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THE EDUCATION OF Til C IIEAltT. We commend the subjoined judicious re marks from the London Quarterly Review to the discriminating attention and regard as well of parents as of teachers. They con tain an important principle in reference to the education of the young, and olo which cannot be too carefully heeded; "I i is the vice of the age to substitute learning for wisdomto educate the head, and to forget that there is a more important education necessary for the heart. The rea son is cultivated at an age when Nature does not furnish the elements necessary to a sue cesstul cultivation of it; and the child is solicited to reflection when he is only capa ble of sensation and emotion. In infancy the attention and the memory are only exci ted strongly by things which impress the senes and move the heart, and a father shall 'instil more solid and available instruction in nn hoar spent in the fields, where wisdom and good n oss are examplified, seen and felt, than in a month spent in the study, where they are expounded in stereotyped aphor isms. "No physician doubts that precacious chil dren in fifty cases for one, are much the worse for the discipline they have undergone The mind seems to have been stained, and the foundations for insanity are laid. When -studies of maturer years are stuffed into the head of the child, people do not reflect on the ana'omical fact that the brain of an in fant is not the brain of a man ; that the one is confirmed, and can bear exertion the oth er is growing, and requires repose; that to force the attention to abstract facts to load the memory with chronological and histori cal or scientific detail in short to expect a child's brain to bear with impunity the exer tions of a man's, is just as rational as it would bo to hazard the same sort of experiment on its muscles. ! "The first eight or ten years of life should be devoted to the education of the heart to the formation of principles, rather than to the acquirement of what is usually termed knowledge. Nature herself points out such a course; for the emotions are then the live liest, and most easily moulded, being as yet unalloyed by passion. It is from this source that the mass of men are hereafter to draw the ir sum of happiness or misery; the actions of the immense majority are, under all cir cumstances, detirmined much more by feel ing than reflection; in truth, life presents an infinity of occasions where it is essential to happiness that we should feol rightly; very few where it is at all necessary that we should think proloundly. "Up to the seventh year ol lite very great changes are going on in the structure of the brain, and demand, therefore, the utmost at tention not to interrupt them by improper or over excitement. Just that decree of exer cise should be given to the brain at this peri od as is necessary to its health; and the best is oral instruction, exemplified by ob jicts which strike the senses. "It is perhaps necessary to add that, at this period of life, special attention should be given both by parents and teachers, to the physical development of (he child. Pure a'r and freo exercise are indispensable, and wherever either of these is withheld the con sequences will bo certain to extend them selves ever the whole future lifo. The seeds A protracted and hopeless suffering have, in innumerable instances, been sown in the con stitution of the child simply through igno rance of this great fundamental physical law; and the time has come when the united voi ces of these innocent victims should ascend, trumpet-tonguea, to the ears ol every pa rent and every teacher in the hnd. Give us free air and wholesome exercise; leave to develop our expanding energies in accord ance with the laws of our being, and full scope for the elastic and bounding impulses of our young blood Dr. Murpbjr'a Sugar-Coated Vegetable Antfllillious nnd Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. IJREPAREDby Wm. II. Mukpav, M. D. 381 A Pearl Street New l ork. trice 2! cents i-er box These Pills are composed enterel v of Vegetable ingre dients, and contain not one particle of calomel or mer cury in any tonn, nor any mineral substance what ever, and may be taken at all times and under all circumstanced, nnd by all ages, without any fear of the sad consequence often attending mercurial and