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TR0, MO., MAY l, 1872.
From the St. Joicnh lleraKI, a tlrant p.pcr.
Uur dispatches I'rom Cincinnati convey
tlio information that lloruco Urccluy lua
. . .. . c. II !.!...-.
ICCCIVCU tho nomination lor .
the lianJl of the Liberal llptlblicau ton-,
mention. In ndvatico, WO desiro to Bay to
J .. :n ,i;.,.,!n ilm nnaiiinti
our reader that in diacuaiin tbc poei ton
of canJldate lor Una high ouiee wo ahull
not descend to personal vituperation and
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BDU80, especially uu svui uuuuu iu
f - 1 - . I. .. 1 ....... . n-I.AuA minn in nnifl I
thrown to the pnpulnr breeze, in terma
fitting the very honorable and enviable
position ho has sustained lufore tho
American public for tho past thirty Ave
years. In every particular, Mr. Greeley
has shown hiuifdf a thoroughly honest
man, a patriot ol the purest intentions, a
statesman of catholic viown and a journal
ist acknowledged by tho world to be at
the head of his profession. Ho is a man
of various and uutold whims and
crotchets; but underlying all is a heart
und soul moat generous, ilia impulses
often lead him whure tuoro cautious and
politic then would never bo found, hence
tho frequent association of his name with
project, which tarminatc iu discomfiture
and ridicule to all concerned.
Wc think Mr. Greeley will never bo
President of tlio United States; but it is
glory enough for ono man to have
founded the New York Tribuuc, and
thus havo achieved an immortality second
only to that of him who founds arepub
lio. Kvory journal in tho land will now
take up his history and toll tho story of
. 1 ; I . a . I
Ins struggling youtn auu 011 uameu 111.111
IJlIt no mail will truthfully Mai I
his fair natno with a charge of dishonesty
or dishonor. 1 1 u will bo ridiculed by
soilc and bo mado tho butt of our NasU
and piitiny a-liners for sentatiunal papers;
but his name stands fair and above ro- j
proach lelore tho American people to
whom ho to day appeals lor CUUUdenco
and OU elevatioU to the highest position
known among them. i
His name was a tower of strength to
tho Whins in the day of their eirucghs
and uofeats; his services to tho Union
eauso will uever bo forgotten by his
countrymen ; his devotion to Henry
Clay has become historic, and tho teuao
ity with which he clings, at all times, to
what he believes to be right is proverbial.
A high tariff protectionist, ho has ro
eoived tho nomination from a Convention
called by l'reo 'I radcrs in the interest of
Hev.mio Ueforui. Uoforo his rallying
cry, "Oil to lliehnioiid" has died away
upon the passing brerze, tho rebels of
the fcouthcrn Confederacy are cheering
for him iu Uichmutid and New Orleans
' ' " ...ni.uu .w. "
as tho most available mail to beat the
Federal General who crushed tho rebel-
Hon and forced the rebel forces to an uu-
conditional surrender I It will
Strange and novel .Mubt to tee our vener
ablo copperheads walking up to the polls
. 11 . . .
und deposition a lustv ballot for tho
philosopher of Cuaprarjua, 'our later
.Mr. Greeley was born in Amherst, New
Hampshire, February, IS 1 1. His
father, Zacehcus Greeley, was a farmer,
and tho hiilorian of Horace says ho was
always eajjor to acrjuiro knowledge and
know tho whys and wherefores of things
liel'ure ten years of uo he had borrowed
and read eicry readable book within sev
eral miles of his father's houso, and this
cacrtio's to read induced him to become
a printer. Iu 1821 the family removed
lo Westliuveu, Vermont, where Horace
worked on a farm for five years. Iu
1S20 ho entered a printing office and
speedily became an expert printer. Ho
was soon called tho best workman in tho
ollieo and somolimcs rendered important
assistance iu editing the paper. In Juno,
1830, tho printing office which ho was iu
was discontinued and he soon travelled
to New York. Even at that azo his
knowlodgo of politics was so extensive
that amoui; party loaders he was an
authority. When ho was lacking six
months of his majoritv he found himself
in New York with a scanty wardrobe and
but leu dollars. Ilo soon round employ
ment and worked in different offices till
January 1st, 1833, when he began, with
Mr. Francis Story, tho publication of tho
morning Host, the Grst daily penny paper
ever publisla-il ii, tho world ! The paper
iriiivu iii utivD noous. J u murcu ,
1831, lie bewail tho New Yortor, a paper
which continued seven years but never
maJo any nitiauy. Iu 1840 he edited tho
Loj; Cabin, a small weekly journal iu the
interest of Harrison and Tyltr.
On April 10, 1841, bo began tho publi
cation ol' tho Daily Tribune which soon
rose lo a paper of wido circulation and
immense inllueiico in tho AVlii; purty.
