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8ATCRDAY HORNING
MARCH 31
T B Jl P Z, B O B H U J' O M
Di-rision No. 54, S. of T
EVERY FRIDAY EVKK1SO. OVF.U
OtfAW tbe Telegraph Offii.t, nn W.ier sttcct.
JOSHUA HAVyo.. W. P.
Jtvsrpn ovKRri .
O. W. Hewsoii. R. S. M. -li-r,. . I r .
TllO. EatOU, A. I:, S. A . l..!lo. V. Tir il.
Win 8 tort on, A. C. .1... M.-Ni It. :.
U. B. Hart, J. S. .. -.
jau26
CANDIDATES.
Par School Trustee.
Bdilor Jmmrnml. Pltmtt mammmnet tht
name i f CitAUita C'smn as a candid.' for
School Trustee. (marJO) Many Vtlkh
For Clly Treasurer.
0rM Bmrtntmn it n emndidmlt for the
fnte Of City Treason- at the ensuing April elec
tion. ' J iur24
Vmr City AeerT "
.1. ?. Bmtltvnm it m emmdtdmtt for lily
Assessor at ths ensuing April lection. niara
Pltmtt MaKiw my sw emndidmlt
for City Assessor, subject to the decision of th
our at tb poll. mar20 Joes W. Hbsso. .
Jt. T. mVhittltty teili bt tupporttd tmr
City Assessor at th April election by
maris Many Votvbs.
ParCaastjr Trtaiurer.
JBr. Bdit or : Pltmtt mnnmtincttht mmmt
of J. If. Caldwell aa a candidate for County Treas
urer at th east October election. roartO.
For Township Truilce.
John Triblt it m emmdldmtt fmr Trutttt
of Pigeon township at tba ensuing April election.
Bwmnttlllt Journal Co.. Pltmtt mn
sonnce my name aa a candidate for re-election as
Townablp Troatea at the enaulng April election.
mar20 Au.cnC.nALi.orK.
kfw ar mmlhorlttd tm mmmoumc tht
name of Jon F. ftuci aa a candidate for Town
ablp Troalee at tba April election. mat IS
for Trmtttt. 0. . Bmrdin it m emm
didata fur Trustee of Pigeon township at tbe eu
snlng April election. marl;
for Street CommUileacr.
Mr. editor: Pltmtt mnmmmmet my mmmt
aa a candidate for the ofSce of Street Commissioner.
mor22 Jon Sura.
1 Ism mm iNNVKNf' tht mmmt f Bmbttt
Oacait aa a candidate for Street CouimiMioner at
tbe eneuing city election. non-22
John Smyth it m emmdtdmtt tmr rt-tlte-tlon
to tbe office of Street Commissioner at tbe
ensuing April election. marZO
Pltmtt mnmommet Ikt mmmt of lltmmlt
Kbxnky ae a candidate for Street Commissioner at
tbe ensuing city election. inarl'I.
Miehmtl Bmhn it m emndidmlt fmr SI l ee I
Com mow loner at the enaning April election.
I
Far CsnuellsnaiM,
Firrt Wartl.
The frttmdt mf X. H. i'mole sssrawi Afs
name for re-elctien as Councilman of tbe First
Ward. mar2S
farowi Ward.
J. J. miimlt it m emmdidmlt far ----tion
to the City Council at the ensuing April elec
tion. nmrO-)
TiiVJ Ward.
Thommt ittdmoud it m emndidmtm fmr-
Councilman in the Third Ward. mnr29
. To .Hr. Phillip Jleektr .-We, the under,
siirued, voters of tbe Third Ward of the City of
Eransville, ocairous of having our Ward pn porly
represented In the next City Council, hereby re
quest you to become a candidate for tbe oClr of
Councilman for the said Ward.
John F. Grill, S. P. Harlin.C. l.ei. li, A. Carlsted,
- John Lavat, F. Stranb, P. Hill, F. Wahusiedler, C
EtrnmiTz, v . orenson, oamnei irr, .i. lnKicn, .i.
M. Geupel, J. gtraub, J. Emcli, J. Hulter. A.
Lemck. 1 iuar27.
., ScetiUkWard.
Mf. Ij. Itmnmttltll it m emndidmlt fmr
Councilman in the Seventh Ward. niarF
-' . - Eighth Ward.
J. n. Umtlktr it m emndidmlt fmr rt
electloa as Oonncflman in the Eighth Ward at tbe
ensuing City election. mar20
- Ninth Ward,
tttmwft Fmtttrwlll ttrvtmt Cmuneilmmn
tor the Ninth Ward if elected. mar28
For City Collector.
m mrt mmthorittd tm mnnmmntt tht
name of Valx.ntisi Wmr.L as a candidate for City
Collector at the ensuing April election. niariti
iMi thm rtmrnttt mf mmmp mf hit frltndt,
Mr. Tictob Buck has become candidate for the
office of City Collector. mar27
jmr.Bditmrtfltmtt mnnmmnet tht mmmt
of JaatailAW Biss for the office of City Collrrtar.
He is an accommodating and competent mau, and
being a professional accountant, would till the
oMce with credit to himself and protit to tbe peo
p!e. mar23) A Citizci.
Mltmtt mmnmmmettht mmmt mf Chritllmm
BfcnnrairH aa a candidate for the oRlcs of City Col
lector at the ensuing April election.
marSO Maxv Votkbs.
lvVfaitis W. Chmmdltr it m emndidmlt
for City Collet tor at the ensuing April election.
For City Clerk.
fmtriek Bsrfc it m emndidmlt, fmr rt-
electlon to tho office of City Clerk at the ensuing
April election. maris
For Constable Pigeon ToiTiiaUlp.
mi ntttcllUmmt it at cemeUalof fmr
re-election to tbe office ef Constable of Pigeon
township at the ensuing April election. mar 28.
JBs-. JSdltmr : fltrntt mnnmnmct tht
name of W. B.s Wallace for the office of Constable
of Pigeon Township at tbe ensuing April election.
Chmrltm lAT JLmmf it m emndidmlt fmr
tbe offiue of Constable at tb eosuing April town
sbtp election. marZ:
fUt mrt mm! hmri d tm mnnmmnet tht
name of hawil Hcll a a candidate fr re-election
to the office of Constable of Pigein township,
et the ensuing April electiou.
Jmhm ClimTmrd it m emndidmlt fmr rt tlte
tion to tb office of Constable of Pigeou towublp
at the ensuing April election. marl?
Chmrlet f. Bullitmn it m emndidmlt fmr
re-election to tbe office of Constable of Pigeon
township at th coming April electiou.
SUbrlfi j
For City Marslsal.
Ed. e.Jtnrlim it m emndidmlt for rt-
election to the office of City Marshal at ths ensuing
April election.
T IV mrt mnlhmrlttd tm mnnmmnet tht
name of JOEL F. SHERWOOD, as a candidate for
the office of Uerahal, at lite cily electiou in April j
next. feblS
For Jadgs Coiart Comaian Pica.
