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DREAMING AND DOING.
"I wish I did Dot have to wear rugged
lothn, and go nithout shoe I" thought
Walter Burni, at bo lay on the dry
turf one bright sumuior afternoon, with
the atriog of hit bat in his month, "if
I bad thousand dollars, I know what I
would du ; I would buy my mother a
hew dress, tad I would not let ber work
As Walter lay dreaming of what he
would do if bo only had a thousand dol
laes, all at oooe he saw a littlo bird fly
to her nett, and givo food to four littlo
birdies, who were etretohing tlioir bills
wido open, all as hungry as tboy could
Then Walter took tho string out of his
mouth, put his hat on, and started up on
"Now, ought 1 not to be ashamed of
myself?" said ho. "Hore is this little
bird ; eho does not sit dreaming and
wishing eho had some food to give hor
children. No ; she goes and ge'ts it.
"Hero am T, a large haalthy boy, able
to work, and to help my mother; but I
havo bca lying tho better part of this
lino day on the ground, dreaming dreams,
and wutching tho clouds, or looking up
at the trees, at if I hoped food and
money would drop from them."
"For shame, Master Walter 1 If you
can't do anything better, go and let your
self out at a quarter of a dollar a day to
pick strawberries. You can do that ;
can't you? Tho strawberries in Jlr.
Peck's garden aro spoiling for want of
eomobidy to pick them. Go aud offer
your help, and let folks fee that you arc
not a mere idler and drcaioor."
Walter ran off to Mr. Tuck, and asked
him if he did not want a boy to help hi'm
pick strawberries "Yes," said Mr.
1'ock ; "go to work, and I'll givo you
five cotits for every box you Oil."
Walter went to work ; and befuro sun
down, ho had filled four boxes, for which
Mr. I'cck paid hi u twi-nty cents. In
four days tho little boy earned a dollar.
How proud ho was to hand it to bin
Walter had not been at work a week,
beforo a farmer near by, of the namo of
Carr, who had seen him in tho field
early and late, came up and said, "How
much do you cam a day, at this my
lad?" "About thirty cents," Baid
"Couio and help me, and I'll givo you
half a dollar a day," said Mr. Carr.
"No, you'll not do any tuch thing,"
said Mr. l'eck, who had hoard it all.
"Do you think this right, Mr. Carr, to
como and try to got away my best hand ?
Stay with me, Wulter, and you shall have
sixty cents a day."
Walter hod no wish to leave Mr. Peck,
so ho accepted his offer ; und in a
month's time ho was ablo to buy himself
a new suit of clothes.
"This is hotter than lying ragged in
the sun," thought Walter, as ho took h'.s
three dollars and sixty ocnts homo to his
mother every Saturday night. Soon she
was able to buy a now dress for herself,
and to hire a little girl to help her do
"Doing is better than dreaming,
mother, isn't it?'' said Walter, as ho saw
bis mother como to tho table in her nice,
bow cafieo dress. "Yes, my boy," said
Mrs. Burim, "let folks see that you
mean work, and aro no uye scrvaut, and
you'll always get work. Tho Nursery.
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST P?IZE MED
g TIII3 CSHIJAT
GRAND SQI AItL AND UPRIGHT
These instruments have been beforo the Public
for nearly Thirty Years, and upon their excel
lence alone attained un unjiurthurd pr-tinmure.
wbleb pronounce (hem uneijuaieu in
5lWAll our Souarc Pianos have our New I in
proved OvxttsTuuna Ecii.it and Agrafle Treble.
3TWe would call special attention to nu late
Patented Imiirovements In (I BAND PIANOj
and BQUAItl'l UltANDS, found in no other
Piano, which bring the Piano nearer Perfection
than has yet been uttalueil.
livery Piano fully Warranted lor Five
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists prompt'
ly furnished on applicatlou to
M M. KNA1IK & CO.. Haltlmorc, Md
Or any of our regular established agencies.
Valuable Town Property for
Sale Dwelling IBoiiue and
liOt nnd 3 Vacant Lot.
