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I'n-i- li'i'-l or i
To Ci hk Fowi)) n
Ohio Cul'iviiioi giws the foil
r..e:jo fur ciirirMj; iounik
mo.-e lerrectlv spcaki'iitr,
.voter founder ; "Bleed
i'roin the neck so lonsj as lie cnn
stad up; then make him swallow
one pint of salt : anoint we'i a
nmiHl t,!,e cdes with spirits of,..r-
peRline; keep lnm
i Licit wafer
in , few
1' V J' HU1UU:!M U Hill)
any part ol the
piic-s- nt territory
l tut? I infr-d S'aes were brought
i'rom Finland to J.n.iestown, in
irin;,i, by the
in ' 4iUi)
n ii ruber of sVc;-,
hud iix reused lo
Iji Kiiw, the
in that, colony
Fail Plowing. "A SuWri
ber" p.es his oxpci'ioncft in fall
plowing of ro'T.d intended for
corn, at least. He relized one
third more from part of a ikdd
plowed in the fall than that jiart
plowed in the spring It Mood
the droncht much better. Ilenr
pcs that the sod gives more of
its fertilizing qualities to the gro-
when plowed in the
It hss been said that ihe bark
willow tree burnt to ashes
rr.i.vel with strong vinigar,
remove ivarls, corns. &e.
Some one says that by making the
wicks of candles about half the
o;niiron size, and then weltinir
them with the spirits of turpenti
ne, ard drying them in the. sun
shine before moulding or dipping
they w ill last longer an 1 make a
clearer light than when made in
Ihc ordinary way.
Meat. Combe says the the ribs
will keep the longest, or five or
six ihya in summer, the middle of
the lion next the rump noxt, the
.-round next, and the brisket tho
worst, which will not keep lon
gtrr.thrcc davs in summer.
.VolUTne 2, IT amber ).,
C()M:il!S"aNtJ JULY 1ST, 1S54.
ihe LR.;n Sl) I.CRCASIq DK-
r in d for -Li'!.e I-o -ester ' l.avin;;ex-
hanstfd the-avtrdy or our lilen riom Jun.
Jilt wc tiv.'.l di'. .de the volume into Iw-j.of six
Mo'.ths eith. hi'tead of one of twelxe monihs,
tnerel'V eu-.l.t all who may wish it. to com
ii.cm e'wi'h a !::.". rot-jia the 1st of July. As
mr.ti ai o'-r rerjft'-inj; f.les of hark iiiin.l'";s
eit pone,whieh wiil he m ahoi.t twow-rl s.
we l.;.:i virr'ii each Hbenher for July 1st. k'.i-.l
.-tid thsm the June numher free of charce.
tf the rhari. ter the '-Litile i'o, .!''
.vie leate i.s f i toiiJi-tn iud'-P Tiie hearty inn-
p.'t wt.ich it L. received from a lart-e cla of
most ar)iiec:alinp )ode of Ihe West, ia the
liest c:i.e:iet of iii wo:lh. We shall, with an
increa-itipatroragrc, niftke :irh iujpio;.erts
Hh evpei ltnte eii! pri'Speiilv u.ajr ttfr:yl t!s
letter Ixn.J vory '.fg'.stie.
To Part ii-:, ie.'.chtrs. ai.4 ine l.ut feopte
Lieinv.-lv.;.-, e rouimcl.d 'hi-work, and feel
f'.ri :i I'rn-ii liie hiitoi v of o ir favorite little e.
t"rpris. l!. at th"y will make jrraiid. tlitut to
extern! it ciirulatiiil). ftn'enti.! prjsi. R I erson
may in a con, ie d liou', ueirt a ci'.ib of 20
:4ii almost my dar, ni ttie eff-MtH of many
)i.iv piOeu. V.'e Ki-e ".:i iu o. dr for latpe
i -lulis to Siiudiiv Si tex'ls atid it will t et
t;,rt we f-irtiis'.i tlinivery low.
T i.e "l.'ltle Fir-iter" tn.i been pronounced,
the K'diiou IVer, -lhe cheapest and nentcst
ratier f""r ihen oi'.i in the Li ii'd Sialee," ai.d
w e noei.il. ry n:c a.'.
ersr.d trie r -oJ T p! .'
! f 'V'"'.
, M hv
.d.i. to Lee;;
e f'ji u.c J in
s At'VA c ;
. 2u c-i.l-( 25 copU opfc
s, i a i , I'
out e;ir, " .' J i).
r;ri:'.oi and 1'inju ietor, potpaid,
j:oWAIJ Ll KIIA.M,
Cincinnati. (Jhio .
A nt w voh t .; cl the Sc'.eidiiic Ame.-icari com
Diem tj aljoiit the middle of is pteruU-r in each
ve.'i- )! i journal i f n njili lie. iti h-l.o'ui,
...a .Ue.- eniiitre.i.i ..t. : Uua-nwinttir uo.n.s-
1. y an i '. i ii""1 . anulies II is puhliohed
week'y a forui H.iiuhu. for binding, and con
r.ii; utes, ut the tud ot eat.ii j eai , a splendid vol
i.je ol'over fjor hnndi-i ps.vs, within index,
urn! fn-iu iMtU lo 0i original i graving, togeth
er w itii t gi at aiiiO'-iiil of practical information
coi.cer.iiii i Ui progress of iineimou aud discov
ti v lh"i)i ,Tiioul fJ- oi ld.
The twiiiiilitic Auieriran is the most widely
v-iic-ulaied andpop dar jourm.l of the kind now
published. lU editor, col.t' ihu'ors, and corre
sponina u ate among the t'jlei.t practical ttieu
t.i.c luei.ia th world.
Tnepalf-i.t claims are pe.biished weekly and
are ii.Vuli.aLle lo lir,.uis..i ai.d i atleiit.o,,
Wpa. lieiilmlv wjiu tiie puhhe aaumt pay
ing in.i.ey totraePi'?a(iet.l,ai we are not m
t',m hant ot f ari.!jliii ceruhcatcs of agency tu
knv oi e.
Lcttera ahouid re dirirli d (post-paid) to
ML. NX Co.,
rulton t., Nov York.
TI.nMS! ITEMS' THRMS!
C'nu coj y tor One Y
;x ..lon't'j rsi
l ive co,iies. for fix M or.'hs l
Ten coji.vs for six .Vou'bs . f
"( a ..;. its twvlse Mi nits H'5
i ill en coj irV.or twelvt uioii'ln i
Twenty ctTies f ;r t.v.iv e luou.Ls, tJf.S
: fioull.e. n k'ui W.'nt. nonry taken utpjrfur
Suticri'.oPJ, tr l uet vincc aicu.ps i u iu
. . .''Uia-ti;.
