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THE TROY HERALD.
V( )L. 8.
TROY, MO., AVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1873.
FISIIEB fc MUDD,
I.RO n Yoor In Alvniao.
RATU OP ADVERTISING.
I sittsr t lnertlon il 80
Bach additional Insertion,...
ruui -eiiirincm .tuucvk
Mray Notices (xlntle stray) S 00
fsach additions! tray In Mime notice. . 1 00
Liberal deductions will be mad to regular
Ni certlllestc of publication will be made
jbiII such publication hti been paid for.
The non-observance of tliU rule has been
shs oeeaslon of much troubl anil actual loi.
Oinr;iT CnrmT. Klrtt Monday after the
smrth Monday In March and September.
Coiixty Cut' RT. Second Monday in rcb-
wiry, Mar. Auxtirt, and November.
Probate CotittT. Second Monday In
January, April, July and October.
LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt.
Tho Ladles' Library Club will give
a sociable at the rcsidcnco oi uoi.
Ilult next Thursday evening.
Mr. Wm. It. w7iHoof East Troy
:nlll, liuil tils right hand badly laccr
utcd hint week by having It como in
contact with the saw in motion.
From accounts from all parts of tho
county wo learn that tho wheat pre
scuts a tine appearance. There is an
unusually large amount of acrcago
Three "beautiful ladles," so they
informed us they were, called on us
last Monday. Modesty forbids us
giving their names, and they "had
bunions all over 'em."
tub drama rw thoy. Tho Rowling Green Poit, after an
Simon's comedy company flnishod interview with the lion. John 11. Hen.
Its engagement ot one wcok on Sat. dcrson, says that gentleman "hopes"
urday evening Inst. Whllo the ven- that the salo of the Mississippi Valley
turehcrowasuot very successful In a nnd Western railroad bonds is "all
financial point of view, Ihocxbllillon right." That is about all the Infor
of dramatic tatont on tho part of lis matlon that has been obtained from
members was very creditable to them Mr. Henderson. The Louisiana .four
ai.d SAtisiactory in the highest degree nnl had been equally unsuccessful in
to their patrons. It Is not often that obtaining anything definite from J.
a company of so much merit is found Knm Iirown who accompanied Ucn
amoiig those travelling over the coutt- dcrson to Europe. We hope that it
try. In fact, but few of tho theatres will, turn out that the news was only
of tho larger cities can boast so lal- a "blow" after all, but aro afraid that
entcd a'coincdlcniio in its stock as Mrs. nothing hns yet been accomplished in
Simon. She Is a into artiste : perfect the matter of negotiating the sale of
to nature. Her renditions are accu- the bonds. If tho sale has been con
rate and beautiful. Having seen the IsumnintccL why the necessity of so
loading stars of the country, we do much caution?
not say that her Fanchon could not be Since the above was written, we
equalled, but we have never scon it havu received tho Louisiana Prtu of
surpassed. In making comparisons fast week which contains the intclli
it must be remembered tho want of genco that twenty car loads of iron
proper scenery and other adjuncts of for this road aro now arriving at
the stago had very much to do with Quincy, and that the "knowing ones"
the cfl'oct produced. In tho face of kay that tho thing "bo fixed," and that
this disadvantage, Mrs. Simon pleased in less than sixty days trains will run
and delighted audiences of more than ton the cutlro route from St. Louis to
ordinary appreciation. Thcro is no Keokuk. This sounds very well, and
doubt us to the position sho will yet we hopo it is so, but which account
occupy upon tho American stago. are we to btllevo r
Miss Maggie Ilrush is a young lady of
great personal beauty (this Is the ver
dict of the young gentlemen: we
don't profess to be n judge of such
matters), of little experience, not
Nkw Onu-FKM.owB' Ham.. The
Troy Lodge, No. 68 Independent
Order of Odd-Fellows, occupied for
the first time their new hull on last
, , i i t .i Saturday evening. This has just been
having been long enough upon tho , . V.Tr,, ,...., i'n
. " aim fitted up out of WIthrow's hall. It is
itiuu iu uvcrvuiui: iiui iiuiumi uuu-
deuce, but unquestionably possessing
talent and glvlnggrcatpromiso in the
future. Miss Carrie Jtigg, who had
been nbsout all the week, arrived Sat
urday afternoon by the Wciitzvillc
stage, and sustained very well indeed
the part of Mary Morrison In Dora
Tho grango movement is making
iiii.if fnit frntti ocean to ocean. Its
objects are being presented to every
political null industrial nssemDiy mat
convenes on the continent. The great
foremost question at present, seems
to bo cheap transportation ior norm
western product to the sea
board. Tho National Hoard ot Trade
at Chlcogo resolved to urge upon con
gress somo measure calculated to ad-
vanco tins granu csseuuni iu pros
nnrliv. A reduction in through rates.