Tht frttmdt mf Htm. Btlntmn, J(tm.,
source him as a candidal for Judge of the Court
of Common Pleas, at the October elertlou.
rVBT MKCKtVtinJt SPf.KJIHU
I. .1 huik -n1 niir. .ar.1.. u.. .1.. ..." I
m . ... . ...i ms, ui e,eiv
variety, at F. HHARPK Co.'S
LEATHER BKLTIfVoI
TfR lKMS& JPATKM-T T At HVCH ti U
eXv 4nieuted and Riveted Leather Belting al
Lace Leather, Rivets and Burs, Rivet 4etx and
Uewilera, Puucher and Cutting Myers. A full
stock always on haud at loweat factory prices.
CHARLES BABCOCK,
auar9 8, Uain street.
New Firm! New Goods ' OlFlIiyids!
dZtCM. P-MK K tT B PBSfJVfl JHKJ0 -AP
receiving a larire stcick of Spring and UoniDier
Dry Goods, to wbich they rail the attention of tbe
public aud which, with increased facilitie for
buy in? cheap, tbey are prepared tootTerat ow price
csh.. SOHAPKkK A BUSSING,
Successor to 3. Embicb A Co.,
mar20 . 4 Mala attort.
SURVEYOR'S NOTICE.
iW Ll' PBM ttOJS'S it KWJ.VW wM fj:
M tereated In lande adjoining the lollowlng
deacrilied tra t. are hereby notinetl tWtt ou, the
17th of April, 18ii0. the County Mtrveyur of V.tn
derburah county will ran tbe line and perpetuate
the corner of U0 acres of the north end of the
west ball' of the uortb west quarter of sectiou 4,
town , south of range 11 west ; and also of 18 acre
of the south end of said CO acres.
merS-taprl7 KUDOLPH KCHB,
Special Notices
. Bollmmmp't Olntmtnt-Tht Umtpitmlt
of Enrope and America a tow its superiority, and
niany adot it as in all cases of sores, woun ds,
brul cp, rrn, and scalds. It assuages (pain and
eradicate inUauiut.Uion, preventing jaortificatlon .
au.l otlier fatal remits. '. : '.-
So d at the utHUiifactor)', No. 80 SlaiJen Lane.'
K Y i k. and by all lt iiiHta, at 5S.'-c, K.e., and
rl p i mariii-lwdAw
itr. J. Totitlttr't Bittert mttt tettk
tri-at fa or as remedies forilisoaara of tbe stomach,
an.l si I otlur disvasca arising from a disordered
' diKrrie systom ; ami its component parts being
t utirely virelal'K-, It is tuore safe than tbe ordinary
pr. par jlli.i.. off.-red to ths public, while its pleas
J ! cll'pcra on the system reuders it vsjily p.jpular
j with iln.4e ho um it. lr. Holttr'e reputation
; is wide-vpnitd, and the or wiili abh-h be pre
' pirt bU mrdiuine erenre ic lwy safe and re
I liable. The Ditlt-i-s are nit aurtwable in flnror,
I and as It contains nothing thnt ran impair the
j health, but on the contrary, contributes to Its pre
I ervation, this preparation most prore b'ghly pop
ular. It is a genuine and truly Talnahle article for
any of the above disoasee, and we sincerely trus'
that oar readers may test Its excellence.
I For sale by Unigglsta and dealers (renerally ererr-
where. mar28-lwdw 1 .
Itmir ityt'Hmir Itpttl -Umir MtptUt
William A. Batchelor's Hair ty'! The original
I and boat iu the world ! 1 1 Ail olhersare mare inil
tMtioi.s, and should be avoided, if you wish to "
cape ridichle.
UHAi,ua.u,or uaiii njea insuuiiiy
to a boautifnl and Natural Drawn or niaric, without
njry to tbe Hair or Skin.
F1FTF.KN MEDAL AND DIPLOMA kare
been awarded to Wu. A. Batcbelob since li'J i
and over 80,000 applications have Ixcn mmin to the j
Hair of the l'atruusof bis famous I).
W.M. A. BATCH EL0R'9 HAIR DY E produces
a color not to be distinguished from nature, aud Is
WAaaANTLb not to injure lit tbe least, bourvxr j
long it may be continued, a.i l tbr ill ertnets of Baa
! inid ied ; the ilaii iuisotuiet for lifu by
tbw Splendid Dye.
Sold in cities and towu of the lTnitf-d biar,
by IruKits and I'aiicy Ooods ileMlers.
ijcx.Tbe Uenuiue has the name and aldivss upn
a steel plU i-agravin ou four side of each Bix,
of WILLIAM A. BATCIIEL0R,
marl7-1?rdAw 16 Bond street. New Toils.
iHfr.' ttlrt.'IUftrttli Bmiehtlor't
Wigs and Toupees surpass all. Tbey ale elegant,
light, eay and durable.
Fitting to a charm no turning up Ix-hind uo
shrink iug'olf the bead ; iudud, this ii tbe only
Ftablisbuieut where thee- things ate properly
understood and made. IC Ifoud Street, Xew Voili.
marlT-lyrdAw
mi t-'mmilp .fwully.THt fllmwlmg
stateuient Heaks lor itself : (Frit ail.) " In lifting
the kettle from tho f.re, it caught and scalded my
baud and person very severely one bund almost to
a crUp. Tbe torture vaa unliearable. It waa au
aafulsiglil. The Mmlang Liniment ap
pearrd to extru' t the pain almost immediately. It
healed rapidly, aud left nosciirof accouut. Cmabi.c
Font kk, 4 Broad street, I'hiuvit-lphia." It is
truly a wonderful article. It will cine auy case ot
swiilling, Burns, Stiff Joints, Eruptions or Jlheu
inatisui. For Horses, it should never be dispensed
with. One Dollar worth of Mustang Taa fre
quently sated a valuable horse. It cures Galls,
prsius, Uiugbone, Spavin and Funders. Urn art
of liHita Huh: bold iu all parts of the habitable
Globe. BARNES A PAUK. Proprietors,
Uinr7-liinlA w New York.
lUttmttt mf tht iihttt mnd J.mnfr.-
Tbeso dlMeuses are too well known te require
any description. How many thousaud aie every
) ear carried te the silent grave by that dreadful
acoargo. Consumption, which always commence
with a alight cough. Keep tbe blood pure
aud lieaHhy by tnliiiK a few doses of JCD
bOS'li MOUNTAIN HH18 PILLS each week, and
disease of any kiud is impossible. Consumption and
Lung diihViiltis always arise from prrirleof cor
rupt matter deposited iu the air-cells by bad blo.u.
Purify that stream of life, and it will very soon
cast off anrt destroy ih puin. M,ii,t . and like
a crystal river flowing through a desert, will bv.'ng
with it and leave throughout the body the element
of health auu strength. A tb river leaving the
elements of fertility in it course, cause the be tor
barren waate to bloem with flower and fruit, so
pare blood causes the frame to rejoice in strength
aud health, and bloom with unfading beauty.
- Judson'i Mountain Herb Pills and Moun
tain Herb Worm Tea Are sold by all rucdi
ciue Denlera. iiinr7-liui4w
TAs Mmhtemp Mtpmmltemm tmpt Ihmt
when Neuatorsof the I'nited States and others oi
he highest standius- socially and politically, openly
declare that Weod's Hair ltestorativ," (old by
all good druggists), is all and more than all it pre
tends to be, we cannot do otherwise than to believe
them.
