuo a riitTerent thin Tho debt of gratitude I still owe you but pleae accept this amount as interest on the d.bt in advance. Yours very .t'ul'y; (Signed) W 1LL1AM ShCORE. li'Ar rtumrkuhlt Curt jierfurmtJbj tht nst ol Hart's VrgtlalU Extract. Doctor Unrt: II is with no small degree of gratifi ii.nl am enableil to announce to you the com- ulete restoration to health of my daughter, by theuac of your Vegetable Extract. At tlw age of kix years, ther "e at present is sixteen) mio ws ursi auacKeu with litis dreadful malady called Epileptic Fits; and until hhe commenced takinj the Extract, she sutlered with attacks o I fits, almost incessantly, and so se verely a to threaten to drive reason troiu it thione, I n-t.. htitr inune Idiotic. physicians pronounced her incurable, and cauld do othin more ior ner. "'" " : hrinir of the remarkaMe cures iierformed by the Vegetable Extract, we determined to givo it a trial 1 ne resun ' WCtation, as y its use slw 1 free from a most dread J..i mnR restored to PtRriCT HtAl.TH. IUI Iii' , - . ,, Should any ene feel de;rous ot seeing her. and ot ,..,n;n itia narticulars ol the caw, such w ish h-ay be gratified by calling on or addressing a letter r. n!,t-raid. at my residence, two miles trom the villa-e ot Tonkers, Westchester. New York, villa.eot ion DENS?LUW, YonkersN. Y. Teething. Wona.Costiveness"' A.c., will protluce this disorder. In all such cases the Vegetable Extract t. nl meilicine which can le relied on with any decree ot safety. .Mothers who have small children uliuld remember thi. Mi.it At.Hiia,the paMyear. who has suffered with this complaint, and has been tiven over by pnystnans to me, ua oeen resioreu uv Lur hut one b.ittleol Hart's Vegetable Extract. . Th rtdt.t of William Ainlerson, North Fourth Pirtet Wiihamsburgh, aged 20 months, had tits con stantly for eight weeks. A consultation of liysi. w-i, called, who decided that the en was a l,ATxlei one. and the child must die. Whilst the hild was in this dangerous state .Mr. Anderson call- u 1 mvniTirrind obtained a bottle ot the Kxtraet administered it to the child, and the result was a per ri.r,tirtn of health. The son of Mr. Robert McGce, corner of .Sullivan -r 1 Prince streets, New York, was severely afflicted with fits. In this case also the phy.-irhns held a con itti.Mi und t'eciled that they could do no more nd that nature mutt effect its own cure, or the boy M., a Tho Vegetable Extract was adminustered 0 hint whilst in a fit, by one of the attending phvsi- li.rtlVcts were almost instantaneous. Tht Tits was broken, and the boy restored to health. M r nn vi."i hall never strain be without the med icine in my house, if 1 cm avoid it, for fear that some ef the rest of my children may be attacketl in vt,nme wav. I consider the medicine invaluable. fV would refer to the following person, w ho have b:en cured by tiding Hart's Vegetable Extract W Uennett, nine years, 1 uuuu n. 1 rii.nh. seven vears. 13 D ver s Joseph McDougal, nine years. East Drojklyn L.1 H. W. Smith, N. Y Custom Hoase. Kelly, twenty years, diäten isian. . E. McKeel, twenty year?, iiuaviuo. twenty years, tt- nainmers.iv st loes Truth nromxind an important theory, than er ror, with its lemon of allies, seeks to arrtsl its pro- crn-ss. A imtat illustrious instance ol this, was the oiinoitioit uiuilo to th; immortal Jl-NNES. ilisiuas it inin.l wa-i led. under Ptovidetice. to the discovery of Vacrjnatioti, by which that dreadful nrourge, the $umll f,T, was robbed ol its terrors. lie lounu mat llie mutter from pustules ujon the udder of a cow con tained a principle which would produce the almo.-t divine results lor w hich he had so patiently and anx ously sou-lit. lipo.-iton arose. Interested jrsons huh in social rink and professional position, riaicui hI uli-it llifv ilartt 1 not denv! Tlr v asserted lhat many vaccinated persons became covered w ith hair, and even exhibited horns rand a tail; and that in one ease a child ran on all lours, bellowing like a bull. Hut iIih rurri-nt was ooit turned. The DriMfh 1 ar li.iment voted him X-.UfAO sterling (älüüAXW,) and the world sanr 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 etlicacy and success of l be tiraeteiiDerg Tieuiciue are ounosinir them. Misguided men! How utterly imno-tsible to arrest their spread. The most extrar- ilinary certificates are constantly flowing in to the Company, Irom all parts ol ttie country; ceriincaies which have astonihed the most respectable citizens. Manv of these tittinionials have been submitted to irentlcnicn tt great '.i.-'tinction, who have carefully examinetl them to see that tht y arc genuine. Among thete. are the names of the Rev. N. Hangs, D. D , ol the Methodist F.pi-eopal Church, and Froneis Hall, Esn . editor ot the New- ork Commercial Advertis I he Hon We finally submitted the whole to Th . V. Krauy. the .Mayor of New York, who has so, er Wm eiven nw ccnnicrie, unticr nie un ai trxai vi mwi , that they are genuine ana reliable. With such names, we tear no opposition. v c are fortified at every Point, and solicit a continuance ol he unexampled patronage we nave aircauy received Wa would earnestly advie. " .a 1st. Thai in every iiciiintMirhood w iiere tnerew no IraeU-iiU tki Deot. imnteliate steps he taken to have ono. tty atlviresring tne nenerai .vgent oi any ms-1 IH?n a I i ' - irict, thH can ne sccureu. Jd. t anulies should club together and get an nil met! late f updIv i t m 1 B t . a 31. Emigrant Nvrieties and other phiianihropic boilies should hirni.