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"The Little Cli art Xtarr.t the Itrnrll" Old Wnodchippor, LITTLE SI Ms. A merchant of fc'.n I'ranrisco, during the infant (lavs of llie State of California. liavin? escaped disastrous firce, grew rich and prosperous;. He built a Cno wnro lioufo, partly upon p-olid rock, and partly upon pilee, as it was convenient to luvo a portion of his cMnblielitiicnt extend over tlio water of the harbor. (Jno night, a nicsscnper ratue to hitu with the intelligence that tho whole con ccrn had fallen to tho ground, and that bales and boxes of uisrchandUo were thrown icto tho water. What was tho caurc? A worm, a mcro mite when young, but nearly largo as one's Ongcr when grown, and growing most rapidly, and multiplying in almost incrcdiblo numbers, hadjentcred tho piles. Thoy bad completely honey combed the interior, rendering them in capable of sustaing any weight. Is not this like little sins? Docs not one hrget another, and then another, miifi'il vintr in an alarming extent ? A child does not become utterly faithless to his parents all at once, One finall net of disobcdi-tico at first has led many step by step, in the course of crime, even unto the fc'tato's prison. Another begins to deceivo in little things. He does not becomo a notorious liar all at once, but commences by with holding tho truth ; then prevaricate ; then utters small falsehoods ; next larger ones, till bis moral ciiso becomes sadly corrupt, if not entirely destroyed. And thus, like the mite in the timber, these littlo tins eat into the very life of the soul, destroying its souiidnc.s, its health, ond making it a mass of unclean ness, "whose end is to be burned." Be ware, then, of Utile sins. The above accident is aleo capable of il l'J6trating another important truth. The merchant built his house partly upon rock, and partly upon piles, and stored bis precious merchandise upon this seem ingly secure foundation. But behold the diastrous result! So some souls build their hopes of future happiness, partly upon Christ, and partly upon thei own supposed good works; but, as these can not possibly be pure and perfect, they fail in the day of trial, and cause a loss irreparable and never-ending to those who have so foolishly trusted therein. "Other foundation cau no man lay than ibat is laid, which is Jesus Christ. "But let every man take heed how he buildeth thereupon " .M. p. JJ, WllEX tue1)aik'comes. A little girl sat, at twili-bt, in her Mck mother's room, bu.-ily thinking. Ml day she had been full of fun and noise, and had many times worried her poor tired mother. ".Ma," said the littlo girl, "what do you suppose makes mo get over my mis chief, and begin to act good, just about this! tiioo every night?" "1 do' not kuow, dear. Can tell ?" iiftf it you not eu, t cuess it'a because this is tch'n the dark comet. You know I am a little afraid of that. And then, ma, 1 begin to think of all tho naughty things I've dono to grieve you, and that per haps you might die before morning ; and o I begin to act good." "Oh !" thought I, "how many of us wait till 'the dark comet,' in the form of sickness or sorrow, or trouble of some kind, before we 'begin to act good I" How much better to be good while we aro enjoying lifu'i bright sunshine I and then, 'when the dark comes,' as it will, in a measure, to al!,-we .hill bo ready to meet it without fear." Wellapring. C. C. EANSDELI SIANUFACTUKEU OP -BOOTS AND SHOES, TROY, MO. niEST or wonK GUAIUXTEED! The Best Workmen ONLY EMPLOYED. lam prtiiiiicil to I i in M, S-atlit N and (fU'iiileiiit ii willi Ihc FinrNi Morocro Shoes and I n tit li .,u n00N( al, ninUe lo Order and in iie"i si y ic Ilea v Work, Niiiiahlc lor all kmdN ol weather, and roiil5lii. !.,.., Vvork sntinlaclion siiaranleed. CiiotoiiierM may relv mioii my ood being what thev a re rrprr r n f eil -llo'-inad'c nnd lii'Dl quality. l-'all and ncc our work, C. C, KVVMUXL. Troy, Mo., March 7, 1872. valuable FARMs:For Good Bargains "war. iitvvsiisrc., Atlomry ai Law & Heal llstaic lgeui, THOY. MISSOURI. '0 AciTS No. I Two nnil lialf utiles weft tit Trnv on Truilon mill Dnnvlilo mad. Large trick dwelling homo I oy os leet iron!, d ronn with hull on first lory stul cros s halls on second t tory, lire pluro In each mum, ceilings 12, 10 ami b feet, cellar 18 by 2U lict wllh stnnu uullf. Living well of pure water nml plenty nl stuck wnler un fur in, TO acres In cultivation, fine orchard of select fruit of all kind I all I bo I ami umler fence. On road lending tu coil fiildi. A4 luw figures and terms to euit .urchaier. 