Wsee that th United States has mid an appro
priation of several hundred scalping knives to ou
of tbe Indian tribes aa part of It annuity. Aa It
is thus providing for removing tbe capillar; sub
stance," will it not lie well to order several thousand
packagw of Restore! ire to restore the beauty to the
denuded poll, and net leave nakedness 41 where the
wool onght to grow ?"
Caution. Beware f worthless iuiitatatioua,
several sre already in the market, called by dille eut
names. I'se noue uuless the words tProfssaor
Wood's Hair Restorative, Depot St. Louis, Mo., aud
New York) are blown in the bottle.
noi l by all Druggists and PsJeiit Medieine deal
ers.! Also, byall Fancy and Toilet Good dealers in
Bediam Mining Company, hvansville, Indiana
Office ou Water street, Itetween Main and Locust
Coot, in 'ituotitie of not lea than 20 bushels, de;
livered c any part of th city, at 10 cents per bash.
At tint pit, a cents. JOHN WYMOND,
oct'J 8srretarv and Manager.
mm t t T m J JS u bmokb-
JLk zou casea Boots and Shoes just received and
for sale cheaper than ever before sold in the W sat,
by niar5 J. H. MAUUkE.
IMP0R TA XT TO UO US'eKEEPERS.
E. R. DURK.EE A. CO.'S
Soloot Spioes.
WjBT solutely and perfectly pure, but giound from
fresh Apices, selected and cleaned by us expressly
for tbe trtirpoee, without reference to coat. They
are beautifully packed in tinfoil (liued with paper),
to prevent injury by keeping, aud are full weight,
while the ordinary ground Apices are almost iu
variably nbort. We warrant them, in point of
strenath and richness of rluvor, Iteyoud all com
pariattu. aa a single trial will abundantly prove.
Maniiluclured only by K. R. Dl RKEK A CO.,
lel)b-JAw 181 Pearl street. New York.
a MJ vn v
A? snle low t,il0 2 year old Catawtat irrape
Roots,
2,oo 1 year old do. and Kii,tss culling, all sound
rai.-ed in niv vinuyard. PHILIP DKt'KKH.
f.-Ui.iii-l.lw
Lots for Sale
as.V MttBT
JiJH I TKHJBB.
w " Ths ih
Host favorable opportunity ever nred
to the nubiic. Itu lota of 5 aoiee wo b, on the New-
burg road. l.' J mile front the tlonrt-itouss, and v.
lots ot & acres each, on Washington avenue, eue
mile front tbe city. As small a quantity as oue
luiirth ot au acre will be sold. If deeired. -- '
Aoply to WILLIAM BIKRUOWKR.
leJAlly
Removal
The undersigned begs leave ti inlorui life old eua
tomers, ami tit public in general, that he has re
iHe) bis .lock orHattdlerv to
v- a, Mmlloeh't Mime It, hmmrlh ttrttt
Mmrlitt Plmet,
Where he will always be found mannfacturiug th
beat of fuddles, Uaruoes, and other articles usually
kept in his line, and will H, ifur cash,) cheaper
than any other bouse in th city.
Please call and eraiuio my stook and prfcea he
fore purchasing elsewhere.
jaulO-Jm DAV,U CENIC-
TwV Of PBAHL, BTJtHVH-JVBT
received per steamers Ham Rirkman and Ida
May lot all cocking a DO las miry pur
U-ed equal to any snaoe. ror sale
to th trade ia
bit to suit purchaser, v
i. K.
GI LB BUT CO.,
No. A nyeamer st.
mafia
BUSINESS CARDS.
A. LEHCKE CO,
Produce and Commissioi.-
MERCHANTS.
nVWJJVO BBJLU. KJ IJV, UiitXS,
MJ Featlwra, Sds, Tallow., B.wax, Ib.ain.
green and dried Fruit, Potato agzv, iiiuxun,
and all other Produce.
Office north Water street, udr City Hotel.
Uiar9-3bid - -
, St. WBLXa.
WW. WELL j
GREAT ATTRACTION.
the nriRAP TABLE AT D. M. WEl.LS f
i CO S, SIGN OF THE BIG SHOE.
WTUmM TUK JVKS.V TUMUT1T UJ3
ar we will sell goods on our cheap table for carh
at las than cost at otbt r atorus. W oftVr t keaa in -diMementaouly
fr a short time, so aa to make
riM.ni foe uerspring stock, which will be in store
iu a few days, fresh from Boston and other cele
brated iKKOt and shoe niannfacturing towns; and
then, as h-rt-tofore, we will hve tbe finest aud bout
assorted stock of boots and gfcoes ever brought to
this market, to suit liotb oar wholesale aud retail
customers; and we tbink it will prove an advantage
to tbe citizens of Kvansrille to give us a call before
purchasing ebwwhere. 11. M. WELLS A CO.,
t.tuo'ewors to McRea 3c Wells). So. 8, First st.
feb
VVAJ. G. NEWITT.
PJtA C'TJ CA L OA RDEXER.
S AT executed in tbe neatest style. Grass plots
and gardens laid out and improvements of all kinds
made t order. Vine and all kinds of trees care
fully pruned. Garden taken to keep in order by
the year if required. Plana of not nouses, green
houses, pits, Ac , aud designs for gardeus sent OB
tbe shortest notice. ?
He has no objection 10 visiting pLu es near F.v
ausville. Hot water apparatus attached to hot
I .aaM,. Bratn housea. Ac
j - JCeaidrnce, oa irst Avenue, next door to B
A'i!ariyraeriltiU much oblige and be promptly
j ' feblT
WILLIAM UIERBOWEK,
X H. XJ Gr C3r X JS L7
AMD DEALER IV
I'AIXTS, BRUSIIES,OILS, VARNISH,
Window Ola and glassware, Perfumery of all kinds,
Medicinal Jirandie, Wine, &c, $c.
Htthinrtmm Block, Mmin ttrttt.
EYANSVILLK, IN&.
S Pioprtelor tbe Genuine Bell's Tonic,
iebll.-lrd
JAMES T. WALKER,
JUSTICE OF Til E PEA C E
' AND
OESKRAI. CuLLKCTING AGENT,
Evansville, Indiana.
(mice on Third street, between Main and Sya
Diuru streets.
HOME INSURANCE.!
THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
OF VANDERBURGH COUNTY, IND.
OBGJJ'lZIU JIVOVST, 1855.-
This Company continues to take rinks on
buildings and their eoutents, in tbe cily or
country.
Application may !e left with either of the Di
rectors, or with tbe Secretary.
Directors : tt. S. Teiiney, Philip Decker, Robert
Harnett, H. V AUU, J. B. Ableriug, V.'ui. U Pres
ton, aud W. Baker.
jnt:i-3m UOBKR'F EABLEY. Sec'ty.
