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"Tie Lilttt Chip an Xi-nntl Ihr llratt I"
A PLEASNO INCIDENT FOR
OUR LITTLE FRIENDS
There wat a lit! to boy scarce eovon
years old, whoso kind and noble father
was taken suddorjly very ill. So alarm
ing were bit (ymptons that a distin
guished physician, and a brother of the
gentleman, wcro telegraphed to hasten
to his bedside.
TcrriBed by fears that Death might
take the bead and day of her family, the
wile and mother for a limo forgot her
children ; when conscious of her duty
to thorn, she looked around for her little
ones , all were in their play-room save
one the little liny was missing, lie
as called time and again, and the yard was
searched over for him, still ho could'not
be found. His mother, though alarmed
for tho fafely of her child, could not
laavo the bed.itle of her sick husband
to join in search of her boy, At length,
quietly and composedly, the littlo fellow
walked into the room where his father
lay sick. "My son," said his mother in
pleased surprise, "I am glad to seo you,
to go awy and distress mo while your
poor father is suffering so much. I ro
ally thought you too good a boy to have
acted so." "Mother," paid the little boy
as he drffc near her, his lips quivering
and his voico faltering almost to a whis
per, "I have not been a noughty boy, I
have been in my little room praying God
not to take our dear father from us ;
mother, do you think ho will?"
Who knows but it may have been tho
prayers of that baby boy that staid the
hand of the Destroyer, and spared the
life ol tho father. Wo are not heard for
our much speaking, and doubtless
tho lisping earnest words of this inno
cent child, fell with power and force upon
tho listening our of the Omnipotent.
Do you feel curious to know, my little
friends, tho came of our little hero?
Well, wo will toll you ; his name wa 15.
(iralz Brown, only son of Gov. Brown
of Missouri, and we assure you of tho
truth of the incident, as wo wcro not far
off when it occurred, and we have related
it with the hopo that it may teach you
all to pray for your parents and tliote
who are sick and suffering everywhere.
We hope your mother will teach you to
pray ns little Gratz's mother has taught
him. We pity tho child who is not
taught to remember his Creator in tho
days of his youth. Orphan's Advocate.
JAS. E. EDDENS,
AGENT AT NEW H 3PE FOR.
C. Aultman & Co.'s
" SweepstakeS "
Tlio Only Oonulao
Th rexhiii ? Machine.
C Aultmca & Co
Root iSS Flatt,
St. X.ouls, Ho.
TWO STYLES of HOUSE POY.'ERS,
Doth Elfiht nJ Ten Hone.
The Improved "Cary" Power,
Tho CoxnponHutinn Power, oithor
"aiountcC" or "Bowa."
A ccmmendiUe an.l.iion ciltti srr.pnp Thrririrrt
"lv own the bet Matl.mc in the neighborhood. '
Nothing li mote dJfcrcraUle iu them than to l
frmcr conjiliin thjt their uorit It ict irojjtfl done,
pi tu lute valjaliic tir e by itanr. vt btraL-affb, nj
Uuy cannot lc Uu cam! in icleiting a Machine,
Tho Gweortnkoa ii tho nccredltil
ed f ,hc 'l ,lfir.'-if? ti-Joic Iaii ily, ana Ui
JHfcKlOR. I'l kK-.(. I 11, iluulJll.tV, ilnflHilv. ruc
cf draft, t le of ( i.;i, an 1 chilly for thmMr and
cleaning grain fit f t inarkct, Liter ar.d btttcr thu any
rl her, are atInt-HlcJiJ,
Tho nroat reputation noMovod Vy
thin fatrurile M&Jui.c hai Jut .eer.l Ln:iuulom
manufacturers atM m inert u a(;cnti to attatlt the naite
of 6Wbkl'STAi;i'i" inioiaeway vt cihcr to the 1.
tnachlnu and a lfrucmei.tit to ii.iUsM and deceive,
To avoid dettfttt'it tee that every Machine hit the
card 'C. Auliiiuu Cu, Marfaiturrn, Canton,
Uhlo.," lit tHt tetter, coiuj icuouily on both tUct t,f
Tho GonuSna Swoop al alecs cnnliioa
the thresliur lo Jk uuwniii, ictJom itoji
tut rcpawi, tatta inmh lunger than oll.eii, livn mucJt
grtimblirg and veaation, dors the tame amount of
work with lets labor, and enables him to select the test
and most profitable Joli.
Tho farmer elves it tno proforotioc,
and often an caira jmUc jrr luthel, btwuc it tr.iotc
elean from the heads, tr parties perfectly, trcm the ituw,
clean! for market, without watte, saves all the grain,
docs Its wot It with the utmost speed, satrty, and icon,
my, and docs not keep a pang tf men and teams about
It on expense.