THE undersigned will soli on easy terms a ono
nd a half story frame dwelling and 1 lot
near the business part of tho town i and 'I vacant
lots south of Cake k lingers' Tanyurd. V ill be
sold scnaratclv or together.
I will alio sell a good work horse, 4 years old
nd a spring wagon.
uovOtf MAItTIN SKDLACEK, Troy
i'cllpse Churn and Hand lorn Shelter
V. II CUllTIN. Patentee, UarJyJe, 111
t!cod for Circulars.
IV XT H S "TO H, "y
TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.
nitOTIIKtt IMRMUn), LOOK T(
Hemember how your older neighbors arc
lamenting because they didiiot net
out a Large Orchard ycarM ago.
I apponl to you to know why you continue to
run that nice rolling piece ur ground In wheat
anil corn until It la washed and In such n condi
tion thnt It la not fit to farm, and you can't ict
trees on It to any advantage
On.cacro In trees set 30 feet opart, which 1$ far
enough, will hold 48 tree. Now that one acie,
wher. in bearing (which will ho but a few years)
win uu wurin more man u acre nl tlinsnmn kiml
of land cultivated In wheat and corn. I
Tho easiest way to tako care of an orchard I
after your trees got a start, and tho best ay to j
make It yield largo crops of Extra Fruit. Is to
sow It In oats in tho surinir and lioir them down.
A crop of oats fed in this wav to looJ hos tmvs !
of Itself. " ' '
Mv stock of Trees Is Inrccr mid iiiiet-1
I havo a larzo lot of 3 and 4 vears old Janet.
I havo n One lot of Osago and Silver Leaf
Maple, with a
(icneral varlrly of nursery Slockt
Thoro wishing to plant Strawberries should
attend to It at tho Erst good season If they wish a
full crop next ycir.
inoso wisutng to set an orchard, ir short of
means, will bo allowed 3 months tlmo or morn
If desired, by giving noto with good security or
Call and examine my stock.
J- 3VL". SKCXJ3L.TS.
R. It. R,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
cuhes tiii: worst pains
1h from One to Twenlv Miuules.
NOT ONE HOIK
after reading this advertisement need any ono
KDVAY'S RKADY UKLIEF IS A
CURK FOR EVERY PAIN'.
It was tho first and Is tho
Only 3rnin Remedy
that Instantly stops the most excruciating pains.
allays Inflummations, and cures Congestions,
whether of tho Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other
glands or nrgrns, by one uprlication
IN FROM ONK TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain
tho 'Hhouniatie, lied-ridden Infirm, crimilcd.
Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrated with disease
Tho application of the ltcadv Itcllcl to the
part or parts where tho pain or difficulty exists
win nuoru easo ana cointurt.
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water will
in a few moments euro CHAMPS. SPASMS.
SOVIl STOMA Cll, SICK 11KM. C1H III
AititiraiA, vrsi:.Ti:nr, colic, wixi
IX 'Mi: BOWELS and all 1XTEHXAI. PAIXS.
Travelers should always carry a bottlo of Had-
way's Heady Ht-lirf with them. A fw drops
in watir will prevent slcknets or pains from
change of water. It Is better than French Brandy
or Bitters as a stimulant.
I'UVKR AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AOUE cured for fitty cents.
There Is not n remedial agent In this world that
cures Fever and Ague and other Malarious, Bil
ious, bonrlet, 'typhoid, lclliiwniiU other l evers
(aided by Hallway's PHIk) so quick as Itad-
way's Iteaily Itcllcl. Fifty cents per bottlo.
Beauty ! !
STRONG AND PURE RICH ULOOD
INCREASE OF FLESH AND
AVEIO UT CLEAR SKIN AND
HKAUT1FUL COMPLEXION SE
CURED TO ALL.
II AS MAOI'.TIIF. MOST ASTONISHI.NO CUHKSJ
BO QUICK, SO IIAPID AUG THE CHANGES
THE BODlf UNDEHOOES, UNDER TIIK IN
FLUENCE OF THIS TllULY WONDEItFUL
Every Buy mi Increase in
''leh a Bid Weight is
Seen and Felt.