Louisville Tobacco Agency,
KO.,87 MAIN STREET,
(opposite thb cocut nOUKB)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
rjIBB UJ'liBHSfVJ'B Ml Jt H
JL open, d an agencv for th Bale of all kinds of
Manufactured Tobacco .and Cigars,, end will eel) as
cheap aa the cheapest. -
1 especlnlly Invite tbe lattrouae-of the city
trade, who will hud it to their interest ! give tue
a call. - , - - - i
1 have ul so opened a complete retail tuck of
Candies, Nuts, KuUiu, Leaioss, Ac. - .
Also, a suiierior article of Gun Powder, Young
Hyson and Imperial Teas, Ul retail at 70 cents per
pound.
Give me a trial. JA3. K SPALDING,
jan-il-tf A nt for laniei palding, Jr.
j !c . n ti b u i ii c '.
FoaxKKLV ITU t'U.U, OlHMl Co., CfNClKJCAH.
MBiilkctntrf
FIRE AND IWKGLAu I'ROOF ,
l&J&J3J?jLt'Sim '
Corner Third aixl iitelu Streets
Cvuslaiity on bsnd, ali diCcreat aizes of Saras,
Liteot styles aud improvements, guaranteed to be
equal in durability and finish to auy Eastern menu
facturers, at tbw lowest Cincinnati prices.
Also Manufacturers of LOCK 8, WALL AFK3,
8UUTTEK.S, Etc., all finished in tho best style of
workmausbip.
Bpeuiueua of eaiea, etc., may be seen at Messrs.
Koelker, Kinsman A Co., 76 Main street, to whom
ail orders must be addressed. aug'Jl
Family Groceries.
TTVxxx. Caldwell,
SO. 9, HJtT 8T, BET. MAIN m LOCLHT.
JlM. ceive regularly during tbe comiug winter and
spring, a choice artiwleof
a HAKES TABLE BUTTER.
Also Poultry, Egss, Vegetables, Dried Fruit
Homuiiuy, Beans, Split ieas, Leaf Lard, Ac.
1LOVB AND MEAL.
My stock of staple and fancy groceries Is large
aud complete. Give Partner a call.
MSfN. B. Goods delivered to any part of tbe
city free of charge. deel
jcran iviiq"soj,
Ui-NCfACTCREa or
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
STEAM ENGINES
BOIL lil 3rt O :
Corr.tr Lest ar.J Wittr Strtets,
Bvmntttllt - . . -
- indinnm.
J. C. 4- J. G. SMITH,
No. 18? Malts street, Cor. Neve nth.
EVANSVILLE, ISO.
MJTEVU I. f UU TUB PJT fjt T-
rooage beetowed upon them, beir leuve to iu.
firm their I'rteii'ts and tho couimuuity iu general
that with the ai I of new uiarhiuery, tbty are ena
bled to turu out work superior to that of any East,
ecu make. -
Those who wish to have good TOOL, ami at the
same time encourage bouse manufacture, can supply
themselves at the factory.
Hatchets, Axes, Hons, Draw-Ruires, fork Clear
ers. Millers' Picks, ami Kdged- TovU of all kinds,
maale of double rehnod cast stet-l, and warranted
aiMl to auv in use. ' janl.ly
r Bieias, wioLje-
Groceriee.. Protluce Nails,'
W W sal doe tare 4a
Window Glass, Gbuaiwaie, Ac. Ac. No. 17 Main
street, betwoeu First aud Secoud, Etausville, Ind.
a. a. wncxLia. jahks t. aious,
sepo-ly
tuijmBtiJvo vji.n
lo boxes choice fresh hastens,
10 do do do oranges,
Jnst received by - - COoR A LANOLEY.
. feb23
BUSINESS CARDS.
; REMOVAL, :
111 ohcrt Hoy f,
j Jt R C IT I T Ml C T ,
Office Cor. Mam and Water Stt.; entrance
on Main Stn EvattsviCU, Ind.
j Plana, sppcittcations, detail drawings, Ac, for all
classes of bnildingi, prepared on short notice, and
on reasonable term. aug!7
V lioleMle nud retnil (J-.r in
TOYS AND NOTIONS, j
NO. 1 MAIS" STREET,
gTf HKBH CJJ BJ3 fHU.VIt J ;
WW full stock of ul! the novelties of tbe day ;
ior the Fall Trade and Holiday Presents includiu J
Pianos, Molodoons, Violins, Harps, AccordeottN,
Files, Flutes, Toy Iriun, Guns, iHillx, Balls, lea
Seta, Tops, Marble, Chessmci, Ilomiuos, Kire
Works, Gold Plated and Gilt Jewelry, Ac. Coun
try and City Trade solicited by
och-lv A. C. PTJSUKE.
"""JOS. SCK0ENFELD,
MANUFACTDR ER A WHOLESALE DEALKR IN
olothikto-
ClOXUS, CASSIJUt'JiES, SAJ IXETTS, TWEED
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Also, ltats and Caps.
No. S Main Stbcet, bet. First and SSeooto.
sepl KVANMVILLE, IND.
Thomas Redmond,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Groceries, Produce, & Liquors,
wVY. 133 Pvmv'i Block, JHmln SI.
fmiBB tJVJI K UHItiJ:l, r4VVV
AM. removed to No. 132 Posey's Block, Main street,
and disposed of his old stock of Groceries, is jut
receiving a new and enlarged assortment of GRO
CKR1ES, LIQUOR, Ac, wbich be will sell, either
at wholesale or retail, as cheap as can lie pnrchamtd
in this market. Having purchased my stock for
uai-h, I can sell my goods at Manufacturers' prices.
To my old customers both, in town and country,
I tender my grateful acknowledgments for past fa
vors, aud hoie by strict attention to business t
merit a continuance of their patrouage.
ttw Goods delivered in auy part of the citv free
of charge. sep2b T. RICHMOND.
J fr K 11 II V K L L I U T 1" S
CITY
Grallor-
y of jSLxrt,
Stain street,
SO. 45 II
EVANSVILLE, IND.
Particular attention given to Photograph
and Melainotype. sepo-ly
Watches and Jewelry.
P.L. CEISSLER
MAIN ST., BETH tt.N THIRD AND FOURTH,
OPPOSITE COVHT HOUSE.
WW-B VM'mr JUST HBTtfUJVBn FROM
mAW. the Kast, where he has
purchased a lieautiful assort
ment of WATCH CS, CLOCKS,
and JEWELRY of sveir des
cription, the undersigned is prepared to suit pur
chasers in every particular. He invites an exami
nation of his goods ami prices.
P. L. G I ESS LEU.
N. B. Watches and Cltfi repaliuj and war
ranted, sep-'-dl
W. II. P. STODDAilD,
JT THB itr.lt BBTJItLMSKKO
WM. DRUG STORK, No. 17 Main street, cou tin
ues to keep on buuds a full and complete aupply of
Medicines,
Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Glass,
brushes, Perfumery,
Lamps, Biiruiiig Fluids, Ac.
Which he soils at as low a figure as auy house iu
tbe city.
