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COUNTY OI'I'ICEIIS. O i Ircult Clerk W. CoUSKT. f S. T. Ixoiiau. I A. K WILSON. ( I.KYI ltlOKI.K. ounly Court Justices., c mily Clork luirilT ....P. C. 0r.K. ...,8. H. WuoLrou, Vieusurcr 1). Bueltom. ,wsor XonuiN FURTF.R. VtiMic Administrator iK. 0. Sit ion. County Surveyor J, C Downino. Uhool Comtnlsslonc'r J. M. McI.KM.iK. UOIMITN IN LINCOLN COUNTY. Cine it Cucut Second Monday In Ap'll and Thiul Monday InSopteraber. Cuu.ntt Cobiit Second Mondays In l'obruary, May, August and November. 1'OSTAIi AHHANOI3MI3NTH. UKPAHTUKVS OF HAILS. rorAVcnttvlllo, dally (exceptSunday)at6.30 A M 'Lost Branch, Monday! 0.00 Xtibnrn, Tucs., Thurs., Sat., 6,0 Ashloy, Tuesdays ami Friday! B.OO Cap-uu-Uris, Wednesdays O.0Q Truxton, Fridays 0-00 Tho nmlls. close at "o'clock on tbo ovcnlng j.rcvlous to their departures. IKIUVAl.J. From Wo.il.vllle dally (mcopt Sunday) 5.00 r. Lost lirancli, Moml.'ys '. 5.10 Auburn, Tucs., Tliurs. end Sat , 5'J0 . Ashley, Vednosdays and Saturdays...rt.OO Cnp-au-Orls, Wodnesdays C00 Tiuston, Fridays 600 B. OHUMV, P. M LOCAL AND COUNTY. WAI.1 l'Al'UH An excellent assortment at Bctts & Co', over Crump & Wind's store. Mr. Hallingcr informs us tliat ho will open liU now drug store n about ten days Some of his goods havo arrived and he uow awaits tho progress of the paintcra, who will soon bo through. Ornaincutiil, sign, bnnncr and house painting, done by Butts & Co. Also, paper hanging in tho very neatest and most artistic manner. Burned to Death. The wife of Mr. Asbury Worthington, near Louisville, in in this county, on Sunday, 17th inst., at tempted to Gil a lamp with coal oil whilo the wfck was lighted. Tho oil ignited and tho lamp explodeJ, burning Mrs Worthington so badly that she died tho next day. This is another tcrribllc warning to those who are careless in handling this cotnliiiitib'c fluid. A itrikiii evidence of tho high esteem in which the Charter Uuk Stoves ure held, is tho immense: numhnr of thciujhat aro. ucrutWy roI1 1H,4U in ISU'J. Tins is cnp:tb!o of proof, nud attests the merits o theso stoves more than pages of writing. Call at Butts & Co's and cxaniino the fine assortment of wall papers ; gilt aud velvet borders, eta. 1'ERfONAfi. Our penitt! (riend Alber Ilou-iton, of St. liouis, stepped into 'our sanctum last Monday evening, looking as "happy as a big sunflower." Wo shall ever cherish a fond' feeling toward Al. for it was ho who held our hand as we made the eucccshful step from that rick ety old craft, ''bachelor's roost ;" und we now st-md on the other shore with epen arm? to welcome our young friend to its nhady bowers and peaceful abodes. WAfSONMI WAGONS J t Wo havo on hand several of tho cclo bratcd ".Smillie and Spencer" wugone manufactured ut Virdcn, Illinois, whicli we warrant first class in every particular ami will sell them at prices that canno fail to please. Call aud see. ROQKUS & CAKK Piano for Sale. An excellent rose wood piano can bo bought at n rcasonabl price from ' Dr. J. L. DOGGETT, n28-3w Troy, Mo Some Distance. The numbor of Charter Oak Stoves mado and sold last year by the KxccUior Manufacturing Company, if placed in a lino close to gcther, would stretch out for a distance of twelve miles. I.TEUESTINQ TO II UAL. E IT AT It IIol.D Kits and Bdyf.bs. Attention is directed to tho card of Attorneys Quigley & Bon Cls, who have formed a co-partucrship i the pracjlco of lawand roal oslate agency The quiet energy of theso two legal gen tleuieu recommends them in their profos sion, and promises strict attontion to all business entrusted to them. Mr. Bon ills has beon employed for moro than two years compiling a book of abstract titles of all tho lands in tho county, oxtending back to the Grst titles, and can furnish any inforiuition in regard thereto that may bo desired by those who wish to buy land in