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FIIAXIUH fc COLBERT.
Allrcs ai l,aw& ltr.il Kstale Igls,
PaHlc aartlcfls In Berlie.
A Berlin corrtipondtijt of a London
nevtpapar, writing with reference to the
lasiiaa for lower tverywhere displavod
fa the German capital : 'lbs Hor-
Itoasaarn uoqutationibly i;rvatat garden
ing, tod hava alo n natural bias in favor 1
of flowers. Ad Kt American Minister
obsarted the other day, apropos of the 2Q ,f ffS No. I
laltar fact, that their inclination was t atll hair miles weft tfTroy on Truxton
JoubtUsi tha result of AO instinct provi- ond Danville road. Large brick dwelling house
vlenti.lly b,,.owod upon ,hc. 1. ... of X
the paril they run from mcplitiic extiala-1 c.ch room, ceilings n, in ami s fcct,cliar if) by
tioni ; Tecetaiilo tnatter bemoan eager, m ieci wim uwe waits, t.mng wen or j.ure
absorbent of such passes as are danger
ous to human health. This may or may
not be tho case: but it is vrrr certain
that horticulture is at a premium here, ','",lt purchaser
aal that floatrr-pots and window gardens su JST .,
summer mouths dciertcf honorable men
water nml tilentv ot slock watir un farm. 70
acres Ih cultivation, fine orchard uf select fruit
of all kln.lt all the lainl under fence. On road
leading to coal fUlds. At lot fi.-urcs and term!
pots and window gardens ? ',. . .i . t t ..t..in" .'..i
knlong to tho doun tt o institutional of the , xicc , ,ty ,,ltt.B ,Wiiiing with 4 rooms'; I
GetUlin capital. Bat what they have mile from i-t. I.. A- K. railroad, to acres In cub
done to render theatra lo or not only i young orcnaru oi
poi.tbl.but apree.bl. during tbo burning ' , 0 U"' Cgur" ,n'' U"" ' ul1 , ur-
201 Acres No. 3
Three ami a half rullc fouth of Troy. A
splendid farm, over 100 acres in cultivalion, n
good dwelling will. 7 or 8 rooms 2 new bums,
good outballding.. plenty ol usiu.- and stock
water, on h t.ubllc road, a fine orchard of select
fruit and small frjlts, a fine girden pled in.
liaclling stands on nice elevation wi:h nice
yard. Entile farm under fence an I every acre
susceptible f cultivation. Sp oti li l tract of
land, a very disirablo home,and is iffcrtd at very
. . iii i , . .1 r. - I low fieure..
play, concerts are ueiu uaiuru auu J,l,n t (.' V(, 4
the dramatic pcrfuruiauces, and correctly Jhf fuuth of TruJ. n Wxir, ro',.
attired waiters circulate amongst rustle 209 acre In tultiiation, prairie land, fruiic
tables with IcaleJidoscopic ices, beer dwelling iih C ;wi, iuod orchard of select,
tho cool, foaminj. npn njosfcatini:! lJmbcr ( actf u Int ,, fnd ,tw.k
Wfth"fruit, "butter brodcheu, or frozen atcr. In a coo'l neighborhood aece.aldc In all
champagne and the Strasburg p:c, if vour I dinftion". iioo.i stand f r oui.iic house .m l
ileris r,crmil vou 10 iudulce iu thesc ndins quarters. Will sell l art or !l to suit
, . 1 i .l I. , i.urcliascr. lncevory low.
luxuries. Lvcry doer in tbe nudilortum, ',,. trre
Their minor Iioucj, all eituated in the
sulurbs far distant from the fashionable
ccUre of Jlerlin, are with scarcxly any
exceptions conitructed in such a manner
that their lobbies couimnicato directly
by broad staircases witli largo and pret
tily laid out gardens, tn which fountains
THE DRUG AND MEDICINE BUSIf'ESS.
87 A NEW FIRM.
W00LF0LK & Go.
rSHCCtMr lo M. S. Hallinscr.)
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
SOAPS .AJXTO PERFUMERIES,
HOOKS ..VI ST.lTJO.VJEIt
Pli.IW JkXU VASVV AiliIU. 4 M.Alt, TOIIAIXO,
SCC, afcC, AC.
OrilcrM lVom PhyxiciniiN ri tiiiiill i'illcil on Hie mioI
Our Slock will lc jound full (nl u-cli assorted at all times, ami
customers viiij) rely jon alwuys yetting ijood and fresh goods, at the
verg lowest prices.
