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ST : VOL. I. EVANSVILLE, IA., THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1848. NO. 80 Pill mm W. II CHANDLER & Co., Publisher. OFFICE ON FIRST ST., BELOW MAIN. TERMS OF AD VERTISING : For twelve lines, first insertion. 50 cents For each additional insertion, 25 cents For twelve lines per annum in Daily or Weekly paper changeable, fcS 00 For same amount in both papers, 10 00 For one-fourth column Daily or weekly 20 00 do- ..do---- in both paper, 25 0Ü For one-half column Daily or weekly 35 oo do d.... in both papers J 00, For Cards of six lines and under - .-", 00 The privilege of annual advertisers is limited to, their immediate business, and may be changed as often as once a week. ; and all advertisements lor th benefit of other persons, as well as all legal adver tisements, and advertisements of auction sales sent in by them, must be paid for at the usual rates. No reports, resolutions, or proceedings of any cor poration, society, association, or public meeting, and no communication designed to call attention to any matter of limited or individual interest, can be inser ted, unless paid for as an advertisement. No advertisement can be inserted gratuitously for charitable or other societies,public institutions or com duties. ' Agreements will be made at higher price for ad vertisements inserted before "inarnapes and deaths," but ill advebtisemcth thatexceed tiie limits engag- will be counted and charged for CRAWFORD BELL, WHOLESALE AND RET A II DRUGGIST, MAIN STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA HASnow in st1 and daliy receiving his Spring supplyUmp MIicin, Faint, Oils, Dy Stuß, üptcrSi Soaps, Ferfumery. Window Glass, Glassware, Xarnisk, Faintund J arnisk Brushes, $-e. d-. My stock is one of the largest and most coin plete fer before o tiered in this market, comprising almost every article in my line, selected by myself wilb (treat care in regard to th best qualities, and purchased directly from first hands and on the best term, by which means I am enabled to pell at as low a rate as anr other House in this part of the country Dealers are respcstfull v requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere, and those who cannot do so, by pending their orders shall have them attended to as promptly ana at rates as low as li nere in person. . . . My stock consists, in part, of the following . in. C. COOK, M. D. Office Corner of Main and Pine Streets, ST. LOUM. MISSOURI. T)OCT. COOK tenders his acknowledge- 'menu to his numerous patrons for the con fiioiw rpnoaed in his skill and ability in the important andcritica department of the profes sion, to which he continues to devote his attention, Vu: the diseases of the EYE and EAK. Having devoted the ast fifteen years to the study and prac tice in this branch of medica science, he feels assur ed that in even the most in eterate cases he can ac- 0 nplish a pcrmanantand sate cure. His success heretofore warrants this degree of confidence in any Cise that may be present d. Persons who are unfor tunately afllicled with disease of either the EYE or the K A It, are invited to call and seek relief, ap ll--di.wly. i - t. Dl 3 FORTH J. L. DAXFOSTU. J. DAXFOUTII A SON. WHOLESALE DEALERS IS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. No. 444, Main St. Louisville, Kr. m21 500 ox Sulp Quinine: 4 j ox iouin, - 100 oi Hy'd Potasso, 50 oz Peperine; 2UO oz Ext BarkPrccip't; 350 lbs Gum Aloes; 350 do Assafelido; 250 do Pulv Rhubarb; 250 do do Jalapo; 15 bids Sulphur; 5 do Uriinntonr; . 300 lbs Soft Indigo; 1200 do line Madder; 2Ü0 do N utmogs; 300 do Cloves; 100 mats Cinnamon; 200 lbs Calomel; 500 do Cream Tartar, Id bbis fd. Whiting; 10 do Jo Drown; 10 do V. Red; 150 11 Chrome Green; do Pans Green; 150 lbs Chrome Yellow; 10 bbls Tanners' Oil; do Linseed, do; do pure Castor Oil: do spirits Turpen tine: do Copal Varnish; do Alcohol; do ' Copperas: do A) urn; boxes liottks and Yiats; do Window Glass 5 Carboys Oil Vitriol 6 do Nitric&Mu- ( riatic Acie; hhOO lbs Salaeratus; i 1000 do iiea I-au; do Litharge; boxps James' River Tobacco; kegs White Lead. 5 5 10 5 5 10 5 200 100 300 10 Are yon Insured? TUE undersigned as agent for the Col umbus Ohio Insurance Company, is prepar ed to take risks on on shipments of Merchant dize. Produce, ccc, from and to any part of the l'. States by steam and sailing vessels, steam, tanal-. keel and Hat boats, also upon buildings, merchandize, furniture, Alc., on most reasonable terms. I he high reputation which tins Company bears for its ability, liberality and promptness in adjusting lost ses, entitles it to the confidence and patronage of the public. InovCT-tl.j J.MJ.M. 0TULhWfcLL,l'r FIRE A ITIAItllVE IKSUICAXCE. "If there It safety only in good 8tcurityin order to be secure ve mast be safely Insured." WII EN we hear