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From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier. TREATING A CASE ACTIVELY. A PHYSICIAN'S STORY. BY JOnX JONES, M. D. I wjs once sent fur, in great basic, to at tend a gentleman ot respectability whose wife, a lady of intelligence and refinement, had discotercd him in his room lying sense' less on the floor. On arriving at the bouse, I found Mrs II in great distress of mind. "What is the matter with Mr. II f I asked on meeting bis lady, wlio was in- tears, and looking the picture of death "I'm afraid it is apoplexy,'1 she replied. "I found him lyina upon the flour, where he had to all appearance, fallen suddenly from hia chair. His face it purple, and though he breathes, it is with great difficul- tV.' I went up to see my patient. lie bad been I f ed from the floor and was now Iv- in" upon the bed. Sure enough his faco was purp'o, and bis breathing labored, but somehow the symptoms did not indicate ap ponlesv. Every vein in his bead and face was tinged, and ha lay perfectly stupid, but still I saw no clear indications ot actual or approaching congestion of the brain. "Hadn't he better be bled, DoctorP ask ed the anxious wife. "I don't know that it is necessary, I re plied, "I thiuk if we let him alone it will pass off. a the course of a few hours.'1 "A lew hours! lie may die in lull an Inur." "I don't think the case is so dangerous madam. "Apoplexy not dangerous!'' "1 hardly think it apoplexy, I replied. "Pray what do you think it is Doctor?' Mrs. II looked anxiously into my face. 1 delicately hinted that he might possibly, have been drinking too much brandy, but to this she positively and almost indignantly ob jected. . "No Doctor. I ought to know about that,11 she said. "Depend upon it, the dis ease is more deeply sealed. 1 am sure he had better be bled. Won1! you bleed him, Doctor f A few bunces of blood taken from his arm may give life to bis now stagnant circulation of the blood in his veins.11 Thus urged, I, after some reflection, or dered a bowl and bandage, and opening a vein, from which the blood flowed ireely, relieved him of about eight ounces of his circulating medium. But, he still lay as in sensible as before, much to the distress of his poor wife. 'Something else must be done, Doctor,' she urged, seeing that bleeding had accom plished nothing. "If my husband is not quickly relieved, he must die.11 Dy this time, several friends and relatives, who had been sent lor arrived, and urged upon me the adoption of some more acuve moans for restoring the aick man to con sciousncs. One proposed mustard plasters all over his body; another a blister on the head; anclher his immersion in hot water. 1 suggested that it might be well to use a stomach pump. "Why, Doctor?'1 osked one of the friends. Teihnps he has taken somo drug," I re plied. "Impossible, Doctor,11 said the wife. "He has not been from home to-day, and there is no drug of any kind in the house.1 "No brandy?'1 1 ventured this suggestion again. " "No, Doctor! No spirits of any kind nor eveu wine in tho house,11 returned Mrs. II in an offended tone. I wns not the regular family physician, and had been called to meet the alarming emorgency, because my office happened to be nearest to the dwelling of Mr. II . Feeling my position to be a difficult one, 1 suggested that the family physician bad bet ter be called. "But the delay, Doctor,1' urged the friends. "No harm will result Irom it be assured," I replied. Uut my words did not assure them; how ever, as I was firm in my resolution not to do any thing more for the patient until Dr. S come, they had to submit. I wished to make a call of importance in the neigh borhood, and proposed going, to be back by the time Dr. S - arrived; but the friends of the sick man would not suffer me lo leave the room. When ' Dr. S came, we conversed aside for a few minutes, and I gave him my views of the case, and stated what I had done and why I had douo it. We then proccded to the bedside of our patient. There were still no signs of approaching consciousness. "Don't you th'nk his head ought to be shaved and blistered?1' asked the wife, anx sonsly. . ' Doctor S thought a moment, anrj then said "Yes, by all means. Send for a barber, and also for a fresh fly blister, four inches by nine." 1 looked into the face of Dr. S with surprise. He was peifcctly grave and earn est. I hinted to him my doubt of the good that mode of treatment would do. Uut he fjwke confidently of the result, and said that it would not only cure the disease, but, he Lelieved, take away the