Tm,j, Mo. U'.y K, 1ST2. AVOOLFOL.K & CO.
to to speak, opens iuto the fresh air ; tho
gas is kept at a minimum, save that sup
plying tbe footlights, and tbo perfotm
ancei are broken by at least three inter
vals uf a quarter of an hour each, which
you piss in a spaciou pleataunce, where
you can smoke your citatcttc at fnt'ructt
without oircnditig anybody's scnt-ibilities,
afsuaj tour thirst, and take in a stock
of coolne.-s that will carry ou on satis
factorily until tho action of the piece is
ofiain interrupted This is a truly sen
sible arrangement, fur it consults the
comfort of the pub.ic and ensures an
ample attendance at performances that,
if these theaters were heruieticauv clostd
like the lloyal houses, would uot draw a
hundred peopU a night. The managers
thus ds a good busiueii throughout the
I'jmm r, and S3 do thj reataurants
(ached to their establishments
These practical Uerlinesc not only sup- ; 2 Lots ill Troy. So. !2
iilcmeut their theatris with gardens, but' A rcl piece of property in ibe . f
" . . . Xrnr'' lnf .1 w ' ! r. hiiil.n nml ir-oat ii.
, tnclofjJ wiib $v (tLtf.on a fine trtct. at 1
' rociuiands a fpIcnJid view of tL wa. Chcaji
1100 Acres o. ;il
, Uf IiB'i jiluitcJ io Lincoln an 1 TiVo c an-
n on the waters o: lirrant s crcK, in tutr?
IT : T . wrhin 3 miles of a boat JiDJin?n tho
100 Acres . 6
Kour miles south of Troy, TO acres In vultl
ration, lo dnellini; with 3 touin. meat house
and barn, gm I well of lit In.- water and u smill
orchard of fruit trees. Half mile of district
school tinuc, half mile west o' and Ilun church,
same distance from Post Oa'j and iu a gu !
ncishlrhood. Virv chtap and desirable.
200 Acres Xti. S
Four mile north of Troy, "0 acres in a : o I
state of tultiroio n, I-.tory U p dwelling b u-e
l by 10 with I. l by I', i rooms In all, or. har 1
of svtect trull of all kin Is, 1 mile west of I..
A K. railroad, ry fine spring of never fiiiic:
water near the b ue, convenient to sehu I and
churches, in gud neighborhood, and at vcr.t low
1 l.ols in Troy. Xi. 10
Nice piece 1. 1 " erty in Trov a lJ r k f 4
lots, with c iuT rtjMe dwelling, gwd gard. o,
yard, Ac, on one of tbe finest strict, in loan.
Cheap for cash.
101 Acres . II
'i miles cast - f hantilla, log fwellii c wish
,2 renins, meal hue and excellent cistern. i. n'y
Aa,of tiKk water, -I'' acres in cultivation, at l w
figures anio- ra-y ttria.
all their social institutions, except lleir
charcbes though, as these latter are 1
sparsely frequented at any time of tie
year, and scarte'y at all in summer, it i
easy to account for the apparent ahoricoo
ing. No sooner bis the warm Mother
f'.iown a l.velv disposition to set in. thin i Mi""ir mer, ani is dividr.l imo lois of
gardens.? r.ring up all over the toivn, fre- ; ab?"' :"" lc'" uifh- .,A" thi, Uo'j "r-T )u
11 , . . r - , , , usble. r.f e-mg a soil unsurpa.cd for r rjdu
qoently ta plicea with which your mmd, i lrnt.'.. ,,..!, 40 at,undan;e of ,r i..r ait
accustomed to consider them from ajur..c. peculiarly alapicl to fn.ii . a, g
wintry point of view, has never associated ; ,0'1 " "b "tcosive irnpr. ...... ms
B r i on each act eieri l.jt, ant the unculliratca l -
Cowers or fountains, and experiences .! h ihe fir.e.i . ,,.1-r ir. r,o,!.,.t
' rti n V rn'' ' ! niSnlri 111 in n aTrlLnt r.fi VK.n'i.... 1 m.t
T -i r .1 i j -ui iMB-fSD Dkt wit int'j io i.e river in
Rus.litl Kmtasiy side of the Lindens cr 4 JlT. Kor ,le ml,:s tosuururehas.rs ana on
in the I'riedrichstrasfC. or, in fact, any jterin. mot: I iral in lie I. Ptr-oLs de:ring'
whereabout the Friedriehsladt. Where ' "h,ch l"J i a Uef.in; to tbem
. , ti 1.1 - .eifc an 1 r-.terUT, could not do belter iban
your hybcrnallr eJueated eye is accus boT . tf r i,l.,f th... s, ..na.d lou of land. .
