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TEXAS EJVUGIIATION AND
LAND COMPANY. 320 Acres of Land for Acres of Land for 160 $10 rnilE Texas Emigration and Land Company hav .L ing derived their Grant from the late Republicof Texas, by contracts made with the President thereof, under authority of the special nets of Congress, ap proved 4th February, It'll and llth January, 1843, granting lands to Emigrants, will continue to give 320 acred of land to tamilics, and loO acres of land to single men over 17 yenrs of age, until the 1st day of July, 1HH, conditioned, that the family shall pay 20, nnd the single man $10, for the survey ing lees. A family, as defined in our Contracts, must consist of "A man and his wife, with or without children." "A widower with two or more children; if males under 17 years of age. if females unmarried." "A widow with two or more children; if males un der 17 years of age, if females, unmarried." "Two single men over the age of seventeen years, each one being entitled to 100 acres." On his arrival in the Colony, the Emigrant should forthwith apply to the agent of the Company, Mr. Henry O. Hedgeoxc, residing at Stewartsville in Den ton county, who will at all times be ready to assist him in the selection of his land, an 1 enter the same on Inmks kept for that purpose, and gi.'e him a certificate therefor; which certificate will be evidence of his hav ing settled ill the Colony indue time. Our Urant liesin the North-Easiern jmrt of Texas, liOlween the U2ud and 3 1 ill degrees of Latitude North, nnd lVihand 22nd degrees ot Longitude West, from Washington; beginning on the south side of lied Riv er, nt a point 1- miles east of the False Ouachitta, ruiming thence due South 1K miles, theuco East lti4 miles, iheneo North 100 miles, 'hence West 164 miles to the beginning, having a fronton the incamlcrings ;l'Ked Isiver ol nearly 'JOU miles; and includes with Inita limits the upper and lower Cross Timbers, and thn had waters of the Brasos and Trinity Rivers, the Trinity being navigablu for Steamboats of light draught, from the interior of the Colony to the Gulf nf Mexico. juto which it empties, some 23 miles from Galveston, and Red River, to the Mississippi, nllord ing an outlet for the surplus productions of the coun try. This portion of Texas is peculiarly adapted to the growth of wheal, c.xerieiiee within the last two years having tested the fact, that it will produce 40 bushels o the acre, weighing 05 to 70 pounds to the husb'J. Indian corn, rye, barley, oats, sweet and Irish potatoes, peas, beans, melons, garden vegetables of all kinds, cotton, hemp and tobacco, and the cele brated mtiskcct grass which covers the prairies and upon which cattle subsist, anil keep fat during the winter, and require only to lie occasionally salted and Kent together, to rear tncni in great numbers. I'hc planting season commences in February and continues until July; but the early crops are most pro ductive: Emigrants should go on in the fall or win ter, so as to lie ready to put in an early crop. Those fjoing from Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, and the nor thern parts of Illinois and Indiana, should go through Missouri or Arkansas to Vun liuren, Fort Smith, Fort Towson, Codec's Station or Fine Bluff, thence into tho settlements in the direction of the forks of the Trinity. Those going from other sections of the Un ion, south, shouldgoto Helena or Columbia, Ark., .Memphis, Tenn., or Natchez, Miss., nnd thence across by land; or to New Orleans, and thence by Steamboat up Red River toShreveport, Louisiana, at which place an agent will be stationed, who will give th "emigrants directions as to their route by land to Dallas and Stewartsville, a distance ofsonie AH) miles. i ir colony is rapidly tilling up with an industrious, intelligent nnd moral ieople, and must soon liecome the most populous part ol Texas. The Government has recently formed the counties of Grayson, Dallas, Denton, Collin, and a part of RobcMin and Navarro within the Grant. It is decidedly the most healthy purl of tlie sute, the lands having a gently undulating surface; thereare no ponds, swamps or marshes, and no local cause for di-case. The atmosphere is pure nml pleasant. During the wannest mouths of sum frier there is a constant breeze playing over the prair ies, and tin' nights arc invariably cool; the thermom eter never rises above 85 to'.H), and in the winter nev er falls below 30 degrees Fahrenheit. It abounds in springs, and nt the depth of fifteen or twenty feet, in the midst of the prairie, the best water can be had; all lie small streams arc peculiarly clear nnd crystal like. .Colond William Myers, who removed therefrom Garrard County, Ky., last fall, says, in a letter dates Bth May, 1S47, "1 