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"Mr. that by the low would thrive.
Wimelf, mint either hold or tlriie."
A CaLtroSMA ()ni:ARi. Tlie Cali
fornia F. rmrr sns tliat in the orcliard of
Mr. Jesje lici.rJ, at tlie Micsum of S in
J, rn the follinrinfr : 1 800 tipple
1rees, 2 000 penth trees, ."500 apricot, '200
tlirrry, 250 pltitn, l."H) p-:r, 10J tiiincp,
150 fig and frn Tlicre: urc n!sn very
fine currant!!, raspberries, sml 6 000
jdime 'roes in nursery row . Connected
with this orchard i. a form, tonti iiiing CO
seres of fme grniti, 50 m-res of po'a'oes.
the finest wc have sei n this season; 50
acres of sundry vegetables, mm, beans
pens. Around this orchard and farm
there is a fine wire fence of two miles n
length, und two miles of Os. gc Orange;
ik! what has been done has Insert w ell
Hogs and Corn iv Illinois. A
gentleman who has traveled ex
tensively through the middle por
tion of Illinois and alone the 1 ill
nois and Sangamon rivers tells us
that in many parts of the country
and particularly in the bottoms and
low Iaiids of the .Sangamon the
crops of corn arc very good; in
many neiirhhoorhods fiue Corn was
selling, deliverable next winter,
at 35 a 4()c, pork ht $4, and but
ter, at present, at 10 to 12. He
S ' a ,
paid much, attention to the pros
pects for corn, and pork, and
upon the whole estimates former
at full half the usual yield, and
pork something, but not a great
ileal short of an ordinary season.
He heard in Aict, witnessed sever
al sales of stock at very low pri
ces. One sale of 100 hogs, the
largest transaction noticed, was at
$.'i per head, big and little, as,
they run. The party selling said
lie had but a few weeks previous
ly refused $ 10 for one hundred,
And a less price for the remainder.
Instances of this kind were rare,
however, and by no means the
the general condition even of the
worst corn-growing districts.
St. Louis Int.
India k Cork. A French far
mer has succeeded in given to
Indian Corn eny color he choo
ses, by the following plan: Hav
ing received from China a speci
men of Maize of a pearl white col
or, the grains of which were very
small but very beautiful he was
desirious to obtain thi same grain
but of other colors. For this
purpose, he planted by the side
of some of them some American
maize of a red color. He made
a similar experiment with the
maize of Tusavoro, the grain of
which is as white as Carolina rice,
and he thus obtained a crop, the
the ears of which were about 14
inches in length, and the grains of
a blue color. Another time he
planted some maze of the color o
amber among some of the black
maze of Syria. Tlie ears attained
a length of 22 inches, and the
grain was of different colors.-
The yellow mize on being planted
near some of the brown maze of
Central America produced some
of a dark brown color which
Yipens eight days sooner than the
other sorts This farmer now
possesses 153 diiTerent varieties
of maze, and his object in contin
ulng his experiments is not only
to change the color at will but
also to obtain varieties which
will ripens earlier, as well as
larger and longer ears, and thus
increase the produce.
A. C. FORi),
Attorney end Counsellor at Law, citv of
fo) aril Bluff, Iowa. sept 21-oas
JOHNSON &. CASADV.
Attorneys at Law. and General Land Agent,
mIt ef Council Bluffs, Iowa, will attend to pro
fessional busmen in theti'h. and 7th Judicial
Districts; alio, to 'lie purchase, axle and loca
tion of Land W.ii r.m'-i. Particular attention
paid to the collection of claims, aug 31-3m
D. IV. PRICK.
Attorney at Law, Council Bluff City, Jnwa
Refer to B. M. Hughes, St. Joseph. Mo., Joh.
Doniphan, Weston, Mo., Mudd 4c Hughes, St
Louis, Mo. a32-tf
TTIOBACCO. Lovers of the Weed will find
JL a superior artirla of chewing and smoking
Tohneeo. at the Agency Store, of GREENE,
KINNEY CO., Bt. Mary. cU.
HARDWAFE. A Urge and general assort
merit of Hardware ran at
ept 27. GREENE, KINNEY k. CO.
Cotton B.ttii g, for sale
- 27. GREENE,
KINNEV Jt CO.
Ol PCS. HicWo-s- flhirtins. foe sale low, t
rjU CF.EENE, KINNEY t CO.
- .epf 7 '54.
TORTIT doxan Men and Boys' HaU, of evary
srP tl. GFREKr, KI5XEY . CO.
i i n t s s ,t) i 1 1 1 1 o t j .
G L E N WO O D7 "
r. X. TOOTLE.') I M.
tootle & r.nr.r.Ni;
Dealers in Di V Good, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware , Stoncwnte, Furniture, Boots
Shoe--, H.it fc. f.Tt,, rtn-1 Heady Made Clothing.
Lorul 'ree Glcnw no I, low a. n.'o-lv
Whnl'-cnlr- it'id Retail trrt,l. d"atrr in
Fur and Indian Good-", ( ncfi i', I i y t;,n)d;i.
Hsrdwnre, PooU and Stiitionrry. liont. SImwi.
Hn1 and l'ap. ami eerv Aaiif'v of Kanry
Ifnoils, on the west side of. Ilie I'uMic Sij'iare.
Cilenwood. Iowa. an .11-1 V
Nf ( ; K hi A ';slT(.'C) . ,
V'inleale and Retail Merchants, rornrr of
Loenst and Cttolinije streets, keeps ronstiitif !v
an hsnil a larre assnr'ment nf t.rneenes, l)rv
Goods, Hardware, and Crockery, (ilenwond
tnwa. B'lc 3 1 -1 y
' ii. p. ih:nnktt",
Attorney and Councilor at Law, ami Solirit
or in Chanrerv. will prartice in the sixth an
seventh Judicial Districts, Iowa. Will prompt
ly attend to nil professional tu:nrss rntniled
!o his care. Office corner of Cool ice and Lynn
itreets, (Jlenwood. Iowa. auj; 31-ly
Physician and Snrtreon. having permanently
located in tilenwooif, .Mills Co., Iowa, will
promptly attend to all calls in his profession.
