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WEDNESDAY MORNING ..MABCH 7 CociiDn't Deny it. The Enquirer, after an incubation of several days can see no better way of getting itself out of the dilem ma in which our publication of the letter of Hon. Joseph E. McDonald, written in 1849, placed it, than by frankly acknowledging that it "teas a very foolish one." It says, howe?er,that Mr, McDonald was an earnest advocate of the compromise measures of 1850. This the Enquirer seems to consider a sufficient atonement for the sin of desiring that the Capitol at Washington should be moved to Free soil. By the way, if an adherence to the Com promise measures of 1850 were so praise worthy, what shall we think of the indi vidual whose " ruthless hand'' destroyed them? But we have another query for the En quirer. If Mr. McDonald's letter in 1849 44 was very foolish," what does it think of the following resolutions adopted by the Democratic State Convention of that year ? Are they, too, very foolish f Resolved, That the institution of slavery ought not to be introduced into any Ter ritory, where it does not now exist. Resolved, That inasmuch as New Mexico and California are in fact, and in law, free territories, it is the duty of Congress to pre vent the introduction of slavery within their limits. We hare a few other questions to pro pound to the editors of the Enquirer : Wis not Oliver P. Morton a delegate to the Convention that adopted the above reso lutions ? Was he an Abolitionist then ? If not, is he one now ? Has he ever taken any stronger anti-Slavery ground than is occu pied in these resolutions ? If so, when and where ? Don't give us garbled extracts, as you did in quoting from Henry S. Lane, but give us, at least, a complete paragraph. JCS?One of our exchanges thus speaks of Douglas and his probable strength at Charleston : His strength will, in the Charleston Con vention, hardly be over one hundred on the first ballot, and this number will not be much added to on subsequent ballots. The South having used him as far as desired for its own purposes, is not willing to trust him any more after the exhibition of trickiness he has given them. They will treat him as it is usual to treat a horse that has once run away get rid of him on the best terms pos sible. The same writer also says that the Ad ministration triumph in the Pennsylvania Democratic Convention, though not unex pected, has rather .dampened the ardor of the Douglasites. Missouri is progressing with giant strides. In 1850 she had CI newspapers 5 daily, 4 tri-weekly, 45 weekly, 7 monthly. Now she has 1C3 periodical1! 1G daily, 3 tri weekly, 134 weekly, 4 semi-monthly, 10 monthly, 1 quarterly. Of the papers now published in that State, 60 are Democratic, 27 Opposition, 9 Republican, 39 indepen dent, 6 religions, 27 miscellaneous. In the educational line, in 1850 there were 1782 colleges, public schools, and academies ; now 4,009. Then 2,053 teachers; now 5,033. Then 61,593 scholars; now 159, 941. Tub Pacific Railrgad. We take the fol lowing well-considered nrticle in relation to this mighty enterprise from the American Railway Review : RAILROAD AND TeLKGHAPH BETWEEN THE Atlantic States and California. The bill introduced on the Cth inst., by Senator Wig &J1 of Texas, in the Senate of the United StAtes, " To establish a communication, by railroad and telegraph, between the Atlantic States and California, and for other pur poses, " provides most liberally for the con struction of two railroads and telegraphs through the territories of the United States, by a loan of two millions of dollars for every one hundred miles of railroad, in Treasury notes, or five per cent. United States Gov ernment bonds, and twenty-five millions of acres of the public lands to each company respectively. A railroad communication to the Pacific is one of the great wants of the time, which . must be obtained by government patronage, and cannot be constructed in the Territories, nnless some such act is passed for that pur pose. It must be evident the sooner this is done, the better it will be for the -interests of this country, as well as for other nations, both in Europe ana in Asia. . . In time of war, the Pacific coast is so separated from the Atlantic so remote from the seat of government, and the sour ces of supply, that it would be cut off from . defence against an active maritime eneray, except at an enormous cost, and under heavy disadvantages, amounting in critical cir cumstances to nn abandonment by our gov ernment. ' This bill i3 intended to remedy this evil. The government is protected in this bill in every form that can reasonably be aenianu- ed from parties forming a private enterprise in so vast an undertaking as these two roaa9. The bill restricts the payment of bonds, or the issue of the patents lor the lands, on the completion of the road and telegraph, for fifty miles, ana it imposes me cuusirutuuu . of five hundred miles of railroad and tele graph within six years after the passage of the act. If the two companies, or either of "tbem, fail to proceed with the work and do not complete the lines to the Pacific ocean within twelve years, then their rights and privileges are all forfeited to the Govern ment of the United States, over such-portions of the routes as remain unfinished. The duties to perform by the Company are of such a nature, and to such extent, that it will pay off the whole thirty-five millions of dollars of each Company long before the maturity of the bonds. If, there fore, practically becomes a gift to the Com pany, with the exception of work to be done for the Government ; as the whole pay- .ment for the bonds is to be paid in services to be performed by the Company. The bill protects the Government from the control and monopoly of nn overland railroad com pany, by an association of capitalists, which might give them a dangerous power over the resources and defence of the country, to the possible injury of the public service in times of serious importance, by requiring from the company a priority of rights in uu ing both the road and telegraph for public, purposes, in time of peace, and for national defence in time of war, on terms that in sure promptitude in the service, and securi ty against extortions. The greatest advo cate, for the limitation of federal power" could not ask less, and the most zealous supporter of internal improvements cannot prudently ask for more. ' " The leading features of this bill are that one or more roads may be built between the waters of the Mississippi and the Pacific coast by private capitalists, the Government designating all the termini within a certain rangethe States consenting to the connec tion and routes within State limits, and Con gress granting aid by donations of lands and advances of credit, in consideration of the use of the road for the purposes of Gov ernment. If a road is ever to be built, which is not a huge Government, machine, or one which shall not have the power to ex clude the Government from the more neces sary use of the road for the public services, it must be on a plan into which these ele ments are infused in some . proportions. ' It is a fair subject of discussion . how these proportions are " preserved in the bill, whether the Government gives too much, and whether the road could be - constructed with less. The amount stated in the aggre gate seems to be large ; but it must be re membered that it is to be advanced pro gressively over . a . period of twelve years, and that the repayment Is to commence with the first operations of the first fifty miles, and to be reduced largely and imme diately. , -. . ..