Alu, a lar?e and varied axKrtmei t of
AMimoTYPE bTOVK. CAMERAS, CASES, A VD
Cif Af7CML,
In bet, everything appertaining to the art. Order
promptly attended to, aud forwarded by steamboat
or Express to any part of the country. sept20
NEW DRUG STORE.
wf j-o u wJA-r imu to u .n u n-
B Iciuos that you cau dioud upon, call at
Thompson's New Store, corner of Main and Sec
ond streets. lie lias a splendid truck of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Wiudow-Glass,
Perfumery, Patent Medicines, Varnish; Shoe, Uir,
Tooth. Nail, Cluthee, and Hand Brushes; HairOiis,
Pomades, Pomatum, and Hair Tonics in endless a
riely. Th Lalies cuu find ull the latest Toilet ar
ticles ont, and of tho very best quality. If yon
want cheap and good goods, go to THOMPSON'S
New flrmr Store. (Ieel:t
HOTELS.
'fLBBUMtVHBT
WJ L. A'.
streets, Kvansville,
Ind.
One square from steam.
mv6-ly
boat landing.
ft T U'friiL, U-JTBK BTBBMtT,
between Main and Division, Kvansville, Ind.
ctl-tf
rBjnKHifjjs-
WM. H. BOIOOURT. Prop.
UOVBB, BUBtitJV, AS
WAX.
th largest and bei, arranared Hotel in the
New Eugland Mates ; is centrally located, and easy
of access from all the pontes of travel. - 1 1 contains
all tb modern improvementa,and very convenience
tor the comfort and accommodation of the traveling
public. The shaping ro ms are largo aud well ven
tilated ; the suites of rooms are well arranged, and
completely furnished for Snmilies, and large travel
ing parties, and the house will continue to be kept
as a first-class hotel in every respect.
apM-lT LEWIS RICK, Prop'r.
IMC- MoGx-ifiT,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GROCERIES & LIQUORS,
No. 8 8 West First street,
ap25-ly EVANSVILLK, IND.
New Dry Goods Establislmient.
rWIHB tiJS'BBBMlttjy'JRjn, I.MT.
AW the firm of Uuser Jlros. A Co., begs leave to
inform his friends and citizens of Kransrille aud
vicinity, that be has just returned from thd East
with, and is now opeufng at th CBHtcious store
room, on First street, on door south of Preston
Bros , a splendid stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods, consipting of everything from tbe lowest
price Muslin to tbe finest Silk and Dress Goods live
market afford. Having been long acquainted with
the business, tho uaderMgaed is aware that the
cash system is the only system which will succeed,
and Iherefoie duly s lia lor rash. Price? will ! in
accordam e. Therefore, all lot, need of Dry Goo!e
will call at the new bturc on First sire, t, v her you
will get the worth of your money.
Respectfully, - L. FREY.
maid
ENCOURAGE HU.UB L.AUUU.
jr M. jtBUjtn.na, CJHBJjiaK
JlZdO MANUFACTURER,
Main street, near the Canal,
Et'ANSAlLLK, ln.
Has on baud a large stock of iluggies and Wagons
of every variety all of his own manufacture
attach be will warrant to m superior to any work
purtbaMd at tile East for tho same prices.
During the Into hard times, aud the inclement win
ter with its impassably inuddy road. Hie demand
fur Carriage bus beeu light, and his stock baa ac
cumulated in bis wrei-iKms ; to iiisMso of it, -iud
to relieve bimsulf trout a slight pecuniary prossure,
he will sell ut remarkably low prices. Auy parson
whowauts a beautiful Buggy at a bargaiu, will find
a better chance br a trale than he hits e'cr batl be
fore, at DKGARMO'S.
New Administration!
TO OLD PATRONS AND NEW ONESI
J. P. ELLIOTT,
Successor to 7.. ll.l'ool.. Pioneer K aiuily Grocery ,
Ku. St Main Street,
TBB J W BJIJSUt U"ATH
JL an almost oudhi variety of Fancy and Staple
Groceries, which he intends to Bull at UNIFORM
prices. He will not soli ouu or two leading articles
at cost or below cost to attract attention ; but tbe
community mar rely on getting good ai tides at
fair average prices. I have something for almost
everybody. Mechanics, dealers, house keepers,
misses and bachelors can tend goods in which tbey
obtain value received for their money.
Janli J. P. ELL10TT'3 Family Grocery.
BUSINESS CARDS.
J. C. DUSOUCHET,
Wholesale aso Retail
FEED AND SEED STORE,
Dealeb ih
if .11", CcK-V, OATS, SHIP-STUFF AND BEAN,
Wmttr kt. bet, Main mnd XocNsf ,
novg-ly KVAN3VILLK. IND.
I
I
PHILIP DKCKliK,
(Successor (o ticker A Kiumer),
MANUFACTURER OF LARD OIL,
SOAP AM) CANDLES,
Also an .xtra article of
BVit.vi.va, i-.wi.va, if t:tte oil.
Dealers in Rosin, Soda, Ashe-, Jc. AUo
PURE CATAWBA WINE,
Of our own raising, in quantities to snit piircbarfr,
4H .Usfa ttrttt f btt. JTtrtt sV Sttond,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
S"Tfcrnis cash, or CO days' paper negotiable in
bank.
janau ly
EBED. SUA HP J. 1. WHlTTAXrH.
P. Sharpe & Co.,
W holesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of
A GRICULTURA L IMPL EMEN TS,
FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS,
130 Main St., bet. Fourth A Canal,
Evansvili.e, Isr.
sX. 3E.. ffSlTi arpo,
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
BOOTS. SHOES, AND LEATHER.
ALt"), LKALEB IN
Tanners' Oil, Shoe Findings, Tanners' and Cur
riers' Tools, Patent Lratber, Moroccos, Shoe
Thread, Boot Web, fc, Av. Cash paid for Hides
and Sheep Skins. No. 9C East Washington street,
Indianapolis. Ind. deciS-3mdAw
EvansFille Ccmmercial College
. T, J"ORTB fill ST STBBBT't
y w EVANSVILLE, IND. This Institution pre
sents every inducement to young men wishing t
acquire a thorough practical knowledge of Double
Entry Book Keeping, as well as a general Business
Education.
This institution has been in successful operation
for over five years. For Catalogues or other pr
tkulars, call at the Roo-'-s, or address
declo-ly JEREMIAH BEHM, Principal.
Theodore Mingst & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
NO. 4 FIRST STREET,
Between Main aud Sycamore streets,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
janl fiud
IIUNNELL'S
Flooring Mills,
CORNER OF
WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAL,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
AW is now in full operation, with new and com
plete Machinery of the '. stent style, for Planing and
Dressing Lumber, Plan" m and Grooving Flooring,
nixking Doors aud Snsb Mouldings, Window
Blinds, and every other description of work done
iu such establishments.
All work at these Mills warranted to be well
donetpd w ill lie offered at the lowest cash prices.
lrjpop!ar seeing and Weatherboarding con
stantly on hand, and will be sold for cash , ,
Brackets and Scrolb sawed to any partem.
Slitting and all kinds of Sawing done to order,
aud in the most approved style.
jyii WM. HUNNELL.
g0UtiNTVJ- BKtTTBBKS, WiIUI,J-
JL SALE GROCERS, Iiealers in Fortiiirn aud Do
mestic Liquors, corner First aud Sycamore straits,
Evausville, Ind. apJO-iy
Insurance Agency.