Ofhce on Locust atieet. one door north of
White"! store. a'lg.ll-l.v
). II. StLOMON,
Attorney at Law, Gtenwnnd. Mill" Co. Iowa.
Practices in thel'o'irts nf t tic tit h and lh Ju
dicial J)itrici, and the Supreme Court of Iowa
May 3d, ISO 1. n3- iy.
WILLIAM COR FIELD.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Glenwood,
Iowa. June iiS-ly.
J. L. MIA Hi', "
Attorney snd ("onnwdlor at Law. on the north
side of Locust street, Glenwood, Iowa, att 31-tf
Doctor James Donelan, would respectfully
inform the citizens of Glenwood, Mills Co.,
Iowa, that he has permanently located in this
place, aud tenders hu I'rnf esional services, in
all of its various branches, to the citizens and
vicinity. Having attended a full Course of
Medical Lectures, in connection with the St.
Louis Hospital, flutters himself competent
to render geaeral satisfaction to those who may
favor him with their patronage.
iJjT" Office at the Drue Store.
ULKNWoon, Mil ls Co., loWA.
Dec 22, INod, i.:5-ly.
IlONERT S. CAVT.NlJER.
Wioi.kssi k DF.ALF.a in Wooden, Willow,
and Cedar Ware. No. i. Second St., opposite
Monroe House, St. Louis, Mo.
W.M. JKSSOP &. SONS,
Sheffield steel warehouse, nuuiher 21.1, Main
street, St. Louis. "Matkipiin Iron Company,'
Itostun, uiauui'icti:rers of machinists tools, toll
cutting and drillinc i:.acl:mes, lajlies. &.c, Ilc.
H.es. e.ie tools, &c., Ac, inati'ifactiircd at
Wci.tasirlli Woiks, Sneila Id, iin;itii! to order.
H. HAKE WELL,
apr 12-!y Aglnt.
TILMAN. ROZII'.R, ci CO.,
Sucessora to Ueilhold jt. Troth"!!, wholesale
dealers ii Groceries. Teas. Wines and Liquors;
Commission aad Forwardinp Merchaiits, 10H
North Second street, St. Louis, Mo.
CHaai.r Tim.m ski, m. Fuli.aceb,
Fkbo. Kozica, Ja. Amfpee Rlkthold.
Gatcy, McCune -V Co., between Morpan and
Green streets, on Main and Second afreets, St.
Louis, Mo ; Builders of Steam Engines, Iioilers
and every description of Mill machinery.
WM. JESSOP 4. SON'S,
Sheffield steel ware'iou'e, 213 Main, corner
Ol Morgan street, St. L,ouis. Steel of all de
scrijitions in store, or imported to order, on thr
Den terms. lU-Oin II. JiL.VK LV LLL, As t
J. F. CO.MNTUCK.& CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Boots and
Shoes, of all kind, No. Ibi Main street, St
Louis. Mo. aprl-2-ly
U'. HANSOM IL CO.
anufactnrers of CopFEa Tin and Siief.t
isis work, such as Conner Pines foi
Steam Engines and Distilleries, IIicjchinR ami
L.niinneys, tsoiU Generators and Eiiiintaiiis, Hre'
win" and all kiiuls of Cojiper Ki.tdes, Well and
Cistern Pumps and every other article in their
lin! of fJusiuess, they also manufacture am
keep constantly on hand the St. Louis premium
coowine etoves, uiiaiiielorS'eain boat Dote Is
Collets or other iimular establishments; made
in a cood and workmanlike maimer, and out of
pooo ana iunstantiai material; and of different
si7.es. All kind of Tinware on hand, wholesale
and retail, No. 233 Main street, south-east cor
ner of Cherry, St. Louis, Mo. apr!2-o;n
The Britiah Quarterlies and Blackwood
LtoKAUB Scott Ac. Co., New York, continue
to publish the followlnj Britiah Periodical!:
The Ijondoii Quarterly Tieview ( Conservative. 1
Tl.. 1 i 11 ....mi - x '
uc fuujijui iii iieview n no;. )
The North linlish lieview ( Free Church.)
The Westminster Review (Liberal.)
Black wood's Edinburgh Magaziue (Tory.)
The present critical state of European affair
will reieier inese piinncatioiis unusually inter.
"""5 uuiiiik uie year ihji. 1 Hey Will occu
py a Diutille jrrounj between the hastily written
iiewi items, trade speculationa and llying ru
mors or mr presem cany journal, and Ilia pon
derous Tome of the futuia historian, writti af
ter the living interest and excitement of the
fcjrat political events of the time shall have
passed away. Jt if t a these oeiiodveali that
readers must look for the only really iiitelligi
bje and reliable history of current eveuts. and
as such, in addition to their well established lit
erary, theological, and seimtific character, we
urpe t.'ii.in uiHii the con.siilei'ation of the readin''
- 1 - - 0
Arrat.:eiBents are in urr.Rress for the rereint
of early sheets froJl tlie Ili itish iniMisheri. by
w l.ich we shall b able to place all our Reprints
in the hand of subscribers about as auoo as
they can be furnished wall the forei11 copies.
Aiinooyu inn Mill miotic a veiy lare outlay
on our part, we shall continue to furnish thepe-
riouicais at he same low rates as heretofore.
For any one of the four Reviews,
For any two of the four Reviews.
fji i IMI
For any three of the four Keiituf.
Forall four of the Reviews,
For Blackwood's Magazine,
For Blackwood and three Reviews.
For Blackwood and the four Reviews,
SPLENDID STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Juat arrivdl, jmt sleetner Dtrlawure, at
S.1RPVS CHEAP CASH STORE
On Main utreet, St. Mary.
