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EVANSVILLE, IA., OCTOBER 5, 1847. NO. 72 TERMS OF ADVERTISING: One Dollar per square of ten lines for first three inser tions, twenty-five cent epcr aquare for each con tinuance. One-fourth of a column three month, - - - $8,00 " 44 44 aix months, T,renewablu) 12,00 " " one year, " 20,00 One-half column three months " 12,00 ' six months, " t,00 " " " one year, "W.OO Longer advertisements in proportion. JOr All advertisements muni be paid for in advance unless otherwise agreed upon by the parties. LAW Notice. JOHN INGLE, Jr., Attorney AT Law Succtrgor to Battel! Ingl General Collection and Ileal Estate Agency. Business prompt ly attended to by himself and Horatio Q. Wheeler, Ei., who is associated with him in the professional business of the office in which one may always be found. JttT Office on First street, below Main. feb 25. ONRAD BAKKK. TBOS. E. GARVIN. BAKER & GARVIN, Attorney at Lam, Evans yille, la. Office in the Court House. eep3 '46. AW Notice J. J. CHANDLER, Attorn at i Law. Ollice on First St., below Main. ap20. MEDICAL. GEO. B. WALKER, Physician f Surgeon, corner of Vine and First sts. jy 16 '45. HORATIO Q. WHEELER, Attornty at Law Of fice with J. Ingle, jr. First st. below Main. fe25. JAMES G. JONES, Attomty at Jmw, Office on First, street, below Mairu . ap23 tf. SR. HAMILL, Attorn at Law, Office in the . Court House, first floor. ap23 tf. I"EN. STINSON, Jr., Attorney at Law, Office on ) First St., below Main. myl56ni E A. CORBET, Notary Public Office on Main St., opposite the Bank eep 11 '45. MEDICAL. JOHN R. WILCOX, Pl,ician tf First St., above Main, Evnnsville. np20. DAXtU. MoRnATf. JAMES MORGAN. IV EDICAL. D. & J. MORGAN, Physician LT JL and Siirgtans, Ollice on First st., between Main and Sycamore. ap20 tf. M. J. 1IRAY. I. CASSELIiERRV BRAY & CASSELBERRY, Physician and Sue gont. First st., above Main. ap23 tf DANIEL S. LANE JOHN T. WALKER LANE &. WALKER, rtysicans and Surgeon, Office on First street, lew door? above Main Evansville, Ind. aug 31,'47 tu-$-w-. y. TRAFTON. C. S. WEEVER. TRAFTUN&.WEEVER,r.yic;an ,f- Surgeons, Oflice on First st., near the Sherwood House. N. B. Dr. Weever's residence is on Second St., first door below Rer. Mr. Dodge's church. my 23 tf. OOLSEY &, N ELSON jcommittion Merchant Auctioneer, Main, M door Irom second st. a27 JOHN E. TAVI-oR. . uiix nvw. fT1VVJ)N HARVEY, Commi'Mi'mi anU For ' "JL writing Merchant, Water st., Evansville, Indi ana. Have also a large, new whnrf-boat where they will receive and store freight free of drayage. ap23 C HARRINtlToN. J. D. T1ANNAH. E. H. FAIRCHILD HARRINGTON, H ANNAH & CO., Fonearding and Commission Merchant, Water St., opposite the wharf bouts. .Still continue to receive and for word on liberal terms, ap 24 tf. CMcIIUGH, Fashionabl Tailor, Water st.,op- posite the sleain boat landing. dec31 ly. D O'NEIL. Fashionabl Tailor. First st . above Main near the Sherwood House. ap201y. W M HOLDEN. Tailor, Water street, over Scantlin'a tin-shop, ap 241y. WM. M. MORRISON, Taylor, Main st., one door from the corner of Second. Solicits a share of the patronage of the town and country. ap'-U ly. J II. BIRTH, Stone-Cutter. Shop on Mai near the canal bridge. ap24 in st., ap 24 ly. .j TAILORING. The undersigned wouldin XT torni the citu-eas ot Evansville that he still con , f unues to carry on tno iiimivo tiiibines in all its ""m branches, and renpecttully solicits a thnre oi public patronnse. Shop on the East side of Main St., one door from the corner ot lirst. ap20 ly A. U. BRADT. IBjMI M.RENSChLER, Blacksmith. Shop --f',n LiOCUHt street, opposite the Mirrwood ' ffjjl Every tiling in my ine done' wun neatness and dispatch, give me a call ap 2 x-i-m D1 'NS and