this county. This book is invaluable and if you wish to know tho security of your land titles without expending hours or days searching musty old records, you cannot do better than to call on Mess Quigley & Bonfils and have tho matter settled satisfactorily in a few minutos. A communication in regard to a rail road meeting at Louisville was recoived too Into to insuro publication in this is suo. It will appear next wesk. ' Mess. II. Moltobcrts & Son will com mence running a daily hack lino from Ihi pluca to Wright City r.n the 18th of August, in connection with their Wcnlz vino lino, hee advertisement In another column. Domestic, &c. Bl'ONOK Cakf.. Four eggs, one cop of our, ono cup oi sugar, tenspooniui oi mon oxlract. twotynspoonluU ot baking powder; silt tho flour iu gradually, and ako quickly. Washing Liquid. Take one part dissolved sal soda ; two parts spirits tur pentine ; mix in a bottle, and use a ta blcsnoonful to a tub ol water, it win make the soap go twice as far. To Obtain a Good Night s bleep. Spongo the entire length of tho spino in ot water lor ten or uitccn minutes; mis ill reduce tho circulation, quiet the ner vous system, and induce sleep butter than ny drug. Bkidgepout Cakk. One cup of but ter, two of sugar, three and one-half cups of flour, four eggs, one cup of sour milk, the juico and rind ot a lemon, one amall teaspconful ol soda, two cups oi our rants. To Remove Tan. Tan may bo ro moved from tho face by mixing magnesia n soft water to the consistency ol paste, which should then bo spread un tho faco and allowed to remain a minute or two. Then wash off with castile soap suds and with soft water. To Make Old Kid Gloves New. Mnlco a thick, ruuoiUio by boiling handful of flax seed ; add a littlo dis solved soap ; then when tho mixture cools, with a piece of whito flannel wipe the eloves, previously httod. to the hand ; use only enough of tho oleancr to tako off the dirt, without wcttinc througu tho glove. How to Wash Flannels Without Shrinking. N woolen fabrio should havo soap rubbed on it unless you wish to shrink it. Soak it in warm water half an hour; rub lightly when you rinso it out ; then rub thoroughly in good hot suds: rinse it out, put iu a tub and pour clean hot boiling water on i t i lie moro tho better; let it stand till cool enough to bo rinsed out by hand. Blackiikiihy Win:. Gather nico ripe blackberries ; mash them well in a wooden or earthen vcsel, strain, and for every gallon of juico thus obtained, ndd two quarts ot water to tho pomnce. J.et his stand several hours stirring occasion ally, then strain and mix with the pure uice. To every gallon ot this mixture and three pounds white sugar, l'laco in any suitablo vessel to ferment, substituting u piece of ga:zo neatly pasted on torn stop per. After fermentation, loosely place the stopper in. Rack off und bottle in October. Another way : First, secure good berries, good kegs or casks, and good Havana sugar. J ne bcirics should not be grccu nor trosted, but porfectly ripe. The kegs should be pci feetly clean. A good way is to wash with boiling water and common soda. press, or even a cheese preFs; but do not run the berries through tho apple crusher, us that breaks many seeds and gives a bad flavor to the wine. After expressing the juice, strain through a cloth stuincr ; add to ovcry quart of juico three pounds of sugar, aud water sufficient to mako ono gallon, total. Add no less than thrco pounds of BUgar, otherwise tha wine will grow acid. Place your mixture in a kettle, aud bring to a toil; Bkim as soon as it boils, tl on llow it to cool, aud Gil your kegs about two thirds full, and keep in a modcretely cool placo a shed or opou room, l'lacc a loose) ciotn over the bung, and allow it to lermcni' Al ter feimcnting four or five days fill the kegs with fresh made liquor, and allow it ferment as long as it