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'Hurt's Vegetable llxtrucf,
I 8 tbeonly remedy thit can lie relied 0:1 for the per JL manoiu cure ot Spinal Complaints. Snasmjdic w- l 1- V 1 1 in ton ui i lie serves, .crvoij Nek headache, Nervous Tremors, Neuralgic A turns, Apoplexy, Paralysis, Cei.eral Dcbdity, rontractions. Irritation of the Nerves. Nervous or Alice Deti ciency ot Nervous and Physical Energy, and allNcr o3 Disorders, iu:uding the most dreadful of ai eiscases that eve: affect the human race Epilepsy, or Falling Sickness, Hysterical 'it- Convulsions. Snasms. Jtc. I hi-iuisea consist! in a sudIen deprivation of the priis! r,.con)pa,e,i with violent convulsive 1110 l,on .1 ihft whole bodv. 1 1 at lark bv til, and aiu p. rertliu duration goes otf, generady leaving the suf Uret in a stupor, attended with real weaklier and (exhaustion ot the body. ' Doctor Hart would itnnress it upon the mind oi tht! aillicted, that the Vegetable Extract is the only remedy ever discovered liiut ran l relied 011 lor tin ertnanent cure ot this most treaami 01 au uiseases A it tendency is to insanity, madness and death i!k niot Skit.i-ii.-i. Fn sh ians f Kurooe. a well a lhse of our own country, have pronounced Epilepsy incurable. And it has been considered ly many until ihinuMi iuv.iortant of alldiseovcries was madt by Doctor S. Hart, marly wixioeii year fine. during which time it has been performing Some ot tlw nfrl l.'micciHiKCi ut.s niton record, and ha acmun.l a reputation which tune alone run ettace. Physicians ot undoubted kill and experience, Aliuit rs ol va ri.n.l. n.uiiiiinii.m. n.n well as hundreds ot our run neut citizens, all unite in rcouiiuiending the use ol litis irulv valuable medicine to mur patients, cnarge, and friends, wlu) arc thus al'dicied, as the only ruu- llv 1 We Qtorc the IaNurAtJE uod by those who have been cured by this valuable metiwiue. vine says, 1 nave s-ufT.red lniyond my iwwtr of description, but now 1 re-oice in beimr lutlv restored to health and haDuincss." Another says, "1 tliatik Hod I feel that 1 am a well man. 1 also feel it my duty to proclaim it to the endsot the earth, that those similarly uttUct ed mav lind relief. Another, (who is an Eminent Lawvek, and well known in this city.) says, ".My sou ha.- U-cn afflicted tor years w ith Epilepsy, but 1? now enioving good heahh from the egctahle Ks tract. Its tame," pays he, 'should and ouizht to be founded to the ends d the earth." . Another sa) s, "Language is entirely inadequate to express my grat itude "to lit. Hart, tor having t-een the mean, under the bUssing of Uoil, ol restoring me to the enjoyment of good health, alter having ken aillicted vuih Ep ilepsy in its worst forms for more than twenty-three years and my morning and evening obla'ion ol praise and tl-anksgiviiigshall continue, to asxt-nd to that (lud who lias atiTicied but to make me whole." ErnxcTic Firs Of twenty seven year. and six months cure J by iho Mae vi this Truly Woudertul Medicine. . - . Ken-Ith following remarkable ease of the son ot ; Wni. Secore, LV;., of Philadelphia, atllicted with Epileptic Fits twenty seven ytars and six months. Afier traveling through Kurland, Scotland, CJer many, and France, Consulting the tnost eminent physicians, and expending for medicine, nieiical treatment and advice ihrea thousand dollars, re tunied with h'w S4n to this country, in Novemler last, without receiving any U-neht whatever, and was cured by uinllAKTs Veui:table Hxtkact. M. Win. txcorc s Letter to Dr. Hart. I have spent over three thousand dollars lor med icine and medical attendance. 1 was advised to take a tour to Europe with him, which 1 di J. I first vi iied England. I consultul the .most eminent physi eiaus there in respect to his cat?; they ex ami ntl him and prescrilteJ accordingly.- 1 remained there three months without perceiving any changi for the better, which cost me altoul two hundred and fifty dollars, pocketed by the physieiau, and the most that 1 receiv ed was their opinion that my t-ou's case was hojieless and IVsrrtvELY Ixccrable. I accordingly left Lin gland, traveleil through Gotland, Germany and France, anl returned home in tie monvli of govern ler la-t, with niy son as far from ht mjj curel as when I left. I saw your advertisement in one of the New York papers, and concluded to try Hart's Vegetable Extract, peeiun your statements and certiiicutes of so many cures, some of twenty and thirty vears stand ing, and 1 can assure you I am not sorry 1 did so, as by the use of Hart's egetable Extract alone, he was restored to I'tKitcr Hfjilth. Hisreasonf which was 0 far gone as to until him for business, is entirely re stored, with the prospect now before him oi life, health and usefulness. He is how 26 years of age. and '27 years 6 mouths of this time has been aillicted with this most dreadful of diseases, but, thank (Jod, is now enjoying good health. ' Now, sir, faith without works I den't believe in. To say I shall" bever grateful to you is one thing and as I here enclose you one hundred dollars, 1 have, no doubt but you will think this another and jtiiie a ditl'erent thing. The debt of gratitude I still owe you, but please aceop" this amount as interest on the Uvbt in advance. s Yours, very respectu!lv, Signed) WILLIAM SKCOUC. AittAktr reinnrkible Cure prrfirrmttl by tht u ol Hurt's Vtgtluble lUtruct. Doctor Hart: It i with no small degree of gratifi cation thatl nrn enabled to announce to you the com plete restoration to health of my daughter, by the use f your Vegetable Extract. At the ngeof six years, (her aire at present is sixteen) she was first attacked with this dreadful malady called Epileptic Fits; und antil slie commenced taking the Extraet,shesutiered with attacks ot tits, almost incessantly, and