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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, $S packages of their Fall and Wintei stock. Wo invite the Trade to cab and examine our assortment; f most of these (joods are now much in re quest. It is the intention of the liirm to purchase an unusual Large Stock this ssason, and to sell at a small advance on Eastern prices. The head of the house will attend the Eastern package. Auction sales during the entire season, and spare no pains in collecting one of the largest end most desirable Stocks ever offered iu our city. We could sav to the Trade generally, and parti cularly to .Merchants of the Wabash Valley that you ca buy good in Evansville this i all on as good terms as anywhere else in the West. aug 30. Wholesale dealer in dry goods, Boots, shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Cutlery, Leather, &c.y Sec. OCJ WATER STREET. TXXIXLD E V A NS V ILLE, IND. DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. - m a w. . i L . J J f t I . a m ri v country .uercnants i taue mis meinoui receipt ot one of the largest and best assorted stock which I enumerate Ticks, Dentins, Drills, fctripes, Janes, l lantation Stulls, Usnaburgs, Wickings, ad dinars. Ratlines. Cotton Yarns. Vc. My assortment of brown and bleached Cottons is, mountains. comorUintr all the moet desirable itytea Cottons are mostly from the Lowell and Waltham Factories, and areeecidedly superior to any other goods eiiner lorei"n or aomestkl, ouereti in mis market favorable to buyers than at any other house in this may IG NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. MI-ENEW BRICK STOHE NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BANK (Formerly occupied by ""PHE subscriber hia opened within the last lew days, a. an extensive anu spienuiu assortment oi : Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Hats, Bonnets, Boots and Shoes, . and Fancy Hardware. Which ha vine been Purchased at the late larire Vert motor u Auction Sale, he flatters himself he can sell much less than the uüiimI ptice lie is determined to w ell withpurrhaserä w ho are visiting the City, as with those who are residing in town, and would inspect fully request the attention ol all to h)s stock, which he olfers at wholesale and retail upon terms which he thinks will not tail to give enure satisfaction. Cincinnati Clothing Store, Nett door to C. Dell, Druggist, 1 MAIS S T E VASS V1LLE IA.& All of which are made and trimmed in the best man ner under their direction expresly for this market, and consists of every article requisite to coir pie te gentleiuen's wardrobe-.-. COATS. Superior Rlack and Rlue French and English Clot! Press, rroek and Sack Coals, full trimmed Cass imeret, brown, Orcen and dray, and all col rs ol Tweed Dress, Sack and Frock Coats. RJack Summer Cloth, Lustre and Croton Cloth Pre-, brock and Sack, Drown Lioen and Linen Asbeck c;jd Gingham Coats. Every variety of Coats waica aijii uounuaoouts. PANTALOONS. bupenor Ulack and lilue Cloth and Cassimere runts, fancy trench Cassimere do. Black Lustre, grown Unvu. Linen Check, Tweed and Corduroy 4 ums, ui eery variety ana price to suit customer?.! VESTS. JH'k !?. pjftjn and Fancy Silk and Velve whit .Marseilles and Marsx-Hea of all colors, and -Luids ot common vests and prices FlIIlNLSHINt; GOODS. All the late styles of plain yfii and lancy 4Ik and satin Cra-"!.,ff(i vats. SearU andstks! u-hiiet vl ' i!k and all colors l'ocket Handkerchiefs: linen and I I.. . ..... i 1 i i ... viiiuijimiiniiii!, .uuMiii ouu runnei uo.; flan nel and Net under hhirts and Draws; Shirt Col lars; Fashionable I'm. aver, kid, thread and cotton lioves; embroidered ami plain gum suspenders; silk, I tinghim and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hats; Cans;i rjots, Short; walking canes, See. i All tin above articles and everything else in the' furnishing line will be Fold ot Cincinnati prices for LASH. We shall continue to receive fresh supplies weeklv whjiiii in. i ii uui .laiiuiaciory in hinein pati. iP4-ttl AHLKRINü Jt BKfJMML'U. Western Clothing Store, Scxt door to G. Vciiiicman'a Hope Store. Water Street, Mvansville, la. 1 Y UltlTIfllTJEIl & CO. HA lut,t "-eived from tneir Manufactory in Cincinnati, ',a large a.ortment of readn M de fashionable clolhins. suitable for all sea sons of 111! J.'lflVI r .... WVT -1 .. JUsl received from their Manufactory it j. vm iiin.iii, me latest "New York style of SPRING & SUMMER ijmi xis. the year, all ol which are made and trimmed in thej the citizens