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Enigma !. It.
1 am composed of 24 lotteri and
My 16.fi, 11, 10.6, 17,4,6, 21,20,
is a formidable ami inystorloui dcHy.
My 2, 18. 12, 9 It a mythical lady
.mentioned as one of three eclobrated
ladles ot Arthur's Court.
Mv 24. 23. 8. Is a kind of dirt. '
My 9, 1H7, 18 Is u musical instru
My lfi, 14, 22, 8, 19, 2, is something
My whole pertains to deity.
The Mexican war survivors of Llv
Iniralnii countv will meet for oi-iranl
satlon at Chlllicothe on tho 4th of
Tho Rov. William M. Brady, D. D.
formally chaplain to tuo lorcMioutcn
ant of Ireland, has entered the Cath
olic church In Rome.
Hie steamboat Mary McDonald
burnt to tbo waters cdiro last Thurs
day ulgth, about four hundred miles
above. Tuesday twenty roustabouts
lauded here on their way to St. Louis
in a yawl boat. They report the
stoward drowned, and all the freight
lost except a few Hogs. at, unartcs
Bio Pia. Messrs. Norrls & Jack
son showed to us Friday morning
last a pair of hams weighing 105
poiiuas b'z i-z ins. oacn. ine pig
li oni which the hams were taken was
of tho Poland China species, weigh
lug 700 lbs., and was only eighteen
mouths old when slaughtered. Ho
was ralsod by Mr. Ilenry T. Mudd of
Millwood, Tho sides were almost
as large a a barn door. One of theso
hams (with a few trimmings) would
mako us a "square meal.''- Clarks
CnusHRD. Last Thursday, E. S.
Jones, a uegro man, while engaged
with several others in making an ex
cavation In tho cut on Second street.
near Clark, was caught by a mass of
tailing cartn, ana crusnea so severely
that he died in a fow moments aftor
ho was exhumed. The other laborers
escaped only by a hair's-breadth.- St.
OKNK1UL AOKNT FOR
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines
AND 1EALKR IN
PIMIOS AND ORGANS,
41S NOUTII FIFTH ST.,
S, 13. IRVINE, Anrt
Office at Mr. Ogdcn's over Norton's store,
where theso machine may be seen in work
ing order. Attachment, oil, etc., ulwuys"
on hand. The Singer and other machines
at greatly reduced prices. 21
Liveiy& Feed Stable
BY JACOB HARTMAK
On iTIaln street, Just below Brown's
TTAVING lust opened a Livery
LL and Feed Stable In Trov. Mo., am now
prepared to furnish the best nones ami fin-
11 lot orutiggirs, spring wagons, uacKS
and conveyance irenerally. that the county
can produce, and invites a liberal share of
me public patronage.
Horse Feed, - - 25 Cents.
A dally line of Hack to Wentsville and
trl-wwikly to Auburn, Fratrievllle and
"Louisiana, The trl-weekly liaeki leave for
tile above placet! Monday, Wednesdays and
Fridays returning overy alternate day to
Tbo Rxpross Office Is st tbo stable..
JAMES E. EDDENB,
Xhw Hopk, Missouri, Aqennt fob
0, Agitata k 01 1 J. 1. Sayur ft Co.
Canton, Ohio. I St. Louis, Mo.
imft. ttvti of flolsh. and audtv
threshing aad cleuinc grata 81 lot market, futtr
ana oetur nan say ouwr, are acknowledged.
Tke Gemmime flwooMtakaa oaaUoa
tko taresfcer to pick We customers, seldom
Mops fbr repel rs, tart m uch longer than other, t sve
much smimounr and vsullna. docs the un.
mount of work with lest labor, and enables him to
(wci um dcsi nan nw pnwuoia joos.
thtenh clean from tho heads, separates perfectly
Intro the straw, clsansfor market, without wast,
saves n he grain, does Its work with the utmost
speed, safety, nna economy, and doea not keep a
gang of cr and teams about It on expense.
AwTlttea Warranty dsUvtndwiUi ev
Tko 'hrooattakoa" anally a very
scarce aitldt after harvest, and parties should
SUMMtlOR STRBNOTH, durability, slmptlc.
I'.r HH of draft, trrti of Snlih. ud audtv for
'mTf hab;b$en openWsy 7
PARKER, CREWS & CQ.,
WITH THIJ LAatClKST AND BEST ASSORTED
Stock of Goods in Lincoln CouHtq.
