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AGRICULTURAL' Wafthonstf ? and SEED
STORE; Ni. ,-.Citfj Building between
Market and Walnut Streets St. Loui3 Mo. Da
vid Landreth, tf Philadelphia; respectfully an
nounces to aJl whom it may interest that he has'
located as above ' a branch of his, establishment
l'h.rf inav tn rnmfaul! v frtnnd ft ffnrnl assnrfc-
ment of Field and Garden Seed, whici from the
well known rcputition of Landreth? Seeds, it is
tinnrpsna rv tn uv will Found fresh srirf ffn
uine, arsd of superior quality to those usually
offere'd for sale. P:i chasers may rely upon ob
taining food .sends from- thi3 establishment.
No'nc oth era wil I b? off jr ed.
Implements of all kind for the farm and gar
. Tite nndersigne-1 as. Agent ror Mr. D.- Lan
drelh, would Solicit the custom of all persons
wanting reliable seeds or any kind of implements
of real utility. -
Dec. 8, 1354 3m GEO. BURNET Jr.
X'KITJED STATES .550TEL, ,
E. D. ROGERS, one door from Main
street, Weston, ..MiVsoMri. - The present
Proprietor of this 1 lo'cel having purchased the en
tire interest, ho takes this method of informing
his friends and tli5 travel liiig community, that
no pains nor expense will u? spared to make tne
iruests or his house comfortable, lie nas reiur
niched the house with all the modern improve
ments, and with polite and attentive assistants,
ho ho es to men it a liberal share. of public pat
ronage. Hi table will always be supplied with
all the delicacies of the season, and Irom tne
long experience he has had' in catering for the
"inner man?' he flatters himself that he can make
the United Siates Hotel a pleasant home to all
wli may favor him with their presence.
Dectiibcr 8, 1851.- 13-ff
MAYHEW's Practical Book-keeping, by
single and double entry, with a set of ac
count books, to be used by the learner in wri
ting up'the examples.
Thi3 worWias been recommended by the Sti
pe rintendclit of Common SchooU for the City
and County of New York; by the Principal of
11e JN.ew York 1 ree Academy; by tue principals
or the Public Schools generally, and of all tne
Ward Schools In the City and County of New-
York; by the Principals of alllhe public schools
of the cities of Brooklyn and Williamsburgh,
and by the teachers generally of oilier schools,
both public and private, to whose knowlege it
lias been brought.
Such unanimity and strength of testimony, in
cluding the Piincipals of all the public schools
i.f these three cities, is unprecedented, and still
this work ba.i been received with equal favor
wherever it has become known, having been in
troduced into the schools of a large number of
cities and towns in every part of the United
States, within the brief space of three months
from its publication, including several female
colleges i l as many dillrent State?, the high
schools of a large number of cities, and anal
most incredible number o2 academies and com
mon schools scattered through the fifteen States.
It will be observed, al.o, that teachers who have
tested this work in the school-room, bear the
strongest and most cordial testimony in its fa
vor. Price for both Book-keeping and Account
Books, 7li cents sent by mail postage paid ad
dress. DANIEL BURGESS & CO., Publishers.
noti-3ni GO John street, New York.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW EDITION
of Smith's primary geography, which is
printed from electrotype plates, and on the best
paper? This is the best book for primary
schools now published. We .would advise all
who arc about making a change in their schools
to get' this book and examine it. Price, 42 cents,
sent by mail, postage paid.
DANIEL B URGESS &, Co.,
oct 20, 185 1. 3m Publishers, New York.
SMITH'S ILLUSTRATED ASTRONOMY.
A new edition of this work has just been
published, containing new diagrams of the eclip
ses, meteors, etc., which are beautifully printed.
This is the most complete work on astronomy
now published. It has been tne object or tne
author to present all the distinguishing princi
ples in physical astronomy in as few words as
possible, by way cf diagrams and maps, as shall
make the subject easily understood. This book
is got up" in the best style, and contains 32 illus
trations, which are very interesting. Teachers
say that this is the best book on astronomy for
schools now published. The price is only SI,
sent by mail, postage paid, to any part of the
country. Address DANIEL B URGESS &. Co.,
no6-3m 60 John street, New York.
THOMAS GREY EDWARD EOYLE
GiSEY & BOYLE,
BOILER MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS,
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
(Main Street, between Carr and Cherry,)
8t SdQiiis, 1q.
TT AVING gone to a very great expense to
JLL erect machinery tor blacksmiths, making
boilers, and sheet iron work, on the most ap
proved Eastern plan, we are now prepared to
lumisii everyuimg belonging wo our uusiuess
ten per cent cheaper man any otner 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 irive us a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Repairing done at
the shortest notice. Always on Hand a variety
'f second-hand boilers.