of our friends loosing their prop erty by fire,or that the vessel on which they have made shipment of Produce or Merchandize is lost, the first question we ask is were you insured f Now if we feel such an interest in the welfare of our friends, how can any one risk the dangers that are continually sur rounding ms own property withou being able at any time to answer the question if put to himself. "Yes I am Insured.' The Camden Insurance Company of New Jersey, well make insurance on Puildings, House hold furniture and Merchandize of all kinds also uivon shipment of Produce and Mercandize, on boad of Steam Boats, Sailing Vessels, Canal, Keel and Hat Boats, at a fair valuation and at reason ablo rates ot Premium, and, in case of loss, as soon as the claim can be properly adjusted pay over the same. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, A pent, Uilicc on Maiu St., nea Water, mar 9 Eval(sville, la. AFIIOIV CHECKS. 7"? PIECES Apron Check, this day opening, lor sale low, wholesale or retail. E cc W. LEWIS, a Water street WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ashionable Hat Establishment, Ccrner bf Main and First Sts., Eianstille. l Til E attention ofcountry merchants and dealers "is particularly directed to the large and varied as sortment of HATS, CAPS, &.C., now opening at the above establishment, comprising the most complete lock ot fashionable and durable Spring and Summer wear ever offered in this city, and unsurpassed in the West. Posseting the most favorable facilities for purchasing and a judge of all articles in my line, I am able to sell at rates lower than can be obtained elsewhere in the eify, and as low as such articles can be had in IxHiisvilleor Cincinnati. My retail customers arc are invited to call and ex amine my stock of Spring and Summer Hats, several styles of which are unsurpassed tor beauty of finish and fashion. It is my intention to sell either by wholesale or retail at prices which must command purchasers, and I earnestly solicit a call from all who intend buying. R. ALLEN. mar 21 corner of Main and First sts. etil J VA1 flU WOULD res Vscitizens of Ei 150 100 OrGinsrnr. Flaxseed. Feather; and Beeswax 1n ken at tlie highest market priee in exchange for a goods sold, or in payment ot debts due me. N. li. All persons indJbted to the tirm oi v . v. Bell will please settle up as soon as possible, either by note or otherwise, as the tirtn has been dissolved since the 23d of August last. jan2V13-tf. CRAWFORD BELL. VT. C PETEKS A; CO. MUSIC P ÜB L II VRS. No. 507 Main Street, Louisville, Ky. (5 EXT DOO TO THE BASK OF LOL'ISVILLE.) yirrr- I CONSTANTLY on hand, double and rVnrd single Action Harps, Musical Instru U J y j ii ments of every description, Italian Strings. Music publUhed W eekly -Music bound iu the strongest manner. Piano Fortes repaired and tuned to let, and sec ond hand Pianos purchased, sold, oi exchanged. Seminaries supplied vith Mutic at a IiUral dis count - - mar211y J. II. ÜIAtfHKE & CO., Agents of the BONHXRBO'JR MININS AN3 MXNUFJXCTURING CO.. HAVE just received Which they are authorized to sell at Louisville prices .ii . : . . .1..-;.. ,1. a.,4m l- v . f .n -.llpntnualitv. andsupe- 1 lieso inns aim" 7.1 it i . . . ..r .v. iwi J,.iri llraxids. Please call and eiamiae them J CICINATTI AT1IOMKI!! SOAP -AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY. -r .riTHKW MrlNXERNEY Si. Co., would res 1VX uectfully inform the citizens of Evansville, and Ilv. that the v hive established a Soap and dandle Manufactory, ou Division street ...iL. o i nd 31. at theo d stand of ilks Reagen where they intend to keep always on hand a supply of Soap and Candles, of the best quality, which tliey ia end to sell at Cincinnati prices. The highest mar- kinds ces will be paid for tallow ana grease oi ai leb 12-4m. CO.TIMEItCIA HOTEL. LOUISVILLE, AT. v w. Til II li. PltOIM ETOIl. KrOpposite the Washington Hall, 5th street, be tween Main and Market, , , mar 21 y m INDIANA HALL By A. Haubold. This Hotel i situated at the fool ol Division street, opposite the steamboat linding. Char ges moderate and accommodations eictlleut, my 10 JOB. ISöLt, HORATIO Q. WHtELER INCSLE ä AVIIEELEIt, ATTORN EYS AT LA W,Siccksmbs to Dinui &. IsüLE, General Collect torn and Real IZtlatt A'rmew. Office on First street, below Main. Si. ü II. Q. Wheiixk, Notary Public, foe 9 tf DRUGS AND MEDICINES. -J- ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Druggist andpA kTArkarmacktift, would call the attention of ''tlie citizens of Evansville and and adjoining Inwna ! hidntmiilrtR assortment ot DrUiTS.MedlCineß, Chemicals. Oils. DvestutR &.. &.C.. ic. All of ... .1. i r L r winch are carrtut v selected and recetvea iren irom the Earitprn .Markets. Phvsicians and merchants may dejend uion their orders being promptly attend ed to and the irenuine article aiwavs delivered, on terms wholesale and retail as favorable as the same quantity and quality can be purchased at any Place. lull Q?soruiitIll ui iHnniiii; .i.