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TO THE PUBLIC.
AMES SCANTLIN, SR JAMES SCAXT.IN, JR. JAMES SOANTXIN & SON, HAVING secured for the State of I 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 1846. The many advantages of this Stove overall others, has secured for it the reputation wherever it is known, of being the most important improvement ever made in that article. The stove is furniihed with Double lleiirtln,- one for a coal furnace and one for broiling anil other necessary uses. It has a enpucious oven equal in size to the Stove itself, capable of containg two tiers of pans and per fect in its cooking. The fire chamlier is so arranged in front of the pipe that boiling on four of tho holes at the same time can l done without the necessity of lientipa up the OVEN and thus chocking up the flue unnecessarily AS IN OTHER "AUl TIGHT STOVES." And a new improved damper has been introduced in this Stove so that the heat 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 remarkable manner, beauty with strength and util ity. The furniture and equipments of the stove are perfect in every respect, and form of themselves a complete movable kitchen. In addition to the above stove the subscribers have also secured the right to sell the Double Oven Cook ing Stove, "J I Alt It Y OF THE WEST,' which is very highly approved by all who have ever used or examined it for its capacities in the way for cooking in every department, and for its saving in way ol tuel. '1 ae certiiicutes below from those who have used tho aliove stoves show that the accomoda tions are not "pulls" merely, but truths o! which all may lie convinced. ALSO. A large assortment of every kind o stoves; such as, Premiums, Parlors, Counting-Room Shop and School-Room. Together with a large as sortuieitt of Tin-ware, at their usual low prices. CERTIFICATES: Mfrshs. James Scantlin Sl Son, Gentlemen Having examined all, and tried sev eral of the Cooking Stoves now in use, I have con cluded to give the "Combination Air Tight" Cook ing Stove of Messrs. French ond VVinslow a trial, (it is an improvement upon the"Wa;;er Air Tight" Cooking stove,) and 1 am fully salaried that it com bines more useful advantages in cooking than any other stove how in us'ei Yors, &c. R. W. DUNBAR. Messrs. James Scaxt-.in Sl Sox, Gentlemen The "Double Oven Cooking Stove," purchased by me from you some time since, has far surpassed my exjiectations, and if cooking for a large number of persons in a very short time and in first rate style, with small expense of fuel, are any eviden ces of a good stove; this certainly has proved itself to be one. JOHN M. APP. Taylor House, Evansvillc. Messrs. James Scanti.in Sl Sox, Gentlemen After giving the "Combination Air Tight Cooking Stove which you put up for us, a thorough and impartial trial; we take pleasure in be ing able to say to you that it far surpasses any thin" ol the kind we have ever used, and we feel satisfied that it is superior to any of the many patents that are offered for sale in our City. JAMES STEEL. ADAM SCHAFFER. EvANsvti.t.E, August UUtll, 1S17. Messrs. Jamfs Scaxti.ix Sl Sox, Gents In reply to your enquiry concerning the Double Oven Stove "Harry of the West," that you tint up for tnc I would say that I have tried a niimlier of stoves ol various paterns, but this one I niu.st give n decided preference over all others that I have used, and consider it well worthy of the attention of the public. CHARLES BABCOCK. Messrs. James Scaxtms Sl Sox, Gents. I have used for some weeks past, in my Hotel the Double Oven Cookin" "Harry of the West" purchased by mo from you, and during that time the capacities of the stove for boiling, broiling, cooking and roasting has been fuLly tested and lean safely say that this stove can do more and better cook hit: in a shorter time with less trouble and expense than any stove that has ever been used in my house. I have examined many of the stoves for sale; and for some vears was engaged in the business of manufacturing them but have never yet seen any stove that arrives no near pcrr-ction as the one now used by me. Washington House. BENJ. M'KRE. Evansville, August 30th, 1817, Messrs. James Scantm.x & Sox. Gents. Having used the Double Oven Cooking Stove "Harry of the West." I can say that 1 fully concur with Mr. Nurre, in the favorable opinions he lias expressed above concerning it. JOHN GREEK. Missus. James Scaxti.ix Sl Sox, lients. 