The rlegant I'atent iMrot Side Gear' is to be
found only on the "Stepitakes,"
Tho "Pntcnt CletuilcK Apparatuu"
enables the opeutcr tj control the diuiiiori bf the
blast, and poiUuu of tl.e fieri, and i im cither
heavy, or light ftaln, without watte, as fatt as It can
be threshed the chaif and dirt, btinjt srparatcd'from
the g.raia nuruKn it showus diu biuviii at all
Safety Couplings fT Tumbling Rods, which
av money, time and danger to man and bcait, arc
furnished on all our michir.es.
- A Writtor Warraafv delivered lti
The "Swooplitahoa' I usually a very scain
article after harvest, ana parties should cikdek eakl
Separators, Hone 1'owcrs, Straw backers, Gears or
Jacks, soli separate wncn an i red.
Call or send and get a t'ampMct Circular, giving a
hit description and particulars, together ith pruca
IJItO! tho umUrs-tgncl un tty 28tli of April,
187.', ti Lrown work marc, collar murk on cacli
IJooi llio ntck, It nliuut J-1J.; hanJa Ulgh, niiJ
tot w ecu 8 nnii 0 year old, Should any i.no ta
this marc, they will confur a f.ivur ly tuklnn her
ujt and notifying uit, and burcwurdetl lor tliclr
cuuble. J. W. HAUUIS,
isltKEtv LouUvlllf, Lincoln co. Mo.
THE DRUG AND MEDICINE BUSP ESS,
)B7B iA NEW
WOOLFOLK & Co.
r$uc('csoi's Ut .TI. ft. fin II i ii gu r.)
HAVISCi liirrliacd ilic Interest of SI. S. Hallinccr In tlie Drni; and Medicine
Hii.lncsN, uc uoiilil c.ll tlic attention of tliu trade to OUK COJII'l.KTE
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
PfjiLIIV An VAXtiY CAiIi:S. t lWAKS, TOBACCO,
trja'JS "TliKS A"XJ XjXQiSOZtte,
Sea., Sco., cScc.
Oi'th'i's IVom Physicians Promptly M illed on the most
Our Stock will lc found full and tcell assorted at all times, and
customers may rchj ttjion always (jetting good and Jrest yuudts, at the
very lowest, jtricM
Troy, Mo.. Feb', 15, 1S72. WOOLFOLK Jfc CO.
W, SAWl J, A$T
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
KC&SOOL IJJPOEiS AAJJ TATtO:t'S:5SY,
PICTURES & PICTURE FRAMES,
5 9 HO X O HM A.P.IC AL S5 U J7. & ,
Perfumery ami JFancy a'lriicles
SOAPS, BRUSHES AND COMBS,
IPIZPES, OIO-ARS -A. 1ST ID TOBACCO,
RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AMD NATIVE WINES,
ro:i medical usi:.
And Everything Uusually kept in a First Clasj Drug Store.
Troy, Mo., May IS, 1S72.
BE ARDW A R
FINE LOT OF HOLIKB
AT FACTORY -zljs,
"wi3srnDO"w ssn jistjd glass,
And Everything that may be classed under the name of hardware.
STOBH ON .TBAL
For Good Bargains
Cash Grocery Store,
niKKK YOU WILL l'lSl) A (iUNKIl.U.
V ASSOltTMUNT OF
OF lVi:UY DUSCIIIITMN'.
jiV Tlio New Cntli Sloro will to found on
MAIN STlti:i:i', Iu llio liuildlng formerly occu
iic.l liv M. T. llrltton.
MV TIIIMHtV IS!
m m SM1LL PROFITS,
IS "11KTTHU TIIANQWifTTATn:
Como with thoCi.li, and you will not liavoto
pay the lom on LaJ ilebu, but will got your
If you do not want to buy, CALL ON Mi: ; It
WILL NOT i'OST YOU ANt'TlHM S
It Is no Trouble, to
Show You ftood Groceries,
All Kinds of Produce
Tiicoi in EjciImihjc fur Gruccrits.
O V E 8
- All Kinds
AND INDUSTRIAL PLOWS,
NTRGET, TKOV. HIO.
C. C. EANSDELL,
BOOTS AlD SHOES,
BUST or WO lift
The ISesl Workmen
I am prepared to Furnish
liiidieM and ieiilleiiieii u illi
the Finest iTIorncco .siioew
ami French-Calf Itoots, all
made to Order and in Hest
Heavy work, Miitahle for
nil ItindM ol weather, and
lor roughest larm work.
Customer may rely upon
my tiioodM being what they
are represented Ilo'-made
mill host oiialilv.
