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TO THE ATSO 2T S Of TH VT -.v KANSAS WEEKLY HERALD. " " " " ; - r ir '' A mournful sound striices in upon the ear, -1 it the mother weeping for her child ? No I ?tfs the knell of the departed year,' V" ; Song by the wind in accents drear and wild.' " - Time write her deeds upon historic page, . That we may read when years have rolled away, The memorandum of a woadrous a;., . - Einbaiued in interest free from all decay. . . Within the year the proud uny ieldiii Czar, Has bid defiance to the allied host ; Widow'ahive mourned the cruel fsto of war, Their children beggared and their bupanda lost. Homes are made desolate and drear - , Peace and contentment turned to bitter woe,' - Songs that were wont the laboring swain to cheer, Become the requiem of a fallen f 9c . - Hungary in ruin, still her fortune moarns, -: But anxiously anticipates the time, When her unshrinking and triumphint sons, Shall trample down the tyrants yielding line. Poland still writhe3 beneath the galling yoke. And anxiously awaits her sons return, France for a miracle has not revoked, The edicts of Hortense's tyrant son. Albion, the proud presumptious isle, . " ", . Still stretches wide the lions grasping paw, ; And Spain, involved in anarchy, awhile . Has triumphed over order, peace and law. Home, in her ruins stands in grandeur still, To tell where Cicero where Pompey was ; Greece struggling for her freedom with a will, Invokes the shade of great Themistocles. On the broad bosom of the Amazon, The puffing steamer plows her busy wayj Brazilian policy has softened down, And yankee energy has gained the day. From Patigonia's wild and desert sand, To Oronoko's climes of evergreen, Where sunshine glistens on the golden land, The foreign stranger seeks a future home. America, for eighteen fifty-four, Can tell a tale of progress and of bloody Her sons have fallen bsfore the Indians power, Their bones are whitening on the dey-ert sod. Her lightning veins have spranglsd far and wide, To bear her edicts to each distant verge, Her legislative councils have decreed, JNew members from the prairies shouid emerge. And Kansas and Nebraska from the wilds, Have come to join the great confederate band, To aid the mother in her heavy toils, And cultivate her fertile prairie land. Their towns and hamlets dot the country o'er, And promise life and ever busy throngs. With dome and spire and monumental tower, And halb of justice regulating wrongs. The party strife which long divided men, But only caused a healthful contest here, Has died amid the fitful changing scene, Of science, politics and foreign war. But sources new of still more fearful strife, Are clouding o'er the horizon of peace, The party elements are seeking lif?, And phoned feelings striving for release. A war of sections threatens to destroy, What intermingled contest long sustained, The north and south dark epithets employ, To break the Uciou patriots maintained. Extremest cry in accents harsh and loud, Down with the man who dare3 expression free, Unless hi3 sentiments with theirs accord, Tis then all honest, be it false or true. f We hail thee then thou lovely new born year, ' Fresh from the ashes cf departed time, And ask thy council with a trembling fear, Of dark impending dangers on our clime. Thou know est well the future and the past Then lead us through the winding way3 of time. And teach us to avoid the bitter blast, Which threatens to o'erwhslm our happy home." Will peaceful sunshine settle on otir head, Or wars red cloud bedim the horizon"? Shall hopes bright star in dark dispair be hid, Or shine to cheer the western denizen? Will party strife assume the fearful mood, Of angry loud recriminating tone ? Or will some genius speak a kindly word, To soothe the passion and to still the storm? Speak gentle goddess of the coming year, And say thefreesoil and proslavery strife, Shall never blanch the maidens cheek wilhfsar, Disturb the daughter or distress the wife. What shall the progress of onr Kansas be, Onward, advancing in ascending line. Shall we a teeming populace display, Rich in the blessings of their happy home? In thine omnipotent prophetic skill, Tell us the promise of our youthful town; Shall we in richness and in splendor dwell, Or have we reached our acme of renown ? Shall Leavenworth be sung in future rhyme, ; Or shall her name be lest amid the wail, Which will ascend in distant coming time, O'er mouldering wigwams oathe Indian trail? We bid thee listen to oar own report, " And grasp the pencil