1 have now in use in my kitchen a "liar ry of the West" Stove, and I find it to be in every re beet preterablo to any 1 have ever wed in my ten vears experience in keeniiii' a hotel, 1 have had va rious kinds and among them "Burks" celelirated .cooking stove, but the "Harry of the West" combines 'advantages in tho saving ot fuel ond in boiling and baking which must.ever place it among the very best . Cooking Moves yet invented C K. UKt.w, Proprietor Exchanee Hotel. Reference concerning the stovescon also be hail oi I'M. Olmstend, Ksqr., James Brazelton, Esq., Mo sea Aiken, Win. Griffith, Win. Elliott, Evansvillc; W . Baldon, and lr. rocy, l eterburgh, la. Call on J AM ES SC AN TL1N Sl SON. at the sign ol the Loi.dex Coffee ! ot; Main street, nearly oppo site the 'Chequered Store,' Evansvillc sep23-6m. CITY BAKERY. THE stuVcrilicr begs leave to inform the citizens ot Evensville lhat he continues to manufacture Bhead, Rvsk, Cake and Crackers of all kinds, fresh every day, of the liest materials and in the liest manner. He will also keep constantly on hand for sale by the barrel or re tail, the best article of Flour. He is determined to plea.e jhe tastes of his patrons and hoies to receive a liberal share of patronage. His stand is on Main st. next door to Jesse T. Lamb's store. apSKIif. NICHOLAS FIX. PRIVATE HOARDING HOUSE ... i lie. uiineriiiiieii imif openeu THE has Private .1 uonruiiig itouse in tue uricK uuuunigon v Ji. ter Street, above Main, known as the Whcel- T T 1- II . I nil ii' . t r House. My object is to keep a house for the ac commodation of Gentlemen principally. There are, however, three or lour very pleasant rooms in the limine which can lie fitted up lor the accommodation of small families. The table shall not he surpassed by any in the city. Nov. 4th A. FA RNS WORTH. COFFINS. ' " mado to order, feb l-Clll Constantly on hand and KOUEKT FURGUS. Main Street. OfWl I"000" Black and Colored Alpacca Lusters rv0Jf zb " Kentucky Jeans. ' ' ' ' 100 " Sattinctts all colors. l."iO " Red, White and Y'ellow Flannels 75 Cases assorted Prints. 6 " Bleacncd Muslins. 500 " Woollen Shawls. , 150 Pair Blankets, just received and for sale very cheap, by J. H. MAGHEE,&CO., oct. 1-ti ' .. Main street FURGUS' FURNITURE 'WAREHOUSE. At the old stand. Main St. above the j)Jarket.) 1 have on hand and shall constantly keep 'for soje, a large and general assortment of FURNITURE, made in the best manner. iJiand which 1 will sell at remarkable low j Those wishing: any article in mv line are re quested to call and examine my stock. ' N. B. All orders from the country promptly at tended to and furniture carefully pneked lor shipment Feb. l-tiw ROBERT FURGUS. GS3 prices BVr. IKTi-jsflti From the Pittrburg Gazette. THE past summer (1847) has been a very rem orka ble one. Frequent ond heavy rain, followed by intense and long continued heat, had the effect, in the first place, to promote a rapid growth of succulent vegeuition, and in the second, to produce a rnpid de composition of vegetable matter, giving rise to much mima and spreading sickness, disease and death, in L'"ies which had heretofore been remarkable for their salubrity. We are credibly informed, that whole meadows, on which the graas 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 not enough well persons to attend upon the sick, whose sutli rings were prctracted by a want of prop er remedies, as well as of good nursing. Much of this suffering might have been 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 mosphere 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 "Dr. M 'Lake's Liver Pills." These Pills are the prescription of an eminentPhy sician in Mononsahala Co. Virginia, and were used by him in his private practice as remedy in billious complaints, for years before he thought of offering them to the public. Such, however, was the success of the Pills, and so great the number of persons ben 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. To prevent thia he has made arrange ments with the house of J. Kidd & Co. No. 60 Wood Street, Pittsburg, Pa. to prepare and vend them, where the genuine may be procured at all times and in any reasonable quantity. These Pills are not recommended as a panacea for 'all the 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 prclerence over all other Pills, and cannot be persuaded to exchange those which they find experi ence to be mUd,Mtif, and effectual, fur any other, even though they may be near coated, ot so drastic as to go "through by day light." Prepared for the proprietor by J. KIDD & Co. whole sale Druggist, No. 60 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. to whom all orders irom a distance must be directed. Sold also by our Agents and the principal Druggists throughout the United States and Canada. !