will not venture to tell my friendd in Kentucky that the land here was better than the best land in Kentnrkv. Iiecause they would not be- ijeve it; but uow 1 assert it, for the soil is deeper, lieim' in many places live leet. nnd the kindest laml to work 1 ever put a plough in. 1 verily believe thai around the lorksot the 1 runty, lu the largest body of lirst-rate land iti America." rrom the forks ol Trinity to Santa Fe, is only about liOO miles by the old Snanish trail, ami the newsiiaiiers in Texas are now advocating the route up the I'nnity.and fromitsforks iy laud, as in every respect preleniblo to the one by liub'iieiiileiu'e. Mo. Why should Emigrants think ol puiii!' to rcgon or Calilornia when they can obtain better land for iiothimr. so much nearer home? This is, perhaps, the last oporttinity that will ever ififlcr on the continent of America of getting lands tor .the mere cost ot surveys and cost ol deed. Our t ol ony m emphatically the place tor the poor man s home: there he does not have to feed his cattle for six or seven months in the year; there he will have a home market for all the surplus ho can produce for years to come, and with industry and economy, speed ilv become rich. Jt no Kinirrnnt loose siyht of the important fact that our contracts with the Government ol 1 cxas ex pireon the 1st day of July. and that he must not only lie in the Colony, but that he must have selected Ins laud, built a house or caluil thereon, and he resid ing therein wilh his family bv that dav: one dav af- 4er that date, and the opportunity of getting lands for nothing is, perhaps, lost forever. Persons desiring additional inlormation. bv addnwsing the undersign ,ed Trustees or either of them, post paid, shall receive prompt attention. WIM .IS ST F. W A RT, ) Trnslf of lU JOHN J. SMI TH, T vis Emigration NV. C. PETERS, and Ltnd ( omjmn y. Ixiftsvii.t.r. Skit. 1st, 1817. sep. 14-lm. su TAYLOR If ALL. SmlTi JNO. M. API respectfully informs the r-Li public generality that he has leased for a.ijjjt, . ... .1... ti l . i.' term oi yt urs, me wen Known uivrrn siiiiui in fjV nnsvilte formcrlv kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately by Benj Nurre. The houe has been thoroughly re paired, and handsomely fitted up wilh entire new fur niture, and those of the travelling public who may fa or bj in wilh a call, may rest assured that their com fort ami convenience will meet with every attention. His Table will nlwaya bo supplied with the best that the market ntlords, anil his Bar furnished with thechoicest loquors, carefully selected by nn experi enced hand. ' Attached to tho Hall, nnd 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 2r,J-472 WASHINGTON IIOl'SE. -225B Removed.-B. NURRE bigsiipa. leave to tender his irrateiulS5Eil .thanks to his friends and to the travelling public for the patronage heretofore extended to him at his old unnd, nnd to inform them that ho has removed hi Hotel to the opposite corner, on Mam street, wlu-li illuming is largeruiiniiiorf coiiiinouious, and Having; iiecn rcciiiuj iiuto ui 17 nun, im v 111 oe oeuer aoie tonccoiiimoiiaie tnoseiiio may lavor lum with a call. His rooms anil liodding are good, and his table will at all times I Ftipplicd with the best the market alfords. He has spacious stables and a wagon yard tir the accomiiuxlaiion of travelers, nnd his charges as heretofore will U moderate. He solicits all his old friends and the public to give him a call at his new stand where he believes he can accommodate them 'nmro tohisown satisfaction and their comfort. ' July 22-3inow A P.MINISTKATOU'S Notice letters of ndniiinstrationon thecstafeot William James, 4ate ot Vanderburgh county, deceased, have this day lieen grantiil to the undersigned. All persons hav ing claims against the estate are requested to present .the same for settlement, nnd those knowing them lelvestolie indebted to said estate will make pay ment without delay to the undersigned. ' sep:t0"3t, NATHANIEL J. JAMES, Adm'r. VALUABLE Town Property for Sale at Public Auction. By virtue of a certain deed of trust or mnrttrnorp tinted tnp fitli dnv nf 'ufv. - - ------ -b e - j - . A 1) 1816, between Andrew Huston of the State ot , Ohio, of the first PART,JamesGeorgeGraham,of the LityolAew l ork,ol the second PART,and James 1. Soutter, Robert Soutter, Jr., and Alexander Bell, of New York City, acting and trading under the firm of Soulier, Brothers & Co. of the thikd part, 1, the said James George Graham in pursuance of a power of sale in said deed of trust contained, will on the -6th day of October, A D 1847, at the Exchange Hotel, in Evansville, letween the Hours of lOoclock, A M and 6 o'clock, P M of said day, proceed to foreclose said deed of trust or mortgage, by then and there eac posing to sale at