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THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 24. 1878.
At tho Stoi'p P
T. W. AVITHROW,
Mt be fount! a complete asaprtment of
me auove nomis 01 .im "
tocttacr with full stock or
Saddle and Harness-Makei's Haitfuare
HOUSE & SAP
BLANKETS, Also, Tnnb, Valises, Traveling-bags,
All of which are offered t tlie most reas
onable CASH PRICES. A spulallty i
HOLE IpATllEli A Vl'VEllS,
or every kind and all of the bet quality,
and told' at prices that cannot be duplicated.
Buggies Trimmed to Order.
ALL WORK WABBASTEBi
Always on hand.
IS TIIU 1'liACE.
to nvw iitEim.
Will Nell to Suit Ihc Times.
I AM NOW nollinjr trens nt tJio nur
sery on 12 months lime, wltlmut Interc-d,
for f MM per litiinlrt'il ; for Cash nt i?li per
hundred ; ami l..M per il-'Zen. V:tr, eherrv
.and plum trees, M cents each pi'sii'li 'Jil cenfs
ioU; oran-c.', 1st class, i.oii per l,Hy
2nd class, ?l.7' per l.nuo; All oilier slock
about the Mime in previous seasons.
Don't forget, that our eastern neighbors are
feodln; npplcs t'o stock with good io-ii!t,,
whilst wo hnvo only n niity supply lor
fsmllv u-c. Also the eastern fnrmcr.s hare
their darrein of cider mid mi iiliumlaiiei' cf
the best apple vinegar, mid here either Is a
rent; with Jibe majority ol larnl Hi--. And
vet wo most nil cultivate 'more land tluiii Is
profitable and have cillcii an abundance of
-wusuauu worn out minis uiai cnum ne mane
prnfiuhlo II set In tree", besides iinprotlng
the eoudillon ol' the laud.
A. 91. SIITJI-TfiiJ.
WHOLESALE AXV It UTAH HEAI.CU
WATCHES, " DIAMONDS,
ritEACH 4 LOCKS,
Silver and Plated Ware,
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
NO. 210 KORTU FOllfni STREET,
f Dot ween Olive nnd I'ino Street,.
ST. XjOXJIS, JMLO.
May . 18Jop
The undersigned has a tine stork of pure
llorkslilro hogs, and cup furnish pi en singly
mid ill- palm not akin, af reasonable pries.
Lives two tullei aud a half north-east 1
Xiyi It, I'. FAKMEI.
JOHN P. LYNOTT,
HARDWAEE AND CUTLERY,
' Tools, 4c,
WINDOW SASH AJm GLASS,
Awi Everything that may be classed under the vowe ff haid'
snii STORE ON MLAIX KTREET, TRqV. RIO
TOE ft ACE
To Find tho Largest and Best Stock
SCHOOL JXOGEiS Afi STATIONERY.
2t!wms ana Pict ure Frames
PERFUMERY A2iD FANCY- ARTICLES,
Soaps, Kruslies and Combs,)
PIPES. OIGABS, TOBACCO;
LAMPS AND LAMP C III 71 N E VS,j
PAINTS, OILS AND WALL PAPER,!
RYE AND BOURBONi WHISKIES,
Imported nnd IVn.ti.vo Wines,
(VOU MKDICIKAI. USK), 13 TUB
Drug and Medicine House
1T f fAfif
ANDERSON & WILLIAMSON,
' CHAIN OF ROCKS, MO.,
Luiabor YaTtl andPlaningMilis
Keep eoiistantly on hand all klndt of Inmher
of eery irrade, whleh thevhell at -St. Louts
prlees They eall inpeelal attention to tho
iinatlty of tho wmk done hv their planing
mill, helm; KitUtled that for UnUli and stvlu
It eannot he vurpawd. till u lew dnvn' im
tleo will fiiriildi Syeamure floorini; nnd
.lilin?. Will turnlsh kilnxlrlcd lumlier on
ten days notice. l)rdur reipectfully ollc
Ited. UrTrW'o keep n bran eh yard nt Mr. I.. C.