predisposition there- to with which Mr. r was affected to a high degree, The bather came. The head of II . was shaved; and Dr. S applied the blis ter with his own hands, which completely cove rod the scalp frcm forehead lo occiput. "Let it remain on for two hours, and then make use of the ordinary dressing," said Dr. S . "If be should not recover during the action of the blister, don't feel uneasy. Sensibility will be restored soon after." Idid not call again, but I heard from Dr. S the tesult. Alter we loft, our friends stood anxiously around the bed upon which the sick man lay; but though the blister began to draw, no signs of returning consciousness showed themselves, further than an occasional low moan, or an uneasy tossing of the arms. For two full hours the burning plaster parch ed the tender skin of II 'a shorn head, and was then removed. It had done good service. Dressing was then applied; re peated and repeated again; but still the sick Lman lay in a deep stupor. "It had done to good. Hadn't we better send for the Doctor?" suggested the wife. Just then, the eyes of II opened, and he looked with half stupid surprise from lace to face of the auxious group that surrounded the bed. "Wbat in tho mischief's the matter? he at length said. At the same time feeling a strange sensation about his head, he placed bis hands rather hejvilr thereon. "Heavens and earth!" He was now ful ly in bis souses. Heavens aud earth! What ails my bead?" "For mercy's sake keep quiet," said the wife, the glad tears gushing over her face.- "You have been very ill. There, there, now! And she spoke soothingly "Don" say a word; but be very still." "But my head? What's the matter with my head. It feels as it scalded. Where's my hair? Heavens and earth, Sarah I don't understand tLis. And my arm? What's my arm tied up in this way for?" "Be quiet, my dear husband, and I'll ex plain it all. Oh, be very quiet. Your life depends upon it J" Mr. H sunk back upon the pillow from which ho had ariseu, and closed bis eyes to think. He put his hand to his head, and fell it tenderly, all over, from temple to temple, and from nape to forehead!1 "Is it a blister?" be at length asked. "Yes, dear. You have been very ill. We feared your life," said Mrs. II , af fectionately. "There has been two physi cians in attendance. ' II closed his eyes again. His lips moved. Those nearest were not much edi fied by the whispered words that issued therefrom. They would have sounded very stiangety in a church; or to ears polite and refined. After this, he lay for some time quiet. "Threatened wiih apoplexy, I suppose? he then said interrogatively. "Yes, dear," replied his wife. "I found you lying insensible upon the floor on bap pening to come into your room. It was most Pnvideutial that I discovered you when 1 did, you would certainly have died." II shut his eyes and muttered some thing, with an air ol impatience. But its meaning was not understood. Finding him out of danger, friends and re latives retired, and the sick roan was left alone with bis family. "Sarah!" he said, why in Heaven's name did you permit the Doctor's to butcher me in this way? I'm laid up for a week or two, and all for nothing," "II was to save your life, dear." "Save I he !" "Hush! There! Do, for Heaven' sike be quiet. Every thing dopends upon it," With a gesture of impatience, II shut his eyes, teeth and hands, and lay perlectly still for some minutes. Then he turned his face to the wall, uttering in a low, petulcnt voice. "Too bad! Too bad! Too bad!" I had not erred in my first and my last impression of II 's disease, neither had Dr. S , although he used a very extra ordinary .mode of treatment. The tacts of the case were these: ' II , had a weakness. He couldn't taste wine or strong drink without being tempted into excess. Both himself and friends were mortified and grieved at this; and they, by admonition, and be by good resolutions, tried to bring about a reform. But, to see was to tas e, to taste was ti fall, At last, bis fiiends urged him lo shut him self up at home for a certain time, and see if total abstinence would not give him strength. Ho got on pretty well for a few days, particularly so, as his coachman kept a weli filled bottle for him in the carriage house, to which he not unfrequemly resort ed; but a too ardent devotion to bis bottle brought on the supposed apop lexy. DoctorS was right in his mode of treating the disease after all, and did not err in snppcs ng that it would reach the predis position. The cure was effectual. H kept quiet on the subject, and bore his shav ed head upon his