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way, New York.
Bend lOels ttr bis new book, .with Photo-
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iter cove. Beware of cheats who pretend
Vtotuinish Dr. Sherman's treatment.
ii One of these fellows, a gormnn clerk, now
, ; calling himself It. W. (. Crempien. is indict
,: ifil on complaint of Dr. S- and awaits trial lor
forgery ana em Detainment. 4w
An old physician, retired from practice, having re.
tived from an Kast India missionary the formula of a
r . jirapl vetntable remedy for speedy and permanent
tiire of contirmption, branchiti, catarrh, attkma, and all
throat and lung affections; also tur for nerrons dp
bility and all neirmifi complaint, after harinff ttpi
ite onratiTe powers in thousand a of oases, tins folt it his
dutytomnkeit known to his suffering fellows. Active
ated by a desire to relieve human suffering, I will send
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a Kntrlinh, withy directions. Address, with stniiip,
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Send tor Ri'ducuri Jhiee List ot
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mation for every
plating the pur
chase of any art icle
or agrlcnltnral use. Tree to any Address.
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m'sssa thcDETE otives
OK KUKOHK AM) AMKU1CA
J Or Life inthkSecuki' Skiivich. A selection
ot celebrated eases. A revelation of the most
renowned detectives of the globe, for tlie past
2.VHH.VS. It (Hsuloses some of the tnest marked
instances of deep laid plans of mischief and
outrage ever recorded by pen or pencil. Illus
tratert with full page engravings. foO pages.
We otfer extra inducements tm iigents.un.l pay
freight charges on books For terms address ihe
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shooting; tuakins and. usinsr trHps, snarps and
nets; buits and baitiug; preserving, stretching,
dressing, tunning uml dyeing sliins and fuis,
fishing, etc. Wilh tifiv engravings. 20 cents,
TaxiUermisi's Manusl, 5, Dog tiaining.25.of
booksellers or bvimiil. JESSE HANEY As Co.,
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.Tesse-Haney & Co., Hit Nassan Street, N. Y .
few people are awnve of the wonderful pro
gress t at art has made lu this country during
the last quarter Ot" a century It i but a few
decades slnco, that those who desl'-ed to beau
iifyand adorn their homes, woie obligod to
luoend almost entirelv on foreign artists. But
; such a state of atfairs in this age of progress
and improvement coniu not lust long wun tne
great American people, (ie.nius from tlie Kust
totbe West, from the North to the (Suit of Mexi.
eotvn the south, answered the demand for
'' beauty, mate and refinement, and to-day our
leading artists are not surpassed by tho leud-
'W( modern masters of Art in Europe.
tireat Art publishing establishments have
: sprung up, and by various processes the finest
and most expensive paintings are renrodueed
: in all their eletnmoe and beaut v, ami at a price
. within tho means of the masses. So that no
' one need be without tho refining influences of
beautiful pictures at ))ine.
Among tho progressiva leading Art Publish-
Ingllrms of the eoUntry. we take the plessure
in mentioning ueorg t Btinson no , ot rort
land, Mjine; they were among the first in the
business, and we can only understand the co
lnunnl nvnnnrtlnnn their trade has assumed bv
I remembering thut this is a great and mighly
I ' Nation of nearly fifty million people. We can
I, not bettor illustrate the magniiude of their
' business than to sta'e the amount of money
Niiftiil hv them for postage stamps during the
,'earl!S7Cj we have the figures diroot from tho
HItn,'Or WO SUOUlll iiuiik uioitj w biiii? mis.
take. Thev naid for postage stamps during
' the year 1876, thlrty-tl.ree tnousanu one mm.
I dred and lour dollars and nine-two cents (433;.
I . 104 te'i,) and, in connootion with this it should
I be remembered that only the small orders
I were sent bv mail, the larorer going by express
I. and freight. Geo. Stinson's & Co's. agents are
to be found in every State in the Union and
Dominion of Canada, and in every county with
, l scaioeiy an exception.
Long since, mis enterprising nrm recogmzop
the value of printer's Ink Judielouslv used in
advertising, and they inf rm us that without
it thev could nevor have extended their busi
ness us it is to-day, In three times the number
of years, A short time since they paid in a
Btiiirln dav twenty-four thousand dollars
t 124.000 00) on a contract for newspaper adver
..feting. They evidently long since tound the
tfbad to success and have neither turned to the
right or the lett. xuree tilings are necessary
lor eminent siicceas in uubiul-i; nrm, manu
al! honest goods that the people generally
need ana nesire, let tnein ue tuu uest. wuut
ever the line of business, (second, let your
prices be rest onable as low as possible.