- The uses of the road for the Government will be so many, so constant, and so large, that the debt must disappear within a few years, and the Government be still ; largely a gainer, in the reduced prices at which its service will have been performed, and the perpetual privilege for priority at the same rates. The postal service and the military transportations will take off millions very speedily, and in time of war the whole debt would be liquidated in a orief period. The principles contained in this bill seem to be "the only feasible plan on which a railroad bill can be expected to pass Con gress, and it is to be hoped that it may be taken up, candidly debated, and become a law the present session. The comprehen sive topics which this discussion will bring up, the enlarged views of our extended ter ritory, the varied interests and multifarious pursuits and diverse characters of the popu lation of the States which it is sought to bring together, may have the effect of teach ing the uselessness of partizan strngg les for sectional triumph, and give us a road and telegraph for public use, highly benehcial to all classes at home and abroad. The Myriad-Handed Man; or the Mir acles op Enterprise and Mercy. Famili arity, they tell us, is the mother of contempt. Things which we see and handle every day, lose" all distinctive value in our ' eyes. The very air we breathe is an unrecognized blessing, though, if deprived' of it for the twentieth traction ot an hour, the world would cease to live 1 In' like manner we have all of us no matter of what race or country been so long accustomed to see tbe name of Thomas Holloway at tbe head of a medical advertisement that we begin to look upon it as one of the essential compo nents of newspaper, and hardly pause to en quire into tbe true significance of this uni versal fame. Let not our readers faucy that this para graph is a pitfall at -the bottom of which they will find a "puff" for the " Universal Remedies, : with the lame of which Profes sor Holloway is associated; it is no such thing. W e could say much of the Pills and Ointment; but at present our design is merely to call attention to the biography of a man whose achievements will hereafter be regarded tm the surpassing wonder of the nineteenth century 1 here are few varieties of the human race unrepresented in the population of this cos mopolitan city. Coolies from China Ma lays from the Eastern Archipelago Red skins from the vv est -Blnckskins from all parts of Africa Whalemen from Greenland and the regions of the Arctic Pole bronzed half-breeds from Brazil and the other states of South America Borneans, Tasmanians, Arabs, Hindoos, Armenians, iNew Zealand- ers and Kaffirs these,; with the millions from all parts of Euroge. make up the mot ley immigration which our world-embracing commerce 'throws daily on' our chores. Thousands of such, . perhaps, have never heard anyone of the great names which we have been trained to regard with reverence; the name of Washington cannot thrill their sluggish blood; of Napoleon Bonaparte, his conquests and Iii3 fall, they are utterly ignorant. But band them a newspaper and see how rapidly their faces brighten! They recognize it3 friendly promise they rely on its long-tested truth; they . rejoice and are, perhaps, astonished to know that the great physician, whose visit to their own country formed the epoch of a physical regeneration, has likewise been before them on a ; like errand of mercy to the land of their future adoption! They no longer feel that they are strangers; for Holloway, by his genius, hi3 labors, adventures and world-wide trav els, has established a connecting - link be tween all tribes and races of the hnman family. Possessed with a burning zeal to relieve the afflicted, and fearing nothing that man can do, he has made tbe pilgrimage , of the earth and established in eve.rjr spot he visited-not only depots for the sale of his medicines, but like wise journals in the na tive tongue. What a i romance, tould be framed, from the labors, perils and adven tures of such a life! U. S. lf Journal." . .. ltdiw. . , , ... .. . - ' CTbere is some talk nmong tbe people ofTerre Haute of forming a joint stock com pany to buy a steamer, to be run from llut sonville to Attica, making its headquarters at Tcrre Haute. The plan seems to be to land freight at the latter place, there to be shipped East by railroad. 4 i We are informed that the California gold fever has broken out in this city again, and that several of our young men ara consider ing the propriety of forming "a company to go to that distant State. T. H. Jour. new; advertisements. 8M MM J' a TBJUK. J.OOW Just received and now opening, anele gant stock of goods suitable for the Spring Tiade : lcy prints; ; 10 , " denims; , , 15 ' " bleached muslins; 2 " lawns; " challies;'" 10 , " cottonades; ' ' . 4 ' " ' apron checks; 10 bales shirting stripes; i A 30 " -sheeting;- . .o , And a great variety of notions of all kinds, all of which we aro selling below Cincinnati prices, as we are determined to draw the good trade to Evuus villa. Come and examine for yourselves at marS J. fl. MAGHEE .t CO.'S, First St: 7ffUA, Jioxijyr ji.'iiji,mntm:h t? ML Paris. 10j barrels in tine order, just received and for sale by maril S. E. GILBERT It CO. ywnOJSO RML UJVV - MtJTJUMJVii ML Saloon. Ibe undersigned has refitted and renovated tbe BATH HOUK AND BARBER SHOP UNDER" MARBLE HALL, in fine style, and is prepi.red to Shave, Shampoon, Dress Hair, or to furnifth Hot or Cold Baths at aJLhours. . . Tbis is tba only Bath House in lire city, and I am determined to mo conduct it aud the Barber Shop attached that it will become tbe headquarters of all gentlemen wishing to be trimmed np in tbe height of the sty - Give me a call and try my skill. Trms reason able. ' mar3-dtf ISRAEL B. GLENN. MISCELLANEOUS. TT JR. ft O WJ M..THJK JLJiJI T JUS It .TV Store or Thomas Kertb has I removed from Ko. 7 (Fleming's old 8tand, to ... ..Iain St., opposite Washington Hotel, where hake is a lull supply of LEATHER AND FINDINGS.