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NEW FALL GOODS!!!
J. H. MAGHEE & Co., Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic dry goods. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. HAVE Just received per steamers American Eagle and Colorado, 58 packages of their Fall and Wintei stock. W'e invite the Trade to enh and examine our assortment; a9 most of these jjoods are now much in re quest. U is the intention of the.liirm to purchase ail unusual Largo Stock this ssasoti, and to eil at a niaU advance on I Western prices..- . The head of the houso will attend the Eastern package. Auction sales during the entire season, and spare no piiinsin collecting one of the largest tnd most desirable Stocks ever orlered iu our city. W'e could say to the Trade generally, anil particularly to Merchants of the Wabash V alley that you ca buy goods in Evansvillcthis Fall on as good terms as anywhere fist in the West. laug IW.j Wholesale dealer in dry goods, Boots, shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Cutlery, Leather, &c, &c. OCT WiVTEIt STREET, TIIIHD DOOR ABOVE XVXAISI STRSET EVANSVILLE, IND. DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. T'O Country Merchants. I take this nietho J to inform Merchants visiting this City hat I am in 1 receipt of one of the largest and twst assorted stock ofOoods ever brought to this City. Among which 1 enumerate licks, Dentins, Drau, fctripes, Janes, iiantation stuns, Usnaburgs, Ickings, Wad ding, Pattings, Cotton Yarns. Ve. .lv assortment of brown and bleached Cottons is, 1 believe, the most complete west of the Allcerhanv mountains, comprising all the most desirable styles selected from the best manufactories. My bleached Cottons arc mostly from the Iwell and Waltham Factories, and are eecidedly superior to any other goods either foreign or elometid, offered in this market With assurance that my terms and prices aru more favorable to buyers than at any otner uouse in ims city. cry respectful.), may 16 OLIVER LADD. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. NTHE NEW BRICK STOKE NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BANK (Formerly occupied by Johnson tf- Crane.) frHE subscriber has opened within the last lew days, and is constantly receiving dircctiy irom New York 1 an extensive and splendid assortment of: l'oreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Hats, Sonnets, Socts and Shoes, and Fancy Hardware. Which ha ving been purchased at the late large Virvinptory Auctwn Salts, he flatters himself he can sellai much less than the usual ptices He is determined to exert himself to make his establishment pooularai wll withpurvhasera who are visiting tbeCity, as with those who are residing in town, and would rasnect. 111.--.. ..I . n . i . . iuiiy request ine attention oi an to n)s stock, wmcn lie oilers at wholesale and retail upon terms wincii n thinks will not fail to give entire satisfaction. (aplJl . MORRIS S. JOHNSON. I IV "if VlH DRM WWW- V-, . I a HH a H ja F Ä s a S Ja a Ts vi nr-"nf Ts re i m j s ai; in L- a 1 3j3 J uk S. l8S2SffiSäK2aä3i5riiir Dr. ML' I .... . : sj r T 7 1 CRAWFORD BELL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, MAIS STIi EET, EVANSVILIA), 1XDIAXA. rSnow in store and daiiy receiving hi Spring sui ply ot Drugs, JJsJieuiis, J amis, itls,Lfi,9 Cincinnati Clothing . Store, .1 .r. w. . . v"U ' 1 uoor io Ks. lieu, Urtiggist, MA IS ST., EVANSVILLE IA. - U. aiilekinc k muni um l-l A.V just received from their Manufactory in' J--L L,.?.'?i"nat, lhc ,at,Ät N-w York style of I Tl AS ... MVM L'MMKIt CLOTHING. i XI si All ot winch are made and trimm-.i ;n iK. i uer under their direction cxpresly for this market,! Glattware, arnih, 1'aiMland nrnish Bruthtr, A. and consists ot every article requisite to complete My stock is one of the largest and most com- uctiticinen'tf wardrobes. plcte ever kfore offered in this market, comprising . COATS. almost every article in my line, selected by inyw-ll Superior Hlnck and lileeFrench and English Cloth! with jcrent care in regard to the best qualities, and wrcss, 1 rock and jack Coats, full triinnicu J purchased directly from Hrst hands and on the best ? rt;,' ,,rown, urccn and Uray, and all col I term, by winch means t am enabled to sell at as low s ot 1 weed Dress, Sack and Frock Coats. a rate as any other House in this part of the country Dealers are respesttully requested to call and examine rs ot I weed Dress, tack and Frock Coats lit ...I.