Pistols Just recived by C Charles Keller, on Second street, at the sign ol the "LoIden Key," a large and well selected tnck of t il'Ns and Pistols of all kinds, which he otn-ra for sele at very low prices for cash. Also Gun Locks of every description. All kinds of repairing at'Guns, ristois, uoor XjOcks, &c.,done toorder. myljvm. BLACKSMITHS Tools. A I Vlarge assortment of Blacksmiths Tools Files, etc., etc., constantly on hand and orsateiowoy imay4j A. LiAUUllL.1 CITY BAKERY. THE subscriber begs leave to that he continues to manufacture Bread, Rusk, Cake and Crackers of all kinds, fresh every day, of the best materials and in the best manner. He will also keep constantly on hand for sale by the barrel or re tail, the best article of Hour. He is determined to please the tastes of his patrons and hopes to receive a liberal share of patronage. His stand is on Main St., i m i . next uoor 10 jesse i . unim e store, ap 23 tf. NICHOLAS FIX. HARDWARE. CLAOETTA MI LLEK, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Hardware and cuttlery, FANCY GOODS GENERALLY. .No. S26 Main Street, near Third, Jouinill; Kif., VRE now receiving direct from the English and American Manufacturers and Importers their Full stock containing the choicest and best selected and assorted stock ot HARDWARE AND CUTLERY AND BUILD ING MATERIALS AND GERMAN i(X)LS GENERALLY. t er .-flercd in this market. Our stock is heavy and contains n much greater variety than can be found in any similar cstubu.-hme-.it in the West, and at prices that cannot 1ml to ive t! e mont entire Hitisfaction. Our Mock of Tail-2 l'o'-Uet ii.Cutlery.in extent aiid va- ri i'y, cannot be equalled by any establishment in the ' West or surpassed by any in the East. We solicit an examination of eoods and prices tqion your visit to Iiouisvillo this fall, when we shall be pleased to wait.upon you. aiig7-3m. XV. & G BELL, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, HAVE removed to their new build SSI ing a few doors above old stand. Main , f ., Jy street, Evansville,- Indiana, and are ATA now receiving from Philadelphia, New wjw York, and Pittsburg, the largest supply of Medicines, Prints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Glass and Glassware, Si'ruical Instruments, Ace. everolfered in the Evans ville market. Our goods are entirely fresh, and have been bought.ln person from importers and manufac turers only. We are therefore enabled to supply merchants, doctors, and and all others wanting these articles, either wholesale or retail, as low as they can be purchased in any city West of the mountains. Those wishing to purchase will do well to give us a call before going to any other market, as we are de termined to sell at a small advance on prime cost. All medicine leaving our house shall be properly packed, and all articles sent to order may be returned if not genuine, Or in any way detective, at our ex IM. is. we win take r laxseea, winseng, tieeswax, and Feathers, for, all goods sold, or in payment of all debts due us. - . janntt. T 1 EDICAL Agency. We are wholesale and re 1X tail Agents for the following list of Patent Medicines Wister's Balsom of Wild Cherry; Taylor's Balsom of Liverwort; Smith's Tonic Synip; , Fahnestock's Family Medicines; Cave &. Shaffer's Tonic; do ' do Ex. Sarsnpnrin' do do ' Syrup of do; do do Worm Syrup; Covert's bnlsom of Life; Starkweather's Hepatic Elixr; Osgood's Indian Cholagogue; M 'Lane's Vermafugeor Worm Specific; Bull's Honey-coated TonicFills; Sands' Fluid Ex. Sarsaparilla; Bristol's do do do. feb 4 '47. W. & C. BELL, Main st 1UST Received, and for sale by the subscribers r . oil r , . i.1 i. l 4 ! jfju oz. ruiim quinine, r rencu uuu ruiiencan; 130 English and American Calomel; 3 bbls. Camphor; 3 cases Liquorice Ex; 2 do Aloes; 1 do Assafatida; 1 do Bermudas Arrow Root; 1 do Copal Varnish; 1 do Shellac; 8 carboy's Nitric, Muriatic and Sulph Aol 4 boxes Tart. Acid; 3 do Sal. Rocheli; 3 casks sup. c. Soda4. 