. .. .
tal1 a,ui 8CU 0,,,, wo, ,i-
C. . ICAIVSJIDIil,.
! Truy, Mo., March 7, 1872.
fi' tlinl nrilirttlCIII.
i ...i .. it.., .i.n,lfr.tifn(..l.
JN nVinlnlVlMtur or tl.fc.tolc oflUtiiry II at-
co.nl, .iJr. IX II ,,"k. , final .rtt cmcnt ,-r
W nd nlni.tfa I t o ",.11 c ale at tho next
I :. I .. ,,. , ". ' .. ..... ..r n.in enntv.
' i ,c ocMin ni.dl.old 'n 'Iroy on tho icv'ond
I Mond iv In July.
fm30ti',ll ll O.SITrON, ailurr.
U 1 C3 Hi I
OTICU U hereby given that the unilcrnlgncil.
IN admlnUlnitororihcislnloorNclfon Until,
III niako a Un A toltlciuant or Ills
ndnilnldratioii i.r ald cttilc.it the next term of
Ibo Probata Court ot Lincoln county, Mo., to be
begun and I. (Id In Troy on tho (ccond .nonaay
in July, 1872. ...., . .
m0n22 M. WATTS, i.dm'r.
!0TICi: I. hereby giver. Hint tho undcrflgned,
11 ndinlnl.tratrlx of tho c.tato ir (Icorgo t
llnwcn.ilcc'd, will mnko a final .cltlcment of her
odinlnl.triillon of mid cit.ito, at the next lerm
oriho Probate Court or l.incjn county, Mo., lo
bo begun and held In Ilic court bouse nt Troy,
in fold county and t late, on the second Monda In
npllnlSp SAHA1I J. llOWKN', Adtnr's.
OTICK Is henby given lha' tho underl:ncd
IN ndminlstr.iUir with will annexed or tho ci
tato of David M. Anderson, .licensed, will make
n flinil .Milium nt of hl a ministration of sa d
cslato nt the next term or thn Probate Court of
Lincoln couuty, Mo., to bo begun and Jicld In
Truy on tlio second Jcinlay in July, 1S"2.
m2Jn2t h. N. llON'FILS, fldm r.
VOTICK ! liereliy k1i Ht l'i underalRncil,
l n.li.iliil.lrnlnr ..I lliu enlllto ol T. W. Novel,
,lri.nn.r,1. will mnko n llnnl sotlleincnt of
M. ..(...Inlalrnllon nt tnld nutate, nt thn liet
term of tho l'roli.ito Court of Lincoln county
Mi'imtirl, to ho licKiin nnd held In Troy on'tho
jicnii'l .MoiiJ.iy In July, 18,2.
npiiiiu u. . uiuiv.-, whit.
N OT1CK is herehy given thnt tlio undcrjlRned,
Curator tit' tho estate ol John S. LcivIj, filed
nt the April tern. 1 87 J, of tlio l'rub.ite Court of
Lincoln county, Mo., a ju't nnd tiuo exhibit of
tho accounts bitneen hiiufelf and aald ward, and
that li u will raako iiMilicnlion at tlio July term
1S72 of f.iid court for le ve to make a final
fcttlcmcnt of lilj curntorship of ;ald cslnte, and
lor ni.4 iiHcnaro an inini etir.t'nr.
apajnlip Wl 1,1.1 AM VUl Ml, uurntor,
VOTICK Is hereby gien that letters of nd
i. ' ministration were ernntc.l to the undir
signed on the estalo of S imuel Truelove, dceM,
by the Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln
count), Mo., on tho 7th dov of May, IS72.
l'erons having c'niiu iigtin": .ii.l estate are
reiii.rcj to exhibit them to the adminis rator
wiuun one ) ear Iroin the ilato ol sil l letters,
they may bo precluded from liny benefit ol said
estate; mid if not exlnbi el within two years
from the date of said letters, Ihrv ill bo forever
barrid. tmHUniS L. (1. ITT0 ndm'r.
NOTIC'l! is hereby givin that letters of admin
i.tr.ition wireyaiitcd to ilie undersigned
on the estate of John C. lUugh, deeo sed, on
the Ihth day of May, Ih72, bv the Clerk of the
l'rolate Court of Lincoln county, Mi'iourl
All pcrsous having claims ag.iinst said estate
aro required to cxli blt t'loin to the administrator
for ulliiwance within one jear from tho date of
sau letters, or they may bo preclu Icil I oin anv
benifit of said dale : aud if not exhibited
within two years Iroin tho dato of said letters
thev will bo forever barted.
in2.ln21 WILLIAM WMEELLU, lulm'r,
KIOTICE is hcrtby
given that Jcttcrs tcs
tamentarv were "ranted to the uiiderl-?in'i
by tho Clerk of the Pmb.ito Court ot Lincoln
county, .Mo., on the estale of Nicholas Fleener,
ilccoaseil, on the 2th day ol March, 1372.