80 Arrrs 'n. 2 One mik north ut Troy on Louisville road. Nice one. ilory collage dwelling with 4 rooini I rallo from St. I., Sc K. railroad. 40 ncies In cul tivation ; young orchard of (elect fruit, bigln nlng to bear. Low figures and terms to full j.ur chuscr. 201 Acres o. Threo and a half miles fouth of Troy. A splendid farm, over 100 acres in cultiwillon, n gnod dwelling with 7 or H rooms, '.' new barn, good outbuildings, plenty e f using and stock wntcr, on o tiuMic road, n fine orchard of fidect fruit nnd ftnall fruit,, a fine garden puled in. Dwelling stands on a nlco elevation with nlco yard. Entiio farm under fence and every aero susceptible of cultivation. Splendid tract of land, a very dcsirnblo home, and is offered at very low figures. 320 Acres No. 1 FourU-il - I -Tr AJJ --l- r acre, in cultivation, pralrio land, frniue duelling with li roonif, good orchard of select fiuit, is a fine stock bum, good burns, plcutv lino timber to kcp place up, plenty using snd flock miter. In u good neighborhood ncctssablc in all directions, tlood stand fur public house and finding quarters. Will sell part or all to suit purchaser, l'ricu vory luw. 10 Acres No. 5 Three miles north of Troy, 20 ncrcs In cul tivation, n comfortable house, excellent land, and will :i ukc a good littlo homo. Very cheap. 100 Acres No. o Four iuile south of Troy, 70 acres in culti vation, log dwelling with :i morns, meat house and barn, good well of living water and : small orchard of fruit tree-. Half mile of district school house, h.ilf mile west ot Sand Hun church, same distance I rum l'ust Oa!i and in a good neighborhood. Very cheap and desirable. 120 Acres Xn, 7 On the llluir adjoining tho farm formerly owned by T HCornick, E-q., BO neais in cultiva tion, balance in timber, tlood framo dwelling with thre rooms good cistern and a well of never falling water. Five milcii west of Cup-au (iris, in a good neighborhood. 7UU bearing fruit trees ot select Iruit Very fine chance to luako money by purchasing this place, 200 Acres (). 8 Four miles north of Troy, 70 acres in a f od state of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling lou'o Is by 20 with L 10 by 2n", 4 rooms in all, orchard of select fruit of nil kinds, 1 mile west of 5t L. A- K. railroad, very fine spring of never failing water near tho houe, convenient to school and churches, in good neighborhood, and at very low figures. 1 Lois In Troy. Xn. 10 Nice piece of properly in Troy a block nf i lots, with comfortable dwelling, good garden, ard, Ac., on one of the finest streets in town. Cheap for cash. 101 Acres Xo. 11 'Z miles cast of Chantilla, log dwelling with 2 toots, meat houo andeicellcnt cistern, pien'y of ttock water, ill acres in cultivation, at low figuies an t oz easy terms. 2 Lois in Troy. Xo. !2 A gool piece of rronertr. in the town of Troy 2 lots, dwelling hou-e and meat house, enclo'J'l with goo.l feuce, on a line street, and commands a splendid view of the town. Cheap for cash. 1100 Acres 0. 31 Uf lat.l sitmte.l in Lincoln and Piko c'un "on the waters of Bryiot'i creek, in ,-irrey 1737, within Z miles .,t i boat Usding n the ' Mis'is.inpi river, ial is liiTn!! ir-, luts of! about 2u irrt h. Alt tb.ili 'i-eryal-liable. poso-or i soil unsarr, i , -. r produc-! tiene.s, with jn Abundiaiw" :' wi-er for nil ) ru,r..-rr. i-uiiiriy biipceii - fruit growin iiiiiiriocu r.n-i.Tr, wna eitentise impn.veraents on each and eetj lot, m i tl uicuitirated por lion covered ith the finest t mher in northeast .Mii-souri. All in at excellent neiihbvrhood. e-:iv access lo ehurche. and sct.j.j i. ml from which teams can mike three trs t; the r-.ver in a day. For -ale in lots to suit r an-ha-ers anil on term, most libural indeed. Per., n, dt.irinir ,, and poster!,, could no, Than b., o.e or ali of ,Cee spieni.d lot, of land. 2.i !