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Mr. "Orcon", (lie famous 'diver, lolls
ulnjtnlnr stories of his ndrcntarcs, when
iking search in the dcop waters of the
ocan. lie gives sotno new sketches of
what he saw at the "Sil ver Bank," near
The banks of coral on which my di
rings wore made arc about forty miles
in length, And from ten to twenty in
breadth. On this bank of coral is pre
sented to llio diver onoof the most beau
tiful and Mibliino scenes tlio cyo ever
beheld. Tho water varies from ten to
eno hundred fcot in depth, and co clear
that tho diver can ice from two to three
hundred feet when submerged, with but
littlo obstruction to tho sight.
Tho bottom of the ocean, in many
plnccs, is as smooth as a innrblo floor; in
others it is studded with coral columns,
from ten to ono hundred feet in height,
and from one to eighty feet in diameter.
The tops of those more lofty support a
myriad of pyramidal pendants, each form
ing n myriad moro, giving reality to tho
imaginary abodo of sotno water-nymph.
In other places the pendants form arch
after arch, und as tho diver stands on
thi bottom of the ocean, nud gazes
through in tho deep winding avenues,
ho finds that they fill him with as sacred
sn'awe as if ho were in homo old cathe
dral which had long been buried bo
noath old ocean's wavo. Hero and
there the coral extend even to the sur
face of tho water, as if the loftier col
umns wcro towers belonging to those
stately temples that arc now in ruins
Then wcro countless varieties of di
minutive tree, shruts, and plants in
every crevice of tho corals whero water
had deposited tho earth. Tlicy were nil
o'n faint hue, owing to the pale light
th y received, although of every shade,
and entirely different from plants that 1
urn faniliar with that vegetate upon
dry land. One in particular attracted
my attention; it resembled a sea fun of
lauenso size, ot variegated colors, and
Uo most brilliant huo. The fish which
inhabit these '-Silver Hanks," I found ns
different in kind as tho scenery was
varied. They wcro of all forms, colors,
mil sizes from tho symmetrical goby
lathe globcliko tunfisli; from thusc of
the dullest huo to the changeable dol
phin; from the epots of tho leopard to
the hues of the sunbeam, from tho harm
less minnow to tho voracious shark.
Borne had heads like srjuirrcls, others
like cats and dogs, somo of small sizo
resembled the bull terrier. Some darted
trough the water liko meteors, while
othcrb could scarcely bo seen to move.
To enumerate and explain all the vari
ous kinds of fish I beheld whilo divin"
ou those banks would, wcro I enough of
a naturalist so to do, rcquiro moro than
my limits allow, for I am convinced that
most of the kind of fish which inhabit
tho trophical seas can bo found there.
Tho Bunfish, starfish, whito shark, blue
or shovel nose shark wero often scon.
ITtcro wero also fish which rcsemblel
plants, and remained as flxed in their
position as tho shrub; tho only power
hey possessed was to open and shut
when iu danger. Some of them resem
bled the roso when in full bloom, nud
were of dll hues. Thcro were tho ribbon
fish, f rom four or five inches to three
feet in length; their eyes are very large,
and protrudo liko those of a frog.
Anotncr fish is spotted liko the Icon
rd, from three to ten feet in length.
They build their bouses like beavers, iu
which they spawn, and tho msle or fe
male watches tho egg until it hatches,
I saw manv specimens of the green tnr-
tlc, somo livo feet long, which I should
weigh from 400 to 600
t'hslcfl) f Prints
We should ever havo it fixed in our
memories that by tho characters of those
whom wo ehooso for our friends our own
ia likely to bo formed, and we certainly
be judged of by tho world. We ought,
therefore, to be slow and eautious in con
tracting intimacy; nut when a virtuous
friendship is onco established, wo must
ever consider it as a sacred eugagemcnt.
A female sailor has recently confessed
her exploits. Sho is a Scotch lnssio from
Aberdeen, is now 19 years old, aid went
to sea somo years ago as a cabin boy.
She has served as ordinary seaman, but
lust yiar her sex was discovered. She
still, howovcr, wears malo apparel, and is
now working in an r.uglisu lead factory
under tho name of William Bruce.
A Greek maid, being asked what for
tune she would bring her husband, re
plied: I will bring him what gold can
not nurchaso a heart unspotted, a vir
tue without stain, which is all that de-
ccends to mo from my parents."
Tho cittzens ofBarro, Marnohusolls,al
a recent town mooing, voted to erect a
suitable monument to the memory of Sol-
diora from that town who died in the war,
The sum of four thousand dollars was
apprepriatod for that purpose
Many publio men consider themselves
the pillars of tho state, who aro moro
property tho catorpiuors ot iu state,
reaching tboir high position only by
A. schoolmarui iu England has adop
ted u uow and novel mode of punishment
when the boys disobey her rules she
btttiiils them on their heads and pours
cold water iulo their trow.ers legs. She
has applied for a patent of her invtution
It ha& boett decided lately that a boy
f jund on u man's door-step tuny not no
.osarily bv his itop sou.
