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rlHt MMsrlkm aratiaw ijreeNereel a MeeV,er thle
a. celebraara artjcl of aqneata, aeaaoaafc t BJ aaaMlliee,
iv ei tne anone. amice. - . r
fathrwtHtanianajcaaaltite whh lb firnbertlea. WiH
nHMi tbe.1 he glTthajli fmra nt AttMaar enape,
cletfeeaaaa l,irulM4 MS half UirtmMI labor, aaal at. leet
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jtxtraordmary core or rjoas ot health.
DISORDERED STOMACH, I WDftK8TI0rf AND
DETERMINATION Of BLOOD 10 THE. HEAD.
Dopy of o Utter from' Mr. John Vmi, of J?n-i, Mar
To Prorrttor Hof lowXyt
Sir I avail nytelfof tb first bpportnnity of Inform
; itig you, that for Tf tor petiod I w afllictedwlth
tlatifttrou fcidr-in and Ttqaent iwimmingr in lh
head, attended b-r lot of (ripttite, diaortlered .tomach,
nd f!ntrlly lopird health: Every tnenhd
failed to girt any permanent relief, ani at le agtb. I
became tor alarating that I wat really afraid of going
bout without at attendant. In this melancholy con
dition I waited fifrgonalty apon Mr. Hnphen, Chemiat,
Harlech, for tha urro of conitiltinc bim at to what
1 hai) better do J. a kindly tetommended your Pitla, I
' tried them witboi t delay, and after taking tbetn for t
abort time 1 am happy to bear teitimony to their won
derful efficacy. I am now restored to peifect health,
and enabled to remitne my usual duties. . .You art at
liberty to pnblisb this letter in any way you may think
proper. ' I I am, Sir, yonr Obedient Servant,
JuneSfh,18!2. (Signed) JOHN I.I.OYO.,
MIRACITI.OTJS CURE OF DROPSY.
Setratt of a Tjeitrfrom Edward Bowley, Etq. , of India
Walk, nlago,daud JprilSlh, 184i. . .
To Professor Howwayi ,
' ' Dcab' Sia Itlevm tt duty I owe to you and tit
public at large, tc inform you of most miraculous re
covery from it) at r readful disease, Duorsv, and which,
under Ood. was .ff' cted ty your invaluable Pills. I
was tapped firetues within eilit months, and skil
fully treated by t vo medical praclitioneis, but could
not get cored, unt 1 1 bad recourse to your remedy, aud
notwithstanding 1 had undergone, this miraculous
medicine cured t.e in the course of six weeks.
OVdJ EDWARD ROWLEY.
INFALLIBLE 'vJlRE OF A STOMACH COM
PLAINT, WITB INDIGESTION AND VIOLENT
ZxtrtH of a Litter from Mr. S. Gotont, ChtmUt, of
Clifton, near aruiot, auiea juij
To Ptofessnf HottowAYt
' DiAa 8m 1 am' reaue sted bv al.adv named Thorn
'a, Jnst arrived frca the West Indies, lo acquaint you
that for a period cf eight years, heisell and lamily eul
fcred from contiu Al bad oealtb, arising from disorders
f the hvorand stcmsch, Indigestion, Lossof Appetite,
violent Head-acbrs, paina in the side, weakness and
general debility, ftr which she consulted tbe most em
inent men in the cMohr.but without any beneBcial re
mit; at last the hot recourse to your invaluable Pills,
which in a very uliort time effected so great a change
for the better, tntf sha continued them, and tbe whole
family were regtomd to health and strength. Further,
ah desire m to sar, that ah baa witnessed their ex
traordinary virtues In those complaint incidental to
children, particularly in cases of Measles and Scarlati
na, having effecter. positive cure of these diseases with
no omen emeay.. , . (Signed) b. ourvtrn
Thtit ctltbraltd Pi U art wonderfully tjfflcaciom ilu
' fcktowng eemplamU,
Ague Dropsy , Iuflimmstion
Sore Throat ..Asthma, Dysentery i
Jaundice. ,. ,., S.onean4 Gravel Bilious Com
Brysipetat , . Lives Complaints plaints .
Secondary Symp-, jj.otcbes on the Female Irregular
loiua . - siun ,
Lumbago , Tic Douloureux
Fevers ofallkini Piles ;,
Tumours Mcr ;
Rheuauti:!!) ' ' . Venweal Aflic
Fi,i .. r'Y ,ion, !