In 1843 he was elected from New
Yoik tn (?nnTriyH tn fill n r.intnof nml
.erred from December, 1813 toMarch 4,
uu kiii, fenunu hi v.uuyic5 9
bitter opponent of the abuso of the
rniloago system, lie has labored faith-
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tully us an editor lor a hiyli tarilt, Jlainu
law and Other like ISSU09. Ill 1851 llO
erased tho Atlantic and was cordially
,. , ,
KrcetcJ by Hie journalists and public
men of Great Hrltain. In 18f)9 he made
a visit to California by tho way of Kan-
a, l'iba'a I'eak and Utah. When tho
war broke out he was ono of the most
, j i . i r" ,
zealous and tlctcrmined frieud of tlld
policy of cooquoriug tho rebellion. So
noon as it was over und ptaco was do-
elarcd, lio insisted upon recognizing tl at
fact by a Konoral amnesty to the rebols
nd suffra.-e to the emancipated blacks.
Uoll.vin,; that JclT Davis should either
U tried or set at liberty he became one
freedom of the leader of the rebellion
was mured, lie is the author of a larKo
number of works, lectures, essays, etc.,
and is probably US well known throuch
his writings as nv mini llvino
bis ffflllliys as any Uian IITID?.
One of tho St. houis lawyers, when
,, . . .i . ' c A
they went lo examine tho site of the new
law courts, said tint they had met thore
lo view the around where they must
lj niliiilnUirftlor ul'tbc evtnln ol T. W, Novel,
ilrcenirit, will luako n fl tint cllK men t of
hi. administration of said estate, at the noxt
Icim of the Prnhnlo Court of Lincoln county,
Missouri, tu lio begun nn.l held in Troy on the
ccond Monday In Julv, 1672.
upllnli C. U'. KICKS, Adm'r.
IVjOTICK I. hereby given that the undersigned,
IX niliniiiiKtrutrtx of the estate of flcorge C.
dee'd, will make it final settlement of her
""ministration of sold estate, at tho next term
of (he j,, Com f JAajn ((j
he Win, hold n tho court houso nt Troy,
In said county and state, on the second Monday In
KAHAII J. BOWKN, Adtur'x.
ST. CHARLES, TnIO..
Nursery situated mllo South of the City of
C. T. MALJjhWKKODT, I'roiriclr.
A OEXEUAL ASSORTMENT 01'
Fruit Tries, Grape Vines, Small
Fruits, Evergreens, Hoses,
Shade and Ornamental Trees and
V0 Send for descrlptivo Catalogue, Freo on
0. T. MALLIXCKilOIlT, St. Charles, Mo, 1
To iHcrtlscr. All persons who contctn-'
plate making contracts with newspapers fur the
iuiciliun of Advoillscineuta should send to
for n Clrculur, or incloc 23 ccn fur their lne
Hundred I'asre Pamphlet, c. -tnlnlnc' !-lts
of 3,1)00 newspapers anJ cs.iiuiatcs, sliuwiti); tho
cust of uiltrtiin:, also many useful hints tu
advertisers, iin.l some account of tho experiences
tlsul(. Thj 6m arr Iiroi;rclor,-of tho' Alncrl
can Newspaper Advertising Agency,
A 1 r'ftrKfl.OWf N Y
JL M. J.V ' M
Rm, nr ,..,, of unolu,,0,, fuci, tIe, for
curing the iurrttlon of a,lvertimenis In all Xow.
papers and periodicals at lowest rates. n!5
R; R. Rt
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
ruiius Tin: mokst pains
from One lo Twenty Minutes.
NOT OXE HOUR
afUr reading tliii a lvcrtut tnent nettl any uno
UM)V AY'S 11KADV KKLIKP IS A
CUl'.K FOIl EVKUY l'AIX.
it was tho first and Is tho
0n, jain Remedy
that instantly stops the most excruclatins pains,
ullays Iiill.unniation, nod cures Con;;fslions,
whether cf tho l.m,g, Stomach, llowcls, or other
glands or . rgrns, t,j ne npi lieation
IN I'ko.m oxe to twenty minutes,
iii t I -:.i.t.. ...... i.i
.irVuus, .Neuralgie, or prostrated with dneaso
'rl... . r ,).. llnn,- if. .tint ....I.
part or parts Mhero the pain or difficulty exists
will iiOurd i a.-o and eouifurt.
TneMy drops in half a tumllcr of water will
In n few moments euro Clt.S ill'.i, SI' ISMS,
souit sroM.r, sick m:n a an:, in
ai:i:iki:a, jirsi:xn:i:r, cu;.ir, wi.w
js rm: itowi:i.Samtaii istmixai. vai.vs.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Had
way's, Ittndy ItelleT "with them. A fw dru,s
in water will prevent sickness or pain from
orUiltersas a stimulant.
enangooi waur. it is better man trcucti liraiuy
FEVIIlt AND Alil'E cured for filty cents.