Citizens and emiirran'a can now f ml a
full supply of fresh Groceries, Provisions,
Dry Goods and il.irJwure, which they can
buy chrap for r 41.11. l.37-tf
SACalS salt for sale at Die cheao rash
stora of N L'CKOLLS iCO.
CA'sF.S loors nr.i shoes for sale cheap.
3J ' MCKOLLSfcCO
ST. LOUIS ADVRTI3EMENTS.
i nrn t'l' s
W. S. SWYMSR,
i.iper A d erl isin
No. 1 I, Second St..
Sr. I.o. us. I
1354. MISSOURI RIVER,
HLU1T C1TV AND ST.
1 X) 11 1 S
f the f.tvorite I'aelici" I'
et I I, I'ASO, H. Ti!oitMit i II, aud t!,n
popular I'as.eiiser Vuf ket I'Dl. AH Sl'AK. I'.
II. Hhivki v; the intirelv lo w an I r-li n ' I v
furni-hed I'assen-er 1'acLet JAS. II. LLt'AS.
The nhove "te.mier" will form i REGl.'LAR
WEEKLY I'ACKET LIVE from St. Louis to
Council Ulinfs, leaving St Loui evcy Tues
day; ut I r. m.. ami lllufl City every Thursday
at In, A. M. The steairo r I.I I'.iso. plvin; he
tween St. Joseph and Council lllufi's, connart
inff with the steamers l'olar Siar ami Jas. H.
Luck nl St. Joseph.
The nhove hoats are no! evcelled f tr safely,
"peed and comfort, and shippers and Hie trsvel
inir community can rely upon the permanency
of this line. Thronirh freiirhts and pseni;eis
will meet with hut a few hour" detention at St.
Joseph. P. A. SAHI'Y, Ajcnt,
li :t2-ly St. M iry, Iowa.
Ralrol L ne.
IlETWI'.K.V St. Louis. Hn.tnn and New
J York, rnr,si.;iti; of twelve first ct iss steam
propellers on laVes Ontario. Lrieand Michigan,
is now preparcl to contiact for the tr.mporta.
tion of piodiice and lnercliaildise with ili-iatch.
equal to that of any other route and upon very
CRAWFORD i. CO.. Proprietors.
OiMenstmre;. . Y.
For frc'urht apply to Oiis Kimtiall. Asrent. ,
C. 11. R., H'" State street. Huston; J. L. War
tier, Aljent N. R. K., No. M Courtlaml street,
N. Y.; Geo. Jen.'iisoii, A.'entT. and . S., No.
luj Liroad street, N. Y.; Clpiuiherluin V Craw
ford. Cleveland, ().; S. Claiy, Ac:it, Chicago,
lll.j Mutther Jt Co.. do.
(ilLHI'.KT K.VAPP. Jr.. Aent,
anc 31-ly No. S-od st.,St. I.ouis,
" 6IGEKS0.i"8 NURSilKY.
t 5J THE Proprietors of the a hove Nursery,
Jjr situated seven miles south of St. Lnuf,
.' " T.T. have now in crowing and ready for sale
nd delivery this Fall and the coiniiiL' Spring,
l tnucb larger h'i 1 hetter assortment nf Fruit.
Shade and (Irnimental 1'iees and Shruh'iery
hsn heretofore they have heen alile to furnish.
They flatter themselves that persons wishing
srticles in their line can he furnished to any
Jttent, and of more thrifty am! vigorous, irrowth,
than can he had elsewhere; and at prices that
inust maiif il the intere.-t nl" all wishing a suj)-
iii y to can ami examine their Mock.
Their Descriptive Catalogue lor 1"C4 is now
ready for delivery, and will he fiirnishe.t to all
post-paid applications. Their terms will he as
heretofore, cash on PKi.ivi sy, unless other
wise agreed upon, and will very as to the size
and ai;e of the trees or plants.
Orders for Fall planting should be sent in ear
ly, to prevent disappointment for the want of
tune to fill and deliver lief ore Winter set in.
All orders by mall should be addressed to
St. Louis to
aprli-ly JOHN SIGF.RSON" A RltO.
UliTVEJlSITY IMILY MEDICINES
FEVER AND AGUE.
'pilE University of I'ree .Medicines and Pop
L ular Knowle'dee. rh.ite-e,) bv the State of
Pennsylvania. April 2h'li, 1".VL inainl y to ar
rest the evils of Miunons nostiiiuiM a I. in i lo sun-
ply the public w jih reliable remedies, v, here
the best medical a.lvUen, cannot or will not b
employed, hai iul' purcloised tlie invaluable rem
edy, RD WAND'S TOM C MIXTURE, the
fust and only known for twenty ifam. a
the certaiu cuie lor the l' ier and Asrue. and
its kindred complaints, confidently recoinni"iiil
It to the patrotiaire f at'flicled.
the above Institution likewise recommend
for Bowel Complaints. ItllWAVIlS IIM.
POUND SVRUI OF BLACKBERRY ItonT.
and in in due time will furnish ii" own remedy
ror every disease that can be safely treated in
By order of the Trustees.
JOHN R. ROW AND. M. I).
fresident of the Ln.iei sily. and Head cf the
Home Dispensary and Office, No. Arch
St., Philadelphia. M pi ., ly
P- . 3 1PY.
Itfiolnale. Retail ami Commission hr-
chut, cvrhrr of .Mam and Grtgory
ttrtrls, Sf. .Mirq.
rtbt "ASj ist receive I and now his for sale
1 a lar;v assortment of !erte, merchandise
iA? adapted to the wants of all classes in tins
new and thriviiur community, w hicli he can sell
as cheap as can beolfered elsewhere si high upon
the Mi-'."iri rner. II, s floods have been selec
tiil by an experienced purchaser, with special
refl'. rence to the circumstances and wants of all
classes of settlers in a new country. ladies
and frentieirrn, childien and youth, all can be
supplied, (..id and sw for yourselves. li s
stock coiisi -'iof tlie following, anion!? a (Treat
many other articles be cannot now enumerate:
Anionic his dry poods m iy be found woolen
and sattmelt clotiis, cassmetts, tweeds, cash
meres, liu.st-yj, flannel, red, white, prey and
blue, Cai-uian plaids. Cotton roods, slieetmes
and shirtings, bleached and unbleached; bbie
and while drillings, osiiabur, bedticking, hick
ory, checks, &.C.
