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VOL. I.
EVANSVILLE, I A., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1848.
NO 87
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W. II. CIIANDLEit Co., Publishers.
OFFICE ON FIRST ST., BELOW MAIN.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING:
for twelve lines, first insertion. 50 cents
For each additional insertion. 25 cents
For twelve lines per annum in Daily or Weekly paper
changeable,
For same amount in both papers,
For one-fourth column Daily or weekly -
do Jo in both papers,
For one-half column Daily or weekly-'
do do in both papers
For Cards of six lines and under
The nrivilece of annual advertisers is
their immediate business, and may
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limited to
be changed as
often as once a week; and all advertisements tor tne
benefit of other persons, as well as all legal adver
tisements, and advertisements of auction sales sent
i.i by them, must be paid for at the usual rates.
N 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 brother societies, public institutions or com
panies. r i
Agreements will be made at higher pncee for ad
Tertisemerts inserted before "marriages and deaths,"
but all ABTEETLSEMEXTS that exceed the limits engag
ed, will be counted and charged for
CRAWFORD BELL,
WHOLESALE AIID RET A II
DRUGGIST,
MAIN STREET, EVANSVILLU, INDIANA
HASnow in toe and daiiy receiving his Spring
supplying' Medicines, Faints, Oil, Dye.
Stuffs, Spices, Soaps, Perfumery, Window Glass,
Glassware, Varnish, Faint und I urttish Brushes, dC.
ifc. My stock is one of the largest and most com
plete ever before offered in this market, comprising
almost every article in my line, selected by myself
with (treat care in regard to the best qualities, and
purchased directly from first hands and on the best
term, by which means I am enabled to sell at as low
a rate as any other House in this part of the country.
Dealers are resnestfullv requested to call and examine
my stock before purchasing elsewhere and those who
cannot do so, by tending tht ir orders shall have them
attended to as promptly and at rates as low as if here
in person.
My stock
500 oz
75 oz
100 oz Hy'd Potasso,
50 oz i eperine;
200 oz Ext BarkPrecip't;
350 lbs Gum Aloes;
jn.
:ock consists, in part, of the f lowing
Sulp Quinine; i 150 lbs Chrome Yellow;
Iodine; 10 bbls Tanners' Oil;"
ax. C. COOK, 31. i.
Offiee Corner of .Main and Tine Streets,
st T.ni:i MISSOURI.
DOCT. COOX tenders his acknowledge-
ments to h"i3 numerous patrons for tne con-
I .. In Kij cl-ill n.t nfiillV in
tb irn?Mnast and critical department of the profes
sion, to which he continues to devote his attention,
viz: the diseases of tha EYE and EAR. Having
dvoted the ast fifteen years to the t-iudy and prac
tice in this branch of niedica science, he feels assur
ed that in even the most in.eterate cases he can ac
complish a permanantand safe eure. His success
heretofore warrants this degree of confidence in any
case that may be presented, persons who are unfor
tunately afflicted with disease ef cither the EYE or
Hh EAR, are invited to call and seek relief.
. ap ll--dwly. '
i. DA.1FORTH ' r AXFORTH.
J. DAIÜFOUTII &. SON.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS.
No. 411, Ulain St. Louisville, Ky. m21
' XV. C. PETE5SS & CO.
MUSIC PUBLISHERS,
No. 50T Main. Street, Louisville, Ky.
(NEXT DOOR TO TUE BANK OF LOUISVILLE.)
CONSTANTLY on hand, double and
single Action Harps, Musical Instru
ments of every description, Italian
. . i i i At. i I :
Strings. Music publianeu ; ettiy jiumc iwuuu in
the strongest manner.
Piano Frte3 repaired and tuned to let, and Fec
und hand Pianos purchased, sold, ot exchanged.
i supplied with jiuaic at a uuerai uis-
350 do Assafetido:
250 do Pulv Rhubarb;
2j0 do do Jalapo;
15 bbls Sulphur;
5 do Dumstene; '
300 lbs Sol t Indigo;
1200 -do fine Madder;
200 do Nutmegs;
300 do Cloves;
100 mats Cinnamon;
200 lbs Calomel;
500 do Cream Tartar;
10 bbls sp. luting;
do do Brown;
5 do Linseed do;
5 do pure Castor Oil;
io uo cj'iriia luipiu
tine:
5 do Copal Varnish;
5 do Alcohol;
10 do Copperas
5 do Alum:
200 boxes Dottles and
. Vials: .
lOO do Window Glass;
5 Carboys Oil Vitriol;
C do MtnctX.uu
riatic Acie;
?15tX lbs Salaeratus;
(1000 do lied Iead;
aoo do Litharjre;
10 boxes James Kiver
Tobacco;
150 kegs White Lead.
10
10 do V. Red;
150 lbs Chrome Green;
irm do 1'aris Green:
rGin.iii. Flaxseed, Ftathers, and Bteswax ta
L-.nnt t ! highest market nnee in excnanjre ior a
goods sold, or in payment ot debts due me.
Ü. li. All arsons indebted to the tirm oH . &. C
n.ti ..-ill nlrnne settle ud as 8Kn as posib!e, eithfi
l.w-n.tA nr otherwise, ns the firm has been dissolved
"KiSgu: AUSUStlaSCRAWF0RD DELL:
e citizens ot Evansvt: "u ai'
.his complete assortment ?f J )rugs Medicine,
lis, Oils, Üyesturls, &c, ' f- .A.'1 wt
d lrcsh from
iierchants
Arc you Insured? '
THE undersigned as agent for tha Col
umbus Ohio Insurance Company, is prepar
ed to take risks on onshinmrntsnf Merchant
dize. Produce, &c, from and to any part of the Ü.
