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Great, Central Ilailroad.I.ine!
CANADA RAILWAY OPENED 'FROM Detroit to Ngara Falls 1 Forming a direct and connected lino of Railroad from Alton, via Chicago, Detroit, Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Passenger.Vgoir.g east cacnow take the new hort route, avoiding the many annoyance? they have been subjected to in taking the South Shore Road around Lake Erie. The distance saved, the easy grades, and the large amont of Air Line, make it the most desirable route to Niagara x alu, iJuna- lo, Albany, New York and Boston. . t. ' l3t. -Morning Packet wiil leave St. Louis dai ly (Sundays excepted,) from the foot of Wash inurton Avenue,at7 o'clock, a. m. train for Chicasro. " 2d.- Evening . Packet will leave at 4 o'clock, p.m., (Sundays exceptedjconnectmg at Alton with the U o'clock v. m. train tor Chicago, De troit, and all eastern cities, via the , GREAT WESTERN RAILROAD. TIME FROM ST. LOUIS TO NEW YORK, 47 HOUR?! Passencrers bv the Great Central Route will take one of the Passenger Packets from St. Louis to Alton; at Alton the Chicago and Mississippi Railroad to Bloomington; at Bloomington. tlie Illinois Central Railroad to Lasalle; atLasalle the Chicago and Aurora Railroad.to Chicago; at Chicago the Michigan Central Railroad toDe troit;at Detroit the Great Western Railroad to Iiagara Falls; at .Niagara t alls the Jew York Central Railroad to Isew York and Boston. 1st. Cincinnati Express at 5 a. m. (except San day.; 2d. Morning Express at 5.45 a. m. (except Sun day,) Connecting with Great Western Rail way, arriving at ruacara rails atoA. m. next moruing Albany at 3.15, and New York at v.io at night. 3d. Steamboat Express at 12.30 Noon, (except hunday,) Connecting with the .North ohore Line of Steamers at Detroit, at 10.15 p. m. Ar riving in Buffalo to connect with the 5 -p. m. . next afternoon Albany at 4.30 in the morning - and New York at U.35. Also, with Steamers for Cleaveland, thence by Railroad to Pitts- , burgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Dunkirk and BuiFalo. 4th. Night Express at 7.15 p. m. (except Satur day) Connecting direct through by Railroad arriving at Niagara Falls at 5 p. m. next day - Albany at 4.30 in the morning, New York at 9.35. Also, with Steamer for Sandusky, thence" by Railroad to Mansfield, Newark, . Zanesvi He, Columbia, Pittsburgh, Philadel : phia, Baltimore and Washington City. Connecting at Detroit with morning express for Niagara Falls, arriving in Buffalo same eve ning, and New York next morning. Also at De troit with the new, magnificent low-pressure fcleamers. PLYMOTII ROCK, Capt. Willoughby, WESTERN WORLD, Capt. Stannard, MAY FLOWER, Capt. Hudson, Will run daily between Detroit and Buffalo on the north shore of Lake Erie, and through with out landing. . These splendid boats are unequalled for their size, magnificence and speed by any steamers in lh world. Lines of first-cla3s, low-pressure boats also run daily between Detroit and Cleaveland, Detroit and Sindusky, Detroit and Sault Ste. Marie and Lake Superior. N. B. Passengers by this line on arriving at Detroit, and going farther East, have the liberty of taking the boats or the G. W. (Canada) Rail Road at their option. Morning train from Chi cago connects at Michigan City with N. A. & S. Railroad, Lafayette, IndianopHis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Dayton, Belfontame, Columbus, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. g". Passengers taking this route will find new and commodious cars, gentlemanly conductors, and attentive baggage masters. 3?" Baggage checked from Chicago to Niag ara Falls, without Exchange of Checks. , J. ,. , ... 1 1. 11 rr? of the Michigan Central Railroad Company, No. 27 Fourth Street, opposite Planters' House And from J. B. Carson, No. 28 Levee, or 5( Commercial Street, and from the Agents at the Packet, and at the Book Store of Messrs. Kellen berger &. Atwood, Third street, Alton, and from R. Brower, Springfield, Illinois, G. D. SIBLEY, Ag't M. C. R. R. September 1854. ly AND PAFEn WAREHOUSE, ESTABLISHED A. D 1840 A. P. LADEW & CO., TYPE FOUNDERS & DEALERS IN PA per 31 &. 33 Locust street, St. Louis, Mo., Press Depot Shark Alley, Call the attention of Printers and Publishers to their Establish ment, where will be four.d every variety of Type, Paper, Ink, Printing Presses, Rule, Bor ders, Fiowers, and every other article used in a Printing Office. A. PT L. &. Co., have lately made additions to their former assortment of Book and News- faper Type, of . Matrices' imported from Scot and, and have now a complete series. Also, a new series of German Faces. They are also the authorized agents of the principal Type Foundries in the United States, and are prepared to fill orders selected from any specimen at Eastern prices. They keep always on hand a large supply of News and Book Printing Paper; also, Cap, Let ter, Colored, and Manilla Papers, Cards and Card Boards, all of which will be sold on the most reasonable term;. Orders for Stereotyping and Engraving will be promptly executed. Editors or Pi inters wishing to establish a Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be fur nished with an estimate in detail for the same, by stating the size of the paper, or the particu lar style and quantity of work to be executed. Wood Tye, a large assortment always on hand. 30Iu Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cents per pound. N. B. Sorts supplied to all founts cast at this establishment at Specimen prices. THOMAS CBEY- EDWARD BOYLE GRET & BOYLE, BOILER MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS, AND SHEET