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TtilE TKCTT jkErfALb,:Jb(liY, ARIL 17, 1878.
TUXtfil SMtiuff A4rrMaUf.
Under the tboro head tho Philadel
phia Ileal $tato Journal says:
A curions and interesting cam has
been decided la tho Superior Court, in
Yoking now and somewhat peculiar
points of law, of interest to all who ad
vertiao. Tho facts aro briefly as follows,
omitting tho naves of tho litigants : In
December, 1870, A, doing business ns a
wholesale grocer, discharged B, who had
been employed as head of the tea de
partment of his storo. B sued A in tho
Superior Court for 230, one avonth's
alary. In circulars sent out by A, was
the statement that they had the best tea
buyer, whose solo duty it Was to watch
tho market for bargains. A's defense
was that B spent too much timo in tho
tea market. Chief Justice Curtis charged
the jury on tho trial as a. matter of law
that "when n man presents to tho public,
in tho form of circular or advertise
ment statement, 'hu tn bound bythotxj
statements. It w not for him to say
that it is a matter of business, or when
business is dull as a matter of course, to
issuo statements that aro untrue. If,
after advertising hi wares, goods or
medicines with statements fur the public
to act upon, ho conic into n court of
justice, ho is bound by tlioso statement.
Tho law knows no diffcrenco between
pretenses that aro falsi except in tho de-
See of moral or criminal turpitude, and
tho punishment that attache to them.
The man who seek by f'abo statements
in regard to liU busiuesi through an ad
vertisement to ileludu tho public, when
he docs it to reap profit for bis own ad
vantage, is taking tho lint ttcp on that
road which terminates with falso pre
tciucs, with forgerv, with crimo and
with those nets wliicli imperil tho inter
ests of all of us, and which tend to de
stroy tho proper!, and perhaps tho rep
utation, of every citizen.
Tho jury gave a verdict against A for
92t3. It must lie admitted that there
is much sound prueiic.il common senso
in Judge Curtis' deeiiiuiu This is a
very diltercnt pi nut trom that covered in
tho decision in tho ca.w of Hull v. Hull,
Kimhark & Co., which our readers may
remember. In the. caso Ut named the
plaintiff tonic advantage of tho defend
ant's circular, otll'iing certain g'uods at a
very low price, to order tv largo lino on
speculation. Tho ordir was not filled,
but tho court held that the iL'ieiulantrf
were hound by tin offer inuda in their
circular, and tho plaintilf recovered largo
damage.!. J'ctli c:cs aw of importance,
however, nH showing th i practice of our
courts in lix.ng thu measure of legal re
sponsibility which they must nxsmuc
who make pofiitiw statements in udver
tiscment.i. Mn. Adam Baueau, United States
Consul General at London, iu a dispatch to
tho Stato Department at Washington,
refers to tho annual report cf tC3 Consul
at Manchester, mid invites particular at
tention to tho influx of workmen from
tho United States to various points in
Great Britain, whether as carpenters to
Manchester, masons to Louden and
Glasgow, or miners to Derbyshire, in
consequence of a notion spreading among
American mechanics that tho labor mar
ket on tho other sido of tho Atlantic is
better tlian in tho Unitod States. Ho
says that, utilc&i tho mechanic has pre
viously obtained a contract Insuring liim
employment, ho-now irencrally find him
self without cither money or work ; his
condition rapidly becomes wor.se, and he
u obliged to part with his clothintr. in
ord.T to obtain food and lodging, until
finally bo appear at tho nearest United
States Consulate, half BWrrcd, and with
hardly buflicient raiment to cover his
nakudticM, begging to bo sent back to the
United States. Tho Consul General urges
tho importance cf bringing beforo Ameri
can mochanii's tho improvidence of their
course in Evoking wor!: from Rtrangcrs und
at a distanco from home, without having
iwsitivo aasuranto that tlioy will bo cue
eesKful, nud especially to warn such per
sous that the Connular officers of the
United States aro not authorized to grant
them any relief whatever.
"7 If you ehoukt run a brldgo six inches
wido from tho top of Trinity Church
btoeplo to tho top of "Oraco Church
xtcc pie, tho man that tried to walk safely
frem one to tho other would have an cosy
tiuk compared to the man that tries to
tell tho truth, without evasion, at all
times. Ilturg Ward Beecl.tr.
Young mau, beauty fades as the years
go by. Don't fall in lovo with a woman
ijimply because bho bus a pretty face.
iU'inembcr that a wealthy father-in-law
is better tbau tho rosiest damsel in seven
r to Purify Air. &
At a mount eating of the Now York
Aoademy of useful Arts, attention was
called to a simple method of flltsriog e
air of an apartment. The object -fa to
free tho air from dust, cacossive damp
ness, and possibly from tho germs of
malaria. Tho contrivance oonskts es
sentially of a . fibrous woven fabric,
strengthened by brass wlro. , It is to
bo applied to windows and ventilators,
and may bo of service on railway cars to
eulade dust. It hat tho merit of
chocking drafts while admitting air. Its
general use might tend to prevent tho
spread of malarial diseases, and modify
the dangers that dirty streets occasion
to tho health of city residents.
Toko say ten gallons, new eider, and
suffer it to ferment fully, which will
probably bo in about two weeks if the
weather bo warm ; then add about eight
gallons of new cider for producing a sec
ond fermentation, and in about two
weeks add a like quantity to produce a
third fermentation. Stop tho bungholo
of the barrel with an empty bottle with
tho ucck downward and expose to tho
sun. When the vinegar is come, set in
a cool place. When making let there bo
a moderate degree of heat and free access
of external air. Tho process is hastened
by adding td tho cider a quantity of
mother of vinegar