public auction the tollowinreal es tate sit dated and being in the county of Vanderburgh and State of Indiana, described in said deed of trust as follows that is to say Lots number sixty-three 63, sixty-fonr61,and forty-five 15,in the Upper Enlarge ment of Evansville, in the county of V anderburgh aforesaid, bein the same lots conveyed to the said An drew Huston Tiy James Lockhart and wife by deed liearing dale the 13th day of March, A D lSfifi, and Recorded in Book "C" at pages 550 and 551 of the Re cords of Deeds of Vanderburgh County. Also, that parcel or portion of Lot number one hundred and twenty-two in the Original Flan of said town of Evansville which was conveyed to the said Andrew Huston bv George F. Lyon and wile, and John R. Wilcox and wife, by deed dated October 25th 1.1 1 , I I ...I : it l . -i - i AD 1811, and recorded in book "J" at page 353 of the records atoresaid, the same being bounded and de strilied as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the south-west corner of said Lot number 122 on Third street and running thence on the line of said lot sixty-six leet, thence at right angles with said line to the back line of said Lot, thence to the south west cornor of said Lot nnd thence on the line of said Lot to the place of beginning. Also, the undivded one-half of Fractional Lot numbert wo 2,1 in the Lower or McGary's Enlarged .... - - ; i ri, t- -,r . r . meiit of the aforesaid Town of Evansville, coutaing . lug about three-fourths ot an acre : aiso, uio unuivuieu one-iourm oi r racuonai i.oi number one 1, in said Enlargement last aforesaid, subject to the conditions and limitations contained in the deed of Nathan Rowley to Amos Clark and Francis Amory for said Fractional Ixit number one Also, the undivided half of a certain other parcel of land adjoining said Fractional Lot number two and bounded ns follows, to-wit : lieginning at the end of the street which generates said Fractional Lot number tivo from Lots seventeen and thirty-two in said last mentioned enlargement, thirty teet from the most northerly cornl r of said Fractional Lot numliertwo, running thence with the middle course of said street north, thirty degrees east, eight chains and eight links to the road leading from fc.vansville to the lirulgeon 1 lgeon Creek immediate ly above the Salt Well, thence along said road south thirty-two degrees live minutes east, six chains and seventy-five links to the town of Evansville, thence along said town forty-nine degrees and thirty minutes west, six chains thirty-eiuht links, thence to the place of lieginning, containing three acres nnd three-qunrters and eight rods or thereaiMiuts, being the same land sold nnd conveyed by Charles I. Battell to Amos Clark in the year 181(6. The saiil three tracts last nliove mentioned lieinj' the same the undivided half of which was conveyed to said Andrew Huston by Samuel Rogers and William Martin and his wife, by deed dated the 3d day of July, 1815. The aforesaid Iced ot trust will be tound recorded in book N" pages 4!W, 4W, 500 and 501 of the Records of Deeds of Vanderburch county, and the amount claimed to lie due thereon nt the time of the tirst publication of this notice is km. ux .h.-iou evansville, August zi , 1W7, JAME5GEOKGE GRAHAM, Trustee. li.VKER & Garvi.v, Att'ys. aug 24-9t p t tliiO IK), nirilLIC SaleNotice is hereby given that wE, X William Martin and Samuel Rogers, of the firm of Martin Rogers, will on the 26th day of Octo bcr, A 1) 1847, between the hours of 10 o'clock A M and six o'clock P M of said day, proceed to lore- close a certain mortgage in tee given and executed to us tiy Andrew Huston tot the town ot Circleville in the State of Ohio) dated the seventh day of November A D 1845, by selling the motgage premises mentioned and described in said mortgage, at public auction and outcry pursuant to a power of sale contained in said mortgage. Said mortgage and the power ot sale there in contained nre recorded in Book "M"at panes 61!). WO and 6'il of the Records of Deeds of Vanderburgh County and the mortgaged premises therein mention ed are described in said mortgage substantially as fol- lows to wit : "The one undivided half of the following real estate situated in the county of Vanderburgh, nnd State of Indiana, nnd thus described, to wit, a lot or parcel ot land in the 1 own ol Evansville known nnd des crilied ns fraction number two in the lower or Me Gary's Enlargement of said town containing about three fourths of an acre." "Also one undivided fourth of fraction numlier one in said enlargement subject to the conditions and li mitations contained in the Deed of Nathan Row ley, to Amos Clark and Francis Amory for said fraction numlier one." "Also the undivided half of a certain other parcel of land adjoining said