- irrs.c v.. it '.i llie wissis.ippi llluff, 7 miles we.t of Cap Oi-is nnd 7 mile. nuilipa.t i.t V- 11.... ac (,.! nnd 7 mile, southeast of New Hoi,., on toe i. itr roitd. ei, nnmu in n.. ii.Mt i -, al.rcein line i mti-r Fr.mc dwelling with 5 'r oia, tol- erably t-e.oj out buildings, 4 (,r i neverfjjling fpringi on the place, good cistern neur door of ilwe ling. j.,ui.g ; orchard ,,r select fruit, near to ItaptUt and Christian churches and school hou-e, .t til II I'd ft..!,. 1' . l.i . I .... Ml 1 . . i " -- """on f Mini aim siore, in a very lino neighborhood, splendid wheat, corn an.1 Mock (arm, the very place to make you a good homo ii ud to get your money back on. 1'ilce very low and terms lo milt purchaser". Be in a hurry else you will bo loft out in tho cold. Lot In Troy, Xo. 15 Lot No. 75 In Troy, a good rroperty of 4 lots, dwellini; with 4 riijim. nl.i. vr.t I,,.... .i cow lot, u young orchard or select fruit, good girden, in a desirable part of town, e,n a lino street nnd commands a firm view of i), in i At low figures and terms to suit tho purchaser. 1 iluy before the St L i K It It . completed, and I thereby securo yourself a handiomo rofit. I iroj iiToperiy. Xo. 1 llere I, tbe place to get your money back." .... .oin, e-nerry and Union slree s. three store rooms, ouo fronting on .Mam and Cherry streets, tho otner two fronting on Main street, all one-fory framo buildings i and on tho same lot ami immediately back of the storeroom on the corner of Main and Cherry is a one-story Iramu dwelling with 4 rooms. This properly occupies the very best location In Ibo .......... ,ur uny man ol mercantile busi ness, and will be sold at very low fiVurcs and oi terms exceedingly generous. If you desiro tho best business stand in Troy you will find It to your Interest to be up nnd doing, elseyou will i"" " voigjaiu nviiu UUVlllg. HO Acres. $0, 17 LOOK HKRK, VE STOCK MUNI 140 acres In a fine state of cultivation, 100 acres in grass, balance ready for any kind of grain, all under good fencing in 3 fields, on the Troy and Auburn rood, a art of the Jonah Morris farm, 7 milts frain Troy and 3 miles south Iroin Auburn, p enty or ttoek water, 2 buildings also the un divided one fifth part or 200 acres of good tim bered land ono mile west or the 140 acre tract, which is alio a part or the Jonah Morris larm. Thcso lamia are within a short dlstaneo of the M L .V K H H. nm VprV vnlmibl. .ml In n condition to yield an hundred fold. Price $1,000, too ehoap to talk about, terms liberal. .Sit" Parties wishing to sell or buy will consult their own interest by calling on us. AdmiiiiKlrator'ti Notice. NOTICE Is hereby given that letters or ad ministration wi.n. muni..! ii. .....t .t i hv the Clerk or tho Probato Court ot Lincoln county, Mo on the estate of Uernard Vomun.l, deceased, with will annexed, on the 28lh dav of .March, 1872. Allierons havlnip rlntm. r.0.in. ..l.i ...... are reiiulre.1 to exhibit them rur allowance to the admlrilstratcr within ono year from tbe date ol f..M ..r they '" bs precla.le.1 rrom any benefit or said dale, and H not exhibited w Ithin two years from tho date or said loiters, they will bo forever barred. ' "Pr4nl4 HELENA VOMU.VD, Ad.u'rx. Subkcrlbe fur tU HsXtiAi.n. n.i a , ear. ' t!0 TO J. WILBORN'S Cash GrOCerV Store, TROY, 31 0., WIIKUK YOU WILL FIND A ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL FAMILY GROCERIES, M'i:i; Aii (;iiss ic i: OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. fc-Vr Tho N'iw Cash lorn will bo found on MAIN STKF.Kf, In the building formerly occu pied bv M. T. llrltlon. mv iiii:(ui i: (Mil AiD SDULL PROFITS, IS IJKTTKIt TITAN ONK"AT AUV. Conic with tho C-.bJi, ami you will uut luvo lo pay tho lofffs on Ind debts, but will get your groceries Cheap. do not wnt to buy, CALL ON" Mil ; It Y1LL NOT COST YOU ANYTHING ! It Is no Truublo to Slion' You CiSnoil Groceries. SATISFACTION OllAll ANTEKI). Taken in Exchange fur Groceries. nov2v0n4:lyl CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE ton Males and Females, TltOY, IISSIJOIII, THE SECONI THUM OF THE SIXTH AN NUAL SESSION of Tioy Christian Insti tute, will commenco on 31 OX HAY. ITKKU.VKY, 12, 1872. BrJJ c0,e on Wednesday, June 20th. T I 'It MS sVOIt TM li.MV WEI2KS. Boarding $7j.00 Collegiato iJcpartmens 20.00 Academic " 1,'i.UO Primary " 7.50 Contingent Fee 1,00 Oenuan, Trench, Music, Drawing nnd Hook keeping, extra. U'o have increased our Faculty by tho odd! tion ef one or more teacher, and feel able, under present arrangements, to giv 0 Students ull the advantage they will have el-ewhcre. We have room in the Hoarding department for a large number of boarders, and il Students aro entrusted to our cxcluMvo care, both in the school and in the nmily, wo will bo responsible for tluir morl culture while with us. lly en trusting children to us, pnrctus may t'eel assured that they will be as carclully guarded ui at their own homes. Wo want Active, Karnest jouug Men unit I.adit, who realize the imtmrtur.i-n ..f , "nJ M,rtclto good advantages. ?- One half of alt bills are duo when tho Student cnlers ; remainder at close of Term. We ltislt on the observance of tills re quirement. Charges date from beginning of Term, cxtept on pecial contract. No deduction save fur pro tracted sickness. Addrcs J. R. GAFF, A. M., Pres id ent i.rar opening! I have lust, mtpiii'l nut n ArA1TF AXI) COMPLETE STOCK of Rnnlx fhfl ... v -'"'"'""tiiuiHiui jutoj, "wtuint-V ofttt'.V, fill 101111110 JUI', TrA'7. ' J. Jr. i ? . IVlthvn,..'1 0 0.l.lln 11.. , . '' "-co otty v, OHtl Will hcCl) OH itUld JJrV 1x00110 J UUUUO Clothing, Groceries, COMPLETE STOCK OF Queensware, &c, The Season icing short 1 have determined to hi:ui t i: FORMER PRICES ON ALL 000US. As I rcalliod coniidciablo loss by the burning of my home, store and tnck, I earnef tly call upon all persons who owe mo to settle, I need the money. TOS. HART. Troy, Mo., Nov. 30, 1871. OF JOB PRINTING EXECUTED If ith JVeatness AT THE HERALD OFFICE. Main Street Lot and Dwell ing IIoiiNe ler Sale. THE undersigned will sell on easy terms a one and a hair story frame dwelling ond 1 lot near tho business part of the town nnd 2 vacant lots south or Cake Sc Rogers' Tanyard. ill be sold separately or together. will aim tell a lot on Main street. SO feet front by 100 lack. itv9tr MAUTIN SEDLACEIC Troy. IWauk Mutes for Sale t thli Office. MALLIACKRODT'S I NUKabKY, ST. CHARLES, jVLO. Nursery situated i mllo South of the City of St. Charles. C. T. MALLINfKRODT, ProprlcDr. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF &uit Trtcs, Grape Vines, Small Shade ami 0riiamenl.il Trees and Slirnlibrry, Ac. 5. Send for descriptive Catalogue, Free on Application. Address C. T. MALLINCKRODT, St. Charles, Mo, feh22n8 R; Rs Rs RADWAY'S READY RELIEF ruiti;s tiii: ivoiist paixs In from Our lo Twenty Minutes. NOT )NK HOUR after reading this advertisement need any one fcUI'FEIt PAIN. KD WAY'S ItKADY RKL1EK IS A CURE TOR EVERY PAIN. It was tho first and Is the Only Remedy that Inslantlt stons the most excruciating pnlns, allays Itillummations, nnd cures Congestions, whether of the Lung., Stomach, lloweis, or other glands or . rgrn, by one p llc.itlon IN FKO.M ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES, no nutter bow violent or l-xerueiiitlug the pain the Rheumatic, lkd-rlddcn Infirm, crippled, Nervou., Neuralgic, or prostrated with discaso may suffer. Iho iipplientlou of the Heady Itcllct to tho part or parts where the pain or difficulty exists will afford ease and comfort. Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water will in a few moments cure CltAMI'A'. SI'.SMS, SOUK STOitACll, SICK 111! DACIIi:, 1I Aiiitiin:A, ivsi:xrui:r. cane, wist) ix tin: no wni.s mt nil ix n:i:XA 1. ;u ixs. Travelers should always carry a bottle of Had vvajS Itiaily Ilclli'f "with them. A fnv drops In wntcr will prevent sickness or pains rrom change of water. It i better than l'lcuch Ilrandy or Ditlcis as n stimulant. i i:vi:k a xn Aa;i:. n:vi:n and Ann: cnrc.i for nny cents. Tbcro is not a remedial agent in this world that cures Fever and Ague and other Jlalarlou., Hi I . ious, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow and other Fevers (aide 1 by liaihenjN I'M-.) so quick as Itiul way's Itcady llc-llvl'. Fif.y cents per bottle. Health ! Beauty!! STRONG AND PURE RICH RLOOD INl'ItHASE OV FLESH AND WEIGHT CLEAR SKIN AND HKAU TH'UL COMPLEXION SE CURED TO ALL. DR. RADWAY'S vm D.llllVIl IlHIIJI.l 1 IIIWMMJ IAS .MADE THE .MOST ASTONISH IX(I cuttrs: SO QUICIC, SO RAPID ARE THE (.'IIANOHS THE 1KIDV U.NDEItllor.S, UNDER THE IN. n.uLNCK or this tul lv wo.ndurpcl .MEDICINE, THAT Uvery May an Sncrr.