Thero Is not a remedial ngent in this world that
cures Feer and Aguo and other Malarious, Ilil
lous, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow and other Fevers
(aided h Itadway't, PIHh) so quick a Itad
waj 's Heady Iteliel". Fif:y cents per Lottie.
STRONG AND PURE 1UCII BLOOD
INl'RKASK OF FLESH AND
WEIGHT L'LKAR SKIN AND
ukav 1 1 I'll Is UU.Ml'LEXION SIv
CURED TO ALL.
ii i i j ii
UA8 J1AI. rIIK M08T AbTONWHixa cures
so quick, ho iiAi'ii) Am: tiik changes
TIIK IIOUV UNDERGOES, UNtJEIl THE IN
FI.UENCE Of THIS T11UI.V WONlJEItFUI,
Every 8)ay nn Increase in
Flv1i ami Weight in
.Seen anil Fell.
The Great Blood Purifier.
terry Iho, of tl.o SAUSAl'AUIM.IAN lti:-
hUI. L.S 1 communicates through' tho HlooJ.
me oouy un new una founil inuterinl. Scruu'n,
t'""'i'''""i Oln iduhr DUvm, vUtn in the
'ft'",' )''. . ith. OM. ad
oihtr jfirti vf the vt,n, .Sore f.uct, Strumorw
,i;h,ir,,e frvm the Kan, ami the teor.t or,,..
,s,i" '''"', Eruption; Eiter Sort; Siaftl llmi
fe ','V''V',7"' i?t'"',,','";,iJ"
Sxiu, lluruia, Awrnt; and till tea, ttt of the life
,,nVilr, xrithin the curative runje Iti.
''' Mu,le Cheviutry, umt few Jtu't
T "7" '"7 U'""J Uor "'T ""
Z f ''''""" '
m? ih nsiraiuuN Kr.sot.vr.T
excels all known reme.llal sgents In the euro of
Chronic, Fcrofulous, Constitutional, nnd Skin
J'lu' ! '"'tit ! ihc oly posttlvo euro for
KidllCJ' and Illatltitr CoiDJIIalUlS.
m t.t mv t vie
PFRFFPT PIIRfi A TIVC DM I O
' " " " ' ",,u" f , 'LLU
dlwJcr cfthe Stomach, Liver. Uowtls, Kid.
la, Hilloumon, lllllous Fever, Inflammation of
i'10 Duwels, I'iles, nnJ ll ilcrangements of tho
Internal Isccra srrunlea to clTect a j.oiilivo
curo Vureljr Vepetahle, containing no incrcurv,
minerals orilcleterlous Jrut's,
. fcyio.j. of lumvAY'S HLI.8 will fre.
tho syilein (rum nil tho uhoi o nnmeil J lorjers.
lvice 2J rents per hox. Soi.u i,v 7iVrooisTi.
ItUAD "KAl.si: AND Tltut'." Smil ono
'ef'wp ' UADWAV A- co.. No. 87 Maiden
''aoc' urkl Infurmatlon worth thousands
Willie tent you. aus12vou3:!
THE OHUG AND MEDICINE BUSINESS,
$JB I A- NEW FIRM. J$7
WOOLFOLK & Co.
(Kiiccomii's to iTI. JS. Italliugcr.)
HA VINO Purchased tlio Intel cst of ft. Ilailltigcr In (lie Iruir and Medicine
slushies, wc would ell the attention of tho trado lo OUIt COMIM.HTIJ
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
SOAPS JTST2D PERFUMEBIES,
V 2 A HOW UliASM,
liOOTiTS .ljD T.lTIOmVJEMtH
Vl.ILXX AXS9 FANCY VAXD1KH, CK.ARS, TOBACCO,
Orders I'rom IMiyMciaii rroinplly l illcd on the niusl
- Our Stock will he found full and well assorted at all times, and
customers mag rclg ujjon always getting good and fresh goods, at the
verg lowest prices.
Tro, Mo.. Fib'y 15, 1872. 'WOOLFOLK fc CO-
A K 4 W A 11
A FINE LOT OF INLINE
WIISTHDOW SASH -A.3STID GLASS,
And Ecergihing that mag be classed under the name of hardware.
v7ni3 s'a.'HS! nx maix ktkkkt, tkov. mo.
J tr,iv.n n..i.i.r b H Urfirn a t.n A ro PrUfCttti an
1 a. Ati.Sm ruflcliso i iaiiiaui si wwiirii di, ...
.tM t.LIONS Itrnr Tuntimonr to Ihetr
Wuiidfrhil Cm rn live Eflecti.