so se verely as to threaten to drive reason from its throne, and render her itisant Idiotic. : Physicians pronounced her incurable, and cauld do nothing in ire for her. We had almost despaired of a cure, when hearing of the remarkable cures performed by the Vegetable Extract,-we determined to give, it a trial. The result hasexceeded our most ?a neunte ex -pr ctatioti, as by its use she free from a mst dread ful malady, and restored to I'ekff.ct Health. Should any one feel desirous of seeing her, and t ascertaininu the jrtieulars ol the case, sueli ih may lie gratified by calling on or addressing a letter to me, past-paid, at my residence, two miles from the illae ot Yonkers, V e-stchester. New York m O. C. DKN.SLOW, Yonkers N. Y Teething. Worm, Cost iveness, !tc., will produce Ihis disorder. In all such cass the Vegetable Extract js the only medicine which can be relied on with any degree id safety. Mothers who have small children should remember this. Ma.w a Cinu,the past year, who has sutr-red with this compliant, and has 'lx-en given over by physicians to die, has been restored by he use of but oiiH Itottleot lUrt's Vtiietablo Extract. The child of William Anderson, North Fourth treet, Wilüamsburgh, aged 'M months, had tits con- ptantlv for eiirht weeks. A consultation ol idivsi cians was cafled. whotlecided that tlie case was a hopeless occ and the child must die. Whilst 1 he ehild was in this damrerous state Mr. Anderson call ed at mv ofik-e and obtainetl a little of the Extract administered it to tho child, and the result was a per.: uect rstoration ot healtu. The son of Mr. UoVrt McGee, corner of Sullivan and 1'rinco streets, New York, was severely aülicted with tits. In this cae also the physicians held a con nultai ion ami refilled that they co;ild do 110 more and that nature must eir;t its own cure, or the lv must die. The Vegetable Extract was administeret to him w hilft in a tit, by otic of the attending physi cians, ltsetiects were almost instantaneous. 1 he fits was broken, and the boy restored to health; Mr McGee an vs. "I shall never nirainbe without the med icne in my hfwse.if I can avoid it, for fear that some . r 111 i .- i 1? ot the rest 01 my cnnoren may ie auacken in the wine way. 1 consider the medicine invaluable. IV e would refer to the following tiersons, who Lave leen cured by using Hart's Vegetable Extract W. Uennett, nine years, It 1 Grand ft. J. Ellsworth, seven years, lit Dover Joseph McDougal, nine years. East Brooklyn IL WlÜmith,N. 1 Custom House. S. Kelly, twenty years, Staten I.-land. 21 liss E. McKtel. twenty years, 0rkv1IIc. TfllSS i E.Crane, twenty years. Hi hanimersly st. . IL Parse!, twentythree years, $ Norlolk et. 1 Petty, four years.'l74 Delancy t. Wm Jacob Petty Plnlo Jo!uiHon.twenty-ei2ht years, lreeneasilc ct Jude Kandall. 91 East Broailway,N. 1 . Thonn B. Jones, ol the U S. Navy. CaDt Wm. Jennings, Slate st, Biid port, Ct. The Time Is Nor Far Distant, When thousands who are now trembling umltr ibe hand of this dread Till disease, ami fearing that every attack may prove fatal will find oermancnt relief and he restore! to new life, by usin;i this celebrated medicine. Ovtr O.n'e Tholsa-ndCeriuxcates, llavu leen re- reivei, 111 testimony of the r:m heia results produced by the U"efDr. Hart s YtveUdtle Extract. Prepartil by S. Hart, M. D., New York. Frio. One package," -.- .......... $3 Ot) Four " 10 F.i2ht 1 ' -1 IH) It is carefully packed ;:pn lo.s fr transporta tion ami sent anv part etiie I niietl States, 'I exas, Mexico and West Indie. TIIOMASJt .MILKS, 47 .Main nt, fj-twen 3t and 4tU. Cinciiuiati . General Agents of t be DniteiJ States. .ADCHAFBLN Agent Ixuiville Ky. C BELL, Evanville Indiana. From Our Pittsburg Gauttf. HHE past summer (1847 has been a very rcmarka-i- bleone. Freuuent and heavy rain, tollowed by intense and Ion. continutd heat. had thcetSect, in th first place, to promote a rapil growth ot succulnu vegetation, audio the second to produce a rapid de composition of vegetable matter, yiving rise to much nnwiia and spreading mckiicss, tliseasc ann ueawi, in .V:-js which had heretofore been remarkable fo. their fa. ubnty. We are rrediblv informell, that' whole meadows on whicli the irrass was unusually heavy, rotted to the i;nutnl and was not ht to lie cut. In liunana an Illinois, theyii-kiit s was so eeiieral. that there wa not enough well persons to attend uioii the fick who.-esutli rings were prctrneted by a want of proj 'er remedies, as wt 11 as ot iroo.1 nurf ing. Mih Ii ot this suffering might have been prevented, had every fani ;ly kept on hand a fupply of medicinea uiteti to coun teract ta-rllects 01 uns miasma, wim wnicn uie ni ttMisiihereat certain times is surcharged. In nddi tion to Quinine, (which is in such general use as to need no comment,) we would eirougly urge every latnilv To keep on liaudonc or more boxes ol 'Dr M"I.ANti. LlV tR l'lLJJ.' ' These Fills are llie uresrrittion of aneminentPhy sician in MonongahalaC'o Virginia, and were used hy him in his private practice as a reimtly in IkIUous complaints, for vear llre be thought of ollering tliem to the public. .Sich, however, was the euccc? ;o the Fills, and so great the number ol persons Uo efitwl by them, that the making of ihe quantity reoui site to unn.ilv the incre'a-iui' demand. U'an to inter iere materially with the time rcuuired to attend to l" I I ......I.. nis prae 11 iu)r;Tiii 1111.1 iw u iium- ii' meiitswi h he house of J. Kiuu&. Co. No. oO Wood :r.et. ritislnir.r. Fa. to urenare and vend theni where the genuine may 1 procured at all times and in any reasonable quantity. . I hesc Fills are nt recommenueu as a panacea tor 'all the ills that flesh isln ir t,Vbut in ail alh ctions f the Liver and in all bilious complaints, they etaml without a rival. All who have ever used them, give them the ort ferenee over all other Fills, and cannot be (x-rsiiadcd to exchange those which they hnl extK-ri- ence to leii.'