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.'. INDIANA TONIC PILLS,
A Certain Safe,' and Effectual Cure for
CHILLS AND FEVER OR
FEVER & AGUE.
THIS remedy although tut a short time be
fore tha public, is gaining -reputation un
equalled by any oiher inedieine ever before
presented. Hundred are readv to certify to its
efficacy in the cure' of that inBiduoua enemy to
bcman comtort "FEVER AND AGUE." It
baa proven to bean estimable remedy in admin
istering for that most formidable disease. It re
establishes in a remarkable degree and very
promptly, the healthy tone and natural action
of the digestive functions; and from its purity
mg and invigorating influence, it can be ealely
taken and with benefit, in all diseases attended
with debility of the system. Bat it is more par
ticularly recommended in the case of Fever and
Ague.' V" - ' '" .
" It ia a never failing remedy and no family
ought to be without it in their bouses, particu
larly those inhabiting LOW MARS I1Y. SITU
ATIONS; and at this eeaaon of the year when
the atmosphere 'is strongly impregnated with
in team. '
As this medicine is put up under the proprie
tor's immediate inspection on the most scientific
principles. And having tried its efficacy on
thousand, there has not been a single instance
within bis knowledge, wherein it tailed to cure
when the directions were adhered to.
The following are among the many certifi
cates of cures effected by this valuable niedi
in. . "
- HOPKINS CO.. Ky , May 3, 1845.
: Da- E.- P Spcrrier: I do certify that I was
afflicted with the 'Chills and Fever' for a length
of lime, and was treated by several physicians
without receiving much benefit; Having been
recommended by a neighbor, who-had been
cured by them, to try the "INDIANA TONIC
FILLS," I purchased a box of your agent, and
took them according to directions, and it has
perfected a cure without leaving the system iu
that unpleasant and t-disagreeable .coirditiou
which eenerallv follow the cure by oilier rem
edies. , I can recommend it to the public with
confidence. Your ob'teervant,
.... , , t - WM. R. I, KEEN,
r , Prepared only by E. P.SP'JRRIER fc Co.,
at tbeir Chemical Warehouse, Sign of Golden
Mortar, Water street, Evansville, Indiana.
For the removal and permanent cure of all dis
eases arising from an impure state of the blood
or habit of the system, viz:
Scrofula, orKing'e Evil, Rhematisnr, Obstinate
IsUtaneoos Eruptions, rininleH, or fustules on
the face Blotches, Biles, Chronic Sore "Syce,
Ring Wotm or Tetter, Scald Head, n
, largment and Pain of the Bones and
-Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, .Syphilitic
. symptoms, sciatica, or lumbago and .
diseases arising from an injudi- - .
. , ciomuii of mercury, ascites, or
dropsy, Exposure or impra .
; , deuce in lile . A Iso, cliron-.' . '
lc co'nstitutionai disor-'
ders will be removed .
. . " . by this preparation.-
: The following interesting case ia presented.
and tbe reader invited to us careful perusal.
Comment on such evidence is unnecessary,
. New York, July 25, 1844.
" Mssirs. Sands: Gent. 1 consider it but an
act of justice to you, to state the following facts
in reference to the great benefit 1 have received,
In the cure of an obstinate cutaaeous ulcer on
m v breast.-
' I was attended eighteen months by a regular
and skill ul Physician, assisted by the advice
and counsel of one oT our most able and exper
ienced Surgeons without the least benefit what
ever. All the various methods of treating can
cer were retorted to; for five weens in succes
sion my bresst was burned 'with caustic three
times a day, and for six it was daily syringed
with a weak solution of nitric acid, and the ca
vity or internal ulcer was so large that it held
over an ounce of the solution. ' The Doctor pro
bed tbe ulcer and examined the bone, and' said
the diaeseo was advancing rapidly to the Lungs
and if 1 did not get a speedy relief by medicine
' or an operation the result wouldbe fatal. I waa
advised to have Jhe breast laid open and the
bones exsmined, but finding no relief from what
tad been done, and feeling I waa rapidly getting
,vorse, 1 almost despaired of recovery and con
sidered my case nearly hopeless.