The Great Blood Purifier.
Sweat, and other fluids and juices of the eys-
tcm tht ri'or of lift, fur It renairs tho wastes of
tho body with new nnd sound material. Strofu'n, I
Cum;ition, ulanduuir Dwaset Ulcen in (Ac f
Tirool, Muulli, Tumnrt, Xmln in Iht GlamU and ,
other juis of the st.trm, A'ore .yss, Strumoruu
ilucharyc't from the Kurt, and the icortt form of i
.Vt'm diienui, Eruption, ieerr Sort. Scald Head.
I.'ing Hornl, Salt Jthciim, Ertftipelui, Acne, Jllurl ,
Spate, Worm. Sweat, and all watte of the life I
principle, are within the curative ranne of thl
trotutcr of Moite'ti Uhctiiwryi and a Jew dipt
ue leilt prore ta any perton utintj it for either of
incc jurtui ..j ni.ru.c 11. jhiiciu jKticer to cure mem.
Not only docs tho SBSrmi.itx Uesomtxt
excels all known remedial agents In tho euro of I
Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitutional, nnd Skin
diseases j but It is the only positive cure for
Kidney and Bladder Complaints.
mt. !!& JfVl I"'
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
gum, purge, regulate, purity, cleanse, and .
strengthen, ftadway's Pills, for tho miro of all !
disorders of the Htoinacu, l.lvcr, Dowels, Kid
neys, Uladdor, Nervous Diionsos, Headache,
Constlpltion, Costlveness, Indigestion, Dyspep
sia, Blllousno-s, Bilious Fever, Inflammation of
the llonels, riles, and all dorangemcnti of the
Internal Iseera. warranted to effect a positive
cure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury,
minerals ordaletsrious drugs,
A few doses of HADVf AY'S PILLS will free
the system from all tho aboyo named disorders.
Price cents per hoi. Hold dt DniooiaTS.
HEAD "FALSE AND TUUE." Send ono
letter stamp to It AD WAY k Co., No. 87 Maiden
Lane, New York, Information worth thousands
will be seat you, u jlIvcuH;
HARD W ARE, STOVE S
Large lion Pots
TIN. COPPER AND
1 nT cvf A
U I BY v It II Q
And Everything that may he classed under the name of hardware.
STORK 1 MAIN
The Name, Business anil Locrlloa of
Agricultural Depot mid Seed Store.
WM KOHNUI A- CO, JllT N Second street
UUUBN k CLARK, L'OiiO k ZllO l'lne street
, UllUKN k CI. A II K, 200U k '1MV1 Pine street
I CarpctN. ollcl'itlis. iic.
1 FINN HV k MitlllATlI, 40K N Fourth street
'. 1IAUT A POWlll.l,, 410 mid 112 N Fltth street
A A MIILMBK. I.U N Main, eor Washington av
I 1)1 V (inodn.
, JOHN 0 ALt.F.X A .'OX, .Ml X Main street
1 l-a mil v Medicine.
M tl f- S K IlAUTlll A- CO, T24 X Mnln stiect
, Clas anil (lucciiswiu-e.
WITHMAH lliiASSA IjUI'.IIN.SWAllK.CO.,
I 113 X. Main street, bet. Chesnut and Pino. 0
; Jones' Commercial College.
I J W JOHNSON. Man. Prln., S Wcor 5th k Olivo
' Lumber .llct cltants..
FCIINKM.i: A tJL'l.ltl, x w eor 6th A- Mullanphy
M BKOTIllIUTON, Vard Olllce SB.18 Broada
Office SUtl Locust street.
1 Mcrrlinnt Tailor.
.P It SJUCKi:it, 517 Olive street
I .Marble- Dealers.
PAHK k McCLIN'l'UCIC, 5th street and Wnsb
t ington avenue
I'lanii Vare Itonms.
Mrs A S PO.V.WF.I1, 71'.', Chesnut street,
i Itcgalla. MayH and Soelelv Coods.