omcJ to look fur a dismil nigged yard, 'Oj7 -2 Acres Xo. 11 '
pent in by hish, frowninL' walls, its only On the Missi'sln : lib?. ; nilcs we-t .f Cap
ornament perchance ghastly pump, vou , aa ,ir" zi 7 ,nilc somhea-t f Xe-Hope, on
perceive a sort .of excerpt from Fairyfand ZlX 'ZlV'Z
made up of bright glass, gay tiower-, .ratdy g.. i .ut baillmg., 4 ur 5 ntrerfai ing
Uishing. tUrzling water, green shrub-, ' ! '"-'' on tie placr, goo-1 ei'Hm near dwimf
and while tablecloths The supper "L""", 1 '
.i.i.i .-.. v ..iit.itfu ruuiiuir.L'i rcuuu Dual..
some uicuiiv to so coiul. cav
turn ia to a familiar restaurant on
is no tiettcr tnan it was in winter-titue I s miles from p. i.in.un'. mill aid .r nr.. in n T.rtf
the waiters are not on whit more polite j fine ceighUr' -a, splendid wh.ai, corn and
or obliging but the place itsell, like
charity, covers a multitude of sins.
A rrtsidcnl oT thc rniiftt States Xot
.tltuilontii iu the Histories
In 1S52 William U. King was e'ected
Vice President if the United States, on
sunk tarm, i i.e very place to mae y..u a g.jyd
bume and t& gtt your money back on. Piico
ey low and urm. to suit purchaer. De in a
hurry else you w.i te left oil ia the cold.
Lot in Troy, o, l.
Lot No. 'b in Troy, a gooi irr;.rtT of 4
I lots, dwelling wi'h 4 roims, nice yard, horse and
' cow lot, a youn; orchard of select fruil. gol
garden, in a de.irable nri of town, on a fine
strest and couiminds a lioe view of the towu.
tho ticket with Franklin Pierce. 1 he Al ,uW Cgurts and lerms to suit the purehaser.
Vtchi- ' oemre me ?t l. a k It I. i completed, and
death of Mr. King made David II
son, of Missouri, temporary l'renident
of theSenato, and to all ioteuts and pur
poses he wai Vice President of the
United Slates during the remainder of
Mr. Pierce's term. A newspaper man
called on Mr. Atchison tho other day,
and alter some conversation, said:
You were President of the United
States for about thirty six hours, were
you uot ?
Mr. Atchison replied Yes. You see
Mr. Pierce's term expired at midnight
Saturday, and this beitig u Christian
country of rcuno nothing was done on
Sunday. Mr liuchanan was inaugurated
at noon on Monday. Therefore, as Pres
ident of thu Semite, I succeeded to the
Presidency wheu Mr Pierce's term was
out Laughter Hull had no realiza
(ion uf my high position until about teu
o'clock Sunday morning. Wo had been
hard at work iu the Senate finishing up
business, and having lost much sleep I
would probably have lept all day had I
not been wakened up by some porsonsl
friends who came to congratulate me and
secure positions (or certain parties, In
order to do everything in proper style,
I appointed a full Cabinet; and then it
is said my administration was the most
successful and popular nno ever known,
thcro not beinn a removal or an appoint
ment during uiy whole term.
H $AWi T EAST.
DBUGS AND MEDICINES,
srnouia HOOKS AS watio.kky,
PICTURKS & PICTURR FRANKS,
PKOT O CfrK A"P 55 AXB 5 CM .
M'crfuiHcru nnti Fancy Irliclcs,
SUA PS, B1WSIIES AS I) COMBS,
PIPES, CIGARS -A. INI ID TOBACCO,
RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AND NATIVE WINES,
FO.i MEDICAL LT?n.
And Everything L'usuallg kept in a First Via 33 Drug Store.
Troy, Mo., May 1. 1ST2.
M. T. BRITTON'S
VOHV OAK, iH.
will Sell as Cheap as any Man
in Lincoln county, for the Cash.
Good Sugar House Syrup,
per Gallon, 00 ds.