of prophetic rhj mc, - Our embryo city shortly will invite, The whirl of busi ness and the active throng, The sounding hammer at the early dawn, Will mingle with the business of the hour, The church bell sounding on the Sabbath morn, Will call the christian to the house of prayer. We ask thee now to visit other lands, And tell us what developments are there, Will Russia conquer freedoms struggling bands, Or will the allies sicze the conquered Czar? Shall Kossuth gain the great maternal aid, And join his countrymen in Hungary, And crush the Austrians faithless double head, And shout at home his glorious victory? Shall Warsaw's proud and patriotic men, Invade the land where once they dweltin peace? Shall Turkey eonquered or triumphant frown, Upon the efiorts of expiring Greece ? Will Spain continue to insult her God, And revel in the halls of luxury ? Will France submit to young Napolean?3 rod, Her freedom grace his dance of revelry. Will Chilian powers encourage enterprize," And proud Brazil invite our yankee trade ? . And on the bosom of her rivers prise, The business that Americans have made ? Will Europe send to Amazonian's land, Her starving hordes to find a plenteous board, Where f ertilcsoil and rich profusion lend, Inviting prospects to the world abroad? And lastly, will the printers bills be paid ? And will the people patronize the press ? The surest method of increasing trade, And saving men and women from distress. Will they send in advertisements by scores, Expanding business by such honest plans, Showing the world thair offices and stores Through such magnetic and attractive means? A happy New Year to each one of you, The Editor the Devil and the Cook, Be ever to your duty firm and true, For science hangs uoon the printers stick. May each advance the Carrier his fee, And buy of him" this annual Address," May plenty crown our land of liberty, God, in his mercy, every mortal ble33. An individual was airested the other day in Cincinnati, endeavoring to pick a man's pocket. He said he was'nt used to the bu siness and was just tryingto gdbis hand in. Bob ! ty'sitting on ttat side of the cars -you aro missing ail the sights on thb side.' im ever minav a im, jl siu signing au me .ur . ' " Aa bid lady, fceicg late at church, enter- . d the congregation were rising for prayer. 'La, said she, ccurtesying, 'don't git up on my account r Elissonri Steaxsi Planing - 'Builders 1Tchifrodin3-Sdsht- ' Door .and A: "Blind FadoryVfllind Lvmber Yard, Corner of . Walnut Sr 9ih streets', St. Loui$. WE have erected a iakge steam mill' for the purpose of manufacturing and keeping on hand an assortment of doors, sash, blinds, mantels, base, shelvmgs, ror 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 reouired. Resplit- ting, ripping, scroll and circular sawing,' plow ing, relating; also mouldings of very variety or pattern prepared at snort notice..--- : v' j Ueing 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 . Considering the low rates of freight; carpen." ters and others about to erect buildings- on the lines of railroad running into St! ; Louis, or on. tae 31issouri or Mississippi rivers,- will hnd 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. fi"AH orders will receive' prompt attention, lerms Casn. --.:. sep 15 . SAWYER & McILVAIN. Dr. E. W.' Brown, Occulist, vksss, RESPECTFULLY tenders his nro- Sigfejp f essional services to the citizens of "v:ocr3- upper luusuuri ami uie imisaa .ter ritory. Having carried on an Eye infirmary for several years past in Platte cityy Mo.; and having treated a large numner or patients wnn almost every description of diseased Eyes,' he flatters himself that pe will be able to give satis faction to all who may desire his services. Hi3 infirmary buildings are larjre and Tittad up so that patients are not only well accomodated but under his immediate care. The cost of beinsr cured at his establishment is comparatively small when traveling and other, expences to bt. Louis or anvother 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 would, also, mcs: 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 at 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. II. Adams, at the Herald office. nov 21. '54,ly Edwards & Busliiiell. sT'STZ-Fl BOOl iiliP' m5' 12( BOOKSELLERS & STATION- 124, Fourth Street, St. Louis, , Constantly on hand the most complete assortment of School, Classical, Med ical and Miscellaneous books and stationery of rery variety at the lowest possible prices. Leavenworth, K. T., Sept. 15th, ly Fisizcr & Zubrod. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in groceries, wines, liquors, cigars &.c, Seed. st. cor. of vine. C -1. C4- T? Mr. LEWIS X. BEES, Leavenworth, K. TV - DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, oueensware. boots &; shoes, hats caps. ready-made clothing, hardware, cutlery, cast ings, stoves and tinware' window-glass, oils, paints, &c, &c. Intends to J.eep constantly on hand a full and complete assortment of. all ar ticles usually found in a retail store, and par ticularly such as arc suited to the pioneer set tlements, and will sell them as low for cash on ly as they can be purchased m any town on tne Missouri river. Corner of Broadway and xevee. Leavenworth, Sept. 15, 1854. M. F. CO.VWAY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, CONYEYAN cer end General Property Agent, Leaven worth, Kansas Teiritory. Persons wanting to purcnase or desirous to sell claims to town lots in Leavenworth, or to land, anywhere m the Territory, are requested to call asabove, or communicate by letter. Oct. 20, 18o4. JOIIV DOXIPHAX. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Weston Mo., con tinues to practice his profession at Weston, and will attend tne adjacent Courts in Kansas Territory. TSepL 29. L. D. Eibd . Wax. II. Miller Weston, Mo. Leavenworth, K. T. BIBB &, MILLER ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. C. C. ANDREWS ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Fort Leavexwokth, K. T. SAMUEL M. LYOXy 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. McCKEA ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Residence. Salt Creek, Kansas Territory. Office in Leavenworth. TSept. 15. A. W. HAZELRIGG, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT I.AW. Leavenworth, K. T. Office next door to Her ald Office. TSept. 15. A. J. WHITNEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AND GENERAL LAND AGENT. Leavenworth, Kansas Territory. -Will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care. - TSept 15. C. W. Qabcock, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT UI.W. Leavenworth, Kansas Ter' v. . - . . , . iSept 15. JONH HARVEY DAY, M. B. Leavenworth, Kansas Territory. - Sept 15. B. II. T WOMB Li Y. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. HAS permanently located at Leavenwonn for the practice of his profession, and will attend all Courts m the Judicial District m which Leavenworth is situated. " Sept 15. Chaies Eeifa, M. D. " Leavenworth K. T Offiee on the levee, in the first' tent north of thJ big elm tree. -. . : Sep. 22, lbo4. Union Mutual Life Insurance Co. GS State Sired Boston Mass. CAPITAL, 409,000, & CONSTANT ly increasing for the benefit of those in-r sured. Charter Unlimited . A. J. WHITNEY, . " General Agent for Kansas and Nebraska. Sept. 15. , .... n GEORGE D. STEVEXSOar Forwarding, Storage cV Commission Agent, : . ,. , - " Leavenworth, K.T. . . Oetf 27, 1854. . A . :-, ' 'i- .. JF' U.M2 JV M T IT JR JE V IN STORE and for sale low to close, 20 Bureaus, ' . . , 1 Doz. Tables, V r - . 25 Beb Sleads; ' - . - l'Doz. Lounge?, ' ;'' -'' ' ' - 128 Doz. Chairs at ' . ; TUTT & BAKER'S. Westen, Oct, 13 185L " , ; : , . ; , : Corner ofJa'irj, and, Delaware Streets " M THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to ad. LLnpunce to their friends and the travelling public that the Y have opened a large and com modious' Hotel in the town "of Leavenworth'" K. T., anT are prepared to receive guests, either transient or permanent. ; They pledge- them selves 10 use uneir. utmost -exeruons 10 piease those who may favor them with a call, 1 ' - Vl' ; Oct. 13, 1854:: ;A.:c kyle:$ :- John Jr. HEXTZ, ; ; : . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ; GROCERIES . AND . PROVISIONS, .Water Street. Leavenworth. Has onened at his new building a" stock of goods, which he oners to the citizens or . Leavenworth and tne surround ing country on the mostf avorable terms.' He will from tim3 to time replenish his-stocksoias to Keep on Hand a full assortment or articles in tne above line'..., .-y- .l. .- ; " ;--cLctfi3-tr. y-. . Just PuWislied. -3 . C! MITH'S ' Modern and Ancient Geography,5 accompanied Dy a large and vaiuaDie auas, also a beautiful map of the Roman Empire, -to aid in the study of Ancient Geography. ' This man wilVlso be ofreatnse in the stodv-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 lerntones. or - . ' NEBRASKA AND KANSAS, with their boundaries laid down on the map f the United States. ' Price $1, sent by mail, pbs- no6-3m - - Publishers, New York. Provisions Wanted -' THE undersigned will pay rash 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. T. - -Ocfc 13 1854 tf. Keller & Kyle. JFrics9 Cheap Vomer Corner of Jllain JITarket Sis., JVesfon, Mo CALIFORNIA and Kansas Emigrants -will find at the above locality, the largest and cheapest stock of ready made clothing.. INDIA RUBBER GOODS, BLANKETS, &C.f Ever oiferedn 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 at. Louis." bept. 2U. . mJIamnioth Stock . 