I'AKr UN CO, 7111 N Fourth street
ill L KOSKIIItOUUII SONS, 1421 Broadway
ALDBN .t CLOUdll, 315 and 317 Spruce street
Wutclies, Jewell y. fcc.
1). C. JACCAltll k CO,, 4111 A 103 N. Fourth St.
, KDWAHIJ MUAI) A' Co, 301 K Fourth street.
' JKHU SVIiVBSTi;!:, 210 X Fourth street
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
WINES AND LIQUORS
FOP. MBDICAL U81'.,
PAINTS AND DYESTUFFS
Of Evert Description,
Ovvitslies, Combs, &c.
SMOKim AND CHEWING
And Everything Usually Kept
FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE
ANTl ALT, KOt.Tl AT
R 1J I I fl IV P P I li P Q
April 27, 167i.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
mm.' or ; jt-ac jtsz mmt
i FRENCH CLOCKS,
Watch Materials and Tools
Watches and Jewelry Repaired,
NO. 210 NORTH FOURTH STREET
(Between Olive and Pine Streets)
St. Louis Jtlo.
April 7. 1870
A good Farm for sale within 4 miles of Troy
Apply to T. J, WEBB, Agent, Troy, Mo.
SHEET - IRON WARES
STRUET, TROY, ITIO.
TROY CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE
Males and Females,
Till: SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION
Christian Institute commenced un
MONDAY, SKl'TKMlir.lt 18. 1871,
und will close on Wednesday, Junt 26th, 1672.
Tho first term cuiiiintnce.l on Munday, Sep
tember loth, and will close on Friday, February
Tho second term will commenco on Monday,
l'cbiuary 12th, and eloso on Wednesday, Juno
livery rare will bo taken to malto tho school
ellieicnt in all its dcpirtments. Nono but able
and experienced teachers will be employed. Tho
instruction will bo thorough throughout, nnd
especial euro will be taken th it a uod found ,
tlon for a solid education bo laid in the Primary
and Academic departments.
The HulMing) of this Institution aro beau
tifully situated, and the (Irottnds aro extensive
nnd very attractli o, aflurding every facility for
the pleasure and recreation of the students.
The Iloardlnt; Department will bo under
the luimediatu supervision tind direction of tho
President and his wife, and all euro shall bo taken
fur the comfort and convenience ol nunils en
trusted to their charge.
TERMS PER SESSION.
Boarding $ 150.00
Tuition in Primary Department 20.00
Tuition in Academic Department 30.00
Tuition in Collegiate Department 40,00
Uso of Instrument 10.00
ontingent fee 1.00
Drawing and Pnlntinir at usual rates.
Washing per dozen 75
A Law Department will bo onercd in the
ehool with the intention of civinir voune ecu-
tlemcn who intend to lU iUiiiivu, for iL.ino
lice of ihe Law, an opportunity to around tliem-
selw-j in tho pilnclplcs of lavr, as contained in
fO" All bills arc due one half when tho uu
pll is entered, reunindcr at close of term.
rnpns win no ehargcil irom the commencement
of the session, except whore they cuter alter the
piratiou of ono month.
No deduction made save lor protracted sickness.
J. H. CAl'l', A. M President.
B. ALI.UX. tVM. T. DAKF.
ALl,i; Sc BAKEK,
Attorneys-al-Law, Ageuts State Ins.
Company aud Real Estate Agents.
WE have a number of good farms for sale,
nmong which are tho following:
Farm ot Win. Crouch, 1 niilo from Trov. Well
Farm of T. I). Elliott, on the road between
Wright City nnd Truxton. Improvements good.
Farm of Elijah Owines. known as the San-
defer place, 6 miles west of Troy, near Mexico
BclonisinKinz to tho ostnte of Jos. Dclccl.
Otlicc lu the old P. O. llulldlnir of V. A.
T. 0, KELSEY,
WILL DRAW PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
For all Classes of Buildings,
Also Tor Ilririges and all work iu tlio
OVV'ICE at PLANING MILLS on WATER St.,
CLARES VILLE, MO.
January 5, 1871 ly
. m KEJflPEK,
KEEPS A FIRST-CLASS
FURNISHED TO ODRER.
FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
3. Ulltit. I'rnnrt. !..
It, M McfhKMittA UruifUM
st.i, f'al I " 1 I u iT v
A '-n, AffiiU, 5it I rfUi'i,l'1 ,fii.. ? t iiitn.eir M., N.V.
MfM.IO.'Vn nrnrTrMllinonr to Ihrlr
Wonderful Curnllrr Iil'rcl.
Vlnc'gnr lltltfi' ari not a ilj Kiiupy
tltl ii U. Ma-U of loor Hunt WtilnUi)-t
Troof Hplrlltt nnd Kl'Tiihu l.lnii'H t, tac
torcd, tiplcoj aii'l wtctcnod to flcnso I No tatc,
ciUMMToulc'' AppollTi." Kentorcrs Vr.,
ttiat load tho tlpi'K-r on todrui)1;niHfM nnJniln,
Imtaroa true Me-lldim, tnado from ,hj NatUe
Itooti fltitl Herbs of CnltlArnto free liom tilt
Alrolmllc Httitinlant. Tliey arc tlio
i4itK.tr ill, (ion iM'ieirn;ir mwi a
UFK ilVINJ ntlMIII'l,,:. n ptrft
JtcnoRtor MiJ InrUoritor rf tho Sritcin, cirrr
IngolTull pftlionAu injilttr nti'l rtm-lity tlio blool
(oalivaltliy conJttton. No person cja tuko tlie-o
Hitters ncmrlin to illrLcllutu nu-1 riMuiln Umj
uimclt, jiroirlJji tlioir loiios mo iiut ilcitroyt't
ly mlncrnt potn or otfu-r m"an, nu-1 tUo xl'ul
orrii wnstcO bdyonj tli point of r?;ulr.
Tliryiiroa (Ji-nllo rui'irull i iit vrv
nn Tiiiilr omcMlui, n!eo, the pecutinr in rit
of ftctfnir an n pw si Tut nrnt In n Hf 1 17 Conins
tloti or IntHmiiulioii of tho Liver, nut if ul iLc
I'ou i'i;m Ai.r. oi ri.AiNti -i.-i.. .
lu youniMir oil, iuji riott or Muirle, at t!:c dnn of
omiuhootl ornttlu tum of llfo titcu Tonic Uit
ter hate no ciital.
I'o r J iillmiiiiintoi'V unit ClnnitU fihni
nuitlNiii mill Jnit Jlj-Hprixtlfi or In
ll2tMllmit Itll Inn, lCcintt leni mitt
I ntciHitl l nil t'ft'iaNt Ii I -vn nf lint
lllooilt IiImt, KlilncjH unit 111 11 d tit r,
thesp lUtlrix h ivc bcii inttt nuccthf it. Sm li
IMi'tiiCft arc t-nipul by V 1 1 1 :t I c t ttlnutl
wlils.li is ffvuer.tlly pioliiet'l by dcr.ititi.unt tl
(bo iimtltn Orstiii,
IIVPKI'MA Oil f SI)!(Ji:ST!(V,
Kuitli.v-ltr, l'.iin in ibuMmubbM', (.uiitfli.', TIkIH
inMof lln'i;hi.l, t)lIin"t't, bour Ilni'-intl mi ut
11m Muiitiuli, U.iJ 'I'jtla tu tin Mouth, HUiviK
MUu ks. V ilpitiitiin of 1 In llraru liill.uiinmti. not
t!n l.iii!,' l'.iin In tlio n i;l)inof tin' KbtneyF, nut
i btniiliiil nth r it.iinrul fjmptoms utu 1 Lie oil
'Vhuy bivliinr.ite thePtimm' ti nnd tiunloti1 the
tori-it l.lwr iiikI JtoutU, wlib'h icnrttr tbeiu of
niif'iU lit ft 1 ilicM'' 111 t Ic.in-i'tiKtln) blrod of ittl Iin-
niritliM,ttii 1 linjMithu iniw tlfo nnd tr to th-i
P.dt l.bt'iini. llio(itiv, .its, ri'nim". Pustub-i,
U ills iirtjuiitlr, JUnK-Wonm, K. .uM IIch.I.Sd'I!