mineral preparations. Persons exposed to changes of weather and climate travelers, emigrants, seamen, soldiers, &.c are recommended to provide themselves with a supply of these Pills. Their extraordinary ef ficacy in those complaints which prevail in our South ern and Western States during the summer months, and particularly along tho hanksof rivers, la'-.cs and ponds, and in those sections where the land is not all cleared up and drained, might be seen from the piles of letters received by the Proprietor, which have been ad dressed to him by those who aresreatful for the ben efit derived from the use of his Pills. Dr MURPHY'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE Anti-Fever Pill!), For the Immediate and Permanent cure of Ague and Fever, Chills and Fever; and all other Fevers. Prepared by Wm. Mirfhy, M. D. aS4 Pearl Street iNew i ork. $500 REWARD. I will give Five Hundred Dollars to cny person who win prouuee, at a icss cost, a Dctter, a more innocent nnd more perfect cure for Aeueand Fever, or Chills nnd Fever, than Dr. Murphy's Sugnr-Co-red Veset able Anti-Fever Pills. I will also give Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars to any person who will show a sin gle case where any injurous effects have attended the use of these Pills. They are warranted in all cases to eure Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, when taken according to the direction accomomrmnving them. WM. MURPHY, M. 1). Price 50 rents per box. Agents for Evansville, W fcC. BELL; Mt. Vernon, D. McMullen; New Har mony, Agniel & Son; Cynthiana, Wm. Whiting; Owonsville, John Graham; Princeton, J. R. Camp bell; Columbia, W. J. Casey. june 24 tw 'm. Au.m.iisuiAiUKiisaie 1 will sell at public sale, on the 2'Jth of Sentembr r next, com niencing at 10 o'clock said day, at the Warehouse of jiarnngion, nannan ccio,on a crxlit otsix months purchaser giving note with approved security waiv jug benefit of all valuation and appraisement laws, all tbe pprwinal property belonging to the estate of Ja. B-rBurccnwu,-onsisnng oi sacKSCOllee, I hlld fugvand some conking utensils, ropt. i. H D. AT-LIj?. Arfm'r. Ti 1 .-, f -; . J tkii.. I(1T A SOVEREIGN remedy for Ague and Fever. This great Remedy: to which the public atten tion is particularly called, has been extensively used In the western &. south western states, as a spee dy safe and certain cure for Ague and fever, Dumb Aerie. Chill, or intermittent Fever. J'lie unexampled and complete success attending its use; and so well proven have become its wide spread victories over every form ot Ague in the west that the 'Febrifuge' '.a now superseding every other offered remedial agent, and looked upon a9 the only one that can be relied upon in all stages of the disease. The many thousands of instances wherein it has wrought cures, while no instance is known, norcan be shown of failure, warrants it in btinz offered as possessing the three cardinal merits, without which no medicine can be safely used in Auge cases. These merits r.re, that its cures are safe, certain and perma nent, C. S. Mackenzie & Co Cleveland Ohio, proprie tors. CrFor sale by Hoadley, Phelps &. Co, wholesale a gents New York, and by Brinkcrhoff &. Penton, Chi cngo, 111; Ewards Sc. Francis, tit. Louis, Mo. and by Druggists generally throughout the United States. For sale by WM. M. WOOLSEYagent for Ev ansville, Ind. may 1 9m. VERY IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION TO ALL PERSONS IN ALL PLACES, At all times, And under all Circumstances! JFyou are sick, get cured; if well, emoloy measures to continue so. Every individual indulges in hab its, which must, to a greater or lesser extent, disar range the ndmirable and intricate combinations which form the system, and consequently EVERY INDIVIDUAL should possess some mild, yet efficacious, simple and accredited agent for preserving all functions of the body y in good urdcr. UK. VVLHJIJ'S SARSAPARILLA AXD WILD CHERRY BITTERS will achieve this result, and should be in every family, and in the hands of every person, who, by business, profession or general course of life, is predis posed to the very many little ailments that render life a curse, instead of a blessing, and finally result in their aggregated condition in the cause OF DEATH. The Bitters here mentioned are compounded by a mini of great skill and knowledge, from the simples ature presents