will, then bung tight, and tho last of November remove to the cellar. Rack off in March; hare vour spigot two inches above tho chime, so as not to dis'.urb the tcdimcnt. Rinse out your kegs in boiling water, and ro turn tho wine. Then let it stand until about June, and bottle in dark bottles. I have used five, ten and forty gallon casks, and think five gallon casks far preferable Filling the casks only part full, and allowing to torment, then tilling up and allowing a second fermentation, makes wine livelier, und it is ready for use much soonei. Wino, by this pro cess, has at tho ago oi one year, ute ap- pearaucc in all respects of four year old wino. Saltinq Milch Cows. Wm. Eggor, of Lowell, Lowia county, New York, a Swiss dairyman of experience, gives iho method practised in Switzerland by the best stoik keepers. He says that cows should be salted early every morning, and if they aro fed lu the stable, the salt should be givon beforo foddering. Salting in this way improves their appe tite ; tbey drinlx with moro regularity, aro ke.pt in better health, and givo moro milk than wbon salted in tho usual way, as practiced by dairymen in America. He thinks it very injurious to salt mil.oh cows only once or twice a week, as thoy will lick too much salt at one timo, and drink too much water for the day. To havo stock to do well, they must be fed with regularity every day alike, and never give too mueh of anything at one timo. PaOTECTINO SllKEl1 FIIOM DOOS. A eorn I, ondent lays that hia father, a prominent sheep raiser, finding that the "bell wether" was never attaukod by dogs eonceived the Idea thai the uso of bells wquld tend to frighten away the murder ous canines. Accordingly ho furnished fifteen or twenty 'sheep of a hundred with globular bells, the site of an ordi nary tca?up. Having leen it practiced fir several years sucoassfully, ho is certain of ita valuo. Tho Worcester (Mass.) Spy has com menced ita hundredth year, and its pro prietors aro going to cfctabrate it by a grand dinntr, Th!i ' probably tho oldest newspaper on the continent, next to the QuebeoQatette, which haa reached its one hundred and sixth year. It ia almost certain Jliat Austria, Eni land and Russia will not become involvid in the war between Prussia aud Frsucr. DIKI). On tho 22d of July, 1870, of heart disease, Mrs. SAHA1I W. I'OWULI.jVlfoof W, T. Powell, aged 33 years and 5 days, ANNOUNCEMENTS. ron niiKiFK. V ro nutbnrlicd to announce TH03. It. Rlltl), of Hurricane township, a cnndldato lor thoofilcouf ehorlff at tho ensuing Tall etcotlon. NEW ADVERTISLMENTS. HENUY QUIOLEV. EUCJENEN HONl'tLS. iriii:v & iio.m ei.s ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Conveyancers & Ileal Estate Agents, TROY, O-, T7ILL pructleo In tho various Courls oj tho V 'Jhlrd Judicial Dlittlct (Pike, Warren, Montgomery nnd Lincoln). Having I ten en gaged for two yean putt In making an nWtrnct of title of all real estate In Lincoln county, they havo peculiar facilities for furnishing at ehorl notice a cotnplcto nhttract ut tttlo of all tho lands In said county. July 28, 1870. Dnily 1-Xa.olc Lino rnoH ' Troy to Wright City ON AND AFTER AUC1UST 18, wo will run a dally hack lino from Troy to Wright City, carrying passengers and express, and unking prompt connections with train on tho North Missouri raltread. Wouro also running a DAILY HACK LINE from TROY TO WENTZYILLE, carrying pappcnjicra And expresa, nnd ninltlng eonucctiuu villi tbo euBtcrn und wiotirn bound " "ll. McIlOBUKTS & SOIV. July 28. 