FiiM.II'ji'lpel.i. ltcb, fVttifft, IHh f.tftMtlimitf tlu
Hkhi, Uiiintirmtml Di-vn-cHtf tho -kin, of what
rer nniup tv n.iMnt. rr lltrtnllv dtijf tin mid fir
1 i tt tint of thoM'-T.ui inn sti.irt uiiii b llu iwtif
tllM IlitU't. Un Utttlo In iirlt rft.i t will run
hi( c thu ni'M' iiuifjiii'ni-.uf Lli ti ctu'tiiivr-clTt't t.
CUnnto Ibo Vltl'itcil VAov btnciToii find It-
linpiirilltM bnrMtiiff tlnuuph tin' !ln In l'lntpk'S
KrutitlonsorSoicj; t-b:nso It wIk-m Jon find it
(ibftnirtcd uint lni:Blh In tlio ln; rHa:inu It
In tl it I rmil.ninl nnr fed lnjR vi U un w !u 11.
Jteci tbc bl...jl jmrc, uiitl tl.e bcaltli of the sj-Um
l'IN, TAPn. runt other WOU.1IS. mkhnf
In tbi nr-tfi 1 or Koinm tbni'andt(luiL'L,d,i tmdly
tb HWf fd t'lnl mr.uve'd.
MU.nilV A Mi Ull'JCfilST.S AND DIlM.HnS.
J. WAtsKUIt, l'ronrbt. r. 11. II Mi1h.NM1
ro., Dunfui-.i' und (Jon, w nts, s-t.ii Fnitmts'it,
Oftl . uni 'it 1 H Coin lu'iitf Pii'f . V'.rt
ST II AY NOTICI3. -Taken up hy M. I'.
.Smith of Millnood tonnOnp, Lincoln coun
ty, and iostcd beforo J. C. KImure, a justice ol
the jiciiee In and fur said county, a dark Lai lnaru,
I) years old last spring, 15 hands high, saddle
marks on thu hack. Ai aised at 60 dots, hy A.
J. Uccds and C. .M. Uavis.
Oct. 26, 1871 n45 .1. C. ELMORE, J. P.
S'THAY NOTICE. Taken mi by Thomas I).
MHKiusuu ui .nunruu townsoip.H sonel horse
1 f. 3 a hands III -li, H or!) ye.us old, right hind
pastern joint enlarged, white hind feet, star In
tniehcad, collar murks on neck. Appraised at til
dollars by J. JI. Hirkheud and J. it. Lester, be
fore W. T. Harris, Julico of the Peace, nil tho
0th of November, nl"w3
MOTICE Is hereby given that the underelirned
li administrator of the estato of Calvin
Smith, deceased, will mako a filial settlement of
his uilministratiun of said estate, at ttio next
term of tho I'rdbato Court of Lincoln county,
Missouri, to bu begun nnd held in Troy ou the
second Monday In January, 1872.
nov30 E. U. SITTON, adin'r
ATOTICE is hereby given that letters of
ll adinistratiju weru granted to the under-
ignod on thu estate of llnrton Hubbatd dee'd,
by tho Clerk of the Probate Cnuit of Lincoln
cuunty, Mo , on tho 21st day of Oct., 1871.
All persons Having claims against sam estate
aro required to exhibit them to thu admidittrator
for nllonanco within one year from tho date of
said letters, or tliey may be urecludeil Irom any
benefit of said estate, and if not exhibited within
two years from tho dato of said letters they will
bo torever barred.
novfln!5 WILLIAM YOUNO, Adni'r.
VOTICE Is hereby given that letters of admin
1 istration were urantcd to tho undersigned
on tho estato of Barney Honey, deceased, by tho
Clerk of tho l'robato Court of Lincoln oounty
Mo., on tho 10th day of November, 1871.
