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HEALTH FOR TfiB STATES ! !!
JXTIU0RD1NARY CURKOF LOSS OF HEALTH.
DISOUDERED STOMACH, INDIGESTION AND
DETERMINATION OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD.
Copy of Utter from Mr.Jvh Lloyd, ef Eru-ynn,iar
To Professor Hollow;
Sir I avail myself jf lb first opportunity of inform
Ing you, that for a vrrjr lone period I waa afflicted with
a dii.tcroui giddlona and liequent swimmings in the
h ad, attended by Ion of appetite, disordered stomach,
and generally impaired healths Every me am had
failed to give m any permanent relief, and at le ngtli I
became ao alarming that 1 waa really afraid of going
about without an attendant In this melancholy con
dition I waid personally upon Mr. Hughes, Chemist,
Harlech, for the purpose of consulting him aa to what
I had bettrr do ; ha kindly recommended your Pills, I
Hied then without delay) and after taking them for a
short tioe 1 am happyito bear testimony to their won
derful efficacy, l am mw restored to peifect health,
and mabled to resunw my usual duties. You are at
libe'ty to publish thea Utter in any way you may think
prrper. Xian, Sir, your obedient Servant,
June 6th, 1852. (Signed) JOHN LLOYD.
MIRACULOUS CURE OF DROPSY.
Extract ofaIttirfrm Edwari ifowrry, Etq., of India
Walk, Tobago, doled April 81, mi.
To Professor Hollowavi
Da a a 8i I deem it a duty I owe to you and tht
public at Urge, to inform you of a most miraculous re
covery from that dreadful disaaaa, Daorsv, and which,
trader God. waa effected by your invaluable Pills. I
waa tapped Ave times within tight months, and skil
fully treated by two medical practitioneia, but could
nit get cured, until I had recourse to your remedy, and
notwithstanding all 1 had undergone, this miraculous
medicine cured me in the course of six weeks.
INFALLIBLE CURE OF A STOMACH COM
PLAINT, WITH INDIGESTION AND. MOLENT
Extract of a Lttlir from Mr. S. Geiwa, Oumitt, of
cition, near vruioi, auira jmy wn, inn.
To Professor IIUlloway:
Dear Sir I am requested by a Lady named Thom
as, just arrived from ttie West Indies, to acquaint you
that for- period of eight years, heiself and liinily suf
fered from oontiuual bad health, arising from disorders
of the liver and atomach, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite,
violent Head-achea, paina in the side, weakness and
general dobilily, for which she consulted the inoit ele
ment men in the colony, but without any beneficial re
sult; at last she had recourse to your invaluable Pills,
which in a very short time effected so great a chaiige
for the better, that she continued thfm, and the whute
family were restoied to health and strength. Further,
aho desires roe to sav, that she baa witnessed their ex
traordinary virtues iu those complaints incidental to
children, particularly iu cfe. ,pf Measles and Scarlati
na, having effected positive cures ol thee e disaeae with
no other i tmedy. (Signed) S. GOWEN.
Thai ahbrattd Pilli an wonderfully rjficaciou in. the
Ague Dropy Inflammation
Sore Throats Asthma Dysentery
Jaundice Stone acd Gravel lUlioua Com,
Erysipelas Liver Complaints plaints
Secondary By tup- Blotches on the Female Irregular-
toms akin itioa
Lumbago Tic Douloureux. Bowel Cora
Fevera of all kinds Piles plaints
Tumours Ulcers Colic
Rheumatism Venereal AfTec Constipation of
Fill lions the liuwels
Gout . Retention of U- Worms of all
Weakness,' from rine kind
whatever causa Consumption Head-sob
Scrofula or King's Debility Indigestion
Evil etc. fcc.
Sold at th astablishment of Professor Hollowat,
44, Strand, (near Temple Bar.) London, and by all
vendor of Medicine throughout the United States, in
Vox at S7,c, 87c, and $1.50c. each. Wholesale by
th principal Dmg fhousea in th Union, and ' by
Mmn. A. B. avD. Sands, New York
KfTbei is a considerable saving by. taking th
ji. B. Directions for th guidance of patient in eve
ry disorder art affixed to each box. .
HARLEI O MARTIN.
"X. . MARTIN.
No 118 Main F
No. 113 Broadw
We arc now manufacturing th ud most
eomptete STOCKjof 8RRING CLOTHING ever-offered
to the Public and by the first of March will have
it' completed. Our FALL SALES so far exceeded
. our expectationa, that w were entirely out of goods,
and wore compelled to disappoint hundreds of custo
mers. But forth approaching season we. shall en
deavor to manufacture a stock that will aupply all who
favor hs with. their patronage.. It ia useless-to beast
of great bargains, as it ia a fact acknowledged by
all who hav purchased of us, that we can and do sell
clothing that pays them better and sella off cleaner
than those pnrcbased at any other house. ,
CeUl.akBMl w will shew rem tfcroul with pleas
ure.' CI" Motto Large 8alea and small profits.