sluuldars, with as much philosophy a9 he could muster. A wig, al ter the sores made by the blister had disap peared, concealed the barbers work until his own hair grew 8gain. He never ventur ed upon wine or brandy again for fear of ap oplexy. When the truth leaked out, as leak out such things always will, ite friends of II had many a hearty I tugh; but they wisely concealed from the object of their merri ment the fact that they knew anything more than appeared of tho cause of his supposed illness. C3It is slated that quite a respectable num ber of democratic papers in New Yoik and Pennsylvania have hoisted the name of Maeti.v Van Bcren, as the democratic candidate for Tresident in the campaign of '43 A RARITY under the head of a Patent Medicine advertisement. We ask our readers to peruse the following, knowing they will profit thereby. M' LANE'S VERMIFUGE. A medicine which is perfectly safe.and mav be giv en to children from tender infancy, to advanced aire. lavs under no restraint as to cold water, or any kind ottood. Purges mildly, subduing fever, destroys and expels worms with invariable success, and is easily administered to children. That it possesses these valuable properties, is fear lessly asserted: still claiming the aduional advantages : of being given in small bulk, and requiring none ot the j drenching winch Worm tea ana otner supposed er- mituge demand. During ltj brilliant career, it has been introduced into many families, where every oth er known and accessible Vermifuge had been tried without the least success, where it has promptly ex pelled worms to an almost incredible amount. near wnat tne imoroi tne uuiieun oi tne i acme, (published in Pittsburgh, Pa.) says in reference to die article. uIn lookins ud a few advertisements for mv small sheet, the other day, I called in upon Messrs. J. Kidu ix, to. and remarking that 1 would be glad to auvertise any medicine that really was essentially useful, they turmshed me with their circular respecting Dr. -i Lane's Worm Specific, with the accompanying certif icates, reeling pursuaded that the certificates were genuine, I took some of the medicine home for the use of my own young family. ' I gave the first day a small teaspoonlul to burah. fche was wan-looking and black under the eyes. She passed several worms, some as large as a pipe stem. I also gave a small teaspoonful to Samuel, a little, rosy cheeked fleshy boy, about 31 years old. Uut as his Btomach was tyinpanous, i. e. he was pot-bellied, I thought he might'bave worms. He cried after more, which 1 did not see tit to give him, but upon the operation of this medicine, hia mother and the neighbors were surprised at the result, lie passed nearly a pint of worms, almost all as big as a common pipe stem. There was seventy in all. Fthen aave some to a little boy only 2 years old, and he pass ed twenty-five, some eight inches in length. I there- tore leei clear to recommend ;u' iane s vermifuge as a specific for worms. It fairly seems death to them. ISRAEL REES, Editor. Pittsburgh Feb. 10th, 1M7. J. Kidd i. Co. No. GO Wood Street; Pittsburgh, now the sole proprietors of Dr. M' Lane's celebrated medi cines. All orders must be addressed to them. JCr N. B. Purchasers will please be particular to inquire tor "JJr jr Laif American Worm Cijajtc, or Vermifuge." Sold Wholesale Sc Retail by CRAWFORD CELL. Main St., Evansville.lnd. By Druggists and Dealers generally throughout the United States. dec J-w ly. From the Fittuburg Gazette. THE past summer (1847) has been a very remarka ble one. Frequent and heavy rain, followed by intense and long continued heat, had the effect, in the first place, to promote a rapid growth of succulent vegetation, and in the second, to produce a rapid de composition ol vegetable matter, giving rise to much miasma and snreadinff sick ties?, disease and death. in places which had heretofore beca remarkable for their salubrity. We are credibly informed, thnt whole meadows, on which the grass was unusually heavy, rotted to the ground and was not fit to be cut. In Indiana and Illinois, the sickness was so general, that there was notenouch well persons to attend upon the sick, whose sutli rings were prctracted liy a want ol prop er remedies, as well as of good nursing. . Much of this suffering might have beeu prevented, had every fam ily kept on hand a supply of medicines suited to coun teract the effects of tins miasma, with which the at mospLere at certain times is surcharged. In addi tion to Quinine, (which is in such general use as to need no comment.) we would strongly urge every family to keep on hand one or more boxes of "Da. M'Lane's Liver Pills." These Pills are the prescription of an eminentFhy sician in Monorsahala Co. Virginia, and were used by him in his private practice as a remedy in billious compiaims, lor years neiore ne inougni or onrrmg them to the public Such, however, was the success of the Pills, and so great the numlx r of persons be n efited by them, that the making of the quantity requi site to supply the increasing demand,. began to inter fere materially with the time required to attend to his practice. 