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$1000 REWARD!
Ft rayed from m on March IS, fillr. 3 years
cH in May, black or brown, a tittle while to lbs
forehead, long rongh halr,'branded J R en her left
shoulder, and J Ron tbe'too of her left bin. In
about IS bands high. I will giro f 10 reword, if
fuund In (bit rounty. or S2V if feund ont of tho '
eountynddllterodto1ci.r9liSryanyrrSonl3"l:,,0' V,'" t "i tr 1
glrlac Information of her whereabout. I lire Pa,Rrn "onnctri, Cloaks, Caps, Head
uno muo tad nsir east 01 Auaram s ahii, near
the Sell Rirei rotd. My
post offiCT is 0 Fallon,
SI. Charles eoaaty, M.
nW-zm.
JOHN J. ROPER.
Stray Notice.
TAKKN Bp by Janus T. Sanders, of Hurrleano
townihlD. Bala red staer. un M. mirk.
.1 township, a pala red staer. 4 years old. mark
td with underslope in each ear, appraised at $20
ndenlon in each ear. annealied at 5n
117 nm. a. buoKett anu u. m,
B. KJqg, Juittea of the Peace
V 55l 8: ."! i"J 2- H. Watson, before A.
Administrator's Sale of Ileal Estate.
BY virtue ef an order of the County Court of
au-bincoin uoanty, Mo., 1 will sell at panne ana
tlon, at the front door of the Court llouso In Troy,
Missouri, on
Wednesday, May 9, 186G,
the following described real estate, to-wlt :
ISO acre., the routh west quarter of section 21,
township 0", range z west.
Terms: Cash. WILLIAM F. ELDER,
Administrator of John W. Itam
roarch30-nlMtv. monds, deceased.
Order of Publication.
Ltncoln County Court, Missouri,
February Term. 186. 1
Among the records of said Court, made at said
Term, is the fo lowing?, to-w It:
"Now here Semor D. Cannon, Administrator 01
the estate of Jossph C. Beck, deoeased, appears
and flies his petition for the sale of tho real es
tate nf said estate, or so much thereof as will be
sufficient to pay tho debts due agjtnst said otato
and unpaid for want nf a'sct, accompanied by
tho lists, inventories mid nrrnunts rs by law re
quired, verified by the nflidnvit or said administ
ratort whereupon the Court order, adjudge and
decree that all persons interested in said estate
hare notice of said petition by publication in the
"Uerald," public newspaper printed in this
eounty, four weeks tirlor to tho next rcctilar term
,01 this Court 1 and that unless tho contrary be
bown on or bcfi.ro said term, nn order will bo
mad for the tale of said real estate Written
notices dispensed with and continued.
A true copy from the record.
C In testimony whereof I, Vranci. C.
1 snAii case. Clerk offal J Court, lu-reto uu
&Ks scrlbo my namo, and affix my official
cai, inn svtn uay or March in'n.
FRANCIS C. CAKE.
niarch30-nl4-lw. Clerk.
Finnl Settlement.
Tho undersigned hereby Ktves notice to all ere
dltors and others Interested in tho 0 Into of the
late Dr. Richard Corcoran, that ho will, at the
next term of tho county court or Lincoln eounty,
Mo., which term will commence on the 2d Mon
day in May, ISM, make final settlement of bis
administration of said estate.
JOSEPH DAVIS,
marchO nll-4w. Administrator.
Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby (riven to all persons interested
that the undersigned administrator of the estate
of Rutb Stuart, deceased, will nuke a final settle
ment of hit administration of said cstato, at the
Hay term of the Lincoln county court, to bo he
gun and held in Troy on Monday, May 14, 1866.
MtCLAV STUART.
march30-nl4 4w. Administrator.
Final Settlement.
Notico is hereby plrcn to all persons interested
that the undersigned admlulstrutor of tlio estate
of Robert Stuart, deceased, will make a final set
tlement of his administration of said estate at tlio
MB'terra of the Lincoln county court, to be bo
gun and held in Troy on Monday, Mnr 14, 1600.