JA 'INiS diM-Urd our eoniitttion as psrt
',. s ',ft Hut -Gaiei," Iho.e peisioa indebted
.f'tnir l:iii et iii.is ejainst the lata hnuof
. J;f ED c l AknAM. iil c'l on D. F.
.s! svhc it fct ihi;.- d J tM i. a u.a lersof
i'ii, V. i- utr.v,
J. ll. La iii AM.
1. K. TOO-" I r. 1 1 M . W. (ilU.KSK
TODTT.r & (ntr.r.NR
De-ibus in l)-y .o.idi, Cror"i ir, Hirdvv art1 ,
Ouocnsu a re , Stoneware, I'uriiilnrc, Jt.. is k
Mini's I ( ;t t s -V C:ip,nnd Heady Mule Cio'.hing.
Lo"osl ' Glctiwoo.!, Iowa. n2."-ly
SAUPV il. KN1 .l.iSli.
Wholesale iiihI Retail Merchants, dealers in
Fiiv ami Indian Goods. G rsrie--. !rv Goo:'.
Ilirdware. Hooks and Stationery, lino's Slim s
Mnl anil Caps anil every a i ii-t v i f Fancy
;'oiiU. on the' we-t side of the Public S-piaie.
iilsnwood, Imva. nogiil-ly
Whole-alp :"i'l Retail Merchant, corner of
Vi ! d and Conliage streets. ke ps constantly
ii li...i a hiru'e assortment of Groceries. Pry
Cw.li, Maniwarr, ki,. CmcUri v, (iVininu I.
IL V. r.FNMKTT,
ttorniT ami Coniwi'llnr nt Law. anil Solicit
nr in CIia: ory, u ill jir:n-1irp in hr nxlli an-.-vp,tli
.In 1 1 1 i -t 1 Ii-t . ir!. I.o.va. Will iiroin't
h it'fi't to all p'ifc!onl h:ii.pis ".!r-tp.!
lo his rarp. Oilice rovii'T of Coolii'.p a'vl I.ynn
Greets (.lpnwi"il. ln.va. a-itf 3I-ly
-ifii ti iiml S .i.'o:i. I n'iiifj jirrmanru'y
o,-n:c' i:i (;i'iio."T. Mill ro., Iv.-a. win
pinmp'ty a!t.ii'l to all oalU in !. , ri f. i.m.
Mj!.e i'ii J.ocu.-t utrept, one door I'ortli of
Wl.'t, Ktr:. . aus::i-ij
D. U. SOLOMON,
Attorney ' t-a , tSlenwoo.l. Mill." C'olowi.
Pr:.rt!"p 'in the Coiii'!.i of tlu-tilli aiol "til .lu
dirial l)iti icis, andtlie Supreme Courl of Io a
M.iv M. 1 s.i t. i.3i-ly.
WILLIAM Colll lKLrt,
Attorney ami Coun-elior at Iw, ( ;le .rood,
.i. L. si i. Up,
Attorney an I Coin.ellor at Law. on the north
tide of Locust street, Glenwood, Iowa, an 31-tf
Doctor .Tdini-s Doiielan. would respectf iilly
iiifoi m the cili.eas of Glenwood, Mill Co.,
Iowa, that he h is permanently located in th:s
pin e, and tenders his Professional services, in
all of its various hralielies, to the citizen an 1
vicin'ty. Jivi.iif attttided a full Course of
.Mpiliciil Leetures, in ennneetion with the St.
Louis Hoi-pital. flutters liimsetf eninpetent
to render general salif j' tion to tlu-oe who may
favor him with their patronafe.
Qr" OhVe at the Drutf Store.
t.i.iNuoon, Mill. Co., Iowa.
Doc 22. 1S."3, n3'-ly.
KOHKKT s. la i:.M)i:r.
Wiioi.i.s i r. Pr.At.r in Wooden, Willow,
and Cedar Ware. Jo. 7, Second St., opposite
Mnn-oe fit;4-, St. Louis, Mo.
WM. JJSOP & SONS,
Siiefhe'd twl w arelioiise, tuiiiih-r 21 3, Main
street, Su Louis. "Matlnpan Iron Coinpany.'
Hosiou, uiuniij'ui tuieis of marhinests tixils. In.ll
i ".ittnn: and drilling iiinehinec, la'lo", .V.r., &r
1'iles, e.lire timls, fc.c inmiulaclured al
Weiitw orih Works, Sheffield, impn'-tl to order.
"tilman, Jiozir.it. coTT
Soei ssorj to Kerthld k. JlrotJiTa, wholesale
dealer' in Groceries, Tea'. Wine and l.iij.toisj
Commission nnd Korwardii.ic MMchunt, 10
.i)lth Serond st,-pet. St. Loui-, M ).
ClIAKLKS Tll.I.AK, W M. FtULAtiEB.,
Fkko. Rozit,Jn. Amiof.e Rejii hold.
Gatey, MeCotie V Co. , hot w.-en Morgan and
GreH t.trfw1, on Mttin and '.second itreets, St.
luis, Mo ; Jti.iildera of St..ain Lnsines. Hollers
and everv desr riptiou of Alill into hinerv.
apr l '-fim
T.V.M. JF.SSOP & SONS,
ri''t7ielil stpol warehouse, '213 Main, corner
of Iora -i street, St. Louis. Stfcl of all de
scription , in store, or imported to order, on the
berttcrmi. 2-6iuJ H. BLAK K WELL, Ag't.
J. V. COilSTOCIv.Sc CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Hoots and
Shoes, of all kinds, .No. 102 Haiu street, St.
Li mis, Mo. apil2-lj'
W. HANSOM &i CO.
" r inufactnrerj of Corn Tin and Suff.t
J'J. ikox woaK,surh as Cojiper Tipe.g for
StCfcin Fngines and Disiillei ies. Breeching and
C cimneya. Soda Generator and Fountain.1, Rre
A ing tinl ull kind of Copper Ki t les. Well and
Cistern Pumps and every other article in theii
line of iliisii.esn, tliey also n u.ufacture and
keep coi'stantly on hand the Si. Iouis premium
Cooking Stoves, suitah'efor S'e m Boat Hotels,
Colleges or other iiumlar culaLdialimeuts; made
in a eL ami workmanliKe manner, and out of
good at d s'lhstanttal material; and of diilVienl
ai.es. All loud or I inuare on ham!, wholesale
ami r"tail, Xw. 233 Main street, outh-eat cor
ner of I herry, of, Louis, o. aprl-din
The British Qmrtcrliei aniEIackwool'i
Lro (id Scott It Co.. New York, continue
to piihlinh the following H'ilish Periodical :
The lauidon Quarterly hevievy (Conservative.)
