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Wholesnle Grocers & Produce Merchant. 11 A v L on hand andare daily re e- v W ceiving additions to their large and wc i !ccted stock at Gro cerua, wnn arc oii. rea upon iiDerai terms to itie trade, Sic 2.0 rack primo Rio Coffee, CO hh!s. Sugar, 150 Ms Molasses, 20 " refined Loaf Sugar, 150 packages Mackrrel, Nos. 1, 2, Sc S, 50 boxes1 prime and low priced Virginia Tobacco, UK) pkgs. Imperial, Gunpowder oi Hyson Tea, 20 racks 1'epper and Spice, Together with a lull and complete assortment ol groceries of all kinds. ap 20 tf City Qucem-warc Establishment. JUST RECEIVED, per ship "Astra-j-- . pon." ' . ' iroin Liverpool, aiuu ana compietijL, tment of Qurrnswarc and China, con- j Assortment consisting, in unrt. of: t towiim blue dinner, tea and toilet setts complete; Cambrian China do da do do do; American Flag do do: White and figured China tea setts, complete; White Granite and common ware, of every descrip tion, which having been importtd direct from the pot teries in England, the subscribr rs flatter themselves that they can supply their cus jmers and the public penerally at as tow prices nr.J on as advantageous terms an can be found in anyof the Eastern cities,and to which the attention of the merchants in the sur rounding country is respectfully invited. Having engaged the services of experienced packers ire enabled to re-pack ware carefully: and will be wariantcd free from breakage with proper care in hand ling. BABCOCK BROTHERS, ap20 tw tf. Nos. 13 5c. 14 Water-street. TO COUXTISY MERCHANTS. JOHNSON & CRANE, Water-st wholesale and retail dealers - in Dry I i L'',"' Grxxt, Boots and Slu ts, Bunnell, Hat oc, fyc Have just received their spring Block of fresh and fashionable Good:, which they are prepared to offer to Country Merchants on good frm. 53r Purchasers are requested to call and examine their stock. ap20 tw&wtf. Spring mid Summer Goods for Gentlemen. JOHNSON &, CRANE, Water street, are opening a splendid assortment of Cloths, Ctistinieres Tweed; White and plaid Drillings; Stripe and piaid Linen; Silk and Mareaillcs Veerings; black and fancy Satin Stocks; black and fancy Cravats; Panama and braid Hats; Fashionable beaver and .Silk Hats; Silk and Gauze Merino undershirts; Fine Mu-din Shirts with Linen bosoms; Cloth, Hair and Tooth bru.-hes; Gloves, Hofiery,&c.,&c. Iap20 tw&wtf. COPARTNERSHIP. J If. MAGUF.H Si CO., have this day associated with them Isaac Kck.n, in the Wholesale Jobbing Business. Which will hereafter be transacted under the name and rtyle of the old firm. JOHN H. MAGHEE.) J. II. MAGHEE& Co. GILLISO.M MAGHEE, Evansville, July 22. ISA AC KEEN. ) aug 7 tf. SELLIIVU OFF, AT COST ANI CAKKIACE. J II MAGHEE Sc CO., having determined to re- tire from the retail trade, and to devote themsel vn exclusively toWHOLESALlNG.will sell out their RETAIL STOCK at Cost until the FALL TRADE commences, when they will open the largest stock of DRY GOODS that has ever been offered in this mark et, and sell them entirely at Wholesale. Those who wish to purchase cheap at retail, will do well to call soon. ug7-tf. J. II MAGHEE & CO NEW WHOLESALE GIlOCEItV. r". -Corner cr Mai.x asd First streets. E J'J!'i Tnc subscribers would respectfully Ywi;inform their irieiuls and the public that they have remuved their Dry Goods from the "Corner" to the adjoining More formerly oc cupied by Ahlering & brummer as a Clothing Store, where they w ill coniinue the Dry Good business and will receive regular accessions to their stock from the Eastern cities. They have also received and are just opening at the corner of Main and First, a large and well selected stock of Groceries, comprising nearly every thing in the Grocery line which they wifi ell at tho lowest price for Cash or Produce. Country and city merchants are requested to call andexaminetheirstock. FOSTER Sc JOHNSON. Evansville, June 2J, 19-17. JUST nrrived, per steamer General Worth: 200 sacks Turk Island Salt. Now In store and for sale by je 2-J, tf. FOSTER & JOHNSON. JUST received, per stenmers Empire and Chan cel or : 250 bags Prime Rio Coffee; 40 l)Oxe8 Young Hyson and Gun Towdcr Tea; 10 hhds prime N. O. Sugar, 10 bbls Loaf and Powdered Sugar; 20 boxes and I boxes Raisins Loring's Brand; 25 do Virginia Tobacco good brands, Which are offered fo, sale low by je29. FOSTER Sc JOHNSON. RECEIVED, per steamer Diana: ft bbls purified Suirar, 10 