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THE TROY HERALD WEDNLSUAr, OCTOBER 24. 1877.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 24, 1877.
iTii nw aovktisinq.
i snnsro 1 Insertion,... $1 M
fciiih additional liwrtlon 75
AdiiilnlKtratorH' Notice 3 00
Kf mil Settlement Isotler J
may Notice (Mimic stray) .. 3 oo
r.nch lulilltloiiAl Ktruy lit sania notice. . 1 oo
Liberal deduction will be made to regular
Advortlncmcnts will tnVo the regular run
ef the iaicr. Extra churjfo inadu for prs
No ecrtlllcntc of publication will be made
ilitll Mich publication nan uecn nam iur.
J ho iion-obucrvauce of this ruin has been
the occasion of much trouble ami actual losn.
Our term arc : CVli In advance, on Mib
dntlons; cash on delivery, for Job work
ml on demand, fur advertisement).
A illnpntcli of llm I81I1 from Kansas
City says : "George W. Miller, J. H.
Ham mul Edward L. Stevens wcroar
ictilcd on a requisition from tho gov
ernor of Texan, charged with forging
mul iMulng deed to Isigo tracts of
land In tho Lone Star state. '1 here
mo tWBiiiy-oiic Indiuttneiits against
the mlhoncrs, und they li ft lor the
South this morning t charge of tho
detective". Tlio men urn all well
known hero, Stevens being a sou ol
iludge Stevens and highly connected.
Miller Is a gmnblcr und formerly
lived at Indianapolis. Hum is
thouitht fo be the prlmo mover in the
ttintler. and a year or two since win
hardly worth a dollar. Lately ho lias
lorded It about in grand style, hi
money being lavished Indiscrimi
nately. Standard Calicos So
llleached Cotton ft to 10a
Ilruwii Cotton 0, 7 and 7 l-2c
Heavy Jeans 'JO. 25 and 35u
llrmvy Cotton Flannels 8 to lOn
Heavy Twilled and All-wool 1-Ian-nels
12 1-2 to 40c
Men's Heavy Kip Boots y2 25
Boy's Boot 1 25 to 2
The following Is lite text of tho bill
introduced by Senator Ingalls, au
thorizing tho coinage of the standard
liver dollar and restoring it legal
tender character : "Ho It enacted,
itc, that there shall bu from timo to
ilmo coined at tho mint ot the
United Slates, silver dollars of the
weight of 412 1-2 grains standard sil
ver to tho dollar, as provided tor in
the act of January 18,1837, and that
snld dollar shall bo leail tender lor
nil debts, public and private, except
where gold coin is required by law."
Don't buy your winter boots until
vnu cxiiHiluo our stock. We have the
Hivl and Cheapest Boots in tho mar
hot Wiioj.K.u.K & Hand.
CHEAP DUNTIMTRY-PRICUS TO
SUIT TUG TIJIIiK.
Dr. A. K. Noel, resident dentist ol
Troy, will do work In his line at the
following rules, and in ull casus guar
antee satisfaction :
A set ol teeth for $8 00
Gold fillings 2.00
All other illltngs 1 00
Teeth extracted without pain by
the uso of nitrous uxide gas.
Tho cxeellont condition of tho
ground and the well matured wood
makes thin tall an excellent time to
plant nursery slock. TIioku In need
if anything in that lino will Hud it to
their iutoieot to omuiiIuo tho adver
tisement of Buflnlo Nursery in an
other column. Nice upplo trees ut
tho nursery at $10 per 100.
A. M. Siiui.TS,
Two Car l.mit ol llenilng and
The largest assortment ever brought
to the county, and ut one-half of 'for
mer iricet. Call and see them bulore
purchasing elsowhero ; it will do you
good. All stoves and prices guaran
teed. B. S. Ckkwh & Co.
unpoftiura or i'akiiiox.
Mrs. lloblusoti has just returned
from tho city will) a lull stock ol
Millinery Goods Hats Bonnets,
Plumes, Flowers and Notions of all
kinds, all of the latest si) lo. Parties
ttlar attention paid to Dress Cutting
tor ladles and children; ulso tiiampiug
for braiding and and embroidery. La
dies would do well to glvo her u cull
and cxainiiKi her goods betoro pur
chasing elsowhero. 40
Farm for Mule,
I offer my larm lor sale, situated
three miles south ol Troy. It
contains 182 acres 5 100 acres in cul
tivation and 25 acres good bottom
laud. House with 6 rooms, well In
tlm ynril, good orchard. Any one
who wants 11 good larm in a good
neighborhood, come and fee
m W. T. I'OWKM,.