A beautiful assortment uf fancy rrinta of
every variety of style and pattern. Ginghams,
lawns, figured alnacra. bomba Mi1, boinhb v
ette, sruwU, warf ( hamUerrliief i, crp, ma-
i'B) curings, nuuuni, cr.
A well selected stock of Summer. Fall and Win
ter Clothing, consisting in r,urt uf iin die..
coats, patits and ve,!; i,,o good summer eU.iU
ii.H of all descriptions; and heavy clothing for
fall and winter use.
Also fchirts, knit flannel diaweri and inidr.
shirts, socks, fcc. Me,.', .1 boys' hats and
caps of various fashions, qualities, and pi ires.
Boots and shuts, thick and thin, polished and
uupolished of every description, for men women,
and children's usa.
Crushed, clarified, loaf and brov l' FI inirar tr.n.
lasss-s, syrup molasses, golden svrun, superior
tea, K10 and Java coib-e, a-afrai, g!n-,-er, pep
Ler, cloves, spice, ciiuiainuii, giound ginger,
nutmegs, snuffs, tobacco, cijais, jupes, soap,
caudles, vii.e-ai, pickles, pejij.er-sa.ice, ic.
A large assortment of fl,ir uf various q'iali
ie and prices; corn me.il and all the vn,i...
products of tlie farm and gaidenj bacon and
iMi, kiln dried apples, t.e ,rhts. currents, raisins.
fcc. JliKOWAKt. s of various patterns
for cooking and heat.;. ' ro,. 11s. stoi-e-moMi ...!
elbows, large and small iron tellies frv,
pans, tkiliets, haud-iions, shovets and tongs.
manure forks, hay foiss. scvllies. shovels and
pades, log and trace chain's, aaes. hammers.
pincers, iron and sieel, nails, hoise-rasps, files,
saws, knives and forks, pocket knives, rators,
hu'ts and screws, door handles, knobs, iockst
Sec. TiNWAar. A general assortment kept
for household purposes. Woonwaar.. Wash
tubs, Shaker paiU, wood and sine waehhoarus,
LKATHt.a. bole-leather, harness leatii. r.cr.w
bide, kin skins, r.i'f skins, linin '..ml iuiri.. -.
Saddles, b.idi.s, halters, larnetts. eircindes.
belly-bands, driving line, collars, back-straps,
ttiituS, blii.d-bridles, Ac. Mmucimks. A iren-
eral assortment of inr.iW irl f ,r fevers, fever
and ague, and the common comnlaints of the
onntiy. Cook's, Iee',, Sappmytou's-Bragg's,
nd Janes' oil's. Quinine, tunics, and varum.
kinds of stimulants, anodynts. liniineu'. and
other articles ref trssary for the sick and trie 111-
) UTTER and Efs wanted fi.r ui.;h 11,.
J hichct price will bs raid in cash Or rnnds
by 5trj-y fc Erj'mk cs tie T.l.c Snt t.
-ofT r,- s-
I'.NTK ACT OF
Inline anl S'mpvUl V
l.OR (he removal and permanent
' !i.eaes an iini fi oin an nnpuic
the I'l.UIIU, or h,il.,t i t the system, Vi. :
, Si i "f i la, or K i iu;'s Ei il , Ohst mate Cut mcous
Eruptions, I'unpli s on the -',iref Itlotchi s,
Roil , Chronic Snip V.yes, I! in 4 01 m 01 Tet
ter, Seal I lle.nl, Salt Ehenm. P.il is in the
H 111 s an ! Jo oits, o I S. nes an I Fleers, liheu-mati-in,
Swellini; of the (ilan s, Siphiliitie
Disease", !i sipdss. Lumbago, Diseases of
the Kidi if)s, Co.ijhs, tnhls. Aslhauia, llion-
s, Consumption, Di
r Complaint, Nervous Aifections tieneral
bility, Xoiirnl -ia, or Tic Delouieux. Can
cers, (ioitre. White Su idlings. Diseases ari
sing f 1 oin nil iiijmlirious use oT Mercury.
Exposures or Imprudence in Life, Female
Irregularities, also, CIiiomc Constitutional
This valnii'ile medicine combines the m st
salutary and efficacious articles in the vegelahle
kingdom. It is chiefly compos, d of the Cum.
puoiid extract of Sarnparill.i, Yellow Dock,
and the llvdriodate of Potassium, all of 11 lib h
ar" known to the medical facility to be highly
efficacious in the removal of disea"-fv,ari I to have
n specific action on the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys.
mood, 1, lands, and l unary organs, restonng
them to a healthy action, enabling theni to pie
form the functions nature designed. It is now
confidently b-iieied that Doctor Easterly's Io
dine and Sarsaparilla in the best Alternative and
Blood Purifying medicine ever offered to the
public. It is cheaper, pleasautt r, and warren
tcd supei ior to any sold.
Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is rec
ommended as the most efficacious medicine that
can yossihle be used. Not one instance of its
failure has eier occured w hen faithfully used.
For Scurvy. Boils. Blotches. Tumors, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Cancers. Enlarged CUnds
Fever Sores. Mercurial Diseases. SvphiNtic
Symptoms, leprosy, F.rysipelas, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, and all cutaneous diseases. Dr. Easter
ly's lodme and Sarsaparilla cannot be too high
ly extolled. It searches out the Vei y root of
the disease, deslroys (he germ, by purifying
the Mood and di ivin r nut all impure or disease i
fluids of the hotly and by removing the Cause,
renders the cure certain and perminant.