Gout 1 Retention orU-
Weaknees," from ' fin ',
whatever cause Consumption
Scrofula or King's Vebility '
Evil . Aetc,; I
Sold at the establishment of Professor Holloway,
244, Strand, f near, 'Xoioplej Bar,) London, and by all
vendors oi niecucuirs. lurongliout ine uniiea males, in
boxes at 371c.', 87c. and $1.50c. each. Wholesale by
tba nrincipal Drnf Ihoiisaa in the Union,' ami by
Messrs. A. B.lll. Sa HDj New York :
CJ-Theie it k,ioiisiilerbla saving by taking lh
aigrr sizes. 1 l J . "I i-
N. B. Directions for tbe guidance of patient ip v
ry dnordff j atipwX t ocb box.
, Worms of all
WM. R. MARTIN.
M a r t TB &-Br d t h or,
TiO XXB J fin ES.. C1V TU ;
MAMKbi 6 STOCK CrEPRINa
V-:;,:r-1 f-i .;i At'
We ateriiow manufacturing tba largest and most
complete STOCK 4 'SPKINO CLOTHINO enrar of
fered to the Public nl by the first of Marat, wilt have
it completed,, Our jf.XLL SALES far
our expectations, tbiU. w were entireJr ut of soods.
and were couipeledto disappoint hundred t4 cust-'
teers. But for tbe approaching season, we-sball en
dearor to manufacturi aatockibatwilbiupplyaU wh
iavor.ua wim-iiuur uifvn&w m wcirse iw mil
of jreat . bargain, , is ,it i fact acknowledged by
all who have puxcb oi us, that wa an and oe sell
clothing tfatptriAbfa. tUr and Mlla eiC abMiner
tbaq ihopru-clialat any othexboes. .m i
Call. ai4 wUl ) vr r MwCw Wttli. !
4 I airs. , , . . ..(.. j,
tJ"Mot!dLrgH re and small profit,,, v
!; ' MARTlN& BKQTERM-P.l,
He. "113 Broadway , ,v04 tyffi 8,Mam tret,
.Ip a Mr i . Mr
ttr u.e mil fi
first. bolumnia tbiriu PwVi. ,i.' !' i1 v '
)m dlrreiiea tat at arrortpin
This ntk I
MArT At FI7I.I.Kir,
I. i .
." )Dt H. Uiuln tnnmt, rtr lilt,
i n : . i , UU Loulei Me,
Bf.vL6UIS. MS360Rt. 1 "i.
Commission and Forwarding llottte.
o frit moiido0 '" c VAtrcts Mcfacl. .
, Z&ogrldge & McranL
: : i ( Uf Twicbetl ft. Mogridge.) ' '
-Corner Com mere ta I and Pin street. St. Loni.
CONSIG NMKN 8 and Commiseieb will meet with
prompt and personal attention, and liberal tun
deasce will be given on Consignment or Bills of
Tba forwarding and receiving of merchandize and
firoduc will meet with especial car and dispatch the
ewest rates of freiiht willalwys b procured, rind
the expense ot storage and drayage, a much as possi
ble avoided. '' . '.
Order for purchasing Cued at the snorteif, notice
and lowt market price. '...,,!
J. q IV. naisn,
Pair A Hamlin.
Charles. Blow & Co., ) St. Leuil.
Cbotesu ft. Valle,
Dosn, King ft. Co,
mow a Marcn, l . , ,
Frost ft Forrest, New York.
Charles A. Meigs, ) ;
T. C. Twichell a Co.'; New Orleans. .. .
W hsv n open policy of Insurance, which will
cover all shinments to our address, when advised by
letter per mail, or when endorsed on bill of lading
oelore, or at the time oi shipmeni.
St. Loul,JaD.'29, J8B3. , ' ! ,b3y
f853. SAMUEL STILLWELL, 1853
No. 53 01ive-t., bet. Second & Third,
St. Louis, Mo. ,
" Manufacturer of
Pure Alcohol and Pure Spirits of any
proof required. Also Spirit Gas, Phosgene Gas,
Chemical oil and camphene, warranted of a superior
quality, and lor sal on reasonable terms.
tit W, anaxisiffi:-t(x kMnd y. orV' (hft tofions
and the jlnke,rtonBlw which the, wisdom
Ol irU JCOHWIHJ .Itt ail pviauiia ciuw-uv-
mestio rtjlatloat will be set forth aod prao
tlcally muktrmtfid ia the author!, peculiar
, ,Ai heretofore tbe .original ccnlributon
to the "Home GftEette": will be armmp; the
best.wtitete of ur country '. m
TKRM9r Iff AVA5C.