bbls and i bbls Sugar House Molasets; 2 casks boston Salneratus. je29,t. P OSTER et JOHNSON. ALEXANDER LAUCiHEIIV, rrl Wholesale and Retnil e- Grocery, Iron, Nail, Tinizgjr nmrihmland Sheet Iron Store. S-ac3 WATEli STHKKT, F.VANSVJLLE, I.NDIAXA. "ITTE beg leave to call the attention of merchants, V Truders, and Farmers nenerallv. throughout the Wabash country, Illinois, and the Southern por tion of Kentucky, to our large and very general Stock of Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin Plate, Copper, Wire, Axes, Coiton Yorn ond Domestic Manufac tured Articles. Which we offer for sale at very re duced prices for Cash or Produce. The head of the house residing in Pittsburgh, will enable us to be regularly supplied with all articles in our line. Dealers and country merchants need not travel beyond Evansville lor a supply of all articles they may need, and they would consult their interest by giving us a call, as we are determined to merit a Hiare ot public patronage. The business will be conducted by JAMES LAl'GHLIN, Jr. $T Feathers, Hides, Tallow, Beeswax, and all kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market Pri'3- may 4, '47-tf. TRON and Nails. A large assortment of Bar jl iron, u tons or more just received. Also J0O kegs nails assorted, from 3d to G inch fpiKcs. for sale very low by may 4 tf. A. LAL'GHLIN, Water st. COTTON Yarn. Constantly on hand and fo sale the best quality of Cotton Yarn by may 4 tf. A. LAL'GHLIN,' Water st. T U3IBER. A large and full assortment of Pine a LuiriLtr. for sale by mayttf. A. LAUGIILIN, Water si. WINDOW Glass. An assortment ofWind Glass, assorted sizes. For sale by may4tf. A. LAL'GHLIN, Wale st VALUABLE Real Estate for Sale. Lot number 69 Mtuated on the corner of Vine and first streets is ottered at private eale until the first day ot AovemiKT next. '1 ho title is considered per fect, and part ot the purchase money can remain on mjoi ite. i or terms apply in "C -tf. JOHN MITCHELL. DUNES, Ac. A fiH supply of bench and other jl Plane, .Sit hand hy IJF-.6I t. . .M.tiKirt ITH. 9 EVA17SVHJLX! STOVE STOftIL SOMETHING NEW AND fSt Important to" Housekeepers. Jlyi The Subscriber havinu secured the Pu- tH I tent Right for the counties of Vanderburgh, Posey, Warrick, Gibson and Knox, for WAGER' AIR-TIGHT COOK STOVE, Now offers them tor sale, after having given them a thorough trial, withevery confidence that they areTUE best stove ever offered. I have sold a dozen or more to our citizens, no one of them could be purchased for the money paid for them. This Stove is simple in its arrangement, avowing all liability to get outof repair. Its economy in fuel; its strengthened plates were exposed to tire; its enlarged flues, holding in suspense so much heated air. its per fected summer arrangement, where all small culinary operations, with broiling and boiling, heating irons and preserving may be perlormed without heating the stove; its perfect draught under any circumstances; its capacity for performance; the small space it occu pies; the large size and complete control of heat in its oven; the smoothness of its castings; the elegance of its form, making it a rich and beautiful piece of : -ii j- " i; lurmiurc; uii constitute an cxtraorainary combina tion of beauty, convenience, and durability, which leaves it without competition in the whole catalogue of Stoves. This stove has taken the first premium both at the Country Agricultural Fairs and at the American Institute, New York, and we have numerous tes timonials of its entire success in winning its way to public favor amid the tremenduous companion of the East. The following cirtificates from Gen. Joseph Lone and others, who have them in use will speak their worth. Evansville July 10 1847. Mr. Thomas ScantUn. Sir: The Wagar's Troy Air-tight Cooking stove, that you put up for Mrs. Lane is an excellent one and she thinks decidedly the best cooking stove that she has seen, its capacity for baking is far better than any stove that we have tried. Rerpectfully yours JOSEPH LANE. We whose names are annexed having purchased from Mr. Thomas Scantlin Wager's New Air-Tight Cooking Stove take great pleasure in recommending them to -the public as being the best arranged cooking and baking stove we have used, the ovens being large baking can be done equal to an brick oven we have ever tried and with one half the ordinary fuel used in stoves, they