A. 1'. STUART,
marchSfl.nlUw. Administrator.
Final
Settlement.
Nolloe is hereby given to all person. Interested
that tho undersigned eiecutors of tho eMato of
Win. Boone, deceased, will make a final settlement
of their administration of said njtato at the May
term of tho Lincoln county court, to !n begun and
held in Troy, un Monday, May 14. IfinA. '
HANlKLi 'D. IIOOXH.
WILLIAM I. ROO.VK,
marcli3n.nl Mw. Kiccutors.
AdminiMfrntoi'! IVotice.
Notice is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration on tho astato ol U'm. II. Ilaislip, deceased
were granted tn tho undorslgoed on tlio 2.1d day
of March, 18M, by the Lincoln eounty ouit.
All persons having vbiims agninst haid citato,
are required to exhibit llu-m to the admiul'tntor 1
for allowance within one year from tho dalccfi
Mid letters, or they may bo precluded from any
tieneDt in said estate ; and if not eshihited with
in throe years Iroin the date ,f raid letters, thtv
will bo forever barred. JOR ALI.K.V, '
march30-n!4 In. Administrator.
AdminlNtrato. Notice."
Notice is hereby given that letters of odniinl'-
tration.i'n tbo estato of Henry .lames, deceased,
were grsnted to tbo undersigned on tho 2.1, day
of March 1806, by the Uouuty Court of Lincoln
County, Mo.
nn jicruu. lining rinms ag.insi saia esraie.
are required to ciliil.it them to tho administrator i
for allowance within ono year from the datoofi
ithln ono year from the datoofi
lltcy may be precluded Irom any ,
ran lettors, or tney may bo precluded Irom any (lr.,, Troy, In the Old Church, ono door rsoutU
benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited within rMr. riwecney ProvWon store, where ho lspr
thrje years from the dito of said letters, they will! pared to attend to nil culls In his line. Uowlll
be forever barred. JOE ALLEN, luiM or repair Houses, make and mend Wagons
mar.-n.-W-nU.tw. Administrator, j on tho shortest notico, and us cheap and as good
srin.l u,.i.in..... as any nf ul neighbors.
t, .. I X" . !! ,V ' L-'"1? wnrk' '". . "ralrlufi,
iv fc.-Mi i. -i'ir i.in .i-i-
I V ml .ha, . 1 1 1 imI...l.n.,l ........ . . 1"
rstato of Win. Rarker, iinri.id, will nmlic a flnul
settlement of his ud-nitiintrallun of suid .luii at '
tho neit May term of the l.lu-oln Countv Court,
to b begun and hild in Troy on -Mori lay, the
Hthday of May IbM.
KUW IS HASTISCS,
rnarculf)-nl2 in
l.kr-uti.
Finn! Mcltli'iiivnt.
NOTICE is berhy given In all per'on. ntrrel-
1 tlio underrliriied administrator on Hip e.
tato of Aiubia Stono, ii.-onased, vtiti imikn a r.r.tit
Mttlsment of hie admin.tratlr.i. of sail estnn-nt
the next May term of th- l.iuouln County Court,
to be begun and held at Troy, 1.11 Mondnv, May
14. IB00. tllEIIElUCK COTTLE,
msrch23-n!3 4w. Adininlstralor
AdminiMtrnfor'si .olitc.
Letters of administration de I.ohh non on the
ertalo of Lanier, Wilson .t Co., (.'..tin II. Lanier,
JohnW. Wilson, Harrison Huhl.itrd i-oiiiposlng
said flrtn) cre grante.lto tlio undersigned by tho
Clerk of tho Liucoln County Court, Iibrunry 1",
1BSS, Tbo letters of administration .111 ,aid es
tato, granted tn Joseph S. tVeur, were vacated ry
tho death of said aduiinitrntnr.