-vii-iinrj, Barks. Herbs. Extracts. Powders. &c, prepared and ui un bv the Miakers. Hallock's snuerior cold drawn No. 1 Castor Oil, 4ianutacturcd at Mt. Carmel, Illinois. larve assortment ot Pattent and ramilyMeili eines. Essence's. Hair Oil's. Perfumery. Siaps, and fancy articlt-s Cologne, Bay and Koe Water, allot the best qualities JN-uIUtze and eoda rowdcrs, care- lully put up and ol lull weight. Copal Varinsh at $J 00, and !Jl uper gai nn Superior Tale French Brandy, 1. tt . uoddartl lo s Jrnnd, wnrranted pure, lor tnetncai purposes ouiy. UatIock''ii WiirmCuiidv. a sale and pleasant iiu-d cine to destroy worms in children and improve the ir their general health; llal lock's (Joueh uandy composed oi liorenounu L(ncsel, tor all kinds oicauun. At the proprietors prices Dr. Vuul' Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Citters- Sce advertisement. Dr. L'phani's Vegitable Pile ElectuarySec adver tisement W rider's Suaar Coated eg. Anti-Icver Pills See advertisement. Dr. VanZandt'a Health Restorative Veg. rills See advertisement. Dr. Folger'sOlosaonion.or all Healing Balsom See adverti-'tment. Dr. Peter's Vegetable Pills, Worm and Cough Loz nges. Dr. Le Roy's Universal Vegetable Pills, composed of Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry. Dr. Porter's Poor man's Curative Sugar Coated Pills, at 10 cents per box. Dr, Porter's Poor Man's Strengthning Plaster, at 10 rents a Dieee. Barnes' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted to cure in all asps. Overstreet's genuine Linament.and Doctor Beach's rami v fill. Ur.Orave's Anti-tever and r ever ana Ague i ins, ' Cholera Infantum and Bowel com plaint Pill. 1 n V, - r I I 1 1 Lr.tiravc s l am extractor, ior uurn, scaiua ewei . .- w . I . ; ; ings, Kheumatie 1 ins, etc, warranieu to give in Bt.iiu rflil in all cnei. Nerve and bone Linainent, highly celebrated fonts JNO. M. APP respectfully informs the k,,::; r3 public eeneralll v that he has leased for term of years, the well known tavern stand in Ev ansville formerly kept by K. Ehrsam, and lately by II- V l ' I I .V I I.. ienj Aurrc. i u nouse nns ueen iuoruuguiy re paired, and handsomely fitted up w ith entire new fur niture, and those ol the travelling public who may la vor him with a call, may rest assured that tlu ir com fort and convenience w ill meet with every attention. His Table will always be supplied with the best that the market atlbrds, and his Bar furnished with the choicest loquors, carefully selected by an experi enced hand. Attached to the Hall, and immediately on the Public Square, are his stables, acknowledged by all to be the most spacious and convenient in the place. . M. At TAYLOR HALL. VAUTltlX & CO., espectfully announce to thef a Evansville and country ad-XSw jacent, 'hat they have recently opened a ShoeMore on the West sile of Mail street, next door the cor ner of Second, where thev are manufacturing BOOTS A.ND SHOES I.XAI.L TULIR VARIOUS BKANCULS. Their experienw in the business will enable them to procure the best of stock and have it manufactured in th mot durable mannt r. We invite the citizens of Evansviile and public generally to call and examine our work, as w e have a good stock ot ready made work ot our own manufacture. Young nun wishing tine Boots can obtain then here of every description, ready made or to oHer if preferable. All orders left with us for work will be nromnt v attended to. The Ladies of Evansville are respectfully invited to call and examine our large stock ol Eadies ware as we stand ready at all times to wait on those that le I disposed to tavor us with a call. V e are prepar ed to manufc.cturc Fancy Shoes of every different style 1 hose leaving orders forSnoes may rest assured that no fains will be spared in trying to accommodate mem wiui any style they with. Vvefcel willing to acknowledge our gratitude to the citizens for the friendship they have manifested towards us.and thank them for their liberal patronage. and hope that in return our work may merit the ir approbation. A C7i 11 work done by us is warranted, and no charge made fr mending work that should eive way. ftb 14 w&tw tf. J. VAUTRIN &, CO augQG, 1347 tf. JNO. PP. SHERWOOD HOUSE. FIRST STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. TIIE undersigned having become proprietors ot the above well Known establishment, bee 2IJL leave to offer their services to the public and to solicit a share of patronage. They hope to be able to continue the la vorable consideration the House has heretofore enjoyed under th management of Mr. Sherwood. No exertions will be spared to give uni Versal satisfaction to all. The Table and tho Bar w ill be abundantly furnished and the rooms kept clean and neat. Charges as heretofore moderate nov 4-tf PETER BUKK. PRIVATE IIOARDINt: HOUSE. THE undersigned lias opened a Private Boarding House in the Brick Building on Wa ter Street, above Main, known as the W'hetl- er House. My object is to keep a house for the ac commodation of (Jentlcmcn principally. There are, however, three or tour very plea.