- Seeing varioua testimonials and certificates
of cure by the use of "Sands Sarsspanlla" ' in
cases similar to my own, I concluded to try a
few bottles, several which were used, but from
the long, deep sested character of my disease,
produced no very decided change; considering
tVis as tbe only probable cure for my case 1 per
fevered, until the. disease- was entirely cured.
It ia now over eleven months since the cure was
completed: there is not the slightest appearance
of a return. 1 therefore pronounce-myself well,
and tbe care effected by Sands' Sarsaparilla, aa
I took no other medicine of any kind during tbe
time I was using it, nor have 1 taken any aince.
Please excuse this 'long deterred ncKnowledg
mint, which I tbink it my duty to make. Your
valuable Sarsaparilla cured me with the blessing
of Divine Povidence, when nothing else could,
and I feel myselt under lasting obligations to
yon. I can say many things I cannot write, and
. I da moat respectfully invite ladiea added aa I
have been, to call upon me and 1 will satisly
them fullv ' of the truth as Stated above, and
tnany other things in reference to the case
; - NANCY J. MILLER.
218 Sullivan street
For farther particulars and conclusive ev
dance pf its superior value and efficacy, see
..mnhlnta. which mav be obtained gratis.
Prepared and sold wholesale and retail, by
A. B. Sc. D. SANDS. Druggist,
-,t k : :., , v .-!. .97 Fulton street
Alsa.Soldby , May 15-ly
' ' E. P. SPURRIER. & Co.
Sole Agents tor Evansville and vicinity.
f B iHIS invaluable medicine was prepared from
' B en extensive practice of several years in a
bilous climate, and is never isowm to fal ol
curing Fever and AGt'E.or any of the diseases
above named. : '
Those who are suffering from diseases of this
kind, as also those who have become invalids
from their effects upon the constitution, will find
the India Cholagooue a most invaluable remedy
for purifying the blood.and throughly cleansing
from the system the niotbid effects of a billioua
The wonderful operation of the Cholagogue
in eradicating bile from the human system, pan
only explain its extraordinary agency in the
SPEEDY, THOROUGH and PERMANENT CURE Ot FEVER
and ague, and the various grades of intermittent
and remittent fevers.
From Hon. Ross Wilkijjs, United States
District Judge for the District of Mi
chigan. DETROIT, Oct. 30, 1841.
Mr. .Edward Bingham: -
Dear Sir With great pleasure I state the fact
of the complete and radical cure of the Fever
and Ague with which my son William waa at
tacked, by the use, pursuant to directions, of
Dr. Osgood's India Uioiaeogur. tie uafl as se-
vere in attack as l ever witnessed, ana l appre
hended a long.winte of una disease, which was
some years ago the case- when I resided at Tec
umseh. But I was providentially led to notice
your advertisement in relation to this medicine
determined to try it, and I lie use ot one bottle
roke the disease, and 1 am conndent has etlec-
d a radical cure, as two months have now elap
sed without a return of it, and my son is in the
njovment of robust health. It is an invaluable
medicine and should be generally known. Tru
ly, your friend, . Kusa Wilkins
From Hon. Stephes V. R. Trowbridge, of
Michigan State Senate.
Birminsham, Dec. 13, 1341.
Mr. Bingham: You .wish me to inform you
what I know of Dr. Osgood's India Cholagogue,
or aii'i blious medicine. I do believe that if the
irtue and efficacy of Ihia medicine were gen
erally known, the Feverand Ague would disap
pear in Michigan.
1 procured a bottle in the spring ot 1841, and
have good reason to believe that mvself and fam-
ly escaped the ague last spring in consequence
of it use.
Perhaps no summer since the settlement of
this fine peninsular has the fever and ague been
so prevalent as the last. I have recommended
his medicine in numerous instances, and
when the disease haJ become fixed and baffled
the skill of physicians; and I have never known
IT faiL! It has universally produced the most
happy effects, and 1 believe it has never been
exceeded by any medicine in removing the bil
ious d eases ol the. climate. - v
Yours respectfully, "
Stephen V. B. Trowbridge.
From Hon . E. Farnsworth, Chancellor of the
State of Michigan.