& N. B. Purchasers will please be particular and inquire for "Dr. M'Lanet Liner Fill," as there are other Pills purporting to be "Liver Pills," now before tne public, aeczz-wiy. told Wholesale Sl Retail by CRAWFORD BELL. Main st Evansville, lnd. HEALTH! HEALTH! THOMSON'S COM POUND SY RUPof TAR AND WOOD NAPHTHA. THE ONLY CF.RTA1X REMEDV FOR THE CURE Or CONSUMPTION. Ashma, Bronchists, Spitting Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast, bore lnroat, ilaorsness, laipitation of the Heart, WhoopingCough,Croup,llives, Nervous Tremours, Liver compliant, Diseased Kidneys, and 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 futal, as Consumption. In this country especial ly, Pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a scourge and in its resistless career sweeps over the 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 Beem,xl w.ithin our power was at best al leviation of suffering, rendering somewhat smoother the certain progress to the tomb The proprietor, in offerim! this preparation to the public, would embrace the opportunity to state upon wiiat grounds it puts torth lis merits; and the reasons upon which it founds its superior claims to the atten tion of the atUicted, that all who require its use may repose full confidence in its curative powers. Since its first preparation he has had the pleasure of wit nusing its happy results in numerous instances; bu he was determined not to offer it to the public unti he had liecome thoroughly convinced ol its efficacy Having such conviction, he now confidently offers i as a remedy without a parallel for the cure ofPUL MONARY CONSUMPTION and its kindred dis eases. Let the following speak for itself. "I have used'TiioMPsox's Compound Syrup of Tar Sl Wood Naphtha,' ibr 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 weakness of the pulmo nary organs, existed. The rapidity with which it acta is greatly in its lavor where dyspuoja or oppres sion exists, when is mediately relieved by jt." "In Pulmonary Consumption it can be used with confidence, being applicable to every form of that disease, and I consider it a medicine well worthy the attention of Physicians, and exempt from the impu tation ofempiracism." M. CHAMCERS, M. D. Philadelphia, Oct. 11th, 1846. 53"The above medicines prepared only by Angxey Sl Dicksox, at N E corner of Filth and spruce Streets Philadelphia: Sold by C. BELL, Evansville, and respectable drueuists generally. Price 50 cents or fl per bottle; beware of interven tion. nov4, 1847, REFINED LOAF SUGAR. ffT CASES Stewart's Double Refined; O 5 bbls Crushed do do, 1 do Powdered, in store and tor sale low bv jan2!. C. BELL. "ITTINDOW Glass. An assortment ofWi:;dow v Glass, assorted si2es. i or sale by n:ay4 tf. A LAUGHLLN, Wate TOBACCO. The undersigned have on hand one of the largest and best assortments ot manufac tured Tobacco in the West, Virginia, Ken'ucky, Mis souri, and Indiana Brands. Among late arrivals art the following: 20 boxes Sel Jon and Anthony's i lump; 20 King's 8 lump; 10 " Ender's i lump; 10 " I. Hare's 12 do; 10 " W. H. Hare's pound lump; 10 " Scldon and Anthony's pound lump. All superior Virginia Brands, selected by a cen noiweur and bought for cash, on which terms they will be sold at a very small advance by nov20 ALUS &, HOWES WABASH FLOUR. 200 bbls "Otter Creek" Brand, received .per Arkansas Mail, and for sale by BEMENT &. V IELE jail iJ SHAWLS A great variety of Shawls, amongst which are an extensive assortment of superior and common black Cloth. Tartan, Mode, Tureni, &c. For sale low by !s28 M. W. FOSTER. -6HP M.RENSCHLER, Blacksmith. Shop flfn Locust street, opposite the Sherwood rr' Every thing in my ins done witii neatness and dispatch, give me a call ap 2 ALEX ALE I! 100 bbls. City Manufactured Ale in store and lor sale (wholesale or retail,) by jani27 DECKER & KRAMER. CHAIRS! Chairs! I am able to offer th utihlie nn nsForlment ol Chairs ol all Qualities and prices, ol beautiful patterns "- and workmanship. Call and examine at my Furniture Wareroom, Maiu street above the Market febl-bm ROBERT FURGUS. COTTON YARNS, AC. The subscriber, Aont for the Covington and the Cooper Cotion lactones, has constantly ou hand a large stock of Cot ton Y'arns, VVicking; Carpet and Coverlet Warp, Twine and Batting. For sale at tho lowest prices. R. BUCHANAN, Cincinnati, an W-3in-Cin Gajj THE WORLD'S ILLATION! That the Piles if- disarmed of its terrors, By Dr Upham's Vegetable Electuary riHE great sensation which was created among 1 the Medical Faculty, and throughout the civili zed world, by the announcement of Dr Upham's Elec tuary, for the Cure of Piles, (a disease that resisted all former medical treatment,) has settled down into a thorough confidence, that it s a positive and speedy cure in all cases of Piles, either Bleeding or Blind. Ex ternal or Inie.