; . MARTI21 & BROTHER,
go. 113 Broadway ) Ne..M MaiasUeet,
... Nw York, j I St. Uuts.
. JJ- gee terms of Daily ai tH Tad 0 the
first ooluoua w third- ''
Notice to C6ttatrrli4t?rttaJuitBi;'
WOODMAJYS CELEB JIA TED SOAP.
a 1MB eataertket art sow veperea u .leeet oreere for thla
a.., ih. ahor, ' "7 a.".
Tl lhna ah ... .. ...
, " -"-M--.-M wun 1 pronertiee. w will
ewwi, ear that by (Win It e rerer,ce ovar Vrtlaary np.,
. "" "' w ewai ueer, aa at Mw
Prloted direction foraae arrompanylns eack Mktr.
AddreM WOOHMAN 4: rl;i.LVR,
. . No. kt. Chaile stretl, inr Tblri,
St- Louts, Mo.
ST. LOUIS. MISSOtTHI.
Commission and Forwarding House.
JOItfH atOORIDOX. rSAKCIS MCrAOt.
Mogrldgo & McFaul,
(Late Twichell It Mogridge,)
Corner Commercial and Pin street . St. Louie.
CONSIGNMEN Sand Commissions will meet with
prompt and personal attention, and liberal rat
advance will be given on Consignments or Bills of
leaning n nana.
The forwarding and receiving of merchandise and
firoduc will meet with especial care and dispatch) the
sweat rates of freight will always bs procured, and
in expense ol storage and drayag as much as possl
Orders for purchasing filled at th shortest notice
snd lowest market prices.
J. 4 E. Walsh,
Paee k. Bacon.
Charless, Blow fc Co., ) St. Leuis.
Choteau . Valle,
Doan, King k. Co.
mow x Marcn, l
Froat k. Forrest, New York.
Charles A. Meig,
T. C. Twichell k. Co., New Orleans.
We have an onen nolle v of Insurance, which will
cover all shiDments to our address, when advised by
letter per mail, or when endorseil on diiis oi laoing
oelore, or st the time of shipment.
M0GH1D t j It McF
St. Louis, Jan. 29, 1853. Ieb3y
SAMUEL STILLWEI.L, 1853
No. 53 Olive-st., bet. Second 8t Third,
St. Louis, Mo,
Pure Alcohol and Pure Spirits of anj
proof required. Also Spirit Gss, Phosgen Gas.
Chemical oil and camnhene, warranted of a superior
quaiii v, ami lor sal on reasonable terms.
It. II. MILLER & CO.,
Whnlmln tnit Retull Prsleni In
CHINA, AND KAKTIIENtTARE,
Nn 34, Main Hircel, between Chcinut and Pine,
rri H E ubacrlbera liave now In Hiiro and lo trrlve lor Bprlni
vales, vine ritnmnna vrntee ann unaai ni
KABTHtNWAHE AND CHINA,
Comprlelns all varleliea and quallilea aeeeMry to mike tip tbe
im)i couiuleta aNorinient ever orTered for aal In lun inarkal,
C. C. Illue fi1fit Dipt, Fainted, rrtniod, Palnled-Flowa-
Illue and aiuiirry, frluled-r lown-Biu,- aiiu.iltiuiMrrr, can
ton Ulue, Funcjr 1. ultra and White Uraiilta, Earthenware, In
all their variety of slyla and jpatlernl Plain White Enamelled,
Alue-Ualeri-r'iKreri, Luatre-IUiufd-Firilred and Gold Dand,
Cnitliili China, Tea kV-tia, Teaa, Plalaa. Ac, fcc, of entirely
new shnoee nml tmlterna.
Kvery variety of Plnin, Preaeed and Cut Glanwara of Amer
ican, o-aitern ana wern,) t rencn ana uonauiiaa tuauuiaci
lire, at reduced prices.
r FRENCH CHINA
Teae, Coffeaa, Teaa and Dinner Belli, Mnft, Cslnfnes, Vaiea,
a.c, at., or every deacriptiou. raury Aiticiaa, 01 an atuua,
Kuill.li T. D. Pipes, and American Pine Headi. Wallers,
Tea Traya, nf elegit deilirnt, of our own loiporiallona, war
rnnied equal to any In the market.