ALLEN C7HALL0CK,
Kvansville.
CNDERWBITEll AND GENERAL INSURANCE
AGENT,
AllJUSTEB OP AVEBAGES, AND NOTART PUBLIC
lie continues to isue Policies from several First
Class and most reliable
INSURANCE COMPANIES
In the Country, on aland and Firt ItULt. He wilt
also receive applications for
LIFE INSURANCE,
will nttead to the Adjustment of Losses
of eveiy description under policies from other
agencies, and attend to the settlement r all mat
ters counectod witj; J.'auUANUE, for parties in.
fui'ested. His long experience as au Ikhi ba.sce
Aoent, has made him familiar with all subject
connected with Insurance.
sr-0fflco. Marble Hall Building, No. B Main st.
SUUX NELSON JOSEPH t. M REYNOLD.
Auction and Commission.
S3 -VXX,C.f tT t i., BUCCBSBOBB
-M M. m to Woolsey A) Nelson, will continue the
Commission business, both at private sale and at
auction, at the old sfuid, corner Main and Third
streets, opposite the Vr'ashington Hotel, where
tbey will pay particular attention to the sale of
evory thing entrusted to t'aem ; they will attend to
any auction sale anywhere iu the city.
Particnlar atteution given to tbe sale of Land
aud Town Lot Ac. Ac. fc-bl7-ly
BJVBY't VBJJKMJ'JV, .47 at
torneys at b. Notaries Public .ua Heal lis-
Jle Ageata, Evuisville. Indmna:
Wu.L practice law iu the Courts of this Ea4e,
srlll attend to the udlectiou of claims in any part ot
(he United States, will buy and sell real estate in th
;ity of Evansville, in Vanderburgh and adjoining
Jouuties and in the West generally, and will perform
auy other duties pertaining to Attorneys or Real
Estate Agent. Lots and farms always for eale.
bVruiau spoken by a member of the firm.
txOmce ou Third street, opposite tbe Cart
House, in the rooms formerly occupied by the late
arm ot Den by A Lunkenheimer.
0HABI.ES DENBV ....TUEOOOBK W. VEXEMANK.
nov.Ui-finid
!mT A. JitMtJS'tlitJV, it a 1J BAJS-MJ.
rjtm ER AND
Blank Book Manufacturer,
First St., bet. Main and Locust,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
Blank Books ruled, paged and made to order
of the best paper, frota a Memorandum to tbe
largest Ledger. Music and Magazines bound in any
style. jelS-dA-wtf
ATimiafJBJS BKBItB! ii .1 B II Mi J'
B SEEDS I 120 boxes Garden Seeds assorted
Risley', Parker', and Shaker. Warranted new.
For sale low wholesale or retail, at
marZl VICKERY BROS.
ttOJM',
mXiHCU MJS'tM C'JJS'MMJLBtl.
50 boxes, assorted.
A crreat variety of each
article in store aud for sale by
niaril rVICKEBY BROS.
CARPEXTERS' TOOLS.
KiXTiu mjs MJWBMBjyrra owBa-
JL ed. Ohio Tool Company Planes, Spear A
Jackson's Hand 'and Tenon Saws, Butcher's Plan
Irons aud Saw Files, Firmer Chisels and Gongas,
Turning Chisels and Gouges, Millright and Socket
Chisels, Try, Bevel and Miter Squares, Mortice,
Thumb, Flooring, Panel, and Slitting Guages,
Blood's n.atchets. Hand and Broad Axes and Adzes,
Cast steel Augers and Anger Bitts, Braces with
and without Bitts, Boxwood an I Ivory Rules,
Bradbury' Spokoshavee and Brace Bitts, Haud and
Bra- Screws, Boring Machines, Ac.
we invite tne attention ot carpenters to an ex
amination of our stock and prices, as we are con
fident we ran make it to their interest to do so.
marl7-2ii JACOB STUACB A SOS.
AfiLTTUl PJfHCHJ II it tl it JTMTB.
stT A few of these very serviceable articles. Call
marlo.
CHAS. 8. WELLS.
2Tj UUJVi J T tt it JL H H A3 Ml ti B
-t Shears, Grape do (.lidiug blsilisi,) Rone do,
Prnning Knives and Saws, do Chisels, Budding
Knives ; fr.r sale by CHARLES S. WELLS.
tfJl A.MtA.Vi' el Jj M it V A it ti A. if B.
Every housekeeper should have it. Good for
everything. For bale at THOMPSON'S Drng Store.
tfA BBIJ Ii Mi BOB S.LB.Jt -Ji W
wlv Kock away for sale cheap for cash. Enquire
of BITTROLFF BROS.,
oiarlC 48 Main street.
City Election.
mWffCB MS HBRttH " HtVEJS- TO
Br V tbe qualified voters of the city of Evans
ville, that the auuual city election, tor the purpose
of electing one Councilman from each Ward of said
city, one Clerk, one Collector, one Treasurer, one
Marshal, oue Assessor an 1 two Assistant Assessors,
oue Surveyor, one School Trustee, and one Street
Coininisaiouer, will tie held at tha places hxed
by tbe OrJinances of the City for holdiug city elec
tions, on the first Monday, being tbe second day ot
April, 18C0. By order of the Common Conncil.
morn PATRICK BURKE, City Clerk.
GERMAN Jt FRENCH NIGHT SCHOOL
fWVMB PJVUBBSItUVBU Moar
AW respectfully begs leave to inform bis frienda
aud tho public in general, that he has opened a
night school for the instruction of tbe Freuch aixa
(German language. Being a graduate of a Europeaa
University, aud a teacher of practice and experi
ence, which he has become by exertion during a
number of years, he hope to satisfy all those who
may entrust themselves or be entrusted unto his
care, aud begs tbe patronage of his fellow-citizens.
Also, young clergymen aud students of the gospel
are requested to take notice of his lessons in the
Hebrew language. For particulars, apply to
Rev. DR. M. DELBANCO,
Professor of ancient and modern languages. First
street, rear of Bobm's Commercial Cofiega.
janiO-Jm"
r3ISCLL4!f EOUS
ISItAKIi RITTESBEKG,
Brjsa.ASir o p ticijjs", .n.aj'UPJt-
JCj Hirer of the newly invented aud improved
Spectacles, No. 4, Third st.. bet. Main aud Locust,
iu Judge Hall's Ner Block, Evansville, Ind.
These celebrated Spectacles are made of Bnizilisn
Pebbles, aud cons'roeted 1 A-.cordanct" with the
philosophy of nt.tnie, m .peculiar form of a
concavo-convex, which can be uncd by the old and
yeuug, either by day or candle lirlit, with perfect
ease, aud uounplcusuut feeling to the eyes :r:t nituy
experience front usiug the common kind. They teed
to strengthen nd improve thestcht, us will bes-l.
by the followiug testimonials from those n-itig
them :
Front Sumtif Crr, J7.;.
I hive purchased a pair of Spectacles fiem I.
Rittenberg. I have found them to be p.rfectly eaxy
to the eye. I cheerfully recommend ttc-m to the
public.
Frtm S. Sorenson, ..