1 N. B. Railroad axles, bridge work and every
description of blacksmithing done on short no
tice and accomodating ternis.
WHOLESALE Commission Merchant and
Manufacturers1' Agent, No. 11 Locust street
(between the Levee and Main street.) St. Louis,
Mo. Agents for
Wheeling Paper Mills,
Steubenville Paper Mills,
Wheeling Window-Glass Factory,
Wheeling Glass-Ware Factory,
Wheeling Straw and Bonnet-Board Factory,
IL Hoe &. Co.'s Printing Presses,
Pittsburgh Glass-Works, &
Pittsburgh Window-Glass Factory,
J. Conner & Sons' N. Y. Type Foundry,
Wells & Webb's Wood-Type Factory,
Lightbody's Printing-ink Factory,
. St. Louis Salamander Safe Manufactory.
November iu, lo4. ny-Jm.
BARJWS ST. LOUIS HOTEL,
Corner of Second and Walnut street,
ST. LOUIS MO.
MWE beg leave to announce to our friends
and the traveling public, that we will
. open the above named elesrant and commodious
Hotel, (built by Geo. B. Taylor, Esq.,) for the
resection of guests, on Thursday, the 2th inst.
and rtepectf ally solicit a share of public pa
. The public s obedient servants.
Oct. 13th, 1854 tf.
TRUXDLE & DIXOX,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
in Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Paints,
Oils, porfumery, Dye-stuffs, Window-glass and
-Glassware ; also patent Medicines.
.Weston, Mo, Sept. 15.
GROCERIES?? GROCERIES ? ?
WE ARE selling groceries at a very Email
rrr.fits ar.ti h:ve a larrre stock of
Sugar, coffee, molasses, whiskey and assorted
liquors:. Also a nne assortment or
: -j . FANCY GROCERIES.
Call and sec U3 before you invest.
- - TUTT & BAKER.
Weston, Oet. 13 1S54.
- GEORGE D. STETEXSOtf,
Forwarding, Storage f Commission jJgent
' ' Leavenworth, K. T. .
Oct 27,1834. ".:
Missouri Steam Planing Elili.s
Builders. Wero(MsSash'I)96r and
' Blind Fattonf-Mill and Lumber- Yard,
Corjnth of Walnut 6" 9A streets y 5". Ltouis.
WE have erected a large stam still- for
the purpose of manufacturing andkeeninr
on hand an assortment of doors,; sash, blinds,
mantels, base,'shelvings, for stores, palings for
fences,' weatherboarding, flooring, and every
kind of carpenter work suitable for steamboats
and buildings. Boards and planks planed on
both sides to any thickness required. Resplit
ting, ripping, scroll and circular sawing, plow
ing, relating; also mouldings of Ivery variety
of pattern prepared at fhort notice.vt, '; '
Being practical builders, employing none but
experienced workmen, we are prepared to fur
nish work as low as any establishment in the
West. Our work is all made of seasoned lum
ber, and warranted equal to that made by hand-
Uonsidermg tne low rates of freight, carpen.
ters and others about to erect bnildlngs on the
lines of railroad runnin? into St. 'Lotus. -or; oh
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. (3 All orders will receive prompt
SAWYER & McILVAIN.
Dr. E. W. Brown, Occnlisr,
RESPECTFULLY tenders his pro
fcT? f essional services to the citizens of
tt: : i 11, xr t
ritory. Having carried on . an Eye infirmary
for several years past in Platte city, Mo., and
having treated a large number of patients with
almost every description of diseased Eyeg, he
flatters himself that he will be able to give satis
faction to all who may desire his services. His
infirmary buildings are Icrge and fitted up. so
that patients are not only well accomodated but
under his immediate care. The cost of be in z
cured at his establishment is compararativcly
small when traveling and otner expences to bt.
Louis or snyother distant point are considered.
Persons having children laboring under longcon-
continued scrofulous disease of the Eyes are most
positively assured that they can get them cured
at his infirmary; Dr. Brown wxmld, also, mcst
respectfully invite, the attention of the med
ical profession throughout the country to his es
tablishment, and if cases of diseased Eyes should
spring up in their practice that can only be trea
ted successfully ut an eye infirmnary he would be
much pleased to have them recommended or sent
to his. If any further information is wanted,
call on Capt. Eastin, or W. H. Adams, at the
Herald office. nov 2 1. 34,ly
Edwards &, Busimell.
jTfTfp. BOOKSELLERS & STATION-
id:j'f crs, irouitli Direct, ltouis,
jMo.. Constantly on hand the most
complete assortment of School, Classical, Med
ical and Miscellaneous books ami stationery of
every variety at the lowest possible prices.
Leavenworth, K. T., Sept. 15th, ly
Fislier & Zufcrod.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in groceries,
wines, liquors, cigars &c, Seed. st. cor. of vine.