The F. liuhurgh Rev tew ( Whig. )
The ortt, Hril.sh Review ( Free Church. )
The Westminster Review (Libera.!.)
Ulackwood's Ldinburfh .Magazine (Tory.)
The present critical st'a'e of I'.tiroj ean aiTairs
uiil I ender tJiese puldications nnusuully inter
estii.c during the ear l I. They will oei y
py a middle "Tuundl hc'.weenthe hastily written
news items, rmde speculations and ilying ru
mors of the pieseut daily journal, ai d the pon
derous Tome of trie f lttira historian, written nf-
ter the living intcrcKt and excitement of the
ejeat political events of the lime shall hav
pa'Ked away. It is to these periodicals that
eaders mu.-t look for the only reaily inlei;gi
hie and relia.de hi.torv of current events and
as s.'ch, in addition to their well estatdished lit
erary, theological, and scientific character, we
urge them npou the colisidccaiioii of the read.ng
Arrangements are in progress for the receipt
of early sheets fro n the hritiati puMisiiers, ny
w hh'h we shall he aide to place all our Reprints
in the hands of suhscriht rs alio it t s soon bi
they can he fureished wi'h tiie foieign copies.
Altnoiigh Ihiswill involve very lar'e wAy
on o ir part, we shall rontinuc to fi.n,i.-li the pe
rtod.cjia at he same low rates as heretofore,
For a:;y one of the four Reviews,
For any two of the four Review s,
V'.t any t'nce of the four Rev lev. .
For all four of the Reviews,
For li!ai Iwood's Magazine,
For Kla. kwou.l and three Reviews,
For iluckwood and the four Reviews,
SrLnXDID STOCK OF NKW GOODS
Just trrivej, jut ate.tmer Delaware, st
SJRPY'S CHEAP CJSU STORK
en Minn trfciti, m. Alary.
Ci'izcps anJ emigrant g enn now fiinl o
fu'.l siijiply of fri.i (irneri icn, l'rox isiolis,
Dry GooJ i etiJ llardw urevLkh tl.ej' can
buy dump for cash. ls,'7-tf
1 ( t ' iClvS sail for sate st tiie cheap cadi
-H7VJ i.o f J I'CH'JLLH A. CO.
( CAM" boult auu shoxa for sal choai
UU I..4-U M. C'kOJLl.3 k CO
V. u s i n t 5 s
1ST. LOUIS ADViVriSiMENTS.
I'min tlip N'.' vinnT Ailvri1iin A ;
W. S. SWYMEH, ... U.Si'cnn 1 St., St.
WA. KISSOUKI TtTVFR, 1354.
BLUFF C 11 V A XI) ST. LOUIS
try. iu:ki:t llxi:. jy
f ivorip raisp'Vi'r T.u k
Tiiiirvbi'si.ii. ninl !ip
j ft 1:1. r ii.
.n..iUr S'r Vm-Xft JMLAIt !l All. I.
M. Hnifniv Hip ri.tinlv new mill fl vanllv
ruri.i-h.-i1 i'..-1'nT I'ac-fcet JAS. II. LI' CAS.
Tin' almve ii.'.imir' will form a KEOULAU
Wr.fKLY PACKK.T LINI-: from St. Louis to
Council Bluff's, Ip.ivine St. Lout evrry Tuc
ilav. t I r. M . ami Uluir City every Thui-s;!ay
t 'in. a. v. 'l'hff st inu r K.I l'ao. plying h."
tPi'n Sf. Josli Hfol I'ouiiril Hint's, conuOrl
inU Hitli tin: Mi'dinna l'olur Star anil Jas. II.
Lni'as at St. J.i'ili.
Tli" alio'p lioai.s rp not eppl!pl for afply,
joi'c I ii;.. I riniiloi '. anil "'iippr ainl Hi" travt l
niij ro:iii,'Uiiilv ran rpy upon the prrmaiienr)
of ilii li'ip. 'riiriiush fi"it.M a ii .1 iiai"u"-:
will meet wit. I but ;
f'-w ( !.- d.'tei.ti.in at St.
P. A. SAKf'V, A;ent,
St. .Me-v, lort'.i.
ir'itVnPilr)'"! L nn.
JV"rWV;KN St. Louis. r..itoii enj Npw
Voik, c.y.: .s'm- i-f I weefns i I 'is steam
propell'TS oti laiifs ( ir ii. . i. F.rieaiei .Michi-;aii.
i ,'iow prepare.! to contract for Hit transporta
tion of produce and inn cliat.dise with ilis.aii-ii.
eipial to that of any other mute and upon very
CRAWI ORD. CO.. Proprietors,
( i;delis!iiirir. ,N. Y.
For freight apply to 0'is kimhall. Aent.
C. R. R., I"" Stale street, llostoli; J. L. War
iiPr, Aent X. R. R., No. tin Courtland street.
N. V.;"(ieo. Jeiii.Uon, Ak'eiitT. and O. S.. No,
la") Itroad -.tref-t, . V.; Chamherlain Az Craw
ford, Cleveland, O.; S. Clarv, Ai;ent, Chicago,
III.; Matth'-r . Co.. ih.
GILUI.KT KXAPP, Jr., Aeent,
ane 31-1 y o. l.')2 S rond St., s,-'5"i'I:
SlGEitSO.f 8 KURSEEY-
0"J TlIF Pinprietors of the a hove iirserj-,
f. situate l seven miles south of St. Lout-,
j ; have now in cron ir; ami ready for sale
ml iielivery this F ill and Ihe rotnin Sprinp,
much larger and h"tti r asirtnieut of Fruit.
hade and Ornnnent.il Tiees and S'lruhhery
han heretofore thes,- hue reen ahln to furnish.
They tlstti-r themselves that pcrii wishing
ittieles in tl eii line cull he furnished to any
xtent.and of more tin iffy and vigorous growth,
than can he h id elsewhere; and at prices that
,nust make it the interest of all wishing a aup
plv to call and examine their Slock.
Their licsi riptive Catalogue lor 151 i now
ready for dehw-ry, and will he f irnishe't to all
post-paid applications. Their terms will leas
lieietofore, t asm o nmmi', miles ither
w ise agre'd upon, and will very as to th ie
ind age of the trees or plants.
Orders for Fall planting should he sent in ear
Iv, to pievi nt u.si(oiiituieiit for the want id
time lo fill and dei;-er before Winter set.1 in.
All orders hy mail should he addrejwd to
St. Louis to
aprl2.l v JOHVSfuF.RSON i. BKO.
MISCELLANEOUS ADV S.
UNIVERSITY FAMILY MEDICISE3
FEVER AND AGUE.