fraction No. two and bounded as follows, liegiiining nt the end of the street which sepe rntessaid traction No. two from lots seventeen and thirty-two in said enlargement, thirty feet from the most northerly comer of said fraction numlier two, running thence with the middle course of said street North 30 deg. East, einht chains and eight links to the road leading from Evansville to the new Bridge on Pigeon creek,thence along said road south 3-deg.5min. East, six chains and seventy-five links to the Town of Evansville, thence along said town 49 deg. 30 min. West, six choinsand thirty eight links, thence to the place of bt L'innim?. It beine the same land eonveved by Charles 1 Battell to Amos Clark in the year A D 18:S6, containing three acres three quarters nnd eight rods or thereabouts. The amount claimed to lie due to uson the foot of said mortgage from thesaid mort gagor, Andrew Huston, at the time of the first publi cation of this notice is $2,855,76." And said sale will take place at the Exchange Ho tel in the City of Evansvilleon the day and between the Hours Herein betorc mentioned. Terms of sale cash. WILLIAM MARTIN, ) ,r , SAMUEL ROGEKS. I Mortgagers Fakfk &. Garvin Att'ys tor Morgagees. aug -.'l-Dt-prs fee $11 00. NOTICE. r I MIE Subscriber ofri're for sale one hundred acres of L land adjoining W esttranklin, trontingon the Ohio river, i ot a mile, well timliered; together with tlie choicest quality of lime and freestone which is situa ted on the river. Also, one dwelling house nntllot, including a stone house on the same lot 18 by 2J leet, well situated nnd fixed for Dry Goods and Groceries. I wU also sell my present stock of Goods and Groceries. The dwelling is comfortably situated with nil the neces sary out houses, together with a seller and cistern. The whole premises is well situated for any gentle man who may be desirous to embark in business on the Ohio river, with a nourishing country around, and particularly for a merchant who may wish to go into the wood and produce business. For further particulars call and see the owner on the premises. Terms easy and the property nt cash valuation. The undersigned is anxious to sell soon. P. D. WILSON. West Franklin, Po?ey Co. Ind. sep 1 1-tf. State of Indiana, Spencer County, . Spencer Probate Court, in vacation. Milly Young, Executrix of the"! lst nn.f iNtnmoni nf v;i. Iiam oung, late ot Spencer I Petition for the sale v ounty, oec u. vs. SanfordYoung,StrawtherYoung 01 Keul Mary Barton and George Barton" her husband. J NOW at this time to wit: on the ISth day of Sep tember, A. D. 1847, conies said petitioner by Thomas F. DeBruler, her attorney, nnd tiles her peti tion and nlso the allidavit of a disinterested person showing thatGcorgc Barton one of the atiove named defendants is not a resident of the State of Indiana. The said George Barton is therefore, hereby noti fied of the filing and pendency of said petition, and that unless he le, and appear before the Judge of the Probate Court ot Spencer county, on the second Mon day in November next; arid then and there show cause why the prayer of said petition should not lie granted the same will be heard and determined in his absence. Witness: John Crawford, Clerk of said Court, at Rockport,tliedav nnd date above written By S. W. FAIKFIELD, Dcp'ty Cl'k. Sept. 30-3w-prs. fee S.2.50. SOMETHING more precious than Gold. The most superior Anti-Cillious Pill now in the market, and which are creating so much excitement, and are so greedily swallowed by the Billious, are Dr Charles A. Van Zandt's A.nti-Billious Health Restorative Pills. They cure safely and certainly, without preventing the pa tientfrom attending to the business, and are the only sure remedy for Billiouness 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 presrring health, and preventing spread of dangerous maladies. This in valuable medicine will also correct a depraved nppe tite, strengthen the nerves or any other debilitated part of the system, remove those dull headaches which are premonitory ofLiverComplaints, 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 ther j is but one cause 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 Biliiousnes involves an infinity of disorders, all which render life a curse and death a relief. Billiousness is simply a manifestation of disease of the aiver. and if not taken ' In Time. will eventually send the sufferer to "that bourne from whence no traveler returns." Let a billious 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, Exnectorations, Fains itf the Breast. Dry Couuhs. Sore Throat, Dropsy, Apoplexy, nil species of wast ing fevers, capricious appetite, or loss of it; Scurvy, i. I : f I: t ii. I ' J Chlorosis, Jaundice, Neuralgia, Palpitations, severe costivenes, and an hundred