-nol. and also for all Diseases of the Stomach and Bowels, such as Seveie and Habitual Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Liv er Complaint, Inrlamation of the Spleen, Kidneys, Bladder, Bowels, and Spine; Ulceration of the Intes tines; Flow of Blood to the Head, &c; and for the Re lief of Married Women. The Symptoms, Cause and nature of the Piles, to gether with its conjunctive diseases, will be found in ihe pamphlets, to be had of all agents and dealers gratis. V0LUNTARYCERTIF1CATES. United Statas Marshall's Office, j New York, Dec. 6th, 1847. I Messrs. Wvatt 5c Ketch am: Gentlemen Un derstanding that you are the General Agents for the sale of Dr Upham's Vegetable Electuary, for the cure ot the Piles, I have deemed it my duty to volunteer a recommendation in hehaltof that invaluable medi cine. 1 have been afflicted for many rears with the Piles, and have tried various remedies, but with no etlects. Indeed, I begon toconsider my case hopeless. But about the first of September la.st, 1 was prevailed upon by a friend to make trial of the above named medicine; 1 took his advice, and rejoice to say that I am not only relieved, but. as I believe, perfectly cur ed. 1 most earnestly recommend it to all who may have the misfortune to be afflicted with that annoy ing and dangerous disease. Very respectfully, Yonr ob't servant, ELY MOORE. nIw Your. Nov. 2. 1847. Metfrt H'yatt $ Ketcham: Gentlemen I am con Strained to give you a statement of Ihe benefit I de rived from using Dr Upham's Electuary, in a case of I lies, bv so doing, 1 shall render a benefit to those who are suffering from that troublesome diseaes. was reduced tor several years by the Piles so much -L . . t I. r II. inn i u was wun great uimcuiiy lor me to wain or oi' tend to my business. I also suffered from other dis' eases, which were extremely troublesome, and which I am pleased to say two boxes of the Electuary en tirely removed; and that my health is better now than it has been for many years. It has done me and mv family since more eood. and with less ex pense, than the physicians to whom I have applied, or medicine 1 nave used. I remain, still in perlect health, Your ob't serv't, NELSON NEWTON. 280 Spring street, cor Renwick. New York, Nov. 15, 1847. M'sr Wyntl 4- K'lcham: Gentlemen I consid er it a duty which I not only owe to you, but my fellow beings, to speak in praise of Dr Upham's Elec tuary, a medicine which 1 think has saved my life, and restored me to full health. For several years I was arllicted with Piles, together with Dyspepsia, 1 1 .1: .Urt I aiiu a primal uismiuiltriui-iji ui uio esinit. . tin- j pioyeu umereni pnysicians, wun no goou resun, ana i- ur '.i :..u j. r ' and said that I must die. 1 thus had given up all I tnev at msi ioio ni tnev couiu uo no more lor me. hotics of even having my health restored, until I had en led to mind the heVhts thit a nci.hew of mine in Philadelphia (uenjaman l ercival) had derived in a severe case of chronic dysentery, by your medicine, that I purchased a box, which, to my surprise, after taking a tew doses, 1 received great relief, and thank God, by continuing its u.-e, that I am now restored to perfect health. MRS. SARAH T. AMES 142 Mercer street. Notice--The genuine Upham's Electuary has his written signature, thus (OCT A. Ujihatn, M D.) The hand is also done with a pen. Price $1 a box. ix.ld,wholesale and retail by W Y ATT & KETCH AM, 1j1 Fulton street, N Y and by Druggists gen erally throughout the United States and Cuuadas. jan 23-'4a A.C. HALI.OCK, Agent for Evansville, lnd. THE UICEAT HEJJEDl!! House's Indian Tonic. A safe and sure'eure tor CHILLS or AGUE & FE VER, in the unprecedented short timeof Five Hours as thousands throughout the West and South can testify, who have been thus speedily cured by this Or eat Remedy! "L VERY one who is afllicted. should be anxious to .Hi 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, feels called upon to ptate, honestly, a lew lacts, which win estabi.sn House's Indian Tonic to be the best remedy Ibr UHlLLfc or AolE and t ever, now known, f act 1st The article is convenient