- i. keeps u haud every variety and sells cheap for..ish. Philip Duksneb, Fleming's old salesman, is with me, and will be on hand to wait on our old friends and all the new customers who may call on us. He wil -to justice to all. marfMn T s TIIOMAS KEHTH: K II Ml Mi Is I - U A'Jfi S.- WW 190 kegs assorted sizes, just received and for sale By " CHAS. McJOHNSTON, luarl ,- Point's Block, Main street. THJCT8 OJfJUaJVM M'OH bUtiiJK ! In Vanderburgh County, Indiana, on easy terms the most favorable opportuniry ever offered to the pnblic 5 tracts, of 40 acres each, situate in Knight Township, to-wit.: East of s w qr of section 34, township 6, range 10 wast ; also, north of s e qr, and s e qr of s e qr ef same section. Also, 6 tracts, of 40 acres each, in Perry Township, to-wit.: -The north east qr of section Ko. 14, in township 6, range 11 west, .containing 160 acres; also, s e qr of n e qr of section 21, township 6, range 11; also, n e qr of n w qr of same section, township, and range. - . The above described land can be found within two miles of the corporation of tbe city of Evans ville, and can be purchased at twenty-five dollars per acre, one-third cash, one-third in one, and one third in two years, with interest from date on de ferred payments. A good deed will be given, and a mortgage taken to secure the purchase money. For further particulars enquire of the undersigned, at Mount Vernon, Indiana. feb 23-2wd JOHN M. LOCKWOOD. fW J JPX. Mi IS! JT M Ms Mi 8 !- VM Green and Dried, in quantities ta suit, at mar3 - T. REDMOND'S. ftTVf VjMJTUM,Mi8 f W 40 boxes Cheese- Hamburg :" : - 60 packages Wrapping Twine. Received per steamer Goody Friends, by feb'20 .... - SORKNSONACO. mmoTicK Tit a ho j a it om W W Commissioners will, on tbe first day of tbe next term, to be held at the Court -house in Evans ville, on the first Monday in this month, contract with one or more skillful physicians having a knowl edge of Surgery, to attend to all prisoners confined in the county jail, and panpers in the county asy lum, and also to attend to the poor generally in the county, for a period of one or more years. Propo sals for said professional services will be received, considered, aud disposed of on that day. marl-lwd . WM. H. WALKER. A. V. C. TfffO U 8 Mi W mM V T Ml It . MM. Anypersou having a good house for rent, containing heven or eight rooms, at a moderate price, within five or six squares of the post-office, can find a tenant by addressing M. At. G., Box 701, Post office. marl-2wd M O M M .V V T O H J. C V O . J 14 barrels different grades, just received at So. 87 Main street, opposite Court-house. teb29 JAS. Ii. SPALDING. MJ.ijnejBMMJM , -opjyra Hyson and English Breakfast Tea, for sale cheap at No. 87 Main street, opposite Cenrt-house. feb29 JAS. L. SPALDING. M7 j ust received at No. S7 Main street, opposite Court-house. fel.L-.i JAS. L- SPALDING. v 1MsMi it rMiti i7ijiMi s Havana Cigars just received by leb2tf SORENSON 4 CO. WBOIST&JY' H KHO&E.VK COAL, MM OIL, mip. iinr to any heretofore sold in this market, jnst received and for sale by the barrel or gallon, at the Drug Store feb2S 17 MAIK STREET. g-MSjyrvtJVMi rvRHMSH ajvu Mil. JT DEL10IO SmokiDg Tobacco in small pack ages, together with an assortment of Snuffs and Cigars. feb2S WM. H. P. STODDARD. v J' J Mi M, M A3r Concentrated Lye, a superior article fur ma king a laTge quantity of soap, at a very small cost, at . feb28J WM. U. P. STODDARD.'S ffM IJHIstt HHJir HI I.L.I MM. by the dozen or single bottle at the family Drugstore feb28 17 BIAIN STREET JTBUI,l,8 . WOMM JIMiSTBOl'ISM, MM thd best and most pleasant Vermifuge in ua, a new lot jnst received by WM. H. P. STODDARD, feb28 17 Main Street. W9 H M V M JF O M SUM, Ml. MM Fit'tv thousand Good Brick, "as they run in the kiln." 'Enquire of JOHN F. GLOVER, ffcb28 Cor. Seventh and Main. Zjn t M O M tT K M 1 T A T O 8r- W-S 200 busbeU Prime Peack Bloom Potatoes, just received and for stile at fb28 COOK A LANGLEY'S fTS.-50 JiVSUMi.S fit 1.71 Mi M Northern Oats on hand aud fr sale by II. RAM Elf, feb27 73 Main Street. TjfflUlt CjWMiS- mM Just received a large lot of entire new styles, at much reduced prices, at fob27 THOMPSON'S New Drug Store. V I am now in receipt of a full stock of supe rior Varnishes, which I will warrant to be made of Guns, and not of Horn. feb27 JJ. P. THOMPSON, Druggist. Or W If you want Cream of Tartar and Soda, untirely pure and at cheap prices, go to feb27 THOMPSON'S New lrug Store. jjnjt'MMMi-mMjB liFvMjyrMrs- JL Just received, a large and well selected stock of Family Medicines, imported by Mr Pa&tnkk in the East expressly for iiiA market, all cf which are warranted to be strictly pure and Fkesh. N. S. THOMPSON & CO.'S fel27 New Drug Store. : jn 'iruj' TWrtj" j''M,' v jTjj MM Tbe Non-explosive Burning Fluid is made nt the New Drug fetors of .- feb27 . - . N. S. THOMPSON. IrjnCMMi JvVTiT jtiTL JL urticlts used by artists, at the New Drug Store of Ol'27J . N. S. THOMPSON. rwi Ijs Mi v n TTji. ml r r JL In great variety, at the lowest price, at the New Drng Store of feb27 N. S. THOMPSON. JL AMU 4 M Ms. Mi fJl rt'S VM Mi M Mi . aud 4,'inciituali Lard Oil constantly on haud feb27 THOMPSON'S New Drug Store. tm- j.ns om? Mi vm:h 1 JtJJ'J W-M at very cheap prices, at ftb27 THOMPSON'S New Drug Store 9 Mi H ft II H. . The Habits of Good Society. . ,-; ;A Lite Struggle. By Miss Pardoe. . ', , Wvuuui 1'emiiie.) By Michulet. Edgar Poe and his Critics. ' - -ii : Alison's Europe Vol. 4tU.. ' :. Poems. By author of John Halifax, at fib27 . """ bOBKH CONYNGTON'S. i 0M,M,MiVTOJtf 8 Ji Mi MS J of real estate fur tlio payment of costs and expenses of sidewulk improvements. A'otice it Itenbg given that, by virtue of five pre cepts, issued out of the Cloi k'a office of the City of Evansville, aud to me directed, I will sell at public out-cry, at the door of the Court-hotise, in the City of Fvansville, on Saturday, the 17th of March, 1800, tbe following lots .or parcels of real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay tbe amounts assessed and charged against suid lots, respectively, as the cost and expense of making aiuewalk improvements iu front of said lots, to getlier with the cost of sale: - Lot 13, block 40 Easteru Enlargement $1 00 Lot 11, " 49 , " - . . 