THE WAY TO MAKE
13 TO USB
Applied In proper quantities with Ingenuity,
Tasto and Skill.
Tho Herald Ofilco is prepared to print
Dili, Cart!, Circtilni'H and
On the shortest notice and most rcaionablo lernif.
EVERY BUSINESS MAN
iYccd Boinctltf Mff in the way
A Store Silt, a Card or Circular
Is almost indispensable.
Who may feel disposed to favor a with
tlielr pntronngp, inny rest ntrurcd that no pnlns
Khali bo spared on our part to servo their Interests
faithfully and promptly.
A share of Public patronage Is most
Xo. T Mouth Fourth street,
8T. LOUP, MO.
Transient, Weekly ant Pay Hoarder acrttttai-
dutcd on renionoblo terms.
W Iiitionliall am! Chapman,
bEALGDS IN ALL KINDS qV
MTfli:n, TI TIMER,
IatU and &hingrluM9
Also, Manufacturers of
HASH, IMIOltft, 111.1 MIS, afcC
I..n. V..-.I .101 llnn.1tat I'tntr...
und Planing Mill, Locust utreot, between Third
All k 1 ml .4 of dressed lumber, mouldlne. A. on
num. sjuueiisg os an ttiuua unujou ofn mien
dcdlo. Jan. 5. Do 3. Ij.
Sale ot Krai ffelnfc.
TJ Y virtue of in order of tho County Court of
XJI.lncuIn County. Missouri, nt llio ruvuiuucr
Term, lSi!.',; I will fell nt publio auction, lo the
highest blddor, at tho Court House door, lu'Truy,
In said county, on mo sc.'iini uuy ni tuo icoru
ury Term of said County Court hclng
Tuesday, Ftlruary VJth 1806,
the following described Ileal Hitnto of I'll I Inn Jcr
I.oL.in, deceased, (unless previous to that i
sold nt private eontraot )
42 acres The South Kast of Sou lit West, too
tle n 20, Township 4V, rongo 2 Ens'.
4Jncrc. tho southwest of south West, f ectlon
20, township 49, rantfo 8 cast.
42 acres Tho northwest of north cast, eectlon
2D, tovnthlp 4 H, rango 3 cast.
42 acre: Th north east of north west, Section
20, township 4tf, rango 2 east.
40 acres The northwest cfaoutb west, lec
tion 20, totnhlp4V, ran o 2 east.
S3 acres The west half of north vest, section
2'.l; township 4'Jj rango 3 cast.
TKIIHH uno nair caa in nanu, ran ano unu on
n credit of nine month.; tho tiurehancr civlng
bnnd witli approved security for tho ytacnt of
luo uelcrrcu purcnam money.
UKOKUK W. IIAKDEsTV, A.lm'r.,
of rhllandct Uigat., dcccajcj.
Doc 20 at 4w.
I7INAL StTTLEMENT. Noticil hereby fiiv
. en to all persons interested that tho undersign
ed Administrator of tho estate of Ezkic! 1). Mo
Donald deceased, that he will make a final settle
ment of his administration of said citato at tho
next February term of (ho Lincoln County Court,
to bo begun and held in Troy onTucsdiy the 13th
day of February IRaa.
Jan. 5, 1 St-,Q. pd tm
IIKAl. BlliiTTB.liMKn'1. notice is Here-
by given to all persons Interested that the
undersigned administrator of tho cstato of James
White deceased, that bo will make a fiml settle-
mentor his. administration of sold citato nt tho
next February term of tho Llncolt county Court,
to bo begun aud bold In Troy on Tuesday tho 13th
day or t cbruary ibbb.
January t, 1860. n2flw Administrator,
-lUAHlilASIS VINAI, HKtTF.BNBNT
J Notice is hereby given to all persons i.itcro t
cd in tho estate of David Erwln deceased, that tho
undersigned, (JuarJIan of tho minor heirs, James
II. Clark nnd Nancy Jano Martin, of said estate,
will make a final settlement of bis administra
tion of said ostato at tho next February term of
tho Lincoln county court, ro do begun ami bold
In Troy on Tuesday tho 13th day of February '8O1I
' U'll TllU Cl.illL' ll..nr.ll.
January S, 1860. n2p0w
TUB ATLANTIC MOJiTHLY FOR I8G
The Atlantic for tho year 1800 will con lute the
following features of especial interest 1
l'assmrcs from Hawthorne's Dairy. Heine ex
tracts fiomtbe papers of tho lato Nathaniel Maw-
iilhrne, iiegiuning nt a pcrto'i tuimcuiuiciy sun
scouent to his leaiinc Oollece.