INDIGESTION OR DYSPEPSIA.
No medicine, perhaps, has ever been discov
ered which gives so much tone to the stomach
and causes flic secretion of healthy gastric
juice to digest the food as Dr. Easterly's Iodine
and Sarsaparilla. No one has used it for such
complaints without benefit.
Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is used
with the greatest success in rheumatic complaints
especially such as are chronic. It cures bvdri
vin out nil impurities and foul humors which
have accumulated in the system, which are the
cause 01 lilietimatism, t;out and swelling of tl
joints. O'lier remedies sometimes gives tempi
rary lelu f; this entirely eradicates the disease.
trom tlie system.
Fob Mkrci'rial ami Vknl.ral J)ikasls,
Ao n tinii the moon, (m.ainds,
ComiSjJoiMs AV) Bonis.
Or. l-.asterly's I . line and S irai.Hrilla is the
riest remedy ever invented. This medicine
otf-red lo the public not merely as a purifier of
..it- BLis.il, uni as a po.venul eradirator or the
most virulent poisons, occasioned bv mercurial
ami venerul taints, which iesit the act, on of all
other remedies. Jt h ill cure (he worst kind of
mercurial diseases, no matter how deeply it
may have eaten into Ihe frame and vital organs.
It will cure thewoist cases of secondary sy
philis or leneral diseases, no mat'er how long
it may have existed, bow had, or how deeply
sealed in the system, it will annihilate and ex
pel the virus and restore the system to a state of
perfect health and purity. Ior Ulcers in the
mouth and throat, Enlaigmeiit of tlie (.lands,
(joitre or tumors in the Throat, nodes, Pains in
the Bone and Joints, it is the only sale an I sure
remedy. Young persons who have reason to
suspect any impurity in their blood, either her
editary or the result of imprudence ouirlit to pu
rify and destroy this virus before entering the
marriage state, as they may thereby not only
protect themselves against the dangers of impo
ii'ticy and other misfortune, but secure the cer
tainty of a pure ami healthy offspring. Jt ran
be used by persons, of either sex, with the most
pei feet safe! y.
IN ALL IUSOKOI.HS (If- THE klll:VS, Bl.HODI.R
and Uai vabv OaoASs, Daoety, Gmavi.l
AM) I. II IK ('OMI'LAINT.
Dr Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is fh
best and only Extract that ought to be used. In
these complaints, this medicine has performed
most astonishing cures.
FOR N ER VOl'S DISEASES.
No langua oie can cotivey an adequate idea
of the immediate and almost miraculous change
w hich is produced by the use of Dr. Eeatei!y's
Iodine and Sarsaparilla, in the diseased, delimi
tated an t shatteied nervous system. Whether
broke down by excess, weak by nature, or impa
red by sickness, the unstrung and relaxed orga
nization is at once rebraced. revived and limit
up. In case of Neuralgia, Nervous headache.
Loss of memory, Ueuerul Prostration, Nervous
ness, Vertigo, l'ain in the Nerves of the Face,
and the various train of nervous atr. ctions, a
will produce a cure in an astonishing short
time. The clfc'ct of this medicine is to give per
manent relief to the sufferer, and to restore the
shattered and debilitated constitution to itspru
tine health and vigor.
TO THE LADIES.
Lad'esof pale complexion and consuintive
habits, and such as are debilitated from any of
the obstructions incident to the sex. such as ob
struction or painful menstruation, Flour Albus
or Whites, Green Kieknessj also, excessive How
of the Menses, Barrenness, fcc., can be restored
jy the use of two or tliree bottles of Dr. Last-
arly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla, to bloom and
vigor. It is far the Lest remed v ever discover.
ed for weakly children, and such as have bad
humors being pleaseut they readily take it.
It immediately restores theappetite,strength,
and color. NotJiing can be more aupprising
than its invigorating effect on the human frame.
rersotis an weakness ami latitude before ak.
iiur Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Kara:, ..nr. tu .1
once become robust and full of eueiirv under
its lull. iel,c. it linluttdistsly saukUiwU U..
nervousness of the female frame.
Da. Eastsslv's Iopine and Sabsapasilla is
4 WoNDKarci PcjtiriE or the Blood.
It is very pleasent to the last, and is more
concentrated, beine stronger, better and cheaper
than any other medicine 111 use. Families who
have used this article are never willing to bo
without it. Taken in the early stages, it is a
sure preventative f almost any species of dis
ease. Hi?" Ask for Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Ssr.
sanai ilia and take not!, nig else.
I'lice 9.I per bottie, or six bottles for Ifi.'i.
A liberal discount made to wholesale pur
chasers. CV"Eor sale at Dr. Easterly's Tamilv M-di-cinc
St'.rc.soiif h-t j:-t corner of Third and Clin,
nut Streets, St. JxjuIs Mo. .!-, by J'. A. Supy ,
St Mary, Jowa.and by dealers in medicints geu
erally 111 the West.
DR. EASTERLY'S FEVER AND ACUE
Ii warranted to cuic Ague and Fever, Dumb
Ague, Chills and Fever," lotermilant and Re
mitlant Fevers, and all the various forms of Fo
yers Incident lo the West ! I
This popular remedy has .'iow been before
Ihe public two years, and duringthat time about
TwKNTV-rivt: Thousand Bottlis
have been sold and in no instance has it failed
to edi ct a perminant cure as far as heard from,
or to give entire satisfaction to the jouchaacr.
It is narrented to cure all cases, or the money
will be refunded. J-t no man. worn. 111 or . I.H.I
sutler with Ibis distressing diaease, when a suie
remedy is at hind.
Read the testimony from John Miller & Co.
Evansvii i.t, III., Oct. d, !-:;3.
Dr. Easterly Sirt We take pleasure in stat
ing that we have purchased 30 boltlesof your
Fever and Ag ie Killer, and have sold the same
to our patrons, and that it has effected a perma
nent cure in every rae. W have sold nearly
all the virions Inedirins for s.',iear, i fever, but
none ,As jriven such entire satisfaction as your
Eever nd Ague Kilter. We believe, jt is tlx
best mci"-ir. n w hor the public.