I takegreat pleasure in recouiinendiug tha glasses
of I. Rittenberg to the public. They give great
satisfaction.
From Judge W. B. Moore, Boomiile, Ind.
For years past I have been accustomed to use ar
tiUciat sight, and have tried several kinds of spec
tacles, but I hare found none so easy to the eye as
I. Hittenberg'e. I take pleasure in recommending
them to the public.
Princeton, Oibton county, Ind.
Having purchased, and lor some time used, the
Brazilian Pebble Spectacles, gotten up by Mr. I.
Ritteuberg, formerly of Indianapolis, aud now of
Evansville, we can most coraially recommend them
as being easy for th eyes, and in all reepecU a good
article
Rev. JOHN McMASTER, G. N. JERAULD,
JOSEPH DEV1N, J. J. KIRKMAN,
SAMUEL WUITSETT, ROBERT DUNCAN.
uiarC-dAwtf
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Than the Richest Diadem Ever Worn
KINGS OR EMPERORS.
What? A Beautiful Head of Hair.
rmnB jbtmclb tuji t ivil i. t.
JL urally restore tbe color of the hair, (the
chauging of wbich to gmy being an indication of a
lack of proper secretions.) is truly a valuable med
icine. Prof. Wood's Uaib Tonic Is the only safe
remedy for baldness, dryness, premature change of
color, and the several evidence of a luck of secre
tions at the roots of tbe hair, which can lie found.
O'lack preparations abound, and ' hnirtonica " fill
every " corner grocery " In the conntry. Avoid
all ' hair tonics " miles known to lie the preps.ru
tion of some man whose celebrity ha become world-
wide. Do not let any nostrum vender experiment
npou your hair. Tonch nothing ynn have no good
reason t believe Is all that it purports to lie. Pro
fessor Wood has earned, by year of severe test ef
the virtues of hi preparatbm, bis present fame.
Over 160 certificates are before us of the value of
this Hair Restorative, from parties who have tried
it. Read th following .
New Tobk, Aprill9, 185S.
" DR. WOOD. Dear Sib : Permit me to express
to you the obligation I em nndor for the entire
restoration ef my hair to its original color. About
tbe time of my arirval in the United States it was
rapidly becoming gray ; but upon the application
of your " Hair Restorative " it soon received its
orgiual hoe. I consider your Restorative as a very
wonderful invention, quite efficacious as well as
agreeable. I am, dear sir, yours tinly,
"S. THALBEBG."
REV. C. W. HTJTER, INDIANAPOLIS, IND..
says he wore a wig for several years, but by the use
of Wood's Hair Restorative be now has a fine head
Prepared by 0, J. WOOD Jt CO., 114 Market
street, St. Luis, and 414 Broadway, New York, and
sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers;
also, by all Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers iu the
United States and Canada.
O.J.WOOD&.CO.,
ABE, ALSO, AOF.KTS FOB
IHt. .ffwvV'' m fJK f.B B MtOIT Mt MM
gia o Balsam.
marlii-amdAw
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL.
' 1 J t Hm MB -ma tsu. ""jaiW- 1-9 aLa iu
I f :A Al it U SmXAi M l
mUHM
DEVOTEn TO
FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY.
CHARTER PERPETUAL.
Cash Capita,
Cash Assets
- - $400,000
$547,712.36
S. L. L00MIS, Prest.
H. Kellooo, Secretary,
Branch Office, 31 $- 33 W. Third St., an
einnatt. M. MagiU, General Agent.
yAgents in all the principal Cities and Towns
a" the Union.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAW!
Sf Applications received, policies issued and re
newed, and all brsiuess perlaiuing to the agency
promptly attended to.
Also akclicationa received for Life Insnrance, in
the A.la Life Insurance Co., of Hartfurd, Conn.
Capital aad surplus over $2o0,00.
JOHN W. N.XSEN, Agent.
sJV Office, rorner of Main and Second St., over
Thompson's Drug Store.
WMHBM.
M Culs. T
VsV
rjfMtJLB, sr.V, fllf.
UAa. Trot, Sea Grass, Linen Lines. Vinh
Hooks. Jointed Rods, Corks, Sinkers, and An ificL.1
Bait. Double aud Single Shot Guns, Rifles, K
vofvers. Double aud Single Pistols, Gun Cups, Giui
Wads, and a large variety of Gunsmiths' Material.
GEO. S. SONNTAG A Co.,
aura 10, Main street.
rmHB
BBBT
mjv tbb ti ri'-aou
AS. bushels of r ure Piuk Potatoes.
War rallied
the best iu the market, at T. REDMOND'S,
uarS . Posey's Block.
fABBJiiB ! AABBJtiB t
2U0 beads of pure White Cabbnge, at
mart T. REDMOND'S, Posey's Block.
BUST M Mt C Ml MY" Mi II
PBM MJ1A.
BP ro
road. 100 bush Northern Oats, 6 susb Timo
thy Seed. II. RAMEY, Jr.
martl
CM t'AMJIJVCH TO
mM VK JBOJS'B .
jst :
Bittroltf Brother are now paying twenty -two
and a half cent, current money, for Spanish and
Mexican quarter. fob?
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MISCELLANEOUS.
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MOUNTAIN HERB ..PILLS.
Above we present yon with a perfect likeness v f
Texuce, a chief of a tribe of tha strango Aztec Na
tion, thwt once ruled Mexico. Too win find a full
account of him in our pamphlets and Almanacs
to be bad gratis from the Agents for these Pills.
The Inventor aud manufacturer of "Judson's
Mountain Herb Pills " has spent the greater part '
of his life in traveling, having visited nearly every
country in the world. Ha (spent over six years
among the Indians of the Rocky Mountains nd of
Mexico, and it was thus that tbe " Mountain ilrrb .
pills" were discovered. A Tery interesting no . t
count of his adventures there you will find iu onr "
Almanacs snd Pamphlets. It is an established fict ! "
that all diseases arise from ,
IMPURE BL00B!
Tho blood is the lit'o ; and when any foreign or tin'- -healthy
matter gets mixed with it, it is at once die-.
tirmited to every organ of the body. Every nerve
feels the poison, and all the vital organs qoickiy '
complain. The stomach will not digest the food "'
perfectly. The liver ceases to secrete a sufhoiency
of bile. Tho nclion of the heart is weakened, and .
so the circulation is weakened. TI e long; become '
clogged with the poisonous matter; hence, .
cough end all from a slight impnrity at the foun
tain head of life the Blood 1 As if yon had' 4
thrown some earth, for instance, in a pure spring,
from which ran a tiny rivulet iu a few minute
the whole course of the stream becomes disturbed '
and discolored. As quickly does, impure blood fly -to
rvery part, and leave its stiug behind. AU tbe
passngres become obstructed, and unless tbe ob
struction is removed, the lamp of life soon die our J ?
These Piil not only purify tho blood, but rogonti
erate all the secrttions of the body. They are,
therefore, unrivaled as a
CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, Ac. This Antl
Bilious Medicine expels frem the blood t'.e hidden
seeds of disease, and renders .ill the fluids, and so ' -cretions
pure and fluent, clearing and resuscitating
tb vital o -gaits.