4 73 Lot 19, " 49 ' ' ..: 3 30 Lot , " 26 " ' " 2 07 Evans' Homestead on Sixtb street, from the Corner of Locust and Sixth to tbe alley be tween Locust aud Main streets 14 35 Lot 2j, block lo. Stock well s Enlargement 4 6(3 Lot 20, 10, ' " 4 60 Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. on said day. . ; P. 3CUMUCK, feb25-3wd ' ' City Collector. fe-Sl O tTi. ' f -V O T 1 V Mi. Persons in arrears with interest upon Loan of Common School and other Trust Funds, will please take notice that to save expenses and cost, said interest must be paid at the County 1 reasu lyseon: - WILLIAM U.WALKER, . fub23d2w Aud. Vanderburgh Co. REMOVAL. Wt. M. DCMCAN E. A. COOKE. 11tJf. ItU.Vi:JJ l'HHm M U- ww spectfully informs the public ftjat he bus removed from his old stand on M ater street, to the building formerly occupied by"'Archer A Mackey, No. 5, Main street, and has made a change in bis nrm, the style vf. which will hereafter be Duncan & Cooko. We will keep constantly on band a lare and well selected stock of foreign and domestic dry goods, which we will sell at reasonable and urn lorm prices. Hoping to have a continuance, of the patronage of the old house, aud to merit a large accession of new customers, e remain f Yeurs, respectfully, fel24 1 m DUNCAN & COOK K. jYofANlCALTPllYSllJrAX. DR. WM. COURTNEY, ' OSie cor. mtlmtn mn Mtrt mtrttl; EVANSVILLE, IND. VJA. t". MJ8 M'EBMAJVMiJym. iM,0--JLs" cared in tbis city and can lie found at his ef tice at all hours (both day and uightj, except when professionally engaged. ; fear- Especial attention giveu to all chronic dis eases. Cancers cured, (warranted). febif 3md MISCELLANEOUS. Statement OF THE CONDITION Or THB Home Insurance r Company, of ne w york; ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 18, MADE TO THB ACDITOB OP THS STATE OF INDIANA, PURSUANT ' TO THE STATUTE OF ' ? : -. 1 .-' THAT STATE, t . -i , i S NAME AND LOCATION: rwiMK AVf.ir jp this t tf.nfjjyf JL is tba Home Inhitbaikk Company, Incorporat ed iu 1853, and located in tha city of New York. CAPITAL, ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The capital of said Company actually . paid up In cash is....; $1,000,0(;0 00 The surplus on the 1st day of January, - - 415,815 85 Total amount of capital and surplus $1,415,815 85 ASSETS. . Amount of cash in Continen tal Bank, N. Y 843,707 54 ' Amount of cash in hands of - Agents, and in course of . ' transmission (balance) 25,565 51 ' - Amount of unincumbered real estate, Ko. 4 Wall Street 67,099 00 : Amount of United States treasury notes, market ' value 102,241 20 ' Amount Missouri State b'ds, 6 percent., market value... 10,220 00 . Amount of North Carolina .' ' bonds, 6 percent., market value......... , ... 9,630 00 . Amount of Tennessee bonds, 6 per cent., market value.. '9,000 00 Amount of Brooklyn City . water bonds,. per cent., market value... 10,250 00 .:; Amount of bankjjtocks, Biar- - . ket value 83,525 0O Amount of loans on bonds aud mortgages, being first , , lien of record on unincum- ' 1 bered real estate, worth at ' '".' least 1,605,300, and on - . i ' ' which there is less than one year's interest due and ' owing rate of interest 7 per cent ...............860,602 03 . i Amount of loans on stock and bonds, payable on de mand, the market value .' ' of securities pledged, $231,- -629... 186,690 00 . Amount due fram premiums on policies issued at office.. 1,867 79 Amount of bills receivable . . for premiums on inland navigation risks, c 11,064 41 Interest actually due and , paid 24,928 80 - $1,458,369 28 LIABILITIES. . Amount of losses adjusted, and due and unpaid None. , ' ' Amount of losses incurred ' - 11 and in processor adjust nient 17,658 31 ; Amount of losses reported on whtcn no action has been taken. 15,422 12 Amount of claim for losses resisted bv tbe Company.. Amount of dividends declar 9,500 00 ed, and due and unpaid... . Amount of dividends, either cash or scrip, declared but . not yet due Amount of money borrowed. Amount of all other existing clams against tbe Co None. ' None. None. None. Total amount of losses, claims, and liabilities. 42,580 43 The greatest amount insured on any one risk is $30,000, but will not, as a general rule, exceed 810,000. - .4 i The Company has no general rule as to the amouut allowed to be insured iu any city, town, village, or block, being governed in this matter, in each case, by tbe general character of buildings, width of streets, facilitiss for putting out fires, &c. No part of its capital or earnings is deposited iu any other State as security therein. An attested copy of the Charter or Act of incor poration accompanies this statement. STATE OF NEW YORK, q , ; City and County of New York. J oa- Charles J Martin, President, and J. Milton Smith, Secretary of the Hume Insurance Company, being severally sworn, depose and say, aud each for himself says, that the foregoing is a true, full and correct statemen t of the attairs of the said Corpora tion, and that they are the above described officers thereof. (Signed) CHARLES J. MARTIN, Pres't. (Signed) J. MILTON SMITH, Sec'y. Su bscribed and sworn before me, tbis 17th day of r l January, A. D. I860. Witness my band IBKAI..J aI1J ofllcial gen). (Signed) BENJAMIN KANKIN, Commissioner for Indiana, in New York, 106 Broad way, N. Y. Allen C. Hallock is the duly authorized agent for this city, as per certificate of authority filed in the County Clerk's office. This Company insures against loss or damage by fire to buildings, merchandise, honsehold furni ture, and personal property generally. Also, ag.iinst the perils of inland navigation, at fair rates of premium. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent, Marble Hull Building, Main St., Evansville. fel3-tap2. STEWART'S STOVE. (WM.WA"8 OJV HJtJVB, A MnMMBMi mM. lot of these truly and justly celebrated, newly and greatly improved summer and winter Cooking Stoves, of the unrivaled Stewart's Patent, aud at the only agency in this eity. Thos. Sutntliris, o, 29 Main street, between First and Second. The fit st premium was awarded to this Stove as the best c al or wood cooking stove at the South western Indiana District Fair, held at this place. No stove ever devised combines as numerous or important scientific principles as tbis of Stewart's. It broils, boils, bakes and roasts at the same mo ment, without oue dish imparting flavor to another, or producing that sameness of taste in meats and gravies, which, to tbe delicate and fastidious of taste, makes so insuperable an ' objection to every other cooking stove now in use. With one-fourth of the fuel employed in tbo best of stoves now in use, this most perfect and complete cooking appa ratus