Sep. 15, 54. '. St. Louis Mo.
LEWIS X. BEES,
Leavenicorii, K. T.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
queensware, boots &. shoes, hats &. caps,
ready-made clothing, hardware, cutlery, cast
ings, stoves and tinware, window-glass, oils,
paints, &,c.,&.c. Intends to keep constantly on
hand a full and complete assortment of all ar
ticles usually found in a retail store,, and -particularly
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 011 the
Missouri river.' Coi ner of Broadway and levee.
Leavenworth, Sept. 15, 1854.
L. D. Bird Wm.1I. Mu.lf.ii
Weston, Mo. Leavenworth, K. T.
BIRD & MIEEER
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
C. C. ANDREWS
ATTORNEY &. COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Fort Leavenworth, K. T.
SAMSJEL 51. LlOX,
IIOUSE 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
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Residence, Salt Creek, Kansas Territory.
Office in Leavenworth. Sept. 15.
A. W. I2AZEERIGG,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Leavenworth, K. T. Office next door to Her
ald Office . Sept. 15.
A. J. WIIIT5EY,
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. Ual3CocIi,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Leavenwoith, Kansas Ter'y.
JON IE HARVEY DAY, M. W.
Leavenworth, Kansas Territory.
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 attend to business
in the Probate Courts, attend to drewing Deeds,
Wills, Powers of Attorney, Bond3 and drafting
all manner of contracts that may be 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 most satisfacto
ry reference from St. Loui3 Mo., he trusts here
af home. "His office is at the Post Office, where
he may be found. Sept. 15 6m.
B. II. TWOJIBLY.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
AS permanently located at Leavenworth
for the practice of his profession, and will
attend all Courts in the . Judicial District in
which Leavenworth is situated. . Sept 15.
Cliales EeiD, 51. J3.
Leavenworth K. T.
Ofnee on the levee, in tha first tent north of
the big elm tree. j : Sep. 22, 1854.
Union Mutual Xife Insurance Co.
68 State Street, Boston Mass. ;
CAPITAL, S-100,000, & CONSTANT
ly increasing for the benefit of those in
sured. ' Charter Unlimited . . :
. A. J. WHITNEY,
General Agent for Kan3as; and Nebraska.
. Sept. 15. ..j.v' H' ; :
'T. GEORGE HOTEL." ,
Corner of JfiiSih and Thomas streets, '
. - Weston Mo. f'yV-" I -
MTHE subscriber would inform the' pub
lic that he has fitted up this large and
magnificent Hotel, in the very best: style...: It is
the largest, and moat central Hotel in the city. 5
His table" shall always be' spread with fhe
best that the'eounfe-y. affords, and he will spare
no pains or trouble' in making all at home who
may favor him with a call.' ' f
Sept. 15. RICHARD PEMEERTONf.
, , jbEATEXWORTn Ijbt; 53 ; ;'s
Corner of JMairi ahd QelawarelStfeeis' J
Jt& . THE UNDERSIGNED beg "leave to an-?
Jiiiiiinounce to thir,frieriius"and the. travelling
public tnacmey nave openea a large . ano com-
moaious noiei in. me town. 01 ..ueavenwprm J-.
thncp who mav favor tham with a call.'
. :' G.H. KELLER'::
Oct. 13, 1S54.;
A. C. KYLE.' y
' - WHOLESALE -AD RETAII. DEALER, IW ;
ROCERIES ' AND 'PROVISIONS, -Water
VJT Street, Leavenworth. Has opened at his
new building a stock of troods which he offers to
the citizen?of" Leavenworth and the snrronnd
ing country on the most favorable terms. He will
from tim 5 to time. replenish his stock, so as to
keen on hand a full assortment of articles in the
C E .Just I'ulilislxed. ; f . ,
SMITH'S Modern and Ancient "Geography,
accompanied by a large and valuable atlas,
also a beautiful map of 'the Roman Empire, to
aid in the studv of Ancient Geography. This
map will also be of greaVuse in thestudy of An
cient Hi3tory, as most or tne principal places
spoken of in Ancient History are laid down on
this map. - Also' full descriptions of our newly
organized Territories, or . . .
u ' NEBRASKA AND KANSAS, r
with their boundaries laid down on th map of
the United States. - Price $1, sent by mail, pos
tage paid. " "DANIEL BUlUiESS & Co.,
noo-3m ' Publishers, New York.
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. 1.
Oct. 13 1854 tf. Reixeh & Kylev
M. F. COXWAI
COUNSELLOR AT' LAW, CONVEYAN
Vy cer and General Property Agent, Leaven
worth, Kansas lemtory.
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 asabove, or communicate by letter.
Oct. 20, 1854. '
Fries' Cheap Carrier.