- r'l .1. t . i.imci vioiu, Lusire anu Lro'.on Cloth in person. My stock consists, in part, of the following 130 lbs Chrome Yellow; 10 bbls Tanners' Oil; 5 5 10 t"ireSL J?C a M Brown Linen and Linen: my stock before purchasing elsewhere, and those who Check and (Jinglmn Coats. Lvery variety of Coats! cannot do so, by sending their orders shall have them Coatees and Roundabouts. j attended to as promptly and at rates as low as if here . , r.liWAlAJUNSS. Superior IJIaek and Ulue CI Pants. Fancy French Cassimere do. lilack Lustre,! Krown Linen. Linen Cheek. Tu-,.,1 r..i rnr.,.r. rants, ot every variety and price to suit customer.! Bbk Saun plain and Fancy Silk and Velve white Marseilles and Marseilles of all colors, and juu3 oi common vesuand prices . riJitisinx6 :oods. ! All the late stvles of nla in jft 1 and fancy silk and satin Cra-j1'!), ,A vats, sca'ts nnd storks; wKiil vl '; Sil, and all color rocket Handkerchiefs; Linen and Linen bosom shirts; Muslin and Fannel do.; Flan nel and Net under shirts ami Draws; hirt Col lars; Fashionable Heaver, kid, thread and cotton Cloves; tiubroidered and plain gum suspenders; silk, Ringham and cotton Umbrellas; fcilk Hats: Caps;! it . . Ii. i . jxmm, Tiioi-s: wm&iiiz canes, oic. All the alwve articles and everything elw in tin I- ,n. . ... . . -. farnisliing line will be sold at Cincinhati nrices for CA1L Ny e shall continue to receive fresh supplies weekly uring tle season from our Manufactory in Cinrin nati. ij4-t0 AHLLK1NU ,t DKUMMLli. Western Clothing Store, Xtxldoorto G. Vcnneman's Hope Store. Water Street, Evnitsville, la. iv i; itiMi .hi: it cv co. HAVE just received from tneir Manufactory in! Cincinnali, ::a large asrtment of readn iu t ie tashMiiaiile clothing, suitable for all sea sons ol lh.t year, all of w.iicli aro made and trimmed in the twst manner under their direction, expressly for thi jOO 02 iulp Quinine; lb oz Iodine; 100 o Hy'd Fotasso, 50 oz Feperine; 2CH 02 HxtUarkPrccip't; 330 lbs (iuni Aloes; 'J.r0 do Assafetido; 250 do l'ulv Khubarb; 'J50 do do Jalapo; 15 bbls Sulphur; 5 do llritnstone; 300 lbsSoltlndii;o; 1200 do tine Madder; 2'H) do Nutmegs; 300 do Cloves; 100 mats Cinnamon; 200 Urn Calomel; 500 do Cream Tartar; 10 bbls sp. Whitingv 10 do do Hrown; 10 do V. Kod; 150 lbs Chrome (Irren; do Linseed do; do pure Castor Oil; io Spirits 1 urp n tine; do Copal Varnish; do Alcohol; do Copperas: do AlunU boxes Bottles and Vial do Window (Ilass; ( 5 Carboys Oil itriol i d do Nitric Ä: .Mu t riatic Acie; ;1 500 II Sulaeratus; (ItHH) do Ked Ijead; JtS) do Liihame; 10 boxes James' River Tobacco; 150 kegs White Lead. j 10 5 2t0 100 100 do I'aris Green: lr(!inxrnß, Ftaxircd, Fenthtr, and Beeswax tn ken at the highest market price in exchange for a iroods sohl, or in navment oi debts due nie. N. I. All persons indebted to the firm of W. C Bell will plea.-e M-tt'e up as soon as M)ssihle, either note orotlierwisc, as the linn has been dissolveil since the '2'M of August last. jan y.'48-tf. CRAWFORD BELL. r4t Din cs and mi:dici.m:s. ALLL'NC. 11ALLOCK. Drussist an M SM ML ' ' ' A f fyl hannnevtut, would call the attention i the citizens of Lvansviile and and adjoining towns r0 his complete assort tnent of Druirs.Medicines. inirktt.aiil consists of every article requisite com-; Chemicals, Oils, Dyestuns, &c, &.c, &c. All ol plet g iitlemeu's wardrobes superior Black and which are carefully selected and received freh from iiiuu trench anl Gnzlnh cloth dresses, trock and the Eastern Markets. Fhysicians and merchants sack coats, full trimmed. Blue and blach Satnet y depend wri their orders being promptly attend trock and sack coats, Cmhmeret, Brown, green, "d to and the genuine article always delivered, on grny ami black, and uilcoltors of tweed, sack, frock' terms wholesale and retail as favorable as the same anddre-9 coats, every variety of coats, coatees and quantity and quality can be purchased at any Fi-ace. rmnjabouts, superior black and blue cloths and cas-j A full assortment of Botanic Medicines, Roots, tiincr) pints, fancy French cassiniere do.. Blue and Barks, Herbs, Fx tracts, Fowders, &c, prepared and black and yray and striped satinet pants and cordu-, ut up by the Shakers. roy pants of all colors and prices. Black satin, plain; HalljcVs sifperior Cold drawn No. 1 Cantor Oil, und lancy silk, velvet cassimere, and satinet vests,! nanufactured at Mt. Carnu l, Illinois, an 1 all colors and kinds of common vests at various; A large assortment of 1'attent and Family Medi prices. eines. Fssence's. Hair OilV. Perfumcrv. Soaos. and All the late styles ol plain and lancy silk anil satin lancy articles Cologne, Bay and llwc Water, all