All persons having claims against said estate
aro required to exhibit them to the administrator
for allowance within one yeur from tho date of
said letters, or tliov may be precluded from uny
tienclit or sam estate; and It not exmuitcu
within two years from the dato of said letters
they will ha forever barred.
norauniop t., u. ciiiiw, Aam r,
VTOTICE Is hereby givon that letters of nd
ii ministration were granted to the under
signed on the estato of John Thomas, dee'd, by
the Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln county.
o., on tho 18th day of boptembor, 1871.
All persons having claims against said estato
.n rrnnirpil to nxhlhir thorn to the arlmlnlstralor
ownnco within one year from tho date of
tiers, or they may bo precluded from any
of said estate, and if not exhibited within
benefit of said estate, and if not exhibited within
wo years from tho date f said lottsri tbey will
bo forever barred.
tep21n33pl) DAN'L W. LILKS, Adm'r.
With 9 fitness
WHITEWASHES AND WHITENS CEIL
INfJS, PAPERS HOOMS TO ORDER,
BUILDS FLUES and CHIMNEYS, REPAIRS
JAMS and BACKS, WALLS and CEMENTS
WELLS, and BUILDS FENCES plank or
Reference Dr. W. S, Hctt and Mr. Wu, A.
Jicasosi, Troy, Mc. Hnl21yp
W160NS! WAGONS! WiflONSr
F. . HARBAUM,
KEEPS OK HAND AND
Wagons and Plows,
On short notice and in good style
A FINE LOT OP
a aro. 1 plows
NOW ON HANI).
The Best of seasoned Wood used
in all Work.
HE ALSO HAS THE COUNTV ItlOHT F0H
IVXaUlng- and Selling
Ihe Eclipse Churn,
Rest in the Market.
ARE endorsed and prescribed by moro leading
Physicians than any other Tonic or stimu
lant in uso. 'I hey nro ,
A SUKU PIIF.VKNTIVK
For Fever nnd Ague, lntcrinlttents, llllllousness
and all disorders niitdng finm malarious cause
They are highly recommended as an ANTI-DYS-
PLPIIC, aud in cases of iNCiarsTinN are Inval
uable. As an APPETIZER nnd RECUPERANT
nnd iu cacs of ukvkiim. ukbilitt they have ncv-
In a singlo Instnncc, failed in producing tbd
most happy results. They are particularly
strengthening the body, invigornting tho mind,
and giving tone nnd elnstiolty to tho whnlo sys
tem, mo ilu.Mli III 11 1. HS aro compounded
with greatest care, and no tonic stimulant has
ever before been offered to the public no ri.KASiSI
To the tastk and ut Ihn same time combining so
many remedial agents endorsed hy tlio medical
fraternity as the best known to thcPliurmaeopuela.
It costs but littlo to give them a fair trial, und
I-vcrj Family Miotilil Have a lluttlc.
No iirenar.ttion in tlio world can pro luco so
miny unqualified endorsements by physicians ot'
the very highest standing in their profession.
i.'ittoria oImo oil the Lteroiiana trie tcauinti aenom.
inationnl p'i ir.
V. S. M.mxr HnoptTM. Ft. T.f.nls, Oct. B. 1870.
Jas. A. Jack"un .t Co. 1 huve examined tho
formula for making the Homo Stomach Hitters
and used them in this hospital the last four months
1 cutuiiiii' iiiem tue most valuable it uloanil stim
ulant now in ujo. S. H. MEI.l'HER,
l!e3.i"t Physician In charge U. S. Marine Ho'pt'l
J.i. ,. .lACksiiN iP Co. Uentlemm: As you
havo communicated to the incUio.il proicsiion tho
recipe of tlio Home Ritters, it cannot therefore
bo considered a n patent medicine, no patent hav
ing been taken for it. Wo have examined the form
ula lor making tho Homo Hitters, and unhesitat
ingly say the eoiubl nation's one of rare excellence,
all articles u.ed in its composition nro the be.t of
ineciiis. lo wnicu tnev belong, being lilguly Ion
ic, stimulant, stomachic, catniinntive and slightly
lajcutivc. Ihe modo of preparing tlicmiss'rietly
in" accordance with the rules of pharmacy. Having
used tlcm, seen its effects in our private practice,
we take pleasure In recommending them toall per
sons desirous ol taxing Litters as being the best
Tonio nnd Stimulant now offered to public.