Rsrertfo,l,y, J,),, 4,llw t C,.
lien I the let!.-; from John S. Crump, O.'lni!
Saline. Arkanras, Cherokee Nation, bearing date
A'i::ut Id. 1 i:i.
Dr. Easterly Sir: When I was in yonrrity
in M I'rh l is!. I purchased one dozen holtles of
vour Feverand Ague Killer, w tin h you warran
ted to pie. I have sold se en of the ifneii, ivhich
I also wurrnn'c 1. Your medicine has given eti
tire s it i. f. u t ion so far, j h u ing llei ted scvei al
cures of the Chills and Fever. I trie case part i-
rularlv a I t ly who had been nlMicted since the
latter pint of at summer, and bad tried a great
in my remedies, besides ha vin.- a physician part
of the time, all of which failed. She bought a
botfle of your medicine, and before she had us
ed one- third i f it. she as entirely cured, and
has enjoyed good health ever since. In no case
has it fa iled to eir.'i t a permanent cm e.
Respectfully yours, John S. Crump.
P. S. I w ill be in your place again shortly,
and will buy more largely.
N. B. AV for Dr. Easterly's Fever and Ague
Killer, and take no other, and you are safe.
A liberal discount made to wholesale dealcre.
Price Al per bottle, or six bottles for 4 .
For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine
Slore corner of Third and Chesnui streets St.
Lmis, Hlsobv P. A. Sarpy, St. Mury, and by
dealers in medicines generally in the west.
DR. EASTERLY'S DI ARB IKEA SYRUP.
This is a pleescnt, safe and effectual remedy for
I)ventary, I)iarrbrea,Cholera.Clioer Morbus
S limner complaint, Colic Oriping. Pains.
Wind in the Stomach and Bowels. Cramps,
Fretting and Crying of infants, and for all ir.
regular ies of the bowels.
It is one of (lie most effiejetil, jdeasent, and
safe preparation evey offered to Ihe public for
the removal of the various derangements of the
Stomach and Bowels ami theonly article worthy
of the least confidence for curing Cholera Infan
tum on Summer Complaint, and all the derang
metitsof the Bowels from teething.
Dr. Easterly s Diarrhrra Syrup is without ex
reption one of the most valuable Famiy Medi
cities ever discovered. Hundreds of families of
the first respectability 111 St. Louis bale used it
and hear tlie strongest testimony in its favor
Pi ire i.icents per bottle.
l or sale at Dr. Earterly's Family Medicine
f . .... , -. ,,, y
r-iore, corner or J Inril and t.liesiiul street St
Louis, also by p. A. Sarpy, and by dealers in
nie.iicines generally ill me west.
DR. EASTERLY'S VERMIFUGE
The (J.eat Remedy for Expelling Worms from
The most safe, pleasent nnd effectual medicine
known lor t he removal of worms form child
ren is Dr. Easterly's Vermifuge.
Parents and guardians having the charge of
children, should watch carerully the symptoms
of worms in their chirdren, and as soon as symp
toms indicate their presence, they should at once
re-ort to ine Use of Or. l.aslerly's ertnifi.ge
.More children die from tSoims that! all other
diseases, and a more miserable object rati scar
cely i.e imagined than a cfiild suffering under
the ordinary u mptonj of worms. Parents, mark
,L:.ur:i. ... . . i
mis; ..in Jim hoi oiainc yourselves, ir your
children die. that you did not use Dr. Easterly'!
Vermifuge in tune? This Vermifuge will rei
move eve-y species of worms from the system
in s.a to eini n.nirs nrrer laKen
Price 2") cents perboMle.
for sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine
Store, south-east cornor of Thirl and Cbesnut
, . ui 1 . 1 . . . .. r ... .
mi. -ls, 01. 1,0. lis, ai"o ov j-. a r-.irpv, M-. .itarv
...1 1... .1.... 1 :.. . .,' - ..
mm " u.-anrii, 11. in e 1 it: 10 1' genera 1 1 in trie west.
DR. EASTERLY'S PAIN KILLER.
For the cure of Bruises, Sprains, Wounds,
Tooth Ache, Colic. Ciamps or Spasms. Cho
lera, Dysentery. Rheumatism, pain, jn the
Stomach and Bowds, and w herever there is
Pain, it is a speedy and certain cnie.
'I'his Medicine has nioreconti.d over all pains
than any other ever invented. It is usH both
Internally and Externally, and its soothing ef
fects are instantly felt by the sulfeier, alleviat
ing the most excrulialing pains in a few minu
tes. In a word, it is a Pain Kii.Lt.a.
No humane family or physician should be
Without It. It has been used "by thousand of tic
most intelligent and respertable families in St.
Louis, rind all pronounce it the most Speedy and
Elfeclual Curative they have icr used.
Da Eastlki.y's Pain Kimcr
is beyond nil do.iht the most r.-rtain remedy ever
disrovi red for Pains in the Stomach. Pains in
the Sule. Breast, Back and Limbs. It is also an
infallible remedy for Colic, Diarrli'r a, Cholera
Morbus, Paint.-r's Colic, Wind in the Sumach
and Bowels, Dyspepsia, Sore Throat, Head
ache, A.C .
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
I'.i w shi oi- Imitations ami Covkti huts.
'I he only genuine and real Pain Killer is i.rel
pared exelusiiely by J)r. Easterly, the sole
proprietor. Therefore counterfeit, and imita
tions abroad. Thersfore be sure to a.k for Dr.
Easlcily's Pain Killer, and take no other, and
you are safe.
Price -2: cents per bottle; five bottles for till.