-ant rooms in th Hou?e which can be fitted no tor the accommodation of small families. The table shall not be surpassed bvany in tne city. Nov. 4th A. FARNSWORTH ü. 8. WERVER- MARK TRAFTO.1 "1T7 EEVCR &TR AFTON,'yciao burgnms f Olhce on r irst sU near the fcherwood House. N B. Dr. Weever's residence is on Second st., first door below Rev. Mr. Dodge's church, nov U-Cm. TJR. JOHN T. WALKER. PHYSICIAN AND SURfiEON.-Otliceon Main Street, between Second and Third, and nearly opposite the Clerk's office, where he may at all times be found unless absent on professional business, dee 23, '47-t f ; J0HX E. TATIJJR. - R. C1U. HARVF.Y. TAYLOR &. HARVEY, Commiion. and Fur trardin Mm-kant. Water st Evansville, Indi - ana. Have also a large, new wharf-boat where they will receive and store treight tree ot drayage. ap'JJ c tjiititTOjr. I. d. nAN.xin. e. n. riiRtiuu) TT ARR1NGTON. IIANNA11& CO.. Forwardi s Xi and Commission Merchants, Water St., opposite Still continue to receive and tor- the wharf boats. word on liberal terms. ap 2t tf. T0II CHANDLER, Attorney at Law OlTic I on . st. be.wen Mo and Sycamore, ap cOXtAD BAKF.S. THOS. E. OAKVI.N TAKERSc CARuN, Attorneys at Jw. Evans JL Tille, la. Oniceui the Court Itouse. sepj o curativ power AttheNew urug ttorc; .uain succi opposite i ment V Viele's. jylO tf rURGUS I'UItNITUKE WAREHOUSE. it the old stund. Main St. above the Market.) I have on hand and shall constantly keep liirsale, a large and ge neral assortment ti t L iwl i UKti, made in tbe liest manner and which I will sell at remarkable low- prices. I hose u ishing any article in my line are re (uested to call and examine my slock. N. B. All orders from the country promptly at tended to and furniture carefully packed for shipment Feb. -6m ROBERT FUROCS NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! AT WHOLESA E ANT) betai IN THE NEW BRICK STORE NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BANK vfufwiuiy wcHjjua oy jonnson J- Crane.) romgu ana Domestic nr goods, Hats, Bonnets, Boots and Chocs, Which ha vine been nurchaspd at ih 1. I. i 1 AreJ . . ... muchlesstharT the usual ptices lie j9 determine. Batters l.aelf been sell at wellwithpuwhM ully reauesl the attention ot all to hTs rJk'Zli r""uU:."?.,.UI.nK. In aM wou,d W hink will not fil t ...:"f ." .r "...miiuiemie ana reiau upon terms whit vn.tuiuc Baiuturuun. iaDl3l - . i rm terms which h MOIIK12 S. JOHNSON. J. H. MAGHEE CO.. Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic dry Goods. P V A SVlLLEi INDIANA. ARE now receiving about 800 Cases or DRY GOODS, - BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETS, HATS &c suited for the Spring and Summer trade, which they offer altogether at Wholesale, at remarkablr low prices. If you want to buy Ooods cheaper tlian you can get them any whe.e else, west of the" iMoantain call on us and see for vourselves. We have just received i'lountaini, pieces rancy rnnts; otv pn-ces t antaloon Stuff; 100 nieces Lawn JOUprecesOinms; 500 do Fa 1m Hats; ' 50 doVFat Straw Bonneta i" v vi eiuuu BiuciCT, io wmcn we invite the- attention ip 8 of the trade. Cincinnati Clothinc: Storo vamutu i 1 1A!X T., E VANS YULE DISSOLUTION. HPIIE partnerbhip heretofore existing undei JL ft ightin2ale & cwwers," 1 otocco , w . . i J f l li gars iuanuiaciurers, istnis uay aissoiveu oy mutual a ZiZ1 . 'Lk' consent, the business of the late firm will be settled .ALtRINCS Ac BllUM.MKIl' JfvZ. at the old stand by William IsightincHe. - 'V.. J" received irom their 31anutactory in ah rbI IJIÜ & SUMMER CU)THlN(J, Alt ot which are made and trimmed in the best man- ACAIID. ,ner under their direction, expresly for this imuket. E the undersigned have this day associated our-BI,U consists oi every nrticle requisite to complete selves to2ether under the firm of Nightingale cul'CIIlcn 8 warurouef. . w. ir: ... . .i... 'l-. t.. I r.- K .. : . . l, I II Vis ol J itsnd of John S. McCrncken, Main Street, would r,""0' V,ack,,!na Clue French and English Cloth intend rtK-K Bna c -oau. lull tnmnied W.M.NIGiiTINtiALE JACOB SOWEIiS. W CHAIRS! Chair!