Newspaper Page Text
T Unit Cy ore Searrtt ' Heart I"
Old Woodebiit p'- FAITHFUL 8HBPUERD BOY. Gerhart wss a German shepherd lot, ' and p noble fallow he was, although he ?rjr poor. One day while he ?as watching hii flock, which a feeding in a ralley on the bordcra of a forest, a hunter came out of the woods, and ailed : "How far ii it to the neareit village?" Sii miles, air," replied the boy, "but lb road ia only a thcep tract, and very easily missed"" The hunter looked at the track, and said : crooked "My lad, I am hungry, tired aid" At length day dawned; and then he tbirrty. I have lost my companions, and turned bis tottering steps toward the set missed my way. Leave jour sheep and lament to seek aid. When about half ahow me the road. I will piy you way he met the parents of the lost chil wei" dren wild with grief, coming to search "I cannot leave my sheep, sir," rt- for the dead bodies, as they had no ex joinod Gerhart. "Thay would stray into pectation of Gnding (hern alive The tbt forest, and be eaten by wolves, or (young hero quietly told them what he stolen by robbers." i"1 ono 10 ,ave tDem I an'l by- bisdiree- "Well, what of that?" queried the t'om they ooo found where they lay. hunter. "They are not your sheep. On removing the covering of the moss Tbe loss of one one or more wouldn't be ey found the little creatures snag and inuclr jttr i:jl.cive joii I "''"J '" " "rrhing elutuhcr. more than you have earned in & whole What words could picture tbe wild joy air" rejoined Gerbarr. year. "I cannot go T.-rv firmlv. "My master pays me for . ny time, and he trusts mo with bis sheep. If I were to sell my time which does not belong to me, and the sheep should get lost, it would bo the same as if I stole them." "Well," said the hunter, "will you trust me with your sheep while you go to the village and get some food and drink, and a guide ? I will take care of them for you." The boy shook his bead. "The sheep don't know your voice, and' Oerhart topped speaking. "And what I C'au't you trust we? Do I look like a dUhouest man?" asked tbe hunter angrily. "Sir," said tho boy, "you tried to mako trie false (O tuy trust, and wanted rue 1 to break my w r,r, tit rn is m..l.r. lino to my master, do I know you would keep your word with mo ?" The hunter laughed and he felt the hoy hd fiirly cornered hiru. lie said : 'I see toy lad, that you are a pood faithlul boy. I will try not to forget you. Show mo the road, and I will try to make it out tuysulf." Gerhart uow cffureil the contents ol his crip to tho hungry man who, coarse as it was, ate it gladly. Presently his attend ants catno up, and then Gerhart lo his aurprisc, found that the hunter was tl.c Grand Duke, who owned nil tbo country around. The duke was no pleased with the hoys honesty that he sent for him shortly after, and had him educated. Honesty, truth and fidelity are precious jewels in the character of a child. When they fprin from piety they aro dia monds, and miko the possessor very beautiful, very happy, very honorable, and very useful. Miy you, my readers, wear them as Gerhart did. Then a greater than a duko will befriend you, for tho Great King will adopt you us hii children, and you will become princes and princesses royal in tho kingdom of God I Young 1'ilgrim. THE NOllLE F1SUEH HOY. Tho 0th of October, 1857, will long be remembered among the Labrador fisher men. On that day an awful hurricane raged along the coast. One of tho Dsh ing vessels, with a large number of men, women and children, on board, was oiught in tho storm, and tried hard to ride out of the hurricane. After a few hour of fearful auapenso, eho dragged her anchor, at d was driven on ehoro. With great diUculty, all on board was fufuly landed. Drenched with rain, blinded by Hnow drifts, shivering in the cutting blasts, they found themselves on an uninhabited part of tho coast, the nearest huts being firo miles distant. 