Tlx Chimney Corner. Ily Harriot Sccrhcr
btowe. Mm. rUiwc will oontinuo her admirable
paper! upon domestic nnd social topicH.
Tho three above named features will bo contln
tinued throughout tho year. In addition to tbeso
tho Mngitluo will contain 1
Stories by Uayard Taylor, the first of which
11 Russian Tule, entitled, "Ueauty and tho llcast,'
will appear in January.
Stories by Mrs. L. Maria Child, Iho first f
which, eutitled, "I'oorCbloc, will bo priutcd In
tlo February number.
Dr. Johns. By Ik Marvel. Tbo concluding
chapters of this Novel will oxlond lome throo or
four months Into the new year.
Tho last days of Walter t-'avago Landor. Con
taining a varietyoflntcresting incldcutiand per
sonal reiuinisoBccs, by onowLo kucw him.
Ucsldes tho foreirolnir articles, especially cnu
meratcd, the Atlantic for 1808 will furnish Its
readers with its uiual variety of tho best Essays,
gtorles, l'ocms, etc. from Iti unrivalled corps of
oontributon, comprising rouny or tno nrat Amor
Tbo January number will contain contribu
Henry W. Longfellow, tho tato Nathaniel
Ilawthernc, Charles Keade, Harriot llccchor
Htowo, J. T. Trowbridge, William Cnllen Ury
nnt, Uavard Taylor, Donald U. Mitohell, (iall
IImiltin, tho author of "Llfo In the Irou Hills,"
and other popular wrlhui, Toiw 4,U0 ayonr.
Addreas Tu'KNOR li VIKUU3, YuW.thm,
121 TrcBie,t gtiij, pxto.n
AdmliilHfrntor'M dale of
Ren I Itatntc.
IH obcdlcnco lo an ordor of tho County Ciurt of
Lincoln county, Missouri, made at tho Novem
ber Term thorcoffor 18t)i: I will nil at lublia
auction to On highest bidder, it tho front door
01 me u iurt House, in Troy, in said county, on
Tuadatf, Febrmry 13, 18C0,
(if not (old befora that tltn at ntlvata silo,) the
following described leal citato belonging to tbo
eslati of Samuel A. Logan, dcncaiod, to wit 1
r-eventy-slx acres and twinty-sivin hundredths
ofanncrc, the loath half of the south east nuir-
ter, section twvnty, township forty-nine; rango
Five acrci and flfty hundredths ofnn acre, In
tho loath half of south west quarter, leotlon
twenty) townshin forlv-nlno. ranirolwo cast.
Tkuus Ono tnlf cash) balance on a credit f
six montns,tn purchaser giving bold with, op
llOBIIUT n. LODAN, Adm'r.
of Samuel A. Logan's Estate.
Dee. 29 1805.
AdMirttttfittor'M Dale et
fN obidlenco to an order of the Coanty Court of
i.incoin county, Missouri, mauo nt tno Novem
ber Term thereof, for 180j; I will sell at tiublie
nucllon to the highest bidder, at tho front door of
meiourt nouio, in xroy, laiaia etunty, on
Tuttday, Fthruary 13, 1866;
Tho following described Real Estate, belonging
to the Co-partnership Eitnt of Dirkhcad and
llaneocK, ucceaseu, to w't:
Forty acres Tho south cast of south oast see
Hon 15; Township 4V; Hang 3 West.
Forty acres Tho aorth west of nerth cast ace
Hon 10t Township 49: Rango 3 West.
Forty aens Tho north west of north aast sec
tion 7; Township 4V; Kango 2 West.
ISAAC II. O WINGS. Adm'r.
of Co-cst., of llirkhead and llancock,
Dec. 20 1865.
Order of Publicaf
LlXCOW Col'NTY CofBT, MlSMirilt,
November Term leiii.
A MONO Hie records of said Court, made at
said term, Is the following to wit:
Now here Robert II. Uudson, Adminiftttator
of tho estate of Catty Wells, deceased, appears
and flic his petition for tho rate of the real cstato
01 s.ti'i estate, or so tuuen thcreorns will be sum
cient to pay the debts due against said estate, nnd
unpaid lor want 01 assent; nceomimniod bv tbo
lists, inventories and accounts, the whole verified
by the affidavit vf said administrator. Whereupon
Iho Court order, adjudge nud decree that all per
sons interested in said estate ho notice of said
petition, by iiuhlicutioii mada in tho Herald, ft
newspaper printed in this county, for four weeks
tirior 10 1110 next regular term or this lourf, iuiii
unless tho contrary bo shown on or beforo said
term, on order will bo mitdo for the sale of said
real estate. Writtcu notices dl-Moscd with, and
A true copy from the record.
f -"s In testimony whereof I, Fr.incli C.