Corner of Jllain JIarket Sis., Weston, JIo
CALIFORNIA and Kansas Emigrants will
find at the above locality, the largest and
cheapest stock 01 reaoy made clotning.
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 can be bought at any
point west or. bt. .Louis. bept. 2y.
rT READY MADE CLOTHING. AT
V tli3 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, consistin-r of all
sizes and varieties of goods, sufficient to supply
tiie entire trade and demand or ivansas iernto
ry and Platte county, during the season..
The principle articles contained in the above
stock of goods, consists in fine Clothing, Cassi-
mere;, Iweed lall and Winter Coats; very fine
silk, satin, cloin and casnmere vests, .and
gre;.t variety of articles for cold weather; an
unparalleled variety of pantaloon manufactured
from every variety of suitable -material for such
articles; beautifully finished linen shirts, &c.
70,000 Cigars Regalia and Principes on hand
ror sale low, at wnoiesaie ana retail.
Call, and no article you can mention in the
clothing line will be found wanting, at prices to
suit the most penurious.
Sept. 29, 'o 1. -
Manny, Weld & Brake,
"T"T7"HOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS &
t T bnoes, JS o. lo4 Mam street, t. .Louis, Mo
Are in receipt of their fall stock of goods,
comprising a complete assortment suitable for
Jt the fall trade. Purchasers visiting the city may
rely upon finding our stock equal in assortment
and quality, to any in tnis market, and ,will be
ohereu on the most favorable terms. sep 15
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Weston Mo., con
tinues to practice his profession at Weston,
and will attend the adjacent Courts in Kansas
Territory. - -. ' Sept. 29.
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 aud most durable manner.
Sept. 29, '54. . -
MARBLE WORKS, "
CORNER 5th and Washington
Avenue; St. Louis, Mo. Having
the largest establishment in Saint
Louis, we now have the most com
plete assortment ever offered, and
rOSl IwH respectfully solicit tne attention
tp f Pachas ers to our Stock of
JGYPTIAX AND ITALIAN ; ;
Marble Maxtles, Tomb asd Grave
Monuments of every style, hydraulic cement,
plaster of paris, fire bricks, white sand, together
with every thing connected with the trade. -"
(JTIaving 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.
TO SAZSAS KimiGRAKTS.
lJFIlS' .STEAM Ferry Boat. The under-
persons imigrating to Kansas, California, Ore
gon and Salt Lake city, that they have purchas
ad a new, safe and commodious Steam- Ferry
Eoat, to ply between Weston and Fort Leaven
worth. All persons who may wish to cross the
Missouri at this point, may rest assured that
every exertion wilt be extended to them to in
sure a speedy and safe transit across the river.
Call and try us. -. ' .J Cf
Sept. 15. . WELLS &.. WASHBURN o ;
Sr. Hooper's Female Cordial.
A valuble remedy for suppression of theMen
ijL-ses whites, painful menstruation, importen
cy or barrenness, sallow complexion, headache,
dizziness,- weakness of '"nerves, and all diseases
which arise from the most perfect, safe) and in
fallible remedyfdr theure of all those "diseases
of females arising from weakness of : debility,
and obstruction in th'e-sexual organsj such' as ir-:
regular or suppression of the menses Sour abus
or whites, 'falling; -of the ' Womb; - headache
frightful dreams'&.c.', caused; by eolds, checked
perspiration, excesses, prer excitement, &c.,- is
. DR. HOOPEJtt's FEMALE COjtDIAL. I ',
Several ladies in the city Whohivettffered for L.
many yearswiia(uie aDovecompiaintsana nave
employed' our most eminent physicians; without
successhave used Dr. Hooper's Fmile1 Cordfl
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 j Cor
dial as a safe pleasant and effectual remedy..
Price $1 pei- bottle, or six bottlas fbr $5. J rV
-' For sale at Dr; Easterlys f emale midi cine
store, corner, third and chesnut streets Sfc.'Lou-'
is, Mo. ; '.. ' l :. ; , .
D r.' E astc r 1 y-'a Vse'rin ifis e vn? r,r
THE. greatest.- remedy erf expellipg .worjas!
from children. The most saf eoleSskht and'
effectuar medicine 'known" for the removal of
woxms. f roni childrin ts? Dr. Easterly rVermi-'
fuge. ' . ;". : '. . : '
- Parents and 'guaMn'h'aving;ihfrfharge")f
cnuaren, .mouia watcn ea.refuiiy tae syrtoras
pt .ojms in their children,ana as soohjas'smp-
lnuicace meir-presence, cney snouid resort
ce tothe-use-of Dr. r Easterly Vermifusre.