8 lbs. fair Nev) Orleans
Coffee, Albs., LOU
Arbuckle's Browned Coffee
Slbsjor '. 1.00
I nin verv cnroful In llio selection of my
Coffer, nnd "Wnrrnnt It to bo good. If It dws
not glvu satlslncllon, my riistomors havn Ibe
privilege nf returning It. Arbiicklc's browned
ColTec, or which 1 sell :l lb. for a dollar, Is the
best In the urirkcl, nml by using It you sivo the
shrinkage nnd wnte I hat uecomiiiilcs brownlrg
nt homo. Thosov.hu uso It, speak highly of lis
reality and llivor.
iAM'.llYTIItNtl SOLD ATIMIICKS lMtOl'OH
TIO.VAWLY LOW A Til i: FOUKllO
ISO, foil MY MOTTO I.-i
- OTlCi: Is hereby given that letters of ad'
I tnlnlstrntloti were granted to tho underslmsi
on tho ,t, r lvld W, Cnritr. deceaiej l,
tlio Clerk uf the Prolnte Court of Lincoln cooni
Mo., on tlio I81I1 day of 'linn, 1872, '
All ptrsons liming claims against said e,t,
are reiiulrod lo exhibit them to tho ndmlninr,to!
for nllownnco nllliln ono year fron the date tr
rail letters, or they may bo prednded from,.,
Iicncdtof said estate, nnd If not exhibited within
tnojrnra from tlio data f suid letter they will
be forever bnrred.
Julio i:iniAK m. nnr.WNixo, Adm'r.
yOTICU Is hereby given tint letters of ndmln.
on Ihoestnlo of Wllllntn K. Cochrnn, deecnrtl
by the Clerk of tho l'ruli.ilo Court or Ltncidn
cuiinty, Mo , on tho 1 ,1th dny of June, 1872.
All persons having claims ngalnut sil l estate
nre required to exhibit llicm tu tho ndmlnlstratrli
.... ll....nnA .111.1-
mi i,..un.ivu n i.iiiii one eur irom iiio riwte or
suid letters, or they niny be pri eluded from ant
i .At ,.r ..t.i ....... i ii. .... . i i. Ji
ucii, ... ... r.iii i-riinr, iiiiij ii noi exnioiicil Wltblr,
two vrars from thc ilato nf s.ilil Iriifr. il. nl
bo lorevr r barred.
jullil MAY MILL COCIIHON, AJm'x.
31 A L.L.1 X C K R O BJT'S
ST. CHARLES, 2VLO.
Nursery eitunted Ji mile South of the City of
(!. T. MAIjLfNf'KKOnT. Proprlrl r,
A (IKNKIIAL ASSOHTMEXT OK
Fruit Tries, Grape Vines, Small
Iruils, Evergreens, Boies,
Shade ami 0riiaiiirnl.il Trers anil
tR, Send for deerlptlvo Ciitulogue, l'rtc on
C. T. MALI.INCKH01)T,.t. Chnrle-. Mo
OTICE is hereby ghen that letter. tc'
tatnentarv were minted to tho iin,lir.l.,n,..t'
by tho Clerk of tho Prob.tto Court ol .Llti.ilo
I'OUIltV. Mo.. OH llin r.l.il.. ,.f VIl...tA. 1.1
deceased, on tho 2th day o! March, 1872. '
Alllerons hnvtnrr idiitm. itanlnul nl,l n.l.ij
nro required to exhibit Ham for allowance to the
., i ..iiuiii nno jo. ir irom me uaio ol
sold li tters, or Ihey may be precluded from nin
henelit of said estate, nnd If not exhibited wilhl'rt
two year frim tlio date of said letters, they will
oo inrcvor oarrcil.
(iKouiin.T i'i.i:i:nm:ii, )
DAVID I'. FLI:i:N1:u, KxrOn.
ANUltlSW J. DIXON, J ma2
JOHN P. LYN0TT,
B.l JBT"-..M '"II. -MX-
A R D W A H E. ;s T O V E f
11 f 1 1
The Detroit Free Prosi says if Grant's
expenses arc 610,000 a year more than
his salary, and iu three years ho mana
ges to lay by over half a million of dol
lars, vfhat.e the uso of bringing out any
lore arithmetics '
Unprofitable industry Spinning street
A balatylo of arithmetic Divisions
Art and science have no enemies but
those who nre ignorant
Friendship is a cadenco of divine
melody melting through the heart.
Gravity ie no inure oviduueo of wisdom
than a paper-collar ie of a shirt.
Sympathy ie said to be the golden key
wbioh unlocks Lho bearte of there.
thereby secure yourulf a handsome l roEt.