performs, simultaneously and more perfectly than has ever before been accomplished, everything required in tbe best provided families, so far as cooking is concerned. When, too, it is borne in mind that tbe most deLicate females can visit tbe kitchen when tbe Stewart Stove is fully employed. Hud the fire is at its height, without the smallest unpleasantness from the change of temperature, so little is the beat from it diffused externally, au inducement is presented for its universal employ ment never heretofore presented iu any other stove. That, indeed, is one of its principal attractions, as well as its greatest wonder, how heat is so econo mized and diff used within the stove itself, and so little perceptibly escapes into tbe kitchen, a placo where, with any of the stoves now in use, other than Stewart's, it is scarcely possible for any oue, in mtm went h or more particularly, to breathe with comfort. -.,- i For 20 years Mr. Stewart has been employed in perfecting tbis stove, and since last February, he has obtained three new patents for improvements. which in his opinion, aud the opinion of all who'. have exami'ied it, made it perfect. Wit bin four years taeatg thousand of them have been sold, under a full guarantee, and not one has been returned. These remarkable results have emboldened a host of stove manufacturers to imitate the Stewart Stove, but, save in exterior appearance, which tbe old patents (baving expired) enables them to give, they no more resemble Stewart's than chalk does cheese. These imitations are known by various names, but they are all deficient in various particulars, such as the air-tight boxes, by which full control is kept over the fire, and of tbe beat, by a draft damper., ingeniously eoutrived,- which also admits a con stant current of cold air on ths outside of the fire box, which again becomes heated air, aud, passing into the oven, is made available for cooking -ur- pOSeS. Tbe agent and subscriber is receiving tbe best Imitation of the Stewart Stove, called " Pride of the West," which be will be happy to dispose of at two-thirds of the price of the genuine Stewart's. It is possible, of course, to cook with it, but it bears uo resemblauce to Stewart's. . The "Stewart" is sold by tbe agent, under a full guarantee to perform as recommended, and if, wttbia three months from purchasing, any fault is found with tbem, he will take them back and refund tbe mouey. Housekeepers will bear in miad, then, that the genuine Stewart Store, bought at tbe only agent's here, . ill, with halt tbe labor and one fourth the fuel, do more and better cooking than any other stove ever constructed. '. .... TllOfl. SCANTLIN, No. 20 Main street. Sole agent for tbe sale of the Stewart Stove iu Southern Indiana and Kentucky. - -' I1 1 ;;)! MISCELTiANEOUST "fS l- Mr Mi MS T OJV FOURTH ST., mm extending to tbe Canal, with a wharf ou the basin of the Canal of seventy-five feet, being tbe most desirable location for m'anufiij'.urinjr pur poses in Evansvilie, for sale or lease. " Apply to 1 - william Hr' Walker, i uecz-i Keaf Estate Agent. LAND FOR SALrT 150 acres tha n w qr sec 7, town 2, range 8 west. lGO'.do ,lti)r sec 29, town 2, range 8 west. 100 do s w qr sec 22, town 2, range 9 west. 191. 105 160 160 100 100 ICO 160 du. s.eo,r.,sec 31,. town 2j.rauso. 8 west, uo n pi n e qr, sec -o, rown z, range iu west. do do do do do do n w qr sen 14, town 3, range 10 west. s w qr see 23, town 3, range iu west; n e qr sec 26, town 3, range 10 n e qr sec 24, town 3, range 7 a e qr sec 24, town 3, range 7 sw qr sec 2t, town 3, moire 7 The foregoing tracts will be sold ou liberal terms. Titles are perfect. Enquire at the - REAL ESTATE AGENCY, On Third street, bet. Main and Sycamore, y in Wheeler's Building. , WM. H. WALKER, - ' -! ; Real Estate Ag', OB 8J.M.M1 OJV MiJSf TM3BMS. 50 Lots in Laniasco, west of Pigeon Crek4.!I'Me8 "t tins Medicine, that he. has jtdopted.it in ; Lots in Laniasco, east of Pigeon Creek. , , I ' private practice, as well as at . the College aud UUWIU L I IU JMIOiCI U 1111 but fitausiuio. Lots in the Southern do ' do Lots in Bray's do - . . do ;. Lots in the 4th . . do ' , , do . Lots in the Donation do " do Apply to tho undersigned Office in Wheeler's building, Third street, opposite the Court House. WILLIAM H. WALKER, . dec24 Real Estate Agent. W OT8 223 JJVMt '-424, OOJX'ATMOJ JLM Enlargement, on tbe Basin of the Canal, upon which is a hew and tbe best Canal Wharf in Ev ansville, for sale or lease. Apply to -- - : ' ; WM. li. WALKER, r dec24-dJkw3m - Land Agent. -mmM.VA MX.M1 MJHM BO VMSn MHOM'- W erty for sale. Four lots ou Fourth street, op posite tbe market, designated by Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 0, Market Ptace. ' All new three story, metal roof, bricks, built for stores, suitable tor any kind of business, and with good finished dwelling accom modations. ' For terms of sale, apply to Allen C. Hallock, Real Estate aud General Insurance Agent, Marble Hall Building, Main Stieet, Evansville, Ind. fhlG-lm . 320 f VMM! 8 OMf JLJ.y'II .VMiJR KvatisvHIe, for sale by WILLIAM H. WALKER, Real Estate Agent, .. Third street, opp. tbe Court House. ec24 -MmMSSOM.VTMOJV OMf MARTJS"MZB- MM SHIP. The partnership of J, S. Jaquess t Co. is tbis day dissolved by mutual consent by the withdrawal of Hiram E. Read. All business of said firm will be settled by the remaining part ners, Jonathan H Jaquess and Henry C. Gwatbmey, who wilt continue the busiuess under. . tbe same style as heretofore. JONATHAN S. JAQUESS, . HIRAM E. READ, - HENRY C. GWATHMEY. Evansville, Feb. 28, 1800. mar2-3w Statomont ' OK THE CONDITION Or THB Hartford Fire Insurance Co., MADE TO THE AUDITOR OF THE STATE OF ' INDIANA, JANUARY 1,1800. . 1st. Tbe name of this Company is the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, aid is located, at Hart ford, Connecticut. V CAPITAL. " 2d. The amount of Capital Stock is...'.. .$.',00,000 00 3d. The amount of Capital Stock paid ' up 500,000 00 ASSETS. ' 4th. Cash on hand and in B'k.S38,338 II ' Cash in hands of agents, or in course of transmission 02,698 89 Cash loaned on call. 30,000 0O-S13T,029 00 Bills receivable, secured by personal and collateral security . 70,223 59 Real estate unincumbered, building . and lot 19 Pearl street, Hartford ' 15,000 00 STOCK AJin BONDS AS FOLLOWS, VIE : ' . - TAB, VAfc. M'KT VAL. 511 shares Hartford B'k stock $51,100 68,985 400 shares Phoenix B'k stock 40, UK) ' 37,200 lOOshares Ct. Kiv. B'k'g Co. stk..l- fc.OOO 0,5"i 2()0 shares Exchange Bank stock.. 10,000 10,4100 150 shares Bank of Hartford Co. bank stock. ... 7,500 ' 7,350 200 shares Charter Oak B'k stock. '20,000 20,800 220 shares Farmers' A Mechanics' . ' bank stock.