.andff(!''.forany other.even iliough they may lie $uir roaleu,vT o drastic as to go uirouiin ny iiay ugtii. " Frenared for the nrooriotorbv J. KIDD A: CowlieloS sale Druggist, No. (.0 Wood Street, l'ittshurgll, Fo. to whom 1 orOt re Irom a distance must üe lireettu. Sold also by our Agents and the principal Druggists throughout the United State and Canada.' 9Cr -N.1J. Purchasers will please le particular an inquire for "IJr. M'Jmuc' IJvrr 1 'Ult ," as there a rd tht r Fills iiuniortiiig to be "Liver Fills, nw bo 10 the public. dee'-M-w y bold V üolesalc Sc Ketoil ny CUAWFORD BF.LL Alain st. Evansville. Ind. Ioiitlilym:ietiii. o(i.3. THIS world has ever been the scene of the firce&t struggles between Truth and error. No sooner lots Truth propound an important theory, than er ror, with its legion ol utiles, t-eeks to arrest its pro gress. A most illustrious instance of this, was the opposition made to the. immortal Jt..ER. I lis mas ter mind was led. under Providence, to the discovery of Vaccination, by w hich that dreadful tcourge, the tuudl was rob! ed of its terrors. He lound that the in titer Irom pustules upon the udder ot a cow cor mined a principle w hich would produce the almost livine results tor which he had so patiently and aiu ouly sought. ti)positon arose.- Interested p-rsoiis high 111 social rank und protessioual position, ridicul ed what they dared not deny! They asserted that many vaccinated persons liecame covered with hair, and even exhibited horns rand a tail; and that in one case acliM l ran on all tqurs, bellowing like a bull. Hut the current was hii turned. The liri'ish Par liament voted him X"-2i,OOU sterling ($100,1:00,) and the world sang 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 eliicncy and success of . i ne t.rncienberg .ueuicuic s, - are opposing them. Misguided men! How utterly iuno-Miie to arrctttli'.ir spread. 1 he moat extruor tlinury certiheates ate constantly llowing in to the Company, from all parts of the country; certificates which have astonished the most, respectable citizens Many of these testimonials have been fcubmitted to gentlemen ot great '.itiiiction, who have carefully examined them to see that they are ukxcinc. Among these, are the names of the liev. N. Uangs, D.D., ol the Methodist, Episcopal Church, and Francis Hall, Esq , editor of the New-York Cmmercial Advertis er. We finally submitted the whole to The Hon. Wm. V. licADV, the Mayor of New York, who has given his certificate, nnuer the Great Seal of the Ci ty, that they are genuine an J reliable. With such names, we fear no opposition. Wc are fortified at every point, and solicit a continuance ol the unexampled patronage we hare already received We would earnestly advise, 1st. That in every neighborhood where there i no Graefenlerg lVpot, immediate steps be taken to have one. Hy addressing the General Agent of any dis trict, this can le secured. l. Families should club together and get on im mediate supply. ' , - d. Emigrant Societies and other philanthropic bodies should furnish them to the needy. Of the Grnefenberg Vegetable Fills alone, 30,000 Uixes are sold each ami every week! Of the Health Bitter, an enormous quantity, These extraordinary Bitters are sold at twenty-five cent n paper, and are warranted to make two quarts of Bitters stitH rior to any in the world. They are composed of Boots, Barks, Herbs, and Vine?, gather ed in the vast forests andprariesof America and are a speedy and certain restorative of weak and debili tatl con-titntions. The other Medicine? of the Company are f ;qual value, and are n? loiiows: Ihe Graefenlirrg Sarsapanlla Compound, the Graetenlierg Eye Isdion, the ChiMren's Panacea the Green Mountain Ointment, the Consumptive's Balm, the Dvx ntery. Syrup. fcCrThe General Agent for Indiana is Myrus Sea ton, to whom appliration foragene es may be addres sed. m EDWABD BAKTON, Secretary. rvcw l ork, January, i"iM. - WM. M. WOOI.SEY, Agent mayt-tf ' for Evansville. Hi:VIriI! HIMLTII! TIIOMSi )N"S COM POirXDSY KIT or TAR AND WOOD NAPHTHA. THE ONLY CERTAIN Kr.MI.DV ICR THE CVKE OF CONSUMPTION, Ashma, Bronchists. Spittinir BIoinI, Pain in the Side anu breast, sore throat, Haorsnrss, Palpitation of the heart, Whooping Coti!'h,Croup,Hivi-sy Ntrvou- Treniours, I.iver cmplaint, ' Diseased Kidneys, ami Affections generally of the Throat, Breast and Lungs. ' ' ' Of all the diseises incident to our climate there is none so universal, and at the same time s insidious and fatal, as Consumption. In tluscountrv esnecial ly, Pulmonary Cniimpt ion isemphaticatly a scourge ana in us resisiiess career sweeps over the land as t Destroying Angl I, laying low, with relentless hand Ihn strongest and fairest oi our race.' Hitherto all ebons to arrest this dread disease have proved vain and all that seemetl within our power was at lcst al leviation of fculfi ring, reiiJtiring somewhat smoother the certain progress to the tonih . The proprietor, in offering this preparation to the puulic, would mhrace the opportunity to state upon what grounds it puts forth its merits; and the reasons upon which it founds its mjierior claims to the atten tion ot the aillicted, that all who require its use may repose full confidence in itscurative powers. Since its first preparation he has had the pleasure of wit Hessing its happy results in numerous instances; bu lie was determined not to ollr it to the public unti he nad lecouie thorouuhl iihlv convinced ot its efficacy on, he now confidently offers i Havimrsuch conviction a a remedy without n parallel for the cure ofPUL MONA11Y CONSUMPTION and its kindred dis eases. I-t the following speak foritself. "I have usedTnoii.