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EVANSVrL2.il STOVE STOH23
SOMETHING NEW AND Imoortan to Housekeepers. : The Subscriber ha vine secured ihe Fa' tent Right for the countiei of Vanderburgh, Posey, Warrick, Gibson and Knox, for WAGER' AIR-TIGHT COOK STOVE, Now offers them for sale, after bavins; given them a thorough trial, with every confidence that they are the bust stove ever offered. 1 havo sold a dozen or more to our citizens, no one of them could be' purchased for the money paid for them. This Stove is simple in its arrangement, avowing all liability toget out of repair. Its economy in fuel; its strengthened plates were exposed to fire; its enlarged llucs, holding in suspense so much heated air, its per fected summer arrangement, where all small culinary operations, with broiling and boiling, heating irons and preserving may be performed without heating the stove; its perfect draught under any circumstances; its capacity for performance: the small space it occu pies; the large sue and complete control of heat in its uven; the smoothness of its castings; the elegance of its form, making it a rich Bnd beautiful piece of furniture; all constitute an extraordinary combina tion of beautv. convenience, and durability, which leave it without competition in the whole catalogue of Stoves. This stove has taken the first premium both at the Country Agricultural rairs and at the American Institute, .New 1 ork, and we have numerous tes timonials ot its entire success in winning its way to public favor amid the trcmuuduous companion of the East. The following cirtificntes from (Jen. Joseph Lane and others, who have them in use will speak, their worth. EvASsrirxE July 10 1S47 yfr. Thnmnt Scautlin. Sir: Tim Wairnr's Trov Air-light Cooking stove, that you put up for Mrs. Lane is an excellent one and she thinks decidedly I La best cooking stove that she hns seen, its capacity fur baking is fur better than any stove that we have tried. ICerpectfully yours JOSEPH LANE. Wo whose names are annexed havinir purchased used or exami from .Mr. Thomas Scantlin Wager's New Air-Tight cooking in every d mding ! way of fuel. '1 he TO THE PUBLIC. AMES SCAXTLIS, Slt JAMES SCANTLIN, JR. JAIVXES SCANTUN & SON, HAVING secured for the State of Indiana the Patent Right for the COMBINATION AIR TIGHT COOKING 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 able to re commend it as the very best invention and most val uable article in the stove line, that has yet been of fered to the public, it being a decided and acknowl edged improvement over all other "Air Tight stoves." Patented in the year 1S46. The many advantages of this Stove overall others, has secured for it the reputation wherever it is known, of beinsj the most important improvement ever made in that article. - The stove is furnished with Double Heartif, one for a coal furnace and one for broiling and other necessary uses. It has a capacious oven equal in size to the Stove itself, capable of contning two tiers of pans and per fect in its cooking. The fire chamber is so arranged in front of the nine that boiling on four of the holes at the same time can be done without the necessity of heathi" up the OV LN and thus chooking up the flue unnecessarily AS IN OTHER "AlR TIGHT STOVES." And a new improved damper has been introduced in this Stove so that the heal can be regulated at pleasure and any required degree obtained with as tonishing exactness. The Stove is got up in good taste, combining in a renmrknlile manner, beauty with strength and util ity. The furniture and equipments of the stove are perfect in every respect, and form of themselves a ntiniilt?t movable kitchen. In addition to the above stove the subscribers have also secured the right to sell thu Double Oven Cook ing Stove, "HARRY OF THE WEST," which 19 very highly approved by all who have ever used or examined it for its capacities i capacities in the way lor eoartment. and tor its savins in Cooking Stove take great pleasure in recommending ! way of fuel. '1 he certificates below from those who Uii.ni to the public as being the oesi arrangea cooking i have used the above stoves show that the accomoua tions are not "puffs" merely, but truths oi winch ail mav be convinced. ALSO. A larL'e assortment of every kind of stoves; such as, Premiums, Parlors, Counting-Room; Shop and School-Room. Together with a large as sortment of 1 in-ware, at their usual low prices. CERTIFICATES: Messrs. James Scantlin &. So.s, Gentlemen Having examined all, and tried seV' eral of the Cooking Stoves now in use, I have con--luded to ffive tlie "Combination Air Turrit" Cook' mg Stove of .Messrs. t rench and Winslow a trial, (it is an improvement upon the "Wager Air 'I ight' Cooking stove.) and I am fully satisfied that it com bines more useful advantages in cooking than any other stove now in use. i or, m, R. W. DUNBAR Messrs. James Scantlin Si Son. Gentlemen The "Double Oven Cookim! Stove," miririiiaiil Ktr trui rrnrtl VAII jlilfk tlfils in llflft far i ...... ..n' ......... l: ...