of vravats, hearts and stocks; whitw Mlk and all colors the hest qualities N'idlitze and Soda l owders, care t'ocket Handkerchiefs; Linen and Linen bosom shirtsj fully put tip and of full weight, ilulin and Flannel do ; Flannel and Net undershirts. Copal Varnish at &'J 00,2 23, and $1 73 per gal and Draws; cfhirt Collars; Beaver, kid. thread ami on. cotton Gloves; embroidered and plain guru su?pen- Superior Tale French Brandy, I. li.Goddard&Co'b aers; silk, giniiini and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hats Lrand, warranted ptire, tor medical purposes ouly. Cans; B.ts; .Shoes: walXimr canes. &.c. I Halhx'k's Worm Candy, a sale and pleasant med Adt!i3ab)ve articles and everything else in the icine to destroy worms in children and improe their lurnishiiu liue will be sold at Cincinnati prices tor their general health; C-VII. - - Hailock'a Cough Candy composed of Ho rebound We shall contrnue to receive fresh supplies week ; Bonescj, &.c. tor all kinds uU-augh ly during th; season from our .Manufactory m Cincin nati, fau l'.ij BitUMMClt, Sc CO also on sali:. At the proprietors prices Dr. Wood'd dursapariUa and Wild Chorry Bitters rfee advertisement. Dr. Upturn's egitable Tile Flectuary See adver tisement ilder's Sugar Coatcu eg. Anti-fever rills See -See CITY CLUTIXfS STOUi:. ri. KUHN, A'o. 21, Miin street, Lcanscille, Ind., "TT7"lLLi kce: constantly on hand, a lartre and cen-i tV eral asrtment of dress, frock and sackCoatsi advertisement. suitable for all seasons; Cloth and Cas-dtnera pants.j Dr. VanZaftdt's Health Restorative Veg.Fill lancv Cassiuiere. Brown lun.'ti. Linen checks.l weed' advertisement. and Corduroy Fants of every variety and price to Dr. Folger'a Olosaonion, or all Healing Batsom See suit cutoniers; plain and lancy Silk, ahd V elvei: advertisement. Vests, Marseille of all colors, and all kinds of com-: Dr. reter'a Vegetable Tills, Worm and Cough Loz man Vests: tine and common Cravats nnd Scarfs:1 ne''9. Pocket HanJerchiefs; Linen and Linen bosom Shirts. i)t. Le Roy's Universal Vegetable Pills, composed common do; Flannel do and draws; Hats; Caps, of Snrsnparilluund Wild Cherry. Boots; Shoes, ccc, &.C. . Dr. Porter's Poor man's Curative Sugar Coated Mv friends and the public are respectfully invited; tills, at lu cents per ox. to give me a call. je 2"i dy. Dr, Porter' Poor Man' Strengthning Plaster, at iu cents apiece. TRUNKS. Ijcather Trunks Barnes' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted tocure in all Townsend's Compound extract. SAIiSAPAHlLLA. This Extract is put up in quart botttes it is fix times clieajH r, plcasantcr, and warranted superior to any sold. It cures diseases without vomiting, pur- finr. tickeninir or uebuiiaiiu mc patieni, anu i particularly adapted lor a The crtat beauty andsuwiioritv of this Sarapa rilla overall other remedies is, while it eradicates dis case, it vicorates the Uxly. Consumption cured Cleanse and strengthen Cunt-umption can be cured Bronchitis, consumption, liver complaint, colds, COUghs,caarrll, asthma, spitting of blood, sore ness in the chest, hectic Hush, niuht sweats, difllcult orproiu.se expectoration and pam in the Mile,' &c, have and can be cured. Probably there never was a remedy that has been sosuccesj-ltil in desperate case oi coiifumpUonas tins it cleanses and strengthens the system, and npnears to heal the ulcers on the lungs, and the patients grad ually regains their usual healih and strength. CUK101S CASE OF CONSI'SU'TION. There is scarcely a day nasses but there area num ber of cases ol Consunuition reported as cured by the use of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. The following was receutlv received. Dr. TowssEMH-ZAar Sir: For the last three years 1 have been atiacted with general debility, nnd lit r vous consumption ot the last Mage, and did not ex pect to ever gain - my health at all. Alter going hrtoujih a course ol medicine under the care ot si'iue oi the most distinguished regular physicians nni luenilnrs of the Board ot HealiU in New York and else w here, an 1 spending the n.ost of my earnings in attemptinc to regain my health, and after reruling in some paper ol your Sarsupariila 1 resolveil to try it After tiding six bottles 1 tound it done mecreat com: and called to see you at your oliie, with your ad vice 1 kept on, and do most heartily '.hank you tor your advice. 1 persevere in taking the Sarsaparilla, and have been able to attend to my usual tabors for the last three months, and 1 hope by the bles? inj ot God and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health. .. helped me beyond thcexpectatiousol all tnat knew my case. CH AULLS (4 LIMB Y Orange, Essex Co. N.J., Aug. 2, 1S47 State of New Jersey. Fs.