-h them to the needy. Ot the Uraetenberg v egetable nils alone, 30,lW boxes are sold each and every week! Ot the Health Hitters, an enormous quantity, These extraordinary Hitters are sold at twenty-live cents a paper, and arc warranted to make two quarts of Litters superior to any in the world. They are composed of Roots, Iiarks, IletU, and Vines, gather ed in the vast lorests and praties ot America and are a speedy and certain restorative ot weak and dtbili tated constitutions. The other Medicines of the Company ar equal value, and are as follows: The tjraetentierir onrsaparilia compound, tne Graetenlenr Eve lotion. the Children's Panacea the Miis Miss U. Crane, Wm II. Parsal, twenty-three years, Norlolist Jacob Petty, four years. 174 Delancv ft. Philo Johnson, twemy-eiKitt ri Judge Randall, 91 East Broad wj Thomns U. Jones, of the U. h N ht years, tJreencastlo Ct 1 -v way, .1.1. X' . Thotnai R. Jones, ot tue u. r ay. Capt. Wm. Jennin ?s, ttate st, triie port, v.l. T,-r t Not r ar lr.srAXT. vv nen i hi. a , ., I thousand ihlinn under the hand olthis drea r..t .i. ml tHartuir trtat every aiiacK mav urovi u-i't tin.l nermanent relief and I restored tc new life, by using this celebrated medicine. OvkrOxe eitrt- r'r' Zi i.-s iia i.:.LLnnnackace, S3 00 I 14 -' I . l - . was f rmS m'T iirn'i ui c iiu v -'-. Phol'sa-ndCer nricATts, Have been re d in testimony of the beneficial results produced w'use of Dr. ifarlVegetahle Extract. rt, .1. i'-t t or age, 10 00 '20 00 Four " u:,vM . .,.riitv ntckel up in boxe for trannorti- Ul ?LeS i fnnV Mrt of the United States, Texm. "J Wi- THOM AS & MILES, m!: T.t between 3d and 4th. Cincinnati O. ll. Main st, A 19 of ,he United States ap21 y Tntt fit IN A cent IiOtiisville Ky. " ... . ' i- i.i:' ... ot'lifing given in mall bulk, and reiuiring noneol tht drenching which orm us and other supposed v i r- mi tune demand. During its brilliant career, it ha? been introduced into many families, w hereevery oth er known and accessible Vermifuge had Wen tried without the least success, where it has promptly ex pelled worms toan almost incredible amount. Hear what the fliloroi tne liuiictinoi tue l acinc. (published in nttiburgh, l a.) tays in reference to thi article. "In looking una few advertij'ements Ior my small aheet,tlie oilier day, I called in upon Messrs. J. Xidc . m a .1 . I lit i ! . . X Co. anu remarking inai i wouui ue giau to auvernsr any medicine that really was essentially useful, they lurnished ne witn titeir circular respecting ut. .t Lane's W orm htechc, with the accompanying certit icatefc. r eling pursundou mat me certiticates were genuine, 1 took some ofihe medicine home for the use ot my own young family. 1 gave tiieiirtiiay anna teaMKMtnlul loc-arah. Miewas wan-lookingana biac under the eyes. Jte passed several worms, some as arge ns a ihi stem. 1 also gae a small teaspooniuii Samuel, a little, rosy checked fleshy boy, alout 31 aa . : years ol.t. lint as ins stomaen was lympanous, i. e. Ii was pjt-bellied, 1 thought he might have worm. He cried after more, which 1 did not we tit to give him, but uion the operation of this medicine, his mother and the neighbors were surprised at the result. He passed nearly a pint of worms, almost all as big as a common pijiestem. 1 here was seventy in all. i men ?ave some to a little boy only )i years old, and lie pass ed twenty-tiye, some eight inelies in length. 1 there- tore leel clear to recommend .M lane s v ermituge as a s:-cihc tor worms, it lairlv seems death to them. a.fla'AB II It! i.l . rittsburgh Feb. 10th, 1H47. J. Kmu vV Co. No. 60 V ihxI Street; futsburgh, now thcsole proprietors of Dr. M' line's celebrated medi cines. All orders must be addressed to them. 8 N. U. I'urchascra will please ! particular to inquire for Dr M" Imki's Awrican Wurm Sytcißc, a - or I ermiiug: Sold Wholesale & Kttail by CKAWFOHD BELL. Main St., Evansville I Py Druggists and Dealers generally throuyhout United States. DALLKY'S Magical Pnin Extractor. .More proofs that Dalley's .Magical Tain I xtrac- tor is best Metlicine in ihe world. Every day i de monstrating the matchless virtues ol tins article. Letters are cumins to us from all parts ol the Union expressing cratitude and surprise at the wonderlul properties it possesses in all cases ol burns, rneuma tism. biles, wounds, i.e. The press abounds in no tices ot its hijzh character as a standard .Medicine, and from the number we select the following from the I.