1'ho gloomy night closed in as the last f them were dragged ashore from the wrsok. Their only hopo lay in endevor ing to- reach tho distant huts, uud in tho darkness and storm they staggered. Who can picture the horrors uf that uight of nulfering to this forlorn band. When the morning broke out, niue feen of I hem lay dead along the shore. A group of three women and two chil dren, clasped in one uuothcr's arms, and ialf buried in mud, wus found all stiff and stark in the icy embrace of death. During the darkness and coufusion of landing, a family of four young children were separated from their parents, who sought for them in vain, and at length gave them up for lost. A boy of fourteen hoanng the cries of these poor liltlo ones, and finding that Ihoy tiad no guide or protection, resolved to do what he could to save their lives. To reach tho huts with thvtn being im possible, ho mudo tho shivoring children lis down, locked in each other's amis , then he let lo work resolutely collcclinp moss, of h!oli, fortunately, there was a large quantity about, anil piling this about them in lsyeri, he at length sue cccdcil in excluding I lie piercing cotd. Porlunatvlv. tun- he fuund on the licarh the fnnmcnU f an old sail, which he covered over all ; and collecting more moii, he increated the covering until the poor sufferer ceaed to cry with the bitter cold, and declared themselves more comfurtahle. Through all the weary hoars of that night, the heroic boy stood alone by these children, replacing their covering hen the wind scattered it, and cheering tbcoi with words of hofo. He might .have tried to escape with the others, but 'be would not leave bis helpless charge. ot the father and mother at that eight? But, alae ! on their way back near the "pot where they had parted with him, they found the noble boy who had saved their children lives at the ex reuse of bis own, lying dead. Nature was ex hausted, after the fatigue and exposure of the night; and, unable to reach the friendly shelter, he sank down ami died. Finn I Settlement. TV OTICE i bertlr given that the undcri'Ifned I ' administrator of Ihc ei ate of William Iilack, dccM, will make a final settlement of hii admin irtratiun of raid tiUtc at the next term of the l'robatc Court uf Lincoln county, Mo., to be bo gun and held at ilie court liuute in Troy, Mo., on therecond Monday in April, I '72 mchUnll II. (i. S1TTO.V, Adm'r. Final Sctllciiicnt VTOTICE I, hen by iven lint the under" pne-d. adminiftr.it-.r tbo citato of Jocr.h Mar ttriikj deceasod, mil untko u final settlement of his mtmi ol trril ir.n ..F inl.t i.itnlr.. at tK.. hatI term of the l'roba'e Court of Lincoln county, "?. 10 no oegin anit iiom in iriy on iuc ifond Monday in April, 1872 inch 7d 10 JOS. 11. ALLEN, Adm'r. Fin:i I Settlement. NOTICE ii heriliy (riven that tho undersigned, aJminiiitratrix of the -tate of Ijcorire C llowen, der'd, will make a final ifttlt inent uf her Mdiiiinutrntion of paid eelate, at the next term of the l'robatc Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to bo bfgun arid held In the court homo at Troy, in laiu county und itute, on tho iccond uonday in April, 1872. inclwnltt SARAH .1. IIOWEN, Adtur'x. Ailiitiiiitr;itor-N A'olice. V OTICE li hereby Riven that lettern of admin 1' btration Wert j-ranted to tho riiderigned on tho iitato of Joiner M. l'ortcr dee'd, hv the Cli rk of tho I'robato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on tho 12lh day of February, 1872. All pcrtom havini; c'aima against "aid ci-tntc arc rcquireil'tu cxLILi t them to the adininlxlr itor for nllownnco ithin one year from the date of ial.1 lettirn, or they may be precluded lioia uny benefit of raid catate; and it not exhibited within iwo years from tho dale o: taid letter! they will be forever barred. inch Unit E. ti. bITION, Adm'r. AIinuiltratoi'N ftotiee. N 'OTICE Is hereby given that letter! of nd minlitrntion wcro granted to tho underlined on Iho citato of Talbot Ilrairir, Sr , dccoaiod, by tho Clerk of tho l'robatc Court of Lincoln county, on trio .Jin nay ol January, h All pernom haling claims ngalnrtruid catnto art) required to exhibit them to tbe adminirtrator for allowance within ono year froji the date of lau Icttcri, or tney may bo precluded from nny oeneui ol iaiu eiiato, ami it not extniiltcl within tvroycara from the date of eaidletten they will bo forever barred, Iib22n8 K. H. WO0LF0LK, Adm'r. AiliniiiiNtrator'N Notice. ' OTICE Is hereby given that letters of ad 1 ministration were crantod to the undcrsiirned bv the Clerk of tho I'robato Court ol Lincoln county, Mo., on tho estate of Lucy J. Mcintosh, eleieaied.on tho 1 2th day ol February, 1872. Allie-rons having claims ngaih9t said estate aro rcijuirt-d to exhibit them for allowance to the adininistruter within ono year from tho date ol laid letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit of laid citato, and If not exhibited within two years from Iho dato of said lottors, they will bo lorovcr tiarrcU. feb22n8 E, fl. SITTON, Adm'r. A l iii i ii i n t m t o i'n Notice. TVTOTICK is hereby given that letters of admiatratian worn