DO TOW WANT WHITE ClOODS i
Look at our Stock of rialu and
Striped Jacconets, Main and
Striped Victoria lawns, Swiss
Muslins, Nainsooks, l'ltuies.
BO VOC WANT DRESS OOODS I
It us tempt you with our
Japsncso Stripes, nt Me. 40c
and 60c per ynrd. Hurmnhs,
Challis of nil tho IntcM styles.
Bo Vest WaMt IHe and Boy Wear!
Kxarotno tho lsrgcst asort
loent In Troy of Cloths, .a
Imercs, Tweed, Jean. Cot
tonades, Donlms, Ac, Ac
Win hmi amir nrndufs 9 Who
you Goods AS LO W AS TEE
Trot,, Mo., April, 1873. PA
To Find the Largest and Best Stock
Biurets md aiiiBiiBfi.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Mbums and Picture Frames
PERFUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Soaps, BrusIjieB and CorabN,
PIPES, OIGARS, TOBAOOO
LAITIPS AND LAMP CfllMIVEYS,
PAINTS, OILS AND WALL PAPER,
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES.
Imported and IVative Wines,
(FOB MEDICINAL USB), IS THE
Drug and Medicine House
W. & T, EAST,
CHEAP CASH STORE t
WOODSON, BIRKHEAD & CO.,
CBAI.'V-OF-KOCKS and CAP-AU RIS. '
Dealers in DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. BOOTS and SHOES. HAT8
and CAPS, CLOTHING, Quooliswaro,
usually Kepi in a country aioro.
ilifflicat market Price Paid tor Grain and Bacon.
Goods Exchanged for alh Kinds of Country Produce.
Speoial Attention Given to Shipping Stook an&iGrain.
GOOD RTO0K PENSt All Conilgotneats sutle to as will receive our prompt attention
We are alio AUENT3 for the r r
McClura Wheat Drill,
Wood's Reaper and Mower
Cultivators, Plows, Wagons.
ALL SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES.
Thanking our friends for their liberal patronage heretofore, we invite
ilium to exttraiue our now mucn uowro iiurcnusiug eisewnerc.
No troublo to show you goods.
WOODSON c BIRKHEAD,
e,rS0 Ost CajwM'Gri and Cham of Rodts, Mo.
DO VOW WANT WOTtOKSt
We keep everything you ran
think of, from a Be Thlmblo up.
DO YOU WANT HATS I
Our Stock la always complete.
Do You Warit Hardware,
MOTS aria! SHOES !
You must not look elsewhere.
What you can't And In our stock
is not worth looking after.
oives vou fair oriees. and tells
CHEAPEST PLACE in Town 9
RKER, C HE WS CO.
Hardware, aud iu fact everything
$ warn '
REDUCED IN PRICE !
TUB NEW IMPROVED
THE EREAT FAMILY UTILITY MACHINE
The llchtrurt ronnliifr, moot simple, durable
Btst easily operated. Shuttle Maehluo
In the market. Does many mors
styles of work, and has a greater
variety of, and besier stt
Uchments than any
Tit alr Saealas tkat saakM Vaar
Dlatlaet Klaels ! atltchaa
and that will sew in opposite directions.
Jiithmr Side or Back Feed, u$ deiired
IT It THE FAMILY SKWINO MA
OMim OW THK DAT.
tjETSend for Circulars of Maeblnes aad
attachments. Agents wanted everywhere.
Stt Mart riftk Street, St. LnU.
OHEAT IXDUCBMENTS OFFERED FOR
A. ITliio Gerntnn Chromo,
We send an olpsanf olirotno, mounted
amfrcaUy for froinliiK.'.frce
to every agent. '
AGENTS WANTED FOR
LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE
BY.THOS. W. KNOX.
04t Paces Oclar. 130 riae Earrav
lags. Relate Incidents and Accidents liryotid
tho l.lht of Day t startlluir adventures In
II parts of thi world ; mines and motlu of
working them ; undercurrents of sorleiy ;
ffumbllnjf and Its horrors ; caverns and their
mysteries ; tho dury ways of wlvkcdncs ;
prlso. and their seerets; down iu the
depths 'of the sea ; strange stories of t'je
(fotcetlou of crime. Tho book treats of ex
perience with brigands! dluts In opium
dens .and gambling hells; lire in prison;
stones of exiles ; ml ventures among Iiiflliin,
Jottrneyr Uirotufh Nuwcrs snd catiieombs ;
areidentain muicr; plmtesnnrt plrai v; tor
turer of the inquMtlouj wondesful liurlu
rles ; undcrwond of tho great cltU, etc.