-ise in I-'lexh and Wt ilii is Seen anil Felt. Tho Great Blood Purifier. Kvry Vro, ef tl.c SARSAPARILLIAN RE- Sftl.VKXT ,.nn,... ,,..!...( .1 1. .1 ... . . . vU....,.M.....J,CS luil.ilu luu 1,10011, Sweat, a n il other fluids and juices ol tho sya . ieiu me vujvr nj i,je, ior it repairs tlio wa-tc of tho body with new nnd sound iuntcri.it. SciujVu, "uHSHiHIifl'nil, f,7. lliir Clem , I, Tlirint. Mmttlt. Timnifu. A,.,.. ... it... ?..... i vilur mrtH Ihc tytttm, Sore .V,, Stmmu ifiiAiin( Jrmi the Aurs, omf the irorsf hii f SI in (i'((i, I'.riiptium, iur Snrn, Stall ll.ml llimi ll'oi-iii. Suit .'.,..., ;v.,-...i... i i., . .Nm(, lleu-M, Siemtt, ami all mir,i of the hfe lirineiple, are icithin the eurutiri ramc of (,, iromr nf Mmtc-n Chtiitbtrg, ami a 'f, ir ,1 uc icill jirave to any ,trmn iniii; it fur cither nf thine forma if Jimme il intent JH'r toemethtm. Not only docs tho Sariupimi i iax Hi poi.vf.st excels nil linoun ri.itir.ilUI . t.. .1 " v "h1"!8 111 i"u cure 01 Clironin. .si.mriit.iii. i,i.i.di1i...i.m.i ... . ... . diseases ; but it Is the mily positive cure for Rlducy anil Blntldcr Coiui;laliils. JDK. ADIVA Y'S 1 PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS perfectly tasteless, clctranilv rn.ni.,1 uiii, gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, , siriiiKiiien. jiaunay s rills, for tho cure of all ciisoruers or the Stomacb, Liver. Bowil. , Kid- ncVS. 11 ailder. Nnrvnna 11.AUA. II.-.. . r. . "flnwi iieauaclio, Consllpatlon, Coslivcncss, Indlgi-tion, Hyfpcn s a, Ililieiusnc's, Illllous Fever, Inflaiiimatiou of mo uuiu-ii, i ucs, nna an derangements of tho Internal Viscera Warranted to effect a nn.lilvn cure. Purelv Vecetnbli. pnninlnlnn nn ... mlncrnls or deleterious drugs. ' a lew closes ol UADWAY'S PILLS will freo the svsteni ftnm nil ihn ,w. i .n. ....... . . , - v u.jjvu uisuruers. Price -25 cents per hox. Sold ny Diucgist. II P 1 11 IIL' l I L'M V. n....... .. ...,v r.iMi, n.iu iituis." ti.nd ono letter stamp to RAD WAY A Co., No. S7 Maiden Lane, New York. Informnibtn wnrih will bo sent you. nugl2vfin32l J. II. ALLEN. W.M.T. BAKE ai.m: a it iii:ic, Allorncys-al-Law, Agents Slate Ins. Company and Ural h'slatc Agents, TROY, IIISSOIIKI. TEhavoi number of good farms for sale, among which aro tho rollowing : 111 AcrcM. Farm ot Win. Crouch, 1 mile rrom Troy. Well Improved. SO Acres. . ".rf.n,of T-," Elllott rJ between right City and Truxton. Improvements good. 8 Acres. r F,rm f Elijah Owlngs, known as the San derer place, 0 miles west of Troy, near Mexico 4 Acres. BelonginglnB to Iho estate or Jos. Delcel, near Chantilla. Olflco In the old i, t, liuiiuing 0f y. A. Jackson. I'inal clllciiient. M'OTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned, 11 adiulnlslrator of tho eslato ot'T. W. Novel deceased, wilt make a final .etllement of his administration of said estate, at Ibo next term or tho Probato Court or Lincoln county, .MISSOUrl. In in he,,,,., ..., 1. .11 1.. n. second Monday In July, 1872. "'"'"w U. W. RICKS, Adin'r. , Final $elilifiiin. MOTICE Is hereby given that the undorslgned. 