Troy Properly. Xo. 16
"Here Is the place lo get your money back."
The Poensalot property on Main, Cherry and
Union stree!!. three store rooms, one fronlingon
Main an 1 Cherry streets, the otner two fronting
on Main street, all one-s-ory frame buildings;
and on the same lot and immediately buck of tho
store room on ibe corner of Main and Cherrv Is a
ono-itory trame dwelling with 4 rooms. 'This
property occupiu the very best location In tho
town of Troy fur any Vind of mercantile busi
ness, and will be sold at very low figures and on
terms exceedingly gsnrous. If jou delie the
best business stand in Troy yon will find It lo
your interest to be up an I 'doing, else J on will
lose a bargaiu worth having.
110 Acres. Xo. 17
LOOK IIKRK, YE STOCK MEX1 140
acres in a fine state of culiivation, 1 00 acres in
grass, balance ready for any kind of grain, all
under good fencing in 3 fields, on lho Troy and
Auburn road, a (art of thc Jonah Morris farm, 7
mile fram Trov and .1 miles south from Auburn,
plenty of stock water, 2 buildings; also the un
til) ided one fifth part of 200 acres of good lim
bered laud ono mile west of tbe 140 acre tract,
which Is also a part of tbo Jonah Morris farm.
These lands are within u short distance of the
St 1. A' K H II. are very valuable and in n good
coudition tu yield an hundred fold. Price 91,004,
too cheap to talk about, terms liberal. I
210 Acres Xo. IS
Two nnd a half miles north of Troy on tho
Troy and Louisville road, 130 acres in a fine state
of cultivation, 25 acres In meadow well taken
in timothy, 4 acres in orchard of choice summer,
fall'and winter fruit, and the rest of tbe farm in
timber and very neb land. Plenty of j.urc
running water througk tbo farm at all seasons
of the year, at convenient distances fr m barn
)ard,a wellof fine cold water having an average
ll,rr...nl.n... , t.. ...... .. ,1.,,1, ti r. r .
.M.vul.uu, tUO ,.V..U ... u ,., tUUKUI.UI
to house. Fences all in good repair. The tlla
bleland is fresh, hating been cleared within tbo
past ISyrs and has been well kept up by the
clover system of culture, and Is adapted to the
growth of wheat, c;rn, tobacco, grass and fruit.
Trro story frame home with 4 rooms, kitchen and
meat house, bam, stable cribs and ice house.
The St I. A K llr passu thro' tbe farm, good
district schoul within half mile of house. I'rico
11000 dels, 4U00 in hand lalance in I and 2 years.
ICO Acres No. 10
2 If miles nsrth pf Troy, adjoining farm No.
18, 40 acres in cultivation and very rich land,
neter fallirg stream of water runs through the
farm, spring of fine waltr near Improvements.
Comfortable cabin, log stable, eorn crib Ac.
St LA K Hr runs through llsis land. Tho land
not cleared is splendid roll and heavily timbered.
Near n district school boute. Price 2,000, 1,500
in band, balance in I aud 2 years.
80 Acres 0. 20
2 tulles east of Troy ou Frenchman's bluff,
30 acres In cultivation, balance In fine timber, rlca
soil, dinfurtablo dwrllin, stable aud out build
ings, tirnd chance for small home oo easy term..
y-f Parties wishing lo sell or buy will consult
their own irtcttt y ml I in;; no ui.
FKA7.IEP. A C0LBF.RT.
A FINE LOT OF MOLISli ,1KD INDUSTRIAL PLOWS,
AGRICULTURAL Ls5rw . IMPLEMENT1
R; Si. It i
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CUKES THE WOUVi' IM1NS
III from Our to Twtiit Minutes.
XOT 0XE HOUR
.trier rending this ndierli-iincnt need any one
It-VDWAV.S KKADY U.I.IKl' IS A
cum-: foii i:vi:i;y pain.
It wjis the firt nii'l i" thc
O ii I y IJ x v i i i 1 o m o I y
thnt n t :i n 1 1 j Mnjis tbp inoit excruciating p-iin ,
a liny s Iiitl.unmatiuiiJ', hii1 fiire-1 t'ongf ftinii?,
whether of the t.ung'.Stom ieh, Itttwct-, or ulher
glaml? or orpins by no ltr.it tun
IN FUPM U.M1 TO TWKNTV .Ml.NTTfN,
notnittcr how violent or excrucl.ttin; tho iain
tho Ilhcuiuatie, llel-rMtfti lnllnn. cr!pilil,
Ncrvitu, Nuralgic. or jinlMtcl with UiLMre
The ni)iliinti(in of tho Hearty HcUct tn the
pnrt or iarti where tho juin ur JiUi ulty txit?
will u flout c:i?o ami conilurt.