States by steam and .sailing vessels, steam, canal..
keel and Hat boats, also upon buildings, merchandize,
furniture, on most reasonable terms.
1 lie high reputation which this Company bears for
its ability, liberality and promptness in adjusting lo?t
pes, entitles it to the confidence and patronage of the
public. nov27-tf.l JNOM. STOCKWELL'f
FIUC fc IflAlllKE IXSUllAXCE.
"If there he safety only in good 8ccurity-in
order to be secure ice mast be safely Insured"
I WHEN we hear of our friends loosing their prop
V V erty by tire.or that the vessel on which they have
made shipment of Produce or Merchandize is lost, the
hrstquestion we ask is'wereyou insured?' JNow if we
feel such an interest in the welfare of our friends, how
can any one risk the dangers that are continually &ur-
rouiuiing his own property witiiou being able at any
time to answer the que&tion if put to himself. "Yes
I nm In su red."
The Camden Insurance Company of New
Jersey, well make insurance on Uuildings, House
hold furniture and Merchandize of all kinds also
upon shipment of Produce and Mercandize, on bocd
ot Hteam Uoats. bailing Vessels. Canal. Keel and
Flat Uoats, at a fair valuation and at reasonaUo rates
ot Premium, and, in ceseot loss, as soon ns the claim
can be properly adjusted pny over the same.
ALLEN C. 11 ALLÜCK, Agent,
Oilice on Main st., nea- Water,
mar 9 Evansville, la.
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .
ashionablo Tint Establishment. I
Ccrner of Jlain and First ts.. Eianstille.
rr
M i ii l. aiteniion oi country mercnants anu dealers
is particularly directed to the larcre and varied as
sortment of HATS, CAPS, &c, now opening at the
above establishment, comprising the most complete
mock ot iusinonahie ana durable Spring and hummer
wear everoilered in this city, and unsurtiass! in the
West. Possessing the most favorable facilities for
purchasing and a judge of all articles in my line, 1
am able to sen at rates lower than can be obtained
lsc where in the city, and as low as such articles can
be had in Louisville or Cincinnati.
My retail customers are are invited to call and ex
amine my Htock of Spring and Summer Hats, several
8tjles of which are unsurpassed tor beauty, of finish
una lasiuon. ii is my - iniention to sell eiUier by
wholesale or retail at prices which must comma nd
purchasers, and I earnestly solicit a call from all who
intend buying. K. ALLEM.
mar 21 corner of Main and t irst 6t3.
PIECES Apron Chec':, this day opening
v sale low, wholesale orretril.
E &. W. LEWIS,
a , -Water street
lor
fcenunanes suppuec
count.
mar 21 ly
Atients f the
B3NHAR30UR M1N1NS AND WAiiUFXCTURiliS CO.,
HAVE just received
5000 doz. Cotton Tiarn,
Which they are authorized to sell at Louisville prices
at all times during the seaxm. .. .
These Yarns are of an excellent quality, and supe
rior to most of the Pittsburg Brands. Please call and
examine them. aP a
CIXCIXATTI AT HOME!!!
SOAP AND CANDLE aANUFACTOUY.
MATIIEW McINNERNEY &, Co., would res
pectfully inform the citizens of Evansville, and
the public generally, thnt they have established a
Soap and Caudle Manufactory, on Division street,
between 2d and 3d, at the old stand of V dks Leagen,
where they intend to keep always on hand a supply
f Soap and Candles, of the bet quality, which tb?y
intend to sell at Cincinnati prices. The highest mar
kinds cea will be paid for tallow and gjease ot all
leb 12-Cm.
GOJ13IERCIA HOTEL,
LOUISVILLE. KY.
P. V. BIBU, l'UOl'IETOU.
fc-Opposite the Washington Hall, 5th street, be
tween Main and Marked ' mar 21 y
INDIANA IIALI Br A. llaabold.
yy- This Hotel is situated at the foot of Division
Ji-i5trett, opposite the steamboat landing. Char
ges moderate and accommodations excellent, my 10
JOTTX Z. TAYIjOS. HARVEY.
TAYLOR &- HARVEV, Commission and For
warding Merchant, Water st., F.vansville, Indi
ana. Have also a large, new wharf-boat where they
will receive and store treight free of drayage. ap23
DUUHS 3IKUICXNES.
ALLEN C.A. W XJK ; Drv M?1 aw'f H
ri ... TV call the atiention ol m
a. fMt frt. au. r uuiu ... 1 1
Wtl, r;ri(.na nf Kvnnvi'lC and Bild aülOlIllil-
towns to
Chemica
which are caretul v selected and recciu
&AC iJUC IV I II 1UJ fVl LS. Aijr-t.(&ts W 1' V .
on
terms wholesale nnd retail as favorable as lue sai:.
quantity and quality can be purchased at any Place.
A full assortment of Eotanic Medicines, Roots,
Barks, Herbs, Extracts, Powders, &c, prepared and
ut up by the Shakers.
Hal lock's stipe rior cold drawn No. 1 Castor Oil,
manufactured at .ut. Carmel, Illinois.
A large assortment of Pattuit nnd Family Medi
cines, Essence's, Hair Oil's, Perfumery, Soaps, ami
lancy articles Cohnrn, Bay and Hose Water, allof
the best qua lilies Stidlitze and Soda Powders, care
fully put up and of full weight.
Copal Varnish at $3 tX,!j2 23, and $1 73 per gal
on.