'"MHF. I'ntversi'y of Free Medicines and Pop
L ular Kuowle 'ge, r haitered hy the State of
Peiin- 1 at.ia. April olh. lv'3, iuainly l ar
rest tnc evil's of sp-irioua wstruin?: also to sup
ui V 1 lie iiuhltc with leliahle remedies, w here
the heat medical advisers cannot or will not he
emiilove l. having purchased the itival untile rei
edv, hoWAMi'S IONIC MIX'l I'RF.. the
first and only known hr twkstv vf.au. as
the curtain cure for the Fever and Ague, and
its kindred complaints comfidoiiily recommend
It to the patronage of the ali'iicte.L
Tne ahove t n ' t . T it .oil likewise reroir rin tvl i
for Huwel Complaints. RoWAND"S CO.M
POI D SVRCP OF H1.ACK.L1KKRY Itoo T,
and in III da-: lime will furnish its own rcrnnlv
for every d.e,ise ihat can he safely treated in
l!y .ji ler of the Trus'.pes,
Jt)!IX 11. ROW AND. M. P.
Piesident of the l uiversity, nnd Head of the
i'lial maceiitial IVpailinent.
Ilonie Dispensary and Otlice, No. lis A.-rli
St., Philadelphia. ! 2'l. ly
Wholesale. Retail and Cummiintion .V:r
tiitf, wrut-r of .Van and Grr&tiry
ilreiln, St. M try.
HASjti.-t recciviid and novhafor talc
a large assortment of selec.tud uierthandiss
tiAJadamed tu the wauls of all clangs in I'.i.n
new and thriving community, w h:ch he can sell
as chi-ap as can he oiler ed elsew here so iiigh up on
the Missouri liver. I! s goods have been 'io:-
tej I.y an expenetieed purcliaser, with sjiecial
reifertiice to the circuinst.iures and wants of all
classes of svttiers in a new country. Ladii-s
ml geulleuieii, cl. l lreii and youth, all rati he
sujiplied. Call and see for yourselves. His
stock consists of ihe following, auionj; a great
many other articles he cannot now enumei ate:
Among his dry goods may I' found woolen
and sattmett cloths, raseinetts, tweeds, cash
meres, linseya, flannel, red, white, grey and
blue, Caspian plant. Colloii goods, srieetiugs
and ahirUng, bleached and unbleaclieiU blue
and white dulling, osiiabure;, bedtickiti", hick
ory, coetks, k.c.
fANf T lioops
A beaiitiful assortiiieiil of fancy prints of
every vane. y of style and pattern. GiaghiiAs,
lawns, nriireit a.incca, Poinhtines. bemr.ay-
e'tes, shawls, scarfs, handkercfiitfs, era uiiis-
lin, e-iiu;;, ru.iions, uc.
A well selected stock of Summer, Fall and Win
ter Clothing, ioino.-l.tig iu part of line dress
coals, pants and veals also good summei cloth
ing of bll descriptions; and lo-acy clothing for
fail and w inter use.
Also shirts, knit flannel drawers and under
shirt, socks, Vc. Men's and hoyj' hat and
raps of various fashions, qualities, and prices.
Boots and shoiK, thick and thin, polished aud
unpol led of every description, tur men womeu,
and children's use.
Crushed, clarified, loaf and brown sugar, mo
laes. syrup iiml.t-ss, golden syrup, sujrior
tea, Rio and Java codec, sassafras, ginger, pep
per, cloves, spire, cinnamon, ground (finger,
nutmegs, mulls, tot.areo, cigan, pipes, soap,
candies, vinegar, pickles, pepper-sauce, tc.
A large assortment of Hour of varions quali
ties ami pi tecs; corn meal ate! all thevaiious
pio.lucts of the f irm a.nd gardi n; hai-on anil
h h, kiln dried apples, peach. cuueiits, uisi.u,
Ve. H v ki) w a s k. Stoves of various patterdt
for Cooking and heating ro.ims, slove-jitpes and
elbows, la ge and small iron kettle;, frying
pans 'iiii '-S ha.id-;ioi i, shovels and tongs,
ir.anure foika, hay foi ks, sry thes, shovels and
spades, log and trace chains, axel, hamoi' is,
pincers, iron and steel, nails, horse-iasps, files
aws, k. lives and to. ks. iMicket knives, raoii,
hutjs and screws, door Lan lies, knobs, lorkst
kr. TiNwsHE. V general assortment ke,it
for household purposes. Woopw Aat. Wa-!i-tul
s, Shaker palls, w ood and inc washboards,
l.r.vTiirs Fole-leather, harness leather ,cow
hide, kip skins, calf skins, liiuugs and morocco.
Saddles, bodies, halien, laiuctls, cirtin rti s.
beilv-baiids, driving lint ., collars, laek-st.aps,
girths, I. Iind-bridl's, 4.C. Minn istt. A Ken
eral assortment pf niediciue for feven, fever
and aue, and tho coinmou rouiphiin's of thr
country. Cook's, Lee's, Sappeuy Ion's, fjiaggs,
aud Janes' pills. Quinine, tonics, and yauo is
sindi of st.niiiUnls, anodynes, linnr.eius ai.d
o'l er articles necessary for tin) sick and !. in
tal d. an a 1-1 y
iJtL l'l LH and Krirs wanted, for which the
Ij highest rrif wit bej aid in rsvh ct gooits
LXTii r v OF
Inline anl SarspirilH.
the removal and permanent cure of
israics arrising rioiii an imp ire sinic or
the Iti.t It)'), or h hit of tli" avs'ein, viz :
Scrofula, or King's I'.v il , ( )l)s mate ( .it .menus
I'mpti'ins, Pimp'es on the I'm-e, Hlo(eies,
Hulls, Chronic S.ue K es Him; Worm or Tel-
r, Scald Mead, Salt Rheuui. Paii.s in the
Holies a id Joints, oi I Sores Ml I Ll.-ei s Itheu
m.itisin. Swelling of the (ilands. Sypliillilic
Diseases, Lrv up. 'l is. Lnmhago, Diseases of
the Kidneys, Cini'iis, Colds, A sill una, Kroti
chilis, Co' t nr. lion, Dropsy, Dyspepsia.
Liver Complaint, Xervous Affections General
eers, Goitre, White Swellings, Di-isej p.r.i
sing from an injudicious uc of Mo.caiy.
lixposures or Iinjirudenct' in Life, Female
Irregularities, aUo, Chronic Constitutional
This valuable medirine combines the most
salutary and efficacious articles in the vegetable
kingdom. It is c hied v composed of the Com.
pii"i, I extract of Surs'parilla, Yellow Dork,
and ill" My Iriod ite of I'otassii.m, nil of w hich
are known to the m-dir.il faculty to hp highly
eltir acinus in the remov al of discuses', and to have
a specific action on the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys.