One copy, per annum,
Iwo oojusi,. per annum,, . -Tlirefl,
a . . . - j - ! '
Etpht, (bhdonetothepstter-upof the club-,) 10'
HI -a 1 - . i. M 14 1H
Ainneen copie. ocr einiiuiut v
Twenty, i j', . ( ,"j i ; M i 20
frt4Thiis'lt uifll hei VuMt-.thit where a
club of t wmtT unltey an4 take the "Home
uazeiie, iiib unco pam uy ruun iuukuvci
wilLonlv'ba 41 a rear, while the tretter-up
'of the club will receive a copy in addition
for hi trouble, ,. Ur, rostmagters andoth
nwhn wish to mnka nn r.lulM of twentv
of dne' dcfllaf tetfcHUh;in'6i'r'to facilitate
. : ' p r, ' L: "i l
tne reception oi me, piper d inuso wi,u
first entel the club, send $ 10 for ten copies,
and the remafninr 4)10 when the club is
full, at which time the extra copy for get
.: . -1..V. ;1I L .l-.l
mi up ma tiuu win uo lurnaiuoii.
Address T. 8. Arthar fc CO.. .'
No. 107 Walnut Street, FhVa.
R. H. MILLER & CO.,
Wbolnal and Retail Drakrt In '
CHINA, GL.AN3 AND KAIIYIIENVTARE,
No 34, Main Slraai, twlwnn CbeHial and Pine.
rpHE lUbMrllwrs have now In Store an lo arrive for Bprinf
a Mien, une i nnuinnn rnif ana tiiM m
EARTHENWARE AND CHINA. '
Comprtaln all varieties and qualliln necMury la make op the
rami complete aoorloienl aver offered lor sals In tills market,
fit! i .
CC. Blue r-dfd Dipt, Painted. Primed, Palnted-Plowa-
Olueand MSIberrrr rrinieo-iiown-iHu ana muinerry, van
ton lilue. finer Luttra and While Granite, Earthenware, In
all Ihelr vertf ly of style and pelternl Plain While Knainrlled,
Uiue-Haleed-Sleureu, Xiaetre-naieee-erisureu ana uoia jeni,
Kofllih thine, Tea Belts, Teas, Plates, Sic, as., Of snllfely
new ehanee nnd nallerae.
iifery variety of Plain, Preeeed and Cut Oleeewal of Amen
Iran, (fcmiern and Western,) f ranch and Bultsmlaa waanatci-
are, at reduced prices.
Teas, CnAoee, Tens and Dinner Helte, Slnte, Coopn, Tiere,
tc, L.t oi every aeecnpuuu. sanry Anwtee, oi an ainae
Esflleh T. D. Pipes, tnd American Pip Head. Wallers,
Tea Trays, of cleKanl deeisne, or our owu Importation, war
ranredeuuai lo anv In the market. ..
flUI TA.NMA WAKE, of every description, from the aele
lireted menufeetorv of Oleasnn tt lum liorrheeier. Mueachu-
eetu, at low prlcee. We alio offer a full Mock ol Uoode for
IhaelANTA I'kl MARKET) to which Ihe attention of the
Marehiinu rneaeed In loet rrede II DSrltoalarlr Invited. . Ai-
eorlrd Crates fur Ihe Country Tride, packed In Ihe best winner
always on band. Our packirs hive many years eiperlence)
aud put up soodi la a nnir Ml iiea any wnere, ae our nu
rueruui cuLuiieii uilMiily. - wcl)10-Jt.
WEBSTER, MARSH Si CO., '
L Wholesale Clofbiera, t
Mo. W, Main Sir ret St. Lonii, Mo,' .. '
ARE now recelvlne a llree Mock of PatihlnrlaM Cl
thlno: fir Ihe Spring Trad which we oder to sell for
Ch or on time, low ai any hoaai In thli eliy. We invli
purclawaia in oall and aiamlns our Block as we are determined
Leree eaeurVaeiU of. Bdfm' Clothlkg, and of If nrnlsh
lsa uotMta, alwaribn band. .
uichlu-y3a. WEBSTER, HARSH a CO.
iiweEfall's Spring Btyls of Hats.
.. . ' . WboleaaJa and Renll. If and It, Market Bu . ." '
t, . . BT.LOUW.MO.