Superior Tale French Brandy, P. ll . Goddard & Co's
Brand, warranted pure, for medical purposes ou'y.
Hal look's WorniCamlv. a sale nnd pleasant med
icine to destroy worms in children and improve their
their general health; .
liai lock's Cough Candy composed ofHorehound
Bonese), ic for all kinds of ratigh. "
ALSO UN SALE.
At the proprietors prices
Dr. Wood's Sarsapariila and Wild Cherry Bittcrs
See advertisement.
Dr. L'pham's Vegitable Pile Electuary See adver
tisement
Wilder's Sugar Coated Vc g. Anti-Fever Tills See
advertisement.
Dr. VanZandt's Health Restorative Veg. Tills See
advertisement.
Dr. Folger'sOIosaonion,or all Healing Balsom See
advertisement.
Dr. Peter's Vegetable Pills, Worm and Cough Loz
nges. Dr. Le Roy's Universal Vegetable Pills, composed
of Sarsapariila and Wild Chcny.
Or. Porter's Poor man's Curative Sugar Coated
Pills, at 1U cents uerlnjx.
Dr, Porter's Poor Man's Strengthning Plaster, at
10 cents a nieces '.
Barnes' Tuotb-Aclie Drops, warranted to cure in all
cases. v
Overstreet's renuine Linamcnt.and Doctor Beach'
Fftiuilv Pill. .
. . . . r, ,T. 4 TVtl-
JJr. Urave a Anti-i ever ana r ever nnu ur i ms.
" Cholera lnlantum and liowtl coin
plaint rill. , . . , '
JJr.urave s i iun L.xtracior,iorouru3,5ca.uj wt i
lngs, Kheunuiiu i ains, ccc, warrau.eu ioj;it;iu
trint rclirt in nil euea. .
Nerve and Wne L.inaiuent, Iiigkly celebrated lor its
curative powers
At the New Urug Store; Main fctreet opposite lie
ment& Viele's. - - ' jylO tl
TAYLOR HALL.
fjL3 JNO. M. APP respectfully informs the! jHl
Sl public genera Illy that he has leasd for aJiU,
term ot years, the well known tavern stand in 1l.v-
ansville formerly kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately !y
ienj Aurre. imj nonse nas oeen morougmy re
paired, and handsomely fitted up with entire new fur
tiiture, and thoeof the travelling public who may fa
vor him with a call, may rest assured that their com
fort and convenience will meet with every attention
His Table will always le supplied with the besi
that the market affords, nnd his ijar furuished witl
thaehoicest loquors, careiully selected Wy au ex peri
enctd hand.
Att2rhlto the Hall, and immediately on tht
f utlic bqusre, are his stables, acknowledged by al
to te tne most spacious and convenient in tne place,
APP.
aug26, 1847 if.
JNO. M.
SHETiUOOD HOUSE.
Tir.ST STREET, EVANSVILLE, l.NPIANA.
THE undersigned having become proprietors
of the above well known establishment, beg
leJve to offer their services to the public and to
solicit a sha.re. patronage. They hope to be able to
continue the fL'voruhle consideration the House has
heretofore eniove. under the management of Mr
Sherwood. No eii riio:is will be spared to give uni
versal satisfaction to Mi. 1 he 1 able and the l!a
will be abundantly furnish' and the . rooms kei
clean and neat. Charges as fc-retofore moderate
4-tf PE a üUKlv.
nov
ft
itt tntr.lt nOKATIO Q. WUSELXB
1XCLE WHEELER.
ATTORN K YH AT LAW, S-tccessobsto Battell
Si. Inule, General CoUiction and Heal instate
Ai?eney. Otlice on r irsi street, oeiow .uain.
B It. Q- Wheelek, Notary Public. foc9 tf
O HN
oa
J CHANDLER, Attorney at Law Offic
et. between l'n u.nd Sycamore, ap 26
in 'irrt. TnoS. E. GAUVI.X
TSAKER&. GARVIN, Attorneys at Law, Kvans-
JL ville, la. Othce in the Jourt House, sepo ho,
JAMES G. JONES, Attorney at Law,
First street, below Main
Office on
ap23 tf.
TZMES R. HARPER, Attorney at Law, office
On iststreei aoove mai.i. . uj --j
4 rrrm - XI K K TR.UIU.I
"1X7 EEVElt jcTRArTO?, j'iawtrV'
V Office on irst et. near the Sherwood 1 louse
N B. Dr. Weever's residence is on Second St., first
door below Ker. 3ir. lxige s cnurca. no v i j-om
Tin. -K1IIN T. WALKER.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Otlice on Main
t.. htMnSmnJ and lhird. and nearly
opposite the Cierk'solhce, where hs may at all times
be touad unless aoseni on proicsaiu w...-
- dec 23, '47-t f
MEDICAL. GEO. B. WALKER, Physician
Surgeon, corner of Vine and First sts. jy6
M EDICAL. JOHN R. WILCOX, Physician &
Surgeon. First St., above Mam, Evansville. ap-0
"I TTOOLSEY iL NELSON,cowmiM'o Merchants
W A uctioneers, M ain, 2d door from Second st, a2
M- HOLDEN, TaUor, Main street, over James
fl WOULD respectfully announce to the7n
v-citizens of Evansville and country ad-t.
acent, that they have recently opened a Shoe Store
on the West ride of Main street, next door the cor
ner of Second, where they are manufacturing BOOTS
ASDSHOE3 IX ALL THEIR VARIOUS BRANCHES. Thtir
experience in the business will enable them to procure
tin: best of stock and have it manufactured in the most
durable munnt r. We invite the citizens ofEvansviile
and public generally to call and examine our work,
as we have a good stock ot ready made work ot our
own manufacture. Young men wishing fine Boots
can obtain tliern here of every description, ready made
or to ork.r u preferable. All orders left with us lor
work will be tromptly attended to.