Blood, Glands, and jl rotary orpins, r'-i'oring
them to a hcl'liy action, enabling them to pre.
form '.he f unci itins pature i!eigne,. It is now
confidently believed that Doctor F.as'erly's Io
dine and Sarsaparilla is the best Al'erna'ive and
Mood Purifying medicine ever ottered to the
public. It is cheaper, pleasanter, and warren
led superior to any sol. I.
Dr. F.asterlv 's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is rec
ommended ps the most i llicacious medicine that
can possible be used. Sot one instance of its
failuri has evrr occured whi n faithfully used.
For Scurvy, Roils, Rlotrhes. Tumors, White
Swellings, I 'It i rs, C.'ancei s. Fnlar'ed I. Ian. Is
Fever Sores. Mercurial D:eases, Syphilslic
Svmptoms, Ipro'V, F.rysipeles, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, and all CMt.iueons ilmeaMs. Dr. F.astei
ly's Iodine and Sarsa pa rill cannot be loo high
ly extolled. It searches out the very mot of
the disease, destroys the germ, hy purifying
the blood and driving out all impute or diseased
fluids of ihe body and by removing the Cause,
renders the rure certain an ! periniiiant.
IXDIGF.STIOX OR DVSI'F.PSIA.
Xo medicine, perhaps, has ever been discov
ered wliu h gives so inncli tone to the stomach
ami causes ine aecreiion oi neauny gastric
juice to digest the food as Dr. Easterly's Iodine
and Sarsaparilla. .No one lias Used it for such
complaints, without benefit.
li n r. h jvi A l i.vi.
Dr. F.asterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is used
with the gi eat est success in riieumal ic complain'
especially such as are chronic. It cures by dri
ving out all Hnpori ! and foul humors which
haie accumulated in the system, which are thp
cause of ICieiiiRKtisin, fiout and swelling of the
joints. Other lemedies sometimes gives tempo.
rary renei: mis eiituelv eradicates me Utse.ie
from the system.
Foa All iii i.'isl avp Vfsibvi. Disease
Arot Tivu Titf; hi.ooo. Glands.
Cckhs, Joi?.ts anp Bonj-.s.
Dr. r.asteily's Iodine and Sat -sajiarilla is the
best leinedy ever iiivet.tid. I'his medicine is
nlli red to the puSlie. not merely as a puiilier ol
the bi.oop, hut as a poweif.il eralicator of the
most virulent poison-, occasioned bv piereiiri.il
and veneral taints, wliirh resist the action of all
other remedies. It will cure the wort kind of
mercurial disease", no matter how deeply it
may have eaten into the frame a 'id vital organs.
It wiW tore the worst cases of secondary sv
philes or veneral diseases, no matter how long
it may liav e existed, how bad, or how ilivpl,
seated in the system, it w ill annihilate and ex
pel the virus and restore the system to a stutP of
perf.-ct health ami nur'ty. 'or I'lcss in the
mouth and throat, liiilvgineiil of the Glands,
Goitre or tumors in th" Throst, nodes, Pains in
the Botes and Joints, it is the only sale and sure
remedy. Young persons who b.ne reasou to
siipct any iir purit y iu their blood, either her
editary or the result of imprudence ought to pu
rify and destroy (his virus befoie entering th"
marriage state, as they may thereby not only
protect themselves against the da igei s of iinpo
tency and other lui.loitune, but sectne the cer
tainty of a pure and h'-al'liy oflspiing. It tsii
he used hy persons, of ti'.her sex, with Ihe most
Iierf. i t safel y.
N ALL nlSOHIII BS or Till! IvIONKVS, Rr.ADPF.R
and L hi n a a y Oh;ans, Dhopsv, Ghavki.
Dr I'asterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is the
best and only F.xlract that ouht to be used. Iu
these complaints, this medicine has peiformctl
must astonishing cures.
FOR XFRVOUS D1SHASFS.
Xo laiiguague can convey an adenr:te idea
of the iintnediate and almost miraculous change
w liicn is p.-oiurri liy the use of Ur. J-i-alerl y
Iodine and Sarsa pai ilia, in the diseist d. debili
tateil and shattered nervous system. Whether
broke dow n by excess, weak by nature, ot im pa
red by sickneee, the unstrung and relaxed orga
Mzat'iou is at once rebrared. revived and built
up. In case of .Neuralgia, .Nervous headache,
I.os of memory. General Pro. tiatioti, Nervous
ness. Vertigo, Vain in the Nerve of the Fare,
and Ihe various train ot ncrvons Blf.-c'.iotis, it
will produce a cure in an astonishing sl.ort
time. The effect of this medicine islog'e pPr.
matient relier to Hie sutterer, and to re',orK
shattered and debililateii consiituti on to its pri
t iu ..a ...n-.- ' '
line ucanu o.i .t...
TO THR LAD! Vs.
Ladies of pale coinplexir,,, au,i eoi.sumlive
habits, and audi as are depilated from any of
the obstruction incident to the sex such as oh
strnction or painful menstruation, Flour Albus
or W hites, Green Sickness; also, excessive llow
of the Menses, llarrentiess otc., can be restored
by the nsc of two or three (utiles of Dr. Last
aiiyi !odi ne und Sarsaparilla, to Doom and
vigor. l i far the best remedy ever discover
ed lor weakly children, and such as have bad
humon being pleasent lhey.read.ly take it.
It immediately restores Ihe appetite, strength,
sou roior. isotiung can be more supprismg
man us invigorating tiled on ine human frame.
Persons all weakness and lasitude before tak
ing Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla. at
once become robust and full of energy under
its tnlliience. It imme tiately counteracts Ihe
nervousness of the female frame.
Da. F vsTt.ai.v's I hk awd Sahsapami.i.a is
v VV'uhui asvL Pumrir.H or rut tiLOon.
n isvery pieaseiu (o me last, and is more
concentrated, being stronger, belter and cheaper
than any other medicine in use. Families w ho
have used this article are l.ever willing to be
w ithout it. Taken iu Ihe early stages, it is a
sure preventative or almost any species ofdis.
CVAsk for Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sar
saparilla and take nothing else.
Price sl per bottle, or six bottles for
A liberal discount made to wholesale pur
chasers. (IV For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Me.li
cine Store, south-east rorner of Third and Che-
iiut streets, bt. Louis Mo. AIo by 1'. A. harpy,
SI Mary, Iowa, and by dealers in medicim. gen
erally iu the West.
DR. EASTERLY'S FF.VF.R AND ACUF.