Mr. Edward Binpham, Druggist, Detroif.
Sir I have made use of Dr Osgood's India
Cholagogue and have had opportunities of wit
nessing its salutary effects when used by others
I believe it a most valuable medicine Tor the
cure of fever and ague; and also that ita proper
use will prove a most certain preventive against
its recurrence, to which persons who have been
atuicted Willi it are liable.
jVery respectfully, E. Farnsworth,
From Lucius Abbott, M D.,late Surgeon United
Detroit. Oct. 1, 1841
To F.dward Bingham, Esq., agent for the sale
of the Indian Cholagogue : I do hereby certify
that I have used the India Cholagogue prepared
by Charles Usgoou, M. L., lor intermittent fe
vers, ana it lias exceeded my roost sanguine
expectations in the cure ot said disease. I feel
confidence in recommending il as a perfectly
safe and highly beneficiel remedy and cure for
feverand ague, child fever, dumb ague, or any
other lorm ol intermittent lever.
I do further testify that the medicine has in
this vicinity, and in others where it has been
used, acquired a very high reputation, and tha
ncvery case where it has been used to my knowl
edge, it has universally produced a speedy cure
and restored to the most perfect health, when
all other remedies have tailed.
Respectfully yours, Lucius Abbot
Price $1,50. Sold in Cincinnati, Ohio, whole
sale and retail by SANDFORD & PARK, gen
erai agents lor tne west, at their Western Depot
lor the Bale ol valuable family Medicines,
north-east corner of Fourth and Walnuts streets
Sold by . WM. M. WOOLS EY,
jy3-3m. ' Evansville, Indiana
. I Jr. WOOLSETfel
" 1 hnnntxillt. In
H UST Drenared a lot nf annerior Tjmnn Svr-
EJ , ' ' v J
V up, tbe very article needed during the warm
weather, lor making Lemonade fee, lor sale by
ne gallon, dozen or single bottle at the "New
Drug Store," on Main above First street.
june 13 it. WM. M. JVOOLSEY
Gross Wistar'a Balsam Wild Cherry,
20 do Lee's Pills,
. 5 do Fahnestock's Vermifuge,
6 do Allen's Nerve and Bone Liniment,
2 do Thomson's Eye Water, -
20 do Godlrey's Cordial,
20 do Bateman'a Drops,
10 do Oil Spike,
' 5 do British Oil,
' 5 do Opodeldoc,
' 5 do - Harlem Oil,
Moflai's Life Pills and Pcsnix Bitters, in store
and for sale by W . & C. BELL,
Jan a Corner Main ami first sts.
OPIUM AND MYRRH
100 lbs. Turkey Opium.
ISO do Gum Myrrh. Forssle by
April 10 E. P. SPURRIER & Co
v,IIE aubacriber has made arrangements with
the manufacturers ol this article and will
be able in future to keep a full supply always
on band. o. P. SPUKKIEK & Co.
. july 3-tf
t . - . FOR SAE. - I
F RST Tate FLAT BOAT 80 feet by 18
for , lelow by jtf ly 10 X. W.RIELLY.
Vintar! Vineg art! Vinegar!!!
UST .received and f' or sale -'.'
25 BBLS CID: BR VINEGAR,
the beetjirucle in town , warranted gooci. oy
may 29, tfyj ALLIS & HOWES.
Wihtar's Balsom of Wild Cherry.
GROS just receive J and for sale by
julylOtf. ' E. P. SPURRIER & CO.
Che wins 'IVbacco.
, ANGHORNE'S be st Gold Leaf for sale by
july 10 tf. K . P. SPURRIER Si CO.
ti? 3 casks FlorSul ptur;
4 ca?ks English ' Lampblack, for sale by
May 15-tfJ E. f '. SPURRIER, & Co., .
. Sign of Gt l den iVlartar, Water st.
Famil y Floor.
SUPFRIOR at ti cl of family flour for
sale by G RiFFITH & CORBET.
BBLS Ke'nliawi alt for sale by
0wW . Ktrrixti cutlet, i.