of Evansville and and adjoining best nianncr under their direction, expressly for tbisJ towns to his complete assortment of Drugs, Medicines, market, and consists of every article requisite com-! Chemicals, Oils, Dyfstutfr, &C, iiC, ic. All of plete gentlemen's wardrobes superior Black and 'hich are carefully selected and received fresh from iilu r rench and English cloth dresses, irock and the Eastern Markets. Physicians and merchants tack coau, full trimmed. Blue aud blach Satnet niay depend upon their orders being promptly attend trock and sack coats, Cashtneret, Brown, greenj d to and the genuine article always delivered, on gray and black, and all collors of tweed, sack, frock; terms wholesale and retail as favorable as the same and dreas coats, every variety of coats, coatees and quantity and quality can be purchased at any Place. roundabouts, superior black and blue cloths and cas- A lull assortment of Botanic Medicines, Roots, kimere pants, fancy French caa-imcre do.. Blue and Barks, Herbs, Extracts, Powders, fee, prepared and black and gray and striped satinet nants and cordu- ut up by the Shakers, roy pants of all colors and prices. L'a:k satin, plaini Hallock'a spperior cold drawn No. 1 Castor Oil, aud fancy silkt velvet cassimere, and satinet vests,' manufactured at Mt. Carmel, Illinois, and all colors and kinds of common vests at vartous' . A large assortment of Pattent and Family Medi price. eines, Lsences, Hair Oil's, Perfumery, Soaps, and All the late styles ol plain and fancy silk and satin Cravats. Scarts and stocks; white silk and all colors, Pock;t Hand kerchiefs: Linen and Linen bosom shirts Muslin and Fhqr.fcl do; Flannel and Net undershirts' and Ürawi: Shirt Coll&ra: lleaver. kid. thread and cotton (ilovesvembroiJered and plain gum suspen-! Jers; silk, gingham and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hats Cans: Boots: hocs: walking canes. Alc. I Alltheabje articles and everything eJo in the Iurni.-hin2 Ijne will besold at Cinwiaoti prices for CASH. W e shall aontinuA ta rocxlva fra.xl. aunnlies week y during th? season from our Slanufactory in Cincin nati. au,j 1. B RUMMER, &. CO CITV CLOTIN(i STOUE, s. kühn, No. 2, JtjA street, E cans till Id.9 TTT1 ff.tr tujit o.ittantl Ar la erro nl van eral assortment of dress, frock and sack Coats suitable for all seasons; Cloth and. Cammer pants.j I rti'v I 'mi innre- lirown leinen. I men chtuksF weed and Corduroy Pant$ of every yriety and price to, suit customers: piain ami lancy rnit ou eivei, Vests, Marseilles of all colors, and all kinds of coru-j mon Vests; tine and common Cravats and Scarfs;1 Pocket Ilandcrchiefs; Linen and Inen bosom Shirts;) common do; Flannel do and draws; Hats; Caps; Boots; Shoes, Slc., &.c. I .My Irienus and the public are respecttuiiy invited, give me a call. je 22 dy. i to ' . TI$UXKS.Iyeatber Trunk oj good quality and low prices; also Cari as: pet Basra ot every variety lor saieat in, it...:-....: ru.c:.. Cincinnati Clothing Store MOV 4 tf. A 11 LK KING t BRUMMER. IRO.V. LARGE and general assortnvntof ajl sites o' J. Common Car, Flat, Round and Square, Broad and Narrow Uand, Axe aud Hoe liar, rlow liar. Plow Moulds and slabs, Nail and small Rod., to gether with all sizes usually called for in the aboyj line. For sale by A. LAUUIILIN, ap 23 Water st. just ki:ci;iyi:d, KEGS Pure white Lead; 10 bbls Linseed Oil: 50 5 do Turpentine; 25 boxes -10 Window Glass, For Mle low by A. LA UGH LIN, may Water street. SOOR ABOVE XfcXAXXT STREET lniorm .uerinants visiting mis City hat 1 am in of uooda ever brought to this City. Among 1 believe, the most complete west of the Alleghany selected from the best manufactories. M bit-ached ua assurance mat my terms and prices are more city. cry ren-pectfully, OLIVER LADD. Johnson f- Crane.) and is constantly receiving direct iy Irom New York exert himself to make his establishment nonularat ap 151 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. CRAWFORD BELL. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, MAIS STJ.'EET, E r.KVS V1LL IXD1ASA. Tl ASnow In store and daiiy receiving his Spring JL-l sui ply ot Urug JltdiciHti, J ai nit, Uus,IJ Staffs, Sur. SooJ, I'crfumery, Window (Hann, Olutttrare, Varnish, Painlund I arnish Brushes, d-c. My stock is one of the largcM and most com plete ever before offered in this market, comprising almost every article in my line, selected by uiyselt with (treat care in regard to the best qualities, and parchacd directly from first hands and on the best term?, by w hich means 1 am enabled to sell at as low a rate as any other House in this part of the country Dealersarerespestfully requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere, and those who cannot do so, by sending their orders a hall have them attended to as promptly and at rates as low as if here in person. My stock consists, in part, of the following. 