For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine
Store, south-east corner of Third and Cbesnut
streets, St. Ixiuis, also by P. A. Sarpy St. Afary
and by dealeis in medicine generally in Ihe w est.
ai4- s . in
For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Astbam, Con
sumption. Bronchitis, Spitting nf Blood, Pain
in the Side and Breast, Pleurisy, Whooping
Cough, and all diseases of the Lungs and
Among all (lie celebrated remedies for Disea
ses or ine i.cm.i and I'm Lst, none seem to be
meeting with such success and to (jive such en-
ii.c sdiisidciiuii to an, as
DR- CARTER'S COUGH BALSAM
I Ins valuable remedy is purely vegetable in
its ingredients, and perfectly harmless in all its
Qualities, and as mild and pleasent as the most
delicate cordial. It is very soothing and heal
ing to the Lungs, and is every where acknowl
edged by Druggists, Phyairans, and alt who
nave used it lo be tlie most Effectual Curative
No disease incident to our climate is so uiii
versal, and at the same time so fatal, as Pul
monary Consumption, ibis awful iuala.lv
sweep over the land as a Destrovitnr A lift!.
In virij; low tl atronsrest and t direst of our ri .
.-.union u ine young ana me old are annually
hurried to ths tomb br this dreadful national
CoN'CMrTivE IlEADxa! Beware of mere
palliative medicines. I be object of nearly all
the medicines now offered for diseases of the
l.,unifs. is 10 relieve, and not tn cure. Such is
not me case with Ut. Carter's Cough Balsam.
In colds and coughs, winch are the Urtl syi.
loins of consumption, it is tlie moot plesscnt
and efficacious remedy that can nos.iblv luni.nl
In confirmed consumption it has been used with
perfect and triumphant bnctess. when the most
eminent physicians bad tutu ud all lnou-
vain, bo confident is th tuonrietor of its now.
er to cure Tuberrnrous Consumption, thai he
sum. .is a iriai in me worst or rases.
SPITTING OF BLOOD.
TV.s f.'ightful 1 .yu.pt. m of ronsumiition is
speedily cl.erked and prevented l.y the use of
Dr. Carter's Cough BJsam. which heals tl,.
ati's ied membrane, ri.inives the incipient tuber
t :es, and restores those vital organs, the
to a sound and healthy condit Kill.
REM E.MfcER THIS,
(""pitting of Blood alwravl arises from a
dency to tuberculous disease, and if not checked
at the outset, will sootur or later terminate in
death. A person who raises blood ones will
raise blood again ui.le.si a proper curativa is im
. PAIN IN THE SIDE,
Ibis dis'ressing synsdoin of coiisiiiniiirsn
rises from inflamation f the luiii's or membrane
called the Pleura, or from bronchial affections
of the air phages. Jn either case it is a very
dangeiouj indication of disease. It ....-..1.
full and fri-e breathiig, and wears awav ll,
natural strength of th-system. The cause of
tiiis ) mptoiii shouid I removed at once, and
(milling can possibly stTect that object so speed
ily snd biij.pily as Dr. Carta's Cough Balsam
which is alw sys safa Hid salutary in its effects
on the constitution.
In cases of coriaiiiit.tion the Liver is always
more or less shVctesLand alsotbespleen. pleura
a-id small iiitejtins. Itieedi rt of J)r. Carter's
Cough Balsam in diseases of the Liver, espec
ially J il be of an ulejious nature, is dirsc! ir.d
psws-fstl. ftssarfs Stress W ta Lur M(t.
if tka l iiu ..1. I
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tended by consumption ipdily r4 j i(1
The iiarslidry wintercough which affllcli4 4
people and invalids in a low stats of beslti.
can be nl'ertually cured by the use of Dr. Car
ter's Cough Balsam. It warms, moistaa's su4
stimulate the whole breathing apparatus, puri
ties ami animates the blood, improveslhs secre
tive power of the Liver, Spleen and other larra
glands, and the digestive organs, and impsru
new life to the wan and emanciatej system
Bronchitis, difficulty of breathine, ),k
cough. slimy expectoration, with all .thar
symptoms caused by an alTcctionof thssirtuhe
ea.ling from the throat to the luhjri, ar directl r
and specifically affected and cured by th
of Dr. Carter's Cough Balsam. This issstry
painful, wearing and injurious complaint, as
slwaj slias a powerful tendency to inflam sa4
soften the Lungs and (hereby induct the worst
forms of pulmonary disease. Be warned ja
time, ye airiicteil, and employ this valutkla
Free Expectoration is the most important ak
ect to be obtained in all attempts to curs di.
asesof the chest and lungs. 'I he cough, which
's so distressing is slmtdy the result of a fssir
to expectorate:, and as long as foul matttrsiist.
in the air passages, it w ill continue to irritate
the membrane and preroke a cough. Conshins;
is an attempt to throw offthis matter, and si.
perforation gives great relief. Inability to s
prrtorate in the latter star of consuiaptiatt
is the cause of death.
. DR. CARTER'SCOUGH nALSAM,
is the great expectorant. It dissolves the sr
bid and disease mailer in the air passages, cbaa.
ges it from a thick glutinous substance te ft
thin harmless fluid, and throws it oiT o.ik w-
greatest possible ease to the patient. There is
.... wnn meuicirie in me world if its stptcte
rant nnalitiM . 1,... I.. Mn-;.i ..1 '
............ v ..'t,i,ir'. i,
For simple or spasmodic asthma there is
better remedy than Dr. Carter's C.-iugh Balsam
I Ins mstrcfsmg disease which resists almas!
everything else, yields to the all powerful In
fiurnre of this great remedy as readily ss aar
other form of pectoral disease, ,
should be supplied with Dr. Carter's Couth
lla sam, to l used in the early stages of Courtis
(olds. Spitting of Blood. Pain in the Side an
(best, Bronchitis, Difficulty of Breathinr.
Night Sweats, Asthma, Inflnenrs, Whoopinr
Cough, and severe Ctouji and thereby counter
act the consumptive tendency which is produ
eed by our ever changing climate.
boftles, 1 per bottle, or six bottles, for
ror sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Mediciasr
store, South-east corner of Third and Ches.nt
streets, St. Louis, also by p. A. Sarpy, St.