1870. Good Nuws for Housekeepers Bread! Bread! (A. W. 3IOB..l'.S E.VKi;itV AND OCI3ICV AND COftTIX' T10ii:Y STOKK. take jtlcasure in announcing to the noon housewives of our town that they can now be saved the heat and vexation attendant upon bread baking in these sultry summer days. My baking ovens are now in excel lent trim, and lean supjily you with ami amount of the best of bread, TUJiks. CO VR, JJllP, nml all Ju J pastry. Groceries always on hand. COFFEES, TEAS, SUGAli, SY1WP, FliUITS, CAN DIES, SPICES, d-c. a. w. no ii u. jj21n29 PATENTS. Inventors who wish to tako out Letters Putent aro advlsod to counsel with MUNN.tCO., cd tors of the Scientific Amerivant who havo prose cuted claims beforo Iho patent oflico for over Twenty Years, Their American nnd European Patent Agency Is the most extcnslvo in tho world. Charges less than any other reliable agency. A pamphlet containing full instructions to Invento'S is sent gratis. MUJUN it CO., 37 Park Row, New Yo rk . Newspaper Advertising. A hook of 125 closely printed pages, lately Is suod, contains a list of tho best Araeilcan Ad vertielng Mediums, giving tho nanus, eircula tlons, i' nil full particulars concerning tho I nail ing Dally and Weekly Pu'iltlcul und Family News, papers, together with all thoso having largo cir culations, published in tho interest of ltcilg. ion, Agriculture, Literature, Ac, Ac. Kvery Ad' vcrtisor, and every person who eouteuiplatos bo coming such, will find this book of great vnl ue. Mailed free to any address on receiptor fif. teen cents. RED, 1. ltOWIILl,, it CO , Pub Ushers, No. 40 Park Row, N. Y. The Pittsburgh ( Pa.) Leader, in It slssuo of May 2, 1870, soysi "Tho firm of O, P. Howell Co., which issues this interesting and i aluablo book, li tlio lu rgo.-it ana bolt Advertising Agency in tin) United States, and wo can cheert'ullv ro- eummend It io tho attention of those who deelro to advertise their business sclciitlncally aud systematically In such a way ': that is, so to recuro tho largest amount of publicity for tho jcusi oipenuuuro oi money, ' JAPANESE i:obn riLB - UI2MOVF.8 CORNS WITHOUT PAIN. Price 28c. Bold at drug and shoe sfores. ' Camples mailed on reeclin of price, nnd trade supplied by tho JAPANESE iun f ll.li uu., 34 I'll ine street, New York. CCMTI CMCM tbe Grant Cigar Tl,, ULIl I is a novelty ana a pleas uro. Samples 30 cents. 4390, New York A. QUANT, P. O. Box lYIUUd I nulluO weeks. Keoetpo sent for SO CtH. Address II. IUCUARDS, lloi 31)86 New York P. 0. OF DR. SHALLENBERQErt'S Fever and Ague ANTIDOTE Always "tops the Cbllla. This Medicine baa been before the Fub Ho fifteen years, and la still ahoad ot all other known remedies. It docs not purge, docs not sicken tho stomach, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all circum stances, and is tho only Mcdlciuo that will OURE IMMEDIATELY ,and permanently every form ot Fovcr and Ague, because it is a perfect Autt dotofo malaria. Held by all Druggists. kH IWMULUihlflliHUI llHirn-lAmWl .. MlmmmmW McCOltMICK'S Immoral .liachincs 'I' A Ik V . IK . . I The Ailrncro Is a Hio-wheelid combined Self raking Itcapcr and MoMer, with two cutter birs, reaping fivo foot wldo, with sirrntcd Sickle, snd delivering the grain at the sldo of the maoHno in good sited bundles, without any attention from thu driver. It has a quicker motion for Mowing, with sharp-edged knltcs, cutting four fcot wide Tho reaping parts can bo detached en lnasso, and tho Mower liar alloc bed by simply changing two pins. A pair of small horses, managed by a boy, can operate it with the grea'est caio. ( t ii is rit i sis i: mo w i: it, Tho l'rlto Mower Is made as a scparato ma chine for thoso who raiso only grass, ',TrJi3 ro Icr, nnd aro able to buy two inabilities. It cuts four foet wldo, und cuts clein, closo and rapidly through tho worst inattod clover or dead graM, wet or dry, without tho least tendency to choko or clog. Till': itrxiAitL.:. Wo still contlnuo to furnish the old Ilcfiblc, of largo eltn only, cutting six feet wide. It is adapted for fanners who wish to have n separata reaper that will do n big days work, and that I oun bo relied on in every emorgoncy. Sample Machine can be seen at the East Troy Mills, or at