All r oris hu Ing claims ngaltut said etate
aro icquirtj to exhibit them for allowance to the
l.itcuurs within ono year from thcdito ol
said letters, or they mnv bo nrccluded from un
benefit of said citato, and if not exhibited within
two years from tho dato of said letters, they will
oo lorei er tiarrcu.
OEOKiilM I'LL L'NEP., 1
DAV1U V, FLLEXEH, , Excc'rs
ANDILUW J. 1JIX0N, J inny2
T0TICE is hcrohy given that letters of admin
i.traiijn wcru granted to the undcr.-incd
on llio estate ol Herman lletnuiomneir, dee'ed
by the Clerk of tho 1'robalo Court of Llnmln
county, M u tho llth .l.i.. of April, W2
All pcrxui- having claims agiitut Slid estate
aro rcquhel In exhibit them t tho ndtnldlstiutor
tor nllowaiii-c within one year from tho date "f
ealil letters, or they may bo included from anv
benefit of i.l i. late, and If n. i ixbibitcd uilliln
two years, fn.-n llio dato of said letter, they will
oe iore er oai rco.
mny4 HEXIIY II EMM Ell? M EI It, ndm'r,
,. OTICl, Is hereby given that letters of nil
I niinislrnlb.n wcro granted to tho undu.-igued
no inu esiaio oi xunny i'cikuis, iiceea. cl, by
iiioticrK oi mo rrooaic vourt ot i.inrnin county
M , on tho 1 5th day of April, 1872.
All persons hawng claims against said etuto
aro required o exhibit them to tho adia.ni.trator
for allowance within ono year fro 31 tin. dale of
salt letters, or t hoy may bo precluded from any
Ocnclit nt said estate, and If not exhibited within
two years from tho dato f eald letters they will
00 lore er oarren,
nT25nl7 FUEDEUICK WlXd. Adtn'r,
Aduiiiiistrafor'N iol ice.
TVOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin
i ' istration wero granted to tho undersigned
on the estale of Jamo-i Porter, deceased, bv tho
uicrx 01 too rronato uourt or Lincoln county
Mo., on tho 12th day of April, 1872.
All persons having claims against said estato
aro requlredjto exhibit them to the administrator
for nllowanco within ono year from tho dato of
said lottcrs, or they mny be precluded from uny
benefit of said estato J and If not exhibited
wiiiun mo years trom tho dato of raid lottcrs
tney will bo forever barred.
may2n!8 E. 0. SITTON, Adm'r.
Order of Publicatiuu.
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho undersigned
administrator of the cslato of Itcnrv Me.Ma.
hill, dco'd, 011 tho th day of April, 1S72, at the
npru term 01 tno rronato uourt ot Lincoln
county, Missouri, for 1672. filed his i.otltion n
such administrator for tho rale of tho real estate
of said deceased, or ro much thereof n9 might bo
necessary to pay tho debts duo by said deceased,
accompanied by tho lists nnd Inventories required
oy law, ana Hint unless the conliary bo shown
nn order will bo mado for the salo of said real
cslato ut tho July term of said Probato Court for
1&72, wiiica term will bo begun nnd hold at tho
court liouso In Iroy, .Missouri, on tho second
Monday In July. 1872. when and where nil uni
sons Interested In said estato will appear nnd
show cnyso why said order of salo should not bo
grantod. m23 THUS. A. 11 ALLEY, Adm'r,
TO AI.I. UlltIM IT MAY CUNCEIINi
A PETITION was presented to thtf County
Court at tho May term, 1872, asking tho
Court to establish a municipal township, to bo
called Nineveh township, and to havo tho follow
ing boundaries! llc-ln In tho channel of West
Cuivro river In tho line of Lluooln and Mongom
ery counties, thenco north on tho county lino to
tho lino of Piko county, thenco east on tho lino
botwoen townships 50 and 51 to tho lino between
jectlons 4 nnd a, township 50, rango 2 west,
thenco south on section linos to tho channel of
West Cuivro river, thenco up tho clninnol of raid
river to pluco of beginning.
Said t ctillon will bo considctcd by tho court
on the ilr.t day of tho August term for for 1872,
whloh said term will lo begun and held nt tho
co rt houso in tho town ol Troy, an Monday,
Auguit 12, 1872. '
By order of tho County Court.
Attest! p.o. CAKE, -County t'lcrk.
By J. M. fccLELf,AN, .. i2:)ri
Onlrr of Pulilicnlloti.