-.I..... i e- -j , - miu, mm an nui iv 111 niui uuu .iuv " surpassed my expectations, anu u cooking ior a large short notice, at short Price?- V,T T V 1 number of persons in a very short time and in first July 21-tt J HO .MAS SCAN I LIN. rQte style, with small expense of fuel, are any eviden- Syeamore st. near Laughlin's corner, and Water ; ces of a cood stove; this certainly has proved itself to l. umiis iiuuiiui iiti ui .uuuiu. 0-8 OllC. JLU1a m. Au. ... . .. ! " . ... J)KL'GS AND MEDICINES. - T c layior iiousc, viuiswi.e. i i t..M ii t i Ti wl- f it rf Messrs. Jaxes Scantlin iv Sox. r; .;. i i . n.i . ..r- .it i iientiemen Aiier EivinB me omuinuuoii tu 1 Hill mill.llf, VUlU Villi 11117 ClllVllllll I i rr' i . . , . . J.i. "r !... :n 1 i 1 Will vyOOKins rlOve wnicn vou pui up ior us, 'iim iTiiiAeua vi xiiJic niiu miu moouim" ., " . . , - , ............. i.:.. ... 1 . . .. n ' i tnorouirn and impartial trial; we lane pleasure in oe- ClK-miculs, Oils, Dyestutls, &c., &.C, &c. AU ofl ing abie to say to you that it far surpass any hinir i.:..!. 1 i..n.. ..i i ..u 4- ot tnekinu we liave ever umi. and we leel atisneii the Eastern Markets. Phvsicians and merchants tll.nt ,l. J "upenor to any of the many patents that are may depend uion their orders being promptly attend- and baking stove we have used, the ovens being large baking can lie dono equal to an brick oven we Have ver tried and with ouo half the ordinary fuel used in stoves, they are neat in their structures and combines wununiy, with every necessary convenience and in very respect the best article ot the kind we have ever used, sua would cheerfully recommend them to all pursous in waul of a good cooking stove. Eyaunyillo Ind. July 10, 18-17. jmnjkl woolsey. samiji;lorr. HASl'LT. JENKINS. C G. DORSON. C. G. CLIFFORD. . I also Veep on liand the " Double Oven Cook Stoves,' "Premium Cook Stoves," "Air-Tight Parlor" seven and ten plate, Cannon, and other stoves of every va riety ikuJatlerii, and which I can afford and will sell at unusual low prices all I ask is to have those wish ing to purchase to give me a call. .N. li. Any quantity ot 1 1IN w AKt on hand as Wholesale and Retail DriMrgists, '. HAVE removed to their new build- . . ing a few doors above- old stand. Main street,' Evansville, Indiana, andre ATA, now receivina from Philadeliihia, New York, and Pittsburg, the largest supply of Medicines, Prists, Oils, Dye-Stcffs, Glass and Glassware, Si'kuical Isstrcmejits, &X. ever offered in th Evans ville market. Our goods are entirely fresh, "and have been bought in 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. i hose wishing to purchase wilt do welt to give us call before eoiug 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 defective, at our ex pense. N. B. We will take Flaxseed, Ginseng, Beeswax, and Feathers, for all goods sold, or in payment of all debts due us. ianl4tf. THE GREAT 1CH7IEDY!! House's Indian Tonic. A safe and sure cure for CHILLS or AGUE & FE V ER, in the unprecedented short time of Five Hours as thousands throughout the West and South can testify, who have been thus speedily cured by this Great Remedy! . EVERY one who is afflicted, should be anxious to obtain that remedy which oilers the best, quick est, and safest cure, no matter from what source it springs: every honest man being bound to embrace the truth, wherever found. Therefore, the proprietor, in justice to the public and himself, fcel called upon to state, honestly, a lew tacts, which will estuM.sh House's Indian Tonic to be the best remedy for ttiiLOia or Aucea-nd t ever, now known, r act Ut The article is convenient and pleasant to take-is re fined from all cross particles, which render other pre parations so muddy, nauseousand disagreeable to the taste; and it the directions are followed, will cure every case, with mathematical certainty, in from three to five hour. Astonishing'. !! but true. Fact 2nd-- By its action upon the liver and other organs con corned in forming it, the bile is regulated, the WHOLESALE JOBBING HOUSE,' :f r'JE MAG-HEE & CO., - ITIAIN STREET, EVAWSVILLE, INDIAN A. ARE now receiving their Fall and Winter Mock of DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS. CAPS, BONNETS, &.C, &x., consisting of about one Thousaud Packages of every style and variety, which they offer to th trade entirely at Wholesale, having retired altogether from the retai bnsiaess, . ' . . ; These