T tm (tot r. vile 1'nncj- Drink maieot roor
i:;u:;, Whittr) . I'rnof lrltn nnl Itrfute I.l
l ii a i'i il toi c.1. pl-c t anil nwrettnc J to please the tast
c i.ict ' Ii i ilc Aipcti2crit," ItMWreri,,f A.c, that
! it IV t. Microti tULttunl.ciir.cfi nmlrttln, tut aro k true
'iii.tiif m,nc rroiii t nttke UtMtiittuI IlerliH of Cali
I ni a, frco-frn-it till Alctihnltc Hllniiiluiiti.
t ,. n. i!wJ!:r,AT Itl. ODD ITHll'imt and
A I.IIE. tJZVINii ri:iN(,Il'lE.ai'cifi'.tIlciio
tr .r Itita JnU'p 't t Fystcnu cnrr)tiir off all
. .uiu icitttT itinl t o-t.Ji uu tliu Uot to a healths coil'
'tt.o.i. tmi tvku tliCK o rlttcra fttjcorillnp to
' v iitu rtvnalii l'n? niiui ll,prcWcl tholr buite
i rut ili-vrr-irc I tjMii.itr.il j'U:i ir ctlu-r tiimuh,
M'.oi. U)i-un- iil Ito.nii.Uhft polat uf repair.
Tit uru Coutlj l'tii':itlvo nn "ill nn a
r.ii.lr, if'-iiit-'. . vi. ti p-etillnr merit or art in k a
. w ft i . it. , i r. . i vma !' nK'e"tion or Intlainir.ation
i it I.iur, iiii'l ,' "i ' I -trul Orcr.n
'Ml VUM.l.:i CDU1M.A1.NTS, Inyonnjtor
i, mi no.t irMn . c in' div.it t( wohunliootlorat
'i t irii o! life. t.n o 1 tiM u r-m- ri Uau no ihhihI.
T'or lofituttii.-itnry ir.ul Clironln lEheuran
ii'trl C'u:U, D Miff'-'1' ' 1 tnllcfwlltiu, 1111
ui:, lic;til;i.Mil nn. I I nt I'ritilltrtil ruun i,
0n;r'i f l.ji' Khiatl, I,lrr, Kltliif) u iiHti
JilllitikM't t'lU IlltlOi "4 ha" lll-'Ht MlUTitsfill.
but-li Irlii-nM-iac (-..iif-it Itluti'il lllnod
'. i li i .' tn rrtiij ptult j' '..' ui'ciiivnt of t?3 111
DVVIil'IA Oil I :illilir TION llcaviiaclie,
, ,n h lliO MiO il'i r .(' tii'r.t. 'i nil .," f t.lt Clil-tt.
l' irit.t". ?our I'rut titi:M if' t oinnch, ltal Taate
"j Mottili, I'llm it A'.t.uU , i' il .rutioii nf tho Heart,
uuimjiinuof titu I.uiic-. I'r-m in the rtfioni of tb
.vit,V(i. Mt I n li:itJr-x.',,LLrfi.:iri 1 nji.ivtoim, cru tho
o;'i:.r!iv tf uB?.ru
TU iLTi.'uralo SUuich tu-i uliunlatA thotorpll
J-iruua Lunt.li. nt.ith runair tbciu of uuvauaUeJiCi
cr tn clfv.iul.ii t!i Utcl Df all 1.vuiIUm. aivl tinpan.
lni? tnr lite anii;or to the 'MiMi )tcm.
rilltSUlWUIMJAM.?4. Uni:Uoni. 'lV.tcr, t?alt
UVum, IIMcjw, hpits J'lui.ltii rutulw, BoiU, Car
" UiwWcrw. 1 JUat. oiu Kca, llryiirelaa,
Ilth.cuif, PfMcoloratt Jiniif the fc'Uu. Humors aod t)li
w- cf tlwb'Un.uf wIulHV-rtiautoor iiiture.arelltcr&Ur
.;iui lcarilci'iitftl0 t'i-u in a fhnrt tiutu ly
t la ft thcao Jlittera. Uno Lottie Iuuch cuei
contK.co the mot Inu-edulo n of their curative efTttti.
Cleans tho l:Utc4 Hloot whnctryou flti'l it fnv
puritl.A Itiisiiuj tliiouth Iho aMn n riu-pUn, V.tay
tleu or ?'ori; ttcAiun It kIicu )uu Cnl tt bUtructed ati 1
tlutLH In tho uliwi ilfano ltw!un It I foul, and
)our f ilnri will tt'.l jou when. Keep I ho Lh-o-J pure,
a.iJthah nlihof thOf-vtU-ct nhlfolluH.