7F 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 clothinir. ever brought to this market, consisting of all sizes and varieties of goods, sufficient to supply tne entire trade and demand or Kansas lernto- ry and Platte county, during the season. . The principle articles contained in the above stock of goods, consists in fine Clothing, Cassi mere,, Tweed Fall and Winter Coats j very fine silk, satin, cloth and cashmere vests, and a great -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. fcc.ir ! i , ; '.--. . i .'uu. 70,000 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. 29, -54. .... TJanny, 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. ALFRED CUN3fOfGIIAM, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. XEAY 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. SeptJ29, '54. ' MATHEW PARK'S . , MARBLE WORKS, CORNER 5th and Washington Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Having the largest establishment in Saint Louis, we now hajg,ihe most com plete assortment -Reb offered, and respectfully solicit the attention of purchas ers to our Stock of Egyptian and Italian . iVIARBLE 1V1ANTLES, -J.OMB AND IjrRAVE " ' ' STONES, Monuments of every style, hydraulic cement, plaster of paris, fire bricks, white sand, together with every thing connected with the trade. "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. . .."V.' '. . : TO KANSAS IMMIGRANTS. STEAM Ferry Boat.- The under- lai signed with pleasure announce to all persons imigrating to Kansas, California, Ore gon and Salt Lake city, that they have purchas ed a new, safe and commodious Steam Ferry Boat, toply between Weston and Fort Leaven worth. All parsons .who may wish to cross the Missouri 'at 'this point, " may rest assured that every exertion will be extended to them to in sure a speedy and safe transit across the' river. Call and tryus. - ' r' ' - Sept. 15. WELLS & WASHBURN.;1 "ST. GEORGE HOTEL." Comer of Main and Thomas streets, -,; 7 - : .. W"eston Mo? -: '- v. - M: THE subscriber would inform the pub lic that he has fitted" up this large and magi iacent Hotel, in the very best style- It s the U rgest, 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. . ', n Sept. 15.. ; .. RI CHARD PEMB ERTON. PS? Dr. Hooper's Female Cordial. . Avaluble remedy for suppression of the Men ses whites, painful menstruation, importen cy or barrenness, sallow complexion, headache, dizziness,' weakness of nerves, and all diseases which arise from the most perfect, saf eV 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 suppression4 of the menses, flour abus or whites, falling of : the womb, headache, frightful dre a msfce.,' caused by colds checked perspiration, excesses,' over excitementi &c.'j is V DR. HOOPER'S FEMALE CORDIAL.' s' Several jadies in the dity whphave suffered for inanv years wilh,tfie 'above comDlaints and5 have employed; Our moSt eminent physicianl without und have been 'soeedily and nermknentiv cured by its' use. If (here -are safirers in -St, , Louis, they can rely upon Lr.- rj.oo.per:a j?emaie vor- dial as a sate pleasant ana nectuaj remeuy. -- Price $1 per bottle, or Efcibottlss'f or $5. i For sale at Dr. Easterly's female midi cine store, corner third and chesnut stretsi St. Lou- 19, -MO.- ; : ': . , , Cr. Eiasterly'ycrsaLlfage. JT ' HEgfeatest remedy for ejrpellrng' wonni ; froar.children. The most Safe, pleasant aad effectual medicine known for -the removal!. of worms, from childrin is Dn Easterly's Vermin : v Parents and' guardians having the charge of children, 'should watch carefully the symptoms or worms m their cmidren, and as soonjas eymp toms indicate their presence, they should resort at once to the usefor Dr.'. Eastefy'Termifugel inure ciuiaren aie zrora -worms' to an ail' oxner diseases, and more miserable object can scarce ly be imagined than a child ufiering under the ordinary symptoms of worms Parents, mark thisi-will yon not blame yourselves if your chil- areii axe uiaijuu uiu noj, use Jjr. iaasteriys ver-mifnge- in time F -The- vermifuge will remove every species or worms from the system in six or eight hours efter taken.