granted to tho under ilgn.id on tbo cstato of Henry Cocko, deceased, by tho Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln county,! Mo , on tho 12th day of February, 1872, All persons having claims aira nst said cstato are required to exhibit them to tho admidiitrdtor for allowance within ono year from tbo dato of sani letters, or tnoy may lo nrecluucel from anv benefit of said cstato, and if not exhibited within two years from tho dato of said letters thev will oo lorover Darreu, fob22n8 E. 0. SITTON, Adm'r, Admlnls;ralor's Sale. TJY VIRTUE of an order ol tho Probalo Court 1J of Lincoln county, mo., I will on tbo 10th day of April, IK72, at tho court homo door in Troy, uo sell all of tho unavailable claims of the cstato or tarty Wells dee'd, Iiicli7nl0 JOS. II. ALLEN, Adm'r. Administrator': Sale. MY VntTl'i: of an order tf tho I'robato Court I 1 of Lincoln county, Mo., the undersigned administrator of tho estate of Malbiaa Trail deccaicd, will on Friday, tho 12th day of April U-72, und during tho sitting of tho Probato Court, it'll at iho court houso door In the town ol Troy, fur cash, nil tho unavalablo claims of t lie estuto or ruid Mathlas Trail, dee'd. inchUiill E, O. SITTON, Adm'r, Administrator's Kale ol Heal fttaie. V OTICE is boroby given that tho undersigned, admluistratorof tho cstato of Elita II. Steele. decerned, will, In pursuaoco of a icnewcd order ol sule made by tho Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mlnouri, at the January tenn, 1872, sell uu I'riuny, April Vi. WTl. at Ihe rourt houie door in tho town of Trov Mlsiouii, during Iho scssiin of Iho Probate t,ourt or saia county, and between tho hours ol ten o clock, a. m. nnd 4 o'clock, p. tu. of that day, tho following described real estate, situuto in iiincoiu county, Missouri, tu.wlti Lots Nos. two and twenty-three, in the town of Falmouth. in said county, or ro much thereof as will pay Ihe debts of suid deceased, and unon the follow. lug terms i A credit of three months, purohaier tu giro bond, with approved recurlty, bearing Interest at tuo late i,t ten per cent, from day of " uunr.iu hi r.tsLi;, Adm'r tucblliilt E.t.ol Klua li. Steele, ciec'tl, Trnslppfs Sale of Kf..l ..'slate, W II ERISA.", Mil Martlnlk, by bis deeJ of Truit, due l the 10th day of Mar, I87, ami recorded In Hook X at psge 3J1 of tie record! of deedi of Lincoln county, state of Miiiourl, conveyed lo the jn-lerilgne I Trustee the follow in; described Ian I, Mtuitei In ni l coanir, to wlti Thit (.art of lorrev KM lin? d belnf north ofCuirre In Tp. 49, It. 2 W containing 1 40 acres, more or lest, fur the purine of iccur log the pigment of a note In Mil deed described, and whereat ni l note Ii due in I onnil I, and t the Tiuilee am directed hr the holler ot laid ncte to tell laid land, now therefore I will on Wednesday. April 10. 1872 between the boon of one and i o'clock In the afternoon of that da, at the rocrt boo'edjor In tho town of Tre-y, In Lincoln cointy, .Minourt, proceed to tell or caih In hand, at publleauctlon, to tbe higheit bldJe1, all the land conveyed by laid deed of truit, to satiify tall debt an J eoits of (aid truit. mch7nl0 K.T. WILLIAM?. Truile. II; Rt II i RADWAY'S READY RELIEF ruiiE.H Tin: wohst pai.sm Id froa One lo Twenty Jlinules. NOT ONE HOUR after rcadiog this advertisement need any one feCITER PAIN. KADWAVS IlKADY KKLIKF IS A CUHK FOR KVEItV PAIN. It was tbe first ami li the Only 3?niii Remedy that initsntij ilops the most excruciating paint, liar,. Inflammation, and cure Congeitlons, whether of the Lung,S'oraacb, Howell, or other glandi or rgrns, tne "plllratlon irr rnoM one Tn twentv mi.sutks, no matter how violent or excruciating tbe pain the Rheumatic, Ecd-rildcn Infirm, crip. led, Nervou, Neuralgic, or proitrated with diieaic max ruffer. The application of Ibe Heady Itcliet to the part or parti There the pain or difficulty cliiti ill afford eate and comfort Twenty drop" in half a tumbler of witcr will in a few moments cure C.'.l .tf'.V. SPASMS, SUUH STOMACH, SICK I1KA IIACIIC. 