11 administratrix f tho eslato or Ueorgo O Bowen.dec'd. will ...r,L-.. k....i ....i adin n slrat on of ...I. I ..... .u . . or Iho Proba o Court or Lincoln county, Mo., 0 l.nlii.i.iin rtn.l I.. 1.1 1- . . " ' lv b- - i" uiu court ncuso at Trov. in sale countv nml iii.in .... k , r ' July, 1672. wii.ess.jn rilniaf SARII J. OWN, Admr'x. TO HOUSEWIVES ! TROY BAKERY. rjMIIS OAKERY WILL SUPPLY YOU WITH fiiffht, Healthful Bread, Chtaper than you can make it, and save you the vexation of often seeing all your Yeast and Dough turn out badly. Tho spring and summer season will soon bo here, nnd In order to mnko it profitable tu my customers by furnlwhlng Ihctn bread cheaper than they hiivo heretofore been nblo to get it, I will sell (Icke's, each of which will bo good Tor n ton cent loar or bread, at tho rato of 13 for $1, thus giving $1.30 north of bread for n dollar. MY STOCK OP confectioneries IS LA ROE AND VUtlEI), AM) I KEEP THE FINER QUALITIES AS FIN I! II QUALITIES WKLL AS STICK CANDIES. Also, Figs, tlaisins, 0c, tii! all kinds of Cakrs I'onnd, Sponge, Lemon, Tea, Scotch anil Gingir. All kinds of Cakts ami Paslriis made to i order. All orders should be given a hunt fuvi (i2it i'n advance. 11. If. KllJPJEIi, KEEPS A FIRST-CLASS FUHRN1TUE STORE FURNISHED TO ODRER. Mctalic CoTi'lns FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. UT COPFIXS ALWAYS OHT IIAD. May, 1S71 v7n!5yl ADVKUTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THE II ERA I IT WILL PAY. To 4ilvcrtlsor. All persons who contem plate making contracts with newspapers for tho insertion of Advc.lisctncnts should send to Geo'P'Rweii&co. for a Circular, or incloo 25 cent for their One lliimlrcil Ia$;c I'aniplilct, c. -tnlning Lists of :i,00 newspapers nnd csiimati'S, shnwing the cost of advertising, also many useful liinla tu ati crtiers, unit imno iiccount ot the experiences 01 men who nru himwii as iicccusiui .leitrr. tisi-ix. This firm are proprietors of tho Aincri can Newspaper Advertising Agency, 41ParkRow,NY I and aro possessed of uncounted facil'lics for rc curing the Insertion ol advert isincms in nil News papers and periodicals ut lowest rales. nlS Ill II 3 1 I 'li. A i i'JBW e.cn. 1 ?u Sial'r.ii-li'ca C&l.. tnlSJ.u 3 4 Cvnmcrc. Dt.Y, MIT.I.IONS Itrnr Tcnt.iiionT o their WoiiiU'I'I'iiI CilllllHd Ellceln. Tln-ynro not a vile Fancy Orlnli, niaileot roor Id WliUl.ry, I'roorsiili Its nml ite runc I,u n ii or iIim torcil, sjilcil ami HweeLeneil lo ileae the tate, cilleil "ToiiIik," ".Vctizer." "ltcsUircr," 4e,, that l.-a-l the llpptcr u:i tn Ui imlvi.iiiirfl anil niln, but aro ntnio :i..llelii.nMle from tho Nntivo Knots cml Hi ilnot Cull, t niii. ri-ro Irani nil Alenliollo Stliniilnnti, T!ir..-,iivilui;iP..lT Itl.(KH) I'CIM Fir.lt and A I.tl'E UIV1NC I'ltlNCll'l.E. awirctt lieno vntor aim mvui.r .t..r or uw nyMcni. carrjln,7 or; all li.il.ii.iouv matter and lestoiinir tWo I.IinmI to n lu'.dtlii- con on. ;to pers hi ran Ulvu tlic-io ltlttcii nccorvllil U .' i.-clin-n nml irnnln b.ii;liii.dl,pruUded tlicii Unci a-o i.ot destroyed by inlncnd pol-ou -r other means, .. 1 1 Uiu ,t..l t.r:;a.. u'lotcd beyond tin point of iei.ilr. Tln-y iii-r it (iciitlo PlHKiUlvo nH wi-ll an a T, ii.lc, i.i.c..iii,r, id i, tlir- peculiar liiei'it ot actlliff ns ' "' ful -ijrfiit in l I'llovhi" LVnge'tlon or Intlamrcatton I Mm l.wr, mi.lidltlinViwTralOrmiK ".Itt I'Ull.W.r. t:o?SII.AINT!, In onii or i i. I.1.U rlc.l or-..ni;lc. at iho d.iuu of uotiMiilioodor&t li pi n ntllfe, tln-i.'i'i.nlc l:ltlnab.ie uoenml. X'ui- Inlliiiiiiiintory nml i.'liiniili- Itlicuinn-l-ni nnd limit, IIii.ihI:i hi-I ihIIu'ckI Inn, lilt .ii.i, Kcnillli'iit nnd Jnt..iiltii.it I'L'vera, llNe-ns'uai tir t!m llloi.d, I. Iwi. Kl.liu nud Itlnddi'i', tlit-Hc i;uti.rt l. . UcMin-iHt Miciv.xfid Siieti Itlu-niieitnio cn. -.i Vlilntcd Hlooil, ulutli I.Lvn.Tiilli uiotm ; il"iiijpcmei'.to( tl.a l). ci'llvo llruiin, .YUrr.l'lA (lit I'S.-IltiE.lTIOX. ll-aJncbc, I'aln la tLo Mio.il.lori.i'uiu U T'ili ..e 1 1 tin. CUct, Lljrlno, Sour i:riict.tii,n rdu ,s.ui ji . yutl(, ." 'he .Mo illi, IIiIioih .Mtail... 1 j.i utiouof the Heart, ' JTiualumur llio l.uii.-i, I'aln In tlio rt,-linis of tho Kldiicrs. ni l n himilroa,tii;rpaiiifulirini.umit, iru iuo nr.sirlui;s tr Pikpcr.sla. Tbvy loTi.