of Ave cents a bushel on grain alone,
would be worth tens or minions a
year to the West would almost pav
our taxes. A committeo of yankee
senators li now perambulating the
country, collecting facts and sugges-
tloni looking toon immcaiaio anu. uc
elded Improvement, both iu facilities
and cost of transportation between us
nnA tho cualerit coast. Its members
aro Sherman, or Ohio; conkiing, or
New York ; Ames, senator, so-called,
rrom Mississippi, out rcsiucm oi
Knstvnliiisctts. itml son-in-law of tho
Lowell Beast : Casscrly , of California ;
Norwood, of Georgia ; Lewis, ot ir-
gtntu; and Wlndom, of Mlnnisota.
Thev nre to hold a scssiou III St. Louis,
beginning next Thursday, autn inst ;
OUd tUO swells oi our wow-concny
old metropolis of suspcntlered uniiK
rs nud certified checkers, arc nrennr-
inir to give them a big blow-out. i no
ilnniror Is. it mar blow out the flicker
. " ' " - . J I ... I. I
lug taper oi gonu intention which
fcibly lllumiimtcs the vest-patterns
nt the atllclnl visitors. We trust se
rious business may receive a small
portion of their attention, between
drinks. Lexington Vuucanian, twtli
WALKS J1AHHIH Monday, October ST.
1S73, by Esq. J. I). Shslton, Samuel Wall
and Mln Amanda Harris, both of this count; .
WIIITELAW McKIMIKN. November
183. in St. Louis, by Itov. K. It. Ruther
ford, Mr. .Tames .Whltclnw nnd Mini Tllll.
M. lleKlbben, both of that city.
CANTRIRL At her late roddrnre In
Union township, of pneumonls. Mr. Mary
Uantncl, In the Itfttn yeai of her as;.
KNHOK Sundsy. November 2. 1873. near
Millwood, Mrs. Celeste, wife of Fred. II.
Knor, and oldest daughter of Goo. I. I)v r.
aged about 80 years.
MOlt AN Sunday, November 2. tST.I.near
Millwood, of pneumonia, Younsr W. Mora.
Resolutions or RRsrscT. At a sperlal
communication of New Hope Lodge, No. 100.
A. r. ft A. M., hold at their hall in Mew
Hope, the following; preamble and resolu
tion were adopted i
iikiikaii, it nas picaieu Almighty (,nri
In Ills Infinite und all-wine judgment, whoar
ways nre ncyona nnu bdovo tun pcrccntinn
of humankind, to remove from the walks of
thtrtv-two by twenty-four feet in
size, and hns a convenient ante-room
A handsomo carpet has becu laid
down and emblematic pictures adorn
the walls. This lodge was chartered
in 1864, but went down about the com
incticcment of tho wur. It wns re-lti-
Charles Miller, alia, Smith, of St. " ' r v i " ! -tated last January with a member-
Loulswascommlttedtojalllastweek - ..."iP of five. It now contains about
lor stealing a watch from J . L. Van ' , ''.''"Z' ... ,, twonty-flvo working members, and
twodavs he was sent . ' w .7. . bids fair to become a strongaud pros
nun oi ooi, ill mo ihuuoii iiuiiu. ,.,, Sainwliiv
i .i i . r n run uiv v. - j
in uiuviiaraciui ui Arviicu uimur,
Didicr. Cousin Joo and others, he fully
A protracted meeting was holdall sustained his reputation. As Farmer
last week nt tho Methodist cliurch. Allen in Dora lie was irrand
to Warrentou, tho Jail there being
iDiisidered more secure than ours
Mi. James Whltclaw, of St. Louis,
and lady (nee Miss Tlllie McKibben,
It was conducted by Hev. Henry Kay. hbl ntd m.tror of mnr thn 'or ot Mrs. T. I). Fisher of this
pastor, assisted by Itov. W. W. Jones, twenty yean atauding, showed great P,oco' vlUcd our town few day.
or Carrollton. Thore wore six addl- merit, tliough none of his specialties P". ana rarawnoa wim cs.cruny.
oil i.v t.,tn. it.. i.n.n. i . whon theyicrtrorJianniuai. ai win
' .. . . - -. I ln iniui lv nin-iimi'i'lnirn inii'il. thov
. mm A, , I fl I If. II PA (IT IHR lltlMM fit IIIPI fir I in - v" "J ---o-
AN UfKBA iiouhk. Aironuynomc i- " ' i.. i .i...l..,i nn i,n vnntfiil
BViutiiifr the company, uiiirord lit lata various "'"."" V" . T'"..