-XTnTICi: l horelir fflvcn Ihnt the undcrjlcnnl,
1N oJuilnlilrutor oflho mtiito or Sjlvundor For-
t.u.l,. decM. on the -ll. day or A,,rll, IS 2. nt
the April terra or the 1'robalo Court ,.r J.lneoln
mnolv. Xtln.mil. lor 1K72. flkd hit l.ctltloti ni
tuch ndtnlnlitrutur tat llio .alo er the real clalo
"r ''oceaied, or iu much thcrcor a. might bo
i.ccc nry lo pay Iho (Icon iiuo uy am uccu.ijci,
nccntnpjinlod hy tho lUts nnd InvcntoricH rcrpiircd
bylaw, and unlets tho contrary ho bnn, nn
"'I.. '.III,. I i-.. ...U ,.r -nl,t rnl r.t;.t
,,, erni nf fM VtaMta Court fur 1S72,
which term will l,o begun and held ut Ilic court
hoiuo In Troy .MIourl, on llio .ccond Monday
July, l.2, when onJ wlieronii person, inic
le.l li. r ii 1 it cialo will nimenr and r-ho.T cause
why nld order or .nlo Bhould not bo granted.
'.A..HI nll.u tl' O U.-PIV nlm'r
tl.Ar. . tu.i li . I.' . i. it in ..
f. fl C f
r A " m O
E'ETCAKBFlt Jt COMtlllST.
.Ulornejs at Law A; Ileal Ustalc lgts,;
120 Acres No. 1
Two nnd half miles west of Troy on Truxton
and Dnnvlilo road. Largo brick dwelling house
41 by 62 feet Iront, 8 rooms with hall on first
story nnd cross halls on second story, nro pinco in
each room, ceilings 12, 10 and 8 feet, cellar 18 by
20 feet with stono wnlls. Living well of pure
water nnd plenty ol stock water on farm. 70
acres In cultivation, fine orchard of select fruit
ot nil Kinds J all llio land under fence. On road
leading to coal lUlds. At low figures nnd tonus
to suit purchaser.
80 Acres No. 2
Quo in 1 1 q north ot Truy on Louisville road.
Nice ono story cottago dwelling with 1 rooms; 1
in 1 1 o from Ht. L. k K. railroad. 10 ncros in cul
tivation t young orchard of select fruit, begin'
nlng to bear. Low figures and terms to suit pur
chaser. 201 Acres o.
Threo nnd a half miles south of Troy. A
plcndbl farm, over 1011 acres In cultivation, u
good dwelling with i or 8 rooms, 2 new barns
good outbuildings, plouty cf usiug nod stuck
water, on n public road, a lino orchard or select
fruit nnd small fruits, n fine garden paled in
Iclllng stnnds on s nlco elevation w h nice
yard. Entlio farm under fence nnd eery ncro
susceptlbio of cultivation, t-plcudid tract or
land, n very deslrablo home, and Is offered at very
320 Acres Xo. 1
Four miles south of Troy on Me'i' o road.
200 acres in cultivation, prairie land, frame
dwelling with ti rooms, good orchard of select
lruit, is a tine stock fajm, good barns, plenty lino
timber to k"ep pinco up, plenty using sr 1 slock
water, in n good neighborhood accessible iu nil
directions, (inod stand for public hou-o and
finding quarters. Will cell part or ail to suit
purchaser, rrlec vory low.
10 Acres Xo.
Thrco miles north of Troy, 20 acre li. cul
tivation, n comfortable house, excellent !.md, mid
will u.nko a good little home. cry cheap.
100 Acres Xo. ti
Four tnllc south of Troy, 70 acres 'n t-ultl
vatlon, log duelling witli li room... im-.t' house
nnd barn, good well of living water and , small
orchard of lruit trees. Half mile of district
reboot house, half milo west o' :ind Hun church
sumo distanco trom Post O.i't and n a good
neliiboiliootl. cry cheap and desirable
120 Acres Xo.
On tho llluff ndjoining the farm formerly
owned oy I UOrmck, f.sq., 1,0 neaes in culliva
lion, oaiiinco in tiuioir. laooit name dwelling
with three room", good cistern and n well ol
never failing water. 1'ive miles west of Cap-nil
(iris, In A good neighborhood. 700 hoiring fiuit
tices of select liuit. Vny fino cliam j to make
money by purchasing this place,
200 Acrrs o. 8
Tour tulles north of Troy, 70 acres in n good
state of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling hou'e
lb by 20 with L II! by 20, 1 rooms In nil, orchard
of select lruit ot nil kinds, 1 mile wct of ?t. I
.1 K. railroad, very fino spring of necr falling
water near ine noue, convenient to sctiool and
churches, in good neighborhood, and at very low
i Lois in Troy. Xo. 0
Nlco piece n property in Trov a block of 4
lots, Willi comfi,rtablv dwelling, g,n,d garden
yard, Ac, on ono of tho finest streets in town
thc.ip lor cash.