-- - .. .. i Price, 25 cents per Jotwe.: ? ; 1 i-a t -sCa For sale at Dr. Easterly's female medicine store, south-east corner of third and che,snut sts. St. Louis, Ma: . ' ' J. '" : tSeptl.15, lB'54 . Dr. Hunter's German Bitters, -j FOR the cure of livercomplaint,, dyspepsia jaundice, biliousness, loss of appetite, head ache, habitual cosfiveness, and all diseases aris ing from aldisordered' liver, or digestion! These bitters possess remarkableinvigOrating" strengtheng and and restorative , . properties, which ive ,tone and vigor to the digestive, or gans, and make them invaluable for Liver Com plaint, Jaundice, Dyspessia, and all other disea ses caused froaya 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 reeomra'ended to persons suffering with a disorderei liver, or indigestion, loss of appetite, nervous irritation, headache habitual costive ness, general debility, and a variety of com plaints which it is impossible to describe. If there are sufferers in Weston, they are ad vised totake these bitters. - Price 50 cts. per bottle, or six bottles $2 50. , Fox rsale at ; J)r. Easterly's family, medicine store," corner of third and cheshut streets St. Louis, Mo. ' Dr. Cook's Magic Hair Oil. I7OR the preservation, beauty, growth and ?: restoration of the hair. It ha slong been the desire of persons troubled with stifT, 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- J iL.L ' . - coverea ior tuat pui puse, 13 dr. cook's MAGIC HAIR Oli. 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 arid wavy. It is admitted by all to be the greatest invention ofthe'age.for beautifying the hair and rendering it pemanenu . .,''. 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 tne witcmng curl." Price, 50 cents per bottle. : For sale at Dn Easterly' family medicine store, corner of third and chesnut streets, Saint Louis. . . -. . ., . . Dili EASTERLY'S OMP.OTJND EXTRACT OF IODINE AND J Sarsaparilla, for the removal and permanent cure pf diseases arrismg rrom an impure state of the Ulood or habit or the system, viz : Scrofula, or King's Evil, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, ..Pimples, on the Face, -Blotches, Biles,1 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, Nervons Affections, General Debility, - Neuralgia or Tic Doloureux, Cancers, Goitre j White Swellings, diseases arrisingfrom an in- - judicious use or JVlercury, Exposure of im prudence in life, Female Irregularities, also, . CIIEONIC 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,1 Yellow Dockj and tne rlynouate 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 Urinaryt Organs, restoring them to a healthy action, enabling them to perform the functions which nature de signed. It is now conndently 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. FOR SCKOFGXA Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla is rec ommended a3 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 th& body, and by removing the cause, renders the cure certain and permanent. INDIGESTION OR DISPEPSIA. No medicine, perhaps, has ever been discov ered which gives so much tone to the stomach, and causes tne secretion of nealtny gastric juice to digest the food, as Dr. . Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla. No one has used it. for such com plaints without benefit. . RHEUMATISM. Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla Is used with the greatest success in . rheumatic com plaints, especially sucn as are enromc. It cures by driving out all impurities and foul humors which have accumulated in 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. , - : : w FOR MERCURIAL 'AND "VENERIAL' DISEASES, AFFECTING THE BLOOD, GLANDS, CORDS, : " JOINTS AND ; BONES i:z 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 erauicator or tne most yiruietpoi- 50ns, occasionea ' oy iviercuriai ana V enerial faints, which resist the action of all other rem edies. ' It will cure the worst kind of mercurial diseases,-' no matter -J how- deeply it may have eaten into the frame and vital organs. It will cure the worst'eases ' of sedondory syphilis or venerial diseases, no matter - how long it may have existedj now bad, or now deeply seated in the' system; it will annihilate and expel the vL- 3 s and restore the system to a state of perfect healtn and puriry. -or ulcers in- tne moutn 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 persons who have 'reason tp suspect any impurity in their- bloody -'either hereditary or the rsult xt imprudence,', ought to purify and destroy the virus before entering in the marriage state, as they may - thereby 4 not-nly protect themselves against" "the dangers of impotence and OthCr mlsfGitirnesr but secure the Certainty of a pure andliealthy offsprin'g., ; It can bensed by persons of either sex, .with the most perfect saxeiy. -.fciu.. FOB COUGHS, COLDSj CONSUMPTION". 