1 o prevent this he has made arrange ments wiih the house of J. KnD cc (Jo. ,'. CO Wood Street, Pittsburg. Pa. to prepare and vend them. where the genuine may be procured at all times and in any reasonable quantity. i hese I ills are not recommended ns a pannrea lor 'all tiie ills that flesh is heir to," but in all affections of the Liver and in all bilious complaints, they stand without a rival. All who have ever used them, give them the preference overall other Pills, ami cannot be persuaded to exchange tho? which they tind experi ence to be mild,a!'e, and eft-dual, for any other.even though they may be nusar coated, or so drastic as to go "throuL'h by day licfit." Prepared for the proprietor by J. KIDD & Co. whole sale Ururrgist, ro. 00 Y ood Mreet, nttslmrgh, l a. to whom all orders lrom a distance must be directed. Sold also by our Agents and the principal Druggists throughout the United Plates and Canada. N. B. Purchasers will please be particular and inquire for "Dr. Jl'Lane' Liver i'l," as there are other Pills purporting to be "Liver Pills," now before the public. dec 22-wly. Sold Wholesale &. Retail by CRAWFORD BELL. Main st. Lvansviile, Lid. IVIacKcuzie Compound Liver Pills. These truly Celebrated I'lIIs. TVTOW oronerly esteemed in all netaborhoods JtI where they hae been used.were first made some Twelve years A po by the proprietor, from a Veget-1 able Extract, and then recommended by him as a su perior Bilious Pill He then resided in an eastern City. On hia removal to the west, in M he wag soon forced to observe the very general complaint then and now prevalent, of a Diseased state o, The Liver, Jaundice tc. His long experience of the primary causes,and disastrous results of an af fection of this all important working agent of the hu man frame, and posesscd as he was of a practical knowledge of the specific action produced in that or gan (the'Liver,) by the Extract so successfully resort ed toby him ineastern practice induced the Proprietor to give his Pills a trial in those diseases whereChron ic or Torpid State of the Liver wsComplained of. The result in every instance, so far as he has been informed, has shown their Complete Triumph over that disorder. Thus convinced of their complete etli cacy, he has ever since invariably recommended them; and 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 upou an unhealthy state of the Liver, such as bilious and other Fevers, Jaundice Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, f latulency, Heartburn, Habitual costivness, Scc. In view of all these facts, the proprietor in recommen ding his Compound Liver Fills, does so with the greatest confidence in their properties of prevent ing and curing Bilious Diseases, lie assures those who may have occasion to use them. That they are strictly what they purport to be. being prepa red express ly forthe afore mentioned diseases. They act spe cilicaly on the Liver and Viscera; remove all con gestive action and morbid secretions; purifying the i blood; causing a free and healthy discharge ot bile! strengthening the system, and assisting digestion ' C. S. Mackenzie & Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Propri etors For sale by W. M. WOOLSEY, Agent. may 1-ihn Evansville, la I REFINED LoefSugar 75 loaves StewartV double refined and three barrels Stewart's crush-' ed. tor snip hv f..h HI f PFTT . j t. -' J Uijuu. CHOCOLATE and Cocoa: lon'sfresh,forsaiby felS -A lew boxes Pon C.BELL COTTON Yarn. Constantly on hand and sale the best quality of Cotton Yarnbv may 4 if. A. LAUGHL1N, Water it HOWE'S IIYCEIAX IIOARIIOUXD AXD LIVERWORT COUCH CANDY THIS popular Casot hasheen before the public in the west and south more than oneyear,and in that short space of time it has obtained more reputation for its good qualities, certainly of cure, and cheap ness, than any other Medicine of the kind ever offered It is the intention of the proprietors to sell theCoiGH Candy reasonable, in order that it may be in the reach of all to obtain a remedy, that never fails, (no such word as "fail" is ever heard or thought of, when thisl Candy is talked about,) curing the most violent Coui and Cotgh, and is therefore offered to the suffering and afflicted, of the West and South; for their good: Pi'mojfARY Complaints, WHoonxG Cough, CoLDS,C OrGHS,H OA RSSESS, i.nflce.nza, Difficulty of Eipector KROxcHrrrs, Asthma, Phthisic, Crovt, And eeneral afflictions of Sore Throat, atiox ' the Chest and Lungs, ' which leads to Consumptions, all of which diseases, ! vield immediately by the use of this valuable Covgh ' Candy. The materials used in the preparation are of the best quality, being vegetable ana the best white Ha vana Sugar, consequently it may be relied on as in ev-; ery respect a pure and geuuine article. i HOWE &. CO. ' .Vo. 1, Collegi Hall, Walnut Street Cincinnati, O. CERTIFICATES. j From Henry Morse, Lx Judge of Court of Common Please. This is to certify that we have used the Cough Can dy ot HOWE &, CO., and do with confidence cheer- ( fully recommend it to those afflicted with Coughs, ! Colds, &.C. H.MORSE, i Manufacturer of Patent Force Pumps, Ornamental Cast Iron Fountains, Fire Engines, &.c. I Cincinnati, Aug. 11, 1847, D. S. FAXXUM. From D. Tuttle.Proprietor of the City Hotel ! MESSRS. HOWE & CO. I Gentlemen: It is with much satisfaction that I have it In my power to testify to the efficiency of your , Cough Candy. I have used it and know it to be a ' valuable and certain remedy for Colds and Coughs, and as such commend it to the public. ; Cincinnati, Aug. 16, 1S47. D TUTTLE. From Wm. Young, Presiding Elder, of the Metho dist E. Church, Cincinnati. . ! Mr. Howe: Xot long since while laboring under the influence of a painfully embarrassing hoarseness occasioned by cold and speaking in the open air ' a friend handed me a piece of your "Hoarhound and Liverwort Candy" from -the use of which I experien ced great and almost immediate relief since then I , have frequently used it with the same beneficial ef-' fects. I therefore feel no hesitance in recommending vour Candy as a certain specific for Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, &.c. WM. YOUXG. Cincinnati Aug. 2T, 1847. - For sale by W. M. WOOLSEY, Agent, Evansville, Indiana. nov&, tf. HEALTH! HEALTH! TIIOMSOX-SCOMPOUXDSYRUPofTAR AXD WOOD NAPHTHA. THE ONLY CFRTA1.V REMEDY FOR THE CTRK OF f'O V 1! l 1T I 0 Achma, Cronchists, Spitting Blood, Pain in the Side ' and lireast, bore l liroat, llaorsuess, fulpitation of the Heart, Whooping Cough, Croup, liiven, Nervous Tremours, Liver complaint, Diseased Kidneys, and Affections generally of the Throat, Breast and Longs. 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 tlus country especial ly. Pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a scourge and in its resistless career sw eeps overthe land as a Destroying Angel, laying low, with relentless hand, the strongest and tairust 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 The proprietor, in offering this preparation to the public, would embrace the opportunity to state upon what grounds it puts torth iVd 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 lias had the pleasure of w it nessing its nappy results in numerous instances; but he was determined not to offer it to the public until he had become thoroughly convinced ol its elHcacy. Havingsuch conviction, he now confidently offers it as a remedy without a parallel for the cure of I'L L. MOXAKYCOXSL MI'TKJX and its kindred dis eases. Ijet the following speak for itself. "I have used 'Thomson's Cohtochd Svhi-p or Ta &, Wood Naphtha, tor some time in my practice, and have found it the most efficient remedy I have ever used in Consumptive cases. Chronic Catarrh, etc, when great irritability, with weaknass of the puliuo narv oreans, existed. The rapidity with which it acts is ercaily in its favor where dvsnuoa or oppress-1 ion exiis, wnen is iiiimeuiaw'ijr reiir veu uy u. "In Pulmonary Consumption it can lie used with confidence, being applicable to every form of oSai dis ease, anj 1 consider it a medicine well worthy the attention of Physicians, and exempt from thcimputa tion of empiricism." M. CHAMBERS, M. D. Philadelphia Oct. 11th, ltMli. KrThe above medicine prepared only by Amr.EV Sc Dickson, at N E corner of Filth and Soruce Streets Philadelphia: Sold by C. BELL, Evansville, and respectable druggists generally. Price 50 cents or $1 per bottle; beware of imita tion, nov 4, 1847 Dr.Mnrphy'a Sugar-Coated Vegetable Anti-Ilillious and Anti-Dyspeptic 1'ills. PREPARED by Wx. II. Mikpav, M. D. 364 L Pearl Street New York, price 25 cents per box. These Pills are