101 Acres Xo. ll
'i miles cast of Clrintllla, log dwelling with
. rooms, meat nou-e uihi etcillent cistern, plen'y
of fctock water, -111 n-rcs iu cultivation, ut low
figutes an I o-. easy terras.
2 L:ts in Troy. No. !2
A goo I piccu of property in ilio town ol
Troj 2 lots, dwelling hnu'v and meat hou-e,
enclu"0d wuh good Icuce, on a fino tlrect, and
commands a splendid iew of the town. Cheap
1100 Acres 0. 3 1
Of land rituated In Lincoln and Piko coun
ties on tho attra of Jlrynnt's cu-ok, iu suriey
1737, wiihin :i miles of n boat landing nn the
Mississippi river, and is divided into lots of
about 200 acre each. All I It i - land . very val
uable, possessing a soil unsurpi.si'd for produc
tiveness, with an abundance of water for all
purposes, peculiarly ndaptcd to fruit growing
and stock r.ii-ii'g, with extensive improvements
on each and every lot, nnd tho uncultivated por
tion covered with tho linen t'tubrr ill northinst
Missouri. All in nn excellent neighUrhood, of
ensv access lo chinches nnd schools, and from
which tennis can mako threo trips to tho river In
a day. Tor ialo in lots to suit purchasers and on
terms most liberal Indeed. Persons dcslilug
homos which will pay nnd bo a blessing to them
selves nnd posterity, could not do belter than
buy ono or all of theto splenaid lots of land,
257 1-2 Acres Xo, 14
On tho Mississippi IilufT, 7 mites west of Cap
au Oris nnd 7 miles southeast of New Hope, on
the Bluff road, U0 nrres In cultivation, balanco In
fino timber. Fratno dwelling with 5 rotns, tol
erably good out buildings, 4 or 5 neverfaillng
springs on the place, good cistern near door of
dwelling, young orchard of select fi ult, near to
Baptist and Christian churches nnd SChr.1,1 llfilian
3 miles from Hobliuon's mill and store, in a very
uuiKuuuruuuu, tpicnutii wneat, corn and
arm, mo very liiaeo to mako 5'ou a (rood
nomo nnu to got your money Lick on. Pileo
.very low nnd terms to suit purchasers. Bo in u
hurry ilso you will bo left out In tho cold.
Lot iu Troy, No, 15
Lot Nn, 75 in Troy, a good property of 4
lots, dwelling with 4 rooms, nico yard, horse and
cow lot, a young orchard of solect fruit, good
garden, in a desirable part of town, on n fino
street nnd commands a fino view of tho town.
At low figures nnd terms to suit tho purehnscr.
Iluy boforo tho St L A- K It K I. completed, and
thereby sccuro yourself a hnndsomo profit.
Troy Properly. No. 10
"Hero is tho plaeo to get your tnonoy back."
Tho Pocnsalot property on Main, Cherry and
Union streets, thrco storo rooms, ono frontingon
Main nnd Cherry streets, tho other two fronting
on Main street, all ono-s'ory Iramo buildings;
nnd on tho samo lot nnd immodlntcly back of tho
utororoom on tho comer of Main nnd Cherry Isn
iinA.aln.u ,vn...n .1 .. 11, l... . . - .
r,u,j iiuu unciiiug iTiiu 4 rooms. Hits
property occupies tho very best location In tho
town of Troy for nny kind or mercantile busi
ness, and will bo sold at very low figures nnd on
terms exceedingly generous. If you dcslto tho
best business stand iu Troy you will find It to
your Interest to bo up and doing, else jou will
lose n bargain north having.
140 Acres, tf, 17
LOOK IIEItE, YE STOCK MEN I 140
acres In n fino etato of cultivation, 100 ucres In
grass, balanco ready for nny kind of grain, all
undor good fencing In 3 fields, on tho Troy and
Auburn road, a fart of the Jonah Morris farm, 7
tulles fram Troy and 3 miles south from Auburn.
1) cti y of stock water. 2 buildings , also the un.
livldod ono fifth part of 200 acres of good Urn.
bered land ono mllo west of tho 110 aero tract,
which Is n so a part of tho Jonah Morris farm
J,1','0, l"n'U '" "llhlna thort dl.tntico of tho
!. K . Iinr! v"y valuable and In a good
condition toylold nn hundred fold. PrlcoSLOOO
too cheop tn talk about, tonus liberal. '
Sir- Parties wishing to sell or buy will consult
their owi Interest by calling on ue.