-i.o.'s CoMrof.DSvRrr or Tar Si. Wt u Na riiTHA, lor sme time in my praclice,and have tund it the most efficient remedy 1 have ever used in Consumptive cases, Chrojiw .t nfarrh. etc wlieu real irritability, with weakness of the imiIiiio- 11.,. ...f : i nary or"iiu, i-Ait-u. ur i.iwiuiiv i;u which u acts is really in its tavnr where dyspun-a or oppres sion exists, when is mediately n-Iicvcd by it." "In Pulmonary Consumption it can he used with confidence. bein applicable to every form of thai disease,au! I consider it a medicine well worthy the attention of Physicians, and exempt from tho impu- aiion ofempirnnsrn." M. CHAMCLIiS, M. D. Philadelphia, Oct. 11th, 1Mb. tt"7The alivem-diciiies tre:arl only by Axoxcv et Di ksox, at iN H corner ol Filth niKlSpruee Strrt t? Philadelphia: S-.d by C. BELL. Evansville. and respectable dfrnr'sts ceniTally. I'liCi yU ccu! or 1 per Imtilo Isjware ol intervpii j iiov l la it NEW GOODS! NEW" GOODS!! : : XT WHO LESALE AND Ii ETA IL. - IN THE NEW BRICK STOKE NEAR Y OPPOSITE THE BANK i (Formerly occupied by Johnson Crane.) , rr,IIEsubserilerha opened wiihinthclast few days, JL an extensive and splendid assortment ot : Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, IZats, Bonnets, Scots and Shoes, and 2ancy Hardware, Which ha vinglH.cn purchased at the lalelarge VeniajUory Amtwn Si7,he flatters himself he can sell at much less than the usual ptices He is determined to exert himself to make his establishment popular at well withpurehascrs who are v Loiting the City, as with those who are residing in town, and w ould nispeel u lv request the attention ot alUo hiSFtock, which he offers tt wholesale and retail upon terms which he hiiiks will i'''t failjo gjveLe"Üre satisfaction. ; (ap 131 . MOKUIS S. JOHNSON. . J. J. MAGHEE & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic dry G-oods. FV A SV 1LLE, INDIANA. ARE now receiving about fc)Cascs of DIIY G(K1 S, BOOTS, SHOES.. BON NETS, HATS, &c.f stiitetl for the Spring and Summer trade, which they Olli r altogether at Wholesale, at rematknbly low prices. If you want to buy Goods clieauer than. you can get them anywhc.e elte, webt of the Mountains call on us and t c for yourselves. . We have just received . 100O piecei Fancy i'rinla; . 0 pkrt s I'antnloon StufT; . 1C0 iecc8 Lawn?, IOO pieces Ginghams; . oOO do Palm Hats; 50 doa Fancy &, titrav Bonnetü lt0caies echoes & Boots;-And a large variety of small articles, to which wc in vile the attention of the trade. , . '- ; - r np 8 ' Wholesale dealer in dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, : Caps,. Hardware, Cutlery, Leather, &c, &c. ow wätsr stueet, Tnnu) door above'zäaipt etrees EVANSVILLE, IND. DRY G Ö Ö D S A TW H O L E S A L E . TO Country 3Ierchant. I take this Tiieth i to inform Merchants visiting this City, that I am in receipt of one of the lnrs-st and liest assorWil stock ofGootLi ever, brought to this Citv. "Atnnnu which I enumerate Tick, lvmins, Drills, Stripes, Jane?, Plantation staffs, 0näburgs,' Wickmgs, Wad dings, Batling!, Cotton Yarns, Vc. " . (- i .7 1 i - , My assortment of brown and bleached Cottons is, I believe," the, most complete we6t of the Alleghany mountains, comprising all the most desirable styles selected from the liest minufactoric. Mv bleached Cottons are mostly from the I wcll arid Walthain either foreign or domestid, oller. (I in this market. avorable to buyers than at any other house in this may IG M EWS 11 T E LEG El PH TO CITY AND COUNTRY' "MERCH'ANTSl i;3v 1. -ia fed frlmi tT, WHOLESALE DEÄLERS IN FOREIGN AHO D0MESTI3 DRY GOODS COKM'U OF nS AXD WATER STKEKT, KVATVSVILLB, IA., WOULD INVITE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE Spring and Summer Foreign "f I "IIICH we are daily receiving from the Lastern f V lected with creat care atul atcxlrenuly low rates, CASH with an esiiecial vi.?w to the patrona- ol the of "LAI ICE SALES AND SMALL PROFITS," Country Merchants, Dealers, Traders, !tc., who will to please you in style, extent, and vanly ol Go.mN. iiri r t A i N' lll.r-l WlliMl lit,' 'i TABL1SHMENT. You are particularly requested on visiting our Citv to call and obtain prices before purchasing, ;nll at the "EXFll rS STORK," corner of Main and Water Street. i KrC AGUE AND FEVER OR UKS:i BY SIIXIIVS TOMC SYISITI. THE proprietor of this celebrated medicine justly claims for It a supeiiority over all other remedies ever oll'ered t the ub!io for th --af certain, speedy , and pennant nt cure of Ague and Ft vir or Chills and Fever. lie relers-to tin; whole Western country to !ar him testimony t t!ic assirtion that, in no case whatever M ill it lau to cure it the directions are strictly lollowed and carrie! out, and with this as surance he is fully prepared to warrant a eure in ail frnis whatever of Ague and Fever or Chills and Fever whetar r of short or long standing; nnl all person- selling it are hereby ruit!irivd to return the money to persons who may have used it ns directed whi n it shall have lairly tailed to cure. Thi- remedy has now been extensively UM-d throughout the West and Smthwest for the last seven years . f i ...... . .. .. . . r . and within that htiiki lias permanently cured vn,tJwu cans, in an its varied lorms, many ot which had lieen ol Irom one to three years stand ng, and had resitted all the usual remedies known in thu country, and in no case did this medicine fail where the directions were followed properly. Such is its invariable success that a larger mimbcr of respectable practitioners of iuedioi:jet iu , varioii iits t the cut.ntry,' u3C ami )rescrile it in preference to Quinine and all other runielies. ' . - , v j The public are assured that it is not anly ce'itain in irsetferts a a Tonic, but, beimr compoisHl entirely r i . ..i::... : i- :.. . :. . ... , ... . r J ll vegeiaoic mMiriu.