are neat in their structures and combines economy, with every necessary convenience and in every respect the best article ot the kind we have ever used, and would cheerfully recommend them to all persons in want of a good cooking stove. Evansville Ind. July 10, 1847. DANIEL WOOLSEY. SAMl'ELORR. SAM'LT. JENKINS. C. G. DORSON. C. G. CLIFFORD. I also keep on hand the "Double Oven Cook Stoves,' "Premium Cook Stoves," "Air-Tight Parlor" seven and ten plate, Cannon, and other stoves of every va riety and pattern, and which I can afford and will sell at unusual low prices all I ask is to have those with ing to purchase to give me a call. N. B. Any quantity of TIN WARE on hand as usual, and all work in that line made to order and on short notice, at short prices. July 24-ti THOMAS SCANTLIN. Sycamore st. near Laughlin's corner, and Water St.. Moors from corner ot Maine. DENTISTRY, E GRIFFITH, M. D., &. S. D., having perma- nently settled in Evansville for the practice of Dentistry, offers his professional services to the citi zens of Evansville and the surrounding towns and country. He is prepared to do every description of worn irom a single loom to a urn upper ana lower set. His long txix-ricnre in the business gives hitu confidence in tendering his services. He has the Lethean or Somnific Gas, alatc discovery, w hereby a tooth may be extracted without pain. He can be found at his office on First street, between Main and Locust, or by enquiring at the Sherwood House. N. b. Ladies wailed on at their houses if desired. je 10 tw&w tf. rS BOTANIC Medicines. Dm. Hutchinson It-S & llatchitt have just received a eeneral assort- nient of Botanic Medicines, fresh and uure.which they will sell as cheap as they can be purchased in the west their stock comprises ail the articles used by batanic Physicians and families. Also various preparations of their own, viz: Vege table Linament, Cough Lozenges and Syrup, Ague and Fever Pills, Anti-Bilious Pills, Wine Bitters, Spice bitters, &c. Office corner of Main and Second Cross street. r Prescriptions attended to at all hours, day or nignt. mar is tt. "IX TEDICAE Asrency.Weare wholesale and rc llJL tail Agents for the following list of Patent Medicines Wister's Bal.oom of Wild Cherry; Taylor's Balsom of Liverwort; Smith's Tonic Syrup; Fahnestock's Family Medicines; Cave & Shaffer's-Tonic; do do Ex. Sarsaparillr do do Syrup of do; do do Worm Syrup; Covert's balsom of Life; Starkweather's Hepatic Elixr, Osgood's Indian Cholagosruc; M'Lane's Vermafugeor Worm Specific; Bull's Honey-coated Tonic Pills; Sands' Fluid Ex. Sarsaparilla; Bristol's do do do. feb 4 '47. W. &. C. BELL, Main sf . WIXPOAV and Wall Paper. We have a se lected and full supply of window and wall Pa per, of latest patterns, fc 181 W.&C. DELL A DMINISTRATORS Notice The under- jtx. signed has this day taken out let ters of Admin istration on the estate James Waters late of Darwin. lili. deceased. Persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment, and those hav ing claims against same to present them for settle ment, instate probably solvent, in this state. sept. 4. II. D. ALLIS Adm'r. ADMINISTRATORS Sale. I will sell at public sule, on the 2ith of September next, com mencing at 10 o'clock said day, at the Warehouse of Harrington, Hannah & Co, on a credit of six months purchaser giving note withapproved security waiv ing benefit of all valuation and appraisement laws, all the personal property belonging to the estate of Jas. Waters deceasedconsisting of 20 sacks eolfee, 2 hhd Sugar and some cooking utensils. sept. 4. 11. D. ALL1S, Adm'r. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. THE subscriber will sell one or both of his dwelling Houses on Main street East of the canal, each lot is 21 feet on Main street running back to the alley. One third of the purchase money paid down, the re mainder in twelve and eighteen months, aug 24 2m. D. F. GOLDSMITH. ADMINISTRATORS Sale. Will be sold at public auction at the House of the late Gustavus Copley in Texas, all the personal property cf the said decedent, viz: Household Furniture a complete sett of Carpenter's Tools, Cows; Hogs, one 2 Horse Wag on, entirely new, a quantity of Brick, it &c. A creditof six and nine months wiU be given upon all sums over threedollars, the purchaser giving note and sufficient security, also waiving all rc-liuf from valua tion or appraisement laws. The above