t t in... .i.nrtii nti-tlo uo exceueu in uio cuaracier oi vt in
V V3 l J "I ' ' I
....I ..i.l.lln n.tl,iTil. Wn llllnk tllA 1BIH AIICII. in
of our citizens
. . i , i .i. .
mattei of tlttimr up an opera house, P-t. was good; wodoubt if ho could 3hZme br
i ------- i a -
Dora. Ryan was ex-
, ..a coltent as the witch in Fanchon. and
OIIUCriaKlllg lunmuiu uiic, uuu w rnfmlli'
.. . j in none of his imncrsonatlons did he roirain.
to suo li acconipiisiieu. Noi let the cifflethangohU plume
returned from their flash out in spltoof himself and his
with the coming ycuts, as their Joy
ful hearts sing together that. sweet
Tho leaf Hit liuv. the flower lt liluum ;
Hut tics around urn tu-uri arc cpun,
That could not. would not be undone."
Last Monday night somo of the
crown-til) boys thought to have
lit tlx fun nt the Farmers' IIottsc.be
nimn there wns a ncwlv married
rounle there. Mlschlcf-like. they tied
a cord to the hotel bell, and stretching
It over the roof to a convenient
place, they began to toll tho bell about
inidniaiit. I'ftliownm ucrumo rcsucsx.
and, niter tinning himself over in bed
nlmlfdoKcn times, he could stand it
no lonirer.so he nrocurcd a ladder and
ascended to the belfry by way of the
roof, and cut tho tnlsciiiovous string
that tolled tho bell. Thinking he had
coiia'iorcd tho thins, ho nut on one ot
. . . . - . i - . li....
Ills tat, ln.y grins nnu ucgnn io ciuno
down, when lot some scamp had taken
tho ladder away, ami tnorenoanisniv-
ering in his uiglit-olothes. Jlo tried
to rouse tho old woman, but to no
effect. At t his stage of tho gamo somo
one began to pelt him with clods, mid
to escape Ills tormoniorsiie jusiroucu
off the hose, striking the ground with
a thud. Ilcthaiiy 'Jrtoune.
Ge'n. Blair has entered upon his du
ties us Insurance Commissioner iu a
way that will commend him to gen
nrul favor, bv iiriinriiiil politics, and
appointing as ins dciiuty Air. uimncs
li. Kinir. who, ns the deputy under
Wvllls Kliiu. his father, and Miles
KpIIb. hns been connected witli the
bureau for n long term oi years, anu
life our cuteemed nnd beloved brother.
Clinton r. Allnway, who departed this lift'
at 230 a. M. on Tbunday. tho 23d day or
October, IH73. be It reaolvml
That In the death of our well beloved
brother Clinton F. Alloway, this Lodge ha
lout one of Its briKuteiituiidmoiit Ufdul mem
bers. hl family a kind and aflectlonate son
and brother, und the community a uclul anil
innni vaiiiniuc cmisen.
That The sincere condolence and M-mpa-thyof
till Lndjre Is hereby tendered in Umi
mother and family of our dcreaxed brother
in tins iiicir nour or sorrow und lierenvc
mint, and may. the exemplification of his
virtues nx exhibited In this Hie Inxpire tbetii
with tho confident bopu that tho M'parattoti
khull not be Unul. but ere long thev shall
eliiKp handnwlrhhlin on the shores of eternal
That The nrcambte ami rrisi,liitlnn ,c
sprend upon tlio records of the l.tidjre. an'1
h eopy n un mo spin or me L,ouc attuclicd hf
furnlflieil tho mother of our deceased
lirother, nnd n copy for publication to the
THAT Tho iewels and fiirnlhirn nf Ihr.
lodi;o room be draiicd in mourning, and that
the members of the Lodge wear the ukimI
uuugc ot mourning ror the space or thlrtv
days. .Ioii.n Cottkh, l
WM. ll.UAHKKTT, Com.