-I am able to offer fl' the public an assortment of Chairs of all jtp qualities and prices, of beautiful patterns and workmanship. Call and examine at mv Furniture Wareroom, Main street above the Market feb l-m ROBERT FCRCL'S. frTtTSiJnfS I 'llij suoscrioer, graieiui iur mc iuvira?iu J. age the above institutions are receiving, rest fully gives notice, that the Spring Term will c mence Feb. 21st, and the Summer Term, May 1 h ttl TAMPS C. JOXI-?rf. Attorns at Law, Office on J First street, below Main ap23tf. MEDICAL. GEO. B. WALKER, FMysician Üurgson, corner of Vine and First sts. jjylüMS MEDICALJOHN R. WILCOX, Fhsicianjr Surgeon. Yni St., above Main, Evansville. ap,0 "TTJ00LSEY &, NEISONVomjnitoji Msrchakt . If Auction, Main, Cd door from Second t. ni MALE ACADEMY AND FEMALE St.ni.N Alt Y. fTMIE subscriber, grateful for the increasing patron pect- com- 15th: the Academv, to be tauht exclusively by himself, the seminary, bj Mrs. L. M. Saftord, assisted by a K K. Monro and Miss S. C. Bowdes; teach er amply quahtied by their literary attainments and experience iu teaching, to give thorough instruction in all the branches usuauy taugnt in me oe cvuuua ties of the country. m . f . . ', Two other young ladies from tne t,ast, oi trieo, anu ighly approved capabilities for teaching, are expect t in hnrt time. The oublic may rest assured, that no pains will be spared to render the schools wor- ikwnf thfir i-nniiilf nrn anil rordial SUPUOrt. Vor th U tter classification and prosiress.of the scholars, the pupils of the Seminary are arranged iuto two departments ; miliary and caueiiucai, wuu appropriate teachers assigned to each, but both under one general supervision. By this arrangement, the best onler will be tk-cured, and an uue Btieuuou pam tfi am;ill ntu vll na Inrfrt Krholltr. lt is' atly to tlie imeret of tho.ie who attend the schoid, that they commence wiui the iNifiniung oi tne term; as clasoes are then formed, and subject ot fctu dy commenced. KATES or TV1TION IX TUE ACADEMY. Primary English branches CO per Qur Higher English branches 5 00 " ' Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Algebra, (leome- -try, cidier or all, together with th pre ceding--- 7 00 u ' TCUtOS IX TUX SEMIXAKT. Primary Department.--. ....3 00 per Qur. Academical I'cpartmeni iwt.,5W ' EXTRA BRANCHES. i ;. Latin. French, or Algebra for each- VI n.i lcin uith nw nl' instrumenta Mini Use of instrument for practice 2 tX) " M - Evansville Feb. 8. , : . AI. W. SAFfTJR D am - -1 " '"?' " ' ' - ' M HOLDEN, Tailor, Main street, over James Scantlin At son btove store. - ap' uy. B RADT&M ATHEW3, TaiTor, shopon thecast ide of Main st one door from the corner ol r irst. LAWNS AND PRINTS. ; TUrr vsl in ill Im of handsome Lawns and uJ t a ,----- -- - . . . . ....... J J?pring Frints. lmnrt3J M. W. FtKTElL r O'NEIL, Fashiotutbls Ta 'ihtr, First st , abov XJ. Main near the Sherw ood House. ap201y ' ii ii. s.'s. riTCif'S COXSUJIPTIOX HEJIEDIC?. THE suliäcriber Thas iust received the sency, lor lias vuy ana . surrounuing 1L Jr- country, w ith a pupply 'of his - AUIonunal supporters; . Shoulder Braces; lnhalfinr Tubes: Also his book oftix lectures on the oses of the Lung causes, prevention and cure of Fulmonary Consump tion, diseases of the heart, and the true utode of pre serving heath and pmlonsing life. ALLENC HALLOCK, DruVt je 21 Main st. near Water. Mir i j im A SOVEREIGN remedy for Acue and Fever. Thii great Remedy: to w hich the public atten tion is particularly called, has been extcnMvely u.ed in the western and south western states as a speedy safe and certain cure fr aue and fever, dumb agne. Chill or intermittent Fever. The unexampled and complete success attending its use; and so well proven have become its w ide spread victories overevery form of a;ue in the wf?t that the Febrifuge is now superseding every other offered re medial äirrn t, and looked upon as the only one that can be relied upon in all stages of the disease. O-Forsaleby Hoadley, Phelps &. Co. wholesale a rents New "York, and bv L'rinkerhoff Jc. Tenton, f l : 111. I I . t. L - HEMORRHOIDS OR PILES, I.YTEESAL OR EXTERNAL, rERSIAXESTLY CCRED BY Dr. TJp ham's Vegetable ZKcctuarv. An I nl mal Rmdif, vhich if usd according to di tectums, a cur tor lij is guaranteed. SYMPTOMS OF TIIE DISEASE. A common conseouence of this affection is a kind of tenesmus, or bearinndown sensation, as it is familiarly called; there is also heat, tension and throbbing in the part, varying from a moderate de gree of thee sensations to the most excruciating suf. lenng; these are caused by the great flow of blood to the narts. Sometimes the inner coatof the bowels protrudes at every evacuation, forming what is called Prolapsus, or falling of the bowels; this is the r fleet of long continued irritation and weakness of thator- gan. In some instances the patient experiences ncr vous pains, which are indicnbable, and known on ly to the sufferer, which commence immediately af ter an evacuation, and continue from thirty minutes to several hours; thse sensations ore very annoying and sometimes very distressing. This disease, w hen of long continuance, is attended by pain and weak ness iu the back, irritation ot the kidneys and blad der, and other organs in the vicinity, pain nnd numb ness in the legs and leet, a sense ot straitnoss about the chest, and unnatural fulness of the ibdominal viscera, accompanied with palpitation ot the heart and oppression. Individuals sometimes experience, previous to an attacn ot tbe 1 lies, symptoms deno ting creat derangement injhe circulation; there is a Jtn.