Is warratileii to cure Ague and Fever, Dumb
Ague, Chill aud lever, iuterm.taiit and Re.
m.ltai.t Fevers, and all the various forms of Fe
vers Incident to the West I 1
This popular remedy has now been before
th public (wo years, a nd during thai time about
Tws-Mv-rivt Thoi'sano HoriLi.s
have been sol i and in ho instance has it failed
lo elfei I a f.eiminant riueasfar as beard from,
or to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser.
It is waitented to cure ail cases, or the money
will be ref uniled. Let po man, woman or child
a ider w ith this distressing disease, when a s ire
remedy is at h..i.d.
Red the tcs'imoiiy from John Mil!r Co.
EvAKSM! I.i , III., Oct. 2JI, lsi3.
Dr. Fasterly Su; We lake pleasure in slat
ing that we bsie Joircha-e-l ,'iti Loltlesof your
Fever and Ague Killer, and huva soU the same
to o ir palions, and t.'iat It bus edi t ted a pel ma
nent rurein eyery case. We have sold nrarly
all the various uiediriiis for ague and ftver Nut
none has tiven such entire satisfaction as your
Eever an i Ag'te Killer. W beliey it li (ji
boet Rit'.- ihb sow p-for lA-s public.
lir-pwtiily, Jai Millar fc C.
Head the letter fnvn John S. Ctunip. Gisii.l
Saline. Arkalirns. Cherokee Nation, lea rip; date
A '.fust . I. lH.Yl.
Dr. Fasterl) Sir: When I was in your city
in March lasl, I pun ha" l one doen bottles ( f
your Fevrrnnd gue Killer, which vou wnirnio
t- l to me. I h ive sold seven of lhei!on, which
I also warranted. Your medicine, has given en
tire italic faction o far. it having, ethi led several
rmes of the Chills and Fever. One ea p.n li
cuUiIy x lady who had been t.tll o leil since the
latter part of last summer, and had tried a ci eat
many remedies, besides hiving a phvsirtan pait
of the time, ull of which failed. She bought a
bottle of your medicine, aud before sh had us
ed one-third of it, she was putirely cured, and
has enjoyed good Ik al lh ever since. Iu no case
lias it failed to rflect a permsnent cure.
Ri pt.:fii!ly yours, John S. Crump.
P. S. I will be in yonr place aain shortly,
and ill buy mo-e larndv.
X. C. A.vk for Dr. Easterly's Fi ver nnd A'ne
Killer, arid take no other, ar.d you are safe.
A liberal d.scoitnt made to wholesale dealere.
Price t per bottle, or si bottles for $"
For a!e at Dr. Ea-terly's Family Medicine
Store rorner of Third and Chr'nnt struts St.
lauiis, iilsobv P. A. Sarpy. St. Ma'y, and by
dealers in ine.licines generally iu the west.
DR. EASTERLY'S DIARRIKF.A SVRUP.
This is a plepsent, safe and ellectual remedy for
Dysentary , Diari lnra,C!ioe a.Clioler .Mm bus
Summer complaint. Colic Griping. Pniiis.
Wind in the Stomach and Rowels. Cramps.
Fret t Ing and Ci y ing of inlauts, and for ail n -
rgid:iries f the how els.
It i one of the ino-t eirirletil, plenstit, and
safe preparaiion evey olfered lo tin; public for
tiie removal of the various del angements of the
Stomach and liowclsand Ibeonly articleworthy
of the least confidence for curing Cholera Infan
tum on Summer Complaint, and all Ihe dei aug
ments of the Rowel from teething.
Dr. Easterly" Diarrhuva Syrup is without ex
ception one of the most valuable Funny Medi
cines ever discovered. Hundreds of families of
the first respectability in St. Louis baveused it
and bear the strongest testimony in its favor.
Price 2.) cents per bottle.
For sale at Dr. EaMcrly's Family Medicine
Sivre, corner of Third and Chesnnt stie-t St.
Louis, also by P. A. Sarpy, and by dealers in
medicines generally in Ihu we-t.
UK. EASTERLY'S VEHMIFUGR.
TIip Great Remedy lor Expelling Woinafroui
The most safe, pleasert andeifect ial medicine
known f or t he removal of worms form child
ren is Dr. Easterly's Vermifuge.
Parents and guardians ha-inglhc charge of
children, should watch carefully (he symptoms
of worms in their children, and as soon as symp
toms indicate theiriireseiice. tin y should nt once
resort to the use of Dr. Easterly's Vermifi.ge.
Moie children die fiom Worms than all other
di:iea-e. and a more miserable ohjei-l can scar
cely be imagined than a child siitfering under
the ordinary symptom of woitns. Parents. mat k
this: Will you not blame yourselves, if your
children die, that you did P'd ue Dr. Easterly's
Vermifuge in time? This eimiluge will re
move every siwcies r f worms from the si stein
i in six or eight hours after taken.
Price 2.) cents per bottle.
For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine
Slore, Mutb-east corrior of Third and Chesnut
streets, St. Ixmis, also by P. A Sarpy. S . Mary
and by dealers in medicine geperall in Ihe west.
DR. E S i l.KT.Y'.S PAIN' KILLER.
For the cuie of Bruises, Sprains, Wounds.
Tooth Ache, Colic, Cramps Spasms, Cho
lera, Dysentery, Rheumatism, Pains in the
Stomach and Rowels, and wherever thee is
Pain, it i a speedy and ceitain cure.
Tms .Medicine has inorecoulioi over ail pains
than any other ever invented. J: is usej both
Internally and Externally, and its soothing rf
fpr'4 are ilirtar.tly felt bv the suderer, al.,'vi;'t
ing the most excrntiating pains i,, f,.w p,j,,i,.
t-s. In a word, it ia a Pain Kim rs.
No humane fimily or physician should hr
wiihont it. It has been used by thousand of the
mo' inteiiiL'ent and ref.pertiilile families in SI.
Louis, and all pronounce it II. e most Speedy and
Eifecliial C iral.ve they have ever used.
Da EisTini y's Paisi Kiiira
is beyond all ilouM ',),,. most i eitaiu remedy ever
di-eoverr.t for Pa hh in tiie Stomach, pai'ps it,
the Side, Ureas' H; rk and l.:tid s. Ilisf-Uojn
li fa.l.lde leP.edy lor Colic. Diairho-a. Cholera
Morbus, Painter's Coiie, Wind in Ihe Sioinarh
and Row,'.,, Dyspej;sia, thire Throat. Dead
CAUTION TO TIIE PUBLIC.
Rvwak). or- Imitations a km Cin.'T-M ytT.
T he only genuine and real Pain K. Her is pre
pare! exclusively py i)r. I..is!er'y, the sole
proiuielor. Jie-e'ore eo iplerfeila rr.d imita
tions abroad. Therfo:e lie sure lo ask for Dr.