and pleasant to tnkeis re fined from all cross particles, which render other pre parations so muddy, nuuseous,'and disagreeable to the taste; and it trie directions are followed, w in cure every i case, with mathematical certainty, in from three to five hours. Astonishing ! ! ! but true. Fact 2nd--- j By its action upon the fiver and other organs con cerned in forming it, the bile is regulated, the morbid action induced by the cause ol the disease is destroyed fever allayed and it will be found a powerfull agent in assisting to remove fevers generally. Fact 3rd It gives tone to the stomach invigorates tlie body stimulates all the functions to a healthy action and is highly useful, wherever tonics are w anted. Fact 4th this tonic has performed, and is daily per forming, cures in CHILLS or AGUE &. FEVER, without a parallel in medicine. Witness a single bot tle making a cure in a case ol TEN Y EARS stand ing; another in a case of NINE YEAI.'S standing to cure that which had previously ba tiled all skill, and every remedy. Look at the many other astonishing cures set forth in the certificates around ihe boule, and then sav. if HOUSE'S IN D I AN TON IG does not de servedly stand, pre-eminently the greatest remedy of the times. Read the certificates carefully; they are from your neighbors and Iriends and whenever you meet with any of them, (to ascertain the truth,) don't fail to ask them concerning it. Be sure to ask lor HOUSE'S INDIAN TON 10, and as you value your henlth, don't be put off with any thing else. Prepared and sold by Geo. W House, Nashville, Tenn. Price $1 per bottle. For sale by bin W M WOOLSEY, Evansville, lnd HOUSE'S CELEBRATED VEUETAULE 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 Ot rHARMACT. To all who labor under any lingering or Chronic disease, they are especially recommended. In Guct, White Swelling, Fever Sokes, Scrofula, and Ner vous Debilitv, they never fail to give relief. In RHEUMATISM, they are the only certain cure ever discovered for this painful disease, as hundreds can testify, who are now reioicine free from pain and in perfect health, after having been given over by friends and physicians as incurable, in uropsitAL affec tions, and diseases of the Womb, and those growing out of it, they are exceedingly valuable. Billious and all other Fevers, are subdued at once, by their speedy action upon the whole system. A treat amount of the best evidence could be added to establish the liitrh reputation of this P1EI butthe 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 the wrapper. Prepared only by GEO. W. HOUSE. Nashville Tenn. For sale by, nov4 6m W M WOOLSEY, Evansville, lnd. PILES! HOUSE'S PILE OINTMENT is a most valuable safe and certain cure for PILES. fytxe certificates around the bottle. Prepared by George W House; Nashville, Tenn-, Price $1 per bottle. For sale bv. W M WOOLSEY'. Evansville, lnd. DISSOLUTION. rpiIE firm of Johnson &. Crane was dissolved on the L 1st inst., by mutual consent. Tho business will hereafter be conducted by Mor ris S. Johnson, who is alone authorized to settle the affairs of die late firm, MORRIS S. JOHNSON, fcb. X ISAAC A. CRANE. BULLETIN No. 3. THE GREAT FLOOD of 1847 will be long re membered in many parts of the West. 1'he swollen streams seemed to know no bounds; but ris ing higher and higher carried dismay to the inhabi tants. Merchants were obliged to remove their wares from the rivers' sides to remoter places; families weie compelled to desert their dwellings; the poor suffered more severely than language can describe. The pub lic authorities were called on to administer aid and counsel. In short, great public calamity had oc cured. Well would it be if the sad consequences of die Flood had ceased when the waters subsided. But no! (Cr'I'he retireing waves left vast alluvial depocites, which in a lew months xrsr give out that deleterious miasm which produces billious diseases ! What says the celebrated Dr. Ferguson on this point! Answer: The cause of billious derangement has its principal source in half dried margins of rivers." All history and experience proves this theory. When the British army encrmped on the plains of Estrem adura, at a time when the river Guadiana had become dry after a flood, remittent and intermittent fevers raged among the troqps with such destructive malig nity that they came nigh being extirpated. The Graefenberg Company, therefore, earnestly call the attention of the entire West to their most ex traordinary and celebrated series of Anti-Billious M xiicines. In every locality where there is the slightest .endency to any lorm of Fever, Fever and Ague, Dumb Ague and the like, the inhabitants should at once end to the General Agent of the dis trict and have a Graefenberg Depot established near them Were this done, and the Graefenberg Vegeta ble Pills and Health Bitters used according to direc tions. there would be no tear of billious diaeaeea. So important are the Graefi nberg Medicines to the people ol the West, that the following steps sdould be immeaiateiy taKen 1st. Every neighborhood should have itsGraefen here Depot. By addressing the General Agent of any district this can be secured. 