-e ot weight and pressure in the abdomen, with a peculiar feeling of uneasiness in the bowels, consti pation or perineum, attended with pain in the back pale countenance, conluscti sensations in the head, weariness, and irritable and discontented state ol tne mind, and a sense of fulness and oppression in there- gion of the stomich. The circulation on the surface istWble, and the current of blooddetermined inward and downward. &7All the above diseases and complaints, DR. Ui II A JlBi ni bTAIiLli LLLCTUAKY cur feetuallu, and therefore prevents riles. READ THE TESTIMONY. Hi dbo., Decemlier 11, 1816. Gets I have used Dr. Upham's Vegetable Pile Electuarv which 1 Dtirchased of you, and find it one of the best medicines in use fur the Piles, and also (or all billions affections, arising from an impure stave ol the system Yours, vVc , L. A. CULL, Marble Dealer. U.S. Maeshall's Office, ) New York. December 6, IS 17. i Messrs. Gentlemen: Understanding that you are the neneral a cents for the sale of Dr. Upham's Vege table Electuary, for the cure of riles, 1 have deemed it my duty to volunteer a recommendation in behalf of that iuvaluablc medicine 1 have been afflicted for many years with piles, and have tried various remedies, but with no beneficial effects indeed, 1 be gan to consider my case entirely hopeless. Butalioul the 1st ot September last prevailed upon ny a inend to make a trial of the above named medicine. 1 took his advice and rejoice to say lam not only relieved, but as I believe, perfectly Cured. I most earnestly recommend it to all who may have the misfortune to be afflicted with that annoying and dangerous disease. i'ery respectfully, your obedient servant, ELY MOORE. REMARKABLE CURE OF PILES THIRTY YEARS STANDING. Moot Washi.notox, Berkshire Co , ) Massachusetts, Nov. 29, 1847; i Mesrs. KeTchcm AcHenshaw Gents : For thir ty years I have been afflicted with piles, geccral de- tt i i ii V and innammaiion, causing tumors anu proiap s ol the bowels, and which had re listed all the med- .is ..1 II .1. rofirwrwM tu llv fi n r mi n - tt I no nimur Ihni u ket ping constantly on hand a good assortment of the assimcret, irow-n, lireen and Gray, and all col tiest brands Virginia and Missouri Tobacco. "Snuffs",0 ot f J ress, Sack and Frock Coats. Regalia, Fiincipe, Canone, Caradava, hall Spanish Llack bummer Cloth, Lustre and Croton Cloth and t'ommon Cigars: together with all articles in 'Vef f rÄ,n? baJk' Bron Linen and Linen the line. Check and (mgham Coats. Every variety of Coats Orders from abroad attended to wiih punctuality,u,ate';8 nnd Kou?!S"tsv ' anddisnatch. WM. NUH1T1NC ALE. i ' . . PANTALOONS. lisnatch ap 4-tf-w&tw JOSEPH K1STER. . ... -. w. f vtt,a Ali, nnn Ciiuago, in; ij aiu3 oi. i raueis, ji. i'u..-, .-v, by Drucnstsfffnerallv thmnchout the United States, For sale bv WM. M. WUOLSEY, agent for Ev ansville. Ind. Wininss Deusouchet. Mt. Vernon. N.O. Nettleton, New Harmony. W.J Whiiing, Cynthiana. jy 12 Gm. 1 Mncltpnr.lc's Compound L.I ver Tills These Truly Celebrated rills, "VTOW nronerlv esteemed in all neighborhoods Xl where they have len used, will have the most tho diseased liver, and will most effectually cure the hundiee, and aLo thoroughly re move the headache from those wh J are thus arlVcted. They act specineally on the Liver and Visire, re move all congestive action, aod morbid secretions. nurifvinT th Mood. cauinsr a free and healthy dis chnrue of bile, strengthning thefystcm, and assisting digct-tion. C.S.Mackenzie &. Co Cleveland Ohio, Proprie For sale by WM. M. WOOLS EY, Evansville, and other agents throughout tlie country. Winings &, Deusouchet, Mt. Vernon. X. O. Nettleton, New Harmony. W. J. Whiting, CyntLiana. jy 12-6m ALEXANDER LAUf.IlL.lN. Wholesnle and Retail Grocery, Iron, .Nail, and Sheet Iron Store. WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. In - r WT E l)oz leave to call the attention of merchant.. ?T Traders, and Farmers cenerally, throughout the Wabash country, Illinois, and the Southern por-! Superior Ulack ami I'lw C'IaiK nA r.;n. Pants. Fancy French Castimere do. Black Lustre, Brown Linen, Linen Check, Tweed and Corduroy t ants, of every variety and price to suit customers VESTS Bbk Satin, plain and Fancy Silk and Velve white M arseilles and Marseilles of all colors, and Kiuus oi common vests and prices. 1 lllNlSlIINt; OODS. All the late sttles of nlsiruN and fancy silk and satin Cr-"ftBl.