Wright', in Troy, where anything in our
Hue can he Ud. n3ftpt!ni
FINAL SKTTL K XI KX T . Nol I cc
Im hereby (riven that the undeilneil,
ndmlnlktratorol' the otatc of tturton itnli.
hard deed, will make a lln.il nettlement of lila
ailmiulMratlon of atd etate at the next
term of the Lincoln county l'ruhMu Court to
tie begun and held at the court houolnTroy
on the xecoudMtnday in .lunuarv. 1874.
uovlOp 17 r yj. YWUNO, Adjn'r.
MISS SARAH J. FENTEM,
Fancy Goods cte.
ACOMPLKTK ASSORTMKNT of the
lat m t-tylet of Ladles' HonneU, UuU,
and uimln-s alwaynonhaiiii.
C3Ttore oter Xortou A Brother's.
Owe door South of the Laclede Jlotol,
PRANK WOLF. - Proprietor.
Slmlny, Shauipoouluff and Ilalr-eutliof
In the hiKhcil stylo of the art. I.adlM
Uolr Drculnk'- (v8nJ0yl
THE ST. LOUJS.REPUBLIGAN.
What Is Said or It.
Opiniont of the Contemporary Prett.
Terms to Subscribers for IB74.
WUCEMEWTS TO rOKlH CLUBS.
The St. Louis Hcpubllcan lias been en
larKcd eight columns and l now n llfty-Mx
column paper, equal In Mm to tho largest
dnllyjournal publlnlicd Initio country. Con
cermiiB lu character n a iiewfpnpcr tho
nepubllean Is disposed to Indulge In no vain
f lorlotu boast, but bcllevlnx that Its course
n tho pant Is tho best Index of the spirit
which will control Its future management, It
refer; with satisfaction to-the annexed ex.
tract from a few of the many flattering uo
tlccn of iu contemporaries !
from the llrunawlekrr.
The bet newspaper in the statu.
From the Page County (lows), Democrat
Tills is the leading pnperof the Mississippi
From the Marxhficld Democrat.
Tho ablest and most Independent journal
In tho country.
From the Chester (Ills.) Clarion
In point of excellence as a news Journal
the Hcpubllcan has no peer In Alnerca.
From tho Callaway County Vindicator
Olio of the best, most reliable and carefully
conducted papers in the United States.
From the Leavenworth Commercial.
The Republican Is an excellent newspaper,
though we do not agree with It In politics.
From the Indianapolis .Sciitlurl.
In news capacity and editorial conduct
equal to the in-st in the country, and the
icauer in me vci.
From the Western Commercial.
We esteem It to be one of the bct news
papers In the world, and the ciy best west
of New York city.
From the Independence (Mo.) Sentinel.
As an Independent newspaper, the St.
Louts Republican has but few equals aud no
In the whol,- enuntrr. the Uenubllean In now
also one of the largest.
IFront tha Pleasant Hill Dhpatch
If any of our readers want to take a rella
bio paper in every seiisu of tho word, let
them sond for the Republican.
From tho Mexico Intelligencer.
The bust newspaper in tho West, and
second to none in the country. Independ
ency does not teem to hurt its prosperity
From the Louisiana Journal.
Asa reliable news aud commercial paper It
stands without a rival. Slioul-I be In thn
hands of every business man tu the great
fFrom the St. Charles (io.) News.
To say that the Republican is the best and
most Influential newspaper in tho West,
would bo pimply to as.ert a fact acknowl
edged for years.
From the Klrksvlilu Register.
As a newspaper tho Republican is second
to none in the West, and alter the New York
Tribune and Herald is perhaps the best in
rt-'rom the PlattklmrL' (Mn. l.ovrr 1
Notwithstanding the Republican basabnn-
From the Jackson Cash Hook.
Ides being one of tin; best newspapers
uoueii mo support orpariy.lt has liotexperi
cnccdllirsliglitcstdiiiiinuilou In udverti
flynreari and we am Ingenious enough to
confess that we cannot do. without It, it I
monument of rjournallstlo till. arid enter
prise which the entire South and West shouki
be proud of, ,
From the Ilea Moines Register.