composed enterely of Vegetable ingre dients, and contain not one particle of caiomel or mer cury in any form, nor any mineral substance what ever, and may be taken at all times and under all cfrcumstances, and by all ages, without any fear of the sad consequence olten attending mercurial and mineral preparations. Persons exposed to changes of weather and climate travelers, emigrants, seamen. soldiers, &c are recommended to provide themselves with a supply of these Pills. Their extraordinary ef ficacy in those complaints which prevail in our South ern and Western States during the summer months, and particularly along the bunksof rivers, la'.cs and ponds, and in those sections where the land is not all cleared ap and drained, might be seen from the piles of letters received by the Proprietor, w hich have been ad dressed to him by those who aregreatful for the ben efit derived from the use of his Pills. Da MUUPHY's SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE Anti-Fever l'ills, For the Immediate and Permanent cure of Ague and Fever, Chills and Fever; and all other Fevers. Prepared by Wm. Mckphy, M. D. 3S-1 Pearl Street New York. 500 REWARD. I will give Five Hundred Dollars to any person who w'iU produce, at a less cost, a better, a more innocent and more perfect cure for Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, than Dr. Murphy's Sugar-Coated Veget able Anti-Fever Pills. I w ill also give Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars to any person who will show a sin gle case where any injurousellocts have attended the use of these Pills. 'I hey are warranted in all cases to cure Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, when taken according to the direction accomompanving them. WM. MURPHY, M. D. Price 50 cents per box. Agents for Evansville, W &u ci'-Ld; .ut. Vernon, D. .Mc.Mullea; iew Har mony, Agniel Sc Son; Cynthiana, WTm. Whiting; Owensville, John Graham; Princeton, J. R. Camp pell; Columbia, W. J. Casey. june'24 tw "tn. s TATIONARY : 100 reams ruled Fool's Cap Paper; Juo do letter do; 10 do commercial post do; " 50 gross blue and black Ink; Black Sand, Quills; LetterStamps, Inkstands, See. In store and for sale by flt C BELL. 4 " "- ." i Ur V 1 Li r ' & -U&X&t r I A SOVEREIGN remedy ft Ague and Fever. This great Remedy: to which the public atten tion is particularly called, has been extensively used in the western & south western states, as a spee dy safe and certain cure for Ague and fever, Dumb Ague. Chill, or intermittent Fever. The unexampled and complete success attending its use; and so well proven have become its wide spread victories over every form ot Ague in the west that the 'Febrifuge' is now superseding every other offered remedial agent, and looked upon as tne 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 w;hich no medicine can be safely used in Auge case. Tbesw merits are, that its cures are safe, certain and perma nent, C. S. Mackenzie & Co Cleveland Ohio, proprie tors. JCrForsale by Hoadley, Phelps Sc Co, wholesale a genta New York, and by liriiikerhoff& Penton, Chi cago, III; Ewards & Francis, St. Louis, Mo. and by Druggists generally throughout the United Stales. Forsaleby WM. M. WOOLSEY, agent for Ev ansvillc, I nd. may 1 9in. A. FabntiHtk b Co' Faintly Medicines BA. FAHXESTOCK-Siiri-iyioK Ml A safe and valuable remedy in intermittent, remit tent and bilious fevers, and all complaints of an in flammatory character. It is an excellent purgative,, being mild yet effectual in its operation. . B. A. Fahnettuck' LitjiU (wrfir. A prepara tion far suix-rior to the common Ojiodildoc for sprains, bruises and all cases in w hich Opodildoc is com monly used. B. A. Fahuettoct Co. Covgh BaUom. There, are perhaps but few cough preparations, that will pro duce such decided effects in so skirt a time. It is pleasant and cllectnal. B. A. Falinettuik 4- Co ' Cough Lozenge, Tos sessall the virtues of the best cough syrus in a concen trated form are convenient to take and pleasant to the taste. B. A. fahnestock (J- Co Carminative Lozege, 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 Bpedily allay the morbid irritability of the bowels, re store tne cliecked prespiration, and in a short time cure the mom inveterate case or Diarrho?n, Chronic Dys entery, or habitual looseness. Price 25 cents a box. B. A. Fahntttockif Co.' Ey Water, for curing In' (tarnation of the y. IWs proved itself a valuable re medy for Disease of the Eyes, arising from sand, dust, and other foreign substances, acrid vapors, exposure to intense light -Llows sudden change of temperature colds absorption of scrofulous, small pox and other virulent matters; also the effects oi scarlet and oilier fevers. Price ii5 Cents. B.A. FahneUiek if- Co.' Kuhifaciml. A power fill and permanent stimulant for the cure of Khuma tism, Sprains, Sore Throat, Spavin, &c. For sale by W. & C. BEEL, Main street, ap iO. Evansville, Indiana II. A. Faluicslork's Yrrmifitffo, A Sure Krmrdy for Worms. It ha$ met tcith a nuccena hitherto vnparalltkd. RuralGrove, Butlf-roo., Pa. July '.Kith, 1646. 