-land City of the I Jth September : OiLuv s .M epical taix r.x TRACTOC An inven tion likethis truly wonderful article, so full of virtues hould be made known to the universe. Its cures, in many cases arc absolutely beyond belief. For burns. scalds, sores, swellings, pains in the limbs ofall kinds, cuts, wounds, and in every disi ase of the body, where it can he appl.t d externally, it never tail to cure. A iiigular ca-e came under our own observation. A triend in playing with a st an steel pen, run it into the palm of his hand so that it came out nt the back and had to In extracted tint way. 1 he poisonous nature of llic ink in the wound, as well as the instru incnt itself, caused the hand to swell dreadlully. Dallcv's l ain Extractor was applied, and the next day the swelling had entirely gone down, the pain had leit. and the wound was cured ma tew days. Important Caution Counterfeits ot my Extractor are unblushinslv published to ihe world in my name. Protect yours lt,as you value lite, and health, Irom these deceptions, i am, as every druggist in the Lin ted States knows, the sole inventor and proprietor of Dalley's Magical Fain Extractor; no other being has ever made or can make a grain ot it. for no man liv- inir has the secret ot ihe preparation but myself. The only genuine has my written signature on each label. and n sold wholesale and retail at thet.eneral Hepot Iiroadway, New York; and at the Southrcn De pot, 151 C Au l KES street, New Orlens, my only general fjepot tor the iutu and wen. II HAL.I.1 All orders for Agencies, or for Tuin Extractor, must leaddresscd loj. WICIUHT & Cl.. 151 C AI! TH F street New Orleans, only agents tor the South and West KrOnly Agents in Evanville, mar'25-ly ALLIS HOWES HOWL'S IIYCEIAX IIOAKIIOUND A LIV KB W O UT CO VCm II CA SDV. THIS popular Ca.xdy hasheen before the public in tlie west and suth more than one ytar.atid in that hort space of lime it has obtained more reputation for its L'otxl Qualities, certainly of cure, and cheap ness, than any other Medicine of the kind ever otfered It L the intention of the proprietors to sell theCotGH Ca.ndv reasinable, in order lhat it may be in the reach of all to obtain a remedy, that never tails, (no such word as "fail" is ever heard or thought of, when tih Candy is talked about,) curing U.e most violent Colpi and Core ii, and is therefore olfered to the sufleriiig and afflicted, of the West and South; for their good. I TLM0NARY lXMPLAI.VrS, CoLP!,CoUHS,HOAR.SNI SS, IsRoNctiiTis, Asthma, I'liTitisic, Cnovp, And general afflictions of Wiioori-NU Cofcn, IsrLUE.NZA, Dil TICVI.TY Or ExrECTOK Sore Throat, Iatios the Chest and Lungs, which leads to Consumptions, all of which diseases, vield immediately bv the use of this valuable Cotoi" Candy. The materials used in the preparation are of the best quality, being vegetable and the liest white Ha vana Sugar, consequent! y it may lie relied on as in ev- T. ery resject a pure and genuine article. HOWE 3LCO. 1 .Yo. 1, CJUgt Hall, Walnut Strttt CinciHuuti, 0. k CERTIFICATES. From Henry Morse, Ex J udneot Court of Common Please. This is to certify that we have used theCoughCan l i iijitim .i 1 L - uy oi iiuvv cc ka.., anu ao wnn connuence cneer- fully recommend it to thote afflicted w ith Couglts. Colds, itc. II. MOUSE. .Manuiacturerof latent rorce lumps. Ornamental Cast Iron Fountains, Fjre Engines, A:c. Cincinnati, Aug. 11, 147, I). S KAN NUM. J rom D. Tuttle.rroprietor of the City Hotel Messrs. Howe t Co: (lentlenten: It is with much satisfaction that 1 have it in my power to testify to thedhciency of your Cough Candy. I have used it and know it to be a valuable and certain remedy lor Colds and Coughs, and as such commend it to the public. Cincinnati, Aug. 16. 147, 1) TUTTLE. From Win. Young, Presiding Elder, of the Metho dist E. Church, Cincinnati. Mr. Ilowt: Not long sincewlu!e laboring under the influence of a painfully embarrassing hoarseness -occasioned by cold and speaking in the open sir a menu nanuea me a piece oi your uoarnounu anu Liverwort Candy" from the use of which 1 experien ced great and almost immediate relief since then 1 have lreiuently used it witlt the same benehcial ef fects. 1 theretore feel no hesitance in recommending your Candy as a certain specific for CouüIis, Colds, Iloarsness,Jcc. WM. YoUNU. Cincinnati Aug. 27, 1?I7. Indi W. M. WOOIEY. Agent.Evansville no v 3, tf" r' Mil BDDüHOltfßSIlje c. E - rrJiiti fi ra a m ;tnn rss n siti I II NV III f - V "--HiViH S5 Componnd Extract -it is six M UT I A I II K.N K FIT lASUKA.M'i: V02HVAXY. wry a a t l in institution isuistineuithtd irom t others, at home or a broad, by all, or most j the following peculiarities 1. V hwre the premiums arc over 650. it requires- only one quarter part in ca?h. instead ot the whole. It allows the assured to pay yearly, iiuarurlv. monthly or weekly. J. No part ol the profits are withheld, or divert ed Irom the assured, either in chanty or otherwise, 4. It has no loan, either nominal or real, to pay interest for, having a st llicient capital funded, from premiums received. j. i ne assureo can wiiuuraw ins nronts. or nave them to accumulate, year by year, at his option. b. It assures to the age ol b., instead ot stooping at 60. 