sale to ram. mcnte at 10 o'clock A. M. on Saturday the 25th of Sept. 1S47. D. CHUTE, Adm'r. I sept. 4. A BARGAIN t npiTE IIoue and Lot in the fourth enlargement, of JL Lvansvuie, tormcrly owned by W ni. 1 owe. Em. in offered for sale cheap. Apply to AuS.?6, IH7. JOHN MITCHELL. SHERWOOD HOUSE. HV M. MlEKU'Don, Corner of First and Locust st. Ecansvillt. r''!'l ,.,,'J. THE Proprietor of the above well known and popular establishment, desires to return his thanks for the very large share of patronge heretofore bestow ed upon hi c. and to assure the public that every ex ertion will be made to merit a contiuance of the same. His table shall be well supplied with the best the mar ket affords his rooms are large and airv his beds un surpassed in the west, and every attention will be given for the comfort and ease of visitors. Terms moderate ap 24 tt. TAYLOR HALL. JNO. M. APP respectfully informs thef.TT' public ceneralll v that he has leased for a lit term of years, the well known tavern stand in lv ansvillo lormcilv kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately by benj. Nurre. The house has been thoroughly re paired, and handsomely fitted up with entire new fur niture, and those of the travelling public who may fa vor him with a call, may rest assured that their com fort and convenience will meet withevery attention. His 1 able will always he supplied with the best that the market affords, and his bar furnished with the choicest loquors, carefully selected by an experi enced hand. Attached to the Hall, and immediately on the Public Square, are his stables, acknowledged by all to be the most spacious and convenient in the place. Evansville Ind. JNO. M. APP. aug 26, 3847 t f. WASHINGTON HOUSE. Kt-IOUVeU. D. lURKIj DCgS leave to tender his eratelu. thanks to his friends and to the travelling pixiic tor the patronace heretofore extended to him at his old stand, and to inform them that he has removed his Hotel to the opposite corner, on Main street, which building is larger and more commodious, and having been recently fitted up br him, he will be better able to accommodate those who may favor him with a call. His rooms and bedding are good, and his table will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords. He has spacious stables and a wagon yard for the accommodation of travelers, and his charges as heretofore will be moderate. He solicits all Lis old friends and the public to give him a call at his new stand where he believes he can accommodate them more to his own satisfaction and their comfort. July 22-3mow DRUGS AND MEDICINES. -S ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Druggist and 4 Fharmacutint, would call the attention ol t the citizens of Evansville and and adioininir towns to his complete assortment of Druirs.Medieine. Chemicals, Oils, Dyestufl's, &c, &c.r&x. All of winch are carefully n;lected and received fresh from the Eastern Markets. Physicians and merchants may depend upon their orders beinsr oromntlv attend ed lo and the genuine article always delivered, on terms wnoiesale and retail as favorable as the same quantity and quality can be purchased at any Place. j mil assortment ot Jiotanic iWedicinea, Koots, Barks, Herbs, Ex traets, Powders, &.C., prepared and put up by the Shakers. Hallock's spperior cold drawn No. 1 Castor Oil, manufactured at Mt. Carmel, Illinois. A large assortment of Pattern anil Family Medi cines, Essence's, Hair Oil, Perfumery, Soups, and fancy articles Cologne, Bay ond Rose Water, all of the best qualities Seiillitze and Soda Powders, care fully put up and of full weight. Copal Varnish at 3 00, '$2 25, end 1 75 per gal Ion. Superior Talc French Brandy, P. rl . Goddard Sc Co"s Brand, warranted pure, for medical purposes ouly. Hallock's Worm Candy, a safe and pleasant med icine to destroy worms in children and improve their their general health; j Hallock's Cough Candy composed of Ilorchound Boncsci, &.C. for all kinds of (-nntrli. ALSO ON SALE. At the proprietors prices Dr. W ood's Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Eittcrs Seo advertisement. Dr. Upham's Vtgituble Tile Electuary See adver tisement Wilder's Sugar Coated Vcg. Anti-Fcvcr Pills See advertisement. Dr. VanZandt's Health Restorative Veg.Pilfe See advertisement. Dr. Folger's Olosaonion. or all Healing Balsom Sec advertisement. Dr. Peter's Vegetable Pills, Worm and Cough Loz enges. Dr. Le