May 15, '45-tfy
CE.itk BBLS. Fresh-Cincinnati and Wa
jsSlC&HJv bash F tovr, (or sale by
., . ALL.1S & HOWES. .
1 " " ' s
Fam il r Floor.
Bbla Cinci nn.ati Family Flour, s prime
article wa rranted good, for sale by
'. ALLIS & HOWES.
jfK TV g GU NY BAGS for sale by
93)JyPJ GRIFFITH &. CORBET .
. January 30 , '- Main Street
INDIGO, MADDER, ike ,
LBS. ve ry superior b. r . Indigo.
4 casks 'prime Madder.
3 bbls re'aned Camphor, tor sale oy
10 : IE. P. SPURRIER &. Co
Indians i Tonic Pills
GROS of this valuable Medicine
store and for sale by
15 ill E..' P SPURRIER & CO.
Sign ot Gol den Mortar, Water street.
Reams An iea Ruled Foolscap.
100 do Letter, ruled and unruled
n store and for sale i by-
Jan 9 - - W. at C. BELLE
Casks New Y ork (Cogswell, Crane & Cos
manufacture,) in' store and for sale whole
sale and retail or
Jan 9 , ,W.&C.BELL.
C lastor Oil.
Bbls No 1 CA STOR OIL, a good article, in
9 store and for a ale by
Feb 13 W. & C.BELL
BIu e Grass Seed.
Few bushels clean BLUE GRASS SEED
received and for sale by
Feb 13 VV. &C. BELL.
Pel enssion Caps.
200.000 Plain Percussion Caps
: . 100,000 Sp lit and Fluted do 1-8 and 1-4
boxeb, in store an d for sale by
Jan 9 - - W. & U. BKL.I..
BBLS C incinnati whiskey, for sale by
May tfy J GRIFFITH &. CORBET
GUNNY BAGS Tor sale by
GRIFFITH & CORBET.
UST RECE1 VED A full supply of Dr.
Sappington' TONIC PILLS, and for sale
by E.P. SI.'URRIER i. CO., Agents,
May 15-tlJ Sign U. M. Water at.
New Tamily Flour.
RESH suppl y of family Flour (warranted)
just receive d and for sale at $3,50 per bbl,
july 24 tf By GRIFFITH & CORBET..
Old Cognac Brandy!
HALF pipes Dupej c OtarUa vintage 1834
Jjr in store and
for sale bv
ALLIS & HOWES.
BBLS. Am. Brandy;
5 bbls. Am. Gin; in store and for sale
july 24-ti. , By ALLIS gc HOWES.
Dox Mart elles Refined, suitable for table
use, in stor e and for sale by
Jan 9 VV. V; C. BELL.
BBLS. Mad. Wine;
10 ' bbls sweet Malaga ;
- - z old sherry Wine.
july4-tf.2 By ALLIS Sc. HOWES.
Just Printed, .
ND for sale at this office. BLANK DEEDS
of a new i .nd approved form, and superior
to any heretofo re offered.
All kinds of E Hank sprinted on short notice in
a superior manr ler, and at low prices, july 3.
)"' 4 K BB LS. No. I Kanawha Salt;
6 939 70 Bbls. Wabash and Cincinnati
Flour lately received and for sale by
je 25-tf J. Si W. REILLY.
TI (Fa H'f Chests, 20 quarter Boxes, Can-
y ton companies leas, fresh, la store
and for sale at retail to suit customers by
Jan 9, W. &. C. BELL.
i Scythes. .
OA DOZ"1ValdooaV warranted, for sale by
maySaj BEMENT & V1ELE.
BOXES a superior article, receaved and for
Sale by feb.20, tf W.& C.BELL.
H GRO Linton Syrups;'
A. 20 bags Alspiee;
50 hags Pepper, for sale low by
May 1 5-t i J E.P. SPURRIER V, Co.
Sign of Golden Mortar,' Wator street.
Bine Lick Water.
FRESH supply of BLUE LICK WATER
just received and tor sale by
l.nay2J-tf E. P. SPURRIER 8c CO.
Sign ol Golden Mortar. Water street.
' Joj nbae Paste.
Case in store and lor sale by
Jan 9 W. & C. BELL.