JOll.N II. I.ANIEU,
marehlG-nl2 3w. Aitiolni.ip..i...
led and arc expected to ou tu unu '
Bf 8TaI i Mrj. Hedlacck hats removed
Iter Millinary store into tbo new room,
no door cast of tho Post office, where.
be has a fine assortment of new bonnets
nd bats for the ladies.
PI8terliff. Bead advertisement in-
riting bids fur
plastorinj; the Baptist
phuroh in Troy.
THE LADTS FRIEND
A Monthly Magazine of Literature
and Fashion.
The Lady V Friend is devoted to choice
T.lfnvntllfn .-.I ll.. 'H..i.iitinH ,1.
PnuViiM.u t. i,
itssscs, rancy worir, jcmoroiucry, sc.
with Receipts, music, and matters gener-
crally interesting to ladies. It is edited
by Mrs. Henry I'cterson who will roly
t.A In it... T il...... 4
uj-u.. ...v u . uiwiHrjr iruuari-
uieiitui u luruuuiuuur 01 1110 nesi writers,
arcO!
A liandsome
steel engraved colored 1
P.AUn lna
T0rmOn . . ft Kn.
copies, 84; four copies. 8S; oight copies
f 1 l VAasli .
i.nuu one grans, j cio: twenty, tanu ono
!! stun" la
&eion3 and ZVoll 84 ? 8
ot'i. .., ... .
oincle numbers of tho Lnrlra Crion.t
(postagb paid by us") 25 cents.
Tho contents of tho Lady's Friend and
the Post will always bo entirely different.
Address DEACON & PETERSON.
No. 310, Walnut street, Philadelphia.
ST. LOOTS TYPE FOUNDRY CO.
No. 0 Pino Street,
FOUNDERS,
tf Manufltoture and fUrnt.hj
MAOHINt AND HAND 4
METAL AND WOOD TYPE, "
Borders, Bales, Cuts, Chaatt, Slicli, GilltjiV,
a ui net tvunnao idat is Ricisiiii
lx a ooxnxTi riiirruia crncx,
PRINTING PAPER,
au sub, or soon quaint . ry
Colored and Manilla Paper,1
.u.. auo "r-4Uk.
Note, Iietter, Cap, Flat Cap, Commer
clal, racket, and Foil. I'.st l'aptr.
utT
4 White and Colored, all queditlea.
rRIIVTIIVG INKS,
HAND STAMPS,
V SEALS AND SEAL PRESSES, &.
' All of which will be sold at low prleea for
CABU.
Proprietors of Newspapers ptiblliMnjr thlsailvrr
tSeraunt. iNa.VDi.so Tins kotk. to amount of i ' ii
)olltrs,andsendlnausaropy or their paprr at IU
tint Insertion and one at thellmeof Itsilfsrontlnu
ance. will be allowed their hills when they ptirchuin
tlvetimMtheaniount In type or other material of
our own manufacture.
srv Will furnish Electrotype enplee of the adver
tisement to iwrtlea that aeadfof them.
Juncpli Ilogy. it. ). l'ry.
BOGY & FRY,
Commission & Forwarding
MERCHANTS,
No. 17 S. Mala L IS iomcercial Sis.
EXCHANGE BUILDING j
SAIAT LOUIS.
AtlENTS FOR 1
Cone Flour Mills and other Itrauda.
I'cbruary 2 le66 n six Ump 1
Frank Von Phul. A. 1. Saugraln,
W. Francis,
VONPHULSAUGRAIN&GO.
GKNERAL 1
I
Commission Merchants,
AND HIULKIIS IN
Lime, Cement, Piaster Paris,
No. 42 North Second Street,
ST. LOUIS.
'Jl'Z1-
-
' llf 1 lift V - a- W II 1 1llTfl
l Allllil -WsL lllsll 111
" 'IUU" fljMLU HIUIIIUU
AIVD CARPE.HTERlU'Ci.
m
1' undersigned would Inform tho citlrrns
J.