250 lbs. Pulv. Jalap; 200 do do Rhei; 150 do cab. Magnesia Eng; lu v.. tuiim iiiuiifiiiu: 3 bbls. cream '1 artan 5 do Senna India and Alehd; 1 bale Sarsaparilla, (Honduras;) 1 do Sponge; 1 do Cloves; 3 do Corks, (bottle and vial.) feb.4 '47. W. & C. BELL, Main st STATIONARY: kJ 100 reams ruled Fool's C ap Paper; 100 do letter do; 10 do commercial post do; SO amttM hlti .nl blmuli XuK - - . ... - Black Sand, Quills; IetterStamps, Inkstands, &e. In store and for sale by fi . W. & C. BELL. LKll'ORS : 2 half pipes Cog. Brandy; 2 bbls. Old Port: 1 do Pure Juice, eseeially for sickness 1 he public can rely upon their purity, tor sale by feb 18 '47. W. &. C. BELL FRESH Teas: 5 half chests Young Hyson; 3 do do Pourchone or black; 20-13 lbs. boxes Imperial: 10-6 do do Young Hyson. On hand and for le by f4 VV.it C.BELL YiriNDOW and Wall Paper. We have a se- v v lected and full supply of window and wall Pa per, of latest patterns, ltel8 W.&.C. BELL TACKEREL. 8 bbls. no. 1, just ree'd and fo XJ. sale low by te4 W. &C. BELL I T3RINTER.S Ink. 5 kegs Johnson and Durant's i JL "Spring News Ink," in store and for sale by feb W W. Si, C BELL. CHOCOLATE and Cocoa: A few boxes Pon- Ion's fresh, for sale by fell? W.dt C.BELL "liTIIITE Lead 70 kegs rec'd per stennier Mail tl andtorsaleby itcblS W. &(J. Bt.LI. TJEFINED Loaf Sunr. 75 loaves Stewart's J. double refined, and three barrels Stewart's crurh- ed, tor sale by Lieb4 W. &. C. BELL A LEX A T D EIC LAUGIILI, c-a. " uuiesnie una iieinu Tt n i - -i iii . -. , urotcry, iron, A in and Aluct Iron Store. "WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. WE beg leave to call the attention of merchants, r Traders, and Fanners generally, throughout me vanasn 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, Cotton Yarn and Domestic Manufac tured Articles. Which we offer for sale at vcrv re. duced prices for Cash or Produce. 1 he 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 for asucnlvof all articles they may need, and they would consult their interest by uivmg us a call, as we are determined to merit a share of public patronage. The business will be conducted by J AM ES LiA L'tiH L.LN , J R. BSr Feathers. Hides. Tallow. Beeswax, and nil kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market price. may 4, '47-tf. IRONjsnd Nails. A large assortment of Bar Iron, 75 tons or more just received. Also 400 kejrs nails assorted, from 3d to 6 inch spikes. For sale very low by may 4 tt. A. LAUGH LIN, Water st. COTTON Yarn. Constantly on hand and for s saie tne best quality ot Cotton am by may4tf. A. LAUGHLIN, Water st. LUMBER. A large and full assortment of Pine Lumber. For sale bv may if. A. LAUGHLIN, Water si.- WINDOW Glass. An assortment of Window Glass, assorted sizes. For sale by mayttt. A. LAUGHLIN, Wate et -t.eta 50 Custom made Side, four and lalf Straight Head and Fall Back Saddles. 5 sett double and single Harness; 10 doz. Bridles and Martingales, offered low to osethelot. jnne26 C. M. GRIFFITH: 1 "JI.ANES, &e. A full supply of liench nnd other Planes, on hand by lj'-''J CtVl.GKlr FlTH. ALLIS&HOWSS Wholesale and Retail dealers in Iron, Nails Tinplate, Foreign Ac Domestic Li quors and Groceries in general. Water afreet, above Main, Evansville, Indiana. WOULD respectfully invite the attention of coun try Merchants, and the trade in general, to their lnrge and well selected stock of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Segnrs. Boston Nails, &c. One of the firm is spending the entire summer, making purchases East; and with a perfect knowl edge ot the western trade, and buying for cash only, we feel confident that we will be able to afford goods as cheap as they can be bought in the West, aug 31 BALTIMORE Orsters.