ASSORTED Brasa and Copper Kettles
irom z to Ml eallona each tor sale vety
low by Ijy Ib-llJ DECKER &KKA.MEK.
5f?ifE OZQ.uUiine iuat received and for
im sale by C P. &PURR1ER & Co
CHAS. U BATTEL!,. ' ' , JOHN INGLE, JR.
BaTTEIL t 1NCLE,
- Attorneys at Law, Evansville, la.
Office on First st. below Main.,
March 27, '45.-1 y.
JOHN 4. CHANDLER,
. Attorney at Law,
Office on First st., between Main Sl Sycamore.
May 15,'45-ify. - :
JAMES LOCKHART, " .
:; Attorney at Law, . -. ' ;
Office on First st., between Main and Sycamore.
EVANSVILLE, I A. june 5-ly.
JAMES E. BLYTHE,
""' . Attorney at Law.
Office on First street, a few doors above Main
EVANSVILLE, IA. f june 19-tfy. '
- Attroney at Law.
Ot-Office in the Court House,
. ... EVANSVILLE, IA. june 19-y.
- Physician and Surgeon,
Office on First st.. between Main andSycamore.
. EVANSVILLK. IA. june 5-ly.
M. J. BRAT. 1. CASSELBERRY.
BRAY St. CASSELBERItV,
- PhyBicianr&. Surgeons. ' '
Office on First sT .ae'. ween Main and Locust.
EVANSKILLE, IA-" june 5-ly ,
DRS. GEO. B. 4c J NO. T. WALKER, ,
V. Physicians and Snrgeons.
Office on Main street near.the Market House,
EVANSVILLE, IA. , jy-10 tfy. '
WM, TRAFT0N. ' CHAS. 8. WEEVER
TR AFTON St WEEVER, .
. Physicians and Surgeons. ,
Office on First st, between Locust & Walnut",
. EVANSVILLE, IA.' july 3-tf.
DRS. DAN'li S. LANE it J. R. WILCOX.
)YHE citizens of Vanderburgh County and
-jy vicinity are respectfully informed that
that the undersigned have entered into a copart
nership in the practice of Medicine, in all its
various branches. Those who may choose to
apply to them, may be certain of being prompt
ly and carefully attended ; and when the alien
dance of both may be desired by any individii'
al.the expenses will not be increased thereby.
- " 1 - ' " D. S LAN E '
July, 18 '44 tf. JOHN R. WILCOX;
Clear the Track for the Mammoth Boot!!!
: H.J. HA11T& CO. : .
. Boot and Shoe Maker, . ..
Main st. between First ic Second at the sign of
THE MAMMOTH BOOT.
A large assotment of BOOTS and SHOES on
hand and for sale low lor cash. May 8-1 y.'
HENRY DA US MAN,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer in
Tobacco, Segrars, and Snuff...
Water sr., next door to Dr. J. M. Stockwell's
07" Persons wishing to purchase any of the
ibove articles will do well to give me a call be-
re jynijjlsewh may 22,'45-I y .
Main strset below the Market House.
Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of his
own manufactured Hats. He will at all times
pay tbe highest market price in cash for Deer
ana r ur onins. Inur 22-lv.
Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker.
Main street opposite the Bank.
J. Ward has carried on the above business for
twenty years in the City of Philadelphia; and
moved to the West about one year since. "Try
him once and you'll try him team.' may 8-v
W. M. MORRISON.
Fashionable Draper and Tailor,
Main St. 1 door from the corner of Second,
fcV AJN5V1LL&, IA.
fjT Cutting warranted to fit if properly made
up. May S-ly.
Cutting done to order and at shortest notice.
M A IN sfttEET BETWEEN t IRsT AND SECOND STS.
July 3-ly. m Evansville, Ia.
. J. L. B1TTROLFF,
Watch and Clock Maker and Jeweler.
Second street, 3 doors from Main
Repairing of watches and clocks and all oth
er kinds of jewelry done with neatness and des
patch. May 1 ly
BY BENJAMIN NTJRRE.
Having leased the above establishment, d
JrJlB formarly occupied by E. Ehrsam, and
fitted it up with new lurniture, he is now
ready to accommodate his friends and the public.