Third, lt the people know what you have, and
wliat you can uo, uy iiueriu unu poibibwjhi uu.
vertlslng. and you will find low prices, made
. lvo a
nowa ana piovea, win oring iruue mat win
a larger income man cud ue uiaua id itny
tber w,av. augio-uomawiy
Pra Month m ImnuV B 1 D I V
utOmddUmImiIkiI I K H 11 Wm I
to.. .ihwi nk. I inn, raiiip.ia
The r.eatllttff Jonrnai of the Mtsv
' HHlppt Valley,
The liLOiiK-pK.Moi (UT.sliioe itsestabllshmrnt
In lsT.l.by tho consolidation of tho two Ucpub
liean morning newspapers of 8t. 1Oiils. has
maintained an unquestioned place In the fixnt
rank of Western journalism. Its growth in
buslnessHnd In circulation hnsbeen st'mly and
anlntercupted.and, aa it multitudes ot readers
will testily, its growth in all the essentials of iv
first lass newspaper has kept steady paeo with
the advancement of Its patronage, until to-dny
it stands without a rival In the Mississippi Val
ley or the Northwest as to all that tho people
expect from a first-class Journal.
Politically, the Olokk-Ukmockat is nnd has
been Republican In sentiment and conviction.'
Believing that the Republican party, by Its rec
ord In the past and by lis pledges to tlie future,
is the safest guardian of tho public wellare.and
organization most likely tosecuregopd govern
ment to the pooplo nnd to protect the rights of
all. wo have steadily striven for tlie advance
ment of Us standard in all public conflicts.
We have at tho same time aimed, and shall In
ihe future nun, to bo honest in criticism uml
faithful in record to express opinions candid,
ly and to tell tho truth fearlessly. Noonuse
can bo advanced in tho mind of intelligent
people by suppressing the truth, or by nt
.tempting to color the facts of everv day historv
The proprietors of thn (iI.oiik-D'kmockat can
point with pride to the record which this
journal has made in the past as an enterprising,
active and energetic collator of current news
political, local and commercial. In this re
spect they have no rival In ht. Louis, or In the
West. With a viuilant corps of reporters iu
tho city, and of correspondents at all tho prin
cipal news centers East and West, thev nave
obtaincd.without regard to expense, and in ad
vance of nil their coteinpnraries, tho leading
incidents of each day's history, nnil In Tnrariv
notable instances tiny have distanced ail
Western rivals in the fullness and detail ol tho
news thus obtained.
For tho fullness and accuracy of its Commer
cial and Market Reports tho Hu.liK-IKMorHA r
has been especially noted in the past, and with
renewed exertions in this direction, we can
snfely promise to hold in the future the pro
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the VVcNtern District of Missoui I :
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on in -Hid Distriei, 2 o'clock. .' m.. r n the
Hill day of December. A. 1). l!77.
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Ol M lierlv. 111 I lir- cuiillH i. Kahilidpl'. and
S'hic el MiuiM i. withlM Midi Disti d . hu !, ,
been luljudiri-d n b.Htikni;it, upon Iii- mvn
tion.bv i lie liiilted Simes Disiriei C uiri im
said District. ,)A.MI0. HAlil'.IIT.
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It. A. Proctor, Prof lluxlcv, ! A. Frond e.
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l l acing the choicest serial and Short .stones by
i. ailing Foreign Novelists, and an amount
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I i tho world, of the most valuable Llterarv and
.' cientlfic mutter of tho day, from tho pens of
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I ii E living aue is a weekly magazine, giving
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I iry completeness attempted oy no oilier puu
I' cation, the best Kssays, Reviews, Criticisms,
'J' iles..sketchesof Travel and Discovery, Poetry,
sienune, uiograpnicai. Historical ana roiiti-
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11. V.. HAMll.roN.
deel!) Hi wit A iuili-0-
Asiuin'e'- N'n;i p of bis Appnitriuciit.
Western District d M'ssouri,
Tlie iinilersi.'iie.l herein- ei ii r.:i.e of hi
appnint m. nt as asMiMirt' ol William M. Wisduiu
mi uiiitsvi.le. in II. e county 01 ltalicoipli, ami
Sta'-e of Ml-solll'i. illllll Mild districl, who
lias been mliuil i-il a bankrupt it nun his own
pcntmn In I he. t ii i el Slates District Court for
Miid I). strict. .1 a.mrs C. liAltinir,
dcel l I'li.w.lt. A-slgnee.
in i: .Kia prcY.
This i" : give iio'ice :
i liui ii.i : he i.lih d.tv of Xevem! cr. A . I.
Is7". a warrant in I- lukruplev was Issued out
el tin- District Cnin i of the Tinted Slates for
tin- Western Distrtci of M'ssouri. ngtiinst the
suite nf Win M. Wisdom, of lltititsyille, in
me cuiinM nf Unuii. lidi, vuid slate nt Missouri,
who li is been u jij.l.t d a bankrupt on his own
petilinn: That t he imyment of an v debts, nnd
the di livery o: anv propi'i'iy liclouginr to said
bankrupt, to him, or lor his ti-c. and the trans
fer of any property by him, are forbidden by
law: That a meeting ol the creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their debts uml choose one
or more iK-iu'iiecs of Ins estate, will be held at
a Court ot Haukriiptc.v, to be ho'elen on the
7tli day of December. A. D.lSTT.at leu o'clock
a. m., al Jell'i-rson City, before Ch irle K. I loss
Register. WM. M. SMITH..