to those who care to hnd them, and which are the only reliable antidotes to the poison of disease. The chief ingredients are the universally be loved Sarsaparilla and the Bark of the Wild Cherry tree, with which the red man of the forest cures near ly every disease of the internal organs These mate rials, though powerful in their action, are, as common sense teaches us. ENTIRELY HARMLESS: and prepared as they ore here, one of the greatest med ical operatives in the inhabitable globe. By taking these Bitters, the scrolulous may be restored to beau tv; and avoid the sharp knife of the surgeon; for they not only eradicate pimples and tumors, but over come CANCER AND KING'S EVIL! Whoever is subjected to the horrors of constipation should at once purchase this sure remedy. In the train of Costiveness follow dreadful local congestions. oftentimes insanity, very frequently mania or hypo chondria, violent headaches, palpitations, and other affections ot the heart, and rheumatic swellings, Dr. Wood's Compound is one of tho most elhdent medicines in routing these complaints, and their fountain head that can possibly be procured. t rom being confined in close rooms, ana irom ta king a small modicum of exercise, numerous persons daily are made to deplore a loss of appetite, head aches, weakness of the muscles, languor want of en ergy Buthcient to permit them toseeK recreation, olc. &c. 1 nesc persons say ior years mat tncy -uon i leel very well." If they do not employ a method by which thev can leel quite well, they eventually sinn under a severe fit of illness, nnd are SAVK ) UlU.vl T1IK liKA V ti only by a miracle, and even then the lancet, leech. hitter nnd calomel have leu tncni mere snaiiereu hulks, full of aches and sorrows, and not only a pest to themselves, but a source ot disgust and annoyance to all with whom they come in contact. All these FEARFUL CONSEQUENCES may be avoided by an early application to the virtues of these Bitters. For the truth ot this, the proprietor pledges his word and honor, and in evidence can show tiles of undoubted certificates which he has received unsolicited from all qaurters. He does not however, ask. the invalid to swallow his certificates, but his Bitters, and is willing to stuke all he holds dear on earth in favor of their worth. THE DYSPEPSIA, in either a modified or severe form, will disappear be fore the qualities of Dr. Wood's preperation, and the cure may be relied on as o permanent one. Did the Bitters possess no other recommendation, it would be one ol the finest vegetable coniHunds medical sci ence can invent; but it is equal to the complete erad ication of LIVER COMPLAINT, in every shaoc. and ofeverv affection, minor or ei- eantic: of the biliarv anaratus. Individuals who are constitutionally biliious ought regularly to take this mild agreeable and excellent toxic and aperient, as it will dilluse health throughout every nore ot the frame, and send happiness and love of life thril ling to the heart. J: amilics ought to keep it on hand. Every medicine chest on board ship should also be well stocked with this capital remedy, as KrSCUR V Y.C8 cannot atllict tin who take it, or long resist its vigorous assaults. All impurities of the blood vanish before it, and the old relics of early imprudence invariably disappear, soon after being submitted to its action. Every complaint of the stomach is broken by it. I he Bitters have in no instance tailed ot curing jai.-xdice, general deisimty every disorganiza-tion of THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. By neglecting the little inroads made upon the dat tcr a vast partion of our fellow beings are rendercl extemelv miserable so miserable, indeed, that they wish to die. Every bottle of "Dr. Woods' Sarsapa rilla and Wild Cherry Bitters" contains a modicum of joy and content far each of these anxious and impru dent sutterers. Kemcmoer mat an injudicious use oi mercury is inevitably productive of many evils which are put to flight by this glorious and unsurpassable compound; and that arllietions which are HEREDITARY may speedily and safely be shuffled off through its a cency. As a medicine which nust benefit EVERYBODY from the simply delicate to the confined and despair ing invalid, no equal is to be found for it. It would be well to bear in mind that preventive is infinitely more desirable than cure, and that Dr. Wood's Sarsa- nari a and Wi d Cherry Bitters AK liUTH. ' ... , i i i i . . I . A, i rv ATT& KETCH MAN, Wholesale and Retail A- rut ud ana soiu in larue uoiiius, a; (i, ni i- gents, 121 Fulton-st., N.Y., and by my 27 tf. A. C. HALLOCK, Evansville, Ind. And Dnigcrists generally throughout the United CONSUMPTION and Liver Complaint. Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort has been used successfully for eight years in the ere of these diseases. Remember the original and genuine is made only at 375 Bowery N. Y., all others are spurious and unau thorized. To the Public. We hereby certify that our son. six years old, was suddenly taken ill with a fever, and after a severe sickness; a violent cough ensued. He was bloated, his skin was filled, and his physi cian said there was no favorable symptom about nim that he had confirmed consumption. At that time we procured a bottle of that valuable medicine, Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort. After taking one bottle, we be gan to have hopes of his recovery. He continued un til he had used five bottle?. It iB now a year from that time, nnd his health is beeter than it has been Kince an infant. Dath & Hvnrah Rigeks. tirinvillc, Washington co.,N. Y. SOMETHING more precious than Gold. The most superior Anti-Bilhous Pill now in the market, and which are creating so much excitement, and are so greedily swallowed by the Biliious, are Dr. Charles A. Van Zandt's Asti-Billious Health Restorative Pills. They cure safely and certainly, without preventing the pa tient from attending to the business, and are the only sure remedy for Biliiouness and All its Attendant Plagues, ever placed before the people. They open the pores, cleanse the stomach restore the biliary ducts to health full operation and perform miracles in the way of preserving health, and preventing spread of dangerous maladies. This in valuable medicine will also correct a depraved appe tite, strengthen the nerves or any other debilitated part of the system, remove those dull headaches which are premonitory of Liver Complaints, and generally accomplish what it takes Dozens of other Medicines to do. All this is performed through a concise knowledge of the plain fact, viz: that there is but one caose tor troubles of this kind, and that a medicine so made as to strike at the root of this cause, must of a necessity Annihilate and Dissipate all its subsequent re sults, which medical incompetency has so badly treat ed. Yes Billiousnes involves an infinity of disorders, all which render life a curse and death a relief. Billiousness is simply a manifestation of disease of the liver, and if not taken In Time will eventually send the sufferer to "that bourne from whence no traveler returns." Let a biliious affection have sway, and it will end in induration or abscess of the liver, producing, as it commits its secret and in sidious ravages. Dyspepsia, Gout, Epilepsy, Heart disease, internal disorders of all kinds, foul stomach. Headaches, Hysterica, Shortnes of Breath, Mucous, Expectorations, Pains in the Breast, Dry Coughs, Sore Throat, Dropsy, Apoplexy, all species of wast ing fevers, capricious appetite, or loss of it; Scurvy, Chlorosis, Jaundice, Neuralgia, Palpitations, severe costivenes, and an hundred other fearful complaints which are too numerous to mention. We can prove to anybody's satisfaction, that these pills will com pletely renovate the human frame, and Cure Perma nently, all these ills by driving away every improper condition of the bile and liver. Billiousness being produced by a hot climate, by a changable atmosphere, by damps and fogs, this nied ieine, unequalled as it is, is just the thing for the West, where men are exposed to all the causes and effects of the Bile. to the South, where Liver Com plaints seem to he epidemical: to the Sea, when an excellent Cathartic is invariably the Preserver of lite and Hapincss. IjCt no one suffer, but buy Dr. Van Zandt's Anti Billious, Health Restorative Pills, and be strong and mentally as well as physically vigorous. The seden tary want it, and can procure nothing better. In short, all these virtues of the pharmacoepia are comprised in these little pellets of lite. JKrNo family should be without themC5 If philanthropists, would purchase boxes of these invaluable pills and distribute them among the poor, they would prevent the expense ot Doctor's