1)1 Mtp.inr.A, itYsr.STr.ny, coi.ic, wi.vo .v Tin: uowi:LSnnj m isteusai. m.v.v. Traveler! should a'ways carry a bottle of Mid way's Iteailj ItclliT with them, A fxw drops tn water will prevent sickneis or palm from change of water. It is better than French lirandy or Iiltlcri a a itimulant. FFVFIl AD ACiUF. FEVER A Nil AdlE cured for filty cents. There is not a reme 1UI agent in this world that cures Fever and Ague and olhcr Malarious, Un ions, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow nnd other Fevers (aided by Itailuav's fills) so quick as It ail -way's Itcatty Itelief. Fifty cents per bottle. Health ! Beauty ! ! STRONG AND I'L'UK HIGH BLOOD ivimiMue iv LM ecu evn l.NUKhAhh Oh 1-J.i KM 1 AM) WKIGHT (. MiAlt SKIN AND IJKAUTIFUJi COMTLKXION HE- UUUHD TO ALL. DR. RADWAY'S HAS MADE THE MOST AhTONISIlINtl CURES; 80 QUICK, 1-0 RAPID AltE THE CHANGES THE 4IODY UNIIEKMOKS, UNDER THE IN FLUENCE OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL I MEDICINE, THAT I Fiery Day mi Increase in FIcmIi anil Weight in Keen and Felt. The Great Blood Purifier. AWy 'ioi, ef the SARSAPARILLIAN RE SOLVENT communicates through the Ulood, Sweat, und other fluids nnd juices of the sys tem lU ti'jor f li,, for it repairs tho naitcs of tho body with new nnd sound material. Scmu'n, LonHtittiiitiim, hl.ti iltilnr n,io,, Ulftrn lit Hit fhnut, Mouth, Jumurn, Ao'les tn Ihe (jlnmli eiitd ofA'r ;'irt uf On i'Iiiii, Sore Aye., .SVrumoroiM thurlittriji- Jrmn Ifir .oi., iif f,e iror.f Jocnn uf Skin illume, AVii.Iioh.. fiver .Sore. SinU limit liimj H'orm, SiiU lilnim, EriilH tat. Aenr, Illuck Smtt, Wiirtnt. S'ciati. unit tilt tcmtit uf the life jtriiirijitc, are tcilhin the eurutlee rnmje of Otit irnmler ot Jimli n I In mrv. ami n fnc it tu iciH ,rtr. to rn,,, , it for ,i,,er ..' ...i; ' . ."J" . '. J ' ' ' Not only does Iho Srsipbii.iia Rr.iot.TF.ST excels all known remedial agents in the cure of Chronic, Scrofulous, I institutional, and Skin diseases; but it is the only positive cure for L-I.l.. .,, 111, .l.t n jyiuuoj uu i.iuuuci uuiupiaiuis. DR. 5 AI WAY'S PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS perfectly tasteless, eleginily coated with sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanso, nnd strengthen. RndwnyV Pills, for the euro of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver, Dowels, Kid neys, Illndder, Nerwius Diseases, Headache, tonsiipanon, uostivcness, Indigestion, Uyspep sin, jtiiioiienc-A, jtinoiH Fever, Inflammation of 11 derangements of the tho Ilowols, Piles, nnd nil Intcrnnl Viscera Warranted euro. 1'urcly cgclable, containing no mcrcurv, minerals ordeletcriouii drugs A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free tho system Iroin all tho aboye named disorders. I'rice 25 cents per box. Ror.n nr Dkccgists'. READ "FALSE AND TRUE." Srnd one letter stamp to RADWAV A Co., No. 87 Maiden Lane, New York, Information worth thousands will be sent you. nugl2vCn32 J. II. ALLEN. WM. T. BAKE ALI,i;, & BAKER, Altorueys-at-Law, Agcnls State Ids. Company and Itral Ksiate Agents, THOV, iTIIMKOUKI. YlEhavea number of good forms for tale, V F 1 among which aro tbe following: 111 Acres. Farm ot Win. Crouch, 1 milo from Troy Well improveu. HO Acre. Farm of T. II. Elliott, on the road between Wright City and Tiuxton. Improvements good. SO AcrcN. Farm of Elljuh Owings, known as tho San defer place, 6 miles west of Troy, near Mexico road, 40 Acres. llelouglnglng to tho estate of Jos. Dclcel, near Chantilla. Office In (ho otd P. . nulldliig of tV. A. Jacluou. HENRY GUTHRIE, WHITEWASHES AND WHITENS CEIL- w I1UI TO13 tllfllMlO HAnilO mt .......... ..tin. i ni jivjutur. tu tinmen, IIUILUS FLUES and CHIMNEYS, REPAIRS JAMS and U CKS, , WALLS nnd CEMENTS WELLS. unu uvumo i t-.tui.a plunk or a mtri rtu linttnii'i . paling. Reference Dr. W 'ics5, Troy, Mt.. 8 tllt'TT and Mr. Wu. A. tCnl2Ip J. M. McLELLAN. CAKE & McLELLAN, Real Estate Agents, Troy, Lfacola Couiiiy, M 9., lluy and Sell Land, Pa) 'taxes tor on resldents. Che Abstracts of Titles, Write Deeds, Mortgages, Plata at Lands, Ac. They Offer for .Sale Ihf FellowlBf Lands ( No. I Improve I farm, 1S9 acres, .1 mile dorthweet of Auburn, ! miles of railroad and? miles of rock road, -35 acres in cultivation, 1 acres splendid timber, hewed-log houie 1)4 ito riei, stable and corn crib. Trice $2500, one third caih, balance on time. Xo. U Coal land A mile routhweit of Troy, 40 acres in tbe middle of the coal fields and Ithin 100 vards of the ihaft t the Link mine. I'rice 2000, half cash, balanco on time. TVs, 3202 acres unimproved timber land ! 5 mlles'iouth of Millwood add adjoining West I prairie. Price i&OO, third caih, balance on long ' time. Xo. I Improved farm of 400 acres in Pallne county. 