Tin, T.i;i, r.: tl:rr V:r;n. lurVltur Ifi the
fU'iiH'l hi many ihanMii l, ara elTfttually doi;rictl
and reniorul. pjl) a dMItuuMic-d j hyuiutOf Ut, tl:erc
l4i.arcbly ai lti'mhlual up'j-.i tho fjcu cf tits earth
ivhiko lHiy l ix wpifioiutha i-nuciicj of woimi. It
h I Ukh tho hfaltby tlfinenli vt tho UJy that
r.nn exUt.hut vpnn thr difi-nwil Inimorn end Blhny
dvMiBiU tli.it hm-d thiu livhiT inotister) uf tllftano, Nn
hjr-twu tf MtdUlns no wrii'.Etii.'tK. i.o aiitht-linlutUj,
tree tho r,tt,.i frum wuiutri liko theu JUttvra.
J. W.W.KKU, I'n priiitor. II. II. MuDOXAI.D At CO.,
ltiui'.-l.tftt(l (I, u, A.'tnta. Fan fraiK-htco. CtifoutU.
nlr'il l Cti:;im5reeCrt.ft. .SVwYuik.
i. i, nv M. lm!iUUrtrS AM) VV.M
By PAKKKK ,t WQOLrOLK Uruggieti, Troy.
YOUIl BUSINESS IK Till! IIKItA-
IT WII.I. PAY.
Hlank Notes for ale at tbls Otlicc,
E, n T OVES
AND INDUSTRIAL PLOWS,
1872 Spring Trade. 1872
CAjL AT THE
CHEAP CASH STORE
. JACKSON I HUTT
OUR SPRING STOCK
WHI. SOON HE
READY FOR INSPECTION
AXD WE WILL
IN THE FOLLOWING
LINE OF GOODS:
Fino Whlto Flanntls
Fluid t Check "
WUo Silk Velvet.
Iluncy Comb Quilts
Cranhcs, bro. I bleach'd, Ladles Hosiery
l'illovr Case Cotton
Merino Vests and
Corsets, loir to fine,
HATS AND CAPS
BOOTS AND SHOES
Lnilictt' and .Hisses' Gaitcra
an o cje Rims,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR
ltlce, Spice, aud Ever) teiug Nice,
Oysters and Sardines
ANYTHING YOU WANT,
?.ir CALL AND ski:.
JAKM & 111 ' f
TROV, MO, March 7, 1872 noT'J'Tlyl
Attorney at Law It Heal folate Igcut.
120 Acres Xo. 1
Two nnd half miles wost of Troy on Truxton
and llanvlilo road. I.argo brick dwelling houso
U by 52 feet front, a looms with hall on first
story and cross halls on second slury, lire place Iu
each room, ceilings 12, 10 and 8 feet, csllar 18 by
20 I'ect with stono wnlls. A Ing will of puro
water anil plenty ol .lock water on Turin, in
acres' in cultivation, fine orchard of select fruit
of all kinds all tho lund under fence. Un road
leading to coal fields. At low figures and terms
to suit purchaser.
80 Acres No. 2
On n tuito north ot Troy nn Louisville road.
Xlco one story cottage dwelling with 4 rooms) 1
inllo from St. L. A- K. railroad. 40 ncies in cul
tivation j young orchard of select fruit, begin
ning tu bear. Low figures unit terms to suit pur
chaser. 201 Acres o.
Threo nnd a half mllis south of Troy. A
splendid farm, over 100 ucrcs In cultivation, u
good dwelling with 7 or X rooms, 2 now barns,
good outbuilding, plonty of using nnd stock
outer, nn n nulilic road, a fino orcliaitl of silcet
fruit and siiiull TroUs, a fino gnrden pnlcd in.
Dwelling stands on it nlco elevutlon with nice
yard, llntito farm under fenco nnd every aero
susceptible of cultivation. Splendid tract of
land, n very desirable home, and is offered at very
320 Acres No. 4
Four miles (oulh of Troy on Mexico road.
200 acres in cultivation, prnlrio land, fratuo
dwelling with ft room", good orchard of select
fruit, is u fino stock f.uin, good barns, plenty fine
timber to ki-ep place up, plenty using snd slock
water, In n good neighborhood ncccfsablo In nil
direction. Hood stand for public houso ami
finding quarters. Will sell part or all to suit
purchaser. Fries vory low.
10 Acres No. 5
Threo miles north of Troy, 20 ncros in cul
tivation, a comfortable house, excellent land, and
ill ti ako a good little lioino. ery cheap.
160 Acres No. 6
Four miles south of Troy. 70 acres In cult!
ration, log duelling with 3 rooms, meat houso
und b.irn.good well of living witter nnd n small
orchard of fruit trees. Half mile of district
school house, half mile west ol Sand Hun church,
same distance from Fost Oa!t and in u good
neighborhood, v ery cheap and desirable.