KISAIi ) Ouite, Clerk of tho County Court o
vTyis Lincoln county Missouri, bcrcuntu
subscribe my name, ani) affix my ofllcl.il seal at
otllee, iu Trojr In said county, tills Situ day of
December A. J. Ifli.'i.
FUA.NC1S C. CAM:, Clerk.
Dec. 29 tSGj. 4w
.dniinlfrnfor Mule of
IN abedlcnrotn an order of tho County Court 11
Lincoln coanty, MlsMmri, mado nt the Notvru
bcr Terns thereof for I85i I will sell a, public
auction, to tho highest bidder, at tho front dour
if the Court llouio in Troy, ia Mid county, on
Tutsday, ttbruiiry 13, IStjfi,
Tho followlne described Real Kstat. bclnnsinir
to tho estate ut Ueorgo W. tfulivnu, deceased,
Eighty acres The cast half of tho north west
quarter; section twelve, township forty-nine;
rno two West, In Lincoln county, Missouri.
Tkkmm A credit of six months: the liurchaser
glvlog bond with approved security.
ai.tui.Ait bui.iv., Amur,
of Ocorgo W. Sullvau'a Estate.
December 29 1805.
wagon dsaoK mm
THE undersigned would Inform tho citizens
of Troy and ricinity, that ho has opened a
shop iu Troy, In tbo Old Church, ono door South
of Mr. Swccaoy l'rovision store, whero ho is pre
pared to attend to ail calli in Ids lino. He wilt
Luild or repair Houses, inako and mend Wnsnns
on the shortest notice, and as cheap and as good
at ny 01 nig aciuuDors.
All Job work, smh as mending and repairing,
111 receive prompt niicnunn.
Will bo mado to order on a few hours iiollco,
A shato of imblio patronage Is most roiicctfulli
solicited. J. B. MILLER.
Dec. 2 1805.
JOHN W. DAVIS,
Forwarding & Comminioa
Nitmkr 75 North Second Street,
(Det, Olivo and Locust,)
MINT 1.01 18, NISSOtRI.
Ordirj for all kinds Merchaidiso filled promptly
m luncii casa tirices.
Dec. 29 186S
THE undersigned has now a large and splendid
variety of Fruit aud Ornnmcuial Treen. nt ih
old stand six and a half miles east of Troy, and
unr anu nunu saues east 01 moscow mill.
His fruit Is varied and of the
MOST CHOICE KIND,
and being acclimated to this roll, lho chanco for
It! living is a bisadred per cent greater than that
ervugni iron auisiance.
aro of fino slicand of the har.tlet kinds; such as
the Whito, Scotch, und lllack Austrian Vines.
Norway tpruce, Ilalsam Fir, aad the American
Arborvita, Ho sells at low prices and InosowUh
tag to bay will do well to give hliu a call. Fur
lurtuer particulars, apply ut tho Xurscry to
AVLETT M. SHULTS.
Dec. 29 1(115.
1VTOTICP. I knrM.V .. .11 . . I....
i vested that tho undersigned, administrator of
tho estate of Ailsy Farmer deceased, will make
tuitieiaeiu oi nn aaminisiration or laid es
tltn At thn novl lVl.vtn.v .. .1. . v i i.
- - - " " inw vi ma jjiueuiu
county Court, to bo begun and held in Trey on
r, .,..- .J,IRl) I'AUMEB, Adat'r,
Dee. 2i, 1800. paw
TVOTICB is hereby given to all p.nons Inter
liestod that tbo undersigned administrator of
tho estate of It. 1'urii Howull deceatcd, that he
will make a final tittlomcst of his administration
of laid estate at tho next February term of the
Lincoln County Court, to bo begun and held in
Troy o T-u,doy lilth day of February 1860,
J. K. BUlTI'wN, Aiffl'r. !
BY vlrtuoofan order of tato Issued from the
County Court of Ralli countv. In tho State of
Missouri, I will, ai Administrator of tho citato
of John 0 wings, deceased, offer at public sale, at
tho door of the Court AIIouse la, Troy, Lincoln
Tuetday, February 13, 18GG,
lho following described nndividedhalfrbeingtho
Interest of John Owing! deceased, lo and to laid
anu, 10 wit 1
Ono hundred ani fifty.flvo'acroi and Ofty-firo
hundredths of an acre, in Lot No. ono north
west, aid west half south-wost, In toetlon nix
(0) township forty-nlno (41)1 rango two (2) west
Also ono hundred and Bftv-nlno acres and
forty-ono hundredth! of ftn aero, 'south-west
section thirty-one (.11 township fifty f(40) range
two (2) west) nil in Lincoln county Missouri.
On ono of these trac's of laud thero Is one
hundred acrci under fence! and a comfortablo
Tcrinscash In hand on tho day of sate.