IRON WORKERS, (Maia " Street, between Carr and Cherry,) St. Jsouis, 7Io. HAVING gone to a very great expense to erect machinery for blacksmiths, making boilers, and sheet iron work, on the most ap proved Eastern plan, we are now prepared to furnish everything belonging to our business ten per cent cheaper than any other establish ment in the Western country. All who are in want of anything in our"line of business, will find it to their advantage to give us a call be fore purchasing elsewhere. Repairing done at the shortest notice. Always ou hand a variety of second-hand boilers. N. B. Railroad axles, bridge work and every description of blacksmithing done on short no tice and accomodating terms. Dr. Hooper's Female Cordial. Avaluble remedy for suppression of the Men ses whites, painful menstruation, importer cy or barrenness, sallow complexion, headache, dizziness, weakness of nerves, and 11 diseases which arise from the most perfect, safe, and in fallible remedy for the cure of all those diseases of females arising from weakness of debility, and obstruction in the sexual organs, such as ir regular or suppression of the menses, flour abus or whites, falling of the womb, headache, frightful dreams, &c., caused by eolds, checked perspiration, excesses, over excitement, tc, is .. dr. hooper's female cordial. Several ladies in the city who have suffered for many years with the above complaints and have employed our most eminent physicians without success, have used Dr. Hooper's Female Cordial and have been speedily and permanently cured by its 'use. If there are sufferers in St, Louis, they can rely upon Dr.. Hooper's Female Cor dial as a sfe pleasant and eixectual remedy. . Price $1 per bottle, -or six bottlas for 5. Nor sale at Dr. Easterly's female midi cine store, corner third and cbetinut streets, St. Lou Us Mo. -. ':Misf onri'Stcam'Planiiig. Mill. Builders War erooms Sash, Door 'and ; JUind-Factory Mill andlAimler Yard, Corner of Walmd $' 9lh streets, St.' Louis. WE have erected a large steam'mill for the purpose of manufacturing and keeping w hand an .assortment of doors, sash, blinds, mantels, base, shelving. for stores, palings for feaces, weitherboarding, flooring, and every kind of caipenter work suitable for steamboats and buildings. Uoards and planks planed on both sides to any thickness requiied. Resplit tinr. ripping, scroll and circular-sawinc. blow ing, relating; also mouldings of very variety of pattern prepared at short notice. .-Being practical builders, employing none but experienced workmen, we are prepared to 'fur nish woric as low as any establishment m the West. Uur work is all made of seasoned lum-? ber, and warranted equal to that made by hand. Considering the low rates of freight, carpen ters ana otners aoout io erect ouiiuings on we lines of railroad running into St. Louis, or on the Missouri or Mississippi rivers, will find it to their interest to purchase all their work and lumber from us. We have a printed bill of prices which we will send to persons who may wish one. fjJ"All orders will receive prompt aLi.ciii.iuii. x cj ui& vttii. sep 15 SAWYER & McILVAIN. 1S54. s Missouri River. 1S54. REGULAR TUESDAY PACKET. The new. fast and splendid- passen ger bteamer Admiral, Chas. K. Baker, Master, will leave St. Louis on every alternate Tuesday, in place of the J. H. "Lucas, for Lexington, Kansas, Weston and St. Joseph. The Admiral is almost entirely new, having been built late last fall, and is superbly fitted up with) every modern improvement, and for comfort, safetv and convenience is unsurpassed. No effort sIiaiL be wanting on the part of the officers of the Admiral to render every attention to passengers and shippers that can be desired. All order from our friends promptly attended to. CHAS. K. BAKER, Master. Robt. Darst, Stanley Ryland, Clerks. Edwards & Buslinell. BOOKSELLERS & STATION ers, 124, Fourth Street, St. Louis, Mo., Constantly on hand the most complete assortment of School, Classical, Med ical and Miscellaneous books and stationery of every variety at the lowest possible prices. L.eavenwortn, Jv. l. , oept. idux, xy . Fislicr & Z lib rod. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in groceries, wines, liquors, cigars &.c, Seed. st. cor. cf vine. Sep. ID, 7o4. St. liOUis Mo. LEWIS IV. REES, Leavcntsorih, K. T. DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, qucensware, boots &. shoes, hats & caps, ready-made clothing, hardware, cutlery, cast ings, stoves and tinware, window-rlassi oils. aints, &c, &c. Intends to keep constantly ou land a full and complete assortment of all ar ticles usually found in a retail store, and par ticularly such as are suited to the pioneer set tlements, and will sell them as low for cash on ly as they can be purchased in any town on the Missouri river. Corner of Broadway and levee. Leavenworth, bept. 15, lo4. Wm. J. OSHORX. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, " Leavenworth, K. T. Office in the Editors room of the Herald. L. D. Bird Wm. H. Miller Weston, Mo. Leavenworth, K. T. BIRD & 3XIL.I.ER ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. C. C. A1VDSEWS . ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Fort Leavenworth, K. T. S.1IWUEL, M. EYOX, HOUSE JOINER AND CARPENTER. HAS located at Leavenworth, and will attend to all business in his line, in a workman like manner and at the shortest notice, sep 15 C. MCCUEA ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Residence, Salt Creek,-Kansas Territory. Office in Leavenworth. Sept. 15. A. W. IIAZEL,RIG, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Leavenworth, K. T. Office next door to Her ald Office. Sept. 15. A. J. WIIITXEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AND GENERAL LAND AGENT. Leavenworth, Kansas Territory. Will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care. Sept 15. C. W. Bali cock, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW- Leavenworlh, Kansas Ter'y. iSept 15. JOrVIl HARVEY DAYj M. D. . Leavenworth, Kansas Territory. Sept log LAYF KOTICE.. ES. WILKINSON, will practice law in the counties comprising the 12th Judicial Cir cuit, and in the Court of Common Pleas, Wes ton, and will when necessary attei d to business in the Probate -Courts, attend to drewing Deeds, WilJS) Powers of Attorney, Bonds and drafting all manner of contracts thatmaybe wanted; and will attend .to the payment of taxes, selling real estate, and will promise the fullest satis faction in the collection of debts at .home or from abroad, and will give the mostsatisfacto ry reference from St. Louis Mo., he trusts here af home. "His office is at the Post Office, where he may be found. Sept. 15-6m. : B. II. TJF03IB1.Y. 7 , j ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. ' HAS permanently locatedat Leavenworth for the practice of his profession, and will attend all Courts in the Judicial District io which Leavenworth is situated. -Sspt l5. Union1 Mutual Life Insurance Cof - State Street, Boston Mass. $ APITOr. 40O,OOO,V& CONSTANT; V ly increasing for the benefit of those inr sured. Charter Unlimited . ? A. J. WHITNEY. J Generaf Agent for Kansas and Nebraska Sept. 15. -: ' ' 1 "ST. GEORGE'HOTEL." . Corner of JIain and Thomas streets, Weston Mo. THE subscriber would inform the pub- lSm lie that he has fitted up this large and magnificent Hotel, in the very best style. It is the largest, and most central Hotel in 'the city.; His table shall always be spread with- the best that the country affords, and he -will spare no pains or trouble in making all at home who may favor him with a call. Sept. 15. RICHARD PEMBERTON. TO tAXSAS IMMIGRANTS. i JEa. -"STE AM Ferry Boat: The under Jfefe - feja signed with pleasure announce to all persons imigrating to Kansas, California, Ore gon'and Salt Lake city,that they hate purtihasf rad a new, safe and commodious Steam -Ferry .Boat, to ply between weston and t ort leaven worth. All persons who may wish to cross the Missouri at this point, may rest assured that every exertion will De extended io mem io m sure a speedy and safe transit across the river. Call and try us, . Sept. 15. WELLS WASHBURN, LEAYE!TGRTII-IIOTJSE, Cornet 'of Jlfain tidDclau;are Streets y M THITUNDERSIGNED beg leave to i an nounce to their friend.i-and the travelling public that they h-ave opened.a large and com modious Hotel in the town of Leavenworth K. T.y and are prepared ko- receive guest?, either transient pr permanent. They pledge them selves to use their utmost exertions to please those who may favor them with a call. " - G. H. KELLER .13,1854. - A. C. KYLE. $ JOHN J. BExMJC, . . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX ' ROCERIES. AND PROVISIONS, Water VJT Street, Leavenworth. ; Has opened at his new building a stock of goods which he offers to the- citizens of. Leavenworth and the surround ing country on the most favorable terms. He will from time to time replenish his stock, so as to keep on hand a full assortment of article in the above line. - Oct. 13-tf. . Provisions Tanted!. "THE undersigned will pay cash at the highest market rate for every description of provisions such-as ; butter, eggs, lard, chickens, turkies, pork, bacon and .'vegetables suitable for table use, to be delivered at the Leavenworth House, Leavenworth K. ?.. : : .;. - :-. Ozt. 13 1854 tf.' . Keller & Kyle. . : Just Published-. ; S MITH'S" Modern and Ancient Geography, accompanied by a large and valuable atlas, also a beautiful map of the Roman Empire, to aid in the study of Ancient - Geography. This map will also pe of great use in the study of An cient History as most of the principal places spoken of in - Ancient History are laid down on this map. ' Also full descriptions of our newly organized Territories, of ' . . NEBRASKA-AND KANSAS, with their boundaries laid down on the map of the United States. Price $1, sent by mail, pos tage paid. . DANIEL BURGESS & Co., noo-3m : ;' Publishers, New York. -:-"- . ;M.: P.' CONWAY COUNSELLOR AT LAWj CONVEYANr cer and General Property Agentj Leaven worth", Kansas Territory. . . 1 Persons wanting to purchase or desirous to sell claims to town lots. in Leavenworth, or to land, anywhere in the, Territory, are requested to call as above, or communicate by; letter. ' ocl 20, 1854. v. ; ' ' ; " Fries'. Cheap Comer. Corner of Main S Market Sis., Weston, Mr. C1ALIFORNIA and Kansas Emigrants will find at the above locality, the largest and cheapest stock of ready made clothing. INDIA RUBBER GOODS, BLANKETS, &C, Ever offered in this market. His stock compri ses every variety of heavy and durable goods needed by emigrants which he will sell for cash cheaper than thesame canbe bought at any point west of St. Louis. Sept. 29. vllamtnoth Stock OF READY MADE CLOTHING. AT the Cincinnati Clothing Store Weston Mo. Just received one of the largest, most splendid, and best selected stocks of ready made clothing, ever brought to this market, consisting of all sizes and varieties of goods, sufficient to supply me en li re iraue auu uemanu oi xansas .territo ry and Platte coiyity, during the season. Ihe principle articles contained m the above stock of goods, consists in fine Clothing, Cassi- mere Iweed Jb all and Winter Coats; very fine silk, satin, cloth and cashmere vests, and a great variety of articles for cold weather; an unparalleled variety or pantaloon manutactured from every variety of suitable material for such articles; beautifully finished linen shirts, &c. &c. 7G000 Cigars Regalia and Principes on hand for sale low, at Wholesale and retail. Call, and no article you can mention in the clothing line will be found wanting, at prices to suit the most penurious. CHARLES FRIES. Sept. 20, -54. Manny, Weld & Drake, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS & Shoes, No. 154 Main street, St. Louis, Mo. Are in receipt of their fall stock of goods, comprising a complete assortment suitable for the fall trade. Purchasers visiting the city may rely upon finding our stock equal in assortment and quality, to any in this market, and will be offered on the most favorable terms. sep 15. joiev uoxiPHAar. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Weston Mo., con tinues to practice his prqf ession at Weston, and will attend the adjacent Courts in Kansas Territory. Sept. 29. ALFP.ED CiretfESGKAM, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. LEAV worth, K. T. Will carry on all branches of the above business" in this place. He will keep on hand an ample stock of Paints, Oil, Var nishes, and other articles used in his line of bu siness. He guarantees all work to be done in the best and most durable manner. Sept. 29, '54. ' J MATHEW PARK'S MARBLE WORKS, CORNER 5th and Washington Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Having the.largest establishment in Saint Loui3, we now have the most com plete assortment .ever offered, and respectfully solicit the attention of purchasers to our Stock of Egyptian and Italian Marble Mantles, Tomb and Grave STONES, . Monuments of every style, hydraulic cement, plaster of paris,fire bricks, white sand, together with everything connected with the trade. g'Having been engaged in the above busi ness for a long time in Philadelphia, I have made such arrangements as to supply my establish ment, and fill the largest orders on the shortest notice. M. P. Sep. 22, '54. Drug, Store and Family Grocery. M .FRANCE & CO. . LEAVE N WORTH, K. -T.oHave openedand offer for sale a Stock of Family Groceries, comprising among others the following articles :i v . , : . Painted bucket sj ': Schiedam'schnapps, -:: ; :x; :c ---tubs, - - Candy,' ink, alspice, , Mackerel, chewing and Filberts, ginger, ' ; Smoking tobacco, Almonds pepper sauce Crushed jsugar,"s ' , Pepper,mustard, prunes Brown sugar, 1 x ' 4 Pie fruit, walnuts, . ' -Butter & soda crackers- Bed cords, pint flasks, Tea, coffee, Raisins, - Brooms, sugar boxes, ! Cognac brandy, cigars,- Coil rope, bar lead; " Champaign, pickles, . Shot, bushel measures, Saleratus, lemon syrup, Window glass, rifle Jellies and jams, - . Powder in canisters. A large assortment of Drugs Medicines, and Patent Medicine will soon be received. Their goods will be sold for cash and at rates as low as those of Missouri river towns. Their stock is kept in a room of the Herald Office until their new building, one door south is completed. Sept. 22, 1854, . ; . ' j BARXUM'S ST. LOUIS HOTEL., -j Corner of Second and TValnvi street t ' : V ' ST. LOUIS MO, " , ; M .WE beg leave to announce to our f riends and the graveling public, that we" will open the above named elegant and. commodious Hotel, (built by Geo. B. Taylor, Esq.,) for the reseptioh "of guests, on Thursday,: the 28th inst. and respectfully solicit a share 6f public pa tronage. . - r - .The public's obedient servants, - - t ... . - THERON BARNUM- . - JOSIAHFOGG.' Oct. 131k, 1821 tf.' . j ' ' It ! - Div Easterly's yermtfuge.H THE greatest remedy for .expelling worms . from children The most safe, pleasant and effectual medicine known for the jemoval,pf wormi from.chitdrin,i3 Dr. Easterly's Vermi fuge.- . .... .:k; '"---. -v: " ,f : Parents and guardians having the charge of children,, should, watch carefully the symptoms of Worms in "their children, and-'as Eoonfas symp toms.icdicate their presence, they should resort at once to the use 'of Dr. Easterly' Vermifuge. More children die 'from worms than all other diseases, and a more miserable object can scarce ly be imagined than a. child suffering under the ordinary symptoms-of 'worms: . 'Parent, mark this: will you not blame yourselves ifyOur chil dren die tfiat you did not'use Dr, Easterly's Ver mifnge in time? The vermifuge will remove every species of worms, from the. system in six or eight hours after taken. V" Price, 25 cents per bottle. V v : For sale at Dr. Easterly's - female medicine store, south-east corner of third and chesnut sts. St. Louis, Ma. v : 1 ; Sept. 15, 1854 Dr. Hunter's German Bitters. FOR the cure of .liver complaint, dyspepsia, jaundice", biliousness, loss of appetitej head ache, habitualcostiveness, and all diseases aria ingf rom a disordered liver or digestion J ; - . These bitters possess remarkable'invigorating sxrengtheng and and Tfistorative . properties which give tone and vigor to the digestive or gans, and make them invaluable for Liver'Com plaint, Jaundice, Dyspessia, ahd all other disea ses caused from a deranged state of the stomach, bowels and liver, which tend to debilitate ' or weaken the system. - (: ' ..; .: Dr. Hunter's. German , Bitters, cannot be too highly recommended to persons suffering with a disordered liyeff or Indigestion, loss of appetite, nervous irritation, headache habitual costive ness, general debility, and a variety pf com plaints which it is' impossible to describe. If there are -sufferers in Weston, they are ad vised to" take these bitters. --'- Price 50 cts. per bottle, or six bottles- $2 50. For sale at Dr. Easterly's family medicine store, corner of third and chesnut. streets St Louis, Mo. . ' . . . 