-rrenar- ed and put up without seasoning by Holt &. Maltbv. warranted to keen in any cli mate; constancy on hand and for sale by au 31-tf. ALL1S & HOWES. TO SMOKERS. Thelest assortment of FINE SPANISH SEGARS, liver below the falls of the Ohio m et is now ofTcred for sale by the subscribers. Wo name La Orleans; Regalia Ne Plus Ultra; Colorado Claro; Para Todos; Crusados; Panetelos, Besides many other Brands. Every tnste can be suited. au 31-tf. ALLIS& HOWES. GLASSWARE: 200 dozen assorted Tumblers; 50 " " fine,cut and com. Decanters 20 44 44 Syr. Cans &. Molasses J uirs: 30 44 Jars assorted sizes; 15 44 Cruets. Together with Salts, Dalies, Lanterns, Goblets, etc. etc., jus received and for sale very low bv au 31-tf. , ALL1S &. HOWES. TOR ACCO. The undersigned have on hand one of Uie largest and lust assortments of manufac tured Tobacco in the West, Viminia, Kentucky, .Mis souri, aud Indiana Brands. A uiong late arrivals are the following: 20 boxes Seldon and Anthony's 5 lump; 20 44 King's8lump; 10 44 Ender's 11 lump; 10 44 I. Hare's 12 do; 10 44 W. H. Hare's pound lump; 10 44 Seldon and Anthony's pound lump. All superior lrginia Urnmls, selected by a con noisseur and bought for cash, on which term they win be sola at a very small advance by au 31-tf. ALLIS &. HOWES FRESH Tens. Just received and now ; ready lor inspection 200 packages of Tea. LcAn assortment selected with ereat care espe cially tor the Evansville Market, for sale by aug 31-tf. ALLIS &. HOWES. EVAUSVIXUJ STOVE STOIlIS SOMETHING NEW AND cp Important to Honsekeeners. TImj Subscriber having secured the Pa- "i"" tent Right for the counties of Vanderburgh, Posey, iir :i ..-i - r J varncii, uiason anu ivnox, lor WAGER AIR-TIGHT COOK STOVE, Now tilUira tlitn lir ml'. l'f;r tiqvim; jrive-n theiil a thorough trial, with every confidence that they are the best stove ever ollcred. 1 have sold a dozen or more to our citizens, no one of them could be purchased for the money paid for them. This Stove im Mininlf in itsnrrfinrrpmrnt nvnn-innr nil liability to get out of repair. Its economy in fuel; its strengthened plates were exposed to tire; its enlarged nues, noiuingin suspense so mucn ncatcd atr. its per fected summer arrangement, where all small culinary oerations, wilh broiling and boiling, heating irons and preserving may be K-rlonneU without heating the stove; its perfect draught under any circumstances; its capacity for performance; the small space it occu pies; the lurse 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 iurnuure; an constitute an extraordinary 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 numeious tes timoiiuds of its entire success in winning its way to public favor amid the tremenduous compitition of the East. The following cirtificates from Gen. Joseph Lane and others, who have them in use will speak their worth. Eva.vsvitxe Ji-i.y 10 117. Mr. Thnma Scantlin. Sir: The Wagar's Troy Air-tight Cooking stove, that you put up for Mrs. Ijino is an excellent one and she thinks decidedly the best cooking stove that she has seen, its capacity for baking is tar 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-Tiirht Cooking Stove take great pleasure in recommending them to the public as lieing the l est arranged cooking and baking stove we have used, the ovens being larire baking can be done equal to nn brick oven we have ever tried and with one halt the ordinary fuel used in stoves, they are neat in their structures and combines economy, with every necessary convenience and in every resiiect the liest article ol the kind we have ever i i 1 1 i i- ii i .i . ti useu, nnu woukj ciiecriuuy recuiiiiiienu mem io all persons in want ot a good cooking stove. tiVansville lud. July 10, 1-I . ' DANIEL WOOLSEY. SAMUEL OUR. SAM'LT. JENKINS. C. G.IK 11 ; SON. C.G.CLIFFORD.