(f hiteUiLi tion of Kentucky, to our larae anl verv treneral. ta vats. Scarfs and stocks: u Stock ot Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin Plate, Copper, "Uk and allcolors fncket Handkerchiefs; Linen and Wire, Axes, Cotton l am and Domestic ilanutac-.Linenlosoni shirts; Muslin and rannel do.; Klan tured Articles. Which we offer for sale at very re- nel and Net under shirts and Draws; Shirt Col- duced prices for Cash or Produce. . ' !lar; Fashionable Beaver kid, thread and cotton The head of the house residing in Pittsburgh, will Oloves; embroidered and plain gum suspenders; silk, enable us to be regularly supplied widi all articles in gingham and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hat; Caps; our line. Dealers and country merchants nerd not Boots, Shoes; walking canes, &c. ' travel beyond tAanville tor a supply oi all articles All the aiiove articles and everything else in tli they may nerd, and tliey would consult ihi-ir interest furnishing line will be sold at Cincinnati prices for by giving us a call, as we are dpterniir;ed to nM-riti 1CASII. share ot public patronage. The bmincos w ill be! . We shall continue to receive fresh supplies weekly n: conducted by . . ' J..Ilv5 LAL'tillLtiri, JR. ! tgr Feathers, Hides, Tallow, Beeswax, and 'all kind of Produce purchased at the Ugliest market price. may 4, 47-tf. during the season from our Manufactory in Cinrin nati. fap 4-tf) AHLEKING & BRÜMM Eli. LA5I rU SALE! THE undersigned will sell at private sale the south end of the south-west quarter of section z'J, township 6. south of ranee IU west, h nig between the f-oom ille road and the city ot JLvansviue, and within half a mile of said city. The said land, be ing ;4J acres will be sold in twenty or ten acre lots, or in any other way to suit uurchasers. There is a very comfortable small frame honse, an excellent well of water, and a considerable number of truit trees on said land. The title is r rfect. Ttrmu. - One-third cash and the balance in six or twelve months. Persons wishing to purchase will apply to John J. unanuier, tj., or 10 tue unuerMgneu at ins resiueuc near the premises. tcUmaylG. EMANUEL HULL. TANNERS OIL. Mrz JJÜLS tanners Uli tust received and lor sale by fcb2 1 DIX7KEK Si KRAM ER. JUST received by steamer Tempest, 50 Bbls Whiskey; 10 " Linseed Oil; 5 Lard oil: 175 Kgs White lead; 50 Bxs Candles; 20 Starch; ' ; ' bil eus ical treatment Dr. Chauman and others could cite. The last three years ot that time my sufferings defy description. 1 was confined to bed, unable to help myself, and at Inst given up by my physicians and friends i:: despair ot ever gaining my health; in fact for three days before I commenced using Dr. Upham's Klectuary, 1 was entirely rpeechless ami my burial clothes were made. But un ler Providence, and the use of Dr. Upturn's Electuary, though an old max, 1 have the pleasure ofstating the fat to the public that my health is now good, and hope to live man) years, if it is God's will, to make known the virtues of Dr. Upham's Electuary, and to recommend it to my afflicted fellow c rent urea. It lielped nie be und all expectations of all that knew my caw, and 1 can only say to then that it is in my opinion, tlie best medicine in the world for Piles, or any other disease of tho bowels; and if they will use it according to be directions, I will myself warrant a cure iu every case. Y'ours, with the utmost expression of thankfulness, CORNELIUS SPUR. Er.cAvoTr! Berk CoTMass- Nov. 29. 1847. The above certificate tells a simple and truthful storv of suffering and relief, if which, as physician and witness in the case, I ch-xrtully endorse. DR. CHAPMAN. Notice. Ths genuine Upham's Electuary has his written tienature. thus (HCT A. Upham, M. D.i The hand is alone d.iue with a neu. Price $1 a Box. tSTSold whok-salo and mail by KETCHUM &. HENSHAW.121 Fulton street. N. Y., and by Drug cists cenerally throuehuut the United States and Canadas. jy 12. A. C. HALLOCK, Ag't for Evansville Ia. Window, Wall Paper and Borderii g. A FULL supply of thelatestpaterns, in store ar rjL for sale by ijan 29 C BELL nd for sale by ap 24 ALLIS & HOWES Water st. FI CS! TICS! TICS! 6) fir BASKETS Figs; 450 Drums do., all fret-h; or sale by ALLIS & HOWES ap24 . Water st. SüVOLL HOIISEM AND WHARF-BOAT, - Shawn eetown, Illinois. THE undersigned takes this method to notify ths public, that he is the proprietor of a large and commodious Wharf Boat, at Snawneetown. and that he still continues the Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Business, generally. rersons lanoing in the night, or desirous of secur ing passage in the night, will always find a private room and a good bed, on board. lie also keeps constantly on hand, a general assort ment of Grocesiu, Provisions, ic, suitable to the river trade In connection with the above business, he has opened a House of Entertainment, on Front Street, (about 75 yards from the Whart Boat,) in the "Morris Brick House, and two frame