120 Acres No.
On tho llltifr ndjolnlng tho farm formerly
owned by 1 KUoriiick, l.u., to ncaes in cultiva
tion, ouliinco in timber. Uood traino duelling
it u three rooms, good cistern and a Well ol
never failing water. Five miles west of Cap-nil
1 1 r t . In a good neighborhood. 700 hearing fruit
trees of select fruit. Vety fino chanco tu nuke
money by purchasing this place.
200 Acres No.
Four miles north of Troy, 70 acres In a good
state of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling house
IS by 20 with L 111 by 2il, -I rooms in ull, orchard
t select Iruit ot all Kinds, 1 mllo west ot M. 1
& K. railroad, very lino spring of never falling
water nenr tho hou-c, convenient to school and
churches, in good neighborhood, and at very low
Lots in Troy. No. 10
Meo piocoof properly In Tivv n block of 4
lots, with comfortable dwelling, good garden,
ard, Ac, on ono of the liucst strut in towu.
Cheap for cash.
101 Acres No. 11
2 iii i led oust of ChiintHIii, Io 11 welting with
rou-ns, meat house ami excellent cistern, iilenty
of tock water. 40 ncrv in cultivation, at low
figures an I o'. vuy Una.
2 Lots in Troy. Xo. !2
A too i iiiceo of property in the town of
Trny 2 lots, ilwellinir hoiiro ami meat liuu.-'e,
enclosed with pood tt-nee, on n fino street, and
eonunands u splendid view uf tho town. Cheap
1100 Acres No. 31
Of land situated In Lincoln and Piko couii-
tio on the wattrs of llryant's creek, iu survey
.17, within Ii miles of u bout landing on tho
Mississippi river, and is divided Into lots of
about 2i0 acres each. All this land i very val
uable, possessing a soli unsurpassed for produc
tiveness, with nn abundance of water for all
purposes, pcculiuly adaptid to fruit growing
and stock raising, with extensive impioveiuents
on each nnd every lot, and the uncultivated por
tion covered with tho fiucst timber In northtnst
Missouri. All in an excellent neighborhood, of
casv access to churches and schools, and from
which teams can make ihreo trips to tho river in
a day. For solo In lots totuit purehnjers nml on
terms most liboral indeed. Persons desiring
homes which will pay und ho a blessing to them
selves and posterity, could not do better than
buy one or allot these tjilcnaiu lots of land.
257 1-2 Acres Nti. II
On tho Mississippi Bluff, 7 miles west of Can
au uris ana i miles soutneat ot .New Hope, on
tho Bluff road, tiO ncrcs In cultivation, balance In
fine timber, irimo dwelling with .1 r.oms, tol
crably good out buildings, 4 or 5 neverfaillng
springs on tho place, good cistern near door of
dwelling, young orchard of select fiuit, near to
liaptist and tbrisliun churches nnd school house.
:i miles Irom uoninson s mill und store, in a very
fino neighborhood, splendid wheat, corn and
stock farm, tho very placo to mako you a good
homo and to get your money back on. 1'ilce
very low and terms to suit purchaser.. Bo iu
hurry ilso you villi bo left out in the cold.
Lot in Troy. No. 15
Lot Jvo. 7i in Troy, a cood rropertv of 4
lots, dwelling with 4 rooms, nlco yard, horso and
cow lot, u young orchard of select fruit, good
garden, in n desirable part of town, on a fino
street and commands a fino view of tho town.
,U low figures nnd terms to suit tho purchaser.
Buy before tho St L 3c K It It is completed, and
inoreoy securo yourseu a nanuiotne prout
Troy I'roncriy. No. IK
Hero is tho placo to get your money back."
Tho l'oensalot property on Main. Cherrv and
Union streets, threo sloro rooms, ono frontlngon
aiuin aim unerry streets, tlio other two fronting
on Mnin street, all ono-s-.ory framo buildlnes t
and on tho samo lot and Immediately back of tho
atororoom on tho corner of Main and Cherry Is a
one-story Iramo dwelling with 4 rooms. This
proporty occupies tho very best location in tho
town of Troy for any kind of mercantile busi
ness, and will bo sold at very low figures nnd on
terms exceedingly genrroua. If you desiro the
best buslnoss stand in Troy you will find it to
your interest to he up and doing, else you will
lose a oargain worm uaving.
140 Acres. No. 17
LOOK 1IKKK. YE STOCK MEN I 140
acres iu a fino stato of cultivation, 100 acres in
grass, balance ready for any kind of grain, ull
under good fencing in 3 fields, on tho Troy nnd
Auburn road, a part of the Jonah Morris farm, 7
miles fram Troy and 3 miles south from Auburn,
plenty of stock water, 2 buildings ; also tho un
divided ono fifth part of 2110 acres of good tim
bered land ono mllo west of tho 140 aero tract,
which la also a part of tho Jonah Morria farm.