- I also keep on hand the 44 Double Oven Cook Stove?.'' "Premium Cook Stoves," "Air-Tight Parlor" seven and ten plate. Cannon, and other stoves ot every va kery vn will se riety and pattern, and w hich I can atlbrd and 11 at unusual low pricesi all I ask is to have those wish mg to nurchase to give me a ca N. B. Any quantity of TLN WARE on hand as usual, and all work in that line made to order and on short notice, at short prices. July 24-tt IIUMIAS t.WlLI.N. Sycamore st. near Laughlin's corner, and Water St.. Sdoors from corner ol Maine. 1847. FARMERS EOOK OUT! 1,2 3 in Silver per Bushel lor Castor Benn. will give O.N rJ I JL,I,.AK and J vv ivn l i -f IV E CENTS PER BUSHEL FOR GOOD CASTOR BEANS, (in Silver.) deliverable at my Steam Lend and Oil Works, in St. Louis, until the 1st of Novem ber. H EN RY T. BLOW, Corner Clark Avenue and Tenth street. St. Louis, August iOth, 1847. ALSO WANTED CLEAN FLAX-SEED, FOR which I will pay the highest market price in Silver, delivered as above. BLOW, aug 24, 6t. REAL ESTATE FOR S ALE. THE subscrilier w ill sell one or both oHiisdwelling 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 21 2m. D. F. GOLDSMITH. C. 51. GRIFFITH. Wholesale aud Retail Dealer lu American, English A; German Hardware A: Cutlery. . Main Xircct. LuxnsviUe. Ltd. THE subscriber has on hand and is is on hand and is I re and general ij 'an, English and A ind Cutlery, toCJ now opening a larae assortment ol American German Hardware n which the attention of Country Merchants and the trade is invited. His stock is well assorted and of direct importation. His intention is to se ll goods lower than ever In-fore offer ed in this market. Thcstockis composed in part of the fallowing, viz: 100 sett Knives and Forks, wlute, black, cocoa, c!k- ny, bone and stag handles: M doz. Pen and Pocket Knives, assorted; -tiO 44 Rogers &. Son's warranted do 1 to 4 blades; 'JO 44 Wastonhohn &. fckm's do sup. dodo; 2 44 Superior Currens; 20 44 Wade's Suerior Butcher Knives; 30 44 Kustll's do do do; 10 Wade vfc Butcher's barber and other Razors; 5 44 Rogers !t Son's " do 'do do; A superior assortment of work and pocket Scis sors; , . - . A sui'erir taOTiracntf barbers and TJaiWs Shears; A suiierior assortment Woman's cutting out Shears; do do Lamp and Paper do; 20 doz. Sheep Shears; 30 44 Wnldron's Grass and Corn Scythes; 30 44 Harris' do do do; 5 44 Irunan's Bramble Scythes; 10 Collin's, and King's, and Hunt's Axes; Socket, long handle, canal, coal aud grain fdiovcls of Allies' Taylor's and Rowland's make; Ames and Rowland Spades; iManure and llnv forks; uuu nnu laoie xiinges oi Lirccnwoou, velars ar.u l.i i 11- . i i Ualdwm s make-. Knobs, Dead, Pad, Chest, Tin, and Cubbard Locks; Bolts and Latches of every variety; Brass Round Head, and VVood Screws, all sizc; Bed Screws, tint and square heads, C, 64 and 7 in.; Jacks, Brads, Sparables and Finishing Nails; Bright, Black nnd Hollow Augurs; Rowland's Mills Cross Cut, lit and Hand Saws; Bringhurst and Karby's Mill and Cross Cut Saws a superior article; Wood Saws, Blades, Frames, and Strainers; Bastard, Smooth, .Mill, Cross Cut, Pit and Hand Saw Files; Curry Combs, Horse, Wool, and Cotton Cards; Seives and Riddles; Horse, Shoe, Scrub, Wrall. Cloth and Hair Brushes; Wilson's, nnd Parker and White's, Iron Hopper Box plain and covered Coffee Mills; Hunt's shingling nnd lnsting Hatchets; Pittsburg Patent Broad Axes; Patent Ballances and Stulyards, U sizes; l'itle Barrels, brass and iron Gun Mountings; House, Tea, and Hand lk'lls; German Silver: Bnttnni, and iron Tea and Table iSjioons bulled and plain; Trace Chains, til and 7 feet No.'s 3 to 4 assorted from 10 to 1H inches. Log, Halter, Fifth, Dog and Jack Chains; Ca.