May 1-1 y
Coach, Carriage, Buggy Manufacturer,
Mam street between rirst and second,
07-Mending done to order and on short no
tice may B-iy.
O. COLVIX, L. B. 8TODDABD.
COLVIN &, STODDARD,
Coach, Carriage St Buggy Manufacturers,
Mam st. near the Canal
. All job work ia their line done cheap and at
short notice. may o,-o.ra
Shop on' Locust Street opposite the Sher
wood House. All business in bis line done
with neatness and despatch. May 1-ty
Second street, at the Sign of the Golden Kev
All kinds of Locks made and repaired cheap
and at short notice- Any kind of fine iron work
done on reasonable terms may zz-iy.
MAMTJFACTCB.ER In Copper,
AID) anu saeei nun cuu
DEALfcK IN &1UVC3.
.Oknn nn Main hniwaen Second at
and the Court House, at the sign of
Houses covered with Copper, Tin,
anH t.mr. and everv article in his
lin e fonushsd at short aaues. Mf wa-iy
S. B. KELTOX,
Locust street, neari.v opposite the Post Office,
. EVANSVILLE, IN D. Jjune-19-y.
C. HARRINGTON. ' J. B HANNAH. E. A. FAIRCH1LD.
HARRINGTON HANNAH, Si CO.,
Forwarding Si" Commission Merchants.
Witter street, Eonsville, Ia.
Still continue to eive satisfaction to all who en
trust business to their care. fiune 5-ly.,
r. U, BOFANDICK. . 1 ' J. VENNEMAS
J. H. BOFAXDICK k CO.
'" . . Dry Good's Merchants.
Main street, between First and Second,
May 8-ly. , EVANSVILLE, IA.
DECKER &. KRAMER
Dealers in Groceries, Leather & Finding,
Main st., between f irst and Second.
EVANSVILLE, IA. '
Hideswillbe taken in exchange, may 22-1 y '
A. GUMBERTS & CO.,
Dealers in Dry Goods, Hardware, Cneens-
wnre, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, ;c.
Main street, corner of Main and Second, "
; . EVANSVILLE, I A. may 22-1 y.
R. BY HART, '
Wholesale fc Retail Boot & Shoe Maker,
Corner of b irst and Main streets .
May 1-Iy EVANSVILLE, IND.
w J. II PHELPS,1
DRAPER AND, TAILOR.
, Water street, between Main and Locust.
May,l-Iy ...... EVANSVILLE, IND..
Dealer in Stoves and
Copper, and Sheet
Water street at the
Sign of tile Mam-
moth Coll'ee Pot.
'. C A B I N E T M A K E R '
Main street opposite thb W ash ington Hall,"
-f- - -r, EVANSVILLE, IA;--
A large assortment of Furniture 011 hand and
for sale cheap for cash'. may 7-1 y.
NEW AND CHEAP HAT
AND CAP STOE.
BY WM. PUSEY,
On Mam ei reel, one door from
W. & C. Bell's Drug Store
Evansville. Ia. Always on hand a full and com
plete assortment of Hals and Caps of every dis-
criptjon and, style now worna. Prices very Jow,
juiy 3-ly. V , -
PHILLIP DUES.ER, V
Late of Germany.,
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
te EGS leave to announce to the citizens of
JLw Evansville that he has opened a Shop on
First street, between Main and Locust, where
he is prepared to do the MOST FASHIONABLE
WORK in the neatest manner and CHEAP for
CASH. He also makes ladies Bootees and Shoes
of every description. june 19-6m.
-Tf E W T A I L O R I N G :
ES TAB LIS II M E XT,
BRADT & PRIKDLB
lWyOULD respectfully inform the citizens
JXjX ' Evansville and adjoining counties
that they have commenced the lAlLOKING
BUSINESS in all its various branches, on 1st
Street a few doors from Mai n, where they are
prepared to execute all work in their line in the
mst fashionable style, and hope, from their ex
perience andatrict attention to business to nier
it a liberal share of patronage.
A. B. BRADT,
March 27. '45, 6mo. S. J. PRINDLE.