The Ladies ofEvansviile aro respectfully invited
to call and examine our large stock ot Laaies' wr.re
as v. e stand ready at all times to wait cn tho3e tha
leei disposed to lator us with a call. V e are prepar
ed to manufacture Fancy ühoes of every different style
i hose leaving orders lor Snocs nay rest asural that
no pains will be spcred in trying to accommodate
.1 . -.i i .1 i
uinii iui onv fiyie in?y wimi.
Ve feel willing to acknowledge our gratitodft to
the citizens for ths friendship thvy have mam'lested
towards us. and thank them for their liUral patronage,
and h"pe that in return our work may merit their
approbation. '
8"All work done by us is warranted, and no charge
made Ur m r.oing work that shonld cive way.
leb 11 witw tf. J. VADTR1N &, CO.
HEMORRHOIDS OK riLKS, -
IXTEHNAL OR EXTEHXAL, PERMANENTLY CURED BY
Dr. Upham's Vegetable Electuary.
An Internal fiimtdy, which if used according to di
rections, a cur for. lij is guaranteed. ,
SYMPTOMS OF THE DISEASE.
NEW GOODS! NEW finnig
AT W HT n T . 1 A T t? ttti
IN THE-NEW BRICK STORE NEARLY OPPOSITE THE B a Nif
Formerly occupied by Jolmon y Crane.) '
THE subscriber has opened within the last tew days, and iscontnntlw i- . , "'II
an extensive and splendid assortment of- constantly receiving directly from New Yrk
well ipi)Jziüfe"b&"Z iTkehu "''i''" Plil.,"
hmyk. will ,o, f. M gUrK '"Ch gSf Hh0tele 'ffoSagg TiTll.1"
J. Ji. M-A OTTRP. Ar. rn
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign ana Domestic dry Goedo.
rvAoiLLE, INDIANA,
ARE now receiving abontWO Cases of DRY GOODS, ROOTS, SHOES, DON NETS HAT'S A
suited for the ur n? and Summer trade, which thevofT. r tr,.-. tv'i.-, 0' 1IA.7?'.
prices. If you wut to buy CS.odjche.Der than you can'get thä M-he. .Si' wS ofTS Minf
call on u and we for yourselves. We have just received "J"eie ite, tst of the Mountains,
iwo pieces r ancy rnnts; v pieces rantaloon Stuff; : - joo pieces Lawna
ICO pieces Ginghams; 500 doz Pa m Hat?; 50 c!lTVZ
100 caea Shoes &. I Wt: Ami . ..rr, vr!.t. f 'i ncy &fctraw Bonrets
ofthe trade. ' - to wmcn we invite thcattrntion
ap 8
Cincinnati Clothing Stro
vJ uuur 10 ' eil iru??ist,
at the oldbtand by William Nihtinn!e.
W.M. NIGHTINGALE
JACOB fc'OWERS.
A CARD.
rillVATi: UOAllDING JO USE.
THE undersigned has opetic.: a Invatc
Uoarding House in the Urick liuildn; vn vn
ter Street, alove Main, known ns the Vv'h'el
er House. My object is to keep a house for the nc
comniodation of Gentlemen principally. There are,
howtvtr, thrte or tour very pleasant rooms 111 the
House wLich can be lit ltd uitfor the accommodation
of email families. Tho table shall not be surpassed
by any in the city. . -
ov.4lu Al' AIiVORTII.
rUXIGUS rUUNlTUKE WAItEIIOUSE.
it the old stand. Main St. alore the Market.)
rT-t 1 "ave on hanJ arH fcliall constantly keep
C I " Iare and gftieral assortment id
Jl7 FURNITURE, made in the Kt manner,
-nrJ which I will wll at remarkable low
prices. Those wishing any article in my line are re
quested to call aud examine my stock.
I. ii. Ail orders iroiu the country promptly at
tended to and furniture carefully packed for shipment
1Y5. l-m UOUEKT FURGUS.
r w r- a v
LiiAiits: tn.tirsi 1 am awe to oiler "te.
the public an assortment of Chairs of all FiU
Tri qualities and prices, o! beautiful patterns
ana workmanship. Lau onil Examine nt my
Furniture Wareroom, Main street alx-ve the Market
feb l-6m ROBERT FURGUS.
?
4
Ab
Scantlin &. Son'a Stove store.
ap 241y.
MALE ACADEMY AND FEMALE
II ?L1 X A It V .
rpHE subscriltr, grateful lor the increasingpatron
JL age the above institutions are rt-ceiving, rtspect-
lully gives notice, that the Spring . I criu will coih
mence Feb. 21st, and the Summer Term, May 15th;
the Academy, to be taught exclusively ly lumselt
the seminary, by .lrs. .-.1. öafford, astuuu ty
Miss E. r . Monroe and .Miss ft. C Uowpils: ttacu
ers amply rjuaüned by their literary attainments and
experience in teaching, to give thorough instruction
in all the branches usually taught in tho ucai Jxnnuu
rics of the country.
Two other young ladies Irom tne ivist, 01 trica, anu
highly approved capabilities for teaching, are expect
ed in a short time. The public may reot assured.
that no pains will bo spared to render the schools wor
thy of their eonhMence and cordial support.