-t Steel and Iron weeding and Com Iloes; Pegging, Sewing and Brad Awls; Fish Hooks and Lines; Shutter Lifts and Screws ; Window fastners; Siibh Pullers; Brass, Iron and Japancd Candle Sticks and Lamps; BriUania and Jnpnried Spoons; Wood nnd Iron Twine Boxes; l?.rw Slioe nnd Wrauuitt Nails; Together with a full and general nssortmentof nil goods ill his line, with a well selected assortment of SADDLERY, Among which may be found: 75 doz Ring Bradoons: 30 do Snapple and Wire Eilz; 4'.i do Stirrups, plain, full and hnlf plated; 50 pieces worsted. Cotton and String Web; TKH) do Skirting Leather; 30 doz Pad, red and green, Morroco, Hog, Calf and Shark Skins; 5 do white Welting Morroco; 50 gross Hat and round Log Roller Buckles; 20 do Tin'd Sham do; t 10 doz. Japaned Mullen Bits; Jnpnned Cockeirers and Pad Screws; Hatter and Britehing Rings, Draw Gouger; C law and edge tools, btramg t oi k s and Irons; Pinchers, Creases, cCc, Sec. june 2t. C. M. GRIFFITH. STONEWARE. A few 1,000 gals, still on na at a reduced price by jeJG C.M.GRIFFITH 1. for sale O lower than the auent can sell, by je 26. . C. M. GRIFFITH. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. :s9 ALLEN C. I1ALLOCK, Drurit an ritarmncutift, would call the attention citizens nt l-.vansvi le an:l nnd ndioimiifr towns to Ins complete assortment ol Drugs.Mcdicines, Chemicals, this, Dyestulls, tfce., &c, &,c. All of winch are can-fully selected and received Ircth from the Eastern Markets. Physicians and 'merchants may dejiend upon their orders being promptly attend ed to a'llthe genuine article always delivered, on U mis .lolesale nnd retail as favorable as the same quantity and quality enn be purchased at any Place. A lull assortment ot liotanic Medicines. Roots. Barks, Herbs, Extracts, Powders, &c, prepared and put up by the Shakers. Ilullock's snperior cold drawn No. 1 Castor Oil, manufactured at Mt. Carmel, Illinois. A large assortment of Pat tent and Family Medi cines, Essence's. Hair Oil's. Peifumery, Sonns. and fancy articles Cologne, Bay and Rose Water, allot' the best qualities Seidlitze and coda 1 owders, care fully put up and of full weight. Copal Varnish at S3 00, 2 25, and 1 75 per gal Ion. Superior Tale French Brandy, P. H . Goddard Sc Go's Brand, wnrranted pure, for medical purposes ouly. Hallock's WormCandy, a safe and pleasant med icine to destroy worms in children and improve their their general health; Hallock's Cough Candy composed ofllo rebound Bonesei, .tc. lor nil kinds ofcaugh. ALSO ON SALE. At the proprietors prices Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Bittcrs See advertisement. Dr. Upham's Vegitable Tile Electuary See adver tisement Wilder's Sugar Coated Vcg. Anti-Fever Tills See advertisement. Dr. VanZartdt's Health Restorative eg. Pills See advertisement. Dr. Folgcr's Olosaonion, or all Healing Balsom See advertisement. Dr. Peter's Vegetable Tills, VV orm and Cough Loz enges. Dr. Le Roy's Universal V egetable Tills, composed of Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry. Dr. rorters roor man s Curative Sugar Coated Pills, at lOcentsperbox. Ur, rorter s l oor .Man s Strcnpthmng Piaster, at 10 cents a niece. Barries' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted to cure in all cases. Overst reel's genuine Linamcnt,and Doctor Bcach'f Family Till. Dr. Grave's Anti-Fever and Tcvcr and Ague Tills 44 44 Cholera Infantum and Bowel com plaint Till. Dr. Grave's Pain Extractor, for burns, scalds swcl lings, Rheumatic