1 1 BOUT ten days ago, a boy belonging to one of -ZA. my neighbors, and who hiul been ill lor a week or more, was seized with spasms, and had four severe' fits within twenty-four hours His parents adminis tered two dses of 11. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, when he passed one hundred and three lure worms, and obtained complete relief. Joseih Ei'mmiks, Merchant. Baldwin Tow.xsuir, Alleuhany co.. Pa. I April 3tMh, JS4G. I Mr. Fahnetock: Sir This ill certify that I gave my child aged two years, three lea sjiooiis full of your Vermifuge, upou which it discharged eiiihty-five large worms. 1 had pieviously called in a Pfiysicinn.'whu, however, did no good; but tlie Verunliige gave mime djate relief. ' M. Brawdt Certificate of the Mayor of Lancaster, Pa, Lancaster, July 3, 14G. Messrs. Fahnestock &c co Gentlemen: Several of the younger branches of my family laboring under symptoms indicating worm.-, induced the application of various remedii-s, and 1 am happy to say thai your Vermifuge had the desired ctiect ot, in one instance, removing the almost incredible number of one hundred and titty-one ot the largest worms, from one patient, which, in addition to its other beneficial qualities in my family, established the etlicary of your Vermifuge as a sure cure. M. Carpenter, Mayor of the city of Lancaster ' From the Louisville. Journal of April, ltSlti' II. A. I'uhnestock's Yermiluge. We invite attention to the advertisement oi thi 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 ' " kind now in use. . roin the Kev. T J. Fislier, a Baptist minister ia Kentucky; HoDiiEixriLLE, Ky., April 11th. 1816. This is to certify that 1 have administered B. A. Fahnestock'a Vermifuge with unparalleled fuccess. T' J. Fisuli. i Read the following from a highly respectible house in Knoxville, Teun., March 4th, 1846. It (the Vermif uge) has proved the best article of the kind which ha ever been used in this part of the coun try; we have other prepcations for sale but alwaye recommend yours when our opinion is asked. S. Mansfield & Co. Unparalleled Imiiotition und Effrontery! An individual named S. Fahnostock has repeatedly aewerted that tlie article w im-n lie calls ur. . r ah : nestock's Vermifuge," and which he acknwledges is made after another man's recetpe, is the same or the equal to the Vermifuge made by me. ' The Public are assured that this is a base falsehood and are hereby cautioned against confounding the spurious article with mine. It is entirely dilierent in its composition and does not possess the virtues und virtues of my preparation B.A Fah.nlstock. Pittsburgh. March, li47. ' The true and geuine B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge may at all times be hrul at the drug warehouse of tlie subscribers, corner f irst and w.xxl streets, I'ittsburg. Penn. B. A. Fahnestock d. co. np-M tf. Forsaleby W. & C. BELL, Evansville COXSU3IPT10X and Liver Complaint Dr. Taylor's Balsam ef Liverwort has been used successfully for eiiiht years in the ere of these diseases. Remember' die original and genuine U made only at 375 Bowery N. Y., all others are spurious and unau thorized. To the Public. We hereby certify that our son. six years old, was suddenly taken ill with a fever, and after a severe sicknese; a violent cough ensued. lie was bloated, his skin was filled, and his physi cian said there was no favorable symptom about him that be had confirmed consumption. At that time we procured a bottle of that valuable medicine, Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort. After taking one bottle, we be gan to have hopes of his recovery. He continued un til he had used five bottles. It is bow a year from that time, and bis health is beeter than it has been since an infant. David & Hannah Rooers. Granville, Washington co., N. Y . WINDOW and Wall raper. We have a so lected and full supply of window and wall Pa per, of latest patterns, fel8 C. BELL FRESH Teas: ... 5 half chests Young Hyson; Km J do do I ourchong: or black; -. ao-u iba. boxes imperial; 10-6 do do Young Hyson. On hand and for sale by fl C.BELL .