fees, and ameliorate much genuine suffering. Sold wholesale and retail by Wyatt & Ketceam, 121 Fulton St., New York. In Evansville. Indiana, by A. C. HALLOCK. and -druggists generally throughout the U. States. Price "Zo cents per box. ap w Jrn. IS. A. Fahncstock's Vermifuge, A Sure Remedy for Worms. It has nut with a success hitherto unparalleled. RuralGrove, Butler co.. Pa. July2yth, 1846. ABOUT ten days ago, a boy belonging to one of my neighbors, anawho had been ill tor a week or more, was seized with spasms, and had four severe fits within twenty-four hours His parents adminis tered two dooes of B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, when he passed one hundred and three large worms, and obtained complete relief. Joseph Bummixs, Merchant Baldwin Towjtsmp, Alleghany co.. Pa. Apru30th, 1S4G. J Mr. Fahnestock: Sir This will certify that I gave my child aged two years, three tea spoons full of your Vermifuge, upon which itdiPchargodri"liiy-fiTe lareo worms. I had previously called in a Physician, who. however, did no good; but the Vermifuge gave imme diate relief. M. liKAWDY Certificate of the Mayor of Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster, July 3,1846. Messrs. Fahnestock & co Gentlemen: Several ol the younger branches of my family laboring under symptoms indicating worms, induced the application of various remedies, and I am happy to say that your Vermifuge had the desired effect ot, in one instance, removing the almost incredible number of one hundred and fifty-one of the larger. t worms, from one patient, which, in addition to its other beneficial qualities in my family, established the efficacy of your Vermifuge as a sure cure. M. Carpenter, Mayor of the city of Lancaster From the Louisville Journal of April, 1846 II. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge. We invite attention to the advertisement of this very valuable medicine. We have repeatedly heard it warmly recommended by some of the most distinguish ed physicians of our city, as the very best remedy ol the kind now in use From the Rev. T J. Fisher, a Baptist minister in Kentucky: IIodgeixville, Ky., April 11th, 1846. This is to certify that I have administered B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge with unparalleled success. T' J. Fisher. 80r Read the following from a highly respective house in Knoxville, Tenn.. March 4th, 1346. It (the Vermifuge) has proved the best article of the kind which has ever been used in this partot the coun try; we have other prepeations for sale but always recommend yours when our opinion is asked. S. Mansfield &. Co. T'nnnrnllrlrd Imposition and Effrontery! An individual named S. Fahnestock has repeatedly asserted that the article which he calls "Dr. S. Fah nestock's Vermifuge," and which he acknwledges is made after another man's receipe, is the same or the equal to the v ernuluge made by me. The Public are assured that this is abase falsehood and are hereby cautioned against confounding the spurious article with mine. His entirely different in its compot.uion and does not possess the virtues and powers of my preparation. B. A Fahnestock. Pittsburgh, March, 1817. The true ond geuine B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge may at all times be had at the drug warehouse of the subscribers, corner First and wood streets, Pituburg Penn. B. A. Fahnestock is. co. ap21tf. Forsalcby W.&C. BELL, Evansville B. A. Fahneslock &. Co's Faintly Medicine BA. FAILS ESTOCK'S Anti-Bilious fills A safe and valuable remedy in intermittent, remit tent and bilious fevers, and all complaints of an in flammatory character. It is an excellent purgative, being mild yet effectual in its operation. Ji. A. Faiinfstock's Liqid Opodildoc. A prepara tion far superior to the common Opodildoc for sprains, bruises and all cases in which Opodildoc is com monly used. B. A. Fahnestock Co's Coutfi BaUom. There are perhaps but few cough preparations, that will pro duce such decided effects in so short a time. It is pleasant and effectual. B. A. Fahnestock Co ' Coiigh Lozenges, Pos sess all the virtues of the best cough syrus in a concen trated form arc convenient to take and pleasant to the taste. B. A. Fahnestock $ Co.'s Carminative Lozenges, Have cured hundreds of the Bowel Complaint, while not an instance has yet come to our knowledge in which they have failed. They will