-ex County, ss. Charles Quiinby being sworn according to law, on his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is true according to the bekt of his knowledge and Iteliel. CH AULLS QLTMBY. Sworn and suhscriVd to 1m fore me at Orange, the 2d Aug. 1817. CYRUS BALDWIN, Justice of the Peace. SPITTING BLOOD. Read the following and say that consumption is incurable if you can. New Yens: April 25 1847. Mr. Tuw.nsf.nd: I varily Udieve that your Saraap arillu has been the means, through Providence, ol saving my life. 1 have for several years had a bad coi'fch. It became worse and worse. At last I rait ed large quantities ol blood, hud night sweats, ami was prately debilitated and reduced, and did not ex pect to live. I have only used your Sarsaparilla but a short time, and there has a wonderful change been wrought 011 me. 1 am now able to walk all over the city. 1 raise no blood, and my cough has left me. You can well imagine that 1 am thankful for thi'se results. Your obedient servnnt, W.v. I'rssFi.i., C3 Catharine tt. LOT HLUPLFCH. The annexed certificate tells a Mtnpic and truthful story of suffering and relief. There are thousands ol nuiilarcnfCf 111 this city and Brooklyn, bnd yei therenre thousands of partn l who let their children die tor tear ot being humbiigircd or to save a lew thill ngs. LJkiHjkia.n, Sept 13, lfrU7. Dr. Townsend: I take pleasure in stating, lor :ht benefit of those whom it may concern, that mv daughter, two years and six months old, was atl'ic- ted with general debility and loss ot speech, She was given up as past recovery by our family physi cian; but fortunately 1 was recommended by a triend to try your Sarsaparilla. Ik lore having useu one bottle she recovered her siK i t hniid was enabled to walk alone, to the astoni- hment of all who were ac quainted with the circumstance. She is new quite wetland 111 much better health thanhe hnshecu for IS months past. J( SLPII TAYLOR, 12S York st. Brooklvn. TWO CHILDREN SAVED. ery lew families indeed 111 tact we have not heard of one that u.-ed Dr. Townsdid'sSarparilla in time lost any children the past summer, while tho:-e that did notsickened and died. The certificate wepublish below is conclusive evidence ot its value and is only another instance of its saving the lives o children: Dr. Towssesd Dear Sir: 1 had two children cur ed by your Sarsaparilla of the summer complaint and dysentery; one wus only 15 months old and the o;h re J years. 1 hey were very much reduced, and lew expected they would die; they were s;i ven up by two respectable phy.-icians. When the doctor inlormed is that we must lose them; we resolved to try your Sars?.paril!a we had heard to much of, but had little confidence; there being so muchstutf advertised that is worthless; but we are very tnanktul that we did. tor it, uunoubtedly saved tbe lives ol toth 1 write this that others may be induced to us it. 1 ours, respectiuuy, jvii.n iii.., jr Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 15, ldt7. LUNATIC ASYLUM. James uu minings, nsq. one ot toe Assistants in the Lunatic As) linn, Blckv ell's Llatul, is the g n- ticman 1p0K.cn ot in tue following letter: K1IL.U.MAT1S.M. This is onlyoneol more than four thonand ca of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsauarilla has cured The most severe and chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary virtues: Llackulm slsiJt.ND,Sept. II, 1817. ir. 1 ownsind: i nave stilleren territ.ly nr nine ears -with the rheumatism; considerable of the time could not eat, sleep or work; I hnJ the most dis tressing pains, and my limbs were terribly ewolleti 1 have used four bottles ol vour Sarsaoarilla. and thev have done me more than one llioasand dollars worth of good 1 am so much better, lmtted, I tun entire ly relieved. You are at liU rty to use this for the ben efit ot the altncted. 1 ours, respectfully, J A M ES I U MM IN GS. COULD NOT WALK. That Ur. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is tho very Lest tinually by pain and with other dithculties, and hav-1 ing known case? where your medicine has cH'ecttd great cures; and also he aring it ri commended tor suth cases ns 1 have dcserüx'd. I obtained a bottle of your Extract of Sarsaparilla and followed the directions you ave inc. in a vnon penou 11 rcmoveu ner com plaints and restored ncr to neaitn. ueing graieiui lor thebtnehts she received, I take pleasure in inus nc knowle-dizuiü it, and recommending it to the public ' M. D. MOOR!., cor. ol Grand and Lvdiusst. Albany, Aug. 17," 4' TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES, This Extract of Sursr.patilla has lietn expressly ure pared in n u renoce to linnale complaints. No te iiinie woo lias reason m suiitjs rue js u i piuu.uiii that critical periotl,'"the turn of life," should neglect to taue it, as 11 is a certain preventive ior any 01 uie numerous and horrible diseases 0 which females ar subnet at this time oflile. This ieriod may be de laved lor seveial years by using thisemediein. ISO! is "it less valuable for those who are approaching wo manhood, it is calculated to assist nature by quick ening the blood and invigorating the system. Indued this medicine is invaluable lor all the diseases to which women are subiect. - ' ' It braces the whole system, renews permanently the natural energies by removing the impurities oi the bdy not so far stimulating the system as to pro duce a subse-uuent relaxation, which is the case 01 most medicines taken lor leninle weakness nnd dis t-L-l I pood duality and low prices; also Car cases, it? LI pet Hairs of every variety for sale at th Overstreet's genuine Linamcnt.and Doctor Bcach't- Cincinnati Clothing Store. family Fill. . . . I1I1IVH I. DDITOIIDIl I v. .: V If I .Vit 110V 4 tf. V 1 1 1- r.K l. l tJ .1 -i r.iv. 1 ut. urine s rtim-r ever oiui i eyer unu t ins, w.a. ,rvn VI I VIII Dr.Grave's Tain Extractor, for burns, scalds swel HUttV plaint 1 id. . i T l?'?t, nrwl rrcnrr-.l ci-r m on t nf n 1 1 fci'ean Dr.GraVl 'V Common liar. Plat, Round and Square, BroadJ ls, KheumaUc 1 am. &c.t w arranted lo give in . - , a,-- ,1 it.-, nr Plnw Itnr i f tain relief in all cases. anil iaiii L""iut unv .u., , ,, .. .i'ii ii ,r. ii f..nl,ij an. I .1,1. Nail and small Rods, to- Nrve and Iwne Lmament, highly celebrated fonts with nil sues usually cauen ior in me aoovt , . t'J. A f.M'tMH.IV i At the New Drug Store; Main street opposite Be an lio , . " I : " fjetner me. jylO tf JUST KLCCIVKD, r( KEGS Pure wliito Lead; ßJ IU bbU Linseed Oil; b do Turpentine; 23 boxes a-.'O Window Glas?. Kr rale low by A. LALiOHLIN, j !Fasliionable Uoot nnd Shoe Maker. & WOULD inform his triends and the pub'ic ylthat ho now has, ana intends to constantly f iccp, a fine lot of Philadelphia Calf-sk.i:, or li ia work. Work of every description doin theut.nost neitiissa and deMji-nch. On Main Wafer street, opp o.-tt ti e B ir.k wit: strc ease. , GlSEASE Or THEI1EAKT, UUFTUKE AND DKOPS Ntw York. July, 22, 181o. Dn.Tow.NSEXP DtarSir: My wile has be en fiictcd with a terrible rapture for over fiftee n yeni the irreater naif of the time. She has been trouble with shortness ol breath & great flattering of tlie heat which has bexn very tüttressin-r, and has Irequently been uuable to leave her bed. Phe rupture was very large and severe. She tried alniostevexy remedy for such cases with but link benefit. When she hru ta ken but three bottles of your excellent" niedi -ineshe was entirely relieved ot the disease oi tm Heart, and the rupture has almost entirely di.-ttppenrcd. She has also had the dropsy, and was very much swollen. We had no idea that slie could be so be'ne- tited, as the had such a complication of disense But it has, as strange us it may appear, relieved her ot the dropsy. 1 aib aware that this statement is to strange a Um mit a r a'most like fiction, but it is sober reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a valu able medicine, and should be used by every one that s suffering as we have been. It any disbelieve this account, they are at liberty to call at my - house and have oculai demonstration. Yours, resiHctfully, WILLIAM TOWSLU, 1 Janas l DYSPEIVIA. No fluid or meelicine has ever lie'crt discovered which so nearly resembles the ßustiio juice or saliva iu decomposing food and strengthening the organs ot digestion as this preparation of Sarsaparilla. It pos itively cures everv case of dyspepsia, however sever or chronic. Baxk Department, Albaxy, May 10, 1843,, Dr. TuWNSEn -&te . I have been alhicted for sev eral years with dysj epsia in its worst form, attendee' with sourness ot stonuiilu loss ot appetite, extreme heartburn, nnd a gre at aversion to all kinds of food, and tor weeks (what 1 could eat) 1 have Wen tinoble to retain but a small portion on my t-toimch 1 tried the usual remedies, but the v had little or noellect i: removing the emplnint. 1 wns induee-d, ul ut iwi. mouths since, to try your extracted Srapnrilhi,nud lmustsav with little eoiillder.ee: but aficr usi'iie nearly two lotties. 