Tain, tic, warranted to give in gtant relief in all ca-es. Nerve and lione Linsmcnt, highly celebrated for its curative powers. At the New Drug Store; Ma'n street opjvsite Be meat &. Viele's. jylO tf. TO THE PUBLIC, J A TATE S SCANTLING SOH, Cf 'r HAVING secured for the State of E-'y Indiana the Patent Right for the "et" "COMBINATION AIR TIGHT COOKIXfS STOVES," Are prepared to supply the public on their usual rea sonable terms at their Old stand on Main street, Evansville, and take pleasure in being nblc to re commend it as the very best invention and most val uable article in the stove line, that has yet lcen of fered to the public. itlei:ig a decided and acknowl edged improvement over nil other "Air Tight stoves." Patented in the year lf'Ki. The many advantages of this Stove over all others, lias secured for it the reputation wherever it is known, ufbeing the most iniiortant improvement ever made in that article. The stove is furnished wilh Vovhle. Ilerirtli,, one for a coal furnace and one for broiling and other necessary uses. It has a capacious oven emial in size to tho Stove itself, capable of contning two tiers of pans and per fect in its rookiilg. The fire chamlier is so arranged in front )f tho pipe that boiling on lorr of the holes at the snniff' time can 1-e done v lihoiit the nrcessil v of heating tip the OVEN and thus ehookinir tip the line unnecessarily AS IN OTHER "Alii TIGHT STOVES." And a new improved damper has lieea introduced in this Stove so that the heat can lie regulated nt pleasure and any required degree obtained with at tonishing exactness. The tovc isgot up in good taste, combining in a remarkable manner, beauty with strength mid uiil ity. The furniture and equipments of the stove are C . - . 1 l r .1 I.. jiencci in every rcsx-ci, aim ion a oi iiiciuseivcs a ii - . r. ..- comtilete movable kitelieii In additi m to the above stove ihe subscriliers have nlso secured the right to sell the Double Oven Cook ing Stove, "HARRY OF THE WEST," which is very highly approved by all who have ever used or examined it for its capacities in the way tor cooking in every department, nnd for its saving in way ot fuel. Tlie certificates Ih-Iow from those who have used the above stoves show that the Combina tions are not "pull's" merely, but truths ol which all May lie convinced. ALSO. A large assortment of every kind of stoves; such as. Premiums, Pallors, Count ing-Room; Shop nnd School-Room. Together with a large as sortment of Tin-ware, at their usual low prices. CERTIFICATES: MtSSRS. J A Mr.S St'ANTUN &. SoX, Gentlemen Having examined nil, and tried sev eral of the Cooking Stoves now in use, I have con cluded to give the "Combination Air Tight" Cook ing Stove of Messrs. French tmd Winslow a trial, (it is an improvement upen tlio "Wager Air Tight" Cooking stove,) and I am fully satislied that it com bines more useful advantages in cooking than any other stove now in use. Yors, & c. K. W. DUNBAR. Mrssns. James Scaxtmx Sc Son, Gentlemen The "Double Oven Cooking Stove," purchacd by me from you some time since, has far surpassed my exjicctniions, and if cooking for a largo numlier of persons in a very short time and in lirst rate style, with small expense of fuel, are any eviden cts of ag'Kid ttove; this certainly has proved itsell to lie one. JOHN M. ATP. Taylor House, Evansville. Mrssns. James Scaxti.i.n i Son, ;enl emen After giving tho "Combination Air Tight Cooking Stove which you put tip for us, a thorough and impartial trial; we take pleasure in be ing able to say to you that it far surpasses any thinq of the kind we have ever used, and we feel satisfied that it is superior to any of the many patents that are ollcred for 6ale in our City. . JAMES STEEL. ADAM