, Has exerted and is still exerting n thiptat
Influence oo Western journalism. It bs
character, candor, and Is generally aa fair in
politics as In other things. Then Is m
bluster or brag about It, nor Is It rapid or
racy In nil of the features or Its conduct and
management, but It rarely falls to invealltho
news that Is going, and It always has all tho
Important news in full. Whatever Inde
pendent Journalism is, or whatever It may
mean to he, tho Republican Is the fairest ami
most honest type of it that we have is
Term f ftsfcsjerlstUn t
THK WEEKLY REl'ftlLlCAN.
One copy, 1 year, (S3 numbers) S3 e
Thrco copies, 1 year. ft
Five copies 1 year 8 Oft
Ten copies, 1 year 16 (
Twenty copies l ye r 95 0
THE DAILY REPUBLICAN.
The St. Louis Republican, published CTf ry
morning, will be furnished to wall tub
scrlbcrs at tho following rates,
One copy, one year 9 IS 00
Three copies 1 year Sit (K
Flvo comes 1 year ft 00
Ten copies 1 year 100 S
THE Till-WEEKLY ItEPUULICAK.
The St. Louis Republican. Trl-weekly edi
tion, published Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays, will bo furnished to mail subscribers
nt (he following rates :
One copv, 1 year S 8 00
Thrro copies, 1 year 17 00
Flveeoples.lyear S7 00
Ten rniiles, 1 year 68 00
jrJTropers nre not sent unless paid for In
adtuticc. nnd Invarlnbly discontinued attli
end of tho time paid for.
How to Rend ffloner.
Remittances may bo made by draft, money
order or registered letter, irt our risk. Ulvo
Posl-oltk-o address In full, t-ieltidlng Slat
and county, aud address OEUOUE UNAPP
& CO., .St. Louis, Mo.
We will cheerfully send specimen copies or
the Republican free to liny address, fc'eiul
for a copy and examine It.
Terms to Agents,
Postmasters and others forming clubs anil
netiug as agents for tho circulation of th
Republican, may retain in per cent, on all
subscription nnd add single copies at club
rates alter the club Is formed.
TheMlssouri Republican weekly edition Is
printed on Thursdays, and the date in its
head lines represents the actual time of pub
lication. The Republican contains all tho
news published In the d.ilieson the day of its
publication, and Is printed in time to eo out
In the same malls.
Tho Only Direct Line to
ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,
St. Joseph. Lexington. Macon, Quincj,
Hannibal, and all Points
WoMt. ldtiNt ami Mouth.
04 milcsSliortoRt Iloiito toKausns Cltr
40 miles Shortest ltotitc to St. Joseph
TIIU ONLY ItOL'lT. 11UXKINO
Through Cars 1o St. Louis.
itlmim'H l?iili'o Oiix'm
On all Mght Trains.
At llutnap with Chicago, Rock Island and
Paclllc Railroad (Southwestern l)h Won) for
Leaxeuwoi-lh ami Atchison; at MotM.TOX
with liui'lln'ton aud Southwestern Railroad;
at Macon wlllijlaniub.il nnd St. Joseph
Railroad for (jiiiucy. Chllllcothe. Camcmu
and St. Joseph; nt Monftlll.V with Toledo,
Wabash and Western Itallwuvforliannlbsl,
Jacksonville. Sprin;lleld, and all points In
Central Illinois and Ohio; nt MKXI('t with
Louisiana New Short Route for nil points oa
Chicago and Alton Railroad ; at M. Lotus
with r,ll rail nnd river lines for points East,
North hihI South ; at Kansas City with
Missouri River, Ft. Scott and (Sulf, and Lea
venworth, Lawrence and Oalveston, and
Kansas Paeille Railroads for Ft. Scott, Ras
ter Springs, Ottawa, Humboldt, Lawrence.
Topeka, Emporia, Denver, and all points in
Kaunas and Colorado.
W. C. VAN HORSE.
Ucncral Superintendent, St. Louts.
P. It. tIROAT,
Orn'l Passenger aud Ticket Ag't, St. Louis.
July 2. 1STU.
f From the Neosho Tlmes.l
Coming intocxlsteiicolong bclore the state
of Missouri was dreamed of. it has kept pace
with the mil cli of events, and to-day Maud
at tho head of the press of tliu Mississippi
From the Gallatin (Mo.) Democrat.