the Undersigned Agents J. R, BRITTON, Agent, Troy, Mo. FIHLPEK, l'ATTHN & CO. Agents, l'aj ncai llle, Mo. ALSO AKiT.S 1'OK Gaar, Scott & Cos CELEBRATED Ihrcshinff llacltittc Z ounf, lH70n22wfl Dr.SAM'LT. EAST, DBA LEU .V nnnnn inn iirninui rn , I'Uiti: WINES AND LIQUORS. ron mi:dical use, PAINTS AND DYESTUFF S Of Every Description, PERFUMERY. PIPES, CIGARS, SMOKING AND CIlEtriNGT TOBACCO, CONFECTION ARB BOS STATIONERY, And Evernthinq Usuallu Kep FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE, AND ALL SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES. I'liysicimisi' PrcKcriplioiis OARKFULLY COMPOUNDED. Jiinfl nlyt TROY CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE. The Fifth Annual Term will cointnenco of this Institution MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1870, And close Thursday, June 15, 1871. FACULTY. W. CHIS'riAN, A. M., rucsiDF.NT, Teacher of Mental nnd Moral Sciences, Logic, &viueucc oi 'Jiiristlanity ana Higher Mathematics. Mrs. It. A. CHRISTIAN, A. B., Teacher of (Irammnr. Arithmetic, History, Rhot orlc, Political Economy U Xutu?! l'hilosophy. J. C. IJOWLKS. Teacher of Greek, Latin and Ficnch, and Atsltt- nnt in Lngllsb Literature. Mhs. M. J. FOREMAN, A. 13., Teacher uf Primary Department. ', ; Teacher ot Muslo and Drawing. Thls place will ho supplied with a first'Cluis leaeuer ueiore me session commeuccs. Hoarding Homo. Mr. and Mrs. WM. FRAiflSR. r.XI'IJNSES I'KIt TF.HM OV I'OltTV 1YEEKN. Itonrd, Fuel Lights, $190,00 Tulliou In Collegiate Department, 40.00 Tuition In Academic Department, , 30.00 Tuition in Primary Dcp.rtineet, 19.00 Lessons on Piano, 40.00 Use of Instrument one hour per doy, 10.00 Drawing, SO.OO French, 20.00 Washing, per doten. 75 Contingent Fee, 1.U0 The term will commence on the second Monday in qupicmo.r, ftsru. All bills payable half yearly in advance. All pupils will bo charged from lime of entry till eloso of Session. The term will be divided into two sessions of Twenty Weeks each. Young ladles from a distance will be required to buard In the boarding house, Young ladles are required to furnish their nwn brushes, eoirhs, towels, etc., und to keep their own rooms in oruer. None but young ladles received at tho board inir house. Young men can find board-In private, families eonvenieui io lue scnooi, ni reasonable rates. W. CHRISTIAN. ADVERTISE YllUlt 1IU81NHSH IN THE HERALD IT WILL PAY. AND TO THE PUBLIC! jQGERS & CAKE, F EllLINU (IHATUFUL FOU PAST I'AVOllS nnd wishing n tonllnanco cf your patronage would most respectfully Inform their Irientls, amt Iho public generally, tliat tbey intend to keep a full ajcuitracnt of orerythlug In the way ul - CO CQ CD CQ P CO era PL. CD CQ CO BOOtS AND SHOES, All of their own tnnnuCacturc, nml nt prices thai cannot Till to give cuttle satiefuotlon Oiifi'ooih nro all muuufuctureil by thu very hcjtof workmen, and tt U our Intuition to leuvu nothing undone to jucmte our customers. Vic havo now on hunt! nn excellent awortment of KIP, CALF ASI UVVKHt att vf mr i.n-h M. Also, a uplM.did lino of MESCU VAU MOIMWU, UVAT iltnl AU.IUATOK .S'AAV.Y. to which wo cirpinlty Invito voftr attontion. Wcr.nyOAifU for IHDIlS, TAKIiOW, PUIS und l'lnTHinS. and iis far an wu can. will r- ( ceivo any tiling tho farmers may hnvcto riparc In Our workmrn are compelled to havo the money for their. work, and OUUKU TO Keep Down Prices, i wo mutt ny oa.