Mary, and by dealers in medicines generally
in the West. a,-19-l.7
i ' " 1 ! r . . A . fc . .
For the cure of Liver Complains. Dyspepsia.
Jaundice, Biliousness, Loss of Appetits.
Headache, Habitual Costiveness, General
Debility, Nervousness, and all disease. ,n,
nig from a disordered Liver, or Digestion 1 1
'These Bitters possess remarkable invigoratinf
Strengtheniiigand Restorative nronert.e. ,k;,C
gne tone and vigor to the Digestive Oresns, and
make them invaluable for
Lina Complaint, jAuanirr, Dtsnrst,
And all other diseases caused from a d.r..-a
stats of the stomach, bowels, a.,,1 i .
tend to debilitate or weaken the system.
I) li. H U N T E ICS GERMAN fll Tl E R.
Cannot be to hichlv rrn.ii.iii.nA.il i
suirering with a disordered LIVER or fadires
tion. Loss of Appetite. iServona Irrit..:-.
Headache, Habitual Cost iverie.a. I. fi-l..
lily, amis variety of Complaints which it is
impossible to describe.
If there are a jferers in St. T.m.f. Ik... ...
advised to try these Bitters.
rrice rsic. per bo.tle,orsix bottles for t2 9.
For sale at Dr. Easterly's V.m.i. r..i..:
More, corner of Third and Cbesnut streets. St.
I-ouis, M i. Also by P. A. ftarpy St. Msry,
and by dealers in medicines renerslly in t"i
t. sort 2-1.
1 - - -
1 f Vvi.u.31
A safe and certain cure for Gonnrrhrra, CI est
Strictures. Seminal Weakness, and all disease
of the Genital Ojgans.
This popular and sneeifie remedy litiaw af.
fered lo tin; atHicled and warreute'd to eurs all
cases of Gonorrbrr a. Gleet. Strictures. Seminal
Weakness.andsll diseases of the Genital Orrass
in a few days. This infalliabl remedy has
saied thousands upon thousands from the hands
of Merciless Quacks, if not from a pretnatnrs
grave. In case of infection, Dr. Baker's Spe
cific is (lie only safe and sure remedy. It is very
sgreeable to the taste, creates no preceptabl al
itor, snd may be used by persons of either sex
with entire secrecy without regard to diet, hin
drance from business or Medical Adviser, ss
Plain directions for useaccompsny the medicins
Reader have vou a private disease? Do not nv
glsct it. Delay is dangerous. With Dr. Bs.
kers Specific you ran cure yourself, snd thns
prevent all exposure. This medicine will speed
ily and effectually cure the most virulent case
of Secret Diseases, snd eradicate every partiels)
of infectious matter from the system, andrcitore
the patient to s pertect stateof health snd liuitr.
Price, titl 6(1 per bottle. '
For sale at Dr. Easterly Family Medicia
Store, south-east corner of Third and ChesmU
strtets, St. Louis, Mo. Also by P. A. Sarpy
St. Mary, Iowa, and by dealers in medicines
generally in the West. apr 12-1 y
A valuable remedy for suppression of (hs Me.
ses, Whites, painful Menstruation, Impotts
cy or Barrenness, Sallow Complexion, Head
ache, Dixniness, Weakness of the nerves, snd
all diseases which arise from a deranremsat
of the functions of nature.
The most perfect, safe and infslliabls remedy
for the cure of all those diseases of feinalsa, ar
ising from weakness or debility, and obstruction
in the sexual organg, such ss irregnlsr or sup
pressed of the Menses, i'luor Albus or Whites
Falling of the Womb, Headache, Knchtui
Dream,s 4tc, caused by Cods,cherkel perspiis,
tions, excesses, over-escitemrnt, 4.C., is
DR. HOOPER'S FEMALE CORDIAL
Keveral ladies in the city who have siitTsrad
for many years with the above complaints, snd
havs employed our most eminent physicians
without success, havs used Dr, Jloojier's I
inula Cordial, and have been siieedily ard per.
maiietitly cured by its use. If there srs suBsr.
ers in St. Louis, they can rely upon Dr. Hosi
er's Female Botdial ss a safe, pleasent sad si,
Price 1 per bottle, or six bottles for $,.
For sale st Dr. Easterly's Family Mrdicls
Store, corner cf Third snd Chesuut streets, tit.
Louia, Mo. Also by P. A. harpy, St. Mary,
and by dealers in medicines generally In tks
West. pr 12-lr
Dr. Cook's Magic Hair Oil.
For the preservation, beauty, growth, ss4
restoration of the Hair.
It baa long been the desire ef prrsons troublsd
with st ill', barsh, unruly hir, to procure sn ss
tide which would at once render the hair soft,
lively and beautiful. The moat perfect ss
admirable article ever discovered for tbst pur
pose is Dr. Cook's Magic Hair till.
This Oil penetrates the minutest pores, giv
ing the dry and withering bulbs new lira a si.
vigor, opening theeapillaries, softens, preserves
beautifies and strengthens Ihe hair, prevents it
from falling erf, removes ths dandruff, snd turas
ragged hair intii that which is smooth, glossy
snd wsvy. It is admitted by all to b ths great
est invention of the sgs for beautifying ths hai
and rendering it permanent.
DR. COOK'S MAGIC HAIR OIL.
Is s sn pei b srticle, and should be found os ths
toilet of every Isdy who values ths glossy sad
beautiful appearsne of 'ths flowing riaglstS
snd the w itching curl."
Price, 5(1 rents per bottle.
For sals at Dr. Easterly's Family Kedisis
More, corner of 1 ft ird and Cheauul ilroets m
Louis, Mo. Also by P. A. harpy, it. Msrr
snd by deal srs ia sxsiissftot gsajsrstly latin
West. str lMj
iC.';m gssarally is ll
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