E. D. MODISETT,
Adm'r. of cstato of John Otrlngs, dec,
December 12, 1805 nl-4w
NOTICE Is hereby given that letters of admin
istration on tho cstato of William Hotter do-
ceased, wero granted to the undersigned on tho
8th day of November ISA by tho County Court
of Montgomery county, Mo., All persons having
claims against said estate, are required to exhibit
them to tec for allowance within ono year from
tho date of said letters, er they may be precluded
from any benefit of such estate, and If not ex
hibited within three years from tbo dalo of laid
loiters, said claims shall bo forever barred.
SAMUEL B. NOWLIN, Administrator.
jjec. iv ioo. ni-pow
NOTICE li hereby given that letters of Ad'
ministration on tho estate of Ucorco S
Wright deceased, wero granted to tho under-
signed on tuo usiuay oi uclober isoa, by tho
Clerk of tho County Court of Lincoln countv.
All persons having claimr ngainst said cstato aro
required to present them for allowaneo to the
Administrator within ono year after tbo datoot
said letter, or they may bo precluded from any
benefit of suld estate: and if such claims bo not
presented within throo years from tho date of
sum letters tuey win bo rorevcr barred.
THOMAS J. WRIGHT, Adm'r.
December 13, I SOS. nlpflrr
TVIOT1CE is hereby given that tho undersigned
11 has taken out letters of administration on tho
e-tato ef Ambroso V Ramsuuri deceased, bearing
dato Nuvcmber 20 1805, and uotlco Is given
to nil r."rsons having claims against said cs'.ato
tu pre., ent them legally authenticated for allow
ance wliiiin uneyeur Irom tho d.itofsald letters
or they may be precluded f-om any benefit of said
estate, and if not presented within three veari
win uciorcvcr barred.
Pec. 19 ItCJ. nlpOw Admlnlstmlrlx
TOTICK is hereby given to all persons inter
leslcd bi (ho estate of Edward liaslin deceased
that the undersigned admlstrator of said estate,
will make final lecttlerocat of snld estate nt the
next February term of the Lincoln county Court
to be begun nnd held in Troy on Tuesday Febru
ary 13 IbOO, being the second Tuesday in said
moulo. AL.t.AAMl!tt T. CUAMIIElls.
IVc. 19 IS05. nl-Ow
NOTICE is hereby given to nil (icrsons interest
ted that tho undersigned Administrator u
tho vslnto of John McKlnney, deceased, will
miHcaiiiui sviiiciiieni ot Ms mini iilstrntiun n
satil estate nt tuo next February term of th
County Court of Lincoln cunnlv. m ln ,.,.
k.i.i i.'. t. v ,... .. :. v.,'V" "
iiovihiiui vu tuusuuji iuu satu ot teuruary
. , ALEXANDER CAKSON, Adm'r.
December 12 ISOnil pCw
S T O AT E S A 3W 1
KEKI'3 on hand, or will (III all orden ia his
lino on tho shortest notice.
A good assortment of Tin waro always on hand
.inning iuiii guiicnng iiromtiy atteuued tu,
Dec. 22, 18115. nt
A IAROG MTO'CK Of
GOIsD AND SILTEK WATCHKS
AMERICAN, CNOLISII AND
Of THE UEST MAKERS,
Wliolosalo & Retail.
No. S3 North Main Street, 8 1. Louis, Missouri
vvvvmutTai4 ion d.
Attorney at Ii n w :
Trwaton, ttncolii County, Mo.
WILL praotlco In all theCourti of the third
Judicial Circuit. All buslnessentrusted to
mi care win ue promptly altcnsjcd to.
Doc. 12, 1885. nl
JAMES A. WARD,
PhyHtcinn &, Surgeon.
Offlco ono loor Norlbjof Hart and Stuarts,
TROV, MO., "
Doconsber 12, 1805. nl
Attorney ot Law,
TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, 310
Ofilco In rho Court House.
December 12, 18(3. nl
F. t. WILLIAMS,
Attorney a tllLs n iv
TRCXTON, T.INCOLN COUNTT. MO.
WILL nraetleo In all the Courts of the (bird
Judicial Circuit, and It. Charles. Prompt
attention will be given to a, business eitrustcd
to mi care.
December 12, 1885. nl
JAHIES M. ITIcIsELLAIV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
MILITARY CLAIM AGENT,
TROY, rincolu County, Mo
Office In the Court House.