For the better classiticaiion nnd progress of the
scholars, the pupils of the Seminary are arranged into
two dciartiiients ; I'riniary and Academical, with
appropriate teachers ass igtied to each, but both under
one general fcupervUion. By thb arrangement, the
best order will be secured, and all due attcnii-jn paid
to small, as well as lare scholars
It greatly to the interett of tho.e who attend the
sclvool, that they commence wiih tho U .inning ol the
term; as classes are then formed, and subjects of fctu
dy coiniiKiiced. 1
-' RATES OF TCITION IX THE ACADEMY.
l'riniary English bniuchrs- -514 OUpcrQur
Higher English branches..... 5 00 " "
Greek, Latin, Hebrew, A 'ji bra. Geome
try, either or ult, together with the pre
ceding 7 00 " "
TUITION 1X1KE Sr.Vl.VARV.
Primary Department $3 OOperQur.
Academical Department 4 00 to 5 00 ' "
EXTRA UKANCHLS. .
Latin. French, or Algebra fur each--. 2 00" "
Music lessons with use of instruments 8 00
L'se of in:trumont for practice 2 CO
Eva.nsville Feb. Ö. 31. . Ai 1 UKD
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T? A DT Ar. MATH EWS. Tailors. shoon theeast
side of Main st., one door from the comer of First..
P O'NEIL, Fashionable Tailor, First st , abov
XJm Main near the Sherwood House. ap20ly
EATON & UUGG, House Carpenters and Joiners,
2d Btreet between Sycamore and Vine ap25dy
JT HUGO, House Carptnttr and Joiner
.Vine street,! r Mr .Dodges' church. rny2-m
"DETER SCOTT, Punttr, Exchange w
JL
DU. S. S. FITCH'S . .
COSU32PTI03t IIEITICDIES.
THE suböcri'cr has just received the
agency for thi- City and surrounding
country, w ith a supply of his
AUIoniinal tMipporttrs;
Siiouldpr Braces;
Innaleiri Tubes;
Also his book oUix lectures on the uses of the Lun?s
causes, prevention ari l cure of Pulmonary Consump
ti'in, dis:ascs of th heart, and the tiuo mode of pre
gtrvin heath and prol'i'n lit'-.
ALLL.N C il A f lA'CK, Dnis'st
je 21 . Maia bt.ncar W ater.
A SOVEREIGN remedy for Ague and Fever.
. Thisrcat Rcmotly: to which the public atten
tion 13 particularly called, has been cxtcn.-ively used
in the western and south western states nsa iedy
safe and certain cure for ague and fever, dumb ague.
Chill or intermittent Fever.
The unexampled and comp!.- to success attending its
use; and so well proven have become its wile spread
victories over every form of ague i i th west that the
ebritugc' is now superseding every other offered re
medial of nt, and looked upon ns the only one that
ran be relied upon in nil stajres of the disease.
JQr For sale by lloadley, l'helpa Co. wholesale
nwiitsNew York, and by Urinkrrhotr &. Pcaton,
Chicago, 111; E ards &, 1 rancis, St. Ixniis.Mo, and
by Drujrsrists ppnerally thronnhout tha United States,
For sale by WM. M. WOOLSEY, agent for Ev
ansville. Ind.
Winiiiijs Dcusouchet, Mt. Vernon.
N.(i. Nettletoii, Ntw Harmony.
' W.J Whiting, Cynthiana. jy 12-Cm.
fft?jißt??-m
Itlacknixio's Coinpotmcl ior Pills
These Truly Celebrated Tills
NOW pro;erly esteemed in all neighlnrhoods
where they have been us;;d, will have the most
fcrdutary effect tn the diseased Liver, and will most
t lKictually cure the jaundice, and aUo Uioroughly re
move the lieridnche from those who are thus alLctcd.
They act ppecirically on the Liver and Visrcre, re
niovo all congestive action, aol morbid secretions,
purifying the blood, causing a free and healthy dis
clmrf ol bile, strengthning thesystcm, and assisting
diiX'stion.
C. S.Mackenzie &. Co., Cleveland Ohio, Proprie
tor. For sale by WM. M. WOOLSEY, Evansville, and
oth'-r agents throughout the country.
Willings Deupuchet, Mt. Vernon. .
N. G. Nettleton, New Harmony.
W. J. Whiting, Cynthiaua. jy 12-Cui.
common consequence of this afitction is a kind
j. of tenesmus, or bearing down sensation, as it is
familiarly callrd; there is aUo he&t, tension and
throbbing in the part, varying from a moderate de
gree of these sensations to the most excruciating suf
fering; these are caused by the great flow cf blood
to the parts. Sometimes the inner coatof the bowrls
protrude sat every evacuation, forming what is called
Prolapsus, or falling of the bowels; this is the c fleet
01 long continued irritation and wcaknessot thator
gan. In some instances the patient experiences ner
vous pains, which ore indiscribable, and known on
ly to the sufferer, which commenco immediately af
tT an evacuation, and continue Irom thirty minutes
to several hours; these sensations are very annoying
and sometimes very distressing. This r!ieasr;whcn
of long continuance, is attended by pain and weak
ness in the back, irritation ot the kidneys and blad-
; der, and other organs in the vicinity, pain and nunib-
iie.s in tne legs aim ie-ei, u sense 01 ttraiincss aooui
the chest, and unnatural fulness of the abdominal
visceru- accompanied with palpitation of the heart
end oppru-si00- Individuals sometimes experience,
previous to u.t attack ofthe Piles, pymptoms deno
ting great derai;'Trrncnt ia tne circulation; there is a
sciiMj ol weight ai.Jj'n'ssurein the abdomen, with a
lcculiar fit ling of uncur.ess in the bowcU, consti
pation or perina-um, attetiJcd with pain in the back
and l.iina. nation, nnd .li'r!4t oains in the stomach.
pale countenance, conlustd seiK"-ti"3 in the head.
weariness, and irritable and discontented state ol the
mind, nnd n snspof f ulness and oDnr"3cion in the re
gion ofthe stonnch. The circulation on the surface
is feeble, and the current of blood detenuincd inward
nd ilnivnwunl
fr-A!l the abovn diseases and conmlaint3, DR.