OKO. T. UVSSt, J
Dr. J. C. GOODRICH,
Will be In Trov from time in tlm. ilu m..
tlec of which lnlu will bo given la Tmb
hunting grounds ou King's lake last piece, endangered At times the com-
rtaturday, iiavittg enjoycu mcinscivcs posuro or tlio others In the ploy ; and mvrivn Party. Tho vounu la
hugely. Thoy are all looking well and then he would get his Latin twisted, dc8iui gentlemen of Troy, and somo
ruddy, as if camp-life had had an In- but nothing daunted, would bring up of thomnrrlod ones too, repaired to
vigoraiing inniicncc. vur umiiNs nil ngnt. i no season closed ttnturuny t)l0 iiBnte,.g ,ouso 0n Friday ovoning
arc uuciur. oiii.. u r. u n,Klll wlin 1JOra and mo country afler ,ho termltmtloii of tho ploy, and
auiceioi oiimi uousins. i ins, According to tlio gen- dnllcoa until tho wco itna' hours, to
Dr. Haiti had the miifortnno to opinion, was very mucii tne nest , U,pjr,,g mUgic of Simon's orchos
fracture the third finger of his right t the week, it being apparent that trftband. It was tho pleasantcst oc
baud. He was returning from the Mr. atmon desired to leave a good CMjon of tj10 jjd wo over witnessod
i.nnt m thn liottom last week, when impression. e nave suiitmcntiv
ti. nCUldci.t occurred. Ills horse in criticized thecharactors, and it Is un
tartlug gave a audded lunge aide- necessary to speak further of the cast
ursvu oftiimito' tliii (luotne in loin Ills I in thii couttuctlon. Little Allie
I hi Troy.
balance; in attempting to regain It Thornhlll appeared in the play, aid
by clutching at tlio pommel of the ho 1 chip of tho old block,
... . . a im atifllAiinn unu nil tltn ittnn tn n
s.dd.e, ne receive .neinjury. - - -- thU county. We congratulate thorn
AMabiuaobahwabmotaMab. moment to ico him explode, but ho "P" no lmppy union, and have no
. I I J 1. a A sI.m iknu a I II A a umftih.
Elsewhoro will bo found tho profes
sional card of Walton ft Allen, who
have associated themselves together
for the practico of the law in this
plnco. They are both well known in
doubt but that they will do a smash
lug btislnoss. They deiorvo a'good
That locals are scare Is tho prevail
ing complaint at tills time ntnong tho
hi auk. Wo have just received a I submitted to the restraint and went
letter from New Hope informing us I through his part well enough. A
that Mr. Bright Mitchell and Mlsi few drunkon rowdies werotheocca
Cordlo Howdcshell were not married tion of great anuoyanco to tho audi
on the 16th ult., as was published I ence for a while, but a gentle iv
in Uie Herald of tho 22a. Our in-1 minder, and tho soporific lullucnco of I county press. Wo are not exempt
formant was led into the error by the spirits they hud imbibed, soon Oh, for something elso to happen that
somo relatives of the young lady, quieted their noise. After the cur- wo may write it up.
Wo don't like to tee a good thing tain fell, Mr. Simon camo before it
spoiled, and advise the young couple and thanked tho pcoplo of Troy for
tliai delays are dangerous
Dr. W. W. lilKKHKAD,
Will always be found In hUofllef, next door
to T. W, Witiihow'r, up stairs, where ha
attends to dental and nurfflcul dlxeHncsof the
mouth. lie keep uu nnkintantalwais in the
aid in ttlllns teeth. olxi:!
ATTOUSEYS AT LAW.
Will nractleo In the CourU of the Ntnetceaili
Jud'vlal i:ircuit and Supreme Court of the
State. UuslnenN promptly uttended to. Ofliw
.er Dr. YmA drug ktore. v8n4
Mr. Hiram S. Drown, of Grafton
the uniform courtesy and kindness VolocoutUy. California, Is in town on
. ...In vUlt in lila father. Mr. James D.
Among our death notices will bo J!,1? 'S? 7. "Zl
i At - j r. t . I iiuwu m iu nu auiiiuiur nuvii nw .
found that of Mn. Mary Cantrlel, one L,..,,l r-U1flinc,i,,.Trnv would hnve . . ,r"m'T7rT... ..... .
of the oldest cltUem of the county. R railroad nnd an opera' homo. Wo I r. Jimo iinea o usws roini
She was a natlvo of Hunker Hill, aro sure that no one in Troy would our tnaiiKs ior some very line
North Carolina. She came to this object to seeing his hopes spoodi y vandlver apples.
i.. iota .i.n. ti..n.t roallxod, especially in relation to .-
iuh., ... t l0 railroad. For our Dart, we Mr. A.II.Lanirwortliy.or hllouih.