1 louud my appetite restored and the heartburn e utiieiy rt moved; and 1 would earnest ly recommend the Use ot it to lliose who have been ulliicted asl have 1h.-cii, Yeuirs, &c. W. W. VAN ZANDT. N. B. " Purchase none but such as have wropjr that hide the lottle cornpletelv, and have the written signature ofS. P. l't NSLND. ; Principcl cilice, 12ti Fulton-st,Sun Building N. Y., Reddini: & ( 'it, 8 State-st, IWton; Dyoti it Sons, I'M North-Se cond-M, Philadelphia: S. S. I lance, tlrug irist, Baltimore; Durol &, Co Richmond; P. M. Co hen. Charleston; Wright A; Co, 1M Chartre's-pt, N. O.; K3Se.uth Pearl-st, Albnny; K. Van Biiskirk,.V.h e'orner of Market and Biead M, New ark, N J., ami by principal Druggists nnd Merchants generally thr out the I'nited states, We st Indies, and the-Canadas For Sale by ALLEN C. HALL 'CK. Druggist Main. St. EvansviMe. Ind. Who is appointed by the propiieteir. Whole-sale Ap-nt, w ith authoritv ios !I at MunufaciurtrV prices. For Sale also by RICH ARD B. H ALU CK. Druggist Princeton, Ind. ninrch l-el&w lv reme-tiy for female complaints the re is no uiunng thousands and thousands of weak and e'.ehili'.ateil emales that were prostratetl by those eli-ease-s to which females are subject were soon in the enjoy tnent (T robust health. NtwYoKK,Sep 23,1847. Dr. TowjcsT.nd: My wife has for the last ye nr be en very sick, and in a srreatly reduced stale of health bts ing reduced by a variety of complaints such ns fe males are liable to; she got so bad at length that she was entire ly unable to walk, and was as heirless as a child, she commenced uing your Sarsaparilla, and she immediately be gan to regain her strength, bei complaints left her, and after taking several bottles she is restored. Be-ing a singular case 1 have thought ttmtght do good to publish it. She used a number ot remedies that done her no good previously. Y ours, rc-peet tally. JOHN MULLEN, bTNaiMkat. TO THE LADIES. ORE VP FEMALE MEDICINE. Dr. Tou'xskxd's Saiisatarilia Is a sovereign and spee-dy cure tor iucipieut consumption, and b.r tin general prostratioi ot the system no mutter vvhf'ber the result of inherent cause or caust.s, produced by ir regularity, iilnessor accident. iSothing can le nn"re surprising fhon iLs invigora ting clfocis on the human tiame. Persons all weak ness and lassitude, from tiking it ot oncu U-ot.ic ro bust and full of eneriry under its iiitlue neu. It in int rliately counterkcTs Hie nervelessiie ss of the tcniuli frame, which is the great cause of barrenness. It will not le expected of us, in cases of so delicate a nature, toexhihit certificate s ot cures jterforniej, but we can assure the afilicted that hundreds of case hve Uen reporter! tons. DK.Towxs.Exn: My wifelieing greatly distressed by witikneMs and general dhi!iy, anJ sittFerinj e:i- A SOVEREI(N remedy for Ague and Fever. XJL This great Remeely: to which the public atten tion is particularly called, has Le-e-n e xtensively used in the western and south western states na speedy safe and certain cure for ague and fever, dumb ague. Chill or intermittent 1 ever. Theutiexamubxl and complete success a I fending its use; and so well proven have become its wide spread victories over every form of ague in the west that the 'Febrifuge is now superseding every other offered re medial ae-nt, and looked upon as the only one thai can Ite rc.ied upon in all stages' of the dise-a.v. 8 For bale by Iloadley, Phelps &. Co. wholesale agents New York, and by- Brinkerhell Pen ton, Chicago, 111; EAards &. Francis, St. I,ouis, Mo, and by Druggists generally throughout tin I'nited States, For sale by WM. M. WOOLS EY," agent ilr F.v ansville. Ii:d. WinincHiV. Deusf)nehrf, Mt. Venion. N.t J. Nettleion. New Harmony. W.J Whiting, Cyuthiana. jy 12-fan. 3I:icSiciizi('N Co in poii in! 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THE FubscriSer has just receive! the "-vi agency for tins City and surrounding fc country, with a supply ot his Abdominal Supjwrters; Shoulder Braces; Jnhaleing Tubes; Also his book of six lectures on the uses of the Lrnp causes, prertniion nnd cure of PulntoniryConst::,!,; ti-n, di.-eases ef the heart, and the true v.hmU ol serving h'.-ath and prob r, ins lit. ALLLN C HAl.LCCX, Dn.n'. t je '21 Main st. i.. -. r '.'3-tr. 75 VKXTS. AFAFE and warranted ct;re lor Chill? nod Ft vor in all its crnplinted forms. Dr. C:.ampi.;n's Vegetable Agu- Medicine s. F, r sale 1 y C. BELL, and W.M. M. WOOLSEY. Al.-o Dr. Chamt iot. 