UPI! A M'S V EG ETAULE ELECTUAR.V cures ef.
ftclualy, and therefore prevents Piles.
I READ THE TESTIMONY.
Hi dsom. Decern ber 11, 191(5.
Gests I have used Dr. Upham's Vegetable Pile
Electuary which I purchased of you, and lind it one
of the best medicines in use for the Piles, and also lor
all tillious aflections, arising irom au impure date
ofthe tysteni
Yours, &c , E. A. COLE, Marble Dealer.
U.H. Marshall's Office, )
Ntw York. December G, ltf47. $
Messrs. Gcnllt nif n : Understanding that you are
the genera I agents for the sale of Dr. I'phaiirs cge
tnble Klectunrv; for the cure of Pile, 1 have deemed
it tay duty to volunteer a recommendation in behalf
of that invaluable medicine 1 have been alliieted
for many years with piles, and have tried various
remedies, but with uo beneficial effects indeed, 1 be
gan to con.-ider my ense entirely hopeless. Rut aliout
the 1st of eptemlwr last prevailed npou by a friend
to makea trial ofthe above named medicine. 1 took
his ndviee and rejoice to say I am not only relieved,
but as 1 believe, iieiTeeily cured. I mo.-t earnestly
recommend it to nil who may have the misfortune to
be alilicted with that annoying and dangerous dis
ease. r
Very rcsiH-ctfully, your obedient servant,
: ELY MOORE.
REMARKADLE CUlTTToF PILES--THIRTY
YEARS STANDING.
Molwt Washington, Rerksiiire Co , )
Massachusetts, Nov. 2LI, 1847. )
Mcsrs. Ketch I'M & Henshaw Gtnts : For thir
ty years I have been alilicted with piles, geceral de
bility and inflammation, causing tumors und prolap
sus ot the bowels, and which had resisted all the med
ical treatment Dr. Chapman and others could give.
The la.-a three years ot that time my sufferings defy
description. I was confined to Led, unable to help
myse lf, and at last given up by my physicians and
friends ir: despair of ever gaining my health.- in fact
for three days before I commenced using Dr. Upham's
Electuary, 1 was entirely speechless and my burial
clothes were made. Rut unJer Providence, and the
use of Dr. Lrnhams Electuary, though an old man,
I have the pleasure of stating the fact to the public
that my health is now good, and hope to live many
years, if it is God's wilf, to make known the virtues
of Dr. Upham's Etactuary and to recommend it to
my alilicted fellow creatures, ll helped me be ond
all expectations of all that knew my case, and lean
oidy say to others thnt it is in my opinion, the liest
medicine in the world for Piles, or any other disease
of the bowels; and if they will use it according to he
directions, 1 will myself warrant a cure in every case.
, Yours, with tho utmost expro sioi of t han k ful ness,
CORNELIUS SPUR.
Eorayont, Rork Co., Mass., New. 29, 1817.
The above certificate telb a simple and truthful
story of suffering and relief, cf which, as physician
and'witness in the case, I cheerfully endorse.
DR. CHAPMAN.
Notice. The genuine Uph&m's Electuary has hU
written signature, thus(&CrA. Upiiam, M. D.) The
hand is alone done with a pen. Price $1 a Rot.
53-Sold wholesale and retail by KETCI1UM &
HENSHAW, 121 Fulton street, N. Y., an dby Drug
gists generally throughout the United States, and
CanaUas. jy 12.
A. C. HALLOCIC, Ag't for Evansville la. .
DISSOLUTION.
rustic l: 1 . r : -. : 1 . 1. - r: JJ
1 r iii pui uicisiiip ut:i tiuiuic unuei uitfiniii
JL of Nightinstile & Sowers," Tobacco and Ci-,
nmif anlil rA i t Vi 1 l tr li ol n t I '
consent, the business ofthe late firm will be lettled-r1-. AIILERIXG Ac B II UM 31 ER -JS&L
Uajosi received from their Manufactory in
CJÜ?sa.the ,atest Ncw York etyle of
km ffcFltNG & RUMMER CLOTHING,
All ot which are made and trimmed in the bct man
ner under . their direction
v M.mj-w 1 . . ivi iiiu luarnci.
WE the undersigned hare this day apsociatcd our- ar,a consists ol every article requisite to complet
. selves together under ti e firm of Nightingale gentlemen s wardrobes.
Kister, in the Tobacco and Cigar business, at the; c . ' , , COATS,
old stand of John S. MtCracken, Main Street, would eapenor Black and Blue French and English CIoA
resiwctfullv nnnonnr to tl r nhlje.. thnt wn intend treg9, rrock and Sack Coats, full trimnmt
keeping constantly on harxl a good assortment of the Cajmeret, Brown, Green and Gray, and all col
bejt brands Virginia and Misscuii Tobacco. "Snuffs",01"!,?' feed Dress, Sack and Frock Coats.
Cloth
Linen
Everr vnriptir nf Pvata
Orders from abroad attended to with nnr.rtnnlitv.Coate'?S önd Roundalwuts.
and dispatch. WM. NIGHTINGALE. . . PAiy PALOONS.