other fearful complaints wmcn nre too numerous to mention. v e can prove, to anybody's satisfaction, that these pills will com pletely renovate the human frame, and Cure Penna 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 med icine, unequalled as it is, is just the thing for the West, where men nre exposed to all the causes and ellectsof the Bile: to the South, where Liver Com plaints seem to be epidemical: to the Sea, when an excellent Cathartic is invariably the Preserver of lite and Hapiness. Ict no one suffer, but buy Dr. Van Zandt's Anti Bjllious, 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 pharmaca'pia are comprised in these little m-llets of lite. JCrNo family should be without themC8 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 WvATT &, Ketcham, 121 l'tilton St., New York. In Evansville, Indiana, by A. C. HALLOCK. and druggists generally throughout the U. States. Price 25 cents per box. lip 20 3m. II. A. Falnieslook's Vcriiiifuffe7 A Sure Ittmedy for Worms. It has net with a meet hitherto unparalleled. Rural G cove, Butler co.. Pa. Julv2!lth. 1846. A BOUT ten days ago, a hoy lielonging to one ol h ..s .i.i -... p. . l i ' i i - y - r " "?' ''r.r." W"'K 'or more, was ecized wilh spasms, and had four severe tits within twenty-four hours His parents adminis tered two doses of B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, when he passed one hundred and three large worms, and obtained complete relief. Joseph Bitmmins, Merchant. Baldwin Township, Alleghany co.. Pa. ) April 30th, 1846. Mr. Fahnestock: Sir This will certify that I gave my child nged two years, three tea spoons full of your Vermifuge, upon w'hich It discharged eighly-tive furg worms. I had previously called in a Physician, who, however, did no good; but the Vermifuge cave imm diate relief. AL Brawdv Certificate of the Mayor of Ijincaster, Pa. Lancaster, July 3, 184ti. Alessrs. Fahnestock &. co Gentlemen: Several or the younger branches of my family laboring undei symptoms indicating worms, induced the application of various remedies, and lam happy to say that your Vermifuge had the desired effect ot, in one instance, removing the almost incredible numlier of one hundred and fifty-one of the largest 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' 11. A. Fahnestock' Verniiluge. We invite attention tothe 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 of the kind now in use From the Rev. T J. Fisher, a Baptist minister in Kentucky: IIonGEiNvit.LE, Ky., April 11th, 184C. This is to certify that I have administered B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge with unparalleled success. T- J. Fisher. ftS Rend the following from a highly respectible house in Knoxvii.le, Tcnn., March 4tli, IS 46. It (the Vermifuge) has proved the best article of the kind which has ever been usd in this part of the coun try; we have other prepeations for sale but always recommend yours when our opinion is asked. S. AIansfield Si. Co. Z'nparalMrtl 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 vermifuge made by me. The Public are assured that this is abase falsehood and are hereby cautioned against confounding the spurious article with mine. It is entirely different in its composition and docs not possess tlie virtues and powers ot my preparation. . B. A r ahnestock. Pittsburtrlu March. 1847. The true and geuinc B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge may nt all times be had at the drug warehouse of the subsbribcrs, corner First and wood streets, Pittsburg l enn. B. A. r ahnestock it co. ap24 tf. Forsnleby W.&.C. BELL, Evansville A. fahnestock & Co' Family Medicines I A. FAUN ESTOCK S AntftSiliova 1'illt A XJ. 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 nuldyet effectual in its ojieration. a. A. 1 uhneslock ittfiil uititior. a prepara tion far superior to the common Opodildoc for sprains, bruises nnd all cases in which Opodildoc is com monly used. . B. A. Fahnmtncli & Co." Covtrh EuUom. There are perhaps but few cough preparations, that will pro (luce sucli deemed etlects in so short a time. It is pleasant and effectual. B. A. Fahiietock Co ' Cough Loftiger, Pos sessall the virtues of the best cough synis in a concen trated form are convenient to take and pleasant to the taste. B. A. FnhnestocTc & Co.' Carminative Ijizmgcr. 