Dec, 13, 1565. nt
V . HOOPIAWD'S ' if
tr the present tig, have Miratrr! their (treat popularity
only tlircujli jcars or IrlaL Viilwuuam wiiabwuva
is reudcred by them lo ill MM.
erru rosiT.Titv cvm
c Oemptalnt, Brsptpiia. Juodlee. Kenew Be
bllltj, SISMsee of the Xldncjrs,
and all tllvwen arising from a disordered liver, or weak
as of tho Stomach um Digestive Organs,
M vnu rosirirtu rsmst
mini rtw, wuew f m, n mn ui aoh
gee oar Almaus tur proof. I'aiM, ctuta wr Cottle,
Hoofland's Balsamic Cordial
win rosmruT ciaa
teeiti. Colls, er Hoantaisi, Bronchitis, XaSairua,
Creap, Vatumonla, laelrisat Oonrocti"n.
sat hu pcrbrued tko most sstonlshlug tuns knrknoij)
it a darrkiiia CordU It b unequalkioV nusa, f3 cM
NOOFlANI't tERMAN Hit,
Mue well known throughout Kuroixi eod Amrrlca, t4
ao eonimrnilatlon here. Thay aro pun-ly vrgetaUa, art
pnvred w Itb great ciactntM, und ure inijar-cvotcil. Re
ettler Cutliirtlc I'lll tan Iw found. I'Kict, U eta. wr Us
then medlcloee ar nremrxl I'V Or. C. M. jACiisoa A
Co. l'hlkiJi'lihiii, and are sold by oruK?Ut li e
dealers Iu weilielncs ctorytvhcrc. Xho sunuittue of C H
sUccsox will Lo on llio oaMd of mcIi bottla t r lot, $
la cur 'fairttuMl Aleturtiir," utitlsbi aumialln
yon win find testimony anil comuKnilntary sutlcs from
m piultorrbeavBawky. then lisaiee imtltaesj
1 roir.tiomid retnedy. desirmed to be tho most
effectual Alterative that enn be mndc. It is
concentrated emmet of 1'nrn Snrsnnnrilla,
A ...i ....... 'e ...mi
ru VU11IUUIVU 11 .1.1 umvi ailUMilliees VI null
greater alterative power nt to ntTon! nn tffec
tivo nntidoto for tlio tlisc.ivcH .Sarfivnarilla is
reputed Xo euro. It U believed that null a
remedy H wanted by titoso who eunrr froin
Etrumotia coninluints. and that ono which will
accomplish their cure mur nrovc of imruttiso
sorvice to this mrgc cl.ts or our armcf cil lellovv.
ntucni. liow completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of th? wont casee to It; found of the following
BeuoKcn Axr Scnovi'iii' CoMvi.tJMts
Eiti'rnoN' anu l-hivi'Tivr. lnr.r.-, Ili.cr.itd,
IIMI'LCO, IlLlirOIIK'l, il'MOlU, SALT IlllttSt,
SCAt.U IIUAII. SVI'llIl.IS ANI MVI'IIILITIO At'
I tCTlONS, MutlCL'UIAt, DlaElSE. DuOl-AY, Nui'
lutniA o'.t'l'ic loL'i.ouui:fx. Uciiilitv. Dva-
rr.rstA and iMntnr.HTtoy. I'hivsti'r.i.M. Rose
ob Sr. AxfitoNv'sFiuc. mid indeed ths vrholo
class of coiiiplainti ari.itig from Isit'l'Uitv or
t UP. IM.OIID.
lliH compound will li t found n great tiro-
tnotur of licaUli, vtlwti tak' ti in th. spring, to
expel the foul liumor.4 vvlncli feutr in tho
niooi at tnat si'.-mji oi th.' viur. nvtlutitn
ly cvpuUloti of them inutiy ranktin:; disorder
urn Mitpcu in IU" biu. uituttJo.'i can, liy
thu aid of tlii lemeiiv, snare them.-iclvci from
tno enuurance ot ioiii eruptions anu ulcerous
sores, through which th j Kvstem will strive to
rid itudf of uorrumioii-t. if not owlstcd to do
wis inrougn the natural cnanrv.l of the uouy
bjr tin alterative m.-ilkiui'. Clcnuso out the
itiited blood wLunvvcr you find its impurities.
uur.iuig tiirouguc sum in pimpivs, eruptions,
or tores; clcansMt when you 1'md it is ob-
etructcd und Mujyj'.nh in tlu vcint i cleanso it
whenever it is foul, and vour fuclinzs will tell
you wlicn. Even whero no particular disorder
la f.'lt, people enjoy better health, ond livo
onucr, for cleansing trn blood. Keep the
Uood heulthr, nnd all U well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Soulier cr later nomethins
musl R) wron, aud the great machitwrjr of
lifj Is lUordcrctl or orcrthrnwn. c
tja'sunarilU lia. nnd deserves much, the
rcDutu'i'ii of aeconmlishin these ends. But
thi world has been cgrcgiously deceived by
preparations oi it, partly occause tne urua
alone has not all the virtue that Is claimed
for it, hut more because many preparation.
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it.
contain but little or tnu virtue of Bursaparilla,
or any wing eise.