More children die from worms than all other
diseases, and a more miserable object can' scarce
ly pe uaaginea man a cniia suuering. under, tne
ordinary symptoms of worms. "-Parents, mark"
this: will you not blame yourselves if your chiK
dren die that you, dCd ndt useDrJ Easterly's Ver
mifuge'in time? .The vermifuge Twill, remove
eyery species of worms from the ' system in six
brigHhourMfter.tak .v'"... I .' ,
. I Price, 25 cents per bottle. .
i Tot saleiatDr Easterly's female1 medicine
spore, soutn-east corner of tnird and chesnut sts
t. Louis. Ma. - fSept.15, 1854 ''
! Dr. Hunter's." German Bitters.
1 OR the cure of liver complauitjiu'yspVpsia,
. . jaiindicebiliousnessss of appetite, head
ache, habitual costiveness, and all diseases aris
ing from a disorderediiver, or digestion ! rV
These bitters possess remarkablejjiiivigoratirtg
strengtheng and and restorative properties,
which give tone .and vigor to the digestive or
gans,; and make them invaluable for Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspessia, and all other disea-!
ses caused from a deranged state-'of the stomach,
bowels and. liver,. which tend to debilitate or
weaken' the system. . ' - ir; . ; - ;";
' Dr.Hunter's German . Bitters, cannot be too
highly recoraianded to persons suffering with a
disordered "fe1, or' indigestion, loss of appetite,
4ervous. irritation, headache habitual costive
ne'ss, general debility, and a variety of 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.!" : ;' '
: ; Dr. Cook's Magic Hair Oil.
IT OR the preservation, beauty, - growth, and
. restoration of the hair. It ha slong been
the desire ox persons troubled with stiff, narsh,
unruly hair, to procure an article which would
at once render the hair soft, lively and beautiful.
The most perfect and admirable article ever dis
covered for that purpose, is
' DR. COOK'S MAGIC HAIR OIL.
This oil penetrates the minutest pores, giving
me ary, wimenng duids new me and vigor, o
peningthe 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, crlossy and
wavy. It i3 admitted by all to be the greatest
invention of tne age tor beautifying the hair and
rendering it pemanent.
, DR. COOK'S MAGIC HAIR OIL.
Is a superb article, 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
OMPOUND EXTRACT OF IODINE AND
-KJ Sarsaparilla, for the removal and permanent
cure or 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, Cnronic bore L,ycs, lung-worm or 1 et
ter, Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Pains in the
' bones and joints, old sores and ulcers, Rheu-
roatism, swelling of the Glands,Syphilitic dis
' eases, Erysipelas, Lumbago, diseases of the
Kidneys, Coughs, Colds, Asthama, Bronchitis
" Consumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Liver com
plaint, i ervous Attections, (jeneral Debility,
Neuralgia or Tic Doloureux,; Cancers, Goitre,
WThite Swellings, diseases arrising from an in-
-judicious use of Mercury, Exposure of im
prudence in life, Female Irregularities, also,
CHRONIC 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, Blood, Glands, 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. j -:
. FOR SCROFULA - ;
' 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, ulaers, 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, d&-
stroys the germ by purifying the blood and dri
ving out all impure or diseased fluids of- thj.
body, and by removing the cause, renders the
cure certain and permanent. - - - -
INDIGESTION OB. DISPEPSIA.
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.
; .Dr, Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is used
with the greatest success in rheumatic com
plaints, especially such as are chronic It cures
by driving out all impurities" and foul humors
which have accumulated in the system, which
are thevcause. of rheumatism gout and swelling
of the joints. Other remedies sometimes give
temporary relief this entirely eradicates -.the
disease from the system. -
. FORMERCUKIAL AND VENERIAL PISEASES,.;
AFFECTING THE BLOOD, GLANDS, CORDS, .-.
JOINTS AND , BONES ...1 .. .
Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is the
best ever invented This medicine is offered to.
the jpublic, not as mere purifier of the blood, bat
a powerful eradicator of the - most virulent poi
sons,' occasioned by Mercurial .and .Venerial
faints, which resist the action ot all other rem
edies It will cure the -.worst kind of mercurial
diseases,' no matter how "deeply- it may. have;
eaten into the frameand vital "organs." It will;
cure the worst cases, of jsecondorv syphalis or'
venerial diseases,"no matter how long it'may.
have existedj now bad, or now, deeply seated an:
the system, it will annihilate; and expel Jhe vi
g!s and restore the system to a' state, of perfect
health and purity. For ulcers in the mouth
.and .throat, enlargement of the glands,- goitre or;
tumof-3 in the throat, -nodes, pains' in the bones
andjoints it is the only safe and sure remedy.
Young persons who have reason to suspect' any.
impurity in their . blood, - either hereditary bri
the result of imprudence, Ought to purify and
aestroy tne virus Derore emeniig iu me marriage
state,as they may. thereby not only, protect
themselves against ,the dangers 'of impotence1
and other misfortunes, but secure the certainty
of a pure and healthy offspring. 1 If can-be used
by persons of ,eithervsex, with.fthe most perfect
safety-- .; - .v'O;,:.' W ? r?