'v, . .: ! .. : Dr. Cook's Magic Hair Oil. 17 QR the preservation, beauty, growth and . restoration of the hair. It ha slong been the desire of persons troubled with' stiff, harsh, unruly hair,.to procure an article itvhich would at once render the hair soft, lively and beautiful. The most perfect and admirable article ever dis covered for that purpose, is.- -i;. ' dr. cook's magic hair oil..:. .4 This oil penetrates the minutest pores, giving the dry, -withering bulbs new life and vigor o pening the capillaries, softens, preserves beau tifies and strengthens the. hair, prevents it from falling off, remove the dandruff, and turns ragg ed hair into that which is smooth, glossy and wavy. It is admitted by all to be the greatest invention of the age for beautifying the hair and rendering it pemanent. DR. COOK'S MAGIC HAIR OIL. Is a superb articlej and should be found on the toilet of every lady who values the glossy and beautiful appearance of "the flowing ringlets and the witching curl." Price, 50 cents per bottle. ' For sale at Dr. Easterly' family medicine store, corner of third and chesnut streets, Saint Louis. DK. EASTERLY'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF IODINE AND Sarsaparilla, for the removal and permanent cure of .diseases arrising from an impure state of the Blood, or habit of the system, viz : Scrofula, or King's Evil, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples on the Face, Blotches, Biles, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring-worm or Tet ter, Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Pains in the bones and joints, old sores and ulcers, Rheu matism, swelling of the Glands,Syphilitic dis - eases, Erysipelas, Lumbago, diseases of the . Kidneys, Coughs, Colds, Asthama, Bronchitis Consumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Liver com plaint, Nervous Affections, General Debility, Neuralgia or Tic Doloureux, Cancers, Goitre, White Swellings, diseases arrising from an in judicious use of Mercury, Exposure of im .' prudence in life. Female Irregularities, also, CHnOXIC CONSTITUTIONAL DISEASES' This valuable medicine combines the most salutary and efficacious articles in the vegetable kingdom. It is chiefly composed of the Com pound Extract of Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, and the Hyriodate of Potassium, all of which are known to the medical faculty to be highly efficacious in the removal-' of diseases, and to have a specific action upon the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, BloodGlands, and Urinary Organs, restoring them to a healthy action, enabling them to perform the functions which nature de signed. It is now confidently believed that Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is the best alterative and blood purifying medicine ever offered to the public. . it is cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior to any sold, r :' roa scaoi-TjxA Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is rec ommended as the most efficacious medicine that can possibly be used. - Not . one instance, of its failure has ever occurred when, faithfully used. For scurvey, boils, blotches, tumors, white swellings', uloers, cancers, enlarged glands, fever sores, mercurial diseases, syphilitic symptoms, leprosy, erysipelas, tetter," salt rheum, and all cutaneous diseases, . Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla cannot be too highly extolled. It searches out the very root of the diseases, de stroys the germ by purifying the blood and dri ving out all impure or diseased fluids of the body, and by removing the cause, renders the cure certain and permanent. , INPIGESTION OR PISPEPSIA. No medicine, perhaps, has ever been discov ered which gives so much tone to the . stomach, and causes the secretion of healthy gastric" juice to digest the food, as Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla. No one has used it for such com plaints without benefit. i ' - RHEUMATISM.' ' . Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaprilla is used with the greatest success in rheumatic com plaints, especially such as are chronic: It cures by driving out ail impurities and foul humors which have accumulatedfein the system, which are the cause of rheumatism, gout and swelling of the joints. Other remedies sometimes give temporary relief this entirely eradicates the disease from the system. t ' " FOR MERCTKIAL AND VENERIAL DISEASES, j ' AFFECTING THE BLOOD, GLANDS, CORDS, I JOINTS AND ; BONES Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is the best ever invented - This medicine is offered to the public, not as mere purifier of the blood, but a powerful eradicator. of. the most virulent poi sons, occasioned by. Mercurial .and Venerial faints, which resist the action of all otherrem edies. It will cure the .worst kind of mercurial diseases,- no matter- how -deeply -it may- have eaten into the frame and vital organs.- It will cure the worst cases of secocdory syphalis of venerial diseases, no matter ; how long it may have existed; how bad, or" how deeply seated in the system, it will annihilate . and expellhe "vi rus and restore the system to. a'state' of perfect health and purity.. For ulcerr: in the mouth and throat, enlargement of the glands, goitre or tumors in the- throat, nodes, pains - in the bones and joints, it is the only, safe and sure remedy. Young parsons who haveeason to suspect any impurity in their blood, either hereditary or the result of imprudence, ought to purify and destroy the virus before entering in the marriage state, as they may- thereby not only protect themselves against the dangers of impotence and other misfortunes, but" secure the certainty of a pure and healthy offspring." It can be used by persons of either sex-with the most perfect safety.;;.'