500 oz Sulp Quinine; 150 lbs Chrome Yellow tb oz Iodine; ) 1U0 oz Hy'd Potasso, 5 50 oz IVperine; 2U0 oz Lit Bark Previp't;' 'JjO lbs Limn Aloes; ? 350 do AftsafcliJo; ( 250 do l'ulv Khuhnrb; &0 do do Jalapo; ) 15 Mils Sulphur; S 5 do Driinslone; 300 lbs Sol t Indigo; 1200 do ne Madder; ( 200 do Nutmegs; ( 300 do CI ves; 10 bbls Tanners' Oil; 5 do LinsMttl do; 5 do pure Castor Oil 10 do Spirits 1 urpen i tine; C 5 do Copal Varnish 5 do Alcohol; 10 do Copperas: ) 5 do Alum; ) zuu boxes bottles and Vials; ( 100 do Window Class I 5 Carboys Oil Vitriol S t d ilrici-.Mu 100 mats Cinnamon; 2U) lbs Calomel; 500 da Cream Tartar; riatic Acie; '1500 lbsSalaeratus; do Ked Lead; ( 3i do litharge; 10 bbhtfp. V luting; 10 do do Lrown: ( 10 box James' River 10 do V. Ked: Tobacco: 150 lbs Chrome (Irren; 100 do Paris Urnen: S 150 kegs WlJte Lead KrGinseng, Flaisttd. Feathers, and BretiruX tü ken at the highest market price in exchange for ft goods son. or in payment o debt uue tne. N. li. All persons indebted to the tirm of W. Sc C Hell will please settle up as soon as possible, either I by note or otherwise, as the firm has been dissolved Sllice UK) XJUOl .YUgual inst. jan2y,'4S-tf. CRAWFORD BELL. I)UL(iS AM) Mi:UlCIMlS. fFharmacntist, would call the attention ol lancy articles Cologne, Bay and Rot Water, all of the best quahtu-s Jn-idlitze andboda Powders, care tully put up and of full weight. Copal Varnish at $3 00, $2 25, and SI 75 per gal on. Superior Pale French Brandy, P. rf. Goddard Si. Co's uraud, warranted pure, tor medical purposes ouly. Hallock's Worm Candy, a safe and pleasant med icine to destroy worms iu children and impro e their their general health; ijallock's Cough Candy composed of I lore hound Bonese. XC. tor ail kllld.i otcaugh ALSO ON SALI? At the proprietors price; Dr. Wood's Sarsaparjlla aud Wild Cherry Bitters Sa advertisement. , Ur. Upham's Vegitable Pile Electuary See adver tisement Wilder' Sugar Coated Vej, Anti-Feycr Pills See advertisement. Dr. V anZand t's Health Restorative Ves.Pilbj See auvertisemeut. Dr. Folder's Olosaonion, or all Healing Balsom 4?ee ueiuwmcni. Dr. Peter's Vegetable Pills, Worm and Cough Loz nges. Dr, hß Vu.y'd Uiiiversal Vegetable Pills, composed ot tsirsajmrilla and Wdd Cherry. Dr. Porter's Poor man's Curative Sucar Coated i iws, si luwnts p-r ux. Dr. Porter's Povf .Mail's Sjrengthninj Tlaster, a iv wins p pit-j-e. Barnes' Toott Ache Drops, warranted to cure in at casci. uyersiri senume lnamrnt.arju uottorBeach'i r.m;ii;n a iiin v a im Dr. (rave's Anti-Fever and Fever and Ague Pills " " Cholera Intautum and Bowel com plaint Pill. a - t t. t. r.i t j i 1 " ir.urayc uui l.iutj..iui , iu yuri;s,?cai(js Sttei y, KUtumaüc rciw, x.f warranted to give in taut relict in all cae. Nerve and bone Linament, hihlj celebrated forits cvrative powers Att New Drug Sore; Main street opposite Be mcnt ult a. iy iu tl F. F. TAG A J , txit aninon 1 WOULD Jthat he no1 fk.erp a fin rjFanhionable Hoot nniJ.Ubqe.VJiker. inform hislriendsand the pub'ic Tfl ow hue, and intend to constantly r Li. inelot of l'hdadf;hLa Calf-tkn. or tine work. ork ol every description dona with J thfutmost nrsttieo anl despatch, t'n .Main street opposite, the Bank ap 2 dly. V II I "J f tt If M tit Itf k -M i.wlT. Z w ft 5 a 11 DüDDHltnTTffnfLKnils:n Dr. Townsend's Componnd Extract SAKMAFAHILLA. This Extract is put up in quart bottles it is six times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior to anvsold. It cures diseases without vomiting, pur ging, sickening or debilitating the patient, and is particularly adapted lor a The crrcat beautv andouDeiioritv of this Sarsana rilla overall other remedies is. while it eradicates dis ease.it vigorates the body. Consumption cured Cleanse and strengthen Cunsuniption can be cured Bronchitis, consumption, liver complaint colds, cou2hs,ca'arrh, asthma, eniltini! ot blood. sore' ness in the chest, hectic flush, nisrht sweats, diHicuh or prouse expectoration and pain in the side. &.C. have and can be cured. Probably there never was a remedy that has been so success! ul in desperate cae oiC4nsumptionastnis it cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to heal the ulcers on the lungs, and