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 snetlilval av the morbid irritability of the bowels, re store the'ehecked prespiration, and in a short time cure uirc iiium neiiiic case or Aiiiriuu'it, vuroiiic. dys entery, or habitual looseness. Price 5 cents a box. B.A. Faliiifttock Co. Ey Water, for curing In- fiainnnon oj me .. rias proved usena valuable re medy for Disease of the Eves, arising from sand, dust and other foreign substances, acrid vapors, exposure to intense light hlows sudden change ot temperature colds absorption of scrofulous, small pox and other virulent matters; also the effects of scarlet and other fevers. Price 25 Cents. B. A. Fahnestock Co.'t Jiulincient. A power ful and permanent stimulant for the cure of Rhuma tism. Sprains, Sore. Throat, Spavin, &c. Forsale by W. it C. BEEL, Main street, op 20. Evansville, Indiana Mackenzie Compound Liver Pills These truly Celebrated Pills, NOW properly esteemed in all neighborhoods where they have been used.were first made some Twelve years Apo by the proprietor, from a Veget able Extract, and then recommended by him as a su tierior Bilious Pill He then resided in an eastern City. On his removal to the west, in 1836 lie was soon lorccd to observe the very general complaint men ami now prevalent, 01 a Diseased state o, The Liver, Jaundice &c. His long experience 01 me primary causes, and disastrous results ot an at fection of this all important workingagent of the hu man frame, and posessed as he was of a practical knowledge of the Siecirie action produced in that or gan (the Liver,) by the Extract so successfully resort ed toby him in eastern practice induced the Proprietor to give his Pills a trial in those diseases where Chron ic or Torpid State of the Liver was Complained of. The result in every instance, so far ns he has been informed, has shown their Complete Triumph over that disorder. Thus convinced of their complete etri cacy, he has ever since invariably recommended them; ana thousands who in the health-restoring Use of them have been benefited, now bear witness to their power ful effects in ridding the system of all those diseases connected with or dependent upouan unhealthy state of the Liver, such as Bilious and other Fevers, J aundice Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Flatulency, Heartburn, Habitual costivness, &c. In view of all these facts, the proprietor in recommen ding his Compound Liver Pills, does so with the greatest confidence in their properties of prevent ing and curing Bilious Diseases. He assures those who may have occasion to use them. That they are strictly what they purport to be, being prepared express ly for the afore mentioned diseases. They act spej cificaly on the Liver and Viscera; remove all con gestive action and morbid secretions; purifying the blood; causing a free and healthy discharge of bile strengthening the system, and assisting digestion C S. Mackenzie &. Co., Cleveland, hio, Propri- elors. For sale by V. .U. HOOlLV, Agent may l-l'm Evansville, la. Dr.Mnrpliy' Sugar-Coaled Vegetables Anti-Rillious and Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. IJREPAREDby Wm. II. Mcrpay, Al. D. Mi Pearl Street New York, price 25 cents per box. These Pills are composed enterely of Vegetable ingre dients, and contain not one particle of calomel or mer cury in any form, nor any mineral substance what ever, and may be taken at all times and under all circumstances, and 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, itc are recommended to provide themselves wilh 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 the banksof rivers, Ia';cs and ponds, and in those sections where the land isinot all cleared up and drained, might be seen from tlie piles of letters received by thel ropnetor, which have tieen ad dressed to him by those who nregrentful for the ben efit derived from the use of his Pills. Dr M URPHY's SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE Aiitt-Fever Pills, For the Immediate and Permanent cure of Ague and Fever, Chills and Fever; and all other Fevers. Prepared by Wm. Mi'Rrnv, AI. D. 384 Pearl Street New York- 500 REWARD. I will give Five Hundred Dollars to nn person who will produce, nt a less cost, a belter, a more innocent and more perfect cure for Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, than Dr. Murphy's Sugnr-Coated Veget 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 iiyiirousctlccts have attended the use of these Pills. '1 bey nre warranted in all cases to cure Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, when taken according to the direction necomompnnving them. W.M. A1URPHY. M. D. Price SO cents per box. Agents for Evansville, W &,C. BELL; Mt. Vernon, D. McMullen; New Har mony. Agniel &. Son: Cvnthiana. V in. Whiiinrr: Owensville, John Graham; Princeton, J. R. Camp- ell; Columbia, W. J. Casey. j line 24 lw Won. COnYuAI PTJ O N aiid Liver Complain t. 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.t all others arc spurious and unau- tnorizeu. To the Public. We hereby certify that our son. six years old, was suddenly taken ill with a fever, and alter a severe sickness; a violent cough ensued. lie wns bloated, his skin was hll.