Try and vicinity, that ho has opened n
win roi-civoiiroinpt nuoution
Will be iiiudo to ordrr on a few hours notice.
0, V,' 1 1
,-fr
-' ''f'-''
A fli u -j of public patronage is most retpeetfully
J. 11. Mil
tut' IT AID
Ornamental Trees.
XMIE undersigned has now a large and splendid
1 vili f l'r.li ami ll.nm.n.i T...J ...l.
oi l tn l six and a half miio east orTrov, and
ono and ahalf mllcseasts of Moscow mill.
His fruit 1. varied and nf the
HOST nOIE KIND.
nnd bolus nccllmaled to this soil, tho chaneo fo
iif living is a hundred per cent greater than tha
brought from a distance,
Ilin Evortrrcons
are nf fino site and of the hardiest kindst such as
.... ti-i...- ........ 1. 1 rtt- .. . . ' .
100 niuu-, c-coien, ami uiaca Austrian fines,
Norway fpruee, Balsam Fir, and tbe American
ing tot," .Vll do wtu0,:, wSVSr'it
further particulars, npplv at tho Nursery to
.iiifi'ii' ii. siiul
Dec. 29 18B5.
WhittenlialI and Chapman,
nyir.eiK rv t r. vtvns nv
I LII.TIBER, TI.TIBER.
(,1-atllM and Shincrles.
t Also, Manufacturers of
v SAHI, iH)OH, AC.
B Lnmbcr Yard 421 Rroadway, Bash Factory
nnd Planing Mill, Locust strcot, between Third
, uo-t ronrth, T. i.ouih, mo.
All kind, of drcMtd lumber, mouldine. Ac. on
0 h i mi Bainin.
, .. Ktn-4, j.a wwa mm.
lYefr TVhelesnlc'Driiff House
SCOTT & MELLIER
No 143 Main St. Cbrner ot Washington
Avenue 8T. LOUIH; NO,
FRESH GOODS & LOW PRICES
FOR CASH,
. . .
nrE havo In itoro and are daily raealvlng a
vv it
irge and full assortment of all inch articles
usually aepi oy
TXT Vt svl . n n 1 A TW.1 sr,.
WW
To which we Mil the atUntlon of
APOTHECARIES &'GENERIL DEAL
VDQ IV rrtip rnilslTDV a rlTV.
ERS IN THE C01MRY & CITY.
Onr entire stock was bought whon prices were
At their Lowest & Gold at 130,
Thereby enabling us to defy all competition.
Buyers wlU do well to give us a call.
Scott f Mellier,
No. 143 North Main stj St. Louis.
January 26 1866 hi six m.
PHOTOGRAPH S
ANDAM BR YPE8.1
1. D. V A iDE VENTER.
I FORMERLY or Louisiana, Mo. having ar
. ranged a New and splendid SKY-LIOHT
GALLERY
I
In Troy, Is prepared to make rhotographs and
Amhrotypcs In tbo very I
BEST STTIE OF THE ART.
Ho respectfully solicits Ladles and dentlcracn to
call and EXAMINE HIS WOHK.
Especial pains taken in copyiug and enlarging
Q L D PICTURES.
My terms are reasonable, and eatUfuction Is '
guaranteed; but con not bo responsible for stylo 1
of dress or expression of countenance.
January 2 It66. 5-3ui
31 att. it. :iLiii:.,
JSumbcr (3:.5 Forth Fifth Street,
Opposite Mercautlte Library,
St. Louis, Mo. i
BOOK SBLLER & STATION ErT.
Orders from tho country promptly attended to.
January 2 lHgO ti ly
D. II. MARTIN, &. CO..
Commission Merchants,
No. 21 Locust Street,
I'ndcr Merchant's Hank, nodlyr St. Louis
INSURANCE
X) V Tit- v
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF IEEEP0RT, IEEIN0IS.
CHARTER J?E11PETUAL !
Guarantee Capital authorized by'tho
State of Illinois, $100,000.