714 miles eait of Drownivllle an t lloui- tonla.onthe St. Louis and Lexington railroad ; zoo acre renceu, 120 in cultivation, oj acres in gran, 120 acre) good timber, hewed-log bouio I with 5 rooms, cistern and good well; 3 iprings on ine larm, log liaoiei, in ocarina; iruu mv. I'rice $20 per acre J3000 caih, balanco to mlt purchaier. uood neighborhood and iplcnilid land. Xo. .1 Horn's and lot in Troy, frame homo 30 by 40 and ono Hory high, 4 roomi, cloct, , smoke houie, ciitern, ihrubbcry, ic lot 100 by ICO feel, 21.0 yardi trim town rpring. I'rice an l i terma $1000 raih, No. 0 Farm 0f ijij ncrci, i mlteB of Mof cow Mill, 2ft acri In culiivatlon, 99 arrci good timber, IS bearing peach trees I'rico $20 per acre, two-thirdi ca'li, balance on time. o. 7 54 acrei timber land, underlaid with coal, 2Ji miles of Moscow. I'rico 2J per acre, to-thirdi caih, balance on time. No. H Improved farm of 93J4 acre, one mile from tho court hou-c in Troy, 25 ncres In CJltivation, 23 acres in pasture and meadow, ICO five year old apple trcei, 25 peach trees, 45 ncrci splendid timber, 2 Holy frame 18 by 21 and an L 1 itory 18 by 21, all In goo 1 repair, unoko houie, chicken houic, "table and crib, A Xo, 1 tobacco tarn of fi tiers, good will. I'rice an I terms $35 caih per acre. Jiitt the placo for a tirnon who desires to carry on a imall farm, and 1 alio get the benefit of good schools In Troy for I his children. ! Xo. ! Improved farm of EO acres V,i miles oa-t of Trov, 25 acres In cultivation, 55 acre! 1 20ol timber, loghouse IB b 18, 1 glories, smoko houie, corn crib and "tablei, 1 2 i young fruit tiecs in bearing. I'rire $35 per acre, two thirds , cash balance on time. Xo. 10 luprovcd farm of acres 2 mliis loulh of Troy, 35 acre in cultiintinn, 15 acres I in grais and 30 ncrc" timber, houu Irt by 18, 1 M stories, kitchen 14 by 1C, smoke houc, cellar, stabls iheded on two si lei, granary, crib and ben tioure. All these luiiamg' arc new nni sub itar.tial. Well and pond of itock watei. 25 ap pie, 25 peach and 6 pear trees of excellent Irul:. rice ju uoh. per acre, two tlnrJi casn balance No j, ,mmnl frtr f . ,., , ,,., -p-" ImproveJ rarm of 200 acres, j miles r.orlhwe-t of Troy, 70 acres in cultivation, 130 timber, 2 story bouse IS by 20 with L kit- ?,"', ' '.V." "n.! "?rf' """k0 "0"'c nr,lwf ti r It j tobacco barn, plendid orchard of 730 trees in vvif, , I.IUK-, vuiii eiiii, nuvi i-i er i oeanng, coniuting ot apples, peaches, pear-, 1 plumi, npricots, nectarines, cherries. New and .commodious school houso near. Price 20 dnls per ncre, half cash, balanco on time without in terest. Xo 13 Improved farm of 80 acres 2J mllei , west of Chain of Rocks, in a Herman neighbor hood, 40 acres in cultivation, 40 acres fine timber, houic, sn.okc home, good well, stable, tobacco barn, apple and pouch orchard, new school houc cloie at hand. I'rico 420 per ucre, half cash, I oaiance on time. Xo. 13 Improved farm of 200 acres 4 miles east of Trov and 2 miles of Moscow mills, I (JO acres fenced, 80 ocres in cultivation, 20 acres in grass, 100 acres timber, 2-story house, 20x3(1, cellar unucr it, smoKo home, splcnUW well, sta. blcs, large crib, 2 tobacco burns, 150 nr.plo trees pears, peaches, cherric, grapes. Land produced jo ousiicis corn per acre tins yeni. .New school house completed and paid for convenient. I'rico $Is per acre, half ensh, balance on time. an. a i no acres, improved lorm, 51 ncres fenced nnd in cultivation, snlcndid timber, in i eluding a good sugar camp, 30 bearing fruit trees, two-story log house, lathed and plastered, smoke house nnd outbuildings, 3 splendid mrinzs on tho farm, 1 bis Inrui is fit o miles from Troy nnd hnlf that diitanco from St L K Railroad, Price $1,410 caih. Xn. 15 1150 ncres of iplcnJiil land located near the north lino of this county. The rock road from Auburn and the St L A- K Kr both run through this tract. About one hnlf of this land Is lenecd and has six dwelling hnucs located at 1 " " "' J tobacco burns nio large and wel bu it. nnd at convenient points on the fai in. Tho cntiro tract is offered at tho very low figure of $20 per acre. Cr wu will sell tracts of 80 acres, 120 acres, ICO acres, 200 ncres; at a small adranco on the above price. I according to the .Improvements and location of I the particular tn.ct desired by the purchaser o. ItJ Improved farm of 80 acrei fenced nnu 40 acres in cultivation, ariro honio. Hi stories high and a kitchen 12x 16: springnlibin short diitance, 4 good springs on place : 100 riuit trcei or apples, peaches, chcrrio, plums, penrs ! within one milo of a grist and law mill, i'A miles louth of Troj. Price $15 perncie. Xo. 171 It acres, small houto nnd about 15 ncres clcarel and under fence, 12'J ncres of timber, a miles north of Trov. Price $500. Xo. lb Four well improved, splendid farms, lying In one body of 525 ncres : will bo sold dulling houso with 7 room , 2 , h s, P rt of the house new. beautiful It. Jut, ul'JTJi separately or together. 