goods were purchased mostly at Auction, by the Package, by one of the Firm who has a thorough knowledge of the markets ; and we can and w-ill sell them as low as any House in tlie West. We invita Merchants and Dealers to call and examine for themselves. Evansville, September 2'J-tf. " WILSON, STAHBIHD, & SMITH, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, , MAIN STHEET, LOUS VI LEE, KV., ARE now daily "receiving their heavy fall supplies of Drugs, "Medicim s, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs. Spices, Soaps, Patent Medicines, VarniaUe, Paint Brushes, Surgeons' Instruments, Glassware, Window Glass, and manufactured Virginia, Missouri, and Kentucky Tobacco.. Theirstock is the largest and most complete ever offered in the W est or Southwest, and has been purchased, with due reference to the best qual ities of importers and manufacturers, or first heads, on the very best terms, which enables them to offer their goods forcaiiA or to prompt dtmters on the usual time at as low rales as any other house this side of the Mountains, indeed fully as low as they can be bought East and placed here with carriage, insurance, and exchange added, in the quantities usually bought by country Druggists, Merchants, Physicians and Manu facturers. ' ' i - Dealers generally are respectfully invited to call and examine theirstock before buying elsewhere or ( in East, and such as cannot visit the city, by sending us their orders, tuny rely upon being promptly served with the best article and at as low rates as if they were here in ierson. Their arrangements are such that they will be constantly receiving during tlie season heavy ad Iitiona to their stock, which wdl render it alwayaconiplete and the goods fresh. Ginseng, Beeswax, Feathers, Flaxseed, Lard, Furs, Skins, Flax and Tow Limn, and country produce enerally will be received, at the lowest market prices, in exchange for goods or in pay mcstc? debts due them. Lot'lsviLLE, September 30, 117. (Lou. Jour, c) c 9-lru. . TO THE PUBLIC. IT has been truly said that the Supreme Ruler of the Universe never created a disease without a rcmede for its permanent and radical cure and, it is a remarkable fact that the reniody is always found in tlnl greatest abundance where the disease exists to the motlalarmins extent. Thus it is with the Fevers and their remedies. In all low, wet, and swampy countries we find Fever and Ague, and Fever in all its variey forms, carrying hundreds to an Untimely grave yearly; we also find the MVoic, and the lUmr$ct, in their greatest perfection, and it is from these two most valuable Tonics to be found in the vegetable king dom that the only certain and iosative cure for Fevers has been obtained. WILDKRTS SUGAR COATED VEGETABLE ANTI-FEVER FILLS are prparod from an extract procured from the Willow, Boneset, and Cayenne Pepper, by a new chemicul proces of their own discovery, and are immediately coated first with cum arable and then withsusar, which protects theexiracls from the is con- ; nttnosphere, thereby preserving the medical properties as pure in the Pills as ihny are in the living plants. morbid .,. . ...... i ..-.w.i i........ .,..... i'. ,i.:. ; ,;. ...i a...... ...j .ir - , i . , i.u i- I . il IIVSC 1a limi 1ft ICU Luna uu.o 1.111 ic imiiuiu lui linn n iu vuiini; vti nim luv, wi.u mi v.ii- i ... action l ni Mired hv th muw t thlisenHf in iletitrnvml t ., .. .. . ,, . . " . . , ,o vers, that out utile neea uesaiu oi luem. i neir action upon ine system is wonuenui, so wonaeriui mai n fever allayed and it will be found powerfull fycr of any kind, no matter of how long standing, will yield to their operation,, almost immedi- agent in assisting to remove fevers generally, lact ..,,, ,, rarelv n,ore clmn . ,wo dvstoetlect a uerftt and last inir cure. W herever they I.-.r. Jralt gives tone to the stomaeli invigorates the hnva ', livrMll KnnnUA the use of any other remedy, aud thev onl v need a triul to convinc Dody--stimu mtes an the tunctions to a heulihy action ' .rior Ul . r-nv ever administered for the cure of these most obstinate cn- U. I Z . 