IIHITANNIA vv ARE., uf every deacrlption, from the cele
brated manufactory of Uleaaon at Sona, Dorcheater, Maaaachn.
aetta, at low prteee. We alao otfer a full aiock of Gooda for
the SANTA rK MARKF.Tl to which the attention of the
klerchnnta eniated in that trde la particularly Invited. Aa-
ruled Crates fur Itik Osuntry Trade, packed In tbe beat manner
alwaya on baud. Oaf packers have mniifi years eiperlenee,
and put upgiHHia in a manner aotaiceuca pnywnare, aa ourau
uieruua cuatuiners can teatil'y. ncblu-lt.
WEBSTER; MARSH & CO.,
No. CD, Mala Street St. Louis, Mo.,
A kE now race! viae: a larra stock ef Fatahlonatilo C'lo-
XV thing for lb Sprln Trade, wblcb w oner toaellfor
Caab, or on tune, aa low aa any boeea In Ihla city. Wa Invite
purcbaaan to call an alanine our a toe a aa we are seiermiuea
oat in be anaaraoia.
Larn eaaoniaent of Bop OUtklatg, aal of Farsilah'
inat OoaMla, always on naaa
VTEBSTER, MARSH k CO.
McNeil's Spring Btyle of Hats.
Wholesale aud Raiall. IT and IB, Market Su
BT. LOUI8. II O.
N Introduelnf any Style of Haia for tba Rpring at 1HS3 I
woeld aak eepaclal aitanllon to the combination It preeente
of the bmoi Important requiaiias of an artiale of dreaa, beamy
anaVuvllliyi It la liht, yal alroail of correct proportion, and
at th same time Ally adapted far a eumraer hat In Ilia manu
faetiMe of Hats, my motto la "Kxeclalor." The rlcbeai ma
iMiaJ aarl.tha beat wnrkmenehlp, untied wllk the moat untirliii
vigilance of auparvlaioo.cauanl fall lo produce a bat worthy of
I ...,. a,i uauimni nf the Saeat eooda Is any line, con'
prieinf all that to new, rich and fashlouabla lu Han, Cape,
Straw and Panama Goods, especially intended to meet tba do
maada, either wholcaale or retail, of a community now rapidly
advancing In wealth and refinement, and thoee artificial wanta
that follow. At th earns lima I can aell the staple gooda of Ibe
trade aa low as any other la St. umim.
I reepeetfallp ievlla a pereoual tnspw.ilon ef atnrk.
medio In JUHN UcKklL,
17 and It, Market St., next bouae to Main
WDEN & WILSON,
IMPORTERS AND M ANUPACTUBEB8 OP
Saddlery and Coach Hardware,
Carriage Trimmings, &c.
Ka. ii. worth Main street lit. Louis.
mucin .!, ir in all branches, for spring sales wil
X be large and very complete, and their atook of Ohio
tannen . ,.m nniniutviTura
SKIRTING, HAH 'WS nnv ckiulu iiMnr-i
.annul do Duruaiicu.
rpl-w wmM mnit reineclfuliv invite all buyers to
'"J " . r-;. ... i.
elv them a call, aaaunng mem mat no peina win uv
O . . : ;..e..li. In r narli. liter.
sparea to gtva auia."M r
R. W. O L I P II A N T,
JVo. 16, St. Charles t,9
ST. LOXJ IS, MO.,
Particular attention paid to Aisuua of tht
' ov2T-ly .....
titled "sparing to-spend; or, -the loftons
and th p'mkertons,". in whkh tht' wisdom
of true economy in all persona! and do
mestic relations 'will be set forth and prac
tically illustrated in the author's peculiar
' As heretofore, the original contributors
to the "Home Gazette" will be among the
best writers of our country
TERMS, IX ADVANCE.
One copy, per annum, - - $ 2
Two copies, per annum, 3
Four, ... . . g
Eight, (andonfltotiiegetler-upof the club,) 10
Thirteen copies, per annum, " " 15
Twenty, " 20
fjQ'Thus it will be seen, that where a
club of twenty unite and take the "Home
Gazette," the price paid by each subscriber
will only be a year, while the getter-up
of the club will receive a copy in addition
for his trouble. CO" Postmasters and oth
ers who wish to make up clubs of twenty
of one dollar each, can, in order to facilitate
the reception of the paper by those who
first enter the club, send $10 for ten copies,
and the remaining $10 when the club ii
full, at which time the extra copy for get
ting up the club will be forwarded.
Atjdress T. S. Arthur It CO.,
No. 107 Walnut Street, Phi's.
Arthur's Home Magazine.
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 1S32: the editor is T, S. Arthur,
in whose hands is the entire editorial charge
of the work. A new noveilette from his
pen was commenced in the first number,
entitled "the old mans 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 ot the magazine was printed,
those wishing "the old man's bride" must
send in their subscriptions early.
fX7"in order to prevent misapprehension
on the part of the public, we will here stute
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 ciiculnlion in new
channels, literary matter Irom the pens of
mnny of the ablest writers in the country.