For more than two-scuro of years ii has
been the most Influential paper In the Mis
sissippi vulley. To-day. in all that consti
tutes n first class paper, It Is without u rival
In tli.i great West.
From th Chlllleotho (Mo.) Constitution.
Tho sturdy, old Republican has long been
a "household word'' In tho West nnd t-oiith ;
pcoplo who do not agree with it in all things
are yet proud of its eminence, nnd it tinds its
way into every liauilct lu the laud.
From tho Sallmi County Progess.
Tim Republican has attained to uu inde
pendence which enables it to pur-lie -in un
biased cotirso with regard t-i political parlies ;
undpiiblicmcii,andto buluail things strictly
true to the best Interests of its thousands and
thousands of readers.
From the Columbia (Mo.) Hcrqld.
As an opponent of true Western develop
muni, us a friend to national progress and as
a xre.it cosmopolitan newspaper, the growth,
history and present influence of the lieimbll-
can place it ahead of any other paper west of
I-rum tho Sprlngdeld Times.
The largest newspaper west of Now York
city ; MM ulo the best. The older It grows
the more signs of vigor and usefulness it
shows; giving the Me to those envious Jour
nals which have spoken of it with dispar
aging epithets, because it would not bu a
slave to party.
From tho Howard County Advertiser.
There Is a fact now palpaploto all Western
readers, which is that the Republican lias
attained to that independent position which
enables It to take what ever course it pleases
in politics, mid its action, Instead of injuring,
seems to spread Its fame mid aud gaiu it 1
From the Osceola Democrat.
As an advertising medium, it is considered
bv business uimi lar the best of any other
Journal in the West. As a general news
paper, no nccier paper is puuiisiivii any
where, aud when we say tills much we but
utter the sentiments of tho reading public of
the great Mississippi valley and the whole
From the Now Orleans Times.
It has never been factious, extreme or vio
lent; and no matter what It opposed, its
tout lias been that of a sincere solicitude for
tho good of the community immediately
around it. and of tho country nt large.
During all this limn It has boeu measurably
well sustained nnd prosperous.
From the Columola Statesman.
Every now and then for thirty jears a
class of newspapers become oitcnucd at tho
Republican, and forthwith assure their
readers tt t rapidly declining In public
favor, If not on the eve of a collapse. Des
pite of (tall the Republican "still lives" and
gathers sticngtli mid patronage and public;
favor with increasing years Long may It
From tho Danville (Ills.) News.
Tho Republican has been one of the ablest
as It Is the oldest Democratic paper in tho
West, and we take occasion to mako partic
ular mention of it. because it wusonoof tho
tlrst to see the futility of trying to reform the.
evils that alTcctcd this country by insisting
upon retaining tho Dfliuncratlo organization
as a distinct party organization.
From the Springfield Leader,
Willie we iiiiqiiidltledly differ from, the
llnnu!illi-9ii oiiniiestions of nsrtv nollttes we
have no heart to withhold Iromlt the pralso KUBSCRIUE FOlt YOUkllOME PAPUK
it doserves as a newspaper. Hoy and man
man we havs read It rcgularly over twenty,. JjusTICEB' BLAUKi FOB SALE UKKK
TJior, .... MO
THORNHILL & BUSWELL,
furnished in good stylo, with its tahlo
supplied with the best the market affords.
Strangers stopping in Troy will tlud here all
the Comforts of home,
THE BAR '
Is stocked with strictly primo Liquors, nit-v
as llramlies. Whisky, Wines, Ales, Ulus,
etc. ; also the tincst brands of cigars.
A.. H UM. IN 10 II,
CENr.UAI, AGENT FOlt
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines
AND DEALER I
PIANOS AND 0R6ANS,
415 NORTH FIFTH ST.,
S, II. IRVINE, ARt
Ofllee at Mr. Ogden's over Norton's .tore,
where these machines may he seen In wsrk
lnr order. Attachments, oils, etc., slv
on hand. The Singer and other machlttw'
at freatly redueed prices. "",