FRANK O. PORTER,
Prof. Obstetrics and diseases of women, College
ol Physicians nnd late member Hoard of Health.
L. O. UOISLINERE, Prof, of Obstetrics
and diseases of woman, St. Louis Med. Col.
drake Mcdowell, m. d.
Late Pres't Missouri Medical College.
E. A. CLARK, M. D.
Prof. Surgery Mo. Med. Collego and late Resld't
Physician City Hospital, St. Louis.
HERBERT PHI MM, Prof. Practical
Pharmacy, St, Louis College of Pharmacy.
J. (', WIIITEIIILL, Ed. Medical Archives.
Atr'n IlKtcot-K, ii.d. Dr. O. V. 1". Liowio
C. Qkrickk, u.d. S. Ohate Mocks, ii.d.
C. A. Ware, m.d. W. A. Wilcox, m.u.
E.C. FRANKLIN, Professor
Surgery Homeopathic Medical college.
J. J. Vasiink, m.d. T O Cumstock. u.d.
Prof midwifery nnd diseases of women, Collego
of Homeepatoic Physicians nnd Surgeons.
JNO. (70NZLEMAN, Leoturer on
Diseases of Children, Homocnuthic collego of Mo.
CHARLES VASTINE, M. D. Prof of
Physiologv Homoopathlo Mod. Col. of Mo.
JOHN HAHTMAN, M. D., Prof clinical
itediciuo, col, nomocpathle rhys. and surgeons.
They are suporinr to all other Stomao Hitters
Ennii Sandkrs, analytical chemist.
No bitters in tho world can excel them.
Simon Hirscii, analytical chemist.
.Eminent PliytlcIaMB of Chicago.
Tho formula for the Home Bitters has been sub
mitted to us, and we believe them to be the best
tonic and stimulant for general use now offered
to the public. IlrWoodbury u V
, 0 A Mariner, onaly tl clicm
11 a Jlahn
1 J V I. Ulanoy, Prof chemst'y
iiusn Jieaicai uoiicg
J II Walker
" uhiiiu., ml, ...
J A llahn, " i T tills, I Jas A Collins
Eminent l'hjslclaus lu Cinclnatl.
1 Nearly all of whom are Professors In one or
Jns A Collins "
other of tho medical colleges.
No other Hitters have ever been offered to the pub-
no emuracuig so many vaiuaoio remedial agent).
J L Fattier u D I L A Jamos v d I 9 P Bonner XV
CT Simpson " OSMuscraft" OWBIgler"
WT Taliaferro" J H Ruckner" JJQulnn"
WRWoodward" O AIDohcrty' P F Maley "
0 Woodward "OK Taylor " R II Johnson
OK Taylor " DWM'Cortby SB Tomllnioo
RS Wayne, Chemist.
Eminent Physicians In Memphis.
Thellome Bitters are an Invaluable remedy for in
digestion k diseases arising from malarial causer.
0 1) Thornton i n, In charge of City hospital
J M Rogers un Alex Ersklne u M K Hodger
II W Purncll " M A Edmunds " PaulOteyiir
Jos E Lynch " Sanford Boll "
Eutlment Pbyblclans In Pittsburg.
H FDake u D I Wm Clowes un I D II Wlllardur
W RChilds I O Wuth.chms't J H McClelland
And lluvdreds of Uthora
In all parts of the North, West and South.
3 E Garner, x d, Milwaukee.
Council Bijrrs; March 27, 1871.
1 Jixr.9 A.Jacksok k Co. Having examined th
formula of the "Home Stomach Bitters," I bar
prescribed them In my practice for some time,
and pronounce them the host Tonic Bitters now
In use. P. U. MoMAHON, M. D.
fir For sale b; Dr. S. T. EAST and M. B.
BALLINOER, Troy, and all druggists a grocers.
Jurors A. Jackaon fc Co., Proprietor.
Laboratory 105 & 107 N. Second st . St. Loulsl
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