Accumulated Capital unlimited, now over
$200,000 and constantly Increasing!
IN8UREB rVB STOCK AMD ALL
OTHER PROPERTY AGAINST
ALL DAMAGE BY
LIGHTNING.
F.rratr., and owners of ilwclllnn. look to your lnte
rtMs, Kixl ki.are la this " HOUL COMPANY."
tOcr j oa tho Let ut Indemnity at fair rttes.
We
DIRKOTOU8:
B. n.
WAflinCRNE,
M. C. from Illinois.
ROBKRT n. flETTEMY,
uept. u. d. AS..or,
rrce.orl, III.
WM. WAOSIIR, ten.,
Edtter UcutKlirr Auft
err. t'reenort. 111.
J. WILSON ERAVFKR,
Cl'k Crr Court r-tplicnMin
Co., III.
WM. 8. GRAY,
Treas. of Stephenson Co.
F. W. B. DP.AWLEV,
Att'y at U rn-cporl, III.
0UARLE8 DIXRK,
Plow Manufacturer, '
Mollne, III.
WU. Q. WAODELL,
Adder, t'rieport, III.
J. r. ANKENY.M. U.,
Atjnciuiunn, reepun,iii.
T. OIlMSUKf,
Judge of Stephenson Co.
Court.
MICHAEL 8CHAEm.lt,
Att'ratLaw, fr.Umi,lll,
E. PAY80N UNOW,
NutKryman, Orenoa, III.
oFiaoKna :
J WILSON SHAFFER.
WM. 8. ORAY, v
Mco Prwldsot.
T. OBMSDEE.
I'realdtnt.
WM. 0- TTADDEI.L,
Truasurer.
J.M. 5TR0NO. ,
Deputy gecretiry.
Sesretarr.
,0. C. BEST. '
aasttr of Local talj.
Unquestionably the lest sustained
work oj the kind in the World.
Harpers New Monthly Magazine.
Notices of the Press.
It is tho foremost Magazine of the day.
Tho fireside novcr had a morn delightful
companion nor toe million a more on
tcrprlsinc friend than Harpers Mngaiino.
1 b jf,lj;.f P., 7
Methoditt Protistant.
Tho most popular magazine in tbe
World. If. Y World.
Tho volumes hound constitute of them
selves a library of miscellaneous reading
such as cannot be found in tho samo com
pass in any other publication that has
come under OUT notice Botton Courier,
8-. publisher, havo
perfected a system of mailedgo by whlOb
they can supply tbe Magazine & Weekly
promptly to thoso who proter to receive
publication
ThopOStl
their periodicals direct irom tbe ollioo ot
ition.
postage on Harpers Magazine is 24
cents a year, which must bo paid at tho
subscribers nost nffi
suDsiriuers posi omce.
Harpers Mauazine ono year 84 00
I An extra copy of cither tbo Magazine
J or tho Weekly, will bo furnished gTatis
to OVCry club of five subscribers, at 84
each, toono remittance, or six copies for
, twcuty dollars. Addrms
' HARPUR k imOTHKHS
i FrauLlin Square, New York.
PANDFORD G, SCARRITT'S
NEW
FURJVIT t ltE
WAREROOMS:
No. 44 Market Street. Near and Street,
St. Louis, Missouri,
THE undersigned has Just opened a saperlo
assortment of Furniture, consisting in part of
PARLOR FURN1TVRE,
Soa$, Centre Talks, Chain, &e.
Dining1 Room Furniture,
Extension Tables, Sideboards, Common Leaf
Table, Chairs, 4c.
BED ROOVi FURNITURE,
Bedsteads,
Bureaus, Wash
Stands, Mirrors,
Bedding, Mattresses,
Pillows, Bolsters, c
Together ffith a j
GREAT VARIETY
i
Of otegant, common & medium furniture, which
ho will sell at tho very lowest prices,
Wliolcftnle and Retail.