2d. Families should club together and get an imme diate supply. - 3d. Emigrant Societies and other philanthropic bodies should furnish them to the needy. By such means bilious diseases will be entirely pre' vented. The other Medicines of the Company are most em inently adapted to the diseases for which they are re' commended; and consist of the following: The Graefenberg Eye Lotion, the Children's Pann cea, the Green Mountain Ointment, the Consump tive's Balm, the Dysentery Syrup. trjrThe General Agent for Indiana is Myrus Sea ton, to whom applications for agencies may be addres sed. EDWARD BARTON, Secretary. New York, January, 1848. WM. M. WOOLSEY, Agent feb&-tf for Evansville. 1 A. RARITY under the head of a Patent Medicine advertisement. We ask our readers to peruse the following, knowing they will prolit thereby. I9f. A 'V NE'S V Lit 31 IHli E. . ... 7 r . .., ... ,i .. k : A medicine which lSDcrtectlr eate.and may Degiv . .. . - . , - ,r llJren ,rom HnUer. "!7" LMI""3 " r , " ,,X " , h' rmv.nnd l r,od- 1 ur. m Idly, suMuing fever, d.s roysand expels worms with invariable success, and is easily administered to children. That it possesses these valuable properties, is fear lessly asserted: still claiming the aditional advantages of being given in small bulk, and requiring noneofllie drenching which Worm tea and other suposed Ver mifuge demand. IJunng Us brilliant career, it nas been introduced into many families, whereevery oth er known and accessible Vermifuge had been tried w ithout the least success, where it has promptly ex pelled worms loan almost incredible amount. I Hear what the Editor of the Bulletin of the Pacific, (published in Pittsburgh, Pa.) says in reference to the article. "In looking up a few advertisements for my small sheet, the other day, I called in tqion Messrs. J. Kidd &. Co. and remarking that I would be glad to advertise any medicine that really was essentially useful, they furnished me with their circular respecting Dr. M Lane's Worm Specific, with the accompanying certif icates. Feeling pursuaded that the certificates were genuine, I took some of the medicine home for the use of my own young family. 1 gave the first day a small teaspoonful to Sarah. She was wan-looking and black under the eves. She passed several worms, some as large as a pipe stem. 1 also gave a small teaspoonuu to Samuel, a little, rosy cheeked fleshy boy, about 3t years old. But as his stomach was tympanous, l. e. he was pot-bellied, I thought he might have worms. He cried after more, which I did not see fit to give him, but upon the operation of this medicine, his mother and trie neighbors were surprised at the result. He passed nearly a pint of worms, almost all as big as a common pipe stem. There was seventy in all. 1 then gave some to a little boy only 2 years old, and he pass e.1 twentv-five. some eicht inches in lencth. 1 there fore feel clear to recommend M' Lane's Vermifuge as a specific lor worms. It fairly seems death to them. ISRAEL REES, Editor. Pittsburgh Feb. ICth, 1847. J. Kidd & Co. No. 60 Wood Street; Pittsburgh, now the sole proprietors of Dr. M' Lane's celebrated medi cines. All orders must be addressed to tliem. 9JT N. B. Purchasers will please be particular to inquire for "Dr M' Lant't American h'orm HinUfic, or I'trmifvg..'" Sold Wholesale Si. Retail by CRAWFORD BELL. Main St., Evansville lnd. By Druggists and Dealers generally throughout United States. dec 22-w ly Dr.Mnrphy'sSiigar-Coated Vepelable Anti-Billions and Anti-Dyspeptic Fills. IJKEPAREDby Wm. H. Murpav, M. D. 384 L Pearl Street New Y'ork, 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 rirnimHt.mrew. and bv all aires, without any fear o tlw and rnnwniipnre often attending mercurial and mineral preparations. Persona exposed to changes of weather and climate travelers, emigrants, seamen, soldiers. See are recommended to provide themselves with a supply of these Pills. Their