7. It declares the profits yearly, instead of once in s a - a . live or seven years, ana issues scriu yearly to the As :reen Mountain Ointment, the Consumptive's llalm, I ured, hearing 6 per cent interest which scrip is re ueeineu in casn, wncn tne proms amounted to s-w. RV, or allowed to accumulate at the option ol the the Dvsenterv vrui. trr The Oeneral Airent for Indiana is Mvrus Sea ton, to whom applications for agencies may be addres sed. EIWAKI BARTON, Secretary. New ork, January, 1?!. WM. M. W00LSEY, Agent mayl-tf for Evansville. HEALTH! HEALTH! THOMSON S COM POUX D S V ll l l'or TAH AN D WCK)D NAPHTHA. TUE ONLY CERTAIN REMEDY IOR THE CVRE Of CONSU3IPTION. shma, Dronchists, Spitting llool, Pain in the Side and Urcnst, Sttre 1 hroat, Ilaorsness, t alpitation of ihe heart, ty hooping tough, troup,Hives, Nervous Tn-mours, Liver complaint, Ditcased Kidneys, and Atiectious generally ot the Throat, lireai-t 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 esiiecial- ly, Pulmonary Consumption lsempuatically a scourge and in its resistless career sweeps over the land as a Destrovinz Ansel, laying low, witn relentless hand, the strongest and laircti of our race. Hitherto all efforts to arrest this dread disease hive proved vain, and all that seemed within our power was at best al teviatign of sLticrini, rendering somewhat smoother the certain nroirrcss to the tomb The proprietor, in offering this preparation to the public, would embrace the opportunity to state uion what grounds it pnt. torth its merits; and the reason upon which u founds its superior claims to the atten tion of the afflicted, that all who repjire its use may repose hill confidence in its curative powers. ince its first preparation he has had the pleasure of wit Hessing its hn.ipy results in numerous instances; bu he was determined not to olfer it to the public unti Ii had become thoroughly convinced ot its eHiency Having such conviction, he now 'confidently oilers i is n remedy without a parallel for the cure ot'FUL MONAKY CONSUMPTION and its kindred dis eases. lt the following speak Lr itself. I have ui'TuoM.-ioN's Co-uror.MtSvRrr or Tar Wot D N AriirilA, for some time in my practices nd have found it the most ellicicnt remedy I have ever used in Consumptive cases. Chronic" Catarrh, etc when great irritahjhty, with weakness of the pulmo nary organs, existed. The rapidity with which it acts is greatly in its favor where dysputea or oppres sion exists, w hen is mediately reliuvt-d by it." "In Pulmonary Consumption it can be used with confidence,' U titg applicable to every form of that Jist-ase,and 1 consider it a medicine well worthy the mention of Physicians, and exempt from the impu aticn ofem;ira'cisni." M. CilA.MCEliS, M. D. Philadelphia. Oct. I Ith, 1316. rrTlie abovemedicines prepared only by Anunet Dtt-Kio.x. at NEeorner of Fifth and Spruce Streets Philadelphia: Sddby C. HELL, Evansville, ami res-ciable druegtsts generally. Pri'"e.crnts rrsl per Ixittle Ueware of interven i n i:ot- 1 Ji J 7 Assured. 8. It enables a man to provide for his wife and children in such a way, that although be may lose every thing, they are safe; and all persons, wfiethei married or unmarried, to provide lor Old Age, Sick ness ami want, as well as lor Death 11. 1 he Assured can surrender the policy at any . .i i . - ii time auer tue nri year, anu receive us equitable value. 10. A t any time after the first year, the Assured can liorrow on the scrip issued, two-thirds ot us a mount, so that he has nothing to fear from a change ol circumstances, or inability to pay the premium 11. Directors andOtlicers are chosen yearly; and the Assured rotes according to h:s interest. 12. The funds are all invested in L'uited State.. fw lork. New Jersey and Massachusetts stocks and in Keal Estate in New York and New Jersey, wholly untncumtiered, and of double the value loat. ed. 13. It pays no Directors, no Auditors, r SoÜci tors. It lends money to neither 14. It does not reikon the Assured a year older the literary and sedentary of both se: than he is but Irom six months less to six months! ylXD A Tkeasi ke or Hi iiorr, so as io equalize tne estimate between an par-1 hi these P1II4 - 1 - - - - - ties. TO THE CITIZENS OF TliisiGrcat and Glorious U 11 ten. I 1FE being the greatest blessinjr, that which in- Ij surers it free trom the evil ot premature death must, he of paramount importance. Israndreth s 1 ills are altogether ol v egetable com position, and hilc they Mh-M ss remarkable jKJwer. lit curing disease, are perfectly harmless, and can thus he used with perfect safety by persons of all ages, und in any condition of the system, wiih a cer tainty ot Niictu-ial results trout Hair o;Tation, which is mild mid pleasant, tho' thoroughly search ing to the root of diseased ani.Mi, and always termi nating in a great .ncrease ol health and vigor. N inei v-seven years they have wen lielore the pub lic, and every sucrecding year has increased the sphere of thfir great list hilness. They are now pa tronized in everv part ?l tr.e eivtlix'tl world: nor can envy nor detraction materially impair their well es tablished reputation. These celebrated Pills do not cure entirely by their purging qualities. J hey have 111 their composition a vegetable corpuscle, analagous to tho corpuscle ol the blootl; the corpuscle ol vegetable origin, becomes, incorporated with the mass of the lile-giving fluid, and IM TARTS A FERMENTATIVE FOWER which occasions the u!