Twenty drops in half a tumhler of water will
in a few moments euro CHAMPS, I .N'.tf.V,
SOCti STOMACH, SICK UF.UiACltr., Ol
a nniHV.A, it YSKXTun r. co;,n wish
IS Titt: JiOWKLSaml all ISTL'HSAI, I'AISS
Traveler. elmuM nlu'.ivi furry a Lottie of ItutU
waj'.s Htacl Ht'lii't with them. A fw Uroi.
in wnttr "ill present sictsnt'C!' or i:iin tuiiu
change of water. It ts Letter than Treueh Ilran
or Hitter a a ctimul.int.
l I.VI.5t A.D Aftil'la.
rilVr.ll A.l AtU'E cured for fitlv cent..
There l not n remedial agent in this world that
cures Fe er nnd Ague nml other Mai. iriou, llil
ioii, Scarlet, Tjphoid, Yellow nnd other Fevers
(tided by Hallway's IMIW) so ouick ns Itnd-
way's Itcacly ltclli-t'. Fit y cents per bottle.
Beauty ! !
STRONO AND I'UHE HIGH HLOOD
INCH K ASK OK KI.KSU AND
W K 10 1 IT f LK AH SKIN A N I )
IlKAUTiri.'ls CO.MI'LKXION SK
CUKHD TO ALL.
WIISTIDOW SASH JlriD
And Everything that mag be classed under thc name of hardware.
STOIti: OX .1IAIA KTREET, TROV. MO.
C. C. RANSDELL,
BOOTS AND SBOES,
MIST OF lfOKMk
The Best WorMimen
1 am prepared lo FiimUli
Ladies and Gentlemen Willi
Hie Finest .tloroteo Nliot-s
and Frenrli-Call Boots, all
made to Order and in Rest
Heavy work, suitable for
an Kinds ol weather, and
Tor roughest la mi work.
Customers may rely upon
my oods being what they
are represented Uo'-made
and best qualify.
Call and see our work.
i;. C. RAiVSDF.I.Ia.
Tioy.Mo.. Marsh 7, 1872.
HOUSEW IVES :
fjTMUS BAKERY WILL SUPPLY YOU WITH
Light, Ilea I th In I Rrcad,
Chtiiper than you can make it, and mtve
you the vexation of often teeing all your
j tan aim uougu turn out Lailly.
Tbo spring ami summer season will soon be
here, and in order to uiake it profitable to my
customers by furnishing them bread cheapct than
they bte heretofore been able to jet it, I will
sell tickets, each of which will be good for a ten
cent loaf of brea I, at tbe rate of 13 for $1, thus
giWng f 1.30 worth of bread for a dollar.
MY STOCK OF
IS LASlii: AND YAH I EI), AND I KEEP
THE FIX Kit QUALITIES AS
WELL AS STICK CANDICS.
Alto, tigt, ICauini, ;., and nil kinds of
r..i. it . 1 c . -
i,unc f onrm, sponge, J.emoii,
Tea, Scotch ami Oingir
All l-indt of' Calm and 1'attrivs made to
order All nrdert thould le given at
leatt ticoduyt in advance.
jyOTlCEis hereby giien that letters of admin-
1 ' istration were granted to tho undersigned
on the estate of James Porter, deceased he ih
Clerk of the Probato Court of Lincoln county.
Mo.. m tbe I2th day of Arril. 1872.
All pcrioni having claims against said estate
HAS MADE THE MOST AVTONISIllNa CUftES;
SO QUICK, eO It A PID AI1F. THE CIIANOES
THE HODY UNIIKIttlOES. USHER THF. IN
FLUENCE OF THIS TllULY WONDERFUL
Lvcry Day an Increase
Flesh and Weight is
Seen and Felt.
Tho Great Bood Purifier.
Irery )rop of tl.o SAltS AT AltlLLIAX UE
SOLVENT coinmunlcites through the Wood
sweat, and other fluids and iuiccs of ll.p .v..
Iciu the tijor 0 lie, tor it repairs the wastes of
lho body with new and sound material. Smfu'a.