Roy's Universal Vegetable rills, composed of Sarsiparillaand Wild Cherry. Dr. Porter'a Poor man's Curative Sugar Coated Pills, nt lOcents per box. Dr, Porter's Poor Man's Strengthning Plaster, at 10 cents apiece. Barnes' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted to cure in all cases. Overstreet's genuine Linament, and Doctor Beach's Family Pill. Dr. Grave'a Anti-Fever and Fever and Ague Pills " ' Cholera Infantum and Bowel com plaint Pill. Dr. Grave's Pain Extractor, for burns, scalds swcl lings. Rheumatic Pains, &c, warranted lo give in staut relief in all cases. Nerve and bone Linament, highly celebrated for its curative powers. At the New Drug Store; Main street opposite Bo mcnt &, Viele's. . m jylO tf V. & C. II ELL, Wholesale and Retail Druggist., HAVE removed to their new build- KSsMj ing a tew doors above old stand. Mam street, Evansville, Indiana, and are fe? now receivine from Philadelphia. New York, and Pittsburg, the largest supply of Medicines. Prists, Oils, Dye-Stifks, Guss and Glassware, Svrgicai. :.stkume.vts, ccc everoHcred in the Evans ville market. Our goods are entirely fresh, and have been bought in person from importers and manufac turers ohIu. We are therefore enabled tosumtlv merchants, doctors, and and all others wanting these articles, enner wnoiesnie or retail, as low as they can nepiircnasea many city west ot the mountains. Those wiihing to purchase wtfl do well to give us a call before going to any other market, as we are de termined to sell at a small ndvanceon prime cost. All medicine leaving our house shall be properly packed, and all articles sent to order may be returned li not genuine, or in any way aeiecuve, at our ex nense. N. B. We will take Flaxseed, Ginseng, Beeswax, and Feathers, for all goods sold, or in payment of all ueots flue us. jan 14 tt. 1 UST Received, and for sale by the subscribers j 5iw oz. buhili Wumine, r rench and American; 130 EnglL-h and American Calomel; 3 bbls. Camphor; 3 cases Liquorice Ex; " do 'Aloes; 1 do Assafatida; 1 do Bermudas Arrow Root; 1 do Copal Varnish; 1 do Shellac; ' 8 carboy's Nitric, Muriatic andSulph Acid- 4 boxes Tart.Acid; 3 do Sal. Rochell; 3 casks sup. c. Soda 2j0 lbs. Pulv. Jalap; 200 do do Rhei; 150 do cab. Magnesia Eng; 16 oz. Sulph Morphia; 3 bills, cream '1 artan b do Senna India and Alchd; 1 bale Sarsaparilla, (Honduras-,) 1 do Sponge; 1 do Cloves; 3 do Corks, (bottle and vial.) feb.4 '47. W. & C. BELL, Main st. CHOCOLATE and Cocoa: A lew boxes Pon- Vy' Ion's tresh, tor sale t.y LtelSj W.&C.UELL TVTAC'KEREL. 3 bbls. no. 1, just ree'd and fo J.IJ. sale low by lie-.. J W, &.C. BELL LIQUORS : 53.3 2 hatfP'P0 Coff- Branq; rkSi n 1,1, !o I Jill Fort: ! bbls. Old Port; 1 do Pure Juice, especially for sickness The public can rely upon their purity, for salo hy ' feb 1 '47. W.'di C. BELL WHOLESALE CASH SHOE HOUSE: PIATT, BUCKLIN & CO., South side of Main st., between Fifth & Sixth, opposite A.Gowdy & Co's Auction Rora, louis villi:. li v., ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR FALL SLTPLY OF . , BOOTS AND SiJOH-lS, TO which they respectfully invite the attention of purchasers visiting this markat. They have now in store one of the largest stocks of Shoes in the city. Constant additions will be made to it during the fall and winter, which they pledge themselves to sell at the lowest market rates tor cash. sept 9-3t. OCTEvansville Jour, will publish to the amount of $3 and charge this office. Louisville Jovr. THE LA KGEST STOCK IN THE WEST OF HATS, CAPS,. ANI) FUItS,7 BEING OVEU 5,000 PACKAGES, OX HAND ASD ARRIVING AT 485, Coruor of TTIain and Fourth streets, Louisville, Kentucky. AND CONSISTING, IN FAST, OT Men's fashionable and broad brim Russia and Brush Hats; . I Do do do do do Cassimero Hats; uo do do do do Loner do: Do super Moleskin and Silk do; do; do; Do extra and super Beaver and Nutria Do Bucna Vista, Ranehcro, and Monterey Do and boys' Fur and Wool Soortins do; Do do do drab, black, and nearl Wool do; r . . - , I 1 ne ODOVe articles are all ot our own linnortatinn the trade ot the South and West. From our longexprience in this business, we think we can produce ar ticles expressly adapted tor that trade, and would therelbre say to Merchants and L eaters, you will find it to your interest to look at our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to tell as low lor cnhu the same articles can be purchased in any ciry in the U. States. Orders filled with attention and accuracy by SWF , , , . . R 8- BAHBKR & CO. N. B. VV e will pay the highest market price in cash for all kindsol FURS and PELTRIES. 