-. 22,000 25,520 150 shares Meraantile B'k Stock.. 15,000 15,000 132 shares Merchants & Manufac turers' Bank stock .. 13,200 13,332 315 shares jEtna B'k stock 31,51 HI 34,020 184 shares City Bank stock 18,500 21,045 200 shares American Exchange Bank stock, N. Y....i., 20,000 : 20,000 200 shares Bank of Commerce b'k . stock, N. Y 20,000 10,800 300 shares Importers' Traders' Bank stock, N. Y.; ........ 30,000 .13,600 300 shares Bank of America bank stock, N. Y . 30.000 3.1,450 2(0 shares Manhattan Co.' Bank stock-. , 10,000 , 14,050 20(lshares Merchants' Bk s'k, N.Y. 15.000 15,825 200 shares Union B'k stock, N. Y. 10, (Mm 10,000 200 shares Ocean B'k stock, N. Y. 10,000 0,200 100 shares Bank of N America Bk stock, N Y - 10,000 10,700 300 shares Metropolitan b'k stock, NY -30,000 - 33.C00 100 shares Hlackstone b'k stock, Boston 10,000 . 10,550 190 shares Bank of Conimercesi'k, Boston 10,0X1 10,000 100 shares Granite bk stock,. Bos- '. ton.. 10,000 10,550 10 shares Suffolk B'k stock, iioi ton.. J... ............ l,f'nr 100 shares Hide and Leather B'k,' ' ' Boston ,.; 10,000 100 shares Webster b'k stock, Boston 10,000 : 1,-65 10,5 16,750 100 shares National B k stock, Bos ton 10,000 : 10,400 100 shares Atlantic B'k stock, Bos ton.. 10,000 10,000 10,300 11,900 lo.ioo 20,200 20,100 3,000 1,300 12,450 100 s bares Safety Fund B'k stock. Boston 10,000 - 100 shares . Boylstou Bank stock Boston........... 10,000 100 shares Uever Bank stock, Bos ton 10,000 200 shares B'k of the State of Mis souri stock......... 20,000 200 shares Merchants' B'k stork St. Louis-.. S0.000 , 120 shares Connecticut River Com- '' pany stock 12,000 20 shares Connecticut River It. U. - ; , , Company t.. ..... 2,000 100 shares Hartford & N Haven" K '; R Co stock.-. ; 10,000 - 20 Tennessee State Bonds, ti per ' ' .- cents, payable 1892... 20,000 ; 2 Ohio State Bonds, ti per cents, payable I860..... 10,080 1,T00 l-,125f 20 Michigan state tkls, b f( cents, -- -. ; '.payable 1803 .... 20,000 20,000 10 .Missouri State Stock, G per ' cent, payable.. 10,000 t,400 25 Hartford City bonds, ti per cts, - " ; payable 187S 35,000 36,000 20 shares State Bank Wiscousiu- s ' stock, Milaukee...... .- 2,000 0 2,140 -.1 ' ' V '' C 080,800 8720,457 ' Total assets...'.. 9930,700 59 LIABILITIES. 6tb. No liabilities to banks, or others, due r u. t .' 'due. ' :' " '. . 6th. No losses adjusted and due. ,- 7th. fth. Otb. Losses either unadjusted I or adjusted and not due,- Jri5,010 85 Losses in suspense wait- '- "-' inif further proof, , iu- . eluded in last answer above ' I ' - ' All other claims against . , -.. . j lotn, tbe company, (dividends . , unpaid)............., 1,920 ." . .."' Total amount of liabilities.. ...:,,.8oG,9; 85 11th. Tbis rule of the company is not to exceed 8 10,000 in any one risk,' subject, to loss by ' asinglefire: ' 1 ' ' ' '" 12th. The amouut insured in a city or village de , . pends upon its sizu generally all the desira ble risks to be-had, subject to the last rule above named. " 13th. The amount insured in any oue block of buildings, depends upon its size and con struction, subject to the rule above refer red to. '- ' ' 14th. A certified copy of the Act of Incorporation . accompanies this statement. . , : TIMOTHY C. ALLYN; Sec'y. STATE OF CONNECTICUT, ) oa ' - Hartford County, v ' . Jaxuaev Cth. 1860. Personally aprieared T. C. Allyn, Secretary of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and made oath that the foregoing statement, by bim subscribed. is a true, full, aud correct statement of the affairs of said Company, and exhibits, so far as can be : ascercaineo at - hi is uaie, us actual condition ou Ibe 1st day of Juuuary, I860, lie tore me, GEO. S. OILMAN,. . ' ' Justice of tbe Peace. Allen C. Hallock is the duly authorized Agent for this city, by certificate of authority from tbe Auditor of State, filed in the County Clerk's office. " i..:. . , Applications for insurance ou merchandise, store bouses, dwelliugs and contents, will be attended to, and policies issued at reasonable rates. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent, Marble Hall Building, No. 9 Main street, Evans ville, Ind, -jan23ta28 MISCELLANEOUS. THE. GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY, SCOVILL'S SARSAPARILLAA STILL1NGIA, OR Blood and Liveri Syrup, FOR THE CCKE OF Scrofulous, Sypliililic and Mercurial Disease i Old Sores, Skin JJiseases, and all other t Diseases which are caused by an Impure ; mate of the Mood. i i g .E a ss a a. j-i A. i WONDERFUL UL0 US- WHITE S WELLIXG ! Mend Iht tlmttmtnt of. liar tin Bobbin, ir. WW MS W8 V.yji OMf THti tt'OMST MM. cases ever recorded 1 He now enjoys Robust Health , and has for the past year done as -much work as any young man of bis age ! This cure has excited his friends, neighbors, and physicians, and 'even some of the Medical Faculty. One of the J, Professors (I)r. 11. S. Newton), who was called to see mm as a siu-goon, not to prescribe, wasso forci- "lS impressed with tbe Remai kable Curative Prop- Hospitals, Cincinnati, O., Feb. 16, 1858. Messrs. A. L. Scovill i Co.: Gentlemen: I will, with great pleasure, gfve my testimony as to what your SARSAPAKILLA AND STILLING I A, or BLOOD AND HVEK ifi'UVr, has done for me. Sonic threw and a half years since, I was attacked with a Scrofulous White JiolliuKr wbicb w&a. attouded - with -arasxcruti- ating pains I tried, various remedies, and had two of the best Physicians of the city (oue of them Professor in an Oid School Medical College), and: they failed to give uieany relief! I was so reduced that I was conHned to my bed for over three months. The nerves aud muscles of one leg were so contract ed and drawn up, that I could not walk. I had more than u dozen ruuniog ulcers on my legs, from which I took, from time to time, more than, One Hundied Pieces of Bone, some of them from three to four inches long. I was reduced to almost a skeleton, and my friends had given up all hopes of my recovery! 