extraordinary ef ficacy in thote complaints which prevail in our South ern and Western States during the summer months, and particularly along the banksof rivers, lo';cs and ponds, and in those sections where the land is not all cleared up and drained, might be seen from the piles of letters received by the Proprietor, which have been ad dressed to him by those who are greatlul for the ben efit derived from the use of his Pills. Dr M URPH Y 's SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE I Anti-Fever Pills, For the Immediate and Permanent cure of Ague and Fever, Chills and Fever, and all other Fevers. I Prepared by Wx. Murphy, M. D. 384 Pearl Street New York. 500 REWARD. I will give Five Hundred Dollars to any person who will 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 Ami-Fever Pills. 1 will also give Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars to any person who will show a sin gle case where any injurous effects have attended tite use of these Pills. 1 hey are warranted in all cases to cure Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, when taken according to the direction accomompanying them. WM. MURPHY, M. D. Price 50 cents per box. Agents for Evansville, W &.C. BELL; Ml Vernon, D. McMullen; New Har mony, Agniel it Son; Cynthiana, Wm. Wh.ting; Owensville, John Graham; Princeton, J. R. Camp pell: Columbia, W. J. Casey. june24 tw mi. CINCIKfUiATTI AT HOME".! SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY. MATHEW McLNNERNEY & Co., would res pectfully inform the citizens of Evansville, and the public generally, that they have established a Soap and Candle Manufactory, on Division street, between 2d and 3d, at the old stand of Wilks Reagcn. where they intend to keep always on hand a supply of Soap and Candles, of the best quality, which they intend to sell at Cincinnati prices. The highest mar ket prices will be paid for tallow and grease of all kinds. leb 12-fim. B. A. Fnhnestock's Vermifuge, A tara Rented r tor Worms. It has met with a success hitherto unparalleled. Kl-kalGrove, liutlerco., ta. ) JulviNth. 1846. I ABOUT ten days ago, a hoy belonging to one of my neiiilibors. and who had been ill for a week or more, was seized with spasms, and had four severe nts within twenty-tour hours lhs parents adminis tered two doses of B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, when he passed one hundred end three large worms, and obtained complete relief. Joseph bcmxixs, Merchant. Baldwin Towasmr, Alleghany co.. Pa. ( April 30th, 1846. i Mr. Fahnestock: Sir This will certify that I save my child aged two years, three tea spoons full of your Vermifuge, upon which it discharged eichty-five large worms. I had previously called in a Physician, who, however, did no eood; but the Vermifuge cave imme diate relief. M. Brawdt Certificate of the Mayor of Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster, July 3, 1846. Messrs. Fahnestock Sl co Gentlemen: Several of thevouncer blanches of mv family laboring under symptoms indicating worms, induced the application of various remedies, and 1 am happy to say that your Vermifuge had the ursiied effect of, in one instance, removing the almost incredible number of one l imlred ana nny-one ot the largest worms, rrom one patient, which, in addition toils other beneficial qualities in my family, established the efficacy of your Vermifuge a a sure cuie. in. vinriLTrtii, Mayor of the city of Lancaster From the l.ouixville Journal of April, 1846 II. A. Fahuestock'a Vermifuge. We invite attention to the ad verlisemen t 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 ' " kind now in use. rom the Rev. T J. risher, a Baptist minister in Kentucky: Hodgeisvhxe, Ky., April 11th. 184G. This is to certify that 1 have administered B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge with unparalleled success. T J. Fisher. &y- Read the' following from a highly respectible house in Knoxvilj.e, Tenn., March 4th, 1846. It (the Vermifuge) has proved the best article of the kind which has ever been used in this part of the coun try; we have other prepeations for sale but always recommend yours when our opinion is asked. S. Mansfield Sl Co. Unparalleled Imitofition and Fffrontrry! An individual named S. Fahnestock has repeatedly asserted that the article which he calls "Dr. S. Fah nestock's Vermifuge," and whi.