certainly and spedily allay the morbid irritability of the bowels, re store the checked prcspiration, and in a short time cure the most inveterate case or Diarrhoea, Chronic Dys entery, or habitual looseness. Price 25 cents a box. B. A. Fahnestock Co.' Eye Water, for curing In (tarnation of the Eyes. Has proved itselfa valuable re medy for Disease of the Eyes, arising from sand, dust, and other foreign substances, acrid vapors, exposure to intense light blows sudden change of temperature colds absorption of scrofulous, small pox and other virulent matters; nlso the effects of scarlet and other fevers. Price 25 Cents. B. A. Fahnestock & Co.' Eubifacient. A power ful and permanent stimulant for the cure of Rhuxna tism. Sprains, Sore Throat, Spavin, &c. For sale by W. &, C. BEEL, Main street, ep 20. Evansville, Indiana WHOLESALE CASH SHOE HOUSE. PIATT, BUCKLIN & CO., nth tide of Main sU, between Fifth & Sixth, opposite A.Gowdy & Co's Anction Room LOUISVILLE.KY., ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR FALL SUPPLY OF BOOTS AND SHOES, mc O which they respectfully invite the attention of L store one of the largest stocks of Shoes in the ian ana winter, wmcn iney picage memseives to fcii O-Evansville Jour., will publish to the amount of THE LARGEST STOK IN THE WEST OF HATS, CAPS, AND FURS, BEirJO- OVER 3,000 PACXLAGE3, OX HAND ASD ARRIVING AT 485, Corner of Main and Fourth streets, Louisville, Kentucky. AND CONSISTING, Men's fashionable and broad brim Russia and Brush; Hats; Do do do do do Cossimcre Hats; Do do do do do Coney do; Do super Moleskin and Silk do; Do extra and super Beaver and Nutria do; Do Buena Vista, Ranchero, and Monterey do; Do and boys' Fur and Wool Sporting ' do; j Do do do drab, black, and rjearl Wool do: I 1 he above articles are all ot our own lmoortation the trade of the South and West. From our long exprience in this business, we think we can produce ar ticles expressly adapted for that trade, and woulcl therefore say to Merchants and Dealers, you will find it to your interest to look at our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell as low for eath aa uieBaiue arucies can ne purcnaseo in any cuy in uie v. csiatet. Urders tilled with attention and accuracy by wra u . i , R s- BARBER & CO. N. B. We will pay the highest market price inraAfor nil kinds ol FURS and PELTRIES. fcJ-Evansville Journal will publish to amount of $500 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 retnede for its permanent and radical cure and. it is a remarkable fact that the rrmodv is alwava found in ti,1 greatest abundance where the disease exists to the moet alarming extent. Thus it is with the Fevers and their remedies. In all low, wet, and swampy countries we tind Fever evil Ague, end Fever in all its variry forms, carrying hundreds to an untimely grave carry ; we also find ;!.e ll'iliow, and the Lmirirt, in their greatest uertection. and it is from these two mos-t valuable 'i onics to be found in the vri-tnl,U Linn. dom that the only certain and posative cure for Fevers WI I IM l 0 Cril A U fV 4 'I'l.' 1 XT L-J ' I.' I I.' A . njiyiji o onirtu LVAiijLf 11 iAji i AiLiij Ail i ij i en i iulo ore prpRrca irom tin extract procured from the Willow, Bonesct, andCayenue Pepper, by a new chemical proces ot ihrir own riivcovwy, and are immediately coated first with gum arable and then with sugar, which protects the extracts fiom the atmosphere, thereby preserving the medical properties as pure in the fills as thny aie in the living pluute. These celebrated pills have beeome so famous tor thoir virtues in curing Fever and Ague, and all oilier Fe vers, that but little need be said of them. Their action upon the system in wonderful, so wonderful that a chill or fever of any kind, no matter of how long standing, will yield to their operations almost immedi ately, and rarely takes more chan one or two daystoeilect a perfect and lasting cure. Wherever they havs gone they have universally superceded Uie use of any other remedy, and they only need a tiial to convince every one that they are far superior to an remedy ever administered for the cure of these mobt obstinaie op pressions ot the humane frame, for which they are recoommended. The discovery of thia medicine has been the etlect of long and attentive study, and was made public from the most decided conviction, founded on ample experience