't. ..., ' i f r i :.u.u ' .i..j v . j.l .1 . i c i i j -i 1 pressions Ol ine uumaiie iraine, ior wiueu lui-y bic irvwiiuiieiiuiAi. Fact 4th this tonic has performed, and is daily per-, v'.,.,1" ,7 ...... f .,:: , ' r... .,W ... m,l from and is highly useful, wherever tonics are wauted. Fact 4th this tonic has Derformed. and is daily ner- forming, cures in CHILLS or AGUE &. FEVER, without a parallel in medicine. W itness a simile bot tle making a cure in a case of TEN YEARS stand ing; another in a case of NINE YEARS standing to cure that which had previously bathed all skill, and every remedy. Look at the many other astonit-hiii" cures set forth in the certificates around the bottle, and coverv i tb most derided conviction, founded on ample experience of its powers oi eradicating from tlie system tlie most intractable cases of Fever, after all other medicines had failed The euros performed in the city of Iouisville alone are sufficient to establish its superior virtues on a basis too solid to be atlccted by the mal ignity of the envious. It is worthy of remark, that the greater part of those persons who have lieen perma nently cured had previously resorted to all other known remedies, and numbers had been abandoned as be- ol mehical skill, cuchis trie met, and soextraoruinary were ninny oi ine cases eureti, mai yond the reach lhv wlil snti.-1v edv ever discovered that will positivey cure Fever and Ague, and Fever iu its various forma. :i im r.- .1 . : .!... 7;l.lvu ....n.r..ni.kl V'.,n..i..l.l.. 1ML ...lUniilti .i:.j.ii,Ml then sav. it H( HJSF. S IN 1)1 AN T( IX 1C does not f. ! "T5" wul Tr' "'?."" "V .T. .. . . Z- TZZ f. i b '1 .:T " r ....l 7 " servedly stand, pre-enntiently the greatest remedy of i . v . w onr n,;, hundreds of certificates from tlie most respectable sources : as it would however the times. Kead the certificates caretully; they are . , :.. ,.....i, c ,u. ..i,..., .a,ii .......I n..i,l.wl.in n.l ,..ir .11 ,l,- rrom your neignoors anu irienas ana wnenever you b joubt the merit of these Pills to the following well known and respectable merchants, all of whom have meet with env nt thi-in (to ntuvrt.ini tho tniili 1 don't . . . . ., . , o . .. . .. . . . ' ,. .. ----- , , ... . ... ... j. ..jjq quantities, and nave naa every opporiuiuiy oi seeing ine remarKaoie cures perioinieu in casa ill i, fr- i v m AriTv'iF- i BUre 1 f where every other remedy failed, and from all of whom we could procure a certificate of the highest com HOUtiLb INDIAN IONIC, and as vou value your: "' jL: ' ' health, don't be put off with any thing else, Prepared and 'sold by Geo. WJIorsE, Nashville, Tenn. Price $1 per bottle. For sale by Cm W M WOOLSEY, Evansville, Ind i iiMrnumv-,111 . John B Beggs, Charleston, la Dr E Newland, Salem, In; II. Thomas, Little York, la; T L Ewinz, Brownstown, la; (!eo. Moore, Blooniintrton, la; Chas Biggs, Westficld, 111; Dr T C .loore, do do, J R Decker, Charleston, 111; M Smith. Alton III: Thus Cooper, Fairgeld, 111; W M &.T L Smith, White Hall In; John H Ualin, Ml Vernon, B. West, Bloomtield, la; Jisiah Harris, Colunilda, Ky; ST Wilson, Grn-nsburp, Ky; T E Newmnn, Center, Kw; McCord Si. Biickf-11, Lnstiort Miss, II J Maloiie't Co, Holy Springs Miss, it- i 1- . ii j i.niiiM y, an uiiren, .is d.to and the genuine article always delivered, on terms wholesale and retail as favorable as the same quantity and quality can tie purchased at any Place. A lull assortment of Botanic Medicines, Roots, Barks, Herbs, Extracts, Powders, &.C., prepared and ait up by tlie Shakers. ildllock's superior cold drawn No. 1 Castor Oil, ' 4ianufacturcd at Mt. Gunnel, Illinois. A larjje assortment of Puttent and Family Medi cines, Lssenco's, Hair Oil's, Perfumery, Soaps, and ianey articles Cologne, Bay and Rose Water, allot" the best qualities Seidlitze and Soda Powders, care fully put up and of full weight. Copal Varnish at J J 00, $2 23, and $1 75 per gal ion ottered for salo in our City. JAMKS STEEL. ADAM SCHAFFER. Evansville, August JOth, 1817. Messrs. James Rcantliji &. Sox, Gents. In reply to your enquiry concerning tlie Double Oven Stove "Ilarry of the West," that you dut up for me I would say that I have tried a numlier of stoves of various paterns, but this one I must give a decided preference over all others that I have used, and consider it well worthy of the attention of the public. CHARLES BABCOCK. Mkssks. James Scantlin & Sox, Gents. I huve used for some weeks past, in my Hotel ihe Double Oven Cooking "Harry of the West" purchased by me from you, and during that time the capacities of the stove for boiling, broiling, cooking w t..i-c in i.. i . rj i i . rv., capacities oi in rtrmiil. wnrrnnte,! mire, for n.lic.il numw. oul v. an1 roasting lias been fully tested and lean safely say .... . . ... . . 