-s, is perieeuy iiiiioceiu in unj ease-.-" it cm u:u-iauees, ami may IX." givtll t7 ICIliaics, infants, and all persons of debilitated and delicate cotiitituiions without thvjcast fear whatever of uiiy un- pleasant t u ci. This meJi'.'ine i c:mt;ij.sr;l of trticlesof t.?e prinit prietor in perwn, after the established forms of pharmacy, (which cannot be snid of the maiiv Tonics now flooding the Western and Southwestern country,; aod By its aperient and powerful diaphoretic properties, superior to quinine ami other remedies as a general nre proper tone administered. 1 he proprietor, then fore, would respectfully unite practitioners add the public generally to give it but a fair trial, and they will then be convinced of its great superiority over all other remedies now in use for the purposes specified. . Persons lining in districts of country subject to Ague and Fever, ChHlt and Fever, or Bilious I evers would do well to keep a supply ol thii valuable uuieuy lie conveniently had. .. . The proprietor has now in his possession hundreds of used ll. , with many letters from merchants who have sold it hu gely in th-'ir country, us well as from many table praeliiiouers, who have used it in preferemJO to other reniKliis, attesting its value. For the ction of thos- not aaquaintcd v iih its valuable curative powers the following letters and certificates respect satisfacti are civ en from the many in his inv-scssi m ,Mi-.R?. Wn.s, Pettet. .V. Smi rtt Oentlemen: Tiii author of tins is the meagre subject who pnseuted himself at your counter, on Friday. thel2.h it.st., midtra complete state of debility from fever und a"ue ll. ... , I .. o 'i w . .. . i - . , . i on win rionei iook a 001 ie oi ouiiui s i ome weak, 1 did not wish to take any medicine until I got home on Sabbath morning in lime to take two doses hour (10 o clock, A. .vi.) as ha'd as nsual, nut it J.istrd nut a short time. 1 he lever also kit me a great deal sooner than iisunl. In the evening I resumed the Tonic, as directed, and only had time to take three clones until bedtime. Next morning, alter breakfast, 1 had passed, when 1 dro;i:iej it, and was entirely tree icme to restore a person a red as tue t onic restored l J . .i : " ...:.i . .: t. : . -1. i. . . jwiue. i uo uiiiiK, uiiuui jMioii, 11 13 me oesv Most resi-ectfully, ' 1 - Messrs. Wilson. PrrrEr, fc S ntm Gentleman: I more of the Tonic .""yrnj. I am now entirely out. an I very great. In every instance where it hag been trie ! parcel tor me before this reacuas you, eightor ten dozcii Respcctfully,-&.c., ' ' ' Messrs. Wilson, PtTrrr, SiSmitü (cntlemen: You will please send me two dozen Smith's Tonic Sy rup. I cannot close my letler without informing you that, out of the three dozen of t'ie Tnic Syrup 1 bought of you this last sprinr, I hnvo only two or three ltth-s nw on hand. It is called for almost dai! v and it has never laild m tin- hrsf instane ol proJncing cure of chiil and lever or ague and fever that J have will much oblige your friend. JAM EST. EDMUNDS. We, ihe umlersigucd, do hereby cheerfully certify that we have sohl Inrgcly of S'mi'.h.s Tonic Syrup in our neighborhood, and in very many cases have personally sen and know n it used among our customers and from what we have seen ami I now of its use, do wi'liourhesiüoon, lecotntüend jt to our frk-mls and tho public geri'TalJy a lli iosi tprtc'v, -riuaii nt. und jnimeeut ren.ly that we have ever s"eii or heard of iu the euro ol Ajjue and Feu r or Chills and Fever, and we do believe that it will in uo case fail to cure if the directions are properly followed. L. F, Chilton, Christian county Ky: J. E. Goodwin, Taylorsviile, Ky; J. Ii. Hamilton, Ilnneock eo., Ky: W. E. Sublelt, Clinton. Ky; M. !t J. Helnier, Springville, la; L. I'risbie, Militown, Ia; P. lndrum. Fulls Rough, Ky; Satuu;l McL'larty. Hardiiisbiirg, Ky; r e v l.irrett, lirowinviilc, Ky; J. v . larner, Co:irl - ( t. isiwiiiin, iiiersvtlie, ivy L. e. l.ow:i a, uo., v Bell, Liveimore. Kv. - IVroan-d hy JOHN J. SMITH, Sdd wh-le.-al? an.l n tail bv an-? P A ulhor o;).l Proprlctt and is constantly receiving directiy Irom New York Factories, and areeeeidedlvsiinerior to nv otl.pr rncu With assurance that my terms and prices are more diy. Very rispecttully, IHjIV KK EAlJI) ? TO.THElli UNUSUALLY LARÜE STOCK OF and Domestic Dry Goods, Markets. Manufacturers. r. Our stock has Ih h sc uuler the most favorublo circumstances, (with Ihe r.vansville 1 rade, and as we have adopted the motto wuliav e Ha hesitation in pledging ourselves to City ami !o kind enough to call iiud m us, not only to be able! but al.-o IO Oil Lli OUM.Cll BARGAINS AS IM 1 1" I" l.'YTto V 'T'i DMV i tll'l iL' i 1 1 l?o CHILLS AND FEVER .. . and pure-t quality, and is always made ly the pro in this rtsjt ct alone is rendered greatly superior to adhl to its tonic ouali'ties. it is rendered eminently and popular Tonic in all eases whatever wh-re Tonics always un hand, especially it medical iij cannot ! . . certificates of iL value, given by persons whhave Ci.ci..vati, July 20, 1S-I I. ) rup, ni our earnest solicitation, ana, iHmg so very home when I could r'Ci ive proper attention. 1 got Ik lore my shake came on. It came on at its usual rontinu f taking it until the hour of ague and fever Irom l Iii disease. 1 did not think it possible lor rued- me. l he greatest diliiculty now is to gov ern mv au- r . . i ' 0 ' ' meujciue a ever 100&. " ; E. (J. MAGLTRE. Paris. Tennessee. Sentcinhpr 1 1 . ixjn wrote you. fuur days ago, reijuestin you t send me have borrowed twodozti. The leniiiid for it is it has ell -cted n cure. It you have not stirtcd the out will not bo too much tosend. T. COONEY. Mourn Saxky, Tennessee. August 21. 