.- ; " . FOR COUGHS, COLDS, , CO NSTM.FTION .SpjJ
' DJLSJeAS.fc.3 ; OJf THE X.VNG3, hi' .-
Dr. Easterly's - Iodine and , Sarsaparilla, , is
particularly recommended.. Bronchitis spit- j
ting of .blood; asthma, night sweats, pain in tne
side. &.C. have been cured bv- its .iise. Itis
mild and saf e, .but certain and, efficacious in , its
ODerationV and cannot Dossiblv siniure the most
jpslicate constitutions ; we (rnestlj.recoininend
tnosa amicte.d to grve,it a ma;.,,, j. ,T.r.l
IN,. ALL. DISORDERS OF THE .KIDNEYS,-BLADt;
DER -,AND "URINARV. ORGANS, . FOR ; DROPSy 'j;
' O RAVEL AND LITER COMPLAITN. ,1 .., , ,
" ;Dr; Easterly's Iodineand SarsaparillaJ is,te
besand pnlj Extract" that' ought to be used, t In
eW cpmplaintsth performed
' :;V"'.'TOB! tefcWoVS" '-fi)'! : '
. Ko lanfiruaire cafl convey an adebuate Ideti of
the immediate knd - almost " miraculous 5 change
whidtA? produced y?the use of ,Dr. Easterly's
Iodine and, barsaparula, on thejcuseased, debil
itated andTshattered'nervous system. ".Whether
brdke tiown-by excess,' weak by aturieor im
paired t ickness),th84instTung and relaxed or
gan izatin is at on'ce revived andTbuilt.up. In
casepf- neuralgia, inervous" headache, loss "of
membxy, general prostration, .nervousness, ver
tigo,1 pain in the nerves 'of thej face and the
various train! of norvouk affections,: it will prbi
duce a cure in . an astonishing short period :of
time.. The' effect of this medicine is to give
permanent relief to the sufferer, and td restore
the shattered and idebilitaf ed:f constitution to ib
pristine health and pger., , ' , -. -;.v ?
TO THE LADIES.
Ladies'oii pale complexion and . consumptive
habits, and such as are debilitated from any of
tne ODStrucuon3 incident io uie sba, sucu as oo
structed or painful menstruation floiir albus or
whites, green sickness; also, excessive, flow of
the menses barrenness &C.,1 can be restored'by
the use of two- or" three bottles of Dr. Easter
ly's Iodineand Sarsaparilla to bloom and vig
or. ' It is far trie best remedy ever discovered
for weakly children, and such as have hid hu
mors being pleasant, they readily take.it. .
.It immediately restores the appetite, strength
and - color. Nothing can be more surprising
than its invigorating effects upon the ; niiman
frame- Persons, all weakness and lassitude be
fore taking Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsapa
rilla, at once become robust and full of energy
under its influence. It immediately contracts
the nerveles"snes3 of the female frame. . :.
DR. EASTERLY'S IODINE i.SD SARSAPARILLA "
IS A WONDERFUL PUBIFIEH. OF THE BLOOD. ..
. 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
A WORD TO - THE AFFLICTED. -
If. 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 most desperate cases.
, Ask for Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparil
la, and take nothing else.
Price SI per bottle, or six bottles for $5.
A liberal discount made to wholesale purchas
ers. . For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medi
cine store, southeast coiner of Third and Ches
nut streets, St.' Louis, Mo.
Sold by all the druggists in Weston, and
by ail the principal dealers in medicine in every
town in the western States. Sept. 15, 1854.
ITEVER and Ague Killer Is warranted to
. cure ague and fever, dumb ague, chills and
fever, intermittent and remittent fevers, and all
tne various forms of fevers incident to tne west,
This popular remedy has now been before the
people two years, and during mat time about
' TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND BOTTLES
have been sold, and in no instance ha3 it failed
to effect a permanent cure as far as heard irom
or to give entire satisfaction to tne purchaser,
It is warranted to cure all cases, or the money
will be refunded. L,et no man, woman or cmld
suffer with the distressing disease, when a sure
remedy is at hand.
Read the testimony from John Miller &
Evansville, 111., Oct. 20, 1853.
' SDr. 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. . .
;---- JOHN MILLER & Co. .
Read the letter from John S. Crump, Grnd
Saline, Arkansas, Cherokee Nation, beating
date August 1U, leod.
Dr. Easterly Dear Sir: .When I was in VDur
city in March last, I purchased one doza bot
tles of your fever and ague killer, wiiich you
warranted to me. . I have sold sever of the do
zen bottles, -which. I also warranted. Your
medicine has given entire -atisf'Ction so far, it
having effected several cur 3 rt 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. Sha bought a bo'Ale of your 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 j-oiir's..