of its powers of eradicating from the system the most intractable cases of Fever, after all other medicines had failed. The euros pertormed in the city of Louisville alone are sufficient to establish its superior virtues on a baas too solid to be atlected t.y the mal ignity of the envious. It is worthy of remark, that the greater part of those persons who have been perma nently cured had previously resorted to all other known remedies, an4 numbers had been abandoned as be yond the reach ofmebical skill. Such is the fact, and so extraordinary were many of the cases cured, that they wlil satisfy the most incredulous that Wilder's Sugar Coated Vegetable Pills are the only eflcctuul rem edy ever discovered that will positivey cure Fever and Ague, and Fever in its vanous forms. We have in our possession hundreds of certificates from the most respectable sources ; m it would however be swelling the length of this advertisement unnecessarily, we avoid publishing, and will retcr all '.hose who doubt the merit of these Pills to the following well known and respectable merchants, all ot whom have sold large quantities, and have had every opportunity of seeing the remarkable cures periojmed in envrs where every other remedy failed, and from all of whom we could procure a certificate ol the hi"l est com- mendaleon: John B Beggs, Charleston, la Dr E Newland, Salem, la; H. Thomas, Little York, la; T L Ewinz, Brownstown, la; Chas Biggs, Wcstf.tld, 111; Dr T C Albore, do do; J R Decker, Charleston, 111; M Smith, Alton 111; Thoa Loviitr, 1 niitid 1. 11!: Ceo. Moore, Bloomingtou, la; W M fit T L Smith. V' Uu;lialllu; Julia ii Uiiku. E. West, Bloom fie Id, la; I D iwclinrdson, Andrewsvt Iiarrackinan,Point Com-E 1 rice, esport Mo; nierce, la; Hayes &. Unctll, Ohio city, Mo; Kern Lackey, Favetteville, In; M Swabacker, Koucliejiort, Mo; I M Uiuson & lo, Ml l leasant, ia;o u i.nng, Arrow H Ci Lawrence. Lafayette, la: W D Ferauson, 1 & I Alsop, Carlisle, la; R Aikin, do do; Jas D Kiggs, do do; Stewart it Jenkins, do do; C Kendall, Leavenworth, la; W T Short. Runisev. Kv; JArMcKoon, do do; tiyatttv, rieipnenstine, vv asu ton ia; tinrvm oc vo, ao; a iuornson, irmnviiic, i enn; F Hall, Maysville, la; W Mansfield&. Co, Scottsville, Ky;Maiit.licldAMaithall,Laj'fayctte,T Jas Waters, Darwin, 111; JohnCaruth, do; fcOrPrepureb and sold by J. B. WILDER & CO., Louisville, Ky. And for sale in Evansville by ALLEN C. HALLOCK, wholesale and retail. , . jy 13 tf. THE FILES-A CURE FOR LIFE SECURED. Dr. I'phaiu's Vegetable Electuary, or Internal Itemed j' for the Tiles. P REPAIRED BY A. UPHAM, New York, a regularly educated Phician, who devotes his attention almost entirely to this disease. No mineral can be detected in the compot-ition, nor any other article that can be directly or indirectly deleterious. The remedy was invented by Dr. Upham alter he lelt college. He was driven to find a cure for the piles by the misery the disease inflicted upon him ; and he now oilers the benefits of his discovery to the world at large. The proprietorof the Electuary unequivocally and dis tinctly avers (and challenges contradiction) that it will completely cure cxtcrnul, internal, blind or bleed ing piles of the longest standing, no matter how obstinate lbs case iniiy be. or hojelessly the patient may be considered situated. Three one dollar boxes have entirely eradicated the disease, after it had existed iu its most terrific aspects for twelve, fifteen twenty and twenty-live yeaxa; in proof of which, the fortunnte indi viduals who were made whole have presented the most positive and unmistakable testimony. In some instan ces a cure has been effected by six doses, or half a box, after the ingenuity of a host of physicians, and the dreadful knife of the Surgeon has been exercised to the utmost with but the smallest shadow of success. 