Easterly" Pain Killer, and take lio other, anil
you aie safe.
Pi ice 2o cents pi r bottle; five bottles for 1.
For salent Dr. Eii'teily's I'amilv Medicine
Store, smith-east rorner of Third and Ctipsriut
streets, St. Louis, aUo hy P. A. Sarpy fit. Marv
and by dealers in medicine geuernlly in the weal.
For the cure of Coughs, Colds, A"tiiaui, Con-siitii-ilioii,
Bmni 'litis, Spitting of Blood, Pain
in the Side and Breast, Pleurisy, Whooping
Cough, and all disease of tiie Lit tig and
Among all the celebrated remedies for Disea
se of the Lit mu and Ciilst, hone soem tu be
meeting with such success and to give such en
tile satisfaction to all. as
DR. CARTER'S COUGH BALSAM.
This valuable remedy is purely vegetable in
its iiitrredicnts. and Perfectly harmless iu all its
3ualittes, and as mild and pleaseut as the most
eliral cordial. It is very soothing aud heal
ing to ihe Iaings, and is every wheie acknowl
edged bv Druggists, Physical!, ei.d lII who
have used it be the most Ettcctabl C.uat.ie
No disease Incident to our climate is sit eni-
vsrsat, and at the same lime so fatal, as Pul
monary Consumption. 'I'his awful turlaiH
sweeps over the land as a Destroying Angel,
laying low the strongest and fairest of our race,
Million of the young and the old are annuallv
hurried to the tomb by this dieadful l-alioii.il
ConscMrTlva; RtA ova Beware of mere
palliative medicines. The object of nearly all
the niedirine pnvv ottered for diseases of the
Lungs, is lo relieve and not to cure. Such is
not the case w itn Dr. Carler's Cough Balsam.
in colds and roughs, winch are the Inst syinp-
loms 01 CoiisUUipllon, It is the most pleasent
and i-.'ncacious remedy that can possibly be used
In confirmed consumption it lias been used with
perfect and trluipidiaiii success, when the most
eminent physicians had given up all hope as
lain. So roiilident is the luoprii-tur of it (low
er to rure Tuherc.irous Cohsnmpliou, tiiat he
solicits a trial 111 the worst of caies.
SPITTING op BLOOD.
1 Ins frightful symptom of consumption is
- e-uiiy checked and prevented ny th.; uvi
i)r. Caller's Cough Balsam, which heal I
articled membrane, remove the incipient tuhei
cles, and rentores those vital organs, the lungs
... - I . . I L ...... L .. - . I..' ' '
vo m suaiiu ami nennriy couoiiiou,
REM F..VJBER THIS.
Spititig of Blood always arises from a ten
dency to tuberculous disease, and if pot checked
at the outset, will sooner or la'er -terminate in
death. A person who raise, Mood once will
raise blood again in less t proper curative L iu.
PAIN IN THE SIDE.
This dis ressiiig ivmr.teui of consttioption a-
r.es fr.nu infi-imii'ioi, of the lungs or nie'mh: atie
rallel Una Pleura, or fiom bronchial adrrtioi.s
of the air ofcs-ages. In either case it is a vtrv
.1 . . . 1 : . . . - . , .
iiuii. run liiuicauou pi 01 sense, n p.ev-. i.
full and free breathing, ami wears away tl
na'ural streiig'h of the system. '1'he cans of
this syir.ploi should be remove I at oiu-e, and
nothing can possibly ll'ect that objerl so s.eed
ily anlbappily as Dr. Cartel's Couh Balao
wliii b is alwsys safe ai.d salutary in its effUt
011 the coiistitulioii.
Id rases of eonsumptioii tiie Liver ia always
moie or lest alter ted, and alio tiie spleen, pleui a
and small totcs'ine. 'J1i efl -et of Dr. Carter's
Cough Kalsata in diSMsus nt th Liver, espec
ially if it be vt an )eroua nature, i dirct and
fK.sisiful. fciinp. ?;! if tk Lf ksU
tended hy coiM:iiii'.ion speedily Cured by it,
The harsh dty winter cough which afllicls 0I4
people Mid Hiv ilids In .1 low stat'i cf heulu,
ran be etlei luiiKv cured by the use of r. Car!
ter's Cough lialssm. It Warm", moistii
stimulates tus whole hiealhing apparatus, pun.
fies and auimnl.'s ih blood. iui tovesthe sens,
live power of the Livsr, Spleen and other larg
glands, and the digestive organs, and imparls,
new life lo the wan and emancialed system.
Rronrhitis. dillicully of luealhiup;, hnrsh
lough, a slimy rxpector-ition. wilh all oilier
symptoms raused by an otli'i tion of the nir tubes,
ending from Ihn lhro.it (o the lungs, nre 1 i recti r
and specifically a tier led and cured by t,fl ,'t
of Dr. C arter's Cough Balsam. This is a voir
painful, wearing and injurious rmrj laint, tr.4
always lias a powerful tendency to iiirlanu) and 1
aofu-n the Lungs and thereby induce the w..rt
forms of pulmonary disease. Bo warned ia
time, ye al.'hclcd, and employ this valuabit
Tree Expectoration is the most important ok.
ect to be obtained in !1 attempts to cur dis
asesof the chest and lun.'.'s. J he cough whioa
's fo di?tres:ng is siui'ily (tie ic ultof a desire
to -p ctoiaie:, and as loin; a i foul 1 retiJt
iu the air passages, it will continue I 1 irritata
the irp'n.hi ane and provoke a cough. Co ir' ip'
is an attempt to tinow olflhis inaiter, and ts. '
pectotatioti gives treat relief. Inability lo ex
pectorate in ine latter stage, of eousiinipti'
is the cauc of death.
DR. CARTER'S CO UGH n T.SAM,
is the great expectorant. Il dissolves th mor
bid ami disease matter in the air passages, chaa
ges it from a thick glutinous substance to a
thin harmless fluid, and thtows it olf with th
gieate-t possible ease in (he paln tiL
no better medicine in the World if its
ant qualities alone be considered.
For simple or spasmodic asthma (here is Be
better remedy than Dr. Carter's Caugh Balsam
This distressing disease which resists almost
everything elsef-y ie.s to the all powerful in
fluence of this great remedy as readily as tor
other form of pectoral disease.
should be supplied with Dr. Carter's Colifh
Ha I sain, to he used in the early stages of Cough
Colds, Smiling or Blood, Pain in th Side ani
Chest, Bronchitis, Difficulty of Breathing,
Night Sweats, Aslhiua, Influenza, Whooping
Cough, ami severe Croup, and thereby counter
act the consiimpti ve tendency which is produ
ced by our ever changing climate.