Having obtained tho most experienced and best
packers of furniluro in tbeclty, customers may re-
ly upon their Roods being packed as they th'uuld 1
be. Having no partners with whom to dlvldi
profiti1, nnd corufmrltlvcly smalt cxpcncj, yet
with unrnualed facilities, he can nnd will toll
i CllE.U. Call and tec. '
SAKKORD Q. SCARRITT, j
No. 44 Market fc'trcct, St. Luuh.
ISfiG. no. 3 If. j
If E MOVE 13.
II. PROUMET?
H AVISO CI.OSKD HIS OLD STAND nt Sn.
1:12 Main street, bus opened a NUH liS -TA1ILIS11MENT
at
IVb. 9 North Fourth Street.
ST. LOIilS,. .HO.
His new itoro has been fitted up in n style of
elegance unsurpassed by nny house of tho' kind
In rho west, and lias been furnished with a very ,
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF ;
DIAMONDS. WATCHES, JEWF.UIY,
CLOCKS AND SlbVKK WAIIM
of every variety nnd quality and of the very !at.
cat patrrns. .
.... '
Ho Is prepared to rtttv nrtevmt tlunn, mukj to
order nil kinds ol Sitter Ware mut Hair irort and
to Ekillfullv repair yiiie R'ntrAn naif Jtiritni.
. 12,..1.8..!i,:"" ..
SL1G0 IRON STORE,
2G8 North 2nd Street,
ST. LOUIS.
Keeps constantly on hand all sizca
of
IRON & STEEL!
of tbo best quality and
Lowest Prices for Cash.
All workers of Iron and Steel are cor
dially' Invited to give outbrands a trial.
Tbe Best Is the Cheapest,
jan'y 12 18C6J GEO. D. HALL.
GEORGE C. KIMBROUGH
DEALER IX
JiHats Gaps Millinery
AID STRAW GOODS,
AT WHOLESALE,
Ka. 99 VamI k U.tn C.ma. a V t
v. .. uv.tn nasis oiicci, as uui.
isnuary 12 1B68 n31f
C. S. RUSSELL,
Successor to ' ,
EDWARD MEAD AND CO. j
Corner of Fifth and Olive 8ti. 8t Louis,
DEALERS IS
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
of ail the oelebratcd makers.
CisviiKOtr
Mounted and unset.
Jewelry of all tho most fashionable styles:
Silver Ware of their own manufacture.
Clocks, Bronzes, Vases,
Toilet Ornaments, Jewel Caskets, Work Boxes,
Fans, Combs, Jewelry, Silver and Hair
work made to order. Precious stones
reset and Watches skillfully repaired.
Etranseri visiting St. Louli will fl-d this ono
of the handsomest stores In the city, and Will at
I llme' '"I P'"o attention, whether they
,h 11Mi,.rn, r.i.i io i... .
wish to purehaso or not. Jan'y 12 legg 3tf
MISSOURI HOTEL,
St. Charlev, Wo.
J. W. LINK, Proprietor.
This house is fitted up in good style sad Is a
first clan hotel. Jan 12, 18o- no.3,tf
MQC nviQi
ssiwe . w
3CA.r:r:o iiousei
No. -IT Hotttlt Fourth Street.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Transient, Weekly and Day Hoarders accommo
dated on reasonable terms.
GRAY & GUERDAN,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS:
South East Corner of
MARKET AND SECOND STBEET9,
and 82 North Fourth Street,
St. Louis, Missouri.
Jan'y 12 18qo- 3tf
F. IIAFKEiMEYER,
113 Vr. 4th St. Cor. Vine,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.
Carpets,
; Oil Cloths,
I Hearth Rugs,
j Window Shades,
and Straw Matting,
January 12 1668. nStf
j WATCHES !
A LARGE STOCK OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND
SWISS WATCHES
; or Tiir. rest makers,
Wholesale &- Jlota.il.
Jllilt K SYLVESTER,
Sn. S Sorlh Main Htr. ct, St. I.uuis, Mis.vurl
lKeCiuber 12 1313.