's Verfalle Anti L'ili(ms, Anti-DVeL.ep'ic Purifying and Cathartic Pi!k ; r jy 21-3 m'd. 1 (( ' -rre's Kciihawq Fait for sale by XUU rd-21-tf JOHN SHAN KLIN. lluiTs Vegetable Extract, theonly remedy that can be relied on for the per anent cure of Spinal Complaints, Spasmodic fl pt 1 . Ill 3 T fpi In I i..n . C . I. " K-AKMA..A AM . , UV.IUII3, llllinuuil Ul IIIC 11COUU9 Ol ick Headaclie, Nervous Tremors. Neuralgic Affec tions, Apoplexy, Paralysis, General Dcbdity, Defi ciency of Nervous and Physical Lnergv, and all Ner- ....... I: I ; I It . .1 D1 " i . II u-. oisorutTs, inciuuiiig ine most ureaaiui oi aa iseases that ever atlect the human race ' S Epilepsy, or Falling Sickucss, Hvstcrical Fits, Convulsions, Spasms, Sec. Phis disease consists in a sudden deprivation of the senses, accompanied with a violent convulsive mo tion of the wholu btxly. It attacks by fits, and after a certain duration goes oil', generally leaving the suf ferer iu a stupor, attended with great weakness and exhaustion ot the tiody. ' . . . . o . . - Doctor Hart would impress it upon the minds ol the atllicted, that the Vegetable Extract is th only remedy ever discovereel that can be relied on for the permanent cure of this most dreadful of all diseases. As its tendency is to insanity, madness and death, the most Skilliti. Physicians of Europe, as well as those of our own country, have pronounced Epilepsy incurable. .Audit hus been so considered by many, until this most important of all discoveries was made by Doctor S. Hart, nearly sixteen years since, during which time it has been performing some of the most Remarkable Cures uion record, and has acquired a reputation w Inch lime alone can efface. Physicians of undoubted skill and experience. Ministers of va rious denominations, as well as hundreds of our emi nent citizens, all unite in recommending the use ot this tiuly valuable medicine to their patients, charge, and friends, who are thus afilicted, as the only rem edy. We Qcote the Language used by those who have been cured ly this valuable medicine. One says, ''1 have Buffered beyond my power of description, but now- I rejoice in being iuiiy restored to health and happiness." Another says, "I thank Ood I feci that 1 am a well mau. I also feed it my duty to proclaim it to the ends of tije earth, that those-similarly afflict- eel n.ay find reuet, vnouier, t who is an L.mi.not Lawyer, and well known in tkis city.) says, "My son has been atllicted for years with Epilepsy, but it now enjoying good health front, the egetable Ex tract, lis fame,1 says he, "should and ought to be sounded to tho ends ot "the earth." Another says, "Language is entirely inadequate to express tny grat itude to Dr. Hart, for having been the means, under the bbjssing of Cod, tf restoring me to the enjoyment of good health, after having been atllicted w ith Ep ilepsy in its worst forms for more than tw tuty-three tears ami my morning and evening obla ion of praise and thanksciving shall continue to ascend to that Cod who has atllicted but to make me winde. El'iuxTic Fits Of twenty seven years and six months, cured by the use cf this Truly Wonderful Medicine. . 1 Read the following remarkable case of then vi Win. Sccore. Es;., of Philadelphia, atllicted- with Epih ptic Fits twenty seven years and six months. After traveling through England, Scotland, Ger many, and France, consulting the most eminent physicians, and expending for medicine, medical treatmeut and advice three thousand dollars, re turned w ith his son lo this country, iu Nevemler 'ast, without receiving any belieht whatever, and v as cured by usiny 11 ai.ts Vlgetacla. Extuact. Win. Secoie's Letter to Dr. Hart: I have spent over three thousand dollars for m d ic'tic &nl medical attendance. 1 was advised to lake atour to Europe with him, which 1 did. 1 first vis. :lul England. I consulted the nio.-t eminent physi cians the re in respect to hi cave; they examined him and presciiiied accordingly. 1 remained thtie thron months without perceivingany changjfor the better, w hich cost ine ubout two hundred and fifty dollars, pocketed by the physirinn, and the most that I receiv ed was their opinion that my son's ca?e was hostess und Positively Imt rauek. 