the patients grad ually regains their usual health and strength. ccriocs case or cox sum mos. There is scarcely a day passes but there area num bcr of eases of Consumption reported as cured by the use ol Dr. 1 ownsend s iarsnpanUa. l he lollowin was recently received. Dr. Towjcsend Dear Sir: For the last three years 1 have been arnicted with general debility, and ner vous consumption ot the lat stage, and did not ex fret to ever gain my health at all. After going rtough a course of medicine under the care of some ot the most distinguished regular physicians and members of the Board oi Health in New York and elsewhere, an 1 spending the most of my earnings in attempting to regain my health, and a tier reading in some paper ot ruur carsapanlia l resolved to try it After using six bottles 1 lound it done me great good and called to ee you at your office, with your ad vice I kept on, and do moot heartily thank you for your advice. 1 persevere in taking the Sarsaparilla, and have been able to attend to my usual labors for the last three months, and 1 hope by the blessing ot Viod and yourbarsaparilla tt continue my health. .-. helped me beyond theexpectations of all that knew my case. CHARLES QU1.MBY Orange, Essex Co.N. J., Aug. 2, 1S47 State of New Jersey. Essex County, ss. Charit uuimby being sworn according to law, on his oat saith, that the foregoing statement is true according to the best oi his knowledge and bellet. CHARLES UUIMBY. Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, the 2d Aug. 1S47. CYKLS BALDWIN, J ustice of the Peace. SPITTING BLOOD. Read the following and say that consumption is incurable if you can. New York. April 25 1847. Mr. Tow.nsewo: I varily believe that your Sarsap arilla has been the means, through Providence, ol saving my life. 1 have for several years hud a bad cough. It became worse and worse. At last I rais ed large quantities ot blood, had night sweats, and was erately 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 on me. 1 am now able to w alk all over the city. I raise no blood, and my cough has left me. You can well imagine that 1 am thankful for these results. Your obedient servant, Wn. ('rssEM., C3 Catharine st. LOT HERPEFXH. The annexed certificate tells a timple a id truthful story of suffering and relief. There are thousands ol similar cases in this city and Brooklyn, and yet thereare thousands of parents who let their children die lor fear of being humbugod orto save a fcw t-hill-ngs. Brooklyn, Sept 13, 1847. Dr. Tow.nsexd: I take pleasure in slating, for :he benefit of those whom it may concern, that my daughter, two years and six months old, was afflic ted with general debility and loss of speech. She was given up as past recovery by our family physi cian; but fortunately I was recommended by a triend to try your Sarsaparilla. Before having used one bottle the recovered her speech and was enabled to walk alone, o the astonishment of all who were ac quainted with the circumstance. She is now quite weiland lit much belter health than she has been lot ISmomhs pat. JOSEPH TAYLOK, York st. Brooklyn. TWO CHILDREN SAVED. Very few families indeed intact we have not hcad of one that used Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla in tinf lost any cnuuren tue past summer, wmie thiMj ihn: tf'd not sickened and died. The certificate wepublish oelov is conclusive evidence of its value and is only anothi." instance of its saving the lives o children: .... Da Towv!F-n ütar 0ir: 1 had two children cur- A hv vmir Sjirsnnn nils ol .he summer complaint and dysentery; one was only 13 i.nths old and the oth re 3 vpars. I hev were verv muc u imuiru. ouu rew expected they would die; they wC.'ejiven up by two respectable physicians. hen the ponor nuormeu is that we must lose them: we resolveJ M try your Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but hId little confidence; there being so much stuff advertitCu that is worthless; but we are very thankful that we o.o, lor it, unnoubtedly saved the lives ot both I write ' mis mat others may ne induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, JOHN WHjSON, Jr. Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 15, 1317. LUNATIC ASYIX'M. James Cummins. Esq. one of the Assistants in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Inland, is the gen tleman poken of in the following letter: K11L.U.V1A1 ISM. This is only one ot more than ii ur thousand cases of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend'a Sarsaparilla has cured The most severe and chronic co.es arc weekly eradicated py Its extraordinary virtues: liLACKUEU s Island, 5?ept. 14, 1847. Dr. To w.xsEND: 1 have suffered terribly for nine ears with the rheumatism; considerable of the time could not eat, sleep or work; I had the most dis tressing pains, and my Jimc were terribly swollen. I have used four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and they have done me more than one thousand dollars worth of good I arr. so much better, ludeed, J am entire ly relieved. You are at Ijberty to use this for I he ben efit of the afflicted. i ours, respectfully, . JAM ES C U M M ING S. X)ULD NOT WALK. That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is tho very best remedy for female complaints there is no disputing thousands and thousands of weak and debilitated em ales that were prostrated by thooe diseases to which females are subject were soon in the enjoy ment of robust health. New YoRK,Sep 25, 1847. Dr. Towxsfn'D: My wife has for the lam year been very sick, and in a greatly reduced stale of health be ing reduced by a variety of complaints such as fe males are liable to; she got so bad at length that she was entirely unable to walk, and was as helpless ac a child, she commenced using your Sarsaparilla, and she immediately began to regain her strength, het complaints left her, and after taking several bottles she is reswrßd. Being a sjngular case I have thought itmight do good to publish it. She used a number ot remedies that done her no good previously. Yours, respectfully, JOHN MULLEN, 87Narfolkst. T TUM LA IM US GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. Dr. Tow.xsexd's Sarsaparille is a sovereign and soeedv rure tor incipient consumption, and tor the general prostration of the system iui matter whether the result of inherent cause or causes, produced by ir regularity, illnessor accident. Nothing caq be more surprising than its invigora ting thci4 on th human trame. Persons all weak ness and lassitude. Uow taking it a cnxe become ro bust and full of energy undfr iu influence. It imme diately counteracts the nerrelessness of the female Ira . ne, whi.-h js thp great cause of barrenness. It will not be expected of us, in cases of so delicate a mature, toexhib-it certificates ot cures performed, but we can assure ihe afflicted that hundreds of case have leen reported tous. Dr. Towkse.no: My wife being greatly distressed by weakness and jneral debility, and suffering con '' mm iiffiaKry 'jmJ tinually by pain and with other difficulties, and hav ing known cases where your medicine has effected great cures; and also hearing it recommenueu lor eucu cases as 1 have described. lobtained a bottle of your Extract of barsaparilla and todowed the directions vmi imv me. in a snort Derioa it removeu ner com plaints and restored her to health. Being grateful for the benefits she received, i take pleasure in tnus ac knowledging it, and recommending it to the public 31. D. 3Uut(r, cor. oi urana ana xyaius 6is. Albany, Aug. 17, 4 TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly prepared in referenoce to female complaints. No fe male who has reason to suppose she is approacmng that critical period, "the turn of life." should neglect a.. to take it, as it is a certain preventive lor any ot the numerous and horrible diseases to which females art sulqect at this time of life. This period may be de- laved tor several years by using thisemedicine. loi 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. Indeed this medecine is invaluable tor all the diseases to which women are subject. It braces the wholesysiem, renews permanently tne natural energies by removing the impurities ol the ttodv not so far all inula tin? the evstem as to ro ll uce a subsequent relaxation, winch ts the cae ol most medicines taken for female weakness and dis case. nlSEASE OF THEHEART, RUPTURE AND DROPSY New York. July, 22, 1846. Dr.Towjisesd Dear Sir : My wile has been i Aided with a terrible rapture for over filtecn yea the greater pait of the time. She has been trouble with hortness of breath &. great fluttering ot the heat which has been very distressing, and has lrequently been uuable to leave her bed. T he rupture was very large and severe. She tried almostevery remedy for such cases with but little benefit. ben she had tu ken but three bottles of your excellent medicineshe was entirely relieved of the disease ot theheart, and the rupture has almost entirely disappeared She has also had the dropsy, and was very much swollen. e bad no idea that site could be so bene filed, as she had such a complication of disease But it has, as strange as it may appear, relieved her of the dropsy. 