Pleasant, indeed, Is it to us, that we are able to ..
place within your reach a medicine like the : -,
Mountain Herb Pills," that will pass dirwt'y to""
the afflicted parts, through the blood and fluid of
the body, and cause the sufferer to brighten with t .
th flush of beauty and health.
Judson's Pills are the best remedy in existence for "
the fallowing complaints: Bowel Comclatnis,
Coughs, Colds, Cbuut Iiiseoses, Costivenes, Dys
pepsia, Diarrhrea, Dropsy, Debility, Fever and
Ague, Female Complaints, Headaches, Indigestion,
Influenza, Inflammation, Inward Weakness, Liver .
Complaints, Lowness of Spirits, Stone and Gravel,
Piles, and Secondary Symptoms. ' - ; !
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE I
Females who value health, should never be with- , ,
ont these Pills. They pnrify the blood, remove ob- ''
structions of all kinds, cleanse the skin ot all plm- '
pies aud blotches, and bring the rich color of
health to tbe pale cheek.
The plants and herbs of which these Pills are , .',
made, were ewjjvered, in a very surprising way, .
among the Tezpajs, a tribe of Aborigines in Mex-, '
icu. Get the Aliiuac of our Agent, and you will -read
with delight the very interesting account it.,,-'
contaiusof the "Great Medicine" of tbe Axecs.
OBSERVE. The Mountain Herb Piiis are put op
in a beautiful wrapper. Each Box contains 40 pills,
and Retail at 26 cents per box. All genuine have, ,
tbe signature of B. L. Judson A Co., on each box
For sale in Evansville by Keller A White, Letch'
t Carlsted t, W. S. Thompson, and Bierliower
Broughtou.
B. L. JITDSON A CO., ,
Sole Proprietors, ' "
jaul bt Leonard St., N. T.
THE GREAT MEDICAL DISCO VEiiY,
ECOTILL-'S 8ABSAPAU1LLA A P.TILLINGIA, OR
EIuGd . at(i Liver Syrup,
"fob the ccriE or
Scrofulvtit, Syphilitic and Mercurial Dit&iees ,
Old Sores, Skin Disease?, and all other
Disease! which are caused by an Impure '
State of the Blood.
9 a " es 9 9 9 a 9 ' "at
t P P IP -),-")
A WONDERFUL CURE OF S CROP
ULOUS WHITE SWELLING I '
Btmd tht tlmltment mfJImrtin Bobblnt.Jr.
M IVJS tJ'Ji UB THB UiHtfr
AWM cases ever recorded f He row enjoy Robust
Health, aud has for the past year done as much
work as any young man of bis age ! This cure has
excited his ftiends, neighbors, and physicians, and
even some of tho Medical Faculty. One of the '
Professors (Dr. R. S. Newton), who was called to
see him as a surgeon, uot to prescribe, was so forci
bly impressed with the Remni liable Curative Prop-''
erties of this Medicine, that he has adopted it in
bis private practice, us well as at the College and
Hospitals.
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 1C, 1858..."
Meshbs. A. L. Scovill A Co.: .
f gentlemen : I will, with great pleasure, give,
my testimony ns to what your SABSAPARlLiA ,
AND STILLINGIA, or BLOOD AND LIVF.H
HYHUP, has done lor me. Some three and e half -years
sinco, I was attacked with a Scrofulous White ;
Swelliug, which was attended with mcft excrutt.
ating pains ! I tried various remedies, and bad
two of the best Physicians of the city (one of them
( a Professor ill an OU School Medical College), and
thoy failed to give me any relief! I was so reduced ""
that I was con lined to my bed for over three months.
The nerves and muscles of one b?g were so contract
ed and drawn up, that I conld not walk. I had
more than adoxeu running ulcers on my legs, from
which I took, from time to time, more titan One.
Hundred Pieces of Bone, some of them from three
to four inches long. 1 was reduced to almost a
skeleton, and my friends hod given np all hopes of -scy
recovery I 1 was in this condition w hen I com. . .,
menced the use of your Blood and Livurt$yrup. L
have used altogether some two dozen lc.. of it,
and at tbe same time the Iodine Ointment, which
you advise to use with it ; and, lastly, the Healing
Ointment, given under the head of " Whits bwcli-. ,
lug," in your directions. I am now able to attend
to business, and my legs have be'.ms so strong
that I walk without any difficulty and have eu-
tirely recovered my health, lours truly,
MARTIN BOBBINS, .Tb. "
Residenco on Eighth street, between Mound and
Tohn, No. Ml ; or at place of business, with Brou n
ft Villctte, No. 4 East Fourth street.
Read an extract from tbe Cincinnati Medical -,
Journal, Voi. 6, page 310, by its editor, Prot 11. fc.
Newton, in regard to this remarkable core : "
Whilo Martin Robbins was in the very worst
imaginable condition, we were called to attend him
lor a fracture of the leg, produced by a fall. Tb .
indications of are-onion of the bone, nudcr the
circumstances, were unfavorable, for he would sit, ':
day alter day, picking out small pieces of the bone,.,
which would slough off". I found him using Sco
vill's Preparation, which he continued to use until "
a cure waa effected. We rave him n 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 i
diseased at his was."
Will the alllicted call on the agent and get a
pamphlet containing the certificates of cures from '
well knewg ctlsens of Cincinnati ?
Seer-Recollect that this Medicine is warranted, (!
to cur all diseases that are caused by an impure t
state of the Blood. Scovill's Blood aud Liver
Syrup is composed entirely of vegetable, rA is '
perfectly safe for children to use, iu case of sore .
mouth or eruption a the skin. If mothers value "
the health of their children, they should eradicate
the seed of the disease before it is too late.
Read tbe statement of one of the oldest chemist
iu Cincinnati: '
" We hereby certify that we have ben made ao ..
qnuiutert with Scovill's Sarsaparilla and Stillingia,
or Blood aud Liver Syrup. Tbe ingredients are
entirely vegetable, and no mineral enters theprepa- .
ration. W. 8. MERRILL A CO., ,;
Oue door west of the Burnet House, Cincinnati."
Forsalebythe Proprietors,
A. X.. SCOVILL fc CO, I. ,
No. i West Eighth St., Cincinnati. ,
AUo, by Keller A White, Evansville, Ind.
N. S. Thompson, " " . .
! Leich A Carlstedt, " "
Abi, sgeuta lor tbe sale of Dr. Hall's Balsam fji ,
tbe Lung., and Dr. Baker's Paiu Panacea, for the
cure of alt paiu, both external and internal.
lebS ddwUiu . .; ,
ntCBl MtMCMi ! ! 15 JVBW '
ATm rice at Erskiue, Curnick A Co.', for $1, and.
full weight given 1 Remember, 47 Main st.
BRECKENRIDGE COAL OIL.
-WW, Jg MJiVB BBBJS PPOMJVTBIM
WW Agents for the sale of the BreckeuriJge
Coal Oils, pure and unadulterated, ard will sell by
the barrel or half barrel, at factory prices, freight
and drayago added. It is the most economical light
known coating less than one-half cent per hour.
HOBNBROOK A CO.,
dc3 Water street, Evausville, Ind. .
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