U. S. Marshal, Western District of Missouri,
UvS. O. Tenny, Depute.
Nov. lOlli, ilL.'.vJ
This is to give notice:
That on" tho 21st il iy ol November A. I).
187", a warrant in bankruptcy was issued out
of the District Court nf tho United Slides for
the Western District ut Missouri, Mgains'. the
estate of James L. Yright, of iiober!;. , iu
the county of Randolph and State ol Missouri,
who 1ms been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition; That tho 'payment of any debts, ami
the delivery of any property belonging lo said
bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and the trims
er of any property by him arc forbidden by
aw: That a nicotine of the creditors ol said
bankrupt, to provo their debts und choose one
or more assignees ol his estate, wiil beheld at
a Court of Bankrup'.cy , lo be bolder on the
12th day of December A. D.lS77.:it ten o-cloik
a.m., at Jcftersou Citv. before Charles K. iless,
Register. " WM. M. SMITH..
IJ. S. Marshal, Western District oi Missouri,
By S. O. Tonny. Deputy- nov 'J2 iltw'2t
IX BAN KRUP 1 L V .
Assignkk's Noricr. ok IDs Ai'p.hntmkn r:
We.iern District oi Missouri .:
The iiiidersigneil hereby gives noiVp of his n.
pointnii r.t as Assijure of Lucius Salisbury, of
Sali-hm v, in the ceiiniy of Chanloti, and State
ili-soii.-i. within mid district, who has been
inlj-idged a Bankri.pt upon his own petition by
the United Stales District Court fur said Dis-
lie. JM C. BABBITT, Assignee.
In the mutter of J
X. H. HAllii:, ln Bankruptcy,
A warrant iu btiukruptcv has been issued by
the cmirt auiiinst the estate of N. II. Huire,
of the town ot Sinitliton. iuid county of Pettis,
in the State ot .Mi-souri, in said District, ad
judged a bankrupt upon the petition of hW
creditors; and the payment of any Uobts and the
delivery of any property belouging to said
bankrupt, to him or lo his use, and the transfer
f anv property bv him tire forbidden bylaw.
A meetin j of the creditors of said bankrupt
in prove their debit and choose one or mora
.s:i-u..e uf his estate will be held at a court
".f ! i. kn;p'.cy, id It- hohlcn at Jefferson City,
;n siiil District, on the l.th ilav of December,
V. D 1S77, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at his ofllce, by
C. K. H. ss, '.use el the Regist.-rs iu Bankruptcy
WM. M. SMl'l II.
United Slates Marshal.
Bv S. O. Tt.SSY.
dec iiitw (. ' Deputy as Messenger.
In the mutter of
Iu 'he Ditrtct Court ol the United States for
fie vVe-tern District or Missouri :ss
To th'i creditors of said Bankrupt:
Ti.ke notice that the second meeting of the
eve litors ol said bankrupt Will be held at the
orti -e iirOr.arlrs K. Hess, one of the Registers in
Bankruptcy for siid District, at Jetlcrson city,
conntv td'O .lr, i'.i the State of Missouri, on the
'.lib tWy nfjottiittrv. A. D. lS7.t, at It) o'clock,
a. in., tor 1 he purpose set forth in the twenty
seventh si'ciion ol the Baukrupt Act, approved .,
Mu roll and. 1.SU7. ,
J AHES C. BABBITT, Assignee.
This is to isivi notice
inn. ca Hie 21 J u w,f 'f.v,i.;.
lbr ;V'T,.n ""liloy was Issued out
of ihw District Cou or the United Slates for
mio "t , Pembroke S. Wvnn of
t.e county ol Diivicg and State of Missouri
a lio his bren adjudged a bankrupt ou his owk
;ei it on : That tU payment of auy debts, and
lie delivery of any property belonging to said
.a.ikrupi. to him. or for bis use. an5 the trans.
cr ot auy property by him are forbidden bv
iw : i hst meeting of the creditors of gaia
.....krnpr, to prove their ebts aud choose one
or i n-f .assignees of his estate, will be held at
-Court it Bankruptcy, to be'holden on tbe
Sid day of November, A. D.1877.at ten o'clock
a. m.. at Jcfler.on Citv. before Cnarles E Hess
WS' u , w WM. M. SMITH..
U. t Marshal. Tes-era District of Missouri.
aa Mrssenger. ""
By 8. O. Tonny. Deouty : J noy.29 lltwit.