-d to throw out all infestial, poisonous, or jicccant matters, thereby entirely pur i- lying the whole volume ot blood in the circulation. Anil thus these i ills rure l lie most latal. and noxious and harrassing diseases, in a manner to easy and certain, as to give great thankfulness to the af- tlirled. Every year their sale.has increased. Dr. DrandreiL sells more of thcai at this time in a month thnn he did in the whole of the year lällt, or any previous ytar 1 he sale having increased TWELVE-FOLD IN TEN YEARS Can anv other medicine be pointed out that has sustained its reputation that has increased in the conlulence ot the public in on eaual proportion f 11 wouiu be a most happy thiim tor the poor, it the preju'lict'9 ol .Medical men would permit their gene rai adoption in the public Hospitals. What 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 Ions remain to poison our at mos phere with its noxious exhalation No malady no not even Cholera, would be ot a dangerous character were Lhandreih's Pills vigorously resorted to when tne urst oi its symptoms were perceived. An Mn Fever, and levers of an inflammatory, or of a typhoid character would be found equally under their power tui control, vv bile innuenza, small-tMix, meaMes, scarlet tever. and all the diseases of chi'dren would be affairs requiring only a very few doses of Tills, to entirely re-establish the patient s heultb. And in case of rheumatism and dropsy, and the various forms ot lungdiseat-e, no medicine is capable ct doing more goKl; or w hose use would tend more to the recovery ol health. Tucse Facts, Dr. LiuMj&trH proclaims, ike SOLEMN TRUTHS. Lit our Legislatures and men in authority e very -ti i i a wnere iook to tms. ll these mines oe so is tt not a part of their high duty to cause the ßrandreth Pills to be used by our glorious Army and Navy, and in al public Hospitals? Public opinion tells these honor able men, lhat such is their duty; and one of the most serious character in which is involve! the security ol many valuable lives. Over Two Millions of our titi zens have approved ot Iirandreth's Pills: they are no longer a private, but a public medicine. Let the sick every where see to their interest, aix obtain this eurer ol sickness: disiwnser of health and securer of long life. ' The weak, the nervous and di . i ... i ...- . . . or 15. The rates are lower, the expenses less, and the profits larger, than 'y h Foreign Offices; investment here yielding from 6 to 7 percent. abroad only 3 per cent. to say nothing ol JJ lrJ percent reserved; hoi ot interest auowei to those who lurnislt a ? guaran tee capital," at the rate of 5 per cent, on every hun dred poundj subscribed, for every ten pounds paid in : a - . . io. insiciJ oi encouraging, eyery precaution is taken to prevent, a forfeiture of the policy. IT. The liability of the Aurvd is limited by Law, to tne amount ol his premium note. A LLEN C. 1 1 ALIXDOK, Agent. .M.J. Brav. M. D. Medical Examiner. 4 11 - I . . win persons wisiung to maKe insurance on their own or on their friends LIVES, will please call up on the agent in this City, Otlice on .Main street near' ater, and examine the terms und rates of the Com- "any. je 16-1 y lUKAXDY ANI WINK. . iinrtti inc; do; Drrtnd. r casks purejuice. Port Wi " " Ol.UI.rt , 5 " " Ma.teria? 1 " Sherry: 1 pipe pure Cognac Bran Jy,Otard, Dnpuy's ij',iiiirsinvc neon purcnasr.il esiwcial.- lelicate are strenithened Lv the operation of Bran dreth Pills, which are bt ttelieial for the mind as fo the body : mental derangements of all kinds are cured by them; in lact they impart a vnror and power to the intellect truly surprUins. it is now a common oc currence when a man is about to make a great effort to take a dose ot P.randreth's Pills, which clear the liead and Invigorate the perceptive faculties. In fact seies will ALTIT. When sleep cannot lie obtained from tne nervousness ol the steni induced Irom over tax ation of he mental faculties, or other causes, oi e oi twooi llVsel iliswill invariably produce -deep. In low nervous levers they are most valuable. Spurzhcim ami me lanterned llarns n would have been save had these rills been used. Kemember then, that energy of mind and body re suit from Urandreth's Pills: that thev are aaDÜt abh in all conditions of the body, doing good if good can nc oene, ana win oe 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 all other travellers, should never lie without them; ihey prevent scurvy, costivenes, and cure the malignant levers ot hot climates When you purchase otherwUe than of Dr. Ror his agents, be sure and obtain the genuine, and have none other. . URANDRETH'S PILL'S arc solJ.with full tlirec tions, at Ja cents jier box, at 211 Hudson street, 274 IJowery, Mrs. twji; 4 Market street, Brooklyn, and by Dr. Lirandrcth's Princ ipal Otlice, 211 Droadwae. New York, and by DANIEL WOOLSLY. and WM M. WOOLfEY. agents Evansville and by one agentin every town or viuagem tne i niTe.1 Mates. nnl 4m i) ior sickness, and tne pubiiccan rely upon tlitir pu T VST Received this dav bvexoress. afew c: :jan2LJ C U ELL of mens' tine Calf monroes and Misses' La j - - ! i ity. In store and for sal, by F. I. FA AN, J rath ion able Hoot and Shoe, 'Inker. I poots and a variety of chll lrens' shoe. Ve. mayt. W.K. BAKE!, No 22 main casts aced Ac. street il WOULD inform hi vA that he now has, and I keep, a fire lot of Pi I intends to constantly hiladebhia Calf-skin- tor hue worii. vv ork ol every description done with tne utmost nritncris and despatch. On Main street opposite the Ink. ;,tldly. PAl'Elt HANGINGS. lriends and the public l ) I ITfcC ) Z( 1 PIFCES Wall Paper, new style,; ryaJ am Satin faced: 10O New stvles 1-4 Window lr,. Just rrerived and for sale low by " nv6 J. II. MAC H EES: CO. Dr .Town send' SA RS A PA KILL. A. This Extract is out up in quart bottle: times cheaper, pleasanter,and