1 . f, . . I thnt t liiu atriv ittn ilii nior Hill Imtter pmlklnir in Hallock's Worm Candy, a safe and pleasant med icine to destroy worms in children und improve their their general health; Hallock's Cough Candy composed of Ho rebound Bouescl, iVc. for nil kinds ofcanuh. ALSO ON SALE. At th proprietors prices Dr. Wood's Sttrsapurilla and Wild Cherry Bittcrs 2eo advertisement. Dr. Upham'a Vegitable Pilo Electuary See adver tisement Wilder's Sugar Coated Vcg. Anti-Fever Pills See advertisement. Dr. VanZandfa Health Restorative Yejj. Pills See ailverliseniunl. lr. Folger's Ulosaonion,or all Healing Balsom See advertisement. Dr. Peter's Vegetable Pills, Worm and Cough Loz enges. shorter time with less trouble and expense tlian any stove thnt has ever bi-eu used in my house. I have examined many of the stoves for sale; and for some years was engaged in the business of manufacturing them but have never yet seen any stove that arrives so near perfection as the one now used by me. Washington House. B EN J. NURR E. Evansville, August 'JOth, It! 17. Messrs. James Scaxtli.n &. Sox, . Gents. Having used the Double Oven Cooking Stove "Harry of the West," I can say that I fully concur with Mr. Nurre, in the favorable opinions he has expressed above concerning it. ' JOHN GREEK. Messrs. James Scaxtlix Sc. Sox. Gents. 1 hnvenowin use In my kitchen a "Har ry of the West" Stove, and I find it to be in every res pect preferable to any l nave ever usea in my ien Dr.. U Roy's Universal Vegetable Pills, composed ! y.ears "P""" keeping a hotel I Je had ya o ii i .ir-i ... " wiiniuom r,,,,.. tm.U nm! ninonir them "Bucks" celebrated f S,,rsn,mr,Ilaand Wild Cherry. nous kinds ami among mem iu v n1 . . . J . . Piutlinrr nv Kilt t lio fc 1 Inrrw rf t no V Pst CAnilllMPfl ir. rorier's roor man Curative Luimr Coated . r - ' Vi 1 . w , ; t. Sl " bci vuniai in n i Nii inn ui iut-i wnu iu uuiuuii anu Strcncthnlns Ilaster. at kaki.n w,!ich "" P n'".on3 i1??, tT"7 1x581 10 rent uni,- i nooning Blovcs yei invented . iv. vii. , Tills, at 10centspr 1kx. ur, t'orter"B roor .Man s Bariws' Tooth-Adie Drops, warranted to cure in all cases. Overst reefs genuine Linanient.and Doctor Beach's Family Pill. Dr. Grave's Anti-Fever and Fover and Ague Tills " " Cholera Infantum and Bowel com plaint Pill. Dr.Grnve's Pain Extractor, for burns, scalds swel lings, Rheumatic Pains, i!tc., warranted to give in slant relief in all eases. Nerve and bone Linamcnt, highly celebrated forits curative powers. . At the New Drug Store; Main street opposite Be nient A. Vicle's. jyio tf rl tl nil U'liik I 1 wir inilo rnrwr Immiriini av f'liw.nii ' r .V ii 7 b--'"H- " """-ji fi, I Alsop, Carlise, la; disease, they are especially recommended. In IrofT, ',. X;i.:n do do- White Swelliso, Fever Sokes, Slbofuiji, and Nr.a-! ;'. , , ,i, ' vot s Df.bilitv, they never fail to give relief. In i?ewart.V Jenkins do do RHEUMATISM, they are the only certain cure ever cVtTltn '1 u!' ' ... . JVC'llll.lll, lAU T1T1I VI .11, Sftl, JAF.McKoon. do do; Andrews&Barrackmaii.PointCoiii-E Price. Westiort Mi merce, la; Ilnyes&. I'ucell, Ohio city, Mo; Kern & Lackey, Fayrtteville, la; M Swabvcker, Ruuchrpoit, M; T M Gibson &. Co, Ml t'leusant,la: L. laiig, .vrrow kock, .mo; , t w r i At' It f... I.'.,.;, 11.11 f. li Li L.awrence, lniaveue, ia; 1 D Richardson, Shiiwneetown, I11;W D Thomnsson, I.ir.limoud,Mis.s; HOUSES CELEBRATED YGUETAKLV PILL, Superior to any Purgative now known for expelling Disease from the System. This Pill rs made of Vegetable substances only, and is prepared with the greatest care, according to the rules OI rHARXACY. ,, T T V ........ I... U'lll'.;,,,, Kriiiltl.il k.. W T Short, Rumsey, Ky; ' 1 11 Muthcwsx Co.treenvilIit, hy;u 11 Cleer, .Mt. Mope, Ala; Goo W Short, Greenville, Ky; H I) Edwards, Moraulield, Ky, Rector Sl Oovershinor,Haiiifnirg,KyS B Lanier, lirownsport, Tun; Kingsle y Sl M vers,Skilesville, Ky;T A Thomas, Clnrksville Term; W II Itrwis, Woodsonville, Ky; W Colemnn, Willinnisiiort, Tenn f . VM Hvnit.t Heli)henstine.Wash'tonIa:S(iarvin Si. Co. do; . A Morrison, Nashville, Tenn; ArVi I F Hall, MaysvUle, la; W .Mansfield & Co, fc'coltsvillc, K)';Mam titld&Mtirshtill.Lnyfayette.T S A Barnes, l'ulroii. Miss; W Downs, Ml. Hois;, Ala; F C &. T N 0eu, Moulton, Aln; Iju kery & lxggett,CourtlHiid, Ala li Moore & Sou, Sommerville, Ala; C S Enuland. do; discovered for this painful disease, as hundreds can i testify, who are now rejoicing free from pain and in i perfect health, alter having been given over by I and physicians as incurable. In Dtopsical Afkec Tioxs, and diseases of the Womb, and those crowing out of it, they are exceedingly valuable. Lillioi s and all other Fevers, are subdued at once, by their speedy action upon the whole system. A great amount of the best evidence could be added to establish the high reputation of this P1EL but the trial and use of a single box, will be worth more to the invalid than the combined certificates of the whole world. See certificates on tlie wrapper. Prepared only by GEO. W. HOUSE. Nashville Tenn. For sale by, nov l 6m W At WOOLSEY, Evansville, Ind. PILES! TTOUSE'S P1LEOLNTMENT is a most valuable A A safe and certain cure for PILES. Jus Waters, Darwiu, 111; Jolint nrtith, Co-. fc3r Prepart b and sold by J. II. AVILDEK A CO., Louisville, Ky. And for sale in Evansville hv ALLEN C. HALL! KJ-K, wholesale and retail. Also sold in Princeton by RlCIIAUl) B.HALLOCK, Durggist. jyl3 tf. THE PILES-A CURE FOR LIFE SECURED. Dr. I'phaui's Vegetable Electuary, or Internal Itemed y for the l'ile. 1)REPAIRED BY A. UPHAM, New York, aregularly educated Phyt-ician, wliodeotes his attention atmostentirely to this disease. No mineral can lie detected in the cuinpofition, nor any other urticlw that can 1 directly or indirectly deleterious. The remedy wa invented by Dr. Uphain after he left cillrge. He was driven to find a cure for the piles by tho misery the di.