"1 uni.ini.nir j'i.eii.e, j tctrt III thr
Thrwt, Mouth, Tumort. AooVs 111 the t;i,l. n.,.l
other iwrl of the Kjetem, Sore Esee, Strumow
(Lcaor;.. jrom the .irs, 11111 the iror.l onus 1.
i'Wn ii.euHi, AV17.to.us, Ftnr S'orti, Scatil llmu
l!uj Worm. .Vi(t f.imi, Erytnel,,,, Aene, llhek
.NimIs, norms, Aire iu. ami all iru.t.t nf i. I.v.
prineiple, are vithin thr ciirolirc rimoe of th!e
iromcr or .10. (r-11 (Jhmutrv. ami a ".,, .;..
u.e i7 .rorc Iu ony jreon miiiy ii for either of
theie forme of uWue its ;wlrn jmeer lo cure (Aim.
Not only does the SiRjai-muMN r.rsoi.visT
excels all known remedial agents in the cure of
uiuiiic, croiuious, v-onstitutional, and Skin
uiscu.c , oui 11 11 me omy osltlvo cure for
Kidney ami Bladder Complaints.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
gum, purge, regulale, purify, cleanse, and
strengthen, lladway-. Pills, for the cure of all
disorders of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kid-
nevs, uian.ier. .crvnn. n
Constipation, Costiriness, Indigestion. Dv.i,.,.'
. a. mou.no,,. Bilious Fever, nnammaZ tf
.. . UJ ,, oernngemenls of the
Internal iscera Warranted to effect a po.lt "
cure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercurv
minerals or deleterious drues. wercur:,
A few doses of KA tl WAV'S PILUS
Alii) endor-ed and prescribed by nioro icndiig
Phisieinns thin nny other 'Ionic or stluiu-
lont In use. 'I hey nto
A SUHC IMtMVnXTlVF.
For Keecri'nd Ague, lull iiuitli nts, llilltou.ne.s
nnd all disorders arising trotn tnntuiiou. ciiu-e.
1 hey are highly recommended as an AN II D r
PEPTlC, and in ono or Imhosstios nro ii vnl
liable. As 1111 A PPETI ZL'lt nnd P.IX'UPKHAX T
and in iacs of oiakiisi. m l.lt.lTV thej huve nev
er, in n single iti-tmice, failed in pinducing lho
ino't happy results. Tbe lire piirtieu'urly
nr.Nt:i iuiai. to I''i:m.i,i:s,
strengthening lho body, Inticorating the mind,
and giving tone and elasliuily to the v. hole sis
teni. The HOME 11ITTKIIS nr.. eonpouni'cd
with gri atest cnie, mid no tonl.i sllinulant Imik
et-r before been ofi'ered Ii. tlio J'llblie so ri.KlSs.NT
To 'HI k t isT S" 11 nd at lho same tin e combining so
many reiiudial agon's indorsed by the medical
rraictnily ns thc best known lothePhoiiiiaeoiiteiii.
Itco.t but little to give them a talr liial. nnd
Hvcr l-'iimlly luitild Itav e a llottlf.
Si 1 reparation' in lho world can prolii" so
m my iiim'inlihi'd eiidorsciocnt l.y physieiin. of
the very highe-t standing in their prorVs-lou.
iV tlor-iJ nl" I'y the t'lirjn ami tin ItotHuj ilinorn.
V. S. .Madivk llosrtTai., .-t. Louis. Oct. 8, 1S7.
.1 1. A. .1 icksii. A IV I luivo ix iiriiod the
fosiuula for making Ihe llouin St.iinaeh U tier.
11 'id iied 1I0111 In tin ho-i'lnil the last lour month.
I ( 011 !d 1 t hem the 1110-1 valuable 11 ti it 11 lid stl in
ula 11 1 no in 11.0. S. II.. M F.I.I II Kit,
lie "l Phvleinri in rlmrgel'. S Mar lie llo-pl
1 1. A. .l.n'Ksn.N V Co. l.tnllim-n: As von
ti.11 e coiiimunicated to the medical pio'ifsioti Iiio
rielpe of the Home Hitlers, II cannot tin reform
be coiiidcicd a 0 patent inedie:iio,no pi'enl Irn
ing been taken for it. Wo bill e examined the forr&
ula for making the Homo Hitters, and tinhesit.it
ingly say thecoinbiiiBtioii'souco! rurei .vcelleiico.
nil articles used in its cniupo-inon are toe nesi 01
theclns. to which thev belong, being highly Ton
ie, stimulant, stomachic, catiniautivu and sliglilfy
laxative. I he iiimlc ol pre uring them Is n'rirlty
in accordance ith the rules ot pharmacy. Having
used tl em, seen its ctTects in our private pruclUc,
weinke pleasure in recommending them I. tall per
sons ilcMrou 01 inKing outers as uemg uic oesc
Tonic and Silmuliint now offerc I to public.