83-bvansville Journal v. ill publish to amount of $5 00 and send bill with paper to P. S. B. &. Co. Lou. Jour. TO THE PUBLIC. IT has been truly said that the Supreme Ruler of the Universe never created a disease w ithout a rc mede for its permanent and radical cure and, it is a remarkable fact that the remody is always totind in thd greatest abundance where the disease exists to the most alarming extent, 'lhua it is wiih the levers and their remedies. In all low, wet, and swampy countries we lind Fever and Ague, and fever in all its vaiiey forms, carrying hundreds to an untimely grave early ; we also rind the II Uwtr, and the bom it,-1, in their greatest perfection, and it is from these two most valuable 1 onic to be found iu the vegetable king dom mat the only certain and posative cure for Fevers has hern obtained. WILDER'S SUGAR COATED NEGETABLE AN'll-FEVER PILLS are prpared from an extract procured from the Willow, Boneset, andCayenue Pepper, by a new chemical proces ot their own discovery, and are immediately coated first with gum arabic ana then with sugar, which protects theexiracts from the atmosphere, thereby preserving themeuieal pro(erties as pure in the 1 ills asthny are in the living plr.nts. These celebrated pills have beeome so famous tor their viitues in curing Fever ond Ague, and all other Fe vers, that but little need be said of them. Their action upon the system is wonderful, so wonderful that a chill or fever of any kind, no matter of how long standing, will yield to their operations almot-l immedi ately, and rarely takes more chan one or two davstoeflect a perfect and lastinrr cure. When ver ihv hv. gone they have universally superceded the use of any other remedy, and they only need a trial to convince every one that they are fur superior lo an remedy ever administered tor the cure of these most oUtuiaJe op pressions ot the humane frame, for which they aie rccooinmendtd. The discovery oi this medicine has been the tliect of lung and attentive study, and was mrdc public fom the most decided conviction, founded on ample experience ol its powers ot eradicating ircm the i-riiuii the most intractable cases ot t ever, after all other medicines had tailed. '1 he cuios pt noimed in llie titv of I il 1 ti ..: i. : : . i . j . r , . . . ' . ijuuist me uiuuc am cuiiiiitrm to esuiuiiMi iib eujerior iriues on a uaiia too solid 10 1 Hm cud ry the l:.0l i'Mlitv of the envious. It is worthy of re-mark, that the irreater nnrt of llrnse in-rsjins i K,, I,.,. I .., , . nently cured had jjreviously resorted to all other known remedies, and numbers hud U-en abandoned as Le yond the reach ot mcbical skill. Such is the fact, and socxtraordinnry were many ot tut catet cured, that they wilj satisfy the most incredulous that Wilder' Sugar Coated V egr table 1 lilt, are the only tlkauul rim ed v ever discovered that will positivey cure Fever and Ague, and l cverin its various toiuis. . We have in our possession hundred's of certificates frtm the most respectable t ources ; ns it would however be swelling the length of this advertisement unnecessarily, we avoid publishing, and will refer all thote who doubt the merit of these Pills to the following well known and respectable meichants, alt of whom have sold large quantities, and have had every opportunity of teeing the remarkable cures perfoimed in cats where every other remedy failed, and from all of whom we could procure a certificate of the highest com- nieiiUfiieoii: John B Beggs, Charleston, la Chas Bi-rrrs, Westfitld, 111; DrTC Moore, do do; J R Decker, Charleston, 111; M Smith, Alton 111; Thos Cooper. FnirirelJ. Ill: Dr L Newland, Salem, la; 11. Thomas, Little York, la; 1 L Lwing, ttrownstown, la; Geo. Moore, Bioominston, la; W M &,T L Smith, White llullla; John II Rulm, Mt E. West, Bloomlield, la; I 1) Richardson, a I u i. I., r rvnurewsvx. uurrueKiuuii,! onuuoiii-rj nice, espon -io; i uarnes, r ulron, ftliss; nierce, la; Hayes Sc L'ncell, Ohio city. Mo; AV Downs, Mt. Hope, Ala; Kern LiacKey, r avetteviue, la; in RwatmcKcr, noucnepori, ;lo; T M Gibson .V'C'o, Mt Pleasant, la;S L Ijing, Arrow Rock, Muj li (j Lawrence, Latayctte, la; YV u rerguson. t ruit Hill, Ivy: 1 & 1 Alsop, Carlisle, la; WT