'AND.' DISEASES "OF -THE LUNGS A;' Dr. Easterly's Iodine, and Sarsaparilja is particularly -recommended. Bronchitis, - spit ting of blood, asthma, nigoi sweats, pain in the side. have been cured by . its . use.' It is mila and safe, but certain" and efficacious in its operation, and cannot' possibly injure the most pslicate constitutions we. earnestly recommend taose atiiicted to give it a trial. ; . -, .r ; - 1 ' IN"" ALL DISORDERS OF, THE KXDNETS, . BLAD DEB AND traiNAKV SCANS, FOB DROPST, iiitm iKB trr t:cmi Aitx;'; -Dr. EasterrTsIddike and ' SaMa'parilla, -li the best and only,Extract that otrht to housed. In these complaints this "medicine has performed" most astonishing cttreaLu l) gi'J :L ; r vi' vts i: f'rJ'iO il CT ro ?illLSTu,t DISEASES tVj : r 1;;;. : No lansruaffe can convey an -adeauate Idea of the immediate' arid' almost iniraeulotisr change which is producad by .the use of. Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparillaon the diseased,. debil itate and shattered nervous- system. 'Whether brckeidown by excess,-, weak by; nature,-or im paired by .sickness, tne unstrung, and relaxed or ganizatin Is at once "revived, and built nrp. In case- of .aeuxalgia, ; jiervous. Jbeadache, . loss of memory,- general- prpstraUpn, nervousness, ver-J tigo,3 pain in. the nervis cf the 'face, and 'the various train x peryou3 :aijecvwn5 j.t .wju pro duce a cure m an -astonis.hMig.Briort penod of time.-' The lefTeet of this medicine: is to - give permanent .Irelief to the sufferer, and to restore the shattered and debilitated constitution to, its pristine health 'and vigor", v - - "-' LiliU j.':t.".TQi THB LADIES,- v,''X: : : rrSli Ladies of pale complexion and consumptive habits,- and such as are debilitated" from any of the obstructions incident to the sex, such as ob structed or painful menstruation, hour albus or whites, green .sickness; also, excessive flow of the menses, barrenness, tycl, an be restored by the' use of, two or three bottles of Dr. 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- uivm oemg pieasant, mey reaany laice ii. i it immediately restores the appetite, strengtn and color. . Nothinsr. can be-more surnrisinff than its invigorating- effects upon- the: nu'man rrame. . jf ersons, all weakness and. lassitude be fore taking Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsapa- nua,-ac once become- robust and full of energy under its influence. It-, immediately contracts the nervelessness of the female frame. " DK.' EASTERLY'S IODINE AND SARSAPARILLA -MS AhVONDERFUL PURIFIER 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 01 aimosr any specieses or disease. . ; 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, ana lace nommg else. Price 1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. A liberal discount made to wholesale purchas ers. For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medi cine storey souiiieast corner of inird and Cues nut streets, St. Louis, Mo. ga" Sold by all the druggists in Weston, and by all the principal dealers in medicine in every town m me western, btatcs. Lbept. lo, lo4. Dr. Easterly's FEVER 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 trie west. This popular remedy has now been before the people two years, and daring tiiat time about TWENTY-"FIVE THOUSAND BOTTLES have been sold, and in no instance has if failed to effect a permanent cure as far as heard from of to give entire satisfaction to. tne 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. -; !3Read the testimony from John Miller &, Co.: .: ' E vans ville, 111., Oct. 20,1853. 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 lever,' but none has given such entire satisfaction as vour fever and ecrue 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, beaii.og date August 10, IboS. Dr. Easterly Dear Sir: When I was in rsur city in March last, I purchased one dozn bot tles cf your lever and ague killer, wiich you warranted to me. 1 have sold seven of tne do zen bottles, which I also warranted. Your medicine has given entire 5atisf'Xtion so far, it having effected several cut s rt the chills and fever.