Theso lands aro within a short distance of tho
St L It K K It. aro very valuable and in a good
condition to yield an hundred fold. Price 94,000,
too cheap to talk about, toruis liberal.
B- Partlca wishing to sell or buy will consult
their own Interest by calling on me.
"jVOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin
I ' istratlon woro granted to the undersigned
on tho estate of James Porter, deceased, by the
Clerk of tho Prohato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo on tho 12th day of April, 1672.
All persons havlnir claim.
are reojulredjlo exhibit them to tho adminlstritor
for allowanoo within ono year from the dale of
rin loners, or iney may be prcoluded from any
l,n,l.,fil rtf ant. I .......... . , , ,
....... uu nol cxlilhlled
within ivru years from tho dato of said letter
they will bo forever barred.
"Y-' E. 0. SITTON, Adin'r.
ubscrirc for the IICMAI.1. uIt M
NOTIUlI is hereby given that letter lei.
tameiilary were grunted tu tho undersign.
by tho Cltrk of tho I'rohato Court til Idncolti
county, JIo., on tho estute of Nicholas l'leoner,
deceased, on tho 28th day til March, 1872.
All er otis having claims against said estate,
nro required to exhibit Ilium for allow aneo to the
Kticutcr within ono year from the date ol
said letters, or they may ho preclude 1 from any
benitit of ald estate, and If not exhibited within
two years from tho dato of said totters, they will
he forever barred.
DA VII V, FMJHNHIl, I Exec'rs,
ANDllKW J. DIXON, J inaJ2
IVJOTICK la hereby given that letters of admin
1 Istrntlon worn granted to tho under.lgiiel
on tho eslato of Herman Homtncrsinelr, deo'cd,
by tho Clerk nf tho Probate Court of Lincoln
county, Mo , on tho llth day of April, 1873.
All person, having clatms against said ostal
aro requited tn exhibit them lo tho ndmldlstrator
for allowauco within ono year from the ilato of
said lettors, or they may bo precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited within
two years from tho dato of said letters they will
bo lorcver barred.
may4 HENItY HEMMEKSMEIK, adna'r.
VOTtCE Is hereby given that letters of ad
1 1 ministration wero granted tn the undetslineil
nn tho estate of Funny Peiklna, deceased, by
the Clerk or the rrobntc Court of Lincoln county
.Mo,, on tho loth iiay ol April, IH7Z.
All persons having claims against said eslati
nro required to exhibit them to tho administrator
for allowance within ono year froji tho dato nf
said letters, or they may bo precluded from any
"uncut ol raid estate, anu il not exhibited within
two years from tho dato f said letters they will
be forever barred.
apr25n!7 FREDERICK WINO, Adra'r.
A HI! endorsed and prescribed by more lending
Phlclans rflan any other Tonic or .titnu
Innt in use. They aro
A SIMtK IM!i?Vr.NTIVi:
For Fever und Ague, ltiterniitti tits, UilliouencC'
nnd nil disorders arUIng from malarious cause.
They arc highly recommended ns nn ANTI-DYf!-PEPTIC,
and In eases of 1 suiumioK are inval
uablc. Aa'an A I'PETIZEK and HF.CUPEKANT
and in caos of m:utAi. iikhiuty they have nev
er, in n single Instance, tailed in pruduein ttiu
most happy results. They are pattictilnrty
strengthening thu body, inv Igornting tho mind,
and giving tone anil ela-tiuity to the whole sys
tem. The 110-Mi; llITTi;iiS arc couipuumlcJ
with greatest care, und on tonic stimulant has
ever bctore been offered tu tho public ko 1'I.kasant
to TUB T.istK nnd at tho tamo time combining so
many remedial agents endorsed by tho medical
fraternity as tho lu.t known to thol'hartnacopocia.
it costs bill little to givu tlieiti a lair trial, and
livery Family Minimi Halt; a Iioltlc.
No preparation in the world can pro luce s
many unqualified endorsements by physicians o'
the very highest stainling in their pruicsion.
Jy'ilorfi ,1 ofv l-it thi t Ur'Vj (lief tlu tcivtltfj ui,ij..t
iimtiwtttl i r.
U. S. .M.VItl.SK llrSU'lTA!., M, l.OUIS, "CI. .", -
Jas. A. J iCkMiv .v Co. I hav e examine I tho
formula for making tho ll.nue toniacli Bittci i
and used tin in in this hospital tho but lour tneii'
I consider thoiu tho most valu iblo n nlc m l s ic.
ulant now in utc. S. II. MEI.fl! f.U,
ltcsk"t l'hysician In charge U S. Marine Hospi'l;
Jas. A. JACksoN ,tCn. (leittlcmnii As you
havo communicated to the medical profession the
recipe of tho Homo Bitters, it cannot therefore
be considered as a patent meuieiiie,no p'licni Hav
ing hien taken for it. Wo havo examined the form
ula for making tho Home Bitters, and unhesitat
ingly soy the combination's one of raro excellence,
all articles used in its composition are tho best ot'
the clas to which they belong, belug highly Ton
ic, stimulant, stomachic, eanninatlve and t lighllv
laxative. The mode of pre) nrlng thcin Is s'rici.j
in accordance with the rules of phaitnacy. llav wi '
used Item, seen its effects in our priv ate nractl"
wo lako pleasure in recommending Iht m t.inll p r-
sous desirous ut luKtng bitteis us bung the b
Tonic and Stimulant now offeiod to public.