TN iatradiclai enr Bivla of Hits for the Unrini of 1H5S
I would art enpeclal allaallaa ea toe eoanblnellul Itpreeenu
of the noe Important requlaltei of a aitlclsnf drejea, haauly
an atliny. It ii iint, yet elronii oi correct proportion, ana
at lh sum Urn Ally edipled fer a ramnier hat. In Ilia roliiu
factui of Ha la, my motto la ''Exoelelor. Tha iklieet mi.
tar lal and t beet wntkmoaeeilp, united wltk tbe moet mirlif
vlfllanc ofvpervlelaoefaanat fall la praduca a bal worthy ot
I bav a anM aeaamsjenl nf lb Inaet foods tn my line, enta
manda, either' wholesale or retail, of a eoruraunliy now rapidly
prl etna al tnat la nrw, rkb and faebioaebl la
uaw aid rajiajna woooi, oepeeiauy iMenaaei to i
idvinchig la weilth an 4 refinement, and tboaa artlaclal winti
bit follow. At iheHm lime i aae eel I lb staple, Midi ml tba
1rede u low ai aa iibe la ItU'Laald.
I reepeatraiirlavies a pereonal luepection or mv awn.
11 and Ua ,anat ot., .st nnas to anaia-'
... .... y . M j Trv"t" 6 -"ey"
. Arthur's Homo lUagaxine.
The cheapest and the best yet -offered I
Eighty pages per month of choice reading
matter for $2 a year, or in clubs of four at
only $1 25 per annum. '
: The "home magazine was commenced
October 1S52: the editor is T. S. Artuir,
in whose hands is the entire editorial charge
of the work. A new novellette from his
pen was commenced in the first number,
entitled "the old mam bride."
This story is continued through the first
four numbers of the magazine, from Octo
ber to January. With the February num
ber another new story by Mr. Arthur, enti
tled "sparing to spend ; or, the loftons and
the pinkertons," will be commenced, to be
continued during several months. Thus,
in the first volume of the home magazine,
two nouvellettes by the editor will be pub
lished. As only a limited edition of the
first numbers of the magazine was printed,
those wishing "the old man's bride" must
send in their subscriptions early, .
fjCpIa order to prevent misapprehension
on the part of the public, we will here state
that the home magazine is a monthly issue
of the home gazette, and contains the best
articles that appear therein, thus fixing in
permanent shape and for ciiculation in new
channels, literary matter 1rom the pens of
many of the ablest writers in the country.
It is from this cause that the publishers are
uble, in the outset, to furnish the work at 59
low a rote.
, IMPORTERS AND MAHHPACTUREHS OT , . ' ,
ftuttdlery .and tcatlA.-ILuruirii-e,
' Wl.ii.l- a.. I.Ik . ' ' r
,., I I I WttASMOSJ, .llUIUUUJBi , ;
jVA. 11, Nortu -Main Street 8t. Uouts.
rnHF.lR ii wIi in aJi branches, for sprint: skies' wll
JL be larce and vary eoatlte, h tlieir (lock of Ohio
te,amelU! 'i a.il :. I ' 1 '"
8H.UlTmO,HAllNE8a AND BRIDLE LEATHER,
. :o v'i' ; 'Carinoi D eurpasseo, '..
Tfcedr vadiiirl moot eeaeotfully invite) all buters'to
tif e ineio a eall, assnnng mam tnat no paina win urn
aparaoi to gtv satufattlon In very partlt alar. " , '
TabM-taso i .M.Maa '"-i 1 ' '". ;0
. tt, , mVV.) fi l. I PiW A N T
il: n t
l;'nVr0. fvrC f vaJ
r M m .1 h.lf . a . , u a ' m ! ,1 .'.,1 a
. ! in lllUViirvuiecvi i
Particular nUenfaft 'pii3 hHsidsa if ttU
.. Tr-w-r mm - lul jVN, w .
terms or Arthur's, home maoazixc
To those who desire to recieve the Home
Magazine by mail, we offer it, at the folow-
ing extraordinary low club prices s
One copy one year, ' '
Two copies one year,' ( , ; t '
Three eppies one year,' . . ,
Four copies one year,
Eight copies one year, ' - - ' -
Twelve copies one year,, r , ,, -
Where a club of twelve subscribers send
ns fifteen dollars', a copy extra will be fur
nished to .the agent orgetter-up of the club,
or to any address he may designate. At
these terms, the "home hiagazine" will be,
for the amount of choice reading matter
furnished,, the cheapest monthly publication
in the United States.;; , , t , ;. ;H
For three' dollars, a copy, eaoh of the
"Home Gazette"1 and "Home1 Magazine'!
will be sent one ''year.,'" ; , iK..'t PV,V
' In making up clubs, it may frequently be
desirable to unite in' a single' club both
"home rnactazineand "home trazette" auh.