UlAZIEIt A- COLIlEUf.
t-irjinilUA?, Charlc I.nvn nr.J Ilonnali P.
IV Lnv Ills wife by their dcoJ or truit Jilcd
tnilEAS. Charlc I.uv ar.J Hannah P.
the 13lh tiny r Scptunbor, A. V I87, hnd re
cor(lcj ,r l,ouk tI. t r9gf ot tho rord or
jcc,,,0f Uncoln eounly State or Mliiourl, con.
..,, t0 tho nnderslfftiod Iruntco tho rollonln
jcfcriliu.,l land, tlluilcd In said county Iu lt!
Tia (a,t i, ,,f tbc northitc.t quarter or tccllon
n", lowu.lilp 41), rango i casi, containing lev
cnrfivo rtcrcf, Tr tho purposo (if ncourliic thu
;,j mrnt of u nolo In f.tld deed depcrthrd, and
Wlivrcas tnui uotr is jiiu nun niiiiiun, nnn i u;o
trn.teo am directed by tho holder of said noto to
sell said land, now therefore t will on
Saturday, llio 2flli iluy of Juno, 1872,
between the hours of I nnd 4 o'clrck in tho af
ternoon of that day, nt the court liouso door tn
the town of Troy, Lincoln county, Missouri,
irocicd tu scl for cull In hand nt public auction
... ,1... t.tl.na 1.1. Lin. ntl llin i,.n,i ,.n..A..A.i i...
W "I .lSIIVO. Ul.,1111 I... HI. .1.11.. lt,...tJV Itjf
' ltd deed of trust, to satisfy said debt nnd costs
ol i is trust.
m:::i l-'HEDEKICK WING, Trustee.
Nursery situated Ji mllo South of tho City of
0. T. MAUINCKKODT, TroprieDr.
A OKNEUAL ASSOHTMENT OF
Fruit Trees, Orape Vines, Small
Iruits, Evergreens, Roses,
Shade and Ornamental Trees and
fc-ri-Sond for ildcrititlvo Catalogue. Free on
U. 1. ,Al.MIl,l.UKltUl)l,&t. L liar ICS, .MO,
A HE endorsed and prescribed by more leading
Physicians than nny other Tonic or stimu
lant iu use. They aro
A SUHIi IMlUVr.NTIVK
For Fever and Ague, Intcrmitttnts, Billlou.ness
and nil dii-ordcrs arising from malarioiH rausc
They are highly recommended a an ANTI DYS
PEPTIC, nnd in cases of Imimiistiox are ir.val
liable. As an Al'l'ETIZElt and KECL'PEItANT
and in eae. of r;Kt:itM, nr.iiil.lTY they have nev
er, in a single instance, failed in producing the
most happy results. Thev are particularly
IIKM-.I'ICJAL TO I'llMAl.KS,
strengthening tho body, invigorating tho inlndr
and giving tono utid elasticity to tlio whole sys
tem. Tho HOME BITTEIIS are compounded
with greatest care, and no tonic stimulant ho
over before been offered to tho ublie i.u ri.KtsNT
Touik tasti: and nt the sumo time combining sn
many remedial agents endorsed liythomedieal
fraternl'y as the best known to thePtiarmncopujia.
It costs hut little to give llii-in a fair Ilia!, and
i:t-iy li'nmlly Miould liavc a llottlv.
No preparation in tho world can pro lueo so
tinny uiiqnalllicl einlnr.eiiient by pliy.iciaiH ol
tho try lugbe.t standing in their protessiou.
' ilor.nl (,, i;i the Cfi r;,i Hint tin Utlllttty lit twin
iimtutiml jt tri.
V. S. .Maiiisi Hi pvmi., St. Louis, (let. P, 1870
Jas. A. .1 An;.n A- Co. I liaiu examined llu
formula for making the Homo Stomach Hitters
and used tin m in this hospital the lat four n.ont'n?
I contidcr them the iiin.-t Miluabic it tiionnd stun-iil.-int
iii.w in u.-e. ' S. 1I..MEI.CIIE1!,
lies c"t Phyhlrinn In chnrgoU. S Marino llo-pt'l
Jas. A. .l.rksiiN it Ci. Oentlemi ni As you
hai o oi tn in it ti i i-ii l c-it tu tho mtdic.ll pm'ession tho
reeipo of tlio Home Ililtirs, it cannot tlnrcfnro
lie eonsid ied a-n patent mcdic'mvio patent hav
ing bten taken for it. Wo havo examined tb,, form
ula lor making tint II,, mo Hitters, and unliesitat
ingly say t tic enmbinat ion's oneol Hire ex-'cllcnce,
all articles used In it composition are tho bot of
the ohim to wliii-h thev belong, being highly Ton
ic, stimulant, slouinclilc, caiiuinative nnd siightly
laxative. The mode ol preparing them Is s'riclly
in accordance with the rules of pharmacy. lla ing
used tl em, seen itj ifleets in our privalu practice,
we take pleaiurc in rccomiiicndiiig them toall per
SOH8 iloiioiis of Inking bitters in being tho best
Tonic and riilmuiaiit now offero 1 tn public.