-uralii th Sti iac!i and sllmulato tho torpid Ufuronl li.miU. ii,. ronr them nr uni.iuaIlo. i m. acr lu ckmiulna llie ldoo.1 or ill Impurities, muj tjiipir. Ini now life uu-l vu-or to the nliolustom. FORSIIIH I)SEAr"t:, Er ijtlom. Tetter, Salt Illii um, IllolU rs, r.;vit, 1'lmi.les I'uUulcs, ltolls, cr-'mr-ks, Ilijj-Womi. ScaiJ Head, Sore Kjis, t'rysirelas, Ilcli.feuil., lilMioloiatlons ef tho Sklu. Humors and Ills.' ca. "rilwSliiii.otwIialfvsriiaiiieoriiaturcarellterallr did aiideurilcloutofiUs slcia In n short llnio Ir "ineip. e'lio l-.illo in null ciuios mil emivS re the nio.t ,llri0u oflhvir curative effects. Clcii.atimiiiait.i llli.l l,c-,H-,i r rou mid Its In. purlll.s Unsiinj throuslithe eUln pimpu.,, Krun. t.on, or ,..mi elwnso II !. ,,i i;d It oUtructrdand sluealvli In Iho veins: clcanso ItMl.eult is foul, and your fwlln,, .III tellouhfn. Keep tbo Hood pure and Huh al:liof tho.vlem villi follow. flu, in up, nun oiiiii-M'oiuin, lurklns In n,. sr.t.i.icfso m.vii ibrmssnds, aro ITt,Hllr dctro cd u,d r. iiiouil. ha, a dUtl3ul.l,o,l rliMiolosUl. there lssc.ic.lr an Indtildual upo the facg of t10 mtl whoso budr li exemptfremtho pr.scuc of norms. J Is not upon the hcalihr clcmenls ef tho Lodr i!.,. li'iu iV', I !r,,rl"ur' Mi-UONALU .v CO.. . V. .. n ' 1,WI1 JroneUee. UaUfuml. . . !"'' " Commerce Clrt. .New York, y AHKn A WOOLFOLK DruggUtst-iroy rAdiiiiniBti'Ator'N Notice. 'TV 0TICE l hereby given that letters of admin. I islrallon were granted to (ho cnderslgned on tho eslnlo of Jntne M, Porlcr dco'd, by Iho Clerk or tlio Probato Court or Lincoln countr Mo., on tlio 12lh day or February, 1872. , All persons having claims against stld estalo aro rciiilrcd!to exhibit lliom to Iho ndmlnlslrator Tor allowance within ona year rrom the date or said letters., or they may lie precluded from anv benefit or said eslntoj anef If not exhibited within iwo years rrom tho dato of said letters thr Will hn fnrftvnr ' mchUnll E. t'l. SITTON, Adm'r. AtliiiiniMfrnfor'ff IVolice. OTICi: Is hereby given that tellers of il n.lmlslrntljn were grnntod to the under sign..! on Iho eslato of '.lenry Cocke, deceased, by tho Clerk of the Probato Court of Lincoln' coun y,l Mo , on llio 12th day or February, 1872. All persons having claims against snld eslnto arc required to exhibit the.n to Iho admldlstrator for nllownnco within one year rrom Iho dale or said letters, or they may lo precluded rrom nny bencut or sold estate, nnd Ir not exhibited within two vpnn fr,.. ll.n , ... . . : . . , " ,BI,J letters tbey w II be lorevrr linrri.il. feb22nS II. O. SITTON, Adm'r. Aliiiinitrnlor'N Notice. KTOTICE Is hereby given that letters of a.l l ministration wero granted to tho undersigned on tho cstato or Jos. Hall, deceased, (colored) by tho Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln county. Mo., on tlio 25th day of March, 1872. All persons having clnims ngalnst said cslntu aro required to exhibit them to tho administrator for nllownnco within one year froji the date of said letters, or they may bo precluded from nny benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited within two years from tho dato t said letters they will bo forever bnricd. nprOnl-l WILLIAM YOUNG, Adin'r. .v i u , ,; . - ''J'"'- .- ' itft Vr-MA-tea ?S ABE endorsed and prescribed by more lending Physicians than nny other Tonic or stimu lant in use. They nro a sum: I'ltnrr.NTivi: Tor Kcvernnd Ague, Intcrinittcnts, IlilIiouncs nnd nil dinnlers arising from innlaiiou. r.iue. They are highly recommended u an ANTI DVtf PEPTIC, nnd in rao of lMmrsrin nre ir.vai liable. As nn API'ETIZEK nnd BECL'PEUAX T nnd incac. of or.vr.iiM. tirnniTV Ihcy halo r.ev er, in n slnglo instance, failed in producing lint most happy results. Thcv are particularly iii;m:i iciai, to Fi:.ti.i,i:s, strengthening the body, invigorating ibo mind, and giving tone nnd eliirlicity to the whole sys tem. Tho HOME BITTEItri nro compounded with gicnlct care, and no tonic slimul.int li.-iv ever before been ollcrcd to tho juiblic feo i..Ke.isr To rilK TesTF. and ut Iho snmo linie combining r ninny rcmcdiil ngeuls endorsed by the inedical fraternity us tlio best known to thePharmacopeciii. It co. Is lint lil.li. to give them ;l luir liinl. lllii'. I'.viij l.'ainilv sliuulil iiuvc a Itutllt-. No preparation in tho world can uiiluco si. nnny linqunliCed cndursenients by ili n.- nf tho very liighest hlandirig In their proti sion. i: ilorieit alo ly the l'ltn,yantt the I utility ill i,m.i iiintiomil y.