wtirranted superior io any sold, ll cures dieaes w ithout vomiting, pur in, sickenintr or debilitating the patient, and is "3 r - - particularly adapted for a iSffJlMi ANU SU.M.MfcK .MfcUltl.U The trreat teauty andsuueiioritv of this Sarsapa- rilla overall otlier remedies is, while it eradicates dis ease, it vicoratts the Iwdv. Consumption cured leanse and strengthen Cunsumption can be cured Bronchitis consumption, liver complaint, colds, coughs,caarth. asthma, spitting of blood, sore ness in the chest, hectic Hush, night sweats, üimcult or profuse expectoration and paiu in the side, vc have and can be cured. Probably there never was a remedy that lias been so successful in desperate case of consumptionas this; it cleanses and strengthens the i-ystem, and appear to heal the ulcers on the lungs, aud the patients grad ually regains their usual health and strength. CCKIOIS CASE OF CO.NSV.VIT10.V There is scarcely a dav passes but there area ntirn- . . a a a a ber ol cases ol Consumption reported as cured hy tu use of Dr. I ownsend s :arsapa: illa. 1 he following was recently received. Dr. Towxsend Lear Sin For the last three years I have been atllicted with general debility, and ner vous consumption ot the last stae, and did not ex pect to ever gain my health at all. Atter going hrtough a course of medicine under the care of soin ot the most distinguished regular physicians and members of the Board ot Health in New York and elsewhere, an I spending the most of my earnings in attempting to regain my health, and after reading in some paper ot your iSarsaparill 1 resolved to try ij. After tij-ing six bottles lloundildone megreatgood and called lo see you at your cilice, with your ad vice 1 kept on, and do most her.rtily thank, you lor your advice. 1 persevere in taking the Snrsaparilla, and have been able to attend to my usual labors for he last three months, and I hope by tho blessing ot God and yourarsaparilla to continue toy health. . helped me beyond ihcexpect&tionsol all that knew my case. tiiAKi,r.uti.uui Orange, Essex Co, N, J., Aujr. 2, 1S47. State of New Jersey. Essex County, ss. Charles Quimby being sworn according to law, on his oath suith, that the foregoing statement is true according to the lu st of his knowledge und belief. CHARLES Ql'IMBY. Sworn and subscrüied to I fore me at Orange, the d Aug. 1S47. CYRUS BALDWIN, Justice of the Peace. SPHTINO BIK)D. Read the following and say that consumption if incurable if you can. NiwYiRK.Aptil2: 1S17. MR.Towxsr.XD: I varily Ix-l.eve thatytmr Sarsap- arilla has tn-en ihe means, through Prvidence, ol a.- a i aa a J savimr mv lite. 1 have tor several rears haj a uaa coimU. It liecame worte and worse. At last 1 rois ed large euautiiies ot hlod, had night sweats, and was irately d-bi!itnted and reduced, and did not ex pect to live, I have only used your Sar.-apaiilla but a short time, and there hits a wonderful change Uen wrought on me. 1 am now able to walk all over the ty. 1 raie no blood, and mv cough has lelt inc. You can well imagine thai 1 am thankful for these results. Y our oliedi nt servmt. Wv. Kt ssn.i., luCathatinc st. LOT 1IEHPLECM. TIk annexed certificate tells a imple and truthfu story td suffering and reuet, liiere are thousands ot similar cases in this city and Brooklyn, and yet thereare thousands ut parents who let tht ir children die lor tear ol being humbugged or to save a tew t-lnlt ngs. Bkooklt.v. Sept VS. 1817. Dr. Towxsexd: I take pleasure in stating, for the benefit of those whom it may concern, that my daughter, two years and six months old, was atliic leu with general debility and loss ol speech, c-he was given up as past recovery by our laiiuly physi cian; but fortunately 1 was recommended by a tritiu! to try your rarsapnrilia. Uelore having usetl one bottle she recovered her sinechaud was enabled to wai t ahme, to the astonishment ol a I who were ac qjumttd with the circumstance. Miels now quitt weiland in much better hearh than she has Wen loi months past. JOSEPH TAYUMt, K'8 Y ork st. Brooklyn TWOCIIILDREN SAVED. v ery lew families indeed in tact we have not heard of one that Used Dr. Townscnd'sSarsapaiilla in time lost any children the past Summet, while those that did iiotsickem-d and died. 1 hecertiheate we publish below is conclusive evidence of its value and is only ano.hcr instance of its saving the lives o children: . V . rt m a ' a aa a fn. 1 owxsEXD Urar .Mr.- 1 Had twoelnldren eur lit t r . kea py your .artaparuia i tin; summer complaint and dyseniery; one was only 1j mouths old and Ihe oth rcjJ years. 1 hey were very much reduced, and lew expected they would cic; ihey weregiven up by tw respectable physicians. hen the dictor inlormcd us lhat we must lose them; we resolve I io try your &arsspari!Ia we had heard so much of, but had little confidence; there being so mjch stuff adverti"ed that is worthless; but we are very thmklul that we did ior it, unnoubteuiy saved the lives ol both 1 write this lhat others may be induced to use it. i ours, rcsiiectlully, JOHN WHON, Jr. Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 15, ltM". LUNATIC ASYLUM. James Cummings, Em, one of the Assistants in the Lunatic Asylum, BlackwelPs Island, is tho gen tleman spoken of in the following letter: RHEUMATISM. This is only one ol more than tour thousand cases of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend'a Sarsaparilla has cured The most severe and chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary virtues: Blacku t.u t 1 i.a.n o, Sept. 14, 1347. Dr. TowxstXD: 1 have suffered terribly for nine fears with the rheumatism; considerable of ihe time could not eat, sleep or work; I had the most dis tressing pains, and my limla were terribly swollen. I have usetl four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and they have done me more than one thousand dollars worth of goxl-1 an so much lii.K Indeed, I am entire ly lelievetl. You are at liberty to use this for the ben etit ot tho alllictcd. Y'ou.-s, respectfully, JA.MESCUM.MINGS. COULD NOT WALK. That Dr. Townsend'sSa-saparilla 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 4o which females are subject were soon in the enjoy ment cf robutt health. Nlw Yontc,Sep 1S17. Dr. Tow.Nsrxn: My wife has for the lat 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 lo; she got so bad at length that the was eutirt ly unable to walk, and was as helpless as a child, she commenced using your Sarsaparilla, and she imuiedi'itely began to regain her Mrength, hei complaints leti her, and after taking several bottle sin; is restored. Being a singular case I have thought itmight do good to publish it. She used a number ol remedies lhat clone her t.o good previouly. Yours, respectfully, JOHN MULLEN, H7Narfolk st. TO Til n LADIES. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. Da. Towjisexd's Sarsaiariixa is a sovereign and speedy cure tor incipient consumption, and Tor the general pros t ratio lot the system no matter whether the result of inherent causoor causes, produced by ir regularity, illness or accide nt. Nothing can lie more surprising than its inv igora ting etlecis on tlie human frame. Persons all weak ness and hssitude, from taking it at once become ro bust and full of energy under its influence. It imiite- diately counteracts the nervclessness of the female trame, which is the great cause of barrenness. It will not lie expected of us, in cases of so delicate a nature, toexhihit certificates ot cures performed, but we can assure the alilicted lhat hundreds of case have 1m en reported tous. Du. TowxstXD: My wife Iteing greatly distressed by weakness and general debility, and su tiering con tinually by pain and with, other dilliculties, and hav ing known cases where your medicine has effected great cures: and also hearing it recommended for such cases as 1 have described. I obtained a bottle of your Extract of Sarsaparilla and followed the directions you gave me. In a short tenod it removed her com plainu and restored her to health. Being grateful for the benefits she received, I take pleasured thus ac knowledging it, and reco-nmending it to the public M. D. MtXMIE, cor. of Grand and Lvditissts Albany, Auj. 17, Hll TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES. This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressiv prepared in reiinnoce to female complaints. No fe male w ho nas reason to suppose tne is approaching that critical period, "the turn of life, thould neglect to take it, as it is a certain preventive for any cl th numerous and horrible diseases lo w hich females arc subject at this time ot lite. This period may be de layed for several years by using thisenieditine. Nor is 'it less valuable for those who arc approaching wo manhood, it is calculated to assist nature by quick ening the blood and invigorating the evstem. Indeed this niedccine is invaluable for all the diseases 1 which women are subject. It braces the whole system, renews permanently the natural energies by removing the 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 for female weakness and drs- ease UREASE OF THE HEART, RUPTURE AND DUOPSY- New Yor.K. July, 22, 184C. Dr. Towcr.D Dear Hir : My wife has been af flicted with a terrible rapture for . over fifteen year' the greater pait of the time. She has been troubled with shortness of breath & great fluttering ol the heat, 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 ehe. was entirely relieved of the disease of the heart, and the rupture nas almost entirely disappeared. She has also had 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 he of the dropsy. 1 am aware that this statement is sa strange as to appear almost like fiction, but it is sober reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a valu able medicine, and should be used by every one that ssuflcting as we hav e been. If any disbelieve this account, they are at liberty to call at my house and have ocular demonstration. Yours, respectfully. WILLIAM TOWSEK, 1 Jarr.ea wt. DYSPEPSIA. No fluid or medicine has ever been discovered which so nearly resembles the gastric juice or saliva n decomposing food and strengthening the or ran s ot digestion as rua preparation ol Sarsaparilla. it pos itively cures f'tery case of dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. - Baxk Defaetmext, Altaxt, May 10, 1815, T Dn. TowxstXD -Sir : 1 have been atllicted for sev eral years with dyspepsia in its worst form, attended with tourness ot stomach, loss of appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great aversion to all kinds of food, and for weeks (what 1 could t at) 1 have been unable to retain but a small portion on my stomach. I tried the usual remedies, but thev had little or no el Ice t in removing the complaint. I was induced, ul ut two months since, to try your extract of Sataparitla, and 1 must say with 'little confidence: but alter Uiing nearly Ivso bottles,! found my appetite restored and the heartburn entirely rctm-ved; and 1 wot.1-1 1 arneslj ly recommend ilteue of it lo those who have be.u alilicted as 1 have been. Yours, &c. r- W. W. VAN ZANDT. N. B. Purchase none but such as have wrapper that hide the bottle completely, and have the written signature ol S, P. TOW NSLND. Principal office. 