1 am aware that this statement is so strange as to appear almost like fiction, but it sober reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a valu able medicine, and should be used by every one tbn s suffering as we have been. If any dii-U-lieve ihi account, thev are at liberty tt call at n.v hoiite am! have ocular demonstration. Your. r !iftfully, WILLIAM TOWSi;:;, 1 James st DYSPEPSIA. No fluid or medicine has ever been discovered which so nearly rewmblcs the gastric juice or saliva in decomposing food and lrengthening the organs ol digestion as this preparation ol Nircapariiln. It s ltively cures every case ol dyspepiia, however tcver or chronic. Hank Deiartmext, Alraxv, May 10, 1845, Dr. Tow.xsexd Sir : I have been afflicted forsev eral years with dyspepsia in its worst form, attended with sourness ol stomach. loss ot appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great aversion to all kinds ot lood and for weeks (what 1 could eat) 1 have been unable to retain but a small portion on my stomach. 1 tried the usual remedies, but thev had little or no effect in removing the complaint. I was induced, about two months since, to try your extract of Sarsaparilla, and lmustsay with little confidence: but after using nearly two bottles, l lound my appetite restored and the heartburn entirely removed; and 1 would earnest Iy recommend the use of it to thone w ho have been afflicted as I have been, Yours, & c. W. W. VAN ZANDT. im. 1. rurchase none but such as have wrnpers that hide the bottle completely, and have the written signature olS. r. JImVN SEND. Principal office, lCtKulton-st,Sun Building N. Y Uedding &. Co, 8 iMate-st, liuMon; Dyott & hons 132 Nonh-Secotid-t, Philadelphia; S.S. Ilance.drug gist, Baltimore; Dtirol & Co Richmond; P. M. Co hen. Charleston; Wright &i Co, 151 Chartres-st, N O.; 105 South Pearl-st, Albany; R. Van Buskirk,5y2 corner ot .Market and Broad sts, Newurk, N. J., and by principal DrufrnUts and Merchants cenerallv thn out the Untied states, West Indies, and the Can ad as For Sale by ALLEN C. IIALLOCK. Druggist Main. St, Evansville, lud Who is appointed by the proptietor. Wholesale Agent, with authority to sell at Manufacturer's prices. For Sale also by RICHARD B. 1IALLOCK. Druggist Piinceton, lud. march 18-dVw ly A SOVEREIGN remedy for Ague and Fever. XI 1 his great Kemedy: to which the public atten tion is particularly called, has been extensively used in the western ana south western states as a speedy safe and certain cure for ague and fever, dumb ague. Chill or intermittent Fever. The unexampled and complete success attending its use; and so well proven have become its wide spread victories over every form of ague in the west that the 'Ffejnifuge' is now eujierseding every otlirr ottered re mediuj agent, and looked upon as the only one thai can be re.'ied upon in all stages of the disease. JQrForsaJ by Hoadley, Phelps cc Co. wholesale asentsNew 1'c-rk, and by Brinkerhoff &. Pen ton, Chicago, 111; Ewa.tls &, rrancis,St. Iuis,Mo, and by Druists generali' throughout th United States, For safe by Vm. Si. WOOLSEY, agent for Ev ansville. Ind. Winincs Sc. Deusouchet, Mt. Vernon. . N.ti. Nettleton, New Harmony. W.J. Whiting, Cynthiana. jy 12-6m. Mackenzie's Compound Liver Pills These Truly Celebrated Pills, NOW properly esteemed in all neighborhood's where they haveU-en used, will have the most salutary effect on the diseased Liver, and will most effectually cure the jaundice, and also thoroughly re move the headache from thope who are thus atiected. They act specifically on the Liver and Vi sere, re move all congestive action, aod morbid secretions, purifying the blood, causing a free and liealthy dis charge ol bjle, strengthning the system, and assisting digestion. CS. Mackenzie & Co., Cleveland Ohio, Proprie tors. For sale b' VM. M. WOOLSEY. Evansville, and other agents throughout the country. Winnies Sc Deusouchet, Mt Vernon. N. 0. Nettleton, Kfiw Ilarrnopy. W.J. Whiting. Cyn tjana jy 12-m UK. H, , 1'ITCIKS co sun ixi ox it E.f 1 3:: i r.s. (? THE subscriber has just y agency for this Cjiy vnd w country, with a supply ot his ,'irt jved the burrounding Abdominal Supportcr; KiiouMer Braces; Inhalein' Tubes; AI) his book of six lectures on the uses of the Lungs causes, prevention and cure of Pulmonary Consump tion. diseases of the heart, and the true mode of pre serving heath and prolonging life. ALLEN ClIALLOCK, Drug'st je '21 Main st. near Water. 