-h he acknwledgea ia made after another man's reccipe, is the same or the equal to the Vermifuge made by me. 1 he Public are assured that tins is a base falsehood and are hereby cautioned against confounding the spurious article with mine. It is entirely different in its composition and does' not possess the virtues and virtues of my preparation B. A Fahnestock. Pittsburgh, March, 1817. The true and geuine B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge may at all times be had at the drug warehouse of the suhsbribers, corner First and wood streets, Pittsburg. Penn. B. A. Fahnextuck & co. ap24 tf. For sale by W.&C. BELL, Evansville HOWE'S IIYCEIAN HOARHOUND AN I) LVEUWOICT COUGH CANDY. THIS popular Candv hasheen before the public in the wept and south more than one year, 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 theCoroB Candv reasonable, in order that it may le in the rearh of all to obtain a remedy, that never tails, (no such word as "fail" is ever heard or thought of, when thif.1 Candy is talked about,) curing tuc most violent Coi.Di and CoroH, and is therefore offered to the fullering and alllicted, of the West and South; for their good; Pulmonarv Complaints. WHoopiNoCouun, Colps.Coughs.Hoarsness, Bronchitis, Asthma, Influenza, Difficulty of Expector ththisic, l roup. Sore Throat, fATioit And general afflictions of the Chest and Lungs, which leads to Consumptions, all of which diseases, yield immediately by the use of this valuable Couon Candv. The materials used in the preparation are of the best quality, being vegetable and the best white Ha--vana Sugar, consequt ntlyit may be relied on as in ev ery respect a pure and genuine article. HOWE Si. CO. , -Vo. 1, Colltgt Hall, W'alnut Strtt Cincinnati, Q. CERTIFICATES. From Henry Morse, Ex Judge ot Court of Common riease. This is to certify that we have used the Cough Can dy ol HOWE &. CO., and do with confidence cheer fully recommend it to those afllicted vith Coughs, Colds, &.c H. MORSE. Manufacturer of Patent Force Pumps, Ornamental Cast Iron Fountains, Fire Engines, &c. Cincinnati, Aug. 11, 1847, D. S F ANNUM. From D. Tuttle.Proprietor of the City Hotel. MESSRS. HOWE &. CO. Gentlemen: It is with much satinfnction that I have it in my power to testify to the efficiency of your Cough Candy. I have used it and know it to lie a valuable and certain remedy for Colds and Coughs, and as such commend it to the publir. Cincinnati, Aug. 16, 1847, D TUTTLE. From Wm. Young, Presiding Elder, of the Metho dist E. Church, Cincinnati. Mr. Howe: Not long since while laboring under the influence of a pniiitully embarrassing hoarseness occasioned by cold and speaking in the open air a friend handed me a piece ol your "Hoarhound and I.ivf-rworl Cnnilv" from the UPC of which 1 I'.tDCricn- ccd great and almost immediate relief since then I have frequently used it with the same beneficial ef- lccts. 1 tlierelore leel no heMtance in recommending rour Candy as a certain specific for Coughs, Colda, loarsness, &.c. WM. YOUNG. Cincinnati Aug. 27, 1847. For sale by W. M. WOOLSEY, Agent, Evansville, Indiana. nov'25, tf. CONSUiMPTION and Lirer Complaint. Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort has been used successfully for eight years in the creot these diseases. Remember the original and genuine is made only at 375 Bowery .N.Y., all others are spurious and unau thorized. To the Public We hereby certify that our son. six years old, was suddenly taken ill with a fever, ana af ter a severe sickness; a violent cough ensued. He was bloated, his skin was filled, and his physi ian said there was no favorable symptom about him hat he had confirmed consumption. At that time we procured a bottle of that valuable medicine, Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort. After taking one bottle, we be gan to have hopes of his recovery. He continued un til he had used five bottles. It is now a year from that time, and his health is better than it has been since an infant. David & Hannah Rogers. Granville, Washington co., N. Y For sale by C. CELL. Ag't. ' F& THE Atlantis has been docked Sc. LVfy throutf hty repaired and furnished and 1 her trips to Shawnee town and Henderson leave . Evansville every Wednesday at 2 o'ciock, P M, and ' Evansville every Sunday at 4 o'clock A M. ocl6. ' t ps. 4-4 Ingrain Carpeting very cheap-, ( 1 ease No. 10 Cotton Cards; 1 -J - . . I I II ...1. -I . I I n 1 1.4: n.i unit w.i. w irnpv h ininu. Just received and for sale by KRG2SEN & wORGAN, No 25 Main street, who have Indinna State Scrip or sale. , nov 13 tf,, . JUST received this dav I.xpress A few cases ol Boots its and s' and' M .fthoes, and a vOJlctv of Ladies' Misses' line Shoes. W. R. BAKER. jan. 23-tf. Mc in street.