.IOE ALLEX,
-cV 1 i. x n ; y ut JLi n w s
AXD AL'CTIDXI'I'.R,
Truxliiii, Lincoln Oounty, Mo.
Wf ILL practlcu in all the
V Judicial Circuit. All I
io CutirH of tli'. third
liulnei. cntiuitcd to
bis care III be pimi.ptlv ulUnded to.
Dec. 12, 1SC5. nl
JAMES A. WARD,
l"li,ywici:in Siii'fyoon.
Oilicc one Joo. Nurlh of H ut nnd Htuart;
TI'.OY, .Mu.,
December 12, 1FC0.
nt
JAMIiS M. McLIILLAK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
M I h T A I Y C 1. A I M A U K S T,
TItOY, Lincoln County, Mo.,
.
Office In the Court
12, ISSi. nl
llouso.
Y i 1 jIjI HI
Vt.Torxi.v
PORTER
iti: I-.n.'w
COUNTY, MO.,
TROY, LINCOLN
Cilice In (ho Court
cccml-i-r 12, lbilS. nl
Hon..
F. T. WILLIAMS,
Attorney at a v ,
AND
NOTARY PUB-IC,
Triixton, Liiiroln Cvtinty,
Jl I S S O IJ U I.
December 1!, 1806. nl ly
D. C. RVSSEI.L,
DEALER IS
S T O VES V jX 1
TIN WARE;
TROY, MISSOURI, !
KVX.Vn on hand, or will All all orders in hi
lino on tho nhortest notico.
A good assortment at Tin waro always on hand.
Mending :tn-l guttering prouilly attended to.
Dec. 22, IBM.
ill
JOHN W. DAVIS,
Forwarding; & CoiuiiUHSion
MERCHANT;
mm If . -
, ,
aeCOnd atrcet.
jtvwWwCr .O Jxorui
(Bcl,01ivo and Locust,)
SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Orders for all kinds Merchandise ailed promptly
at lowest cash price,.
Dec. 20 I860
Established tn 18M.
PAUL P. PATHCEN,
WlioIenale dealer in Foreign
AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Bales room on Commercial street, thro doors
below Vine Street.
City and Country orders 101101104 and promptly
filled. Jan'y 13 188(1 nStf
F. X. RREMER'S
St. Charles Iflissouri.
BY tho aid of the experienced millwrights,
Messrs A.K. Haltamaa and M. RleblofSt.
Louis, I have succeeded la putting up a NEW
MILL on Mala and Jaoksoa streets, superior to
any mot. unarm, thereiore i am cnaniea to iur-
nisb VLOVU ofthebest qnallty, whloh I war
rant to eiva tlsfaotion. F, X. KRBMER.
Jan'y 12 18r) nStf
Is tNt-si Ctfa entntu s mm
and
hare beon IntroJticod to th puMio for a0
than six years, nnd lmve nccjuircd on
Tar execedirj)? any Family Medicine of t
similar nature in tlie market.
An nnprecialing pulilio wm not lost i
discovering they lionised ntit.trltabl
nd heniio their
and conieiiuent prnlit tn thu t'rupriet-.r, thra
enabling liiin to cipcn l
or dolliiM each yi-.ir in :ulci!i-,ii'; tl.r't
merit.., and publishing tin-
wliioh luivo been hIiiiwoiv I tt . . ,u liim rr.,
The pci'ttliarity ol' tin-
SsVoo "9vvvvS'vv:v
vvu
is that titer -tiik" nt si..
by ci'.idicutui every purti.;
fur tti" life nml ln-aV. . . , .
upon liij puri'v t ill 1
If ' ( I.! I ii p
out n iiii"nitile vx!-.' in i
v,vc vv.'.0w A
li i-iiri !
' ; uf 3,
.in,
l.imr
Cams I
Itcitcdrr!.?-1,
, 'c t. lt
0.
ft
7
0KEp--r-i.il wil'
li' III- .l niuu v.-.ti-
iicr i!.iiiIiIi vv.:, cip- I
t.iiiiliu . .mil 'm,.