1 30 acres has largo i,. n n. v. ' 1 bum .lnx44; I, , .tnliln , mrnnnw -IU l.n.n". 9A..I t . -.1.1 ...1.1- . ' .. plenty ot stuck water; 500 young thrifty apple trees of selected fruit, 100 choice Iruit trees in bearing, and never fall any year. All well fenced in fields of convenient stie, pastures and meadows well set in grass and clover, 30 acres of - -. - ' ' b,..u,.,,, vi, .iiu , , lino limber. Ihls Is, ana bus been lor years, tho model farm of the township. Price $115 per acre. ISO acres has dwelling houio yt stories I high. iilH x20 with L kitchen, corn crib and stable, all new ; 40 acrei fenced and in cultiva tion, 120 timber. Prico $20 per aero. 120 has dwelling lflx. 3 with L porch on south side of houie, smoke house, ciitern well, stables and cribs; land all well fenced, 00 acres in cultiva tion and meadow. Price 25 doll, per aero. 85 Jf acres, 40 acres In cultivation, 15 ncros meadow. no buildings, 30 acres timber. Prico 20 dols. per Mi-ie. i n;o ut tuo cneiro irace. oi oz3 Acrat. $22 50 per aero. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, balance Oil tllUV. No. If) New two-slory dwelling nnd 8 lots In town of Troy. Homo ICx20 with L 111x28. nor. tico in freftit and porch on back, 6 largo rooms, a ,v....v., ,,v. u. .,,,,1 nmur, largo cistern; smoKo inouso una stable. Largo number of fruit trees ' In bearing, apples, peaches, pears, sweet cher ries, moilllo cherries, plums, quinces, Ac. With in two squares of churches an d schools. Price two inouiaoa dollars. In this enlightened age not many purchasers, strangers (.specially, hiro conveyances and ride out me country in search or a farm fur sale, when thero Is a Real LltatH A ..... f.i.tnil We advertise extensively and systematically, and owners deilring to sell, and purchasers wishing to buy, each earnestly hunting for the other and his own interest, securo tho greatest possible safety und despatch on tho ono hand, and the least exponio of time and moaey lor search on the other, by plncing in our Agency the talo or jiuicuu u oi any properly. Wo require parties desiring to sell property to sign a contract dcicrlbini tho in., n.mln.iu I l.nnlk f it... .1 ... . . T t ikim oi iiiuo iuu i roiiarev is en rnmn n rn, ..i. , Pr'c0 nni t"ini, and binding tho owner lo nav our commission If a sale Ii effected. f)Ur C0Uimll.Sl01IB.Tf tin, nrlrn ,lon. ... exceed $8110, our commission for tale will bef20. Regular commlnloni on all sales 2a' per conl. CAv MtI,KI,t,A, c. cake. ?! I ill I. . HA11BAUM, TROY MO., KEEPS OX HAND AXB TA.1 FACTUi;i Wagons and Flows, Atl REPAIRS JflffOilH, BUfffflCSs PLOWS, Sec. ftn j . ,,-,;. , l nn.f A FINE LOT OF a ar o. i plows SOW OX HAND. The Best of seasoned Wood used in all Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed. HE ALSO HAS THE COUNTY RIOIIT FOR jYtalting- nndSclinrr 7 he JEclipsc Churn Best in ihe Mar&ct. uCn!3Iy it. If. KEMPER, KEEPS A FIRST-CLASS FVRRXITVK STORE -A.T TROY. FURNISHED TO ODRER. lietaiic Coffins FURNISHED ON SHOUT NOTICE. WAEiXUT COFFIXS AliWAYS OIV IIA.I. May, 187 v 7nl5yl To Advertisers, All penons who contcm- fdato making contracts with newspapers for the niertion of Advcitiieincnts should iend to (Jeo.p.JJowell &Co, for ii Circulnr, or incloo 25 ccn lor their One Hundred Vage Pamphtct, c. Maining LUts of H.000 ncwjuper3 and estimate?, showing the cntt of aJvorthing also many useful hinta t ailvcrtier, und some account of the experiences of tnen who arc known as Successful Alcr- tici h. Thi? firm arc proprietors of tbo Anurl can Newspaper Advertising Agency, 41ParkRow,NY and nro postcsied of unequaled facil ties for ic curing the insertion of advertimems in all News papers and periodicals at lowest rates. nib 1IIM1J.1 II .U UCiL J J .f J J Wie.ie.n Pfvi.l.