Short, Rumscy, Ky; R Aikin, do do; it,-, i i rj. n Jas D Kiggs, do do; Stewart iV Jenkins, do do; C Kendall. Leavenworth, la: Kimrslr ey &. Myers, JAP.McKoon, do do; W 11 Lewis, Hyatt &. Heluhenstine,Wash'ton Ia;S Garvin &. Co, F Hall. Mavsville. la; W Mansfield & Jas Waters, Darwin, 111; JohnCanith, ICTPrepan b and sold by J. . W I LDL.Il & CO., Louisville, Ir. And for sale in Evansville by ALLEN C. HALLOCK, wholesale and retail. jy 13 tf. THE FILES A "CURB FOR LIFE SECURED. Dr. i: phaui's Vegetable Electuary, PREP AIRED BY A. UPHAM, New York, a regularly educated Physician, who devotes his attention almost entirely lo this disease. No mineral cin be delected in the competition, nor anv other ariirla that can be directly or indirectly deleterious. The remedy was invented by Dr. l. phain alter h left college, lie was driven to find a cure for the piles by the misery the disease inflictl-d upon him ; and he now ollera Uie benefits of his discovery lo the world at large. The proprietor ol the Electuary unequivocally and dis tinctly avers (and challenges contradiction) that it will completely cure external, internal, blind or bind ing piles of the longest standing, no matter how obstinate Um case may be. or hopel'ssly the patient may bo considered situated. Three one dollar boxes hove entirely eradicated the disease, after it had existed in its most terrific aspects for twelve, lilieen twenty and tweniy-live years; in proof of which, the fortunate indi viduals who were made whole have presented the most positive and unmistakable tvtimony. In some instan ces a cure nas ocen cnecieu ry hx uost-s, or nan a oox, ancr ine ingenuity oi a nosi oi pnysieians, and tho dreadful knife of the Surgeon has been exercised to the utmost with but the smallest shadow of iuccrn. These are not idle assertions, falsely put forth to entrap the credulous, but solemn and wonderful truths to which hundreds will testify. Even it a surgical operation were certain to accomplish a peinmiiant cure, it ia too disgusting to be thought of, while theugony it engenders isappaliing in thcextreme, and shatiers the con stitution beyond a hope ot recovery. The number ot persons ellectually cured of piles by the Llcctuary in two years fall but little short of ten thousand in New-York, Philadelphia, Boston and otlv r cities til tho Union. This is a great result to boast, and is not equaled, or even approached, by any event noted in tho medical history of the world. It is reasonable to suppose that sneers will be levtllfd at these remarks. So they were at F ulton when he first made known the worth ot steam and its great practical utility so they were at the persecuted Galileo whi n he pub'ished his discovery of the Microscope so ihey wcie at Mors when he hinted at the discovery of the Magnetic Telegraph which is now a familiar and every dcy cllair. It is safer for the sutferer to try before he scotfs, and procure happiness and a renewed lea.c ot it Le life can. Many a man has lost his existence by permitting his incredulity to master hu judgement. The Electuary is particularly coinmendtd to the attention of married Indii s, one-half cf whom aro subjected to the attacks ol piles in a inidihpd form. Tho medicine can be safely taken under all ci'cumttan ccs. Either before the piles appear, or alter tliey have made their sad havoc, the victim is made to endure severe costivtness; gulmne.-s, intlamaiion of the spleen, kidneys, liver, intestines, bladder ond spine, with many corresponding ailments, forthe surccurcoi all of which nothing equal the Electuary, 'l hese pro fessions are not solely mercenary, but are made wiih a view ol alleviating lite distresses of myriads who can discover no method whereby to gain a restoration ol tin ir health. '1 h;s tact will Le apparent to all who in spect the medicine, when, by so doing, they may percicve that its cost must necessarily be almott as great as the price demand for it ! 