-ease inflicted upon him ; and he now olinrs 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 cxutiisI, internul, blind or bleed ing piles of the longest standing, no matter how obstinate tlu esse may be. or hopelessly the patient may be ftCrSee certificates around the bottle. Prepared by . ..l.,'. f.,r iwl tiliw,, lumtv .n,l K-f.iui.iv vm- in urnnl ur wln.-li th r.,n.,n.,.. liille, lenn. 1 rice 1 per i vi,juaa wlu Wl-re mado wholo have presented tlie most put-itive and unmistakable testimony. In some iustan- ITXackcnzlc Compound Liver Tills These trulr Celebrated Pills, NOW properly esteemed in all neighborhood where they have been used, were first made some Twelve veara Aro bv the nronrieinr. from a Wirot- able Extract, and then recommended by him as a su jrior Bilious Pill He then resided tn an eastern uiy. vn ms removal 10 ine west, in ne was oou forced to observe the very general complaint then and now prevalent, of a Diseased state o, Iho L.tver, Jaundice &,c. His long experience oi the primary causes, and disastrous results ot an at fection of this all important working azent ofthehu man frame, and possessed as be was of a practical knowledge of die specific action produced in that or gnu (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 ir or Torpid State of the Liver wasCcmplaiuiid of. Tlie result in every instaivw, so far as he has been informed, has shown their Complete Triumph ov"r that diitorder. Thus convinced of their complete etri cacy, he has ever since invariably recommended them; and thousands who in tlie health -restoring useol'ihi ni have Ix-en benefited, now bear witness to their power ful fill r la in ridding the system of all those diseases .-oiiiiet'U.-d with or dejiendent upou an unhealthy state of the Liver, such as Bilious and other Fevers, Jaundice Dyspeiwia, Sick Headache, Flatulency, Heartburn, jiauuuai costivness, i.c. In view of alj these fauts, the proprietor in recomnien ding his Compound Liver Pills, does so wkh the greatest confidence in their properties of prevent ing and curing Bdious Diseases. He assures those who may have occasion to use them, lhat they are Strictly whatUiey purport to be, being prewired express ly for tlie afore mentioned diseases. They act spej clticaly on the Liver and Viscera; remove all con restive action and morbid secretions; purifying the Llood; causing a free and healthy discharge ot bile strengthening the system, and assisting digestion C. 3. Mackenzie St, Co., Cleveland, ( hio, Propri etora. For tale by W. M. WOOl-SEY, Agent. my;i-?iu Evansville, la. ' i vet i 1 roririetor t.xcnanee iiotei Reference concerning the stovescan also be had of L. M. Olmstead, Esor., James Brazelton, Esq., Mo ws Aiken, Win. Griffith, Wm. Elliott, LvansviUe; W. Baldon, and Ur. l'osev, reterburgh, la. Call on JAMES SCANTLIN & SON. at the sign of the Goide.n Coffee Pot; Main street, nearly oppo site the 'Chequered Store,' Evansville. sep23-Gui. George W House; Nasi bottle. For sale by. W M WOOLSEY, Evansville. lad. HEALTH! HEALTH! THOMSON -S COM POU N DSYRUPo T A R AND WOOD NAPHTHA. TitE OSLV CERTAIX RE MED V FOR THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION, Ashma. Bronchists, Spitting Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast, Sore Throat, Haorsness, Palpitation of the Heart, Whoopingt'-ough,Croup,Hives, Nervous Tremours, Liver complaint, Diseased Kidneys, antl Affections generally of the Throat, Breast and Lungs. Of all the diseases incident to our climate there is none so universal, and at the same time so insidious and fatal, as Consumption. In this country especial ly, Pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a scourge and in its resistless career sweeps over tlie land as a Destroying Angel, laying low, with relentless hand, the strongest and fairest of our race. Hitherto all efforts to arrest this dread disease have proved vain, and all that seemed within our power was at best al leviation of suffering, rendering somewhat smoother the certain progress to the tomb. Tlie proprietor, in offering this preparation to die public, would embrace the opportunity