75 CENTS A SAFE and warranted cure tor Chills and Fever in all its complicated forms. Dr. Champion's Vegetable Ague Medicjne. foflebyC. BELL, and WM. M. WOOLSEY. aU Dr Champion's Vegetable Anti Bilious, Anti-Dyspeptic Purifying and Cathartic Pills. jy 21-3 ni d. 100 ' arrets Kenhawa Salt for sale hv rdec21-tf JOHNSJJA N'KMN. Hurts Vegetable. Extract, theon'.y remedy that can be relied on for the per ancnt cure ol Spinal Complaints, Spasmodic actions. Irritation of the Nerves. Nervous or Sick Headache, Nervous Tremors, Neuralgic Affec- i i i : . - i r.i.:iT. i.C nous, Apifjiexy, i araiysis, vienerai ucuuiiy, i-'eu ciency of Nervous and Physical Energy, and all Ner vous Disorders, including the most dreailtul ot all l loicoo tliat iit'Äf ttftMt t hfl hiimnn r tr . a. A. UTV k7 (1 Vltl UtlVV 1 tl U I1IUI t Epilepsy, or Falling Sickness, Hysterical Fits, Convulsions, Spasms, etc. Phis disease consists in a sudden deprivation of thai senses, accompanied with a violent convulsive mo- lion ot tne wtiol body, it attacks ov nts, ana auer a certain duration goes off, generally leaving the sut' terer in a stupor, attended with great weakness anu exhaustion ot the body. Doctor Hart would impress it upon the minds ol the afflicted, that the Vegetable Extract is ih only remedy ever discovered that can I relied on for the permanent cure of this most dreadful of all diseases. As its tendency is to insanity, madness and clealn, the most Skillful Physicians of Europe, as well as those of our own country, have pronounced Epilepsy incurable. And it has been so considered by inanyr 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 Cukes upon record , and has acquired & reputation which time alone can" ctice. 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 ttuly valuable medicine to their patients. charge, and friend, w ho are thus afflicted, as the only rem edy. We QrcTC the Language used by those who have been cured by this valuable medicine. One says, 1 have suffered beyond my power of description, but now I rejoice in being fully restored to health and happiness." Another says, "I thank CJod 1 feel that 1 am a well man. I also feel it my duty to proclaim it to the ends of the earth, that thoe similarly afflict ed may find relief. Another, (who is an Eminent Lawyer, and well known in tkis city.) says, "My son has been afflicted for years with Epilepsy, but is now enjoying gotnl health from lheegelable Ex tract, lis lame," ni ys he, "should and ought to be founded to the emlsofthe earth1 Another says, "Language is entirely inadequate toespres my grat itude to Dr. Hart, for baingbeen the means, under, the blessing of God, ot restoring me to the enjoyment of good health, after having been afflicted with Ep ilepy in its worst forms for more than twenty-three years and my morning and evening oblation of praise and thaiikivingt-hallcontinuetoai-cend to that God w ho has articled but to make me w hole.1 EriLEcTK -Fits Of twenty tcven years and six months, cured by the us tf this Truly Wonderful Medicine. Rend the following remarkable ense of theajn ot Wm. Store, Esq., ol Philadelphia, afflicted with Epihpiic Kits twenty seven ytars and hx months. After traveling through England, Scotland, Uer many, and France, consulting the most eminent phyticiaiH, and expending for medicine, medical treatment and advice three thousand dollars, re turned with bis son to this country, in Neveuiber 'a.t, wiilwnit receiving any hcnthl whatever, and vascured by uiug Hakt's Vegetable Extract. Win. Secore Letter to Dr. Hurt: I have sent over three thousand do! Inn for med icine and medical attendance. 1 w aadvi.ed to take a tour to Europe w ilh hiui, which 1 did. 1 iirt-t vis ited Englund. 1 cousulted the most eminent phyi eians there in respect to biscuit; they examined him and prescrilHtl accordingly. I remained there three months without perceivingany chang; for the letter, which cost tue about two hundred and fifty dollars; pocketed by the ph i inn, and the most that 1 receiv ed was tin ir cpinioii that my son's cahe was hopeless and PifetTiviLv 1. vet ra eee. 1 accordingly Kit En gland, traveled through Scotland, Germany and France, and returned home in t ie month of Novem ber last, with my son as far from being cured as when 1 left. I saw your advertisement in one of the New York pa pen?, and concluded to try Hart's Writable Extract, Meing your Muten ents and certificate! of hi many cures. Home of twenty and thirty years stand ing, and lean nureyou 1 am not sorry 1 did so, as by tlie ue of Hart's Vegetable Extract a lope, he was restored to Perfect Health. His reason, which was so far gone at- to until him tor business, is entirely re stoted, w ith the prospect now before him ol lile, health and UM'fuInet. He is how 28 years of age. and 27 years 6 mouths ot this time has been afflicted with this mot-t dreadful ol disea, but, thank Cod, is now enjoying giod health. Now, Mr,'f:iiih without works I don't lielieve in. Toaay 1 thall be ever gtatelul fo you isonethinx and ns 1 here euch you one bundled dollars. 