1 V hile lliis certain and speedy remedy is to be had cheap, it ia crimnai to neglect to test its woi th, and put our unqualified asservations in its lavor the lost. Messrs. iratt&. Ketchain Gents: For several years pas' 1 have been troubltd with Piles, a very cos tive state of trie bowels, indigestion and weakness ol the system. But my complaint noibc;ng to severe as to disable me from business, and a dread I had of physicians and patent medicines, that until this Spring 1 neverused any medicine or applied to a physician lor relief. '1 he Piles then being so sever that I allowed . several operations to be performed, without any benefit. Determined after this lo try other means, 1 reed an advertisement of a cure guarantied by the use ot Dr. Urphan's Electuary. I purchased threa toxea at you"- store, and from the use of which I tdund myself entirely cured of the t iles and my health much improv ed. I remain, sirs, your much indebted friend. EZRA DIBBLE, 194 Broadway. PHILADELPHIA CER'l 1F1CATE- Db. Uriha5 Dear Sir: About five years ago I was atiiictcd with what was culled Chronic Dysentery. 1 havetuflered with it ever tince, and physicians have told me that my liver was affected, and that my bowels were ulcerated, tor Hood and pus, attended with a peculiarly put. rid smell, were the frequent discharges. A short time since I made a visit to Massachusetts, in hopes ot ben efit from a change of air, but suffered more severely than ever before. IP hile there a physician offered to cure me for $40, in three months. Happily, in the midst of intense pain, occasionally relieved by laudanum 1 saw in a wrapper of yeur Electuary a perfect description of my complaint, together with many certificate of cures. This gave me great confidence in the medicine, and I purchased a box, and nine doses of which has appearently cured me, and am prepared to say everything in its favor, or render any wrvicel can to hu manity by subscribing toils merits. Respectfully yours, BENJAMIN PERClVAL,tJ9SouihSixth-st. Letter from laptain McLean, U. S.N.s Rah way, June 10, NM7. ' "I have been atiiictcd for years with the piles, and have tried, without anything like permanent benefit almost everything assuming the name of a remedy. I had, as a matter ot course, lost all confidence-in medicine. Under this feeling, I was induced not without reluctance, I eonlcss to use 'Upham'a Electu ary,' and having used it for ahout three weeks according to the direction laid down, 1 find, to my utter ir prise as well as satisfaction, that every symptom of the disease has left me. I think it due alike to Dr. Up ham and myself to make this statement. "G. W. McLEAN, late of the U.S. N. Sold, wholesale and retail by I FY ATT &. KETCHAM, 121 Fulton-st. N. York; and by AX. HALLOCK, Evansville, and by Druggists generally throughout the United States. Price $1 a Imx. Notice. The genuine electuary has thc.'wriiten signature thus SCrA. Ui bam, M. D. The hand is also done with a pen. . , jylO-tf. PRINTER'S Ink. 5 kegs Johnson and thirant' "Spring News Ink," in store and for ile by -feb IS W. & C. BELL. WHITE Lead 70 kegs rcc'd per steamer Mai and for sale by febld W.&C. BELL. TRESH Teas: 5 half chesU 1 oung Hyson; 3 do do Pourchone or black; 20-13 lbs. box pi Imperial; 10-6 do do louruj tiyson. Onhnnd andforlery f4 W.&C BELL Mens' super extra Nos. 1. 2, and 3 Otter Caps; Do Shetland, Eur, Seal, and Cloth do; Do and boys' Spanish and Opera Muskrat Capo; ijo mi ciifc ami tiom Army ana xsavy do; uo ana Doys' uiozed, Cloth, V elvet and v elveteen Caps; Do and boys' Hair Seal and Sealct Caps; Mountainette, Lynx, Martin, Genet, imitation Lynx. ami mfmiilniMnro ami hm-aLaan .. .... . t . wvui V J. , I 111 , u i apeu, r ox, isueena ix-ar, anu misses Alulls. Josinh Harris, Colutubia, Ky; S T Wilson, Grcentburg, Ky; T E Newman, Center, Ky; McCord Si. Uri kcll, Lastport B J MaloneA Co, Holy Springs Miss, J Lindtcy, Van Buren, Misb; Vernon. Shawneetown, I1I;W i '1 homnsson, Richmond. Mis- . m. 1 ' F C iV T N Owen, Aloulton, Ala; Lackery &. lpgeu;Courllniid, Ala; (i Moore&.Son, Sonmierville, Ala; CS Encland. do: i n. mainewscfcvo.ureenvuie, Ay;it li t. leer, nil. nope, Ala; Geo W Short, Greenville, hy; II D Ed wards, Morgantitld, Ky, Rector & Oovershinor,Hamburg,KyS B Lanier, lirownsport. Trnn- ;,,- !. n" . . . Skilville, Ky;T A '1'homas, C'lnrksville Tenn; oodsonvule, Ky; W Loleman, V illiamsport, Tenn- do; A Morrison. Nashville. Tenn: Co. Scottsvillc, Kv;Ma isli MSi. Marshall. Lavl'avett.T. do; . or Internal Itemed)- lor the Tiles. REFINED Loaf Snjrarr 75 loavca Stewart'a double refined, ami three hnrreU Sir-u-nn'. trurh. ed, for sale by lleU W. Si C. BELLI QTATIOXARY: kj loo reams ruled Fool's Cap Paper; 100 . do letter do; 10 do commercial post do; . -50 gross blun and black Ink; ' Black Sand, Quills; . " " IetterStanns. Inkstand. &. dnswf arrlfnTttilerw fl w. &C.EELL.