"He was pretty good ut tho play
loudness," said Mr. Grant, couti'tiipU
lively regarding the lombol Slinks
peace, "but 1 should like to Imvoseen
tiiiu Gtfluiutf Bob Leo or trying to he
u (torn! President with Charles Sum
ner chairman of Hi" eoniiiiltie on for
,1gu wlallvui.-JfrcAetfcr Democrat,
THE ST. LOUIS MARKET.
From the Kepubllcan, Oct. 10,1
WHEAT Samples sold lower and closed
2c oft, and were dull as but few millers were
In tbo insrket. tirades were certainly dull
for cash, and sold lower for future. For Mo
2 winter 1 30 was asked and $1 34 bid, and
l 14 for Mo 2 spring, with $1 12 bid, Con
tracts of No 3 winter tor October were ef
fected at 1 261, for November at 1 20, but
closed at 1 25, December at 91 20 down to
ftl 251, Wlillo il 25 was asked the year,
with tl S8J bid. No 2 spring sold the month
at $1 13, am) November at t HH($l 10,
Future sules, comprehending 3:15,000 bush
ells sput No 3 winter, sold cash at 91 28.
For No 4 l 17 was asked, with tl 10 bid,
and 01 05 for rejected, with Otic bid.
COItN Was 111 fair demand and steady
for cash and futures tinner toward the close,
and In better movement for the month and
Obtobcr. Hales No 2 mixed wero at'41c,
for October at 4l41jc und November ut
412c For December 40cwus linked andllOjc
bid, and sales the year at ittlt&Wjc. Tliero
was n good order dcniund for wliltc-mlxcd.
and sales were at 47c, tho closing price for
the past three days. For rejected 40c was
naked and It! J So bid,
OATfj-Ditll at 25J to 2UJ.
UYK Dull and lower, selling at 6JJ
We quote : Inferior trashy lugs $1 7."iS ;
common dark hijji rough tied $23 ISO ;
fair to jood dark log tjj tA)(di 75 ; fair to
food bright lugs J2 7.VLW 75 5 common dark
leaf $1 751 75 ; medium dark leaf ?." 25(3,0;
medium red tour $) 507 M ; good to tine
red lear?8(fidl ; medium hair hrlght wrap
iln; leaf $l5(lti ; medium bright wrapping
tcafOtililo; good to fair bright wrapping
leal tJXifj.'.O. Tobacco In boxes and small,
irregnar packages, generally .VteGj.Sl per
loo lbs less than quotations for lull-sized
CATTl.K Alfulrs at the yards were or a
tame character tlivonglinut. The attend.
unec of the different eludes ofhuyer wat
llglit, and thnsa present manifested thrlr
UMnd indifference as regards operating. In
native cattle tliero was nothlni; doing and
the few hales made of butchers' stun" not
worth mentioning. Idsteru shippcis held
off, while the offerings ol good native ship
ping steers wero scant. Local speculators
and Interior shippers paid the following
range : $2 20(5.2 00 for common to good
Texan cows ; $2 12JS2 M for common to
fair Texan mixed ; 4-J 75 lor medium native
oxen ; ?2 ,.iQi:i l.i for fair to good Texan
steers, ami $.'1 lor Indian steers.
HOUS Tin) hog market was slow and
weak, yet nritwltsumllng the ollUhnes or
buyer towards operating and tlio liberal
supply on sale, sellers managed to work off
their stock at declines of about ."ifTf.lOc per
loo lbs on all grades. Packers were the lead-
lug operators, although shippers also oper
ated to some extent, the range paid by these
two clime of buyers bcliitf 4 CU(3 10 for
light flipping to good heavy bacon hogs.
No doubt buyers tire afraid to operate ex
tensively (rum the fact that both the bog and
prnvUloii niurkvts are so uncttU'd. The
market closed low. Values wcuk .it 4 (HI
4 S5 lor light shipping ; 4 N!(W;5 ror bacon,
and C55 25; for butcher and extra hogs ;
stockcrt extremes f.l 25 15 per 100 His.
Slll'.l.r Uood grades In good demand.
Values weak at the following range: Wo
quote common to luirnutlvenlieep ut 2 40
3 25, guoil to choice :i (W I ilo, and common
to good lexans 2 0,)3 25, mid choice a 4J
Powerful, Antlperlodic uud Ionic
Nature's remedy lor Fever and Ague.
Never known to tail in a siugiu cuse.
Tills popular remedy dill'urs I10111 all
other -iyue Cure, 111 being free I10111
all poisonous effects 011 tlio system ;
it enters into tho circulation and de
stroys all malarious poison, and thus
eradicate llm ill HI HUM u 1 1 hint t llhn.
duclng any of those dislressiug alter-
niiKBiiuiiH, iicii us iniuess ami pain
in inu noun, ringing 111 the ears and
Partial deafness. Trv it iiw umi
you will never he without It.
43 J. (J. ItirjirAftiiHiiv. Ii-nii.
For salu by all druggists. St. Louis.