1 have, noduubi but you ül think this another and quite a different thing The debt of gratitude I tili owo you, bat nleue accept this amount as inlcrfrten thu debt in advance. Yours, very refpect'iilly, (SitrneiL WILLIAM SECORE. Atttjthsr rtumrhnhle Cure jerrmtd hy the use ul Hurt's Wgtlable Extract. Doctor Hart: It is with no mall degrte of uratih. cation thai 1 utn cnabUxl to announce to you 1 1 w- com plete restoralim to health of my daughter, by theuoe of your Vegetable Extract. At the age of hx years, 'lu r age at present is tdxteen) fhe was tirM aliacked with this dreaJful malady called Epileptic Fits: and until she commenced taking the Extraci, the suffered with attacks ol tits, almost incessantly, and so verely as to threaten to drive reason from its thione, and render her insane Idiotic. Physicians pronounce-d her incurable, and cauld do nothing more lor her. We had almost despaired of a cure, wlien hearing of the remarkable cures performed by the VcgetaMe Extract, we determined to give it a trial. The result has exceeded our moM sanguine ex pectation, as by its use the is tree from n most dread- lul malady, and restored to Pi rrieT HrAi.Tii. Should any one fit I desirous of Keeing her. and ot ascertaining the particulars ol the cntr, such wish may be gratified by vailing en or addressing a letter to me, past-pai J, at my residence, two miles from the villa-e ot Yonkers, estebester. New York. O. C. DENSH W, Yonkrrs N. Y. Teething. Worm, Costiveiiess, &c, will produce this disorder. In all such cases the egetabb Extrnet is the only medicine w hich can be relit! on w ith any . A. cttw il wntt-l v. Muthrr u ho linvp t,ninll -iil,lr.i should remember this. Mam a Child, the past year, who has sutfere! with this complaint, and has been given over by physicians to die. has been restored by ' the use of but one bottle of Hart's Vegetable Extract. ' The child of William Anderson, North Fourth street. Williambnrgh, ageel 20 months, had fits con stantly for eight weeks. A consultation of rjhvsi- ciaii.'' was called, who decide-! that the case was a hooelcfc-s one, and the child must die. Whilst the child was in this dangerous state Mr. Anderson call ed at my office and obtained a bottle of the Extract. administered it to tne ctnia, ana tne result was a ner- pect rstoration of health. The con of Mr. Robert McGee, corner of Sullivan and Prince streets. New York, waseverely afflicted with fits. In this case also the physicians held a con sultation and decided that they could do no more and that nature must lT. t its own cure, or the bor mutt die. The epctable Extract was administered ' to him whilst in a tt, by one of the attending physi cians, lis elk et were almost instantaneous. The tits waa broken, and the boy restored to health. Air. McGee ays,"l -shall never again be without the med icne in my house-, if I enn avoid it, for fear that some .'It lie rest of my children may be attacked in the same way. 1 conttider the medicine invaluable. We would refer to the lolloping persons, who have been cured by using Hart's Vegetable Extract. W. Rennen, nine years, 171 Grantist. J. Elisworth, seven years, 13 Dover s Joseph McDougal, nine years, East Brooklyn L.1. The Time 15 Not Far Distant, When thousands , Alio are now trembling under the band of this dread- lul disease, and fearing that every attack may prove tatal will tind permanent relief and be restored to new lite, by using this celebrated medicine. Over Ose Tuoisa.ndCertificates. Have heen ceived, in testimony of the beneficial results produced by the use of Dr. llart'a Vegetable Extract. Prepared by s. Hart, .1. D., New York. Price One package, $3 oo " io oo Light OQ QQ It is carefully packed up in boxes for transporta tion and snt to any part of the United States, Texas Mexco and West Indies. THOMAS Jc MILES 147 Main st, between 3d and 4th, Cincinnati ö! r nr-iiVc T?) vAgtnt8 .United States. GaDCIIAFRIN, Agent Louisville Ky. P ?1 y C. CELL, Evansv ille la liana