J.itu-.- ..I' two vc;ir
ANOTHDll rito". lii- urn n i'iiiiv'
tl'l.-r l.i- lli-'li It.i'I iiliiin-tt wit't.il Kity.
'I In- il.-i.tuu i .run mis 1 il.e . si-. ii.riir
1.!.'.
ANOTHju?. t" .-iiri-.i "I' 1'i-vprr.nil Ayu
ofti-i- ti-.in - i v ii.-.li.-in- in li t-t r.-m-li.
AKOTHKK 'v-im t-iiiv.l nt' IVe.-v..'.-
'. ! 1 1 -n :r,-.i i,-.ir!.-i-i i-.ir
A;ru'fH?.?i..i'i:!..iiin:i : n. .1 .-:.'i.t.-ii
t .1- il.llllll!' t.l'f .l' I'v-j.i-ji-i.l l-li.l I. I I'
('...-.ij.' un' i-'.in-l bo iiii-nrn'ti"'! in '.mi.-'i. '. -j'ni'i
in I lt.I-4
IT.' t!!i !ii .t , i-ii-i. -Mi. I tlioi-wil;
iiU r.ills tli it
liu-.i' i-i'i- l.i1' :i iiitr.xint'u.1,
'111-;. :i. I -1 .lir ciK-iipnii the I. iter, f-'rit-ti
t!i:il uriMii tn 1 1 1-1 1 itti e.'.ti.'iit w llitit tin
ayiti-m 111 t i-Inpv) intu it." I'm-ir. r .-"
ilitii.n. liii-!i h tun npt to bo i!k- i.i.' -i-.
nini)iK- 11 pui-:itiu pili
'1'lit-y are really it
vv ls V V .v a
.u WUV IlkVVl y
wliicli, ill coujutietii.il with tin.'
YA.oo ''a'vvvv'i'vcv,
will euro nil tlio nfor.-iiiniitiniR-.l ili.-mc;.
und, of tlieuiielve, will reli.ve and mta
Hej..lci'.hc, Cow:i'erit-i-.f,
Colii Gj.ino, ChoU-w Jrijt l- r,
ndr'-calior., (P.i:n, ir. the .
(pizzir.iss, eU.
Try these medicines, and yuti will ncter
regret it.
Ask your neighbor, who huvo used them,
and they will euy they ura
and you should try them before going for a
physician.
Get a Pamphlet or Almanan of my local
agent, and read the cortilicates, uud if jo
bave ever doubted you will
DouVft a0 VkUWe.
Aa a proof that the Blood I-iirlfier and Pills are peril!
egsuiuie, 1 nave inn ceruscwa 01 ii.om en.io.ni cbi
bts, FroTesson (bllton of N, Y., and Locke of Clndnn.il.
I Bead Dr. Boback'e 8clal Notlsrs and OtrtiScat. sk
llshsd In a conspicuous part of this I'.r from tlrae
I tlm..
' rrlosof the ScandlnMian VeUbla Blood Pariler, !
Irbottle,ortsprhairdoun. Of Ih.BcandlD.tlon V-
table Blood rills, esaU per box, or o boxes for II.
Otsee and ManmVtery, nos. at, M, 80, and W lasi
Third Street, Cincinnati, 0.
FOB SALE BY
All Druggists
'J-hrongliout tbe
United States.
4
F IANO-FQR TE
No. 77 N. Fourth Stmt, 8t. Lorn, Mi.
sou aout rM -
Five different Manufaotuiert,
Making tha greatest variety
and but auortmnt in the Weat-i
aoo. aaan roa
8. D. ft H. W. Bkth's unequaled
Hanaoniums nnd Melodeonfl.
au.Taa C
IMttt Ifutie evnttoMUf tn bmi.
Oritrt hm1 frnMl. JDk'
Ms
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