FUANK C. POUTER,
Prof. Obstetrics and di-enses of women, Collego
ol I'bysicinns and late member Board of lloillh.
1,. U. ll'iis 1,1 M;iti;, l'rot.ot Ubstelhe.
and diseases of woman, St. Louis Med. Col.
DRAKE MeDOWKLL, m. .
Lato l'res't Misouii Medical ollege.
II. A. CLARK, M. D
Prof, Surgery Mo. Med. College and late llesid't
Physician City Hospital, St. Loul.
HEltllERT I'HIMM, Prof. Prnciical
Phirmncy, St, Louis Culleguof Pharmaoy,
.1. (', WIIITUHILL, Ed.Mcdlcal Arehlic.
Ai.f'p llRtrori;, u.o. Dr. O. V. I . Lvnwio
C. tUnicKR, u.i. S. Ultttt Moses, m.d.
C. A. Warn:, u,d, W. A. Wilcox, m.d.
B.C. FRANKLIN, Professor
Surgery llomoepathio Medical college.
J.J. VaSTtss:, .p. T l Cowstoci, m.d.
Prof midwifery nnd diseases of women, Collego
of llomiepatoie Physicians nnd Surgeons.
JXO. TONZLEMAN, Lecturer on
Diseases of Children, llomocrathlc college of Mo.
CHARLES VASTIXE, M. D. Prof of
Physiologv Homocpathic Med. Col. of Mo.
JOHN HAUTMAX, M. I , Prof clinical
Mcdlciue, col. Homocpathic rhys. and surgeons.
They are superior to all other Stomao'j Bitter
En.vo Sakdlks, analytical chenrist.
Xo bitters in tbo world can excel them.
Stuox HiEscn, analytical chemist.
Kmlncnt I'll sIclatiH of Chicago.
The formula for tbo Homo Bitters has been sub
mitted to us, and we believe them to be the best
tonic and stimulant for general use now offered
to tbe public. II. Vfcodbury u r
II S llahn "
B MeVlcir "
J II Walker "
R Ludlam "
Jis A Collins "
G A Mariner, nnolyt'l chem.
J V Z Blancy, Prof chemst'y
Hush Medical College
X S l!arnc, unlTS Iloyne I
J A llahn, " TT Ellis.
ICmluctit rbvslclaus In Clnriuatl.
X'early all of whom are Professors in one or tif
ojher of tho medical colleges,
Xo other Bitters have ever been offered loth. nut..
lio enibraculg so many valuable remedial agents.
J L Fattier si o I L A James u 0
u I fclmpson CSMuscraft"
W T Taliaferro" J II Buekner"
WRWoodward" O A'Doherty11
C rt'oodward " (1 K Taylor "
OK Taylor ' DWM'Carthv
R S Wnvnc. Cheml.t
F.mlnent I'll) slclaim In McmphU.
Thellome Bitters are an invaluable remedy for In
digestion diseases arising from malarial causes
V nornlon " "-'barge of City hospital
M It Hodges
S P Bonner no
J J Quint
P F Maley "
R II Johnson
J M Rogers tin 1 AlcxErsklne y 0 I
11 n rumen J A Edmunds"
Jos E Lynch ' Sanford 1111
r. r. J?lme riiyslelaiu 111 1'ittsburtr.
B F Dake u d m Clowes D I I) II Wlllard i
W KChllds " I O Wuth.chms't J II McClelland
Atid Uundredi! 0f othera
In all parts of the Rorth, West afid South.
J E tJarner, M d, Mllwaokee.
Council Bwrrgj March 17, 1871.
JiMES A.JiriisoN ACo.II,Tlnrexamloedtli
,u - nuine ciomacti Hitters," I Dive
arereiuired toeshibit them In the ..Imlnl.irn,,. I .1." . ' J'JLI-S will free
aT:nli " E B JITTON- Adm'r I "atlou north tbousauJi will be sent vVu. nr0r I .Ja, facksot. .w Co.. pjo.rletorf.
l.u.uu.n, Adtar. faujlSvfinS-l 1 Ljb"lfr 107 X. Second st . St. Lolls!