1 accordingly left En L'!anJ, traveled through Scotland, luiTiiany atid France, and returned home in t ie month of Novem lcr last, w ith my son as far from being euren! as when I left. 1 saw your advertisement in one ol the New Vork pape rs, and concluded to try Hart's Vegetable Extract, seeing your taten cnts and certificates of so many cures, some of twenty and thirty years stand ing, and 1 can assure you 1 urn not sorry 1 did so, us by the use of Hart's egetable Extract alone, he was restoiedto Periect Health. His reason, which wan solar gone as to unlit him for bu-iness, is entirely r. -stoied, with the prospect now before him ot lite, health and usefulness. He i.s how 'J8 years of age. and 27 years ü months of this tin-.e has been nlliicu-.i with this most dreadful ol diseases, but, thank Cod, is now enjoying gooel her.Ph. Now, sir, faith without work 1 don't lclie in. To say I shall be ever grateful to yoti is one thing and as 1 here enclose you one hundred dedlars.l have", no doubt but you w ill think this another and quite a dideretit thing The debt of gratitude 1 still own ycu, but please; accept thia r.iuouut as interest en the debt in advance. Yours, vciy respeci'ullv, (Signed) WILLIAM SECOUE. A not ft r remarkable Cure performed by the use vf Hurl's Vtgtlable Extract. Doctor Hart: It Is with no small degree of gratifi cation that I am enabled to announce to you the com ple tc restoration to health of my daughter, by the use of your Vegetable Extract. At the age of six years, her ae at present is sixte-en) she w as first attacked with this dreadful malady called Epileptic 1 'its; and until she commenced taking the Extract, she suffered with attacks ol tits, almost incessantly, and so se verely as to threaten to drive reason from its throne, an I render her insane Idiotic. Physicians pronounced her incurable, and eauld do nothing more for he r. - We hod almost despaired ol a cure, when hearing of the remarkable cure s erformed by the Vegetable Extract, we determined to give it a tri il. The result has exceeded our most sanguine ex pectation, ns by its use sho is free from a most dread ful malady, and restored to Pekfi-tt Health. Should any one feel desirous of see ing her, and ot ascertaining the particulars of the ca, such wish may be gratified by calling on or addrcsMng a leite r to ine, past-paid, at my residence, two miles from tho village ol Yonke rs, W estchester. New York- O. C. DEN SLOW, Yonkers N. Y. Teething. Worm, Costiveness, &,c, will produce ihis disorder. In all such cases the Vegetable Extract is theonly medicine which can he relied on with unv degree ot tafety. Mothers w ho have small children should remember this. Many a Child, the past vcar. w ho has suffered w ith this complaint, und has been given over by physicians to die, has been restored by the use of but one' bottle ol llart's.Vegetable Extract. The child of William 'Anderson,' North Fourth street, Williamsburgh, ageel 20 months, had fits con stantly for eight weeks. . A consultation of physi cians was called, whe decided that the rrse was n houe less one, and the child must die. Whilst ibo child was in thi dangerous state Mr. Anderson call ed ot my ollice and obtained a bottle of the Extract, administered it to the child, and the result was a per pect rstoration of health. , . . 1 he son of Mr. Robert McGee, corner of Sullivan and Prince streets. New York, was severely afilicted with tits. In this case also ih.- physicians he Id a con sultatioii and cVciiicd that they could do no more and that nature must effect its own cure, or the bov must die. - The Vegetable Extract was administered to him whilst in a til, by eine of the attending physi cians. ItstlTects were almost instantaneous. The tits was broken, nnd the hoy restored to health. Mr. McGe-e says, "I hall neveragnin be without the med icne in my house, it I can avoid it, for fear that soma of the rest of my children may be attacked in the tame way. I consider the medicine-invaluable. We would refer to the following persons, w ho havii lieen cured by using Hart's V egetable Extract. VV. Bennett, nine years, 171 Grand st. J. Ellsworth, seven years, 13 Dover Joseph McDougal, nine years. East Brooklyn L.l. The Time Is Not Far Distant, Whe n thousands who are now trembling under the hand of this dread lul eiiK 3se. and fearing that every attack may prove I?.:?.. wlI rind permanent relief and be restored to new--life, by using this celebrated medicine. O vi u 0:;t ThocsaxdCertificatts, Have been re- -eiv.-d, in testimony ot the beneficial results produced by the ue of Ut. Hart's Vege-table Extract Fir piied by S. Hart, M. !., New York. i'iice One package, 3 00 ?u,r " 10 00 Liiiht 20 00 It is cnretully packed up in boxes for transporta tun and sent to any part of the United States Texas M ex co and West Indies. THOM AS & MILES, ' ' 117 Main et, bet ween 3d and 4th, Cincinnati O n xrrUuUV113 oftlhe.United Slatc G.VDCHAHUN, Agent Louisville Ky. tf? CI y C. liELb, Kvarmin- Inditni lA :