SCHAFFER. Evansviu.e, August 30th, 1317. Messrs. Jamf.s Sca.ntlis SL Sox, Gents. In reply to vour enquiry concerning tho Double Oven Stove "Harry of the West," that you put up fir me I would sny that I have tried a ninnlx r ot stoves ot various paterns, but this one 1 must give a decidnl preference over nil others that I have used, and consider it well worthy of the aitenlion of the public. CHARLES, BATCOCK. Mkssks. Javf.s Sca.ntm.x &, Sox, Gents. I have used for some weeks past, in my Hotel the Double Oven Cooking "Harry of the West" purchased by mcfrom you, nnd during that time tho capacities of the stove lor boiling, broiling, cookii.g and roasting has been fully tested and lean safelvsav fhnfthis stove cun do more and better cooking in a snorter time wun less troulilo nnd expense than any stove that has ever been used in my house. I have examined many of the stoves for stile; and for some .years was engaged in the business of manufacturing them but have never yet seen any Ftove that arrives so near perfection as the one now used bv me. Washington House. BENJ. Nl'RRE. Evansville, August 30th, Id 17. Mrssr.s. Javhs Si a.nti.in &. Son, Gents. Having used the Double Oven Cooking Stove "Harry of the West," 1 can say that 1 fully concur with Mr. Nurre, in the favorable opinions lie has expressed above concerning it. JOILN GREEK. " Mrssns. James Scantlin &. So.v,- Gents. 1 have now in use in my kitchen a "Har ry of the Wist" Stove, and 1 find it to lie in every res pect preferable to nny 1 have ever used in niy ten years experience in keeping a hotel, 1 havo had va rious kinds and among them "Bucks" celebrated cooking stove, but the "Harry of the West" combines advantages in the saving ol fuel nnd in lioiling and baking which must ever place it among the very beet Cooking Stoves yet invented C.K.DREW, -Proprietor Exchanee Hotel. Reference concerning the stoves can nlso be had of L. M. Olmstead, Esnr., James Brnzelton, Eso.. Mo ses Aiken, Wm. GriHith, Wm. Elliott, Evansville; V. iSaldon, nnd I'r. rosev, l eternurgh, la. Call on JAM ES SCANTLIN &. SON. at tho sign of the Golden Coffee Pot ; Main street, nearly oppo site the 'Chequered Store,1 Evansville. sep 25-fiui. LAND FOR SALE. I WILL sell the Farm on which 1 live, containing 335 acres of land, to acres are now in cultivation. 'There is on the land a large stilistnntial Frame dwel ling, one room of which is finished lor a Store, about 300 apple trees have been planted on the place, and nreiust beginning to bear; a well near the house af fords plenty of pood water, pains have been taken to preserve the timber and to sustain the quality of the soil. It is 2 miles from Boonville, 9 miles from New burg, 4 miles from the Canal and 16 miles from Ev- ansville,and is in fertility, shape and neighborhood, n desirable family residence. My price is 2500, one fifth in hand, the residue on time to suit purchaser. J. A. BKACKENR1DGE. Aug. 28,-7w-tw&w. SALE of Delinquent MortpRsed Land The followingdescribed tracts of land having be come forfeited, on failure to pay the annual instal ments of interest clue-on Mortgage No. 5 ol the Com mon School Funds, belonging to Vanderburgh county in the Stnte of Indiana, will lie sold nt the court house door in the said county, on the Kith tlayof Octolier, A D 1SI7 for the payment of the principal, interest, damages and costs due on said mortgage at the time of said sale, to wit : The South-East quarter, of the North-East quarter of section number twenty, in township five, south of range ten West. Abo, twenty ncres, to lie taken of the North end of the East half, of the South-East quarter, of section twenty aforesaid. f he whuleammiiit due 201 4.1-1( 0 ollars. VV .V1. 11. VV ALiKl.it, A. . C. aug 10, 2ni prs fee S-3 W.