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 certuin to accomplish a permanent cure, it is too disgusting to be thought of, while the agony it engendersis appalling in the extreme, and shatters the con stitution beyond a hope of recovery. The number ot persons ellectually cured of piles by the Electuary in two years tall but little short of ten thousand in New-York, Philadelphia, Boston and other cities ot the Union. This is a great result to boast, and is not equaled, or even approached, by any event noted in the medical history of Uie world. It is reasonable to suppose that sneers will be levelled at these remarks. So they were at i ultorr when he first made known the worth ot steam and its great practical utility so they were at the persecuted Galileo when he published his discovery of the Microscope so lliey were at Morse when he hinted at the discovery of the Magnetic Telegraph which is now a familiar and every day affair. It is safer tor the sufferer to try before he scoffs, and procure happiness and a renew ed lease ot if lie iile can. Many a man has lost his existence by permitting his incredulity to master his judgement. The Electuary is particularly commended to the attention of married ladies, one-half of whom are subjected to the attacks of piles in a midilied form. The medicine can be sufciy taken under all circumstan ces. Either before the piles appear, or alter they have made their sad havoc, the victim is made to endure severe costiveness, giddiness, inltamaiion of the spleen, kidneys, liver, intes-tines, bladder and spine, with many corresponding ailments, for the sure cure ol all of which nothing equals the Electuary. These pro Cessions are not solely mercenary, butare made with a view .! alk-vi.Mii.g the tlisircbtes of myriads who cf n discover no method whereby to gain a restoration ol their t.elih. '1 his i.et will be np a:ti.t to all who in spect the medicine, when, by so doing, they may pi icu ve thai lis loi ini.ft necessarily be nlmcst a- frc:.t as the price demand for it ! H'hile tldscsrtaiu npd speedy ren.uly if io be had cL.p, ii is cramiui to neglect to test its woilh, and put our unquiuii.cd osservutions in iu l.ior ihc lett. Messrs. Ityatt& Ketcham Gents: ior several ytars pust 1 have bt.cii tu.ul L,l wi:ii PiLas, a very -costive state of the bowels, indigestion and weakness ot the system. But my compiuir.t i:M 1 -n m x-vvre cs to disable me from business, and a dread 1 had of phj cicians nnd patent n.cuicii.is, ti,tt ur;il ihid f'jv ir.g 1 never used any medicine or applied to a physiciun lor relict. '1 he 1 lies Imu being so n.tie that 1 a iowtd several operations to be performed, without any benefit. Determined attir tnix n try oiIkt means, 1 itad" an advertisement of acure guarantied by the use of Dr. Urplian's Electuary. I purchased three boxes at you' store, and from the use of which I tound myself entirely cured of the Pile and my health much improv ed. I remain, sirs, ycur much indebted Iriend. EZkA LTULLE, iy4 Broadway. PHILADELPHIA CERTIFICATE. Dr. Uri-iux ar Sr: About five years ago I was olhictcd with what was called Chronic Dysentery. 1 have sutlered with it ever since, and pbyticians have told mc that my liver was affected, and that my bowels were ulcerated, tor blood and pus, attended with a peculiarly nut ria 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. While there a physician oflered to cure me Ior g-HJ, in tnree montns. iiappny, in ine miast oi intense pain, occasionally relieved iy laudanum 1 saw in a wrapper of ycur Electuary a perfect dcscripiion of my complaint, tni:ethcr with innny certificates of cures. This gave me great confidence in the medicine, and I purchased a Ikjx, and nine doses of which has appearently cured me, and am prepared to say everything in its favor, or render any service I can to hu manity by subscribing to its merits. Respectfully yours, BENJAMIN PERCI VAL, fc9 South Sixth-st. Lettirrom Captain JlcLean, U. S. iV. ; Rahway, June 16, 1847. "I have been afflicted for years with the piles, and have tried, without anything like permanent benefit almost everything assuming the name of a remedy. I had, us a matter of course, lost all confidence in medicine. Under this feeling, I was induced not without reluctance, I conless to use 'Upham's Electu ary,' and having used it tor alwut three weeks according to tiie direction laid down, 1 hnd, to my utter sur ; prise as well as satisfaction, lhat every symptom of the disease has lelt me. I think it ui.a alike to Dr. Up- ham and myself to make this statement. "G. It'. McLEAN, late of .be U. S. N." Sold, wholesale and retail by VV X All & KETCH AM, r'l l unon-st. m . orn; and ny a. l. 11ALLUCK, Evansville, and by Druggists generally throughout the United S'.ates. Price $.1 a box. Notice. The genuine electuary has the written signature thus JtCrA. UriUM, M. D. 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