. JOHN S. 'CRUMP.
; JP. S. : J will be in your place again shortly,
and will bny more largely.
N. B.' Ask for Dr. Easterley's fever and ague
killerj and take no other, and you are safe. '
A liberal discount made to wholesale dealers.
Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for S5.
For saleVat Dr. Easterly's family medicine
store, ,outh-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. ept. 15, 1854.
DR. CARTER'S COUGH BALSAM,
IT OR' 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 ' . . r... .
-.DR. CARTER'S COUGH BALSAM. .
. This valuable remedy is purely vegetable in
its ingredients,1 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. .. -
: No disease incident to our climate is so univer
sal, and at the same timeo fatal, as Pulmonary
Consumption.,. This awful malady sweeps over
"the land as a' destroying Angel, laying low the
strongest' and fairest '. of. our -race. . . Millions
of the young and old are annually hurried to the
tomb by this dread national disease.
Consumptive Reader ! Beware of mere pal
liative medicines. The object of nearly all the
medicines -now offered foT diseases -of the lungsj
is to relieve and not to cure.. . Such is notthe case
with Dr. Carter's Cough Balsam,'. In colds and
coughs, Vhich are ; the first symptoms of con;
sumption it is .the most pleasant . and efficacious
remedy that can possibly be used. In confirm
ed Consumption- it has been1 used with perfect
and triumphant success, when the. most eminent,
physicians had. given Up '. all hope as ain. - So ;
confident is the nroDrietor of its power to cure
-Tuberculous Consumption, that he Solicits a trial
in the worst f eases. , : f. ; ;
" ' " '.' " SPITTING- OF BLObD. ( ...
' ' This -frightful 'symptom- of . consumption is
speedily checked and prevented by the use of
Drf Carter's, 3ough Balsam,- which heals -the
affected inembraneremoves the incipient tuber
cles apd.restpjes ihose: vital organs; the longs,
to a sound and healthy condition. t , rt. t r,
. ' ' ".'dr-' cahter's' jcqugh balsam" 'v" " r
isgreatexpectorant. It dissolves the indrbld
and diseased matteT in the'aiir sassaeesi changes
it from a thick, glutinous substance to a thin
harmless1 fluid, ano; throws it off with the great
est possible ease and comfprt to .the patient.
There is.no better medicine in-the worloSif its
expectosraixi Qualities, abpne b5 considered.
- This distressinfir 'svmntbm of consumption
jJaffss from inflammaUoaof Ihe lungs or mem-
bxaie caUed5,Pieurai0r f fom brenchial atr
fctionsi-thair passages, -in either we Il
ls a ver$ eiangerous.indicaCIon of diseaie. ) It
prevents full and free breathing; ORdweaakwky
the natural trf, oh r-;5!!rr - -
t v;:t rr . . , . c "ysi-em. me cause ;
-! ,UU1" D r?movedjit once, and
ilvand happily as Dr., Carter's Cougb Balsam ' .
wliich ialways safe and salutary in its SSb
on thccoiistitution-. , - J s,:ececia -
r in i
r UVEi COMPLAINT. :
and .llintesW. The SVffefc
Cough Balsam in diseases of the liver escill
ly if it be of an ulcerous nature, dand
powerful. Simple diseas?of the JivS Unatten
ded by consumption is speedilyxured by its ise
,;y '-WINTER- COtJGH- - ' ... . i.; ;
H The harsh dry winterrough which afaictsolA-
people and inyaUda in a Jgw state of - health, can
be effectually cured by-the.use of Dr. Carter's
Cough Balsam. , It warms, moistens and stimu
lates -the whole- breathing apparatus, -purifies
and animates the blood, improves the secretive -power
of the ljver,spleen and other large gland,
and the digestive .organs; and imparts new life
to the wan and emaciated system.'
-'.L' . . f . r RBmrrniTTe r' ' ... .
Bronchitis, difficulty of .breathing,""- harsh
o . - j .vwwi umuu, niui a. 1 1 uines
symptoms caused by an affection of the air tuber
leading from the throat to the lungs, are direct
ly and specifically affected and cured by the use '
of TJr. Carter's Cough Balsam, -,-Thi 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'
timr, ye afflicted, and1 employ this valuable rem
edy. . - .,- ..... , , -
' . . EXPECTORATION. " ' ' "
; Free expectoration is the most imnortant ob- .
fUJUH ll. a snmTr avrmorAritinn -,Hfh ii i
jectto be attained in all attempts to cure disease
es or me cuest and lungs. Tne cough which is
so. distressing is simply the result of' a desire tor'
expectorate;, and as long as foul matter exists r
in the air. passages, it will continue to irritate
the membrane and provoke a-cough. Cough-; :
ing is an attempt to throw off this matter, and
expectoration gives great relief, inability to ex
pectorate in the latter stages of consumption is
the cause of death. '" . .