It is from this cause that the publishers are
able, in the outset, to furnish the work at so
low a rate.
terns or Arthur's home maoazi(e.
To those who desire to recieve the Home
Magnzine by mail, we offer it at the folow
ing extraordinary low club prices :
One oopy one year, . - $2
Two copies one year, ... 3
lliree copies one year, 4
Four copie one year, ... 5
Eight copies one year, ... 10
Twelve copies one year, ... 15
Where a club of twelve subscribers send
us fifteen dollars, a copy extra will be fur
nished to the agent or getter-up of the club
or to any address he may designate. At
these terms, the "home magazine" will be,
for the amount of choice reading matter
lurnished, the cheapest monthly publication
in the united otates.
For three dollars, a copy each of the
"Home Oazette" and "Home Magazine
will be sent one year.
In making up clubs, it may frequently be
J ! LI- . " " ... , . , I , ..
uesiiuuio to unite in a single ciuo both
"home inapazine" and t'hnms aaMttn" anh.
scribers, This can be done by always ma
king the club price to the magazine subscri
ber one dollar twenty-five cents, no matter
what the ante ot the oiuu may bo. The
extra copy to the getter-up of the club, in
an suoit cases, can be the e&zette or maea.
line, at the option of the party who is to
Postage on. ArthurU Home Magazine.- If
pam quarterly or yeany in aJvance. 18
cents tor me whole year.
Aaaress, T. S. ARTHUR lb CO.,
No. 107 Walnut Street,
Crodey"! LafiyTi Book 1 :
The pioneer magazine.'1 New .volume.'
xlvi. : Literary and pictorial Uhe book -of
the Nation and Arts Union of America It
Immense increase of reading matter with- -out
reducing. tht number of full pags Steel
It is useless for the publisher of Qodey's '
Lady's Book to make any great parad of!
what he intends to do. The work has
been before the public for 'twentyathree'
years, and it is a well-known fact that the
latter numbers of a year are always superi
or to the commencing ones, as heimproves
with the expense with which each month
brings him, seizing every new feature of the
day and imparting it to his subscribers'
through the successive numbers of the book.
Nothing but real worth in a publication
could be the cause of so prolonged an exis- -tence,
especially in the literary world,
where everything is so evanescent. , Hun
dreds of magazines have been started, and, .
after a short life, have departed where
the "Lady's Book" alone stands triumph
ant, a proud monument reared by the La--dies
of America as a testimony of their -own
Many persons, who 6eek no further than
our title, presume that the "Lady's Book"
is intended merely for the amusement of a
clnss, and that it does not enter into the
discussion of those' more important ques--tions
connected with the realities and the
duties of life which every well-informed'
woman, mother and daughter, should be
acquainted with. But such Is not the fact.
It is now, as it has ever been, our constant
care to combine, in the pages of the "La
dy's Book," whatever is useful, whatever is
pure, dignified, and virtuous in sentiment,
with whatever ma) afford rational and in
The expense of one number of the "La-
jdy's Book," including steel engraving and
iiierui v muiier, puiu lor, noi laiten irom
English magazines, far exceeds that of any
other magazine published in this country.
We make no exception, and are willing to
have the fact tested.
Godey's splendid engravings on steel.
uemember that Uorley gives more than
four times as many steel engravings motnh
ly us any other magazine. It is the fashion
with many magazines to announce in their
advertisements, "splendid engravings, fash
ion plates," &c. What is the disappoint
ment of the duped subscriber when he re
ceives the numbers of a magazine thus ad
vertised, to lind his fine engravings ore but
common wood-cuts as poor in design as
The publisher of the "lady's Look"
performs all he promises, and, as som
of our exchanges are kind enough . to
say, ,"more than her promises." ' Each
number of the "lady's bdok" contain
at least three engravings from steel
plates, engraved by the best artists,
either in line, stipple, or mezzotint, and
Godey's reliable fashion plates ar
published monthly, and are considered
the only really valuable fashion plates
that are published. Thoy have been
the standard for over twenty-two years,
in addition to the above, every month
selections from the following are giveny
with simple directions that all may un
Undoubted receipts, model cottages'
model cottage furniture, patterns for
window curtains, music, crochet work,
knitting, netting, patchwork, crochet,
flower work, hair hraidi
, i - or ..win,,
chemllo work, lace collar work, chil
dren's and infant's clothes, capes
caps, chemisettes in fine, everything
that can interest a lady will find' ittC
appropriate place i her own book.
TERMS CASH IN ADVANCE POSTAGE PAID..
One c.opy one year. $3 : two conies
one year, $5; five copies one year
$10, and an extra copy to the person
v'"u' vuywa one year,!.
$16; thirteen copies one year.; $20.'
We can, always supply back rim-
Ne lU Cbestnut Streajt,