Despondency, If allowed unrhocked,
will often produce a morbid condi
tion, so thai tho least unsatisfactory
allair that happens will swell Into
terrifying proportions. Tho mind
being warped often Imparts torpidity
to llm bod v. all of whli-h
qiieutly is tho effect of Inaction ol tho
uvcr 1 nan 110 m any other i;aue, and
by resorliug to Simmons' Liver Keg
ulntor tlio mind will often find relief
with the body.
TROV MILL,' CA8I1 PRICES,
R Hour per liuudred 3.50
XXX " 3011
Meal and flour always nn hand for ex
cliango. E. NOUTON & SON
Instruction lu Music.
I will glvo instruction to pupils In
miiNiii uutsido the school, either at my
boarding place or tho residence of tho
pupil, ou lbs isine tonus as at school
Haw It Is Bane
The first oboet In life with tlm
Amerlosn psnplo Is to "get rich;"
the second, how to regain good
health. The first can bo obtained
by energy, honesty and lavlmr: the
second (good health), by using
Grbkm's Avqvbt Fi.owRn. Should
you be a despondent sufferer from
any or llieclfeclsof Dypepsla, Liver
Complaint, Indigestion, etc., such as
Sick lloadaohe, Palpitation of tho
Heart, Sour Stomach, Habitual Cos
tlvenesi, Dlztlneis or tho Head, Ner
vous Prostration, Low Spirits, etc..
you need not suffer another day. Two
doios of August Flower will relievo
you at once. Sample bottles 10 cents.
Regular size 75 cents. Positively
sold bvall tirst-clais druggists in tho
fit J TV1C! and Kcvolvers. Illustrated
VJl' LlO price list tree. Urcst Western
nun works. 1'ittsburg l'a.
Q Tfl dl A a star toAUKNTM.
$tt i vplu OUIIIt I'RKK.Nena
stamp. Thk Nation!, Monthly, Lock
no, wasningioii, i. j,
Thousnnds will bear testimony (and do It
voluntarily! that Vetrctlue ts the best medi
cal compound yet placed belere the public
or r (novating hihi puniying me mooti.
nni nen Ilarvett for Agents. We send
ullLU free our new 40-mnre Illustrated
Jewelry and Wutch eatalogue with In-true-
tiuus now 10 make money. Aim. in, gkii
NCUH fcCO.,lli!la..la., or Milwaukee, Wis
NOTIICitm I For Hums and Scalds, Itlto
. 1 r tu . .. 1 ... ! I. .. ..
nr.tTir.ii ui iim-cm. i uinuu -vj.
Frozen l.lmlis und Farts, discharging dorcs,
.Milk leg, aorcand weak eyes. Hoils, Carbun
cles, Felons und Styes, sore Nipples, broken
ItrrustK, Kryslpelas, acute I'ains, Headache,
Kuracbeuud Toothache, blind and bleeding
r les. b ee t nit or tlio Liunrs. uterine iicin-
morr hairo and Intlatuiitintis and uleerations
peculiar to females l Sanvoiiii'm Kxtkact
or WITCH Ha.kI. Ask ror It. beealisi It is
better, stronger and cheaper than any other
anuis warranted ny weekx.v roller, wuoie
sale drugg.,::u) Washington st..l)oi.tou.Mass.
KOIl PAIITICtll.AltS APDIIKHH
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
820 Rroiidivar, N. V, 4!lly ;
C'ulcugo, III ; Net Orleans, l.a.,
or Nan t'ranclsca, Cal.
WITH A COT.D Is ALWAYS DANQKKOUS
WELLS CARBOLIC TABLETS
11 sure reni'.-dy tor COtmilX, and ull dis
eases 01 mo nroai, l.uiiks, tuuest ana
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
80l.ll UY AM, llttUUdlttTS.
C. N. Critteuton. 7 Sixth avenue. New York
TIidu wUhlnic Keller and Cure ror litll1-
TUIlK should consult Dr. J. A. 8I1KKMAN.
t!.kS liiDailwav, Ji. ., or send lor new
book with l'hotogrupldi: likenesxes or bad
ciim's bitl'ore und utter cure, lie ware ordieats
who pretend to rurnish llr.Sberman's treat
ment. One or these fellows, a German clerk,
now calling himself Dr. W'.ti. Cremplen. it
Indicted ou complaint , or Dr. S. and awaits
trial for forgery and embezzlement.