-itrs. U. S. Mahim: llnsriT.et., St. Louis, Oct. 8, 1S7U. Jas. A. J.ri;sin A Co. I have examined tl j formula for milking the Homo Stomach Hitters mid used them in this hospilul the last four mouths I consider them the most valunblo n niciiinl stun ul.uit now in u-c. si. II. MELCIIEK, lies i"t Physician In charger. S .Marine llmpt'l J.is. A. Jacksmx f Co. ficnlleni. n: As you havo c.uiiuiiitiicatid to tho niedlc.il profefsiun 'tho recipe of the Homo Hitters, it cannot thinforo bo considered ns a patent medicine, nn p ilent hav ing been taken for it. Wei havo examined Iho lorm ul.i lor making the Homo Bitters, nnd unhoit.it ingly suy tliecmbiniition'snnent rare excelle nee, nil articles ticd in its eutuposiilnn aiu tho best of the idas. to which thev belong, being highly Ton ic, stimulant, stomachic, cariiilnutliu and siightlv Jnx.itlvc. The modoof pre aring them is s'ritlly in nccordnnco with thn rules of phnrmncy. Having used tl em, seen its effects In our prival'o practice" wo Inlio pleasure in recommending them t.inil per rons ib'siroiis of Inking bitters m being tho best Tonic and Stimulant now offered In public. ' FUA.NK (1. POUTER, Prof. Obstetrics nnd diemicr.. f.T ,r..,..r.n l..llAnn ot Physicians nnd into member Hoard of Health. 1 1. liiirl riL.ii,., ... ........ ... u. jjw.ciji .i c.ivi,, itoi.oi uostetrlea and disease of woman, St. Louis Med. Col. iihake Mcdowell, m. i. Lato Pres't Missouri Medical ollego. E. A. CLAltK, M. II Prof, aurgcry Mo. Med. College and Into I!cld't Physician t'ity lloplinl, St. Louis. IIEKBEIvr PItIMM, Prof.Practlc.it Phirtnacy. St, Louis College of Pharmacy. J. (', WH1TEHILL, Ed. Medical Archives. At.r'n llmcncK. u.d. Dr. CI. V. i . 1 C. Ukiiickp, u.d. S. iIuati Mdsks, h.d. C. A. Wauk. M.n. W. A. iVun.. E.C. FRANKLIN, Professor Surperv llr.nmitintliln M...linn1 ..ll. J.J. VaSTISIB. U.n. T .1 Cniiii. .. .. Prof midwifery and diseases of women, College. u iiuiiiii'iiiiioiu i n.vsician8 nn.i Mirccons. JNO. f.riXKI.KMAK t... Diseases of Children, llomocnnthic collctro of Mo. CHARLES VAST1NE, M. D. Pr..r of i iiysiomgy nomoepathlo .vied. Col. of Mo. JOHN 1IARTM AN, M. D , Prof clinical ucdiciue, col. iiomoepalhio rhys. and surgeons. They are superior to all other Stomao'j Bitters in. Sandkhs, analytical elicit lit. No bitters in tho world run axoel thein. Sjmon Hirscii, analytical chemist. Eminent PllVklrlnna nf f l.ln. Tbe formula for tho llnm. 1lltt.. i.. i.. mlttoet lo us, and wo believe them to bo Iho best ionic anu sumuiani lor general use now otferej lo tho nubile. II. Woodburv u .. G A Mnrinpr. nnnlrl'l pL.n II S Ilnhn B McVlcar " J II Walker " W Lu.llnm f J V Z Blimey, Prof cheinst'y Hush Medical Collcgo N S Barno, nulls Iloyno J A llahn, ' I T T Ellis. Jas A Collins " F:nilnpiiS lliv &lln.. I.. r.i..i..n, - - " J - VIIIVI.ll.ll, Neariv all of whom nr lrnr....... I .i.." i .i.. ...7, . . "' uuuur tht "oii-i ui mu u.euieiii colleges. i.uoiucr iiuicrs uavocver been offered lothn n,,i. llo cmbroeiilg so many vuluablo remedial OL-ents J L Fattier u n 11. . T .. . .. .. w Il A Jaliin. v ii S P Iloniier.su CT Simpson ' CSMuscrrift" J II Buckncr" 0 A Doherly" fl K Taylor " D W M'Pn.ll.. WHigler" J J Quinn 1 P PMaloy It 11 Job Oil, w i rallalerro" AVItWoodwnrd" C VVoodnarJ K Taylor SB Tonillnsoc II S Wayno, Chemist sEmtnctii lti&liii..,.a ... . ... --- - in .Ill'UMIIIIH, ThoIIomo Bitter, urn i.,t li...ni....i.. . , . . - :: -j-"'uw.e remcuy lorin ,i iTVri " iing irom malarial causes i I, ;fhor"lon charge orCily hospital Jl Rogers wn Alex Erskino u o j M I Hodge H V. Purncll ' M A Edmunds" PaulOlcy i Jos E Lynch " Sanrord Bell 1 aululc' ' 4. '!!ln,e"7 'y'daiia l PUtsburc. w nrhm.UH W!,.Clu0,'f, M D I D WlUurdJi RChllds 0 Wuth.chms't J II MeClcllan r ""'"Ireds of Othrri In all parts of the North, West and South. J KUarncr, u d, Milwaukee. Covno'I. Bl.5FT8i Marck 27, 1871. jAkrs A.jArksox A Co.HvnB examined tl rormu a or Iho -Hurao Stomach Hitter.." I hi. prescribed them in my practice r..r soie tin, and pronounce them tho lest Tonlo Hitters nu . . '' W'MAHON, M.P. Bmrvm-,T1,7Dr',s'T-EAST 4.' . iTr'.5'' Bt"1 a" Jrugglsls grocers kabor.tory 105 107 K. Second .t . Si. ifonb Jl2TiS9yl f," lrlV'