to state upon wnat grounds it puts forth its merits; and the reasons upon which it founds its superior claims to the atten tion of the afflicted, that all who require its use may repose full confidence in its curative powers. Since its first preparation he has had the pleasure of V SOVEREIGN remedy for Ague and Fever. Thisgreat 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 Ague. Chill, orintermittent Fever. The unexampled and complete success attending its use; and so well proven have become its wide spread victories over every form of Ague in tho west that the 'Febrifuge' is now superseding every other offered remedial agent, and looked upon as 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, nor can be shown of failure, warrants it in being offered as possessing the three cardinal merits, without which no medicine can be safely used in Auge cases. These merits are, that itsvures ere safe, certain and'perma nent, C. S. Mackenzie St. Co Cleveland Ohio, proprie tors. - SXForsaleby Hundley. Phelps & Co, wholesale a- . ' t ' "S I, r- i r. i geuis iew i orK, anu oy tsnnKernon at. renion, Chi cago, 111; Ewards &. Francis, St. Louis, Mo. and by Drncirists generally throughout the United States. For sale by WM. M. WOOLSEY, agent for Ev ansville. Ind. may 1 9m. T3 EFINED Loaf Sugar. 7S loaves Stewart's JLt, double refined, and three barrels Stewart's eniEh' dc, for sale by feb4 C. BELL TT7"INDOW and Wall Paper. We have a se- 1 f lected and lull supply ot window and wall Pa per, oflatcet patterns, JelS C. BELL ces a curelias 1-een e fleeted by six Joist-, or halt' 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 if a surgical operation were certain to accomplish a permanent cure, it is too disgusting to be thought of, while the agony it engenders is appalling in the extreme, and shatters th con stitution beyond a hope oi recovery. The number ot persons ollertunlly cured of piles by the Elecluury iu 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 the world. It is reasonable to suppose that sneers will be levelled at these remarks. So they were at i ulton 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 Microscojie so they were at Morse when he hinted at the discovery of the Magnetic Telegraph which is now a fumiliar and every day affair. It is safer for thesutferer to try before he scoffs, and procure happiness and a renewed lease ol if he life 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 midificd form. The medicine can be safely taken under all circumstan ces. Either before the piles appear, or after they have made their sod havoc, the victim is made to endure severe costiveness, giddiness, inffaiiiation of the spleen, kidneys, liver, intestines, bladder and spine, with many corresponding ailments, for the sure cure of all of which nothing equals the Electuary. These pro fessions are not solely mercenary, but are made with a view of alleviating tho distrestea of myriads who can discover no method whereby to gain a restoration of their health. This fact will be apparent to all who in spect the medicine, when, by so doing, they may percieve that its cost must necessarily be almost as great as the price demand for it ! IThile this certain and speedy remedy is to be had cheap, it is crinmul to neglect to test its woi th, and put our unqualified asservations in its favor the test. . Messrs. llryatt(Si. Ketcham Gents: For several years past I have been troubled with Piles, a very cos tive state of the bowels, indigestion and weakness of the system. But my complaint not being so severe as to disable me from business, and a dread I had of physicians and patent medicines, that until this Spring 1 never used any medicine or applied to a physician tor relief. The Piles then being so severe that I allowed several operations to be performed, without any benefit. Determined after this to try other means, I read an advertisement of a cure guarantied by the use of Dr. Urphan's Electuary. 1 purchased thres boxes at yourVore, and from the use of which I found myself entirely cured of the Piles and my health much improv ed. I remain, sirs, your much indebted friend. EZRA DIBBLE, Yi Broadway. Wit- PHII. A I1K.I.PH1 A I-F.IJT1FICATK. I)l I'sraix t)mr Sir: About five vnin mn I u afllirtml nessing its happy results in numerous instances; but I wjth what was called Chronic Dysentery. 1 have su.ii.-rrd with it ever since, and physicians have told me that he was determined not to otler it to the public until my ijvt.r was .li..cted, and that my bowels were ulcerated, for blood and pus, attended with a peculiarly nut he nad become thoroughly convinced of its efficacy. rjj Bmct wcre the frequent discharges. A short time since 1 made a visit to Massachusetts, in hopes of ben- Ma DAVAn.l. t n n a.