buildings im mediately below, called tbe Woll HorsE and Stak Office, all of which have been recently repaired and refitted, and where persons may secure seats in good Stage Coaches, for any oiiit in the interior, on the mail routes. The public may rest assured that his Table and Bar shall be supplied with the best the country can afford for money, and no pains will be spared to ac commodate comfortably all who call on him. His Stable will be ruled with every variety of rrain, hay, &c., and mansced by honest and faithful Jstlers, for whom the undersigned will be responsible. Persons landing from steam boats at night, w ill always be conducted to the Hotel it they desire it. je S57 tf JU11.N VULbi rnamfr STEEL. LARGE and general stock of the best Brands TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS- of American Blister, English Blister, Cermsn 1 - ri a - i A c iia rpHE subsciiber ia now owning IW Packages ol na WUso oneer. orau ana narrow opnng, anu an I I. . ' r j uiToa 1 rint an 1 ivnsred Last SteL Ava T i mner.. JL iMercnanai-e, wnsifiing oi owro, uwr. , : n Ä V unin iVf !fc Shoes, llATs,CArsand ilo.xxrrs.llAaDWABEiuiss V are and CRiKKERr; wmcn ue will u as low ns For ale ap 25s LAUGHLLN. Water streÄ any llouee in the City, for Cash, or Produce, such as( rk, W . eat. Corn.- Oats, Flaxseed, White Beans' (f swax Feathers or Tallow. fl lc-tf JOHN F.IIANKLIN A VALUABLE FAR3I for 8ALE CONTAINING two hundred and six-? ty-one and one lialf acres, 'ninety-six improved, ten miles from Evansville on the state road leading to fi'erre Haute, one half mile from Browning's steam A. K. JONES & CO.. Produce Dealers & Commission I&h'ts Thi land lies on both sides of the state roa. No. 10 Front Street, St. Louis. and can be so divided that it will make two goou iVfrn- . - jiarillS. vyii Hie jost iuiu is vi nvvv E. U W. Lewis,-.- - ..m j Evansviiie Harrington, Hannah &. L0.,. S Beckwuh& Dryer, Qt W. Ball, ,, - t,.i U 1 t- LfOUlS. I fl U'kin.ni MclIose& English, I"" IH Whitn.ore txt3t-yj Mathews i, Patch, . National Bakery t At Us corner of Water ai Division streets. farms. Un the Last sine oi tne roau is new two story frame house, with a store room attached, thir- Ity-two feet long, a trame smoae iiouse and shop, a large double log barn sixty-six feet long by twenty two w ide, with a twelve foot shed running the whole lenirth. and all other necessary out btdluinrs. and 'plenty of good water, one. hundred of choice app-Je 'trees, with a variety of peach and other fruit trees lOn the west side ot the road, is a pond fram dwrll. dig, a frame smoke house, with a large double barn. T7KEDEKIC W171 ZELL, begs leave to intortn' j, thM elabIea and olh ou. htiildin F his friends, and the public genera. jy, trat Ii has mit! hundred beating apple trees ot tbe bet kind. 1U0 ntenced the business of UAhlNU, 1 1 all variously,,,- v lhC bt.9l jjinj 0f water, branches. Freh liread, and a variety ot Cakesin a high state ofcultivaiion,rlcnty of ackers.ic, can be had at all times and on thejwhite ond Uack oak timber for all pu ost reasonable tcrnia :. . ...I A ii,. friii Wii and ririii . - i l. ..i t j . i , t ii 4 . a a m 1 he land is of good hickory. Give him a call. mayl,Lf Kan.i frw, i:me rnrw inliuT, L:..u;.J. . - - , ... . ..v. V 1 . , mu nia&ci a utFiiiiuic luvaiiuu. il is one OI the OCSt and put- reason able further infor antivilTt r to the proprietors on the premises. Possession may be had immediately if required. . JOHN liUKTlS. THOMAS HENNESSY Scott towru-hip, v anderburg co. Ia. apl3 diwmC w w W 1 rl- 1 t s va nu.w.-. "iiocauons in this part et the State lor störe KSwfeVet gooa piaiiiy anu iun y 'Uic house. 1 his larra w ill be sold on C T-l'y 11 lt er.y. wy ulK Bl "'.terms and payments made easy. For uinciiiiiaii yi..iu....u . mation enquire of James T. Walker, oi Ev Mass a. t- lb.i. m i .' i i ii ti i: 1 N store and tor sale 50 bbl White order ane Cheap June 13 M. Lime in good FOSTER COFFINS. made to order. Constantly on nana an nOBEKT FUKGU3 RIVER BOTTOM LAND FOR SALE. T WISH to sell my valuable Farm otKiver Bottom l-m . . Main Street. L Land, situate on Green River Island in Kentucky, Hour miles from Evansville. containing 260 acres 12S ICEI ICEIl (of which is cleared and under fence, and in a fine CJNSTANTLY hept for retailing at the Ftore ofistate of cultivation. There, are three double log may -26 ALLLsSt. HOWES. Jhouses, with stables, bams &c. The log houses ar 'all good, and two of them new with brick c him nies. FANT STUI IS. iPerenns desirou of purchasing will learn my terms I UST received brown and bleached Linen Drille, !hy applying to Mr. E. A. Corbet or W . B. I'-utler ol Cotton Cashimers, Cottonades, I)emin blue Drills, Evansville, or by applying to me opposite Uio farm .tc. suitable for men's Summer wt tr. mar 2j. M W FOrfTER. on the Kentucky side. ie'JO JA8. McCLA IN.