-d, jind his physi cian said there was no favorable symptom about him that he had confirmed consumption. At that time we procured a liottle of that valuable medicine, Taylor's Balsam of Liver wort. After taking one bottle, we be gan to have hopes of his recovery. He continued un til he had used five bottles. It is now a year from that time, and his health is better than it has been since an infant. David & Hannah Rooers. Granville. Washington co N. Y I milNISTItATOH'S Sale The under. J- signed will sell at public auction, on Saturday October 23d, IS47, at the late residence of Wm. James dee'd, in Knight Township, the personal property be longing to said estate, consisting 01, tlorses, Uxen, Wagons, Cows, Hogs, Sheep, Household furniture nnd farming utensils. Sale will commence at 10 o'clock A M of said day, and the terms ot said sale will be as follows: All sums over $3 a credit of one year, the purchaser giving notes with approved secu- rny waiving an oeneni 01 valuation 01 appraisement laws, all sums of $3 and less cash. seP30 NATHANIEL J.JAAIES, AdmY. INDIANA, ss. At a Probate Court held in and for the County ol Spencer on the 9th day of August, A. D. 1817; belbre the tion. Kszin W aer, f robate Judge William Jones and Thomas C.l Heady, adinr's of Esquire 1 i j . i Andrew J. Heady, James PelV " to 84:11 rc1 Heady, James Powell, Sally Powell, Elizabeth Heady, Nan cy Heady, tt.al. J IVT ownttlus tune come the retitioners in Uuscause XN by Thos. F. DeBruler, their attorney, and tile the affidavit of a disinterested witness from which it appears that James Heady and Andrew J Heady, two of the above named defendants are nqn-residents. It is therefore Ordered by the Court that they thesaid James and Andrew J Heady be notified of the filing an pendency of said petition by a publication of this order for three weeks successivelv in the Evansville Weekly Jonrnal printed and published in the City of Evansville emlerburgh bounty and Mateot Indiana And that unless they be and appear here on or before the calling of thiscause at the next term of this court to be held on the 2d Monday in November next, and show cause why the prayer of said petition should not lie granted the same will be heard and determined in their absence and this cause is continued. By the Court. Test, JOHN CRAWFORD, Clerk, sep 23-p f 3. By S. W. Fairfield D: C. 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 24 leet on Alain street running back to the alley One third of the purchise money paid down, the re niainderin twelve and eighteen months, aug 24 2m. D. F. GOLDSMITH. DENTISTRY. y,v.Vjfj ' 771 GRIFFITH, M. D., & S. D.. havins rvenna IlAm nently settled in Evansville for the practice of Lentistry, oners ms protessionai services to the citi zees ot Evansville and the surrounding towns and i country. He is prepared to do every description of, work from a singleiooth to a full upper and lower set. His long experience in the business gives him I confidence in tendering his services. He has the -Lethean or Somnific Gas, a 1 itc discovery, whereby a tooth may beextracted without pain. He can be : found at his office on First street, ljetwean Main and Locust, or by enquiring at the Sherwood House. N. B. Indies waited on at their houses if desired jc 10 tw&w tf. SOVEREIGN remedy for Ague and Fever. XA. 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 nnd certain cure for Ague and fever, Dumb Ague. Chill, or intermittent Fever. The unexampled and complete success attending it use; and so well proven have become its wide spread victories over every form ol Ague in the west that the 'Febrifuge' is now superseding every other offered remedial agent, and looked Uxin as tlie only one that can lie relied upon in all stages of the disease. The many thousands of instances wherein it has wrought cures, while no instance is known, nor can be shown of fiiilur.. wnrriinta it in hoinir nfTuroA n a possessing the three cardinal merits, without which no medicine can be safely used in Auge cases. These merits are, that its cures are safe, certain and perma nent, C. S. Mackenzie & Co Cleveland Ohio, proprie tors. erForsalebylloadlev.PhelnsJt Co. wholesale a- gents New York, and by Brinkerhoff & Penton, Chi cago, 111; Ewards it Francis, St. Louis, Mo. and by Lruggisis generally throughout the united Mates. For saleby WA1. AL WOOLSEY. auent for Ev ansville. Ind. may 1 9m. VERY IMPORTANT COAI31UNICATION TO ALL PERSONS IN ALL PLACES, At all times, And tinder all Circumstances! TFyou are sick, get cured; if well, employ measures Jto continue so. Every individual indulges in hab its, which must, to n greater or lesser extent, disar range the admirable nnd intricate combinations which form the system, nnd consequently EVERY INDIVIDUAL should possess some mild, yet efficacious, simple