12uFuItori.at.Sun fhmdinr V. Y Ketldinu & Co. BtMate-st. lieton: Dvatt Sont. IWNoi th-Secuwi,. M Philadelphia; S.S. 1 lance, drug gist, Baltimore; Durol &. Co Richmond; P. M. Co hen. CletUtton; W light & Co, 131 Chartres-et, N. O.; 1C3 South Pearl-st, Albany; R. Van Buskirk,5W comer ot Market ami Broad Ms, Nt wnk, N. J., and by principal Druggists and Merchants genemlly thro oitl ihe L nited Matts, W est Indies, and the Canada. i ..-1 . . . ...... ........... ror.Taie iy ALU. L. I.'.tUMK. DruggUt Mun.St, Eviitiaville, Ind. Who is opjxiinted by the propiietor. W holesale geiit,wiihauihotitv to sell at Manufacturer's prices. For Sale also by j, ICH AUD L. I! ALIA CK. march l-d&w lv DruggUt Piincelon, led. TEAS! TEAS!! ALLIS cV II01VES, EvmiM Hie, la. -1 GESTS OF THE SR W YORK CA2TTON T23A CCXCXATITL. The OUat Tea Lttullibhmtnl in AmtrUa THE Canton Tea Company hr.s been popularly know u for many years. Thia is tho iarget and oldest Tea Establishment in America. !ht pi. Llie have had lull proof ol their iuttgiiiy and rtpooai l.ility. But such has been thegitataud pietaingds mtmd for their Teas of late, that tl.ty have been obli ged io enlarge, to a great extent, their tw) piincipl establishments in New York, viz: 12 Chatham & 103 (Jrcci.wieb Strcrti. Thty moi cover xsfess fjcdiiies, iii tclaikn toll. Tea trade, in a very abundant tiegtce, and dowlilcs supe rior to any other Tea Concern iu Ainuica. 'I lieir scrupuloes regard to all principhs that und to elevate the character of a large houe, t& well Uk dertood, and has already procured the m a cotinto tion, probably, larger than all other Tea csiabluL uients united, and they consequently an dttei mined to sell teaa purer, nioic frngrunt, and pciUct lor th price, in the nggngate, tlain any house in the woild China excepted. They mott zealously invite the attention ol ihe in habitants of this city and urroundii.g country to their agency Mtssrs. Allis & HowiY. where the following assortu.ents are always on hand; and ilit y feel no hesitation in statinf , that wherever a tingle trial is made, a very decidtti prtlt rente is given lo tlie celebrated Te-asof the Cautoii 'leu Company. ÖCrBeader make the expciuuent. lit tail jricc$ at ulluu t tkbjtct in all catct tc be rt' turned if not uppruvtd . ;ni;i;Ss. uood loung Hyson to JO CO- tlo - do .... do 0 0 1 1 o 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 62 75 00 25 75 00 25 M j 00 25 75 00 25 50 63 75 50 75 00 75 C2 00 00 line do No '2 fragrant No 2 very fine Silver Leaf, (food Hyson Very due do Extra fragrant tiood Hyson skin Oood Imperial Very hne do Extra fine do Cloud Gunpowder Fine do Extra fine do BLACKS. No 1 Souchong No 2 do Finest do Fragrant Powchung, vaiious prices Congo, various prices Fine Oolong Very fine do Extra fine do iMngyong, various prices Finest English Breakfast Tea. (very rich Pekoe flavor Vine Orange Pekoe Finest Pekoe Flowers Howqt a, or finest Black Tea imported-. rve plus ultra I eas, both Green and Black, of all descriptions, the highest grades grown io China, f lO pcrjiound. TAKE XOT1CE. The Canton iTca Company are the exclusive venders of the super or Black Tea called "Ilowjva's Mixture. They introduced it in America in IS 10 and every otlier person or house profe-ing to sell the same at all much lent at a low er price deceive the unwary, as the public them selves will percieve, by comparing I lie spurious with the genuine "Ilowqua" vended by the Canton 7 -Company. Every package (in addition to its containing fnll weight, independent ot the wrapper.) bear the stamp of neatness ai.d elegance, and the Teas therein are so thoroughly ecured front light and air. that the quality mid jntwer will rtmaiii unimnnirrdin any cli mate, my 1CJ ALL1.S & HOWES, Agent. . ' TTINLR'S Canadian Vcrraifo-c-Thebcit f remedy ever yet discovered for all -kinds WURMS. It not only deetroys Worms and invigo rates the whole system, but it dissolves. andcarricaoU the fuiterabundunt f lime or mucus, so prevalent in the stomach and bowels of children, more especially those in bad health. The mucus forms tho bed or nest in which worms produce tlieir young, and by re movcin it. it is irnpoesible for worms to remain in th body. It is harmless in its effects on the tysicm, and the health of the patient is always improved by it V' 'v'.'n ,Mn no w"n" are di-oovered; the med cine Uing palatable, no child will refuse to take it not even the most delicate , , , t?rIrTaria JO,1N VINER i CO., No 85 Maiden Lane. New Yoik. Sold wholewile and re- 101 T J Y?KIIT' ikneT1 A for tho SoSh and W tt, 1j1 Chirtres strect.Wew Orleans JCrOuIy Agent iu Evansville, - i ,nar ?:-l ALLIS A- HOWES.