Wo want agents for this work on which
We give exelilhlvo territory. Agents can
make flno a week Iu selling tills book. Mend
for circulars and special terms to agents.
91 Hart ford, Conu., or Chicago, III.
AQlCNTtt WANTXD FOR T1IK
OK THE UNITED STATES,
1900 pages and COO engravings, prlatcd In
English and German, written by
eminent autliorx, Including John
B. Oougb, Hon. Leon erase,
Ed. Rowland, Rev. E.E.
Hull, IMtlpley, Ain't
Thss work U a complete JiUtory of all
branches of Industry, process of manufac
ture, etc., In all ages. It is a complete ency
clopedia of arts and manufactures, and ih
the most entertaining and valuable work of
information on subjects of general Interest
ever offered, to the public. Wu give our
agents the exclusive right of territory.
One of, our agents sold 1H3 copies In olglit
days, another sold 888 in two weeks, Our
Agent In Hartford sold 897 in one week,
Specimens of the work sent to agents on re
oeipt of stamp. For circulars snd terms t o
agents address the publishers,
J. H DCRlt & HYDE,
Hartford, Conn , or l.'hl&igu, III.
ALL, persons indebted to me on
note or aonnnt are ropoctfully re
quested to settle without delay. After June
1Mb, 1878, 1 shall collect sll claims by law.
21 JOSEPH B. ALlJkN.
' . '
Tlio tindrrslgned has a line lock of purr
Berkshire hogs, and can lurnUb pics sltigly
snd In pairs not afclm at n iisouable prim.
Lives two miles and a hair north-east ul
13)1, . H. h. FARMER.
Thavc a fine stock of pure Berkshire
JL Tigs, and will furnish pigs at ten Weeks
old at f.00 for male slid 7 lor female. BtocW
Call or address the undersigned at Auburn
M. I). 1.. VEKDIEIt.
Did You Know It?
WILLIAM V. IArE8
18 AOKNT KOR THE
Junior Buckeye Riding or Walking
The best in uo t the Rover Hteel Plow : the
Hucviuh Keaiter aud Mower; llucke)e
Wheat Drill; Rolilusiin Hand Corn Planter ,
all of which will bo sold at
Depot at Early's store. Vost office Mill
wood or Culvre. U-uiil
Patronize Home Industry !
J. P XYNOTT,
IS AT NEW HOPE,
WITH A COMPI.BTC STOCK or
Hone with ncatncis and deipatch. J. I',
I.ynott has bis Mammoth Hardware,
Stove and Tin Htoi-o
In Full blast at Troy. Call and examim:
Prrieii. ii42 J. P. LYJiOTT.
New iat tko Tim
To Buy Trees
BROTHER FARMERS don't for
get that our oastern neighbors art'
feeding apples to stock with good result,
whilst wo have only a scanty supply fur
famtly nso. Also tho eastern farmers bar
their barrels of cider snd an shtiudance ef
the best apple vinegar, and here either is a
rarity wltuthe majority of families. And
yet we moxt all cultivate 'more land tiititi is
protltnWfi and have often an abundance ot
wastt nod wirn out lands that could be madu
protttahlR l( set in trees, besides improltit
tho condition of tho land.
Hclnjr overstocked with winter fruits, es
pecially Innuetlng und New Tork red pippin
or lieu Davis, 1 will sell this spring by the
100(1 at tS7Aitndbr tl.e 000 at fsIMM. Vrlw by
thedox. und 100 wPI bo the sume ss before,
per dnx. 1.60, per 100 11.W. will m-11
llughrs' cider crnbjper M at W.00, tvt list
7.00, per 1000 60.00. pear, cherry ami plum
trees each 60c. W.00, perdu. Concord grapv
one year old flrst class each 10 ct, per dim.
If 1.00, per 100 ri.00, p rlOOO a:j,V(l0, livurliu
inescaeu anci, per uos.cj.im, per iwi, ir.w
111 otiicrittock about the same as last spring
A. 1. SIIIJL.rrN,
4i run, no
A Whoeler & Wilson Sowfiigr Mn
J. clilnet aUo a Florence. PotU iiiw.
uiitilru at this office.
Cooking and Heating