Uribers, . - This' can be done by always ma
king the club price t!te magazine subscri
ber one dollar tw'ejnty:five coats, no matter
what tlte size of the -club may be. The
extra copy; to the'getter-up of the club, In
all such cases, "r;anbV the gazette or maga
zine, at the option-of the party who is to
iceiy)-; '.w",V-i.'.,:,v- J.',: i ' w- ': "' .'
paia quarterly ' " yeany in ajvance, IS
cents for the whole year." :! ',' v , .' .
V Address, 4 J f ; SvnTHun u co."
0d,i.l0.rU Hinu r4re)et,f
M .h - I ."i -i - Pfcil'tlbhtu-1
invri;;.e.' . m A
"flnrtava Lfitr1 iRnAlr.L ', i mil
The, pioneer magazine. .NeT'-Toii'hTe,
xlvl.' . puerary anq picioriaijTiDerDoott- i-
the Nation aRd Airla Union,,; p;- America 11 '
Immense Increase ofVettdjiw matter' with
out reducing the number of full page teel
engraving;. - It is vise toss for the publisher' bfGodey't
Lady's Book to moke any great parld off
what he intends to ' net ' 1 tie woric nas
been before the public for' twenty-lb ree'
years, and it. is a'vvell-known fact thai th
latter numbers of a year are ai ways soperl
or to the commencing ones, as he improves j
with the expense with which each month-
brings him.seizirig every new feature of the'
day aad imparling it to hie subscribers'
through the successive numbers of the book
Nothing but real worth irr a publicatiotr
could be the cause of so prolonged an exli--tence,
especially in the. literary world,,
where everything is so evanescent. Huri
dreds of magazines have been started, and,
after a short life, have departed where
the '"Lady's Book" alone stands trlucnDh-
ant, a proud' monument reared by the La
dies of America as a testimony of their
own worth. ' !r
Many persons, who seek no further than
our title, presume that the "Lady's Book"
is intended merely for the amusement of a
class, and, that it does not enter into tha
discussion of those to ore important -qnaew
tions connected with the realities and the
duties of hie which every welWnformtdl
woman, mother ond daughter, should be
acquainted with. But such b not the fact..
It is now, as it has ever been, our constanV
care to comline, in the pages of the "La- -dy's
IJook," whatever is useful, whatever is.
pure, dignified, and virtuous ia sentiment,,
with whatever may afford rational and in
nocent amusement. .- .... ,, .
The expense of one number of the "La.
dy's Book," including steel enijravine and
iiientrv muiicr, paia lor, not taken from K,
English macazines, far exceeds that of an v
other magazine published in this countr.
We make no exception, and are willimr to
have the facl tested. '- '
Godey's splendid encravincrs on te1. .
r . . 0 . a --
ivememoer. mat Uodey civea more than '
four times as many steel engravings molnh
ly as any other magazine.. It is the fashion
with many magazines to announce in their
advertisements, "splendid enffravinirs.' faah-
ion plates," &c What is the disaDDoint-
ment of the duped subscriber when he re
Iceives the numbers of a magazine thus ad
vertised, to hnd his fine engravings are but
common wood-cuts as poor in deiign : as
in execution! ; ,, . :;
The publisher of the "lady' boon"
performs all he promises; and, as somt
of our exchanges are kind enough to
say, "more than he promises." Each '
number of the "lady's book" contains'
at least three engravings'' from steel'
plates, engraved by : the best artists,,
either in line, stipple; or mezzotint, and ,
sometimes four. ' ' , . .
Godey's reliablo fashion plates ar:
published monthly, and, are considered
the only really valuable fashion ;platcs
that are published. .Thcv have been.
the standard for over twenty7 two years,
in addition to the above, everymonth
selections from the following are given;
with simple directions that all may un
derstand: . .;,.j j. ; ; t,!:i-.. .-,('.
Undoubted receipts, model cottages '
model cottage' furniture,1 patterflsffot'i; ,
window curtains, rntisicaochet w6rjc,'j ',
knitting; "netting, patchwork,' crochet .1
flower work, hair braiding ribbotiwork,','
chenille work, lace collar workchll-
dren's and infant's ciothes, " capes,'
caps, chemisettes in fine, everythinff'':'
that can interest a lady will find' itai
appropriate place in lier owa book.-t'!
TERMS CASH IN.ApVANpE-POSTAXSB PAID. .
One copy one year, $3 two copiei
one year,; $5; five .copies ona.i year,-,
$10, and an extra 'opy to .tha person
sending' the "club ; ten monies ona 'vear. -
,no ,can..aiways supply back nurri'
. . , Re ll Chlstnut 'Streat,
! ' Fbuedelpku