Dm in 2 late Years tho rublic havo been mU
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsnparilla for ono dollar. Host
of these have been frauds upon the tick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsnpa
rllla. but often no curative, nronerlies whatev
er. Hence, bitter end vainful disappointment
has followed the uso of the various extracts of
SarsaparllU which flood tho market, until the
name useir is justly despised, and lias Uccomo
ynonvmous with imposition and cheat. 8tiU
Wo call tliis compound Savsaparllla, ond intend
to supply such n remedy as shall rescue the
name from tho load of obloquy which roils
upon it. And wo think we have ground for
bclicvina it has virtues which arc Irresistible
by tho ordinary run of tlio diseases it is intend.
cd to cure. In order to eccuro their complete
eradication from tht .system, tlio remedy should
bo judiciously tafcci. according to directions on
mu. 1. C. AYE It & CO.
Frlee, 91 per Dottle 1 U luttlce tor 03.
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the euro of
every variety of Thiaat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unuictriary for us to recount tho
evidence of its virtu', Vherover it has been cm.
ployed. As it has Ion. 'teen in constant uso
throughout this section, w ednotdo moro than
assure tho peoplo its uuality vr-t up to tho belt
it ever bo.- been, end that it .i a lie relied on to
do for then icUif all it lias over uc-jii found to do.
Ayer's Hathartic Pills,
t. rota "iiJi crBE or t
Cottivntt. lamulice, Ihjtpcpsia, InAiacstion,
Vyttntcnj, Xoul Stomach, VryitpeLt.t, lleaitacu,
1'ilct, itheumalum, Krimtmm ana Mm IJtseascs,
Littr Ootwlaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumort and
Salt fiictim. IKorms, Gout, KeuraUjia, at a
Dinner I'tU, anil for Vurifyinn tht Ulooi.
They are sugar-coated, so that th.. most icnsl
tivo can take them pleasantly, an1 they are tho
best nprrlcnt in the world for all the purposes of a
Pries 23 centi per Box; Tivo boxes for 81.0&
Great numbers nf ClerR; men, Physician, States
men, and -eminent personages, havo lent theu
names to certify the unparillclcei usefulness of these
remedies, but our space hero will not permit tbo
Insertion of them. The Agents bflow named fur
nUh gratismir Amkiiicvn Almanaci, which they
aro given S with iiltii full ilesrrlpt'nus ut the above
compt ilnts, and the tiiTtmen' r 'nuld bo fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put otf by iui,r!i i lalers with
other pieparutlona they ma . protit on.
Dcnuiud Aviili'H.and tatcii 11 'il . 1't'u hick
w.iiittl.ebiituld thcro Ij for Ir.-m fit Airy should
hiM- it. a..
All car icBtedics arc rbj m!
Iron width mankind tuffer over a Urge wart ef
the alobr, i tlt cotiequcnce of dbmssal srttiou
In the svc'i a, induced try the poisonous miasm of
tesetab -car. .TU exhalation. If evolved by
ttioacti' ' 'solar Mat on wet tttK and rises with
twao' aporfromtt. While the wn U below
tne nori. tins vapor unnri near ua eanrre nr-
Ibm. aud. tho vlrua la taken with it thraimh the-
long! Into the blood. There it sxtiai an irritttirte;
poison on us inieniu vucera ana ncreanK oruaua
of the body. The liver become torpid and faiiito
ecrete not only thll virus, but alto tht bile front.
thoblooa. uotn tee vwm ana tne nut accumulator
la the circulation, and product violent constitu
tional disoraer. Tne ipieen, the kianeyt, ana the-
stomach symp&uizt' witn tne liver, ana become'
Usordered also. Finally, tht instinct of our or
Snlsra, as if in an attempt to expel the noxious
fusion, concentrates) tht whole Mood of tht body
in tho internal excrctoriea to foret them to cut if
out. The blood leaves tht turface, and nuhee to.
iho central organi with congestive violence. Thi
isthcCmt-L. Dut in thl! effort It Mil. Then tho
Fstveb follows, In which the blood leaves tht ej
tarxl organs and rushes to tht turface, u UTO
another effort to expel the Irritating poison throusjt.
that other great excretory tht akin. In oJb
USO It laus, unu we a item anuuuu uio awimp
exhausted, and waits for tht recovery of strength
to repeat tne nopeicsa toon aaoiner nay. inn
ate tho fits or paroxysms of FtYElt and Aont,
Bach constitutional disorder will of course undtr
sjdae the health if it is not removed.