1 was in this condition when 1 com menced tbe use of jour Blood and Liver Syrup. I have used altogether some two dozen bottles of it. and at the same time tbe Iodine Ointment, w hich I you advise to use with it ; anil, lastly, the Healing '( Ointment,-given under the head -of " White Swell- ing," in your directions. luin now able to atteud j to business, and my legs have bee ' inn so strong I that I walk without any difficulty aud have eu- tirely recovered my health. Yours frulv, ' BIARTIN BOBBINS. Ju." Residence on Eighth street, between Mound and John, No. 321 ; or at place of business, with Brown Yillette, No. 4 East Fourth street.' - Read an extract from the Cincinnati Medical Journal, Vol. 5, page 310, by its editor. Prof. It. S. Newton, in regard to this remarkable cure : " While Martin Bobbins was in the very -worst imaginable condition, we were called to atte nd him fora fracture of the leg, produced by a fall. The indications of are-union of the bone, under the circumstances, were unfavorable, for be would sit, day after day, picking out smalt pieces of the bone, which would slough off. I found him using Sco vill's Preparation, which he continued to use until a cure was effected. We gave him uo constitu tional treatment, being in attendandance only as surgeon ; yet we confess we had much curiosity to see what could be done in a system so extensively diseased as bis was.", Will the afflicted call on the agent and get. a pamphlet containing the certificates of cures from well knewu citizens of Cincinnati ? , Recollect that this Medicine is warranted to cure all diseases that are caused by an . impure state of the Blood. Scovill's Blood and Liver Syrup is composed entirely of vegetables, a-d is perfectly safe for children to use, in case of sore mouth or eruption en the skin. If mothers value the health of their children, they should eradicate the seeds of the disease !efore it is too late. . Read the statement of one of tbe otdest chemists in Cincinnati : " We hereby certify that we have been made act quainted with Scovili's Sarsaparilla and Stiilingia, or Blood and Liver Syrup. Tbe ingredients are entirely vegetable, and no mineral enters the prepa ration. W. S. MERRILL 4 CO., . Oue door west of the Burnet House, Cincinnati."; For sale by the Proprietors, A. JU. SCOVILL. fc CO., . No. 12 West Eighth St., Cincinnati. -; . Also, by Keller A White, Evansville, Ind. N. S. Thompson, , " " , -H Leich Carlstedt, " Also, agents for the sale of Dr. Hall's Raisam fur the Lungs, and Dr. Baker's Pain Panacea, for the cure of all pain, both external aud internal. feb8-dtw2m '' 7f. !. til, ft ry- JKX.I-Mittt- WM enced A'nrwand female Physician, presents to tbe atteulion of mothers, her SOOTHING FYRTJP, .y for Children Teething, which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, by softening the gums, redu cing all inflammation will allay all pniu and spasmodic action, and is SURE TO RKGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourself, aud BELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOCB INFANTS, We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and call say,, in confidence and truth of it, what we hava nev Su,r bcenuble to say of any other medicine never fchas it failed, in a single instance, to effect a cure 2'hen timely nsed. Nevs er did we kuow an in stance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. !!'" 'he contrary, all ara delighted with its cpera- lotions, and speak in terms of liigin-st commenda Itiou of its magical ef fects and medical virtues, j We speak in this matter 1 -what we do know," at jter ten years' experience, and pledge our rutin ta 4 lion for the fulfilment al what we here declare, glu aluirwt every instance where the infant is sut- ifvring from pain and ex. haustion, relief will be !lbuiid in 15or2J minutes after the Syrup is admin feistcrud. . . This valuable prepara Stiuu is tlir prescti niton of one of the nnwtpe i-renced and skillful Nurses in New England, "j-uid has beeu &cd with never failing Miccess in rhoitsandsot cases. 1 It not only relieves ilio child iros-pitiii Lirf invigorutes ttie stomach tud Lionels, corrects acid-' ity, and gives tone and Jjtiergy to the wholesys tem. It will almost iu Bluntly relieve Griping iu the Bowels and Wind Coiic, and bvurcome con vnlsions, which - If not "-ipeedily remsdiod, end iu death. We believe it fctbc best an. I surest reuu-. erty in the world, in all peases of Dys ntery aud Diarrhea in children, whether it arises front teething or from any other cause. We would say to every motiier who I bus a child offering from any oue of the foregoing complaiuts, do not let your prejudices, nor the prej udtces of othwrs, stand between your suffering child and tha relief that will be sure yes, absolutely sure to follow tbe use of tbis medicine' if timely used. Full directions for usiug will accompany each bottle. None genuine nnless the fac. simile of CURTIS A PERKINS, New York, is ou t.ho out side wrapper. . ,. Sold by Druggists throughout the world;' I'riu clpal office, No. 13 Cedar street,. New York.. . - -- Price 25 cts. a bottle Janl3-dly. KELLER it W4IITE, Agents, Evansville; liid. WHEELER ;&i"m WILSON'S ' W.'f SEWING MACHINE, - No. 5 First Street, between Main and Lscust. WmH, OMMKR, TO THK fCltLIt' .WW . Wheeler Wilson's Improved ffeaimr Ma chine at reduced prices, with increased confidence in its merits as the best and most reliable family sewing machine now in use. ' 1c sews sunnily well on the thickest or thinest fabrics; makes the lock stitch impossible to uuravel, with the essentiat advantage of being alike on both sides, formiug no ridge or chain en the under side h is simple iu con struction, more speedy in movement, and more durable than any other machine. We give full in structions to enable the purchaser to sew ordinary seams, stitch, ham, fell, sjuilt, gather, hind, jaud tuck, all on the same machine, and warranted for" three years. , ' ' We also keeporr constantly hand a full assortment of Singer's machines, v,; .' ., . , , . , . Circulars containing testimonials of the abase machines, from persons of the highest Maiidiiit East and Wst, giving prices, Ac. will be furnished gratis, on application iu rsou or by letter. 1 febdly , F. M. SELLMAN. - CRECKEN RIDGE COAL OIL. ' " H W H HJ VH UMtMiJV JtPPOiJYTMin ' WW Agents for the sale of the WreckeiiridKe Coal Oils, pure and unadulterated, aud will sell '-y the barrel or half barrel, at factory prices, trwight and drayage added. It is tbe most economics! light kuown costing less than one-half wnt t hour. UOBbBCOOK CO., ' dec2:t ' Water street, Kvam-ville, Ind. Lv U'HI:T f It TJTOMiS.' O HUSH. OFprime, just received and for sale at the pioneer family grocery: ' febl ) J. P. 'ELLIOTT. -mrVST BMiVMiiVtiU tifJUH.-Itlll 9M stock of fresh and pure gardeu seeds, of every variety, at F. SHARPE CO.'.. fcfe... MISCELLANEOUS; f BY ' STATE AUTHORITY. INCREASE bp-CASH CAPITAL DET0TID IO FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. ' ' CHARTER' Cash Capital, ; Cash Assets - PERVETUAU' ,- ' .