- One case particular y a lady who had been aiiheted since the latter part of last sum' mer, and Had tried a great many remedies, be sides having a physician part cf the time, all of Which failed, bhe bought a bottle of your med icine, and before she had used one-third of it, she was entirely cured, and has enioyed srood health ever since. . In no case has it failed to ef- ject a permanent cure. - - liespectiully your7s. JOHN S. CRUMP. P. S. I will be in your place again shortly, and will buy -more largely. JN. JJ. Ask for Dr. Lasterley's fever and ague killer, and take no other, and you are safe. A liberal discount made to wnolesale dealers. Price, Si per bottle, or six bottles for $5. Tor sale at Dr. Easterly's family medicine store, south-east corner' of third and chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all the Druggists m Weston, and by all the principal dealers in medicine in every town in the western states. , Sept. 15, 1854. DR. CARTER'S COUGH BALSAM, FOR the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Pain in the side and breast, Pleurisy, WThooping 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 urug gis'ts, Physicians, and all who have used it to be the most effectual curative known. consumption. . - No disease incident to our climate is so univer sal, and at the same time so 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 tomo uy tnis areaa nanouai utsease. Consumptive Reader ! Beware of niere pal liative medicines. - The object of nearly all the medicines now offered for diseases of the lungs, is to relieve and nos to cure., fcucn is not the case with Dr.. Carter's Cough Balsam. . In colds and coughv whicl are the first symptoms of con sumption, it is toe-most pleasant- and emcacious remedy that can possibiv be used. In confirm ed Consumption ,it has been used with perfect and triumpnant success, when the most eminent pnysiclans had .given up all nope as vain, ao confident i3 the proprietor of its power to cure Tuberculous Consumption, that he solicits a trial in the worst of cases. . . -, . . , .. ... SPITTING OF BLOOD. . :; : . This " f risrhtf ul symptom of consumption is speedily checktd and prevented by. the use of Dr. Carter's cougn xaisam,. wuica neais tne affected'membrane, removes tne incipient tuber cles, and restores ; those , vital organs, tha lungs, to a sound ana iieaituy cpnoiuqn. - : t, : . ' . . DbCARTErV .COUGH, BALSAM , is a great; expectorant, y It dissolves the morbid and diseased matter. in the? air pass ages, changes it from5 a thick glutinous substance, to a thin harmless fluid, and throws it off with the great est" possible , ease; and comfort bo' the1 patient. There is no better .medicine in the world if its expectorant qualities alone, be considered. r;: : '. ix't'he'sipe ' w , .. . . - This distressing - sy mptom of c'onsumption Arises from inflammation of the lungs or mem bract called the.-Plvura -or f rcoa . bjvnrhlal af fection fe'ar?-pisfeage'4aR5ef IK W uauftciuua muiuinun yr ttir"",, I Sreyents full andiree breathing,apd wears away" iv7"- - -vi,ui,'.osicui. ue cause thlS SVnmf Attl cinn1r))iaV.m Art . - - - -r nothing can possibly ffecitSat object 0 fipeed. lll bappfly; as:br. Cart6r' Cougl FbszL which is arwiys-saf e and salutary4 in its- tfiei ott the' constitution. iuc t:-.iiA .1 .f Jjg In cases of consumTti .t.'..t - -. more or less affected, amUlso, the-gp1een, pleu?a and small intestines. Th.effetl)niatar Cough, Balsam in diseases :of the liver, especial ly if it be of an ulcerous nature, is direct and powerful. Simple disease of the liver unatten ded by consumption is speedily cured by'its list.' The harsh dry winter cough which afflicts YL teople and invalids in a low state of Jiealth, can ie effectually cured bv-the us f fir. r.rtt. Cousrh Balsam. If warms, moistna anA aHm lates the whole breathingrapjar1afa:p4irifies and animates the bjood, improves the secretive power of the liver,spleen and other large glands,' auu, lueesmve -organs,- and lmpartsjaew life to the wan and emaciated system. '""'"'.' -bronchitis. ' -! ;,,"T Bronchitis. 