1st:. an eliectual eure. It is the best medicine for the ever teen, i our early attention to the above order (.a!nm &, llaworth. Bowling Green, Ky; h'ound- town, la; I -rry ( iaithvr, 3Iiiiiroe eountv, la; W (aithvr, .VI. in rot eountv, la; W .M. Pliclp, Lc.iveiiworth,' la; IL T. cd l oint, uy; j - .r, Kouwvilh-, Ky. C. BELL. Druggist, Main ft., Evansville, To whom all old. r will !e addresed. J t f -t "v", .1 mm 1 ..irauaiir n t tj to n i -?n Tk hub Dr. . ToAvnsend'H Compound titract. SAU.V1PAU1LLA. i ins extract is nui up in auari notties it is six nines crieajier, pleasanter,aiia warranted t-upertor to any sold. It cures iliseaecs without vomiting, pur- inijr, . sickening or delilitatin thc natient. and is lartirularlv adaptedlor a SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINE. The rreat beauty nndfcunctiority of this isrsana rilla overall other remedies is, while it erodicatesdis ease.it vigorates the body. Consumption cured Cleanse and stremithen Cunsumntion can 'be cured Bronchitis, consumption, liver complaint. colds, coii":hi',catarih, asthma, spntins ol blood. sore ness in the chest," hectic flush, night sweats, difficult orpro.nse expectorntiou and pain in the side, &c, :iave and can be cured. - Probably there never was a remedy that has been so successful in desperate case.of coiiseraptionas this; it cleans and streiuithens tho system,' and -apinars io neat tue ulcere on tnc lungs, ana tne patients gratf. ually regains their usual health and strength. f turiocs cvsc or coxscmi-tios. Tliere is scarcely a day passes but there area mini- er ol cases ol Com umption reported as cured by the useoiur. lownsenu s tarsoparilla. 1 he following was recently rcceivi'd. '. ' " Uu. 1 ow.vslxd JJtar 2tr: l or the last three years have been aillicted witlmcneral debility, and ner vous consumption ot the last stage, and did not ex wet to ever oain my health at all.' Alter cointr lrtougn a course oi nieoicine unticr the care ot some of the most distinguished regular physicians and memlers of the Board ot Health in New York, and elsewhere, an 1 spending the most of my earnings in attempting to regain my iicaitn, and alter reading m some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved to try it. Alter using six bottles l lound it done me great good ana caned to see you at your otiice, with your d vice I kepi on, and do most heartily thank you for yonr advice. 1 persevere in taking the Saniannrilla, and hjve been able to attend Io my usual lubors for the last three months, and 1 hope by the blc-ssing of 'Jod and your Sarsaparilla to continue mv health. helped mc beyond ihccxncctationsof all that knew my case. - CHARLES QU1MBY Orange, Essex Co.N. J.. Aur. 2. 1S47. State of New Jersey. Essex County, ps. Charles Ujuiuiby being sworn according to law, on hi oatl saith, that the foregoing statement is true accordiii" to the bett ot hu knowledge and be! iet. CHARLES QUIM BY Sworn and subeciitied to U-fore me at Orange, the Jd Aug. 1S17. U Klo BALDW IN, Justice ' -" " - - Oi" the Peace ' SPITT IN U BLOOD. KCnd tne lotiowiiig and say mat consumption ts incurable if you can. . ' New York. Anril 25 1347. Mr. Towxscxd: I varily Im licve thai your Sarsap- anlla has leen ihe mean., through Providence,' ol saving my life. 1 have for several years had a bad cough. It became worse and worse. ' At last I rtis- ed large quantities of blood, had night sweats, ami was irately ucpiUtMed and reluced, und Out not ex pect to live. T have only used your Sars-j.parilla but a short time, and there lias a wouucrlul chance. ban wrought on me. 1 am now able to walk all over the city. 1 raise no buxxl, and my couuh has left iiew-r l ou can well imagine that I am thankful for these results. Your vbeilif nt servant, " ; W.ir. Bussei.l, C5Cathaiinett. LOT 1IERPLLCH. The annexed certificate tells u simile and truthful story of suffering ami relief. There are thousands of siniilarcasesin this city and Brooklyn, ami et ihereare thousands ol parents who let their children die tor lear ol ueing huinuugged or to save a tew shili ngf. r BnooKLY.v,-Sept 13, If 17. Dr. Tow.vsexd: 1 take nleasure in staiimj. for the lenefit of those whom it may concern, that my daughter, two years and six months old, was aillic ted with general debility and loss of speech. She- was given up as past recovery by our family physi cian; but fortunately 1 was recommended by a trietid to try your rarsapsnlla. Before having used one bottle she recovered her speechand was enabled to walk alone, to the astonishment of all who were ac uainted with the circumstance. She is now quite well and in much Utter health than she has been tot ISmomhs pat. JOSEPH TA YLOIJ, 12$ York st. Brooklyn. ; TWOCHILDREN SAVED. v cry few famil its indeed in fact we have heard of one that used Dr. Towiisend'sSarsapatilla in time lost any children the oast Summer, while those that did not sicken d and died. Thecertificate I we publish below is conclusive evidence nf in valu. land is only anotherinstancc of its saving the jives o children: . " Du. Tov.vse.d Ihnr Sin 1 had two children cur I.Jl .. .. . . numuui Ii uu by your Sartauanlla of the summer coiunlnmt :im! (Usi-ntery; one was only 15 Inonths old und the oth ie'3 years. They were very much reduced, and iew expected they would die; they weregiven up by tw respectable physicians. When the doctor informed is that we must lose them; we resolved to try your jars', pan I la we hail heard so much of, but had little con tide nee; there ixing so much Mull advertised that is worihlcss; buf we are very thankful that we did, lor it, tinnoubtedlv saved the lives of both I write ibis that others mav lie induced to t'seit. ; ours, respectfully, - JOHN WilJSOX, Jr, i Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, Sept." 15, 1347. - .