A. B. Cutting done on the shortest notice
and warranted to fit if properly made up.
THIS extensive establishment has
been taken by the undersigned, and
will be conducted by him in future.
Having, tor several years had charge
of one of the most popular Hotels 111
Ohio, he is encouraged to believe that the Ex
change wilt rank among the Mhs I Hotels in
the Western Country. C. K. DKUVV.
jy 16, '45-ify,
ONE in the beat possible manner at the
Corn Mill, Texas, near Evasvilie by
May8-4m S. W. & S. DAVIS.
MORE NEW GOODS.
fHlHE subscriber has just received a fresh sup
1. ply of NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODb, consisting, in part, of
Blk and fancy Lawns and Muslins;
Muslin Delanes; .
'Jaconet Muslin; ' ' ,
Calicoes from 6 to 25;
Jaconet Edging and Inserting;
French Ginghams; ' . .
Ameiican do; ;
. Zepher Worsteds; ,
Shell tuck and aide Combs;
Superfine Kid Gloves; .
Parasols and Umbrellas;
A handsome article of vesting; Ladiea Slippers
and walking Shoes; Irish Linen; a superior
article of Linen Cambrics; &c. Sic. Ate.
which the public are invited to calland ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
ap!7-tf . 1 W. HUGHES.
, A Domestics.
fTJ BALES 4-4 Sheetings;
M.tF 5 do 3-4 Shirtings;
2() pa apron check;
; 20 P Bed Ticking;
' gO ps Cottonades and striped stuff" for
pants. For sale by '
May 15-tly. GRIFFITH & CORBET. -
HEN rumora ol war and other national
calamities cloud your brow, or rough are
your visages, come down to J. W. Bishop's, on
the corner opposite the ' Sherwood House,
there you will find at your service a' cool room,
and a sharp razor for your countenances, plenty
of cold cologne and other appliances, to cool
your fever . this hot weather. So that after a
short visit to his establishment you may go on
your way rejoicing, with a smooth face and un
I hope every lover of comfort will give me a
call. Jiy 17-tr.j 1. V, BlSUOf.
CINCINNATI FIRE ENGINE AND HOSH
MANUFACTORY ; '
Elm Street, between
Fourth Si Fifth.;
B7URE ENGINES, HOSE, and HOSE CAR
. ' RIAGES, and every description of Fire .
Apparatus made to order, and on as reasonable
terms as can be procured in any of tbe Eastern
Cities. , '
Fier Engines for Steamboats, also Steamboat
and Garden Hose constantly on hand. -
PAUUACK Sc. CAMPBELL. ,
Refhences. ' - r -. -. ..
(J. Seymour, Gity Fire Engineer.
I M.Greenwood. ,
eep 4-2m (F. Lawson. , v,V- - ; ' t
WILLIAMS & HOLLAND. '
General Commission Sf Forwarding Merits'
j no. is, West Front street,. vj
ND Agent for the sate of Virginia. Missoa-
Alk. ri, and Kentucky. Tobacco. We have
now in store and lor sale
SlO boxes No. I Missouri Sweet Tobacco
.155 " "2 " v
123 I 12 plug" " '
,.65 " I Virginia ..-
ZOO kegsfi twist Kentucky M . ..
75 boxes 12 plug - ' "
. 8$0 bags Rio Coffee, and a general assort
ment ot Groceries, all of which will be sold at
the verv lowest rates. " "aua I4-S3-tf.
' GROCERIES, &C. .
".. ' 20 BULS, Molasses;- 1 , - '
l do do Sugar-house j
' Sy Hhda. Sugar; ' . ' "
. 1000 Gunny bags;- - .
J Tierces Rice:
J50 Lbs. Zante Currants. - ' '
Jnstrecived. and lorsaletby. -jane
26-tf J. Si W. REILLY.
. . NOTICE. : ;
DissnMiTinv Off PinTVPBsnm. "
r 1 1HE firm of Carpenter Sl Ladd have this day
.il desolved by mutual consent, All these
indebted to the above firm are requested to call
and settle-. with either of the parties.
Evansville. Ia. ALVIN B. CARPENTER.
Jul 30th, 1845. OLIVER LADD.