$ 100,000 - : $547,712.36 8. L.XOOMI3, Prest. Branch Office, 31 4" 33 W. Third St., Cin j cinnati. M. Magill, General Agent. &rAgenls iu all tbe principal Cities and Towns o tbe Union. L OSSES PR QMPTL Y PA ID I M? Applications received, pclices issued and re newed, and all breiness pertaining to the agency promptly attended to Also applications received for Life Insurance, in ' tlio jEtnit Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conu. 1 Capital aud surplus over $200,000. ; JOHN W. N.X9EN, Agent. ' B"tirni', corner of Main and Second Sts., over I uornpsou'H jrug Ktori. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOB ALL THK Pl'K POSES or A FAMILY. PHYSIC, are so composed that disease within the range of their action can rarely withstand or evade tbem. Their penetrating properties search, cleanseand InvlgDrnfe evpry imrtfim rf the-human organism, corici tlng Its" diseased action, and restoring its healthy vitalities. As a consequence of these prop erties, the Invalid who is bowed i.'own with pain 01 physical debility is astonished to find his beattb or uuei gy restored by jt remedy at once so simple and Inviting. ( , j . 1 . 1 . j t t j , j Not only do they cure the every-day complaints of every body, but also many formidable aud dan erous diseases. The agent below named is please, tutiu'ubdi gratis my American -Almanac, contain ing certificates ol ttieir cures and directions fot their use in the following complaints; Coitweneu, IlettrtbHrn, Headache arising from disordered Stomach AuNAa, indigestion, Pain in and Morbid inaction of Ue Bnwei, J-'latvleticy,' Lose of Appetite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, arising from a low state of the body or obstruction of its functions. Do not be put otf by unprincipled Dealers with some other, pill they make mors profit 00. Ask for Avkb's Pills, and take nothingelse. v- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. roB THE KAPIll ITER OF Col ons, Colds, Inpluenza, Hoar.sf.nf.S8, Cbocp, - Bronchitis, Incifiknt CorfSOMPTioN, .ahd fob TM R BKI.IKV OF CoNSUMPTIVR PATIENTS IN AO VANCKOSTAIiBH OF THF DISKASK. So wide is the field of its usefulness and so nu merous are the cases of its cures, that almost every section ot the country abounds in persons publicly known, who have beeu restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use.---Wheu wuuo tried, its superiority over every otber niedicine-of iss kind, is too. apparent to escape ob servation und where it virtues are known, ths public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ lor the distressing and dangerons affection of ttis pulmonary organs that are incident to our climate. WltiJemauf interior remedies thrust upou the com muuity kave failed und been discarded, this bis gained friends by every trial, conferred benefits on tbealUicted ttiey cau never forget, aud produced cures too -numerous and too remarkable to be for gotten. Prepared by Dft. J. Ot AYKB t-CO., Lowell, Masstichiisetts. ' '- - - Sold by KELLER & WHITE, Evansville, and by all Druggists and merchants throughout ths coun rty. octl9-6md&weow ajtivv - T 1Xcieioix''j5. MOUNTAIN hHERB .PILLS. f 1 ' ' '! I , i - - - . . , S AboveAvenrSotit rou with" a nerfect" likeness of T.Euce, a chief of a tribe of ths strange'Aztec Na tibu,, that once ruled Mexico. ; You will find full account of him in onr pamphlets aud Almanacs to be had gratis from tbe Agents for those Pills. The inventor and manulactarer of. "Judson's Monutain Herb Pills" has spent the greater part pf. his life iu traveling, having visited nearly every conntry'in the world. Ha spent over six years among the Indians of the Rocky Mountains and of Sfexico, aud it was thus that the Mountain Herb Pills" discovered.- A very interesting ac count of his adventures there you 111 find in our Almanacs and t amphletn. It is an established fact that all disi.-asrs arfse from ' - ' IMPURE BLOOB?' " The blood is the life ; and when any foreign or uc heslhy maPpr nets mixed -with i, it is at once dis tirbuted to every orgs a of tho boily. Every nerve leebi the poison, und all the vital organs quickly complain- lbs stomach will- not digest the food perfectly.- Tho liver ceases to secrete a sufficiency of bikv "' Ths action bf the heart ' Is weakened, and f;W Iheeirciilatjoa 1 weakened; : -Tie lungs become clogged with the - poisonous inatter; hence, a sou-n and all tniu a al.-ght impurity at tbe foun tain head ot lile the -Blood I As if you had thrown some earth, for. instance, iu a are spring, ' iioiu which ran a liuy rivulet iu a few minutes tbe whole course ot th stream becomes disturbed aud dircolored. As quickly does impure .blood fly to every Jart, and leave its sliug behind. All tbe passages become obstructed, and unless the ob stl iicipi'is remove. U the lampof life soon dies out. , These j'iils not only purify the bloody but regen erate sll the sec r t ions jofthe body, They are, therefore, unrivaled . . s tCtltl. lVii JiihlOVS DISEASES, Liver Complaint, fcick Headache, Ao. This Anti Bilious Medicine ex puis trem tbe blood ths hiddeq seeds of disease, aud renders ail the fluids and se cretions pure and llu-int, clearing and resuscitating tbe vital organs., . 1 . ' , . ,. Pleasant, indeed, is it to us, that we are able to place witbiu your reach a medicine like' ths . " Mountain Herb I'ills," that will pass directly to ths afflicted parts, through the blood and fluids of the body, and cause ths sufferer to brighten wtb the flush of beauty and health. 4 Jtldson's, PUIsars the best remedy la existence or the foliowiuK complaints : , Rowel Complains, Coughs,' Colds, Chest Diseases, Costiveneas, D.-s-peHHs, DiarrtiiB Dropsy, Debility, Fever aid Ague, Female Complaints, Headaches, Indigestta, Influenza, inflammation, Toward Weakness, Lisr CssiuJaiuts,. L-owiiMS ot Spirits, Stone arid Oravl, Piles, and Swondary Synitonis. GREAT FEMALK MEDICINE Females who value health, jbould never h wftr out these PMIS.- Tn.y Riirify the blood, remove o structfons'ot all klu.ls. cleanse the skin ol all pii ples und Mwtrbea, nud. bring the rich color health to tbe pale cheek. The plants and herbs of wbioh these Pills la made, were discovered, In a very surprising wi, among the Te.ucaus, ft tribe of Aborigines in Me ir Ot the Almanac ol our A cent, and vou W read with delight the very inffresting aceonntt iwiitaiusoftba "Urat Medicine" of the Aztecs. USt Eli VK.,.Tlio Mountain Herb Pills are put In a Is autit ol wrapper. , Each Box sou tain 40 pil and Retail at ceu ta per box, All gauuina bs the sigwttiweot' B. L. Jodsou '., on each be - For sale tu. Evansville by Keller 4 White, Lei Carlstedt, S. Thompsua, aod Hierbower Broughtoii. , ..(.,, ! i. . .... . . . - .-,..,!! 1 .- B. L. JUDSON & CO., 1. 1. , 1, 1 - , 11 Sols Proprietors, J'"J i , 1 v .. M. Leonard St., N. IfUI.: ,U .Of KJSTIM new luaks, and at much less price, at '. fcu27. . , . . THOMPSON'S New Drug Stors, ' 1 PitTTn rim-A V ..::.vL ) ' '