- - ' i ' LUNATIC ASYLUM. James Cummin?.-. hsi. one of the .-Wwfftnt the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Island, is the -eu-tleman poketi of in the following letter: ' ! ! KHLUMATISM. ! This is only one ol more than four thousand ca. cs uf rhe eure! ......i';, eraun uiiiatism tbot Dr.,Iownsond's Sarsaparilla has The most severe and chron 1C rai nrti U (. Ie K' . radicated by its extraordinary virtues: '. . ' , Blacku eu 'blsia.ND, Sept: 11, 1347. DR. 1 ow..e.D-. I have Stiller! terrihlv. lor Vt ars with the rlieuaiaiisin; considerable of the time 1 -could not eat, sleep or work; I had the most dis. tressing pains, and my i(,i Wer terribly twollrn. I have Used four bot lesol vuurSsrinti!l'.i n.t have done me more ll:an one tboiiniul l.dl,.i -.r,I. 1 m 'II ll 3 n VI 111 god-1 am so much Unter. Indeed, I am entire ly relieved. ou art utlihertv to n ... tl.; r..r i i eui oi mc amictcu. Yours, respectfully. i JAMES CUM. MINGS COULD X'fi'l w.l v Thnt Dr. Towns-end's Sar.anarilla is the wre 1,1 1 yuieoy tor n-maie complaints there is no disnut :jl i.. t- i- . . j . i - iiiousands and thousands of weak nu.l .!.1.;iiT.,iol cm ales that were prostrated bv th.i.i m which females are subject were soon in tli eniov iiHiitt.f robust health. New YoRv Si n iri: Dk. 'I'ow.vsi xp: .AI y wife has for ihe hist year been I very sick, and in a greatly reduced state of health ! I ing reduced iy a vanety ot complaints such as fe males are liable to; she got so bad at length that she U'u nntirt f.'iirw. I.T.....1I. I i a child, sh: couuueii.'ed using your Sarsaparilla, and she immediately began to regain her strength, her complaints hither, und after taking several' tattles ..iiunwj uiidim iu dih, aim was ns ueiiiless n sue is restored. Lein' a singular case I h-iv. tl,r.,,l,, itniightdo gooil to publish it. She used a number ot remedies that done her no good previously lours.resjicctlLlly, JOHN MULLEN, TOTnin:ADir.s6.7iNarfu,kst GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. UK. lOW.NShXD SOARfcAPARlLLA in ll sti.voriMrm ...I speeuy cure lor lncipumt cousuuiptii general prostration of the system no .... V ' la, II UIIU inci(i;nt consumption, and frtr the I fvniil ll 1 1 vi I matter whether P tne result oi inherent causor causes, produced bv ir Noihing can be more surprising than its invigora ting etlecui on the he man trains. n . l ness and lassitude, from taking it at once become ro bust and full of energy under its influence. It imme diately counteracts the ncrvebssness of il trame. which ia the rreat cause oilmrronr.MSj It will not 1 etpct'ied of us, in cases of so delicate I a nature, toexhibil ct rtifieates of cures pe rform, d, hut we can assure the r.lllicted that l:i;ir.,lo r . . ---- . vij i . i tan; nave lx-en reported lobs. ... . Da. TowxsEXD: Mv wife lw in rf.i! ry weakness and general debility, and suilei jnr con tinually by pain and with other difficulties, ami hav- ug known. cases where vour inedi. lne hns ..('.m..I great cures; and aIo luiniiü it r-ouiiir iidl f..r . h cases as 1 liave descuhti .I obtained a L.tiU if v ni r I Extract of Sarsaparilla and fdlowed ihe directions I yon rave me. 1 a short neru! it rcumv,.) I plaints and restored l.er to health. Being urateful for Maiden Lane, New York. Sold wholesale and re ihe benefits die rert ived, I take pleasure in thus nc tail, bv J. WRIGHT, General Agent for the Souti kiwwlciliriiij it. nnd recoiiinicnoitiir it to il,t inli!L- LnW Wol. 131 !lirirr- street. New Orleans. .M. D. .MOOR E. cor. ol Grand and Lcdiintv I Albany, A.er. 17. MM TOI011li;rANDiMARiaEDWE I his Extract ol Sarsaparilla has U n txnres epart-l in referenoceto female eomnlni IIB I f llt( ilUlt male who has n-ason to tuppose she is aruroachm thatcriticjil ,ri(xl. "the turn of life - sh3 f ES to take it,.aa it is a certain preventive tor . ..v.i. numerous and horrible diseases to which females arc sunjee t at this tune ot lite. '1 his period may be de" laved lor several yiara by using thisemetücine. Nor is it less valuable tor those who are approachin wo manhood, it is calculated to assist nir. , J! . ening the bld and invigorating the systemf Indctd wnnoiurtuic nit i ne uisca to ll braces the whole sybtem, renews permanenUv tha natural energies- by remov ing the im7,Uritkof Si Ijtrfy-noi so lar stimulating th Msten. u t D! duco a suliuent relaxation, Mhicfi is the case f llll)sl llll .hrmoo i.L r... I... I ! , -lSC Ot ense. .......v.w..aU11, jinia.- weahness and A.. DISEASE OF THE: HEART, RUITCÄE AND ,t : .i a . . - : -. . . . DROI-SY. . - AP. . . Nlw York July iair "'" D R. Towxsex T-l)i ar Sir : Mywile hnVli?! r flicted with a terrible rarilr tt; the greater pan of the time. She WliuS wnhshonm ss of breath & great flut terinTof the he which has b very distressing, ,nd fea rreeuentll been uuablc to leave her bed. 'Fbe niptureTTev large and severe. She tried almost evay mnuly 2 mx& eases with tut little benefx WbS,a! ken bat three Iwttles ol your excellent medicine she was entirely relieved of tho disease of the heart and' the rupture has almost entirely disappeared.- , ' n Vi haia , drtP' nd was very much hted , nsshehad?uch a complication of diseases ' But it has, as strange as itway '.n,Wf' rcIievedS 1 droi?-f- 1 tM "wa lhi statement is ao ' - Ö ., "-""OH. 11 IS1 . our fcarsapardla is certainly a valu ?, and thould he used by every one that ' r we have been. If any dsJlev . T." able medicine bsullerins as ci.ount, in rount tneyareatlirty to call it my house and ive ocular demons t ration. Yours, resiicthi II - t , ! , , WILUAM TO&fiXl r hav " ,J ''' " DYSPEPSU ; ' : No mtid or medicine has ever been oiscovered' which so nearly rewinb fa the gtstrlc juice or lwl m decomposing food and fctrei;2tbcrinS iheonWot , digestion tu Uns preparation ol 5aisapiirilla It noa or chSc eVVry Ca$e PyIK-ptia. however JCer . 