wt have labored to una, ana nxvo so ana, m
Ayer'i Ague Cure,
which neutralises thU tnalartout poison In tht
Mood, and stimulates the liver to txpcl it from tht
body. Ai it should, 10 it docs cure this alDlctlng
disorder with perfect certainty. And it docs more,
or rather does what is of 'note service to those sub
ject to this Infection. If taken In season it expeta
It from tho system as It is absorbed, and thus keeps
thoso who use it free from Its attacks t keens tht
Sritem in health although exposed to the disease,
onsequently It not only cures, but protects from,
ue great variety at aucctions v. men are tnaucea
bv this malignant influence, aucb as Itemlttcnt
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, Blllout
revere, neuralgia, lihcumatlsm, uout, blindness,
aootuncne, r.arncar, aiarrn, Asiama, raipiia
ions, Painful Aifoctiont of tht Spleen, Hysteric,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of tht
Vtoraach and Bowels, all of which, when artsina;
rvoru tms cause, win ue touna to assume more or
lets the Intermittent tvne. This " Aatra Ctrm"
removes tho cause of tbeso derangements, and cures
This it iiccomnllahea bv stlmulatlne tho eaeiev
lories to expel tho virus from tho system ; and
these organs by degrees become habited to do thus
their oiiico ot their own accord. Hence arises what
no term accumulation. Time may accomplish tht
tamo end, but oftea life is notions enough, er It
sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aoi'E CURB"
docs it at onee, and with safety. We havo great
reason to believe this is a surer at well ns safer
remedv for the Ytholo class of diseases which us
caused by the nvUimatie fcftction, than my other
which has been discovered 1 and it has still anotiet
Jranottant Advantage to the public, which U, that
ts (Ikud as well as goad.
DR. J. C. AYEIt & CO.
e7ntca Oxs Doha tt BontB.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Iu won for itself such a renown for tht ture ef
every variety of Throat nnd Lung Complaint, that
It Is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
cviucnco or us virtues, vincrevcr it nas been ent.
ployed. As it has long been in constant usa
throughout this section, wc need net do more than
assure tho people its quuKty Is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may bo relied on to
Co for tu en titter all it no ever Uen found to ax
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
iob ui Tut wwous er a warn kecicm
Fon Cosnvr.KKSS ;
Foil tug Ci-itc or Uvii ci'iui
Fon Jackdici: 1 ,
I'cu ntn CtuK or Inuiossiiojii
Fon Headache 1
For tiik CiHB or Uvstunui
I'ou a I'ofi Stomach t
Fob tub Ci-hb or Ennirtusi
Fou tub Piles t
Ftn Tits Ci'nn or ScnorciAi
Fon all Eniorviovs CoMi'LAtsni
Fon TUB Cl'HB or Klir.l'MATISilt
Fon DiBEAsca or the 8kin t
Fou tub Ctm: or Liven CoMi'LAfTi
Foa Oaorir ;
Fo TUfi Ci te or Tettiii, I vmou aKO Stir
t t.:b CtiiE or (tact.
Fob a Pixmcu Pan
Fon tub CciiE or Neviialoui
Fou I'tiurriNo tub Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that tht most tens!
five can take them nlcasantlv. and bclna
vcgctauie, no nana can arise ma tatir uk tn any
... . . . 1 ... . -1
triet ti MBM per geiiFivtboiti fer S1Q4L
Great numbers of Clergymen, rhyiiciant, Statee.
men, and eminent personages, have lent thcit
names to certify the unparalleled uicfulnessof these
remedies, but our spare here will not permit tht
Insertion of them. The Agent! below named fur
nish gratis our Ameuiiaw Almanac in which they
aro given 1 with alto full descriptions of the above)
complaints. eSid the treatment that thould be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put otf by unprincipled dealers with
ether preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayeii'h, and take no others.' Tht slrk
want the but aid thcit 1 (or thtni, and they tiouM
A never ndllsl AntlioU to I
e?A ache, Dyspepsia, lew 1
b Liver Complaint, OertifoaaajV .
T ElUMaoaas, Haunl(U,CpU,
V Ss4 Etocaach,'Ts
Wfr.sinwi WTT.TJt mm aaelfaseatif Sc-
kaev-lsdged toDatliUanewtaaas.Aia rtadly
e edldiatheysieftteuhutyrii wal stnsle
s i.a harmlaaa, tat blfbly edldaal la thetr er
anaUon. On Pill a oee, with saM but "tr
.,tb. ith Man ai ia 1 11 a of enure
afca Uasl aeewiee m own sajaran, uw nai
. miinn. wasvaiB. Mt ACtTH.
tUADAGOl, VBTalB AOVBj .'
nisPEPtiA, inn wmuMt,
Coitlvoneu, BlliouaatM, NtunJU, I
CoeUvtntu. SUlstaweax, Houxali. I
Bold Iff ruggUti' Mlert tverywttn. f
B. L. FAHHE8TOOK ft CO.
1 Importer &Wholeule Druggistt
I flTTlUROH, M
wmt nettanu m
WQ. L Fahoetti't VerrnifuflQ,