..- . ' - ' - o J " - O - FOR COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION AND " -i DISEASES OF, THE I.VNGS -. - - :-: Dr. Easterly's Iodine '. and - Sarsaparilla is particularly recommended. , Bronchitis, spit ting of blood, asthma, night sweats, pain in the side,1 &c, have been cured by ,its use. -.-It is mild and safe, but certain : and efficacious in its operation, and cannot possibly injure" the most delicate constitutions ; we earnestly recommend those afflicted to give ita trial. . " V IN ALL DISORDERS; OF THE KIDNEYS, RLAD-. V DER AND URINARY ORGANS,. FOR DROPSY, ; GRAVEL. AND LIVER COMPLAITN. . , Dr.EasterIv;s Iodine and Sarsaparilla. iathe best and only'Extf act that oughYto be used.'" In uiese complaints, uiis meuiciiie uaa jcAi.vica mostastonishing cures. . , -vtt -!a"' - ? ' " F,OR NERVOUS" DISEASES x . r ! No language can. convey an adequate idea c-f the immediate and vcJiDost miraculous change which is produced by the use ef . Dr- Easterly's Iodine and Ssarsapafilia, on th diseased,1 debil itatetl and shattered nervous system, - "Whether broke down by excess, weak by nature, or im paired by sickness, the unstrung and relaxed -or-ganizatin is at oace revived, and; built up, , In case cf neuralgia,- nervous", headache, loss of memory, general prostration, nervousness, ver tigo, pain.inthe neryes of the face, and the various train of nervous affections, it will produce-a cur& in an astonishing short period of time. The -effect .of this- medicine is to give permanent relief tchthe sufferer, and to restore the shattered and debilitated constitution to its pristine health and vigor. -TO THE LADIES. Ladies of pale complexion and consumptive habits, and such as are debilitated from any of the obstructions incident to the sex, suchas ob structed or painful menstruation, flour albus or whites, green sickness; also, excessive flow of the menses, barrenness, &c.can be restored by the use of tvou three bottles., of :Dri. Easter ly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla to bloom and vig or.. It is far the , best remedy .'ever discovered for weakly children, and such, as' have had hu-mors--being pleasant,' they readily take iti It immediately restores the appetite, strength and color. Nothing can be. more surprising than its invigorating". effects upon the humau frame. Persons, all weakness and lassitude be fore taking Dr. -Easterly's Iodine anL Sarsapa rilla, at once become robust and full of energy under its influence. It immediately contracts the hervelessness of the -female frame. DR. EASTERLY'S IODINE. AND SARSAPARILLA IS A WONDERFUL PURIFIER OF THEBLOOD. It is "very pleasant to' the taste, and is more concentrated; being stronger, better and cheap er than any other medicine in use. Families who have used this article are never willing to be without it. . Taken in the early stages, it is a sure preventive of almost "any specieses of disease. . J ' '-'! A "WORD TO THE AFFLICTED. l. " Jf- there are individuals in Weston,- suffering with any disease . above; . named, they are . ear nestly advised to make a trial of: Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla, This medicine has cured and will cure the mot desperate cases. . Ask for Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparil la, and take nothing elseo . ' : - . . . i v - , Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles foV $5- A liberal discount fciade to wholesale purchas ers. For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medi cine store, southeast corner of Third and Ches nut streets, St. 'Louis, Mo. Sold by all the druggists in Weston, and by all the principal dealers In medicine in every town in the western States. Sept. 15, 1854. Dr. Easterly's 17 EVER and Ague Killer Is warranted to . cure ague and f everj dumb ague, chills and fever, intermittent and remittent fevers, and all the various forms of fevers incident to the west." This popular remedy has now been before the people two years, and during that time about TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND BOTTLES have been sold, and in no instance has it failed to effect a permanent cure as far as heard from or to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser. It is warranted to cure all cases, or the money will be refunded. Let no man, woman or child suffer with the distressing disease, when a sure remedy is at hand. (J-Read the testimony from John Miller & Co.: - . E vans ville, 111., Oct 20, 1S53. Dr.- Easterly Sir : We take pleasure in sta ting that we have purchased three dozen bottles of your fever and ague killer, and have sold the same to our patrons, and that it has effected a permanent cure in every case. We have sold nearly all the various popular medicines for ague and fever, but none has given such entire satisfaction as your fever and ague killer. .We believe it is the best medicine now before the public. Respectfully, JOHN MILLER & Co. Read the letter from John S. Crump, Grand Saline, Arkansas, Cherokee Nation, beai'iog date August 10, 1853. Dr. Easterly Dear Sir: When I was in r jur i. : nr u l i- T v. . i j I t- S ciiy in iuai cu last., 1 piu cuaseu uue uuz. ti tles of your fever and ague killer, wMch yoa warranted to me. I have sold sevei of the do zen bottles, Which I also warr:r.ted. Your medicine has given entire 'atisf'.ction so far, it having effected several cut b ct the chills and fever. One case particular y a lady who had been afflicted since the latter part of last sum mer, and had tried a great many remedies, be sides having a physician part of the time, all of which failed. She bought a bottle of vour med icine, and before she had used one-third of it, she was entirely cured, and has enjoyed good health ever since. ' In no case has it failed to ef ject a permanent cure. . Respectfully your's. - - JOHN S. CRUMP. P. S. I will be in your place again shortly, and will buy more largely. N. B. Ask for Dr. Easterley's fever and ague killer, and take no other, and you are safe. A liberal discount made to wholesale dealers. Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. - For sale at Dr.' Easterly's family medicine store, south-east corner "of third and chesnut streets, St. Louis,-Mo. Sold by. all the. Druggists in Weston, and by all the principal dealers in medicine in every town in the western states. Sept. 15, 1854.' DR. CARTER'S COUGH BAESABI. FOR the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Pain in the side and breast, Pleurisy, Whooping Cough and all diseases of the Lungs and Chest. Among all the celebrated remedies of diseas es of the lungs and chest, none seems to. be meet ing with such success and to give such entire sat isfaction to all, as " ' - ' : DR.' CARTER'S COUGH BALSAM. ' This valuable remedy is purely vegetable in its ingredients," and perfectly harmless in all its qualities. -It is very soothing and healing to the lungs,and is everywhere acknowledged by Drug gists, Physicians, and all who have used it to be the most effectual curative known. . . . consumption. I No disease incident to our climate is so univer sal, and at the same, time so fatal, as Pulmonary Consumptioa; - This awful malady sweeps ovel the land as a destroying Angel, laying low the strongest and fairest "of. our. race. . Million? of the young and old are annually hurried to tire tomb by this dread national disease. . . . 4r 1 . ', Consumptive Reader ! Beware of mere paU liative medicines. ' The object of nearly all the medicines now offered for diseases rof ..the lungs, is to relieve and not to cure.'. Such is not the case with Dr. Carter's Cough 'Balsam. In colds and coughs, which are the first "symptomS'6f con sumption, it is the most pleasant and efficacious remedy that can possibly be used. In confirm ed Consumption it -has been used with perfect and triumphant success, when the most eminent physicians had given up all hope as vain. So confident is the proprietor of its power to cure Tuberculous Consumption, that he solicits a trial in the worst of cases. V ' - " SPITTING .OF BLOOD. . . " : This frightful. 'symptom of consumption is speedily checked and prevented by the use of Dr. Carter's Cough Balsam, which heals the" affected membrane, removes the incipient tuber cles, and restores those Vital organs, the lungs, to a sound and healthy condition. . - ; DR.' CARTER'S COUGH BALSAM is a great expectorant;"" It dissolves the morbid and diseased matter in the air passages, changes it from a thick glutinous substance to a thin harmless fluid, and throws it off-with the great est possible ease and comfort to the patient. There is no better medicinein tHe world if its expectorant qualities alone be considered. " . PAIN IN THE SIDE ; , - V -This distressing symptom of. consumption arises from inflammation of the lungs or mem brane called the Pleura, or from branchial af- fections pf the-air passages.. In, either case ti, is aivery dangerous iQdicat)or pf disease. it prevents full and fre breathing worb the natural strength of theystenl.aThe cause uiiaaymptom suouia DeremovedRt once.and -.if J ? alwa va v Y.'?f,a-i'w;ii.-T ... ... - y r ... t " LIVER COMPLAINT. V ' In CaSCS Of COnnnmnf SAn 4 V - t r s . l i j-i - i ----i'vii -nc jjiieris always niore or lefs affected, and also, the spleen, pleura and Email intestines. The effect of Dr, Carter's Cough Balsam m diseases of the liver, especial ly if it be or an ulcerous nature, is" direct and uuweniu. ouujuc.uiscase or me liver unatten- -ded by consumption is speedily cured by Its use. . I WINTER COUGH, - .. j. The harsh dry winter cough which afflicts old Seople and invalids in a low state of health can' e effectually cured J)y the use of Dr. Carter's. Couch Balsam. -It warms, moistens anA ct; lates the -whole breathing apparatus, purifies and animates the blood, improves the secretive power of the liver,spleen and other large glands, and J the dijrestive orpans. imnarts iif. to the wan and emaciated system. . ; . BRONCHITIS. . 1 . . Bronchitis, difficulty of cough, a slimy expectoration, with all.othes ojuiliwuu tauacu uy au auecuonoi me air tuber leading from the throat tq the lungs, are direct ly and specifically affected and cured by the use of Dr; Carter's Cough Balsam. This is a very painful, wearing and injurious complaint, and always has a powerful tendency to-inflame and soften the lungs, and thereby induce the worst forms of pulmonary disease. Be warned in time, ye afflicted, and employ this valuable rem edy. . . . . - ; EXPECTORATION. . Free expectoration is the most fmnnrfanf rTi jectto be attairied in all attempts to cure diseas- oa nf- tViA ihaof anA T n 11. l. ' x.it - so distressing is simply the result of a desire to expectorate; and as long as foul matter exists in the air Dassarres. it will cnnt;'n,m tn irf,ta , a 1 ..j.. vv '"an. the membrane and provoke a cough." Cough ing La au auempt io tnrow oil this matter, an expectoration gives great relief, inability to ex pectorate in the latter stages of consumption is the cause of death. ' ' - - i - SPASMODIC ASTHMA." :- -, . For Simple or spasmodic