-!i for all our Hook. Tlii being I Ihucftfe wunrc ncoccrf.irily ceuttcllcl to TO TIIK CASH SYSTEM. Wo would therefore say to all tlioso who have been purchnnini; on short time, til como forward nt uncu nud settle their account by p.) ing as the money. Wo are confident that the (loods manufae'urod by tv nio euuiil in stylo and quality to any man ufuctured in tho State, and we tako unusual rdeasuiu In presenting you an Invitiitinn to exam uu our stosk before making your purchases. Ail Wurk irtfrunfri 7i'ms Cth ! Wo hope by promptness nnd fair dealing to se cure a liberal ah.'iio ol J our parronngo. January li, 70. UUU 1,US i UAkli ST. LOU15S AI1 !MiriIC RAILWAY LIXG NORTH MISSOURI RAlLROAu The short link connecting tho GREAT PACIFIC RAILWAY wiTn St. Louis and the East. The through trains over this rnW ruri in e!oe connection with all tho Western Railroads, land Ing pnssongcrs in hi . LOUIS in time to uinko cloo and Immediate conntctioiis with tho EASTERN LINES FOR Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, Louisville?, Cleveland,' Pittsbuig, liuualo, riiiladeliilila, Baltimore, N. York, Boston, Washington And all Eastern Cities. To facilitate tho incrcaso of business over this Road, tho management havo decided to run THREE THRO UGH EXPRESS TRAINS, (living passengers their eholco of Routes to tho l-.ast, ana tlio ndvantago of the fast time now being mado by the roads leading from St. Louis. Whon purchasing tickets, seo thatthey read via NORTH MISSOURI RAILROAD," whloh can be obtained at all the railroad office, throughout the country, 6.11. KNIGHT, dcneral Superintendent. A. W. MILLSI'AUrill, Gen'l Ticket Agent. L. M. DUNN, flen'l Western Agent, 6t. Joseph, Mo. J- MEREDITH DAVIES, Ucneral Adv'tising Agcnf " " 1 - Ht.- ijoutk wot A SUMNER AOENT Foil WHEELER &, WILSON'S LOCK STITCH SEWING MACHINES! AWARDED THE GOI.l JfIJEB.lL, PAlllg, 1867. Every Machino Warranted FOR THREE' YEARS. THE' BEST FAMILY Mllll'llSE HUM) l'Olt CIltCUI.AIt. UFFIOKi'llff N. FlI'TII 8TUGKT. ST. LOUIS, MO. Agent fur I incoln County. Janyari II, 1SCD lv -f ibirhstgs SOMETHING SfBW ! JOHN P.MOTT Has all I he New Styles of Heating anil O O lv S T O V K W 0 n A IV I) I a c: T V ll K s TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WARES, KV.KVH CASTIXtiH AND House Fiirnisliiug Hardware, ID UTS up Lightning Rods, luiln Poinpa RoofiiiK, SpoutliiK, Sells Table Cutleiy, Sjioous, Ac. Sells his goods ai LOW ns anyliody. anil event Strive KitrrtttiUi-H to givo cnpT'o Brtltsfrtcliou, or thi MONEY RETOllNllD. OLD STOVES KEPAlKEI)! for January 13, 1870. InlvSvl) eOll-IN8 CO'fl im Made of Cast Steel, melted and poured Into Iron moulds. They will last from three to six times longer than any other steel plow. Will scour In the most diffleult soils. Will draw ono fifth lighter than any other plow. Any section can be replaced by a duplicate whloh will exactly fit. They plow at any depth, from four to twelve Inohes, and work perfectly in either, stubble or turf. For Sale exclusively by O. D. liOVIXtt, Agent lor Lincoln County. January fl, 1870 "in V urn i tur &Vote . TSLO.m Keeps constantly nn hand n Fine Assortment of House furniture, such a. WARDROBES, IHMXj TABLES, Candle and Wash Sfands, LOOKING GLASSES, &o. IJ?Vaa Will also manvfaclure any of HaA- above articles to order. ALL AT CITY MSTAIL PU1CES. Metalic, Coffins, . FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. NeatrWalnut Coffins ALWAYS ON HAND. March 10, I860 ly HO ! XOXX'JL" HE STARof tiieWIST. THRESHER AND HORSE POWER! Wo tako iiUaiure in calling the attention of tbo farmers to this celebrated Machine fOf the following reasons, to-wlt, Itcan be bought for $.00 les. than almost any other machine, of eight hors. ower, tho prica being S55U. It will thresh as much grain In a day, and clean It better, than any other inachlu. now In use. Itoanben'aulec) orcrany road that an ordinary load of wood cah go without 'any fear of upset' ting, and two men ean handle tt aud' set It ready for work, These and many other advantages' possessed by this machine should bo a sulTlelcut Inducement for tho Jarmur to call and csnbitao tt before pur chasing elsewhere, They ran b seen by calling on 110UUUS it CAKK, Tory, Mo. We a I no liuve "IC mule I I'm 'afeitl Hoi'mv Ha' rork" on exhibition. BLANK NOTES FOR SALE, EVERY DAI C EW. KEMM TROY.