Regal, i'iiiicipc, Canone, Caradava, half Spanish ack bummer Cloth, Lustre and Croton
and :ominon Cigars: together with all articles in J,res?' crock and Sack, Brown Linen ond
the line. f.heck and fnghani Coats.- Every variety
ap 4-tf-wtw
J0s5i:ril KISTER.
superior Ulack and I ne f'lntk
;Fants. Fancy French Cassimpri dr
and Caf?imere
Black Lustre,
and Corduroy
icry variety and price to 6uit customers
VESTS.
ALEXAK DEIl L-AUGCILI, ßro!l'n Vncn' Umn Check Tweed
in..inrni. t:i ,.-u, vi vn.11 muco mm price 10
If UUILXUIC UHU vCiitll l m ij. .ink I 1
n . W 1 - 1 rn -l-T ' 3 1 -
wüixn,,, xvft, z tn TT 1 -bk t?atin, plain and Fancy Silk snd Velva
and Sheet Iron More. en3 white Marseilles and Marseilles of nil mior. -nd
WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA, .hinds of common vests and prices.
"17TE l)ca leave to call the attention of merchants,' L1tNISIIING GOODS.
V? Traders, and Fr rmers generally, throughout All the late etvles of 'nlain
. xt-i .1 . Ttl : J .1 o...i r ' .:n. .1 1
and
j Wirt, Axes, Cotton tarn and Domestic -Manulac-inen oosora shirts: iVluslin and jannel do.; Flan
! tured Articles. Which we offer for sale at very re- nel and Net under shirts and Draws; Shirt Col
! ducrd prices for Ca:-h or Trodi.ce. lars; Fashionable Beaver, kid, thread and cotton
I. rrM-t i -.i-i - i ?t,-..i , "nfl J ji - . ...
j ineneauoi me nouse csiuing m 1 litsourgn, win uiovcs; cmoroiuertu ana piain gum suspenders; f ilk,
, enable us to be regularly Pupplied with all articles i:i ringham and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hats; Caps;
our line. Uealers and country merchants need not -oots, Mioes; walking canes, c.
travel beyond Evansville for a supply of all articles! All the above articles and everything else in th
thy may need, and they would consult their interest furnishing line will be 6old at Cincinnati prices for
"Window, Wall Taper aud Horderii
A FULL supply ofthe latest paterns, in store and
JL for sale by ij an C. BLLL
by giving us a call, as we are determined to mcritt
share of public patronage. Tho business will be
conducted by
JAMES LAUGH LIN, Jr.'
JET Feathers, Hides, Tallow, Beeswax, and all
kinds of Froduce purchased at the highest market
price. may 4, '47-tf.
JLiAIYD roil sale:
1 1 HE undersigned will sell at private' ealo the
J south end of the foüth-west quarter of section
2'J, township 6, south of
the Boonville road and
within half a milo of ea
ing 40 acres will be so
or in any other way to
very comfortable ema
well of water, and n considerable number of fruit
trees on said land: The title is nc rfect. :
Ttrms. One-third cash and the balance in six ori
twelve months.
Persons wishing to nurchasf will apply to John J.
Chandler, Esq., or to the undesigned at his retidenc
near the premises.
tdsmaylb. ; . EMANUEL HULL.
'CASH.
We shall continue to receive fresh sunolip weLT
during the eeosoa from our Manufactory in Cincin
nati. I an 4-tf A11LLRLNG BRUMM KR.
r
Am.
HIWöLL HOUSE
AND WHARF-BOAT,
, Shawn cetotrn, Illinois.
:'fy the
and
and
or war ding
range lü west, 13 ing netween rpiIE undersigned takes this method to not
Ilia fir tt I- vqntl In fin, I f .1 . 1 .1 .
Kau mi uiuiuiiin.uim iinn ir innr in ia iha nrnnricinr i
id city. The said land, be-LAm'm.-4'.rtii U'no Rut. t fc-r,.t
lain twenty or ten acre iois,,h-it h Ktill onntimma tha l'irinff - I
din I'uivuawu-. m i, io and commission uusiness. ceneral v.
ii ii ir'u, can ivrcnna Inn.linrr in fhA rurrrit rr rloc
TANNEItS OIL.
IT BBLS Tanners Oil just received and for sale
'Jby feb22J DECK UK &, KRAMER.
figs! figs: figs:
O.r BASKET, l ie;
rmtP 450 Drums do., all frosh;
or sale by
ap21
A L LIS & HOWES
- Water ft.
TO COUNTRY- JMEKCIIANTS-
lrous oi secur
ing passage in the night, will always find a pri its
room and a good bed, on board. . .
He also keeps constantly on haTd, a general assort
ment of GboosKies, lovlS!osl &c, fcuitable iq the
river trade
In connection with the above business, he ha
ohened a House oi Entertainment, on Front
direct, (about 7j yards from the Wharf Boat,) In the
"Morris' Hrxs. House, and two frame buildings im
mediately below, called the Woll Hocse and Stack
OrncE, all of which have been recently repaired and
rentteo, ana wnero persons may secure seam in gooa
Stne Coaches, for any point in the interior, on the
mail routes. , . -
The public may rest assured that his Table and
Bar thai I be supplied with the best the country can
afford for money, and no pains will be snared to ac
commodate comfortably til who call on him.
His Stable will le filed with every variety cf
grain, hay, &c, and managed by bonent end fakufal
rpHE subscriber is now opening 100 Packages ofOstlcrs, for whom tho undersigned will be rcsponsi
J Merchandise, consisting ol Dry Goods, Loort ble.