Price Trial bolt les, 2j cents per bottle; lar
bo t!es, tjil r.er bottle, or six ln.tljej, for Jjl .
For sale at Dr. Easterly' Family Medicine
store, south-east corner of Third and Chesnut
streets, Si. I."iln, also by P. A. Sarpy, St.
Marv. and by dealers in medicines generally
in the Wesl. apr 12-ty
For the cure of Liver Couiidains, Dyspepsia,
Jaundice, Biliousness, lais-i of Al'pftitc,
lleaddi he, Habitual C'nstivenes, General
Deb.lity, Nervousness, and all diseases aris
ing from a rt.soidereil Liver, or Digestion ! !
Th" e Bitters poss-ss remarkahleiiiv igoratinf
Stretigtheniiig aud Restorative properties, w liu k
giie torip and vigor to the Digestive Organs, and
uiak" them invaluable for
Livvr CoMei aint, Jai npke, Dvsrt rsiA.
And all other diseases caused from a deranged
stale of th" toiiiach, bowels, and liver W hick
tend lo debilitate r weaken the system. ...
1)1!. lit. XTER'S GERMAN Bl l "I ERS
Cannot be to highly rrcommpnded !o Jicrsons
s. ill -ring with a disordered LIVFRor Indiges
tion, Los of Appetite, Net vols Irritation
I ie.id i.'lie. li ihilual ("osl 1 v rin ss, Genei a! Ili
11!', , ar.d a v iiiely of Complaints which it ia
iinii.w-ihli! to ih scribe.
it there arf sufferer in St. Louis, thy are
a !vi-"d lo trvlh'-se Bitters.
Pi Ice la ic. 'per bo tie, or six botllei for i5l2 iO.
I'jrsalcat I)e. Fasterlv's Family Meilicin
Slore, corner of Third ami Chesnut streets. St.
Lous. Mo. Al-oby P. A. Sarpy SI. Marv,
ami !.;. di alers iu Inedicini s g'-peially iu t
We-t.' ;i 12-ly
J..'.. I . . v.'. ... a. i .
A saf.- and certain cure for
(ioT.01 rtiira. Glee!
St.uciures. Seimuivl XS'eiikness,
slid ail disease
of theGenit il Oigahs.
Tl.is popular an I sjwi-i '11 ieni"dy is povr of
f.ued lo the alftiei. d and w arieiiti d to cure all
cues f Goiiori turr., ( i leet, S! 1 ieluie, Kunitril '
S e.i ( oess. and ll disesse of I he Gi-hital l gal.
iu a fi .v days. 'I'hts inlalli.ilde lemeily ).-
saved 'bou.at.ds upon !bo 1 ' uids I I inn I :n- liaom
of N!ef iff s (Qu irks, if not f.oiu a premnlur
'.;.ve. Iu case of infeelioii. Dr. Baker's Spe
ed, e is the only safe and sure remedy. It isvery
agreeabl" lo the t i de, create 110 pi 1 r( ptable o-
il..', and mav be used tu prrsoi..f either sex;
w ilh etitii1 secrecy with mt regard to diet, hin
drance from busipRM or Medical Adviser, a
plain directions. f or ueaccouipany the mej cin
Reader have you a pi .v.te dlsea" '; Jo . ot n
glucl it. D. iay i datigerou.t. V.'h Dt . Ma
ker Specific you can cure yourself, and thus
prevent all exposure. I his lued cine will speed
l'y and eifectually cure the mod virulent rases
of Secret Diseases, and eradicate every particle
of infectious matter from the system, and icsloia
the patn ..I to a perfect stateof bealtn aud purity.
hw-ire, ;hi per Dome.
For sale at Dr. Easterly' Family Medicin '
Store, soulh-east corner of Third and Chesnut
stieets, St. lxuis, jMo. Also by 1'. A. Sarpy,
St. Mary, Iowa, aud hy dealers in medicines
generally in (lie Wes'. apr 12-ly
A aluah!e lemedy for suppression of th Men
ses, While-, PaitiJVl Muiisfrualioii, linpotcu
ry or hanenness, Sallow Complexion, Head
ache, Di7.ines. Weakness of Ihe nerves, and
all diseases winch arise from a derangemrul
cf the functions of nature.
The most perfect, safe and infallial l remeds
for the cine of all those diseases of femalss, ar
ising fiom weakness or debility, and obstrurtioi
111 the sexual orgsiig, such as iireginar or sup
pressed of the Menses, Fluor Albus or Whites
Falling of the Womb, Headache, Frightful
)ream,s &.c, caused by Colds, checked persp'tia
tiors, excesses. er-evntemrnt, J.c, 1
DR. HOflPER'S FEMALE COIIDIAE-
Several ladies in the city who have sulleisd
for many yean with tiie above complaint, an
l av e en.pl") ed our most eiuinent physician
without success, have used Dr. Hooper's Fe
mala Cordial, and have been speedily aed pr
uianently cured by iU use. If there ai sutler
ers in St. Louis, they can rely upon Dr. Hoop
er's Female, hordial as a safe, pleaseut and ef
Price l per bottle, or six bottle for $'.
For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Msdicici,
Store, comer of Third and Chesnut streets, St.
Louis, Mo. Also by P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary,
and by dealeia in medicines generally in to
West. apr 12-ly
Dr. Cook's Majio Hair Oil.
Forth preservation, beauty, growth, aaa
resturatioa of th If air.
It has long been the desir of persons troubled
with mil, harsh, iintuly hair, lo procure an ar
ticle which woi.ld at once render th hair (oft,
lively and beautiful. Th most ptifect aks
ailiuirabl article ever discovered for thai pur
pore is Dr. Cook's Magic Hair Oil.
Tbl Oil per.rtiiite th minutest pores, ly
ing the dry and withering bulb new lift ans.
V Igor, opc.'iipg Ihe cipil lanes, of1 el. ,"M "
l eau'ili-s and streiiglliens th biir, prsventS li
fiom i,illir' olf, removes th daudiutf, itii turpi
ragged hair tn'o that which is suiooi),, SpJ
atid wavy. t is adui.tted by all lo b th greats
est invention of the pf r beautifying tl sk1
and lemieilni it perliiaiieut.
DR. COOK'SMAGIC HAIR 01I.
I a si, pei b aiticle, and should be found oa th
toilet of every lajy who valus lit glossy ana)
beautiful apoeara.'i' of th fig wing ringlet
and the witching cuil."
Price, &J cent per bottle.
Fur sal at Dr. Easterly' Family Msdicln
Store, cornaj t,f Thud and Chcsuut itrmt 51
Lome, Mo. Also by P. A. Sarpy, fcl. Msrr
s,.id by ls lr ui adic;isj g sews ally ia tt
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