-a. lu.'-.r.. I 1. hi a I I. am. .a ..l.i.li..nn p. 1 I viuiiH ww 11 1 .111,1. u 111'Bii.iaii will i- M av tense pain, occasionally relieved by laudanum iv complaint, together with many certificates of cures. This gave me great confidence in tlie medicine, and I purchased a box, and nine doses of which he nad become thoroughly convinced ot its eiheacy. rjJ lcll, wcre the frequent discharges. A short time since 1 madi Having such conviction, he now confidently offers it ent jrom a change of air, but suffered more severely than ever beta 7 m v ITJy wK". SUk fori ,he Cl re ,o1 .FU re me for $ JO, in three months. Happily, in the midst of inton MONAKYCONStMrllON and its kindred dis- lawin a wrapper of yeur Electuary a perfect description of my c eases, I.et the following speak for itself. "I have used'THONsox's Comfousd Sykcf of Tar St. Wood Naphtha,1 tor some time in my practice, and have found it the most efficient remedy 1 have ever used in Consumptive cases, Chronic Catarrh, etc, when great irritability, with weaknass of the pulmo nary organs, existed. The rapidity with which it acts is greatly in its favor where dyspuoa or oppress ion exists, when is immediately relieved by it." "In Pulmonary Consumption it can be used with confidence, being applicable to every fo-m of that dis ease, and I consider it a medicine well worthy the attention of Physicians, and exempt from the imputa tion of empiricism." M. CHAMBERS, M. D. Philadelphia, Oct. 11th, 1846. QrThe above medicine prepared only by Asc.tEY &. Dickson, atN E corner of I ilth and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia: Sold by C. BELL, Evansville, and respectable druggists generally. Price 50 cents or $1 per bottle; beware of imita-tson- nov 4.117 lfi3Z?JS THE Atlantis has been docked & -" throughly repaired and furnished and " " iESbais now in fine order, and has resumed her trips to Shawneetown and Henderson leaves EvansviMe every Wednesday at 2 o'ciock, P M, and Evansville every Sunday at i o'clock A M. oc 16. LIQUORS : 2 half pipes Cog. Brandy: 2 bbls. Old Port; 1 do Pure Juice, especially for sickness 1 m public can rely upon their purity, lor sale by feb 13'47. C.BELL has appearently cured me, and am prepared to say every thine in its favor, or render any service 1 can to hu manity by subscribing to its merits. Respectfully yours, BENJAMIN PERClVAL,fJ South Sixth-st. Loiter from Captmn McLean, L. o. iv. : K AH WAY, June 10, 134 . -'1 have been atilicted for yean with the piles, and have tried, without anything like permanent benefit almost everything assuming the name of a remedy. 1 had, as a matter of course, lost all confidence in medicine. Under this feeling, I was induced not without reluctance, I confess to use 'Upham's Electu ary,' and having used it for aliout three weeks according to lbs direction laid down, 1 find, to my utter sur prise as well as satisfaction, that every symptom of the disvase has left me. 1 think it due alike to Dr. Up ham and mvsclf to make this statement. G. H'. McLEAN, late of the U.S. N." Sold, wholesale and retail by HTf ATT i KETCHAM, 121 Fulton-st. N. York; and by A. C. H ALLOCS, IT ...-,.-, 1 .-i ami Vtr 1 Iru.ro-iut a minoru 1 1 r t limn trlirtiif tKj I ' n i tuA StntAfl I'ru-t Cl fl IwiT. m-tw t-nic. --feo " J . C . " -- . " s . T'l : . i i . i - . . - wm . u i ii i rt a ntind a i mrm. w SAW MSSttU k jylO-tf. Noticf.. The genuine electuary has the written signature thus gy. Ltham, ,M. D. done with a pen. Also sold by RICHARD B. H ALLOC K, Druggist Princeton, la. CHOCOLATE and Ccoa: Ion's fresh, for sale by Iteld. -A few boxiH, Pon C.BELL MEDICAL Agency. We are wholesale and re- sn tail Agents for the following list of Patent .vlcdicines . Wister's Balsom of Wild Cherry; Taylor's Balsom of Liverwort; Smith's Tonic Syrup; Fshnestock's Family Medicines; Cave it Shaffer's Tonic; do do Ex. Sarsaparills do do Syrup of do; do do Worm Syrup; Covert's balsom of Life; Starkweather's Hepatic Elixn Oseood's Indian Cholagogue; M'Lane's Vermafugeor WormSnecific; Bull's Honey-coated Tonic Pills; Sands1 Fluid Ex. Sarsaparilla; Bristol's do do do. feb 4 '47. C. BELL, Main st. FKESlI Teas: 5 half chssts Young Hyson; 3 do do l'ou rchong or black; ' 20-13 lbs. boxes Imperial; 10-6 do do Younc Hyson. bnhsnd sndfor-oleby fl C.BELL OTATIONAUY! P 100 reams ruled Fool's Cap Psperj , ItAJ ao letter Oo; 10 do commercial post do; ISO gross blue and black Ink; Black Sand, Quills; ItterStamps. Inkstands. &.C. In store and for sals by C.BELL. 1 TTIIITE Lead 70 kecs Irec'nrr ntnamrr Mail I! and tor sale Dy UeblS U. iOCLiJU T UMBER. A large and full assortment of Pine X-J Liumbor. X or sale by tnayl tf. by A LAUOHLCr, Water t.