1 difficulty of "'breatMnir: l f.w.W COUfrh. a slimv Pirnpctoration. with fV. c , . , j r 7 vub, symptoms caused by an affection of the air tuber ai .iiT 1 j ' ' mi 1 ..... icau.ug uwm lue turout to me lungs, are direct J ly and specifically affected and -cured by the us of Dr. Carter's Cough Balsam. This is a very painful, wearing and injurious complaint and - j - w Auuauic auu, snrrAn TtiA lrtnr artA tne1iv inJn'. u K - . forms of pulmonary disease. Be warned' in time, ye afflicted, and employ this valuable, rem - ,4 . . r, '. ' XJCPECTORATlOJi." -.1'. r.: Free exDectoration is th moat' Imnnrf aAl- T- ject to be attained in all attempts to cure diseas so distressing is simply the result of a desire to expectorate; and as long as foul matter exists in the air DaSSaeS. it -W-ill Vnntfmin fn irHf-nt the membrane aud provoke a cough., Cough ing is an attempt to tnrow off. this matter, and expectoration gives great relief, inability to ex pectorate in the latter stno-es of pnnsumntion ia the cause of. death. . " SPASMODIC ASTHMA. -For simple or SDasmnilif asthmsHYorn no better remedy than Dr. Carter's Couch Balsam. aixis Mispressing urease wnicn resists.aimost 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. ' - EVERY FAMILY should be supplied with Dr. Carter's Cough Balsam, to U33 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. ' ' ' ''- ' Br. Easterly's Pain Killer. FOR 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 control'over all pain 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 mia utes. In a word, it is - . - j , 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 SU Louis, and all pronounce it the most speedy and effectual curative Ihey have ever used. . - -' - DR. EASTERLY'S PAIN KILLER, : Is beyond ail doubt the most certain remedj ever discovered for pains in the Stomach, pain in the side, breast, back and limbs. It is als an infallible remedy for colic, diarrhce, cholera morbus, 'painters eOiic, wind in the stomach and bowels, dyspepsia, sore throat, headache, Sec. CAUTrON TO THE PUBLIC- 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 ab-oad. Therefore, be sure to ask for Dr. Easterly's Pain Killer, and take no other, and you are safe. P'ice, 25 cents per bottle; five bottles for $1. For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine Store, southeast corner of third and Chesnut streets, St. Louis. Dr. Baker's Specific. A safe and certain cure .for gleet, strictures seminal weakness, and all diseases of the genital organs. This popular and specific rem edy is now offered to the afilicted and warranted to cure all cases of gonorrhoe gleet, strictures, seminal weakness, and all 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 n 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 riot neglect it. Delay is dangerous-. With Dr. Baker's Specific you can Cure 3"ourself, and thus prevent all exposure. This medicine will speed ily and effectually cure the most- virulent- caseji of Secret Disease, and eradicate irevery particle- of infectious matter from the system, and restore-' the patient toa perfect state of Health Jand PuT ' rity. ,: .. ' , -, ; . y. ' 'F Price, $1 50 per bottle. -For sale at Dr. Easterly's: Family' Medicine Store, Southeast corner, of Third and Chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo. ' Dr. Easterly's American Oil Iini iracnt. . 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 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 arid established efficacy, forms a safe and suro remedy for Rheumatism, Bruises, SprainsyCtra Wounds,-Burns, Scolds, Old- Sores andt Ulcers, Scald Head, Tetter; Ring Worm, Erysipleals Piles, Cancers, Stiff Joints, Caked Breasts, JPar alysis, Contracted Tendons, or Cords, and also for Strains, Spavin, Scratches, Chafes, sad dle and. collar' galls, sores, wotmds, fistula, sweeny and pole evil in Horses. This liniment has a direct and powerful action upon the secre- tory and absorbnet vessels stimulating them to a healthy action, thus enabling them to throw off the morbid or diseased 'matter 'which 'c-b-struct3 the circulaiibrirthus. .removing , all . dis ease or injuries ofbones, muscles, cartillages nerves andskin;1' ' 1 ' ' " - " One bottle will convince the most skeptical of .-j its-wonderful, efficacy, in curing-. briisies, sprains; rheum atism, pains, soreness arid stiff ness of the joints; &c.-' - - t '-'-.--I -J- r-! i .-Dr.; Easterly. American Oil .Liniment Is, without exception, the mostly aluable. remedy Vver compounded for all diseases of man or be as xequiring an external ,dp'plicatipn.-.'-j:f j Price 25 cents per bottle, .or live bottles for i , i-j t: , tf-c'siii.i 0 vi 'n'Ji . ' A liberal discount 'made to wholesilerpur;. chasers who buy to sell again. ...'. . r,.. For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine store, southeast corner ; of i Third i and. Chesnvt streets, St. Louis, jMo . j... y'.r,;.,-. ? tSi FRANCE. 5i: D. H A8 located in I Leavenworth: forthe pntfe". rice ot 'xueaicene. (um.ee .r&i. we urur tre -o ifrreaee ft O." If i 1 VSk;'."