-nr. R H. llcrtosut co lmrfl.tini lifn. AJl,.soFrnl.e ClL, to 1 11 sn-t 3 Gosimere. st.S.Y. MILI.IOSH Hear Testimony to their Wontlf iful Curative Efftcli. They arc not a vile Fancy Drink, madoot roor Rain, WliUker. Proof Spirits and Itcluso 1,1 . qa ora doctorcil, iplced anil Rweetcnctl to please the taste. callcil "Tonics," "Appetizers." "HeiWreri," 4tc, that lead the tippler on todrunltcnnew a-idmln, tint are ntmo Medlctncmade frotnthoNfttlvo Kuotsend Herbs of Cali fornia, frco lYotu ull Alcoholic Stliuulnnla. Thev are tho ; It K AT 111,(1(11) I'll It I t'l Ull ami A LIFE UIVINti l'ltl.N'C'It'I. n perfctt Keno. vator ntia Jttvloritor or ttio System, carrying oil alt uolsonous matter and rcstorliu tho blood to a healthy- eon dltton. No ;rson can talte tl.cKo rtlttcrs nTor.ltng to directions end remnln long uuwttt,pro ded their bones aro not destroyed by mineral polton or other means, nnd tho ltal organs wa-ted l-yottd thft ivilnt e,f repair, Thrr aro n Uoutlo I'nrirntlve a t ll tea a Tonic, po.M-iKlng, nlto, the )cullnr merit ot acting as a iowyrf ul airent In relieving Congestion or louammatlen of Uie Liver, and all the Visceral Orcntis "Won FEMALE CO.MrtiAINTM, Inyoung or oio, married ur single, nt tho tlnun of womanhood or at tho turn of life, tlicso Toulo Hitters hav.o no euual. For Inftnmmntory nutl Clironln Khcairla tlain antl Clout, iivtipc-t-.lii or lutllirf-atlou, Itll louis, Kemltteut nutl Iiitc-rniltirnt Fevers DlienHS of the lllocd, I.lvei-, Kltlticra aad llladdrr, thewo lllttera liutu leimoi,t sttcceuful. buck Dlicaaeaare catel Vitiated lllood, winch Is generally producw derangement of tho 1I Vl-atlTO Orgnnl. v .)Vt'EI'HIA OK l.-MlltiESTION, Headache, Palo ta tbe 8houlders.Couahx, Xishtncns of the Chest, Uizxlne-ss, Sour Eructatiout of tho Stomach, Pad Taste In the Mouth, Bilious Attacks. 1'alpltatlou of the Heart, Iriuunnutlouof theLuoes, Pain lathersclons of tho Kldnevs. and a hundred (-'her painful irmptoms, are the oCsprlairs or tlfipapela. Thsy inrtcorato theEtoiach and stimulate tho torpid 14vsr ana fiowcU. which render thsm of um-aaallod erll ucy In cleanilntr the Uood or all Impurities, and tmpii-S-lur new Life aod visor to tbe whole sritetn. FOB tSKIN UIHEAr-ES, Eruptions. Tetter, Salt Ilheum, Ltlotebes, Spots, Pioiplcs, Pustules, Bolls, Cas huncUs, KlncWorma. Scald Head, Son JEres , Errsipelaa, Itch.8curfs, Decolorations of the Skin, Humors and Dis eases of tbe ekln. of wbatrvtr name or nature, are Uti'rallf duf ."pandcarrlt-loutofthe system In a short time h tlu'-ol these Ulttsrs. Ono bottle In such eases will convk.ee the most I ncrodulous ofthclr curative eOV-cts. Cleausa tho Vitiated Uloot whenever you And Hi Ira purltl.s turitln- throuth tbe skin In Pimples, Erup tlons or Sores; cleatw It when you Cod It olmtructedsaj sluxtlih In the volns ; cleaoie It when It Is foul, and your feellnji will ttUyouwheu. Keep tho Uood pure, and the health of tho intern will follow. s'lu.Tnpr. nnu other Worm, lurklni In the syitemotsoiuanythousauds, are effectually di-ttrnred and removed, Saia a dUtlueulihcd physiologist, tliCro li scarcely an (odlildual upon tho face o the earth whose body Is exempt from the presence of worms. It "i" neaituy elements or the body that worms eiist. but upon the; dlscosM humors and sllmr StKm'ir'MlH'ri4 ,beM "'Imt monsters of dl. nlr. U Vm '" o' Mfd'clne, no vennlfuees, no anthtlmlntlci, will free tho system from womts likn ,.. in,,. ), WAbKEIt, Proprietor. R. H. McDON'ALD CO., tlrunlati and (Itn. Ajents, Ean Francisco, California, anl 3 and 31 Coumenre -Street. New York. n,C.w!'.1..,UV ALb ORUUOIST3 A.NU DKAL Ry PARKER A WO0LFOLK Draggi.ts, x,oy. .TIaiii Street Lot nntl Dwelt iiiff lloiiwc for Snlc. TIIK tindcnlgncd will sell on eniy terms a ontf and a half itorr frame dwelling and I lot near Ihe builneu part of the town and 2 vacant lots (oath or Cuko k Rogers' Tanard. 111 be lojd icparatelr or together. I Ixcill aha tell u Int on Main $trut, 50 'fat front by 100 lack: I nottf MARTIN SEDLACEK Troy. th-; rr..' tTit -mm '.i"A t- TiS.'5?V: ,lf 1 ARE endorsed and preieribed by more Icadias; I'hyiiclans than any other Tonic or stimu lant in uie. They are A SUHE PIIEVENTIVE For Fever and Ague, Intermittent!, Illlllouine-r and all diiordera Billing from rcaUiloua cauie'. Tney arc highly rccommend-d as an ANTI-DVS- i-r.r x iu, ana in e-tes of i-uinxiTio- are inval uable. As an APPETIZER and RECUPERANT and In cnc of cr.vtr.iL crsniTY they have nev er, In a single instance, failed in pro, luring tho moit happy results. Thev are particularly IIENEFICIAL TU l't:.MAl,i;s, strengthening the body, invigorating the mind, and giving tone and ciaitieity to tho whole sys tem. Jtie liult. IIIiiUKS aro compoundcl ith greatest care, nnd no tonic stimulant has ever before been offered to the public to rLF.ASANr to tii x taiti: ana at toe lame tunc combining to many remedial agents endorsed by tbe medical fraternity us the bet known to thtPburmacopecia. It costs but little to give them a fair trial, and Ktcrj I'amlly Mioulu Have a llottle. No tireiiaration in tho