and accredited agent lor pre serving all functions of the body y in good urder. DR. WOOD'S SARSAPARTLLA AND Wll.ll 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 ,L . OF DEATH. The Bitters here mentioned are compounded by a man of great skill and knowledge, from the simples Nature presents to those who care to find them, and which are the only reliable nntidotesto the poison of disease. The chief ingrediiftits are the universally be loved Sarsnparilla 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 ns, ENTIRELY IIARAILESS: ami prepared as they are here, one of the greatest med ical operatives in the inhabitable globe. Bv taking these BiTTERs.the scrofulous may be restored" to beau ty; 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 tlie horrors of constipation should at once purchase this sure remedy. In ilia train of Costivenes follow dreadful local congestions, oftentimes insanity, very frequently mania or hypo chondiia, violent hendnchrs, pntita.itMM. and ollu aflections ol the heart, and rheumatic swellings, Dr. Wood3 Cotuiound is one of the most ethdent medicines in routing these complaints, and their fountain head that can Kssibly be procured. From being confined in close rooms, and from 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 siillieitlit to jiermit them toseek recrcotion, &c. itc. These persons say for years that they "don't lecl very well." If they do not employ a method by which they can feel yt tTE well, they eventually sink under a severe tit of illness, and are SAVED FROM THE GRAVE only by a miracle, and even then the lancet, leech. bliMcr and calomel have left them mere shattered hulks, full of aches and sorrows, and not only a pest to themselves, but a source of disgust and annoyance to nil with whom they come in contact. All these FEARFUL CONSEQUENCES may be avoided bv an early application to the virtues of these Bitters. For the truth ol this, the proprietor pledges his word nnd 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 stake all he holds dear on earth in favorof 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 a permanent one. Did the Bitters possess no other recommendation, it would be one ot the finest vegetable compounds medical sci ence can invent; but it is equal to the complete erad ication of j LIVER COMPLAINT, in every shape, and of every nlfection, minor or gi gantic; of the biliary apnratu.. Individ nils who are constitutionally billious ought regularly to take this mild agreeable and excellent tonic and Prim.NT, as it will diffuse health throughout every libre of tho frame, and send happiness and love of life thril ling to the heart. Families ought to keep it on hand. Every medicine cheston board ship should also be well stocked with this capital remedy, as SCrSCUR-VY-CtJ cannot alllict those who take it, or long resist its vigorous assault?. All impurities of the blood vanish before it, and the old relics of early imprudence invariably disaiicar, soon after being submitted to its action. Every complaint of the stomach is broken by it. The Bitters have in no instance failed of curing jacndice, general dkbility every disorgomza-tioii of THENERVOUS SYsTEAI. By neglecting the little inroads made upon tha dat ter a vast partion of our fellow beings are renderel extemely miserable so miserable, indeed, that they wish to die. Every bottle of "Dr. Woods' Snrsapa rilia and Wild Cherry Bitters" contains a modicunj of joy and content far each of these anxious nnd impru dent sufferers. Remember that an injudicious use of mercury is inevitably productive of many evils which are put to flight by this glorious and unsurpassable compound; and that alllictions which are HEREDITARY may speedily and safely beshufiled off through its a gency. As a medicine which must benefit EVERYBODY from the simply delicate to the confined nnd 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'sSarsa parilla and Wild Cherry Bitters ARE BOTH. Put up and sold in larso bottles, at $1, by WY ATT &l KETCH.MAN, Wholesale nnd Retail A gents, 121 Fulton-st., N. Y., and by my 27 tf. A. C. HALLOCK, Evansville, Ind. And Druggists generally throughout the United States. SHERWOOD House for Sale or Rent. In consequence of the late severe altiiction in his familv. the undericned is determined to re tire from the business and bustle of a Public House, and olfers for sale or rent on reasonable terms tho Sherwood House, well known as one of the best ho tels and most desirable stands in the State. He will tell the furniture with the house but will not rent the furniture. The hotel is a large three story brick build ing, nnd very commodious. Ifsold the terms will be .made easy or it will be rented on reasonable terms. Apply soon to the undersigned. H.p-30-3t M. SHERWOOD.