&.siuoi, lUTs,CAPsand B.nmts,LIarcwake,Uiss Persons landing frm steam boats at nieht,. will
Ware and Croceerv; which he will sell as low as always 1 conducted to the Hotel it they desire iu
any House in the City, for Cash, or Produce, such as jo 27 tl JUHN WULL, i roprieicr
V-, ent. Corn, Data, Jrlaxseed, White lic-a
w axl cathcrs or i allow.
lc-tf
JOHN SIIAXKLIN
A. H. JONES cV CO.,
STEEL.
A LARGE and general stock of the liest rraadj
nl' Arne, ican Lüster. Enelisb. lilister, German
and English Sheer, brad and narrow Spring, and ail
Odnce Dealers &. Commission XAh'tS sizes olllat and squared Cast Steel, Axe Temper.
No. ltl Front Street, St. Louis. j For ale by A LA UGH LIN,
lirferenccu:
E. &. W. Lewis,
Harrington, Hannah &, Co.,--
Beckwith Dryer, 9t r ( S. W. Ball,
nglish, " ( II Whi
vansvill
Mcllose
oct 2("-y)
Mathews &. Patch.
tmoro
ap:
Water 8tre2
National Bakery,
At the corner of IVater and Division streets.
TT'REDERIC WETZELL, begs leave to inform
A VALUABLE FARM for SALE
C0NTA1NING two hundred and si-2L
tv-one and one half acres, ninety-six improved, ten
miles from Evansville on the state road leaaing to
ITerre Haute, one half mile from Browning's steam
'mill. This land lies on both Eides of the state road.
Li, . hfihv ihtt it utiII m bLp twn fViVTd
anu Uli inj um -v. - &
On the East eidc of the road is a. new two
i 'liCiLijiiiu iiiJiLi. ur;3 icavo .v lit iui in r-
Hi... i i.i . ii . . ti .i.ii iarmi.
X' 1113 menus, ana tne puuitc concrauy, inaine naa-" ; ...:.u . ... ...ii T.
i . .i r. c i Biorv irunie Iluuse:. miu u civic iimjui. auavutui
aram returned to tlna citv. from Mexico, and recom- "ljr 41 .." - , j i .
t.,n-l il. hndnoM ff It A K 1 N(l. in nil it. vrirn .y-tWO loet long
anches. rrcsh Bread, and a variety
ackers, &c, can be had at all times.
o st reasonable terms. Give him a call . ' mayl,
a frame smoke house and shop,
I J 1.1. I - tivlv.civ r l.-tnrv hv InvntV
f P.l gvUUUÜIC in" uoliiriiiii-riA mi iwng .........
at all times, and on the f" 1-1 j " l". T ... ...fiinr and
COFFINS.
made to order.
l-6m
IV 1 1 l AX Oil V - " " J " .
nlrniv of pood water, one hundred ; of. choice apple
Constantly on hard an trees, with a variety of peach and other fruit
KOBEIIT Füll CS On the west side ot the road, is a good frame dwell.
- Main Street, ing, a frame smoke nonse, wiiu a targe uuuu
iwB,dMf. with stables and other out buildings,
PRttlTS! PRINTS!! . e hundred bearing apple trees of the best kind, also
AN endless quantity and variety of Prints of the a vaüety of peach, plumb and cherry ire(?? ne'r
. newest nrini and Summer styles, together iailinsr well of tne best kind of water. 1 he land i$
atitU o,.orw il.ininpw. in tho v nfDros Crwli Cir'In . Kirr, ctntfl nf rultivBtion. Plenty OlCOOd niCKOiy
sale at wholesa and retail by white and black oak timber for all P"rpows, p crity
.MUKU1S Ö. JUILNSUJN. lof sand, free and lime stone rot., . ..v,. .
mole I HA.imt) lOCailUU. 3 V"Vi vi v. v.c.
ap 15
LAWNS, GINGHAMS & LINEN LAWNS oCalns in this part of the State tor a store and pub-
A
ap
VERY large assortment of the
Please call and examine them.
l. .. - MORRIS S.JOHNSON
newest stvlel h.u . Tin 1TO. ui "tum uuir
I . - a iuihAV miAF
REFINED LOAF SUGAR.
O 5 bbls Crushed do i do,
1 do Powdered, in store and tor Eale low by
jan2J. C.BELL
TUST received a small lot of handsome Lawns and
J Snrinor Prints. fmart51 M. v . t um r.u.
r- n - - - -
3USTreccivedbvteanierTempebi, .
50 Bbls WhL-ker;
10 44 Lin.-cedOil;
5 Lard oil:
175 Kgs White lead;
50 Bxs Candles;
0 44 tarch
for sale by " ' ALLIS &. HOWES
ap21 Votcr
terms and payments made easy, ior further Hifor
. L .nn.iire of James T. Walker, ol Lvansvvll
or to the proprietors on the premises. ; '
Possession may do oa jyjß ßüMfs
THOMAS HENNESSY
Scott township.Vanderburg co. Ia. apl3 dwm6
st.
RIVER BOTTOM LAND FOR SALE.
I WISH to sell my valuable arm oi rwy
tour indes from vansviiie, """" . j ; , finl.
Li hirh sc earel ami unaer i'. -r-;r
li.-ins with fctaliles1, harns c. ,
h i .,1 of them new with brick chimmes.
all good, and two of tben i nc
"ernsdeirou t or w. B. Butler of
ft '.Tl Sff 2 by' apples to n,e opposite the fan.
liiunoiiii'-i . - -
on the KentucKy siuc.
je 30
JAS. McCLAIN.
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