asthma there is no better remedy than Dr. Carter's Cough Balsam. This distressing disease which resists almost ev ery thing else, yieldsto the all powerful inilu ence of this great remedy as readily as arfy oth er form of pectoral disease. ' : " 0.EVERY FAKILY -- - should be supplied with Dr. Carter's Cough Balsam, to use in the early stages of coughs, colds, spitting of blood, pain in the side and chest, bronchitis, difficulty of breathing, night sweats, asthma, influenza whooping cough and croup, and thereby counteract the consumptive tendency which is produced by our ever chang ing climate. Price. Trial Bottles, 25 cents per bottle $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine store, south east corner of third and Chestnut streets, St. Louis., Dr. Easterly's Pain Killer. IOR the cure of Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, . Tooth Ache, Cholic, Cramps or Spasms, Cholera, Dysentery, Rheumatism, pains in the Stomach and Bowels, and wherever there is pain, it is a speedy and certain cure. This medicine has more controlJoverall pains than any other ever invented. It is used both internally and externally, and its soothing ef fects are instantly felt by the sufferer,, allevia ting the most excruciating pains in a few min utes. In a word, it is A PAIN KILLER. No human family or physician should be with out it. It has been used by thousands of the most intelligent and respectable families in St. T I ii : : ii l j i iuij, uuu an piuiiouuce il uie iuusi speeay aiiu effectual curative they have ever used. DR. EASTERLY'S PAIN KILLER, Is beyond all doubt the most certain remedy ever discovered for pains in the Stomach, paiu3 in the side, breast, back and limbs. It is also an infallible remedy for colic, diarrhce, cholera morbus, painters colic, wind in the stomach and bowels, dyspepsia, sore throat, headache, &.c. CAUTION TO THE P.UBI.'fc. Beware of imitations and counterfeits. The only genuine and real Pain Killer is pre -pared exclusively by Dr. Easterly, the sole pro prietor. There are counterfeits and imitations abroad. Therefore, be sure to ask for Dr. Easterly's Pain Killer, and take no other, and you are safe. ' Price, 25 cents per boltle; five bottles for SI. For sale at Dr." Easterly's Family Medicines Store, southeast corner of third and Chesnut streets, S Louis. Dr. Baker's Specific. A safe and certain care for gleet, strictures, seminal weakness, and all diseases of the genital organs. This popular and specific rem edy is now offered to the afflicted and Vk ?.rraut:d to cure all cases of gouorrhoe gleet, strictures, seminal weakness, and all diseases of the geni tal organs in a few da3'S. This infallible reme dy has saved thousands upon thousands from the hands of -merciless quacks, if not from a prema ture grave. In case of infection, Mr. Baker's specific is the only safe and sure remedy. It is very "agreeable to the taste, creates no percep tible Odor and may be used byipersous of either sex with entire secrecy without regard to diet, hindrance from business or Medical Adviser, as plain directions for use accompany the' medi cine. Reader have you a private Disease? . Do. not neglect it. ' Delay is dangerous. WiihDr Baker's Specific you can Cure yourself, and thus prevent all exposul-e. This medicine will speed ily and effectually cure the most virulent case of Secret Disease, and eradicate every 'particle of infectious matter from the sys.tein, and restoie the patient to a perfect state of Health Jaud. Pu rity. Price, $1 50 per bottle. For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine Stoe, Southeast corner of Third aud. Chesnut streets,;St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Easterly's American Oil L.ini ... merit. THIS valuable Liniment, combines the most efficacious articles known for all the various, forms of disease requiring" an external applica tion. . ' One of its principal active ingredients- is the Araericant Oil (or Petrolium.) which is uni versally known to possess rare Healing and Cu rative Properties; .'nThis? Oil j when : combined with other A'aluable .rmedial agents of known and established efficacy, forms a. safe and sure remedy for Rheumatism Bruises, Sprains, Cuts, Wounds, Burns, Scolds, Old Sores and Ulcers, Scald Headi Tetter Ring Worm, Erysipleas, Piles, Cancers, Stiff Joints, Caked Breasts, Par alysis, "Contracted Tendons or Cords, &c, and also for Strains, Spavi Scratches, Chafes,- sad dle., and collar t galls, sores., wounds,- fistula, sweeny and pole evil in Horses. " This liniment has a direct and. powerf ul action upon the secre tory and absorbnet vessels stimulating them to a healthy action, thus enabling them to throw off the . morbid 1 or diseased matter Hvhich 'ob structs the circulation, thus removing all dis ease or injuries of bones, muscles, cartillage. nejves.and skin. . ... One bottle will "convince v the most skaptical of its wonderful efficacy , in curing : brusies. sprains, rheumatism, pains, soreness and stiff nessof the joints, &c. : Di Easterly's American Oil Liniment is, without exception, the most valuable remedy ever compounded for all diseases of man or beast requiring an'external application. . .1 .; Price 2q cents per bottle, or five' bottles for $i. . "-" ; L - - - ' - .,; A liberal discount made to wholesale pur chasers who buy to sell again. . For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family. Medicine store, southeast 'corner of .Third and .Chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo. ; r:- ... , S. FRANCE, RX. D. HAS located in Leavenworth for the prac tice of Medicenei Office at the Drug Store of M.- Fraace Sc Co.- Sept.2.