world enn tiro luce se many unqunlitied endoncments by physicians of the very Highest standing In their prolesion. Eutoriril no lv tlte Vler'iv ami the hatiinn ecoom- national jiapert. U. S. Mni.NK HcsriTAt., St. Louis, Oct. S, 1S70. Jas. A. Jackso.n A Co. I have examined tho formula for making the Home Stomach Hitters and uied them in this hospital the last four months i consider them tho most valuable n nlcnnd stim ulant now in inc. S. II. MEI.CIIER, Res t"t Physician In charge U. S Marino Horpt'l Jai. A. .Iacwos , Co. Oentletntn: As you have communicated to the medic.ll prore"lon tho reclpo of the Home Hitters, it canuot thereforo be coniidercd as a patent mcdicnc,no p.itent hav ing been token for it. Wo have examined the form ula (or making the Home Bitters, and unheiltat ingly sny the combination's one of rure excellence, all articles used in its composition are the licit of the clan to which they belontf, being highly Ton ic, itimulant, stomachic, cnrininnlivc and slightly laxative. The mode of preparing them is I'rictly in accordance with tho rules of pharmacy. Iln Ing used tl eui, seen its effects in our private practice, we Inke plea-urc in recommending them to all per sons ilciirnus or Inking bitters ne being the best Tonic ond Stimulant now offered to public. FRANK" O. PORTER, Prof. Ob'tctrics and diicnies of women. Culloeo ol Physicians .mil lute member Hoard of Health. L. C HOISLINERE, Prof, of Obetotrics nnd diseases of woman. St, Louis Med, Col. URAKi: Mcdowell, m. i. Late Piei't Misiourl Medical i ollcge. 11. A. CLARK. M. I Prof. Surgery Mo. Med. Collego and lale Rcild't Physician City Hospital, St. Louis. HERBERT PHIMM, Prof. I'ractic.il I'h rnncv. St, Louis College of I'hirmacy. J. f , WIIITEIIILL, Ed. Medical Archives. Ai.k'd Hcic'ui K, u t. llr. O. V. 1 . Lt nwiu C. IlKnDKie, v.D. S. tint'i Mot.s, v.u. C. A. Wakk, u I) W. A. Wilcox, h.b, E.C. FRANKLIN, Professor Surgery llotneepathle Medical college. J.J. VtTINK, M.P. T ll COMPTOCK. 11, p. Prof midwifery nnd dio.nes e,f women, Colle-go uf Hiitninpatoic Physicians and Surgeons. JNO. CUNZLEMAN, Lecturer on 1)1 leases of Clil Id ren, llomnenatliic college of Mo. CHARLES VASTINE, M. 1). Prof of Physiology .lloinocitathlc Med. Col. of Mi, JOHN HARTMAN, M. II , Prof clinical urdlclue, col. nomoeputhic rhys, and surgeons. They aro supeiinr to all other Stomac'i lliltcrs Enmi Sandkrs, analytical cheirist. No bitters in the world can excel them. Simijx lltn.-cii, analytical thcmiit. Eminent I'hyi-lclatis uf ( lilcago. The formula for Ihe Homo Hitters has been sub mitted to us, and wo believe them to bo the best tonic and stimulant for gcncr.il use now offered' to the public, H. Woodbury t u a -wanner, nnuiyri enem, ll H Halm J V 7. Ulnney, Prof cbctnst'y II McVicir Ruih Medical College N S Rarno, m n I T S Hnyno J A llahn, " T T Ellis, J 11 Walker " I! Ludlcm ' Jns A Collins " Eminent Physicians in Ciiiclnatl. Nearly nil of whom arc Professors in ouo ur tho other or the medical colleges. No other Hitters have ever been offered to the pub lic embrucuig lo many valuable iimcdinl agents. J L Fattier vn La James 11 n S P Ronner mu CT Simpson CSMuscrnft" (IWIliglcr" WT Taliaferro" J II Iluckncr" JJQulnn" WRWoodward" OADohcrty" PFMaley" C tVoodward " O K Taylor " R II Johnson O K Taylor ' I) W M'Carthy S U XonlinsoD R S Wayne, Chemiit. Eminent IMiyslclana In Memphis. Thclloino Hitters nro an invaluable remedy for In digestion a diseases arising from malarial causes. O R Thornton u v, in charge of City hospltnl J M Rogers tin Alex Erskinc u d I M It Hodges H W Purnell M A Edmunds " PaulOtey uo Jos E Lynch " Sanford Boll " Emlment Physicians In Pittsburir. B F Uako m d I Wm Clowes ii n I 1) 11 Willurd P WRCbllds" O Wuth,chm't J II McClelland And llupdreds of Others In all parts of tho North, West and South. J E (Jarncr, M n, Milwaukee Covncii. Bi.VKts; March 27, 1871. Jahks A. Jackson A Co. Having examined the formula of the "Homo Stomach Bitters," I havo proscribed them in my practice for sumo time, and pronounce them the best Tonlo Bitters novo In use. p. H. MoMAHON, M. I). pir For sale b; Dr. S. T. EAST and M. B. DALLINGE11, Troy, and all druggists 4 grocers. James A. Jackson t Co., Proprietors. Laboratory 105 tt-107 N. Second st , St. Louis. july27n30yl JEHU SYLVESTER Wholetah and Retail Dealer tn JG2 FRE1VCH CLOCKS Watch Materials and Took Watches and Jewelry Bejpaired- N. m K6RTH 90fJRTH Ti:t fBetwten Olive nnd Pin Streets) JfVtU X, 1871 W t lf.lt V t 7 mm H VTiTl-Jfai.?MK53l