- 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, yields to the all powerful influ
ence of this great remedy as readily as any oth . .,
er form of pectoral disease.
should le supplied with Dr. Carter's Cough
Balsam, to us; in the early . stages of coughs,
colds, spitting of blood, pain in the side and
chest, bronchitis, difficulty of breathing, night
sweats, asthma, influenza, whoopiDg cough and
croup, and thereby counteract the consumptive
tendency which is produced by our ever chang
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.
TTOR 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 i a speedy and certain cure.
This medicine as more control-over all 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.
Louis, and all pronounce it themost speedy and
effectual curative they have ever used. ;
DR. EASTERLY'S PAIN KILLER,
Is beyond all doubt the most certain remedj
ever discovered for pains in the Stomach, pain
in the side, .breast, back and limbs.. It is also
an infallible remedy for colic, diarrho?, cholera
morbus, painters colic, w ind in the stomach and
bowels, dyspepsia, sore throat, headache, &c ,
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC
Beware of imitations and counterfeits. "
The only genuine and real Pain Killer 13 pre -pared
exclusively by Dr. Easterly, the sole pro
prietor. There are counterfeits and imitation
abroad. Therefore, be sure t ask for.Drj;
Easterly's Pain Killer, and take no ether, and
you are safe. .
Price, 25 cents per bottle; five bottles for $1
"For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicines
Store, southeast corner of third and Chesnut
streets, St. Louis.
Ir. Balier's Specific
A safe and certain cure for gleet, strictures,
seminal weakness, and all diseases of the
genital organs. This popular and specific tmh
edy is now offered to the afflicted andwrrranied
to cure all cases of gonorrhoe gleet, strictures,
seminal weaknass, and ail diseases of the geni
tal organs in a few days. This infallible reme
dy has saved thousands upon thousands from the
hands Of merciless quacks, if not from 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 by persons 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. With Dr.
Baker's Specific you can Cure yourself, and thus,
prevent ali exposure. This medicine will speed
ily and effectually cure the most virulent -case
of Secret Disease, and eradicate every particle
of infectious matter from the system," and restore
the patient to a perfect state of Health "and Pu
rity. -.;-....,,. . :
Price, 1 50 per bottle. r
For sale, at Dr. -Easterly's Family -Medicine
Store, Southeast corner of Third and Chesnut
streets, J3t. Louis, Mo. "" : . '
Dr. Easterly's American Oil Lini
THIS valuable Liniment, combinestlie! most
. efficacious articles known for all the various
forms of disease requiring an external applica
tion. One of its principal active ingredients is
the American Oil (or Petrolium) which is uni
versally known to possess rare Healing and .Cu
rative" 'Properties.- This -Oil,' when combined;
with other valuable remedial agents of knows
and established efficacy, forms a safe, and sure
remedy for Rheumatism, Bruises, Sprains, Cue
Wounds,-Burns, Scolds, Old Sores, and : Ulcers,
Scald Head. Tetter, 'Ring 'Worm, Erysipleais
Piles', Cancew, -Stiff Joints C4ked Breasts, Par-
alysis Contracted Tendons or Cords,- &c.$ and
.also Tor strains, bfavin, bcratcnes, cnares, sad-
die and-, collar-galls, sores', ;wounds, fistula,
sweeny and pole evil in Horses. ;This liniment
has a direct and powerful action upon the secre
tory tmd abs6rbnet vessels stimulating them- to
a healthy action, thus-enabling them to . throw
off the.. morbid, .or- diseased matter, which -ob-structs.
the circulation. thus removing . all dis-
eass or injuries' of .bonesy miisc'Ies, cartfllages,
nerves and skin. '' '
Onerhotfle will .convince the most skeptical
HoHnl ffficitv m curmer brusles.
sprains; rheumatism, painssoreness rind ' stiff
ness of the joints, &cr r; -.: : : : , :
. Dr. Easterly's American Oil Liniment is,
without exception, the most valuable 'Temedy
ever compoundedTfor all dlsjeises of man or bias
requiring an external application. .; r
'J Price 25 rents per "bottler OT-five bottles for
$l.-u.s -jr-zcrl v-:l-:--!k.'i v.Ir'X- :
A liberal -discount, made . to wholesale pur,
chaser who buy'tbseir'againV- " ' "
-. : For Bale' at Dr Easterly's' 1 Family Medicine
store, southeast cArn?r. of Thircl and .Chesnut
street3,4St. Louis, Mb. z.. ;l "i ,
!s; fiujvce , m.
TTAS located in' Leaveii'WoTth' 1 for the Brac-
JLl:tice "trfi Mdicen.; Office "at the Drug
Store'of 'Mil Frrjce;i Col A - r TPV K- v