FUANIC (1. POHTEH,
Prof. Ob-itetries nnd diseases of women, College
ol Physicians mid late member Hoard of Health
L. O. ISOISLINEHE, Prof, of Obstetrics
and ili-tciiscs of woman, S'. Louis Med. Col.
DHAKE McllOWELL, M. I).
Late Pre.'t Mis-ouri Medical ollegc.
E. A. CLAHK, M. I)
Prof. Surgery Mo. Me.l. Collego mid Into Hesld't
Physleiiiii City Itiispttnl, St. Louis.
II Ell HE HT PllI.MM, Pror. Prncticil
Ph-irmaey, St, Louis College of Pharmaci.
J. (', W1UTEIIILL, Ed. Medical Archives.
Au'ii llKcorK, si. it. Dr. (I. V. P. Lcnwiu
C. (iKiiicKf, u.D. S. tliuii Mores, . u.
C. A. W.itiK, it.ii. W. A. Wilcox, ii.d.
E.C. FIIANICLIN, Professor
Surgery llouiutpatlila Medical collego.
J.J. Vastivk, si. ii. T O Cosistock, it, n, '
Prof midwifery nnd diseases of women, Collego
of Hotnaipntnio Physicians nnd Surgeons.
J NO. (70N7.LEMAN, Lecturer on
Diseases of CMIdicn, Hnmoeiuithic collego ofMo.
CHAItLES VASTINE, M. D. Prof of
Physiology Homocpathlo .Med. Col. of Mo.
JOHN IIAHT.MAN, M. D , Prof clinical
ucdlciuo, col. iioinocpntlilo I'hys. and surgeons.
They aro superior to all other Stomach Hitters
Ex.M) Samikks, analytical chcitlst.
No bitters In tho world enn excel tlicm.
SlSION IllllSCII. nnilh-lil-.il rbr-ml.t
Imminent l'livhiclann nf Clil,-,,.
Tho formula for tho Home Blttera 1ms been .uh
lnlttcd to us, nnd wo bellevo them to bn ib Si.t
tonic nnd stimulant for general use now offered
to the public. II. Woodbury u v
(1 A Mariner, nnnlyt'l ehem.
J V Z Blancy, Prof chemst'y
Hush Medical Collego
N S Barnes, m n I T S Iloyno
J A llahn, I T T Ellis.
ii a tiann
J II Walker
Jas A Colllni "
Eminent l'hvslclaiis In Cinrlnntl
Nearly nil of whom aro Professors in ono or
other of tho medical colleger.
Noothcr Bitters hat o ever been offered tn thn nnh.
Ho cmbrnculj; so many vnluablo remedial agents.
J I, Fattier li n I L A Jamos si n j S P Bonncriin
0 V,' BIglcr "
0 Woodward "
J II Buckncr"
n K Taylor "
.i J guinn '
P F Mnlcy 1
II II Johnson
O K Taylor
H S AYavne. Cheinist.
Eminent riiyslclatm In Memphis.
ThoIIomo Bitters nro an invaluablo remedy for In
dlgostlou t diseases arising from malarial causei.
(1 11 Thornton u ii, in charge of City hosrltal
J M Ilogera sin I Alex Krsklno si n I M H Hodges
u j urncit .it a Edmunds" Paul Otcy
uui . iy ueu i cnniorn lien "
Emimcnt riiyslclans In l'ttubtirc,
B F Dako it d Win Clowes si d I D II Wlllardsio
tt nuuiius u Wuth.chms't J II McClcllanH
aim iiiii'drcils ol Others
In nil paitsof tho North, Wost and South.
J E (larucr, u n, Milwaukee.
Coiwcir. Bwmi March 27, 1671.
Jasies A.Jackso.v ft Co. Having examined lbs
formula oflho ''Homo Stomach Bitters," I n"
prescribed them in mv liranCen fur nmo tlmd
and pronoanco them tho best Tonlo Bitters no
in uso. p. H. McMAIION, M. V.
SdCf lor rale b.- Dr. S, T. EAST and
BALLINOEK, Troy, nnd all druggists Ere""'
Jnnivs A, .Iackoii .t t-'o., l'roprlctori.
laboratory 105 it-107 N. Second st , St. Lotili-Ju1yS7n3ly'