yet a territory. Her husband died in should like to sea a lovo of tho drama aiwI rnrm.plv nf Milwaukee, wns In
. . . -.-,.. ! l "" .W....W,.,. ,
1811, leaving nor Hie oaro OI Clgllt mmtu imu r iiuupiu, mm nv
children which sho raised to become Iwpa ttat after Mr. Simon returns, ho
m . I a.. CI.. .Ia iUJ IIHfD HV I.UUIU IU ICHICI flMTISSffc,
useful niembcn of society. Sho alio con',0 nm0ll(r8t ug Olino nire. Wo
raised three families of orphan chll- hnvo always seen a great deal to ad
ilruu. In her whole life she was dls- mire, and never tho slightest moral
tlugulsheil for strong bodily and I taint, In the legitimate drama, such
mental health and au active, vigorous as was represented hero during the
disposition. I put week.
ihornuirlilv familiar with Us work
iii;s. Jli!tlortliHiiiiu.ne enjoys tuo
fullest rotilldeiico ot tho liisuranco
men. and of the public genorauy. ai
ilimiBli not n Democrat, no is not a
politician or a partisan, but simply n
well-posted and thoroughly otllclont
otneer. si. ioiiis uemoKrm.
From a statement tnado bvex-l'rcs
iilont Andrew Johnson it nnpears
Itauk of Washington, and that tho
loss of that will not leave him without
resources, bo on a salary oi vjo.vuu a
year, Mr. Johnson was able to savo
nearly two-thirds of what he received
during Ids term, and no ono will deny
Hint no inainiauieu ino uipuiir ui mu
nfflen fully as well as Gen. Grant. Yet
post office organs win persist in asser
ting that nn Amorlcan President can
not live on tweuty-tivo tunes mo pay
nt an American mechanic, with addi
tional perquisites amounting in all
to 77,00O a year. New York Sim
Aa Miss lun Horn was walking
with her lover In tho suburbs the
other dav. n largo dog sprang at her
and tore'away the rear appendage to
her dress. The lover tainted away
with terror, but tho courageous girl
mnilnnttho doir with a brick, remark-
I n ir ns she dhfso : "That ar bustle
cost a dollar, nud it wasn't made for
nodog to chaw up olllior." Louisiana
Mr. A. IL Langworthy, repsenting
the wholesale hardwaro house of
Itashcol, Miller & Co., of St. Louis
visited our place last week. The
hnusoof 11. M. k Co. (until roccntly
ir. ltnslicol & Co.) Is one of tlio oldest
and lending warchousecstahlishments
of Si. Louis. Mr. Lnngworlhy will
G. T. DUNN,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
NKW HOPE, MO.,
AIko Notarr Publle. will nraetlee In the
Courts of tho Nineteenth Judicial Circuit.
Special attention given to collecting.
It. C. MAGllUDER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice In the Courts or tho Nineteenth
ludlulul Circuit. piortinti
ATTOUNEY AT LAW,
Will nmctiea In the Courts of the Nineteenth
Judicial Clrriilt, and pay special attention to
collecting, omee overnnnK uunuiny. jvnaaa
ALLEN ts I1AKE1L
ATTOHNEY8 AT LAW.
Acents State and Phtualx Inmiranes Cob
panles. nud Heal Ktate Agouts. J. It. At-
kk, ?iuiari niDiic.
town last Friday.
Col. Thos. M. Carter caught a cat
fish last week that weighed fifty-
County court will meet west Mon
day In regular term.
en 1 1 iinin reifiuuriv niiuui utuij nini
five davs to solicit trade, ami .we
think our inorcliants will Dud it to
thoir inlerost to "give the boy a
chanco" forashnro of their orders."
Several lawyers from this place
were In Warrentou last week attend
ing circuit court
11. W. WHEELEU,
ATTOUNEY AT LAW.
Will attend to any prttsesslonal Kindness la
the court of the Nineteenth Judical Circuit:
alto prosecuting attorney of the county ami
notary public. ptu&va
F. T. WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Alto Notary Publle and Heal Estate Agent,
will give "pcclnl attention to eollertlan.
resl OMtntu practice, snd the Investigation or
Und titles. fJT office In e'erk's bulldlnr.
went room, rtatlifactlon given or no eliargs
FHAZIEU is COLUERT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will nractleo In the courts or the Nineteen!'
Judicial Circuit. Special attention kIvcb t
collectlons and to the sale, purchase aar
lemlnx f real cutate; abitrorts or titles.
wurratitN. doeds, deeds of trust snd mort
iriijrei mudu on short notice. Larse nussber
or vaiiiaoie isrma ior me. inicv vn ji
street In Henry's building, upstolrs. faTv
" KNOX ft NORTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
rniiirrnni AHli Real. ESTATK AQKNTS.
Particular attention given to conveanrlng
and examination or ian
bnd titles, and contra
real estate. We stake a
specially of coilsctii. all kinds of elslsss,
notts, bills, etc. at a rsawaaMs