4 n AXK DEfARTMüT, ALBAxr,Mav 10, 1813, ! De. 1 ovuvscxp -6ir : I have been afHicted for t- 1 eral years with ppvpn in its worst ton, attended with sourness ol btomaeh, loss of aptHiüte, extrcma heartburn, and a great aversion to all kinds of food and tor weeks (what 1 could eat) 1 have been unabl ' to retain but a small portion on mystomaeh. 1 tried the usual remedies, but tiievlmd little or no effect in .f removing : the complaint. .1 was induced, about two months since, to try your extract of Sarsoparilla, and ' 1 must say with little confidence: but after usin- nearly two bottles, Hound my ap,,etMe restored and ? the heartburn entirely removed; and 1 would earnest : ly recommend the use of it to tltose who have been aillicted as 1 have been. Yours, &c v n p i V. W. VAN ZANDT. IS. B. 1 urcliase none but such as have wrappera ' that hide the botilt. completely,' and Lave the written signature of si. F. TOW NbEND. - ' Principal cfiice , 12öFulton-fct,Sua Cuildin N. y v 4-ÄüS Co,8tate-fct 1WS D,(lt & LU Not hecoud-st, I'hiladeIphin;S.S. Dance, iw uist, Baltimore; Diirol ! & Co Hit hmond; P. M C. hen. a.arteston Wright & C, 131 Chartres-st. N : (.; Ko.uth Feorl-st, Albany; IL Van Buskirk,W2 comer of Market and Broad sis, Newark. N. J., and . by principal Druyitt na Merchants generally thro out the L mted stale?, West Indie, and the Canada , KSa!c by - - ALLLN C. IIALIjDCK. ,,' l Druggist Main. St, F.i ansville. Ind. -V lo is a pjoi 11 uu by tle. propiit ior, AVtMilesala Azeut. with auihoiity mail at Manufacturer' prices For Sale al.-o by BICH ARD B. JIALLCCK. . , . . . , Druggist Princeton. Ind. march l?-dvlw ly 4 . -eaST : ALLIS A: HOWLS, i:aiiKvillr, In. : AGENT ü UF THE SEW YORK CAX7TC2T CCTÜTJL TZ'iT. TU Oldest Tta Ealablhlvunt ia America THE Canton Tea Company has hetu popularly . known for many years. This i.i the Surest and oldest Tea Establishnu nt in Atm tiea. '1 he puhli have had lull proot id ti.eic integrity and rt-?pomi tulity. But such hue lin n thereat and piessingde maitd for their Teas of late, that tht y hnte Ut aobli- ) ged to enlarge, to a great ei tent,' tin ir two principla estiiblL-liinentsiii New Yoik. viz: ; 123 Chathum & 1C3 Greenwich Sttetts. They moreover nossess fa iiilies, in huini. t.iil? not I Tea trade, iaa Very abundant det-iee. and h.tdith- ' superior to any oilier. Tea. Comim in Atnciica. I Their scrupulous r card to all iniiicitd ilmt i n.l I to elevate the character of a latre hou.-e. is well n- v derstiKKi, and has alnady proeun d tUm a coniiec liill. lirnlint.il- lurimr tiuii II r. a t..l.1 ;L 1.- I ments unittU. and thev troiiseouentlr an cfeterniiiied : - 1 to sell tea- purer, more fragrant. and Perfect for the i " uiii,iiiuii iiiiBium, auu ieiiioi mv I price, in the aLr'r iaie. tlian any house in ilic world j China cxceted. . - I They most zealously iuvitethe attention of the in- J habitants of this city and surrounding country to tlir ngencyMi ssrs. Amjj & Hewis', wheteth Hollowing assortment? arc always on hand; and they leei no hesitation in statin.1, that wh herever a sinula trial is made, a eryd cidcd preference-is given t tl celebrated leas ot tueCaniou J ea Company. fKrlieader m::kc the Ciix rinient. luiait priccg us JoUutt, subject in 11 catrt to br re : lurtitJ if not cfiirovid of. ' .'KEENS. . (jood loung Hyson .-$.0 50 f i'iiie . . do do 0 62 No 2 fingranf No 2 very line Silver Ix.af, (ooil Hyson Very ri ne do 0 75 do. do. oo 25 75 CK 25 50' 75 i) 5 75 00 25 Extra fragrant ' tlood Dyson skin (Jood lxiiiicrial 4 f Wry fine do Extra line do'- Good Gunpowder. rine do i 4 Extra fine do II LACKS. No 1 Souchong 0 50 P 75 - 0 50- 0 75 1 00 No 2 do Finest do Fragrant Powehong, various prices Congo, various prices ().-.- ' ' FineTt lolon T nne Extra fiuo do ' ' i Ningyong, various prices . ' Finest Engli?ii Breakfast Tea. (very rich f Pekoe flavorV 0 75 0 62 1 CO Fine Orange Pekoe y Finest Pekoe Fl wer' I f .titwm. Ii .c t l:ti.1r rl'ft ri i 'j rf 1 I 40 .. i .1 i .. w i ri I. ..r -ll ve puis uiira i caif, uhu onvii auu imih hj descriptins, tlie highest grades grown inChina, I,5U ner nouuil. ... - , i r t .- . . tt TAKE yOTlCEThclCauton Tea Company ; t are ihe exclusive veiidTs of the superior ' Black Tea " called "Jlovyuu's Mixture."-: They introduced it in America in 1S40 and every other person or house . professing to sell the same at all much less ct a low fJ er price deceive the unwary, as the public them- , selves will percieve, by comparing the spurious with the genuine "IlowquaV vended by ihe Canton lea j Company. ,,. . . Kv.tv nnrta?e im addition to its containing mil . - - . F er : ... . . . i . w, iht, independent ot tlie wrapper,) war tne stamp u neatness and elegance, anu tue i eas, u-. em i. , so thoronghly secured irom ngm. aim mi, umi tun oualiiy and power will n main unimpaired in any cli mate, my 16J 4 ALL1S& HOWES, Agents. WINKlt'S Canadinn Vermifuge The Lest 1 remedy wer yet discovered for all kinda of.'-t p vis It n.o iiilv d strovs Worms and invifo- rates the whol'-pysfem, but it dissolves and carries oil i!... ,nw:diundant shine or mucus, so nrevalent in ihe stuiach and lowels of children, more especially those in had health. "The mucus lornis the bed or nest in which worms prwlwe their young, and byre-' inovcin it, it is impossible for wonns to remain in the : hinly. It is harmless in its t fleets on the s ystem.aml the health of the patients is always iniprove.1 by it use, ' rrn when no worms are disc oveic!: tn cmea- ntn A hi inT 11.'. latab e. no child will refuso t tak3 1 not even the most d lieate. rfi-Pwnarrtl hv Jl )HN WINER V CO.. o. 83 ft-V-Onlr A-ftit5 in Evansville, rv L'Vl v " A LLIS vt HO WES.