Oliver Ladd will continue business on his
own account at the .old stand formerly occupied
byC&L. . . v: . - july31-tf.
'Bagsrys,' V'' -
NEW Eastern Buggy single seat. ' .. ..
Second hand do double do;
1 - do do Trottin? Buggy and Har
ne bs. For sale by
May l5ily l GRIFFITH &. CORBET
UST received 3 cases superfine French Mole
silk Hats, and for sale by
july3l-tf. WM. PUSEY.
WE have on hand a foil stock of Mechan
ic'a Tools, consisting ofr
Grooving do;-' J. -, . ,
Match do; . "...
- Sash do; " " ' ' ' ' ' V
..' , Beed and Moulding. Planes; . -. ,
Rabbet Planes; 1,.". "
'' Filisters; . --' ; ' '
.Table do; &C-, See.
May 15 '45-tfy. GRIFFITH St CORBET.
WANTED. ... . .
BUSHELS of OATS, Tot which
the highest market priee will bs
aug I4-tt ; J. & W. REILLY.,
Boots and Shoes, Ac.
PR. Mens1 lined and bound Bro
gans; - -
800 Pr do heavy brogans;
IOO "walking Shoes; -
200 ' women's Bootes;
200 " Ladies Slippers: ,. .
' "IOO do Kid do. For sale by .
May 15-ily. GRIFFITH & CORBET.'
JRWISSES Florence and Paris L
If JL fine article, fcr sale by -july
3-tf. . WM.
f DECEIVED per steamers Herald and Bra
iV nett and for sale "
30,000 lbs barand'rod Iron Shoenbergerf brand,
4,000 No. 24aud 26 Sheet Iron;
2,000 A. M. Steel f -3,000
24 Boxes Cotton Yarn; .
20 " Cheese, in fine order -JulylOtf.
, . SAM'L0RR.:
Suoerlor New Wheat Flanr.
nOR ea ie by A His Howes, Jeracld's Brand
L Columbia Floor, the best article ever
brought to this market. aug 21.
ECEIVED per Steamer Lehigh .
4500 EBS bar Lead; ,
- 4.0 Bags Shot, for sale by
june 5-tf ALLIS &HOWE3.
A fine lot of Liquors, Mackerel, Sec
JUST received in time by last S. B. Man hat
I PIPE Holland Gin;
" i do F. Brandy; '
I hhdW. E. Rnm; , . ; .
1 bbl St. Croix do;
13 qU casks superior Wines;
- 12 boxes Lemon Syrup
2 i chests G. Tes;
12 13 lbs. boxes Imp. Tea;)' .
12 6 lbs. do do do;
7 bbls Mackerel;)
" 10 i do do; fresh. ' '
12 i do dor' )
Which we will sell low for CASH. -
july 3-tf. . ALLIS 8c HOWES.
HE Co-Partnership heretofore existing be
tween MARTIN RIES and JACOB SHE
RER has been - dissolved. These indebted to
the grin must settle with Martin Ries.
Tha Business will hereafter be conducted by
Martin Rice, who respectfully solicits a share
of public patronage.
Evansville August 7, 1845. . ;
Y virtue ot a Fee Bill issued from the of
fice of the Clerk of the Vanderburgh cir.
cuit court, in favor of r raricia Link, and a
gainst Charles Peck and Emily Webster, I
have levied upon, and will on Saturday the 20th
day ol September, 1845, at the door of (he court
house in the town of Evansville, between the
hours of 10 o'clok A M and 6 o'clock P M of
said day expose to sale at public auction and '
out cry, the rents,- issues, : and profits ior the
term of seven years of the folio wiug described
land, to wit:
The west half out lot No 5 on the r tan of out
lots laid out by R. Ml Evans, being part of tbe
north-west quarter section 29, town 6, range 10,'
and ahould 110 person offeror bill for said rents,
issues, and profits, a sum eufiicient to satisfy
said fee Bill, 1 will at the same time and place
proceed to sell at public auction and outcry the
fee simple of said above described land for the
satisfaction of aaid fee billand accruing costs.
aug 8-p f $2 WM. M, WALKER, S.V.C