Sweet Navy Chewing Tobacco.
was awarded hlglient Prize at Centennial
reposition lor tine chewing qualities ami
lutlng character or sweetening and flavor
ing. II you want the be-t tobacco ever
made ask jour grocer I'm- this, und sen that
eueh plug bears our blue strip trade-mark,
with words .lueksou's llest on it. Sold ut
wholesale by ull jobber -semi lor sample to
C. A. Jackson A Co., M'ls., Petersburg, Vu.
fllotto: i:xcel. I Kitnbllahcd I8SO
K . GO F! MS EL' S
Cor. Jefferson ana d Rtreet,
St. CJliarles,. - 31 o
My twenty-four years' exp'rlenee in the
business ouvht to L'lre me a gnat atlvautavn
in the I'h ttogratililu Art. Copying I make
a spei laltv, and tlulli lu Crayon, Ink, Wa
ter Colors or In Oil, All Iboso wishing
Conies made will lilld It to their iutere-t to
write mo or apply to II. W. Kemper, Ksip.
Troy. Mo. I will he utTroy one week every
ij At Pair Prices. J
U- UOKIICL. I
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS,
We Keep the Largest Stock In the County
Plnin Walnut, Rosewood
Ordors, day or tuiflit, will rcculvo
prompt attention. Also keep a
Stock of Shrouds.
Mctalio Durlal Cases fumlsliod on
than any other liouso in the county.
L. II. lloon. Texas. J. H. Oiikex. Mo.
C. II. Van Ulaiikin, N. V.
HOOD, GREEN & VAN BLARKIN,
Real Estate Agents,
JEFFERSON CITY, IO
Oo u general Ileal Kstutc Uuslness. To
nart'es desirous o' selling real etuto we
beg leave to call their nttcutlon to the fact
that one or our linn Is always In the Kast in
ducing capitalists to Invest In Western real
estate. Our commissions light. No sale,
no charge. We also oiler Tor sale tine farms
lu Missouri, in various counties. Wo sell
at great bargains and on long time, part
cash, balance 7 per cent. Interest. We ex
change public lands and improved reul es
tate lu Texas tor Improved farms in Mis.
Missouri. Ou first rhis real estate iuy part
in cash, ci.uhllug parties desirous 01' emi
grating to Texas to uet their homes while
land is yet cheap. Ull Ides anil maps sent
free to all. AdiU'ess us at Jetl'erson Cltv,
Mo. Kellable agents wanted lu every
county to represent us.
o't 17-77 II., (I. & V. It.
SAM'L T. EAST.
Drugs and Medicines,
Have a I way 8 on Hand a Complete Stock of
Drugs end the Popular Fatent Medi
cines of the Day:
LEAD. PAINTS, OILS,
V;1BN!6ttS yljjs WINDOW tjlASS,
X O ' '
The Latest Patterns of Wall Paper,
.ILL, MARKED DO WW.'
A Good Line of Combs, Brushes. Toilet
Soaps, Albums, Cigars, Tobacco,
Pipes, Confectionery and
ILVhlFS Mj STOCK.
HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Miscellaneous Books and Stationery
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES.
5&Particular Attention given to the Com
W pounding of Physicians' Prescriptions,
none but the Purest Drugs used, and invaria
bly compounded by an experienced and com
Geo. W. Momb, Jacob Mbtss,
MOHR & METZ,
Keep const Antly on bund
n f Mil Hi-flt or Undertak
ing Uooda, nuchas Walnut,
Ulo White and Ini'l Hose
ol all isee, Lininga,Silrer
Plated Ornaments, Han
dles, Ace. Orders left with
hs (day or night) will be
filled on very Short No
tice and at REASON BBLE
Repairs of Furniture Attend
ed to Promptly.
Shop at Postoflice Build
ing, TROY, no.
J. It. CAltUOM., lrcst. (t. .. MOOIIE, V. I'.
LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
Assets .Ton. 1,'"7, fjnld coin....$l.'i!1,847 "!
.Surplus as to policy holders .... SW.n&l W
Lcland I Stanford. I'rcM Central l'aelflcB.U.
Newton llooth, United .States Senator
.Samuel l.avelisnn. Merchant
Frank Miller, Cas'r Nt'l Uold ll'k Mills, Ve Co
K. II Mott Merchant
J. K. Houghton, l'res't Home Mutual Fire
Insurance Co.. Sun Knuiclnco
II. S. Crocker Merchant
It.C. Clark. County Judge
Kdward Cadwaladvr. Itroker
Ourge A. Moore. Insurance
I,. A llooth. Caiiltall.t
I,. S. Adams, Merebunt
It. T. Ilrnwu. Capitalist
K. Mills. Prs't Nat. (lold l'U D.O.Mills & Co
M. Ilryte, Caliltallst
Tlie I'aellic Mutual is the only company
that Ouarnntccs on every anniversary nn
cipiitiible dividend land Cash Surrender val
ue In plain llgurcs on the policy.
W. A. BRAWNERi Managerfor Missouri,
N. V. Cor. 3tl sua Ulive at..
ST. IiOUlS, - MO.
W S. Hi; IT, Med. Kxnmliicr, Lincoln Co.
AtS't for UlolnCo.