FKA.Mv ti. i'Ulill.ll,
Pi of. Obletric and diseases uf women, ('idle.'
ol Physicians and late number Board of llculin
I,. I' liuisi.l.M-.lti;, rrui.otuniteir.es
and dii:es of vrouinn, Si. Louis Med. CV
UHAKE MellUWEl.L, M. 1.
Late l'rc.'t Misfouri Medical ollcgc.
E. A. CLAHK, M. I.
Prof. Surgery Mo. Med. College und late ltcsio
Physician ' itv IliKpital, fct. I.ouis.
HEltllElir PltlMM, Pror. Piacllc
I'h.rmncv. St, Louis C.llegeof Pharmacv.
J. (', WHITEIIILL, Ed.McdUljl Archives.
Ai.p'u HevcorK, it.ii. Hr. tl. V. I'. Ludwiu
O. OcnicEF, i. n. S. (iitATt Moses, vi.u.
C. A. U'ake, i, d. W. A. Wilcox, u.o.
E.C. FRAtv'KLIN, Professor
Surgery Ilumocpathio Medical college,
J.J, Vastise, m.p, T 1 Comstock, m,d.
Prof midwifery and diseases of women, Colleg
of llonia-patolc Physicians and Surgeons.
JNO. COXZLEMAN, Lecturer on
Diseases of Children, Homoepathic college of M,
CIIAIILKS VARTIXE, M. I). Prof of
Physiology Homoepathio Med. Col, of Mo.
JOHN HARTMAX, M. D., Prof clinic;,
ucdicluc, col. Homoepathio l'hys, and turgcens
They aro superior to all otbor Stomaoa llitter
Kn.no Sanukks, analytical cheiciat.
No bitters in tho world can excel them.
Simon Ilinscu, analytical chemist.
Imminent I'liyslclaiiN uf Chicago.
Tho formula fur tho Home Hitters has been sub
mittcd tn us, und wo believe them' to bo tho bes
tonic and stimulant for general use now oSerct.
to tho public. H. Woodbury 11 i
O A Mariner, analyt'l cbcrn. I II 8 Halm "
J V Z Blanoy, Prof cheinst'y B McVicar "
Bush Medical College
N S Barne, u I T S Ilojno I
J H Walker "
R Ludlnm "
Jas A Collin. "
J A Hahn, " ITT Kills,
ICmliiciit 1'hyslclans In Clnclnatl.
Nearly all of whom nro Professors in one or thi
other of tho medical colleges.
.No other Bitters have ever been offered to the pnh
Ilo eiubrucuig so many vuluablo remedial agents
J L Fattier u D I L A James u u I S P Bonner k
OTSImpson " CSMuscraft" OWBigler"
tt V Tallalerro" J 11 nuckncr" J J Quion '
WUWoodword" O AIDohcrty" P FIttley
0 Woodward " O K Taylor " R irJTihn.ou
O K Taylor " DWM'Curtby SBTomlinsi
R S Wayne, Chemist.
Eminent Physicians In Mcraphlg.
ThcIIome Bitters arc an Invaluable remedy for In
digestion diseases arising from malarial cause
u it -Jliornton u u, In charge of City hoapltal
J M Rogers mii I Alex Erakino m d I M It Hod,
II W Purnell M A Edmunds" PaalOtey kl
Jos R Lynch " Sonford Boll "
IJiuliucnt Physician. In Pltttburg.
B F D.ko it D I Win Clowes u o I D II Willard t
W U Child. I O Wuth.ohma't J II McClollau 1
Anil Hundreds of Other
In all pruts of tho North, West and Souti.
J E lluruur, u u, Milwaukee
Coi-xoit. Biji-rsi March 27, 1671.
Jauks A.Jacksuk ,t Co. Having examined tho
formula of tho "Home Stomach Hitters," I lava
prescribed thorn in ray practice for some time,
nnd pronounce thtm the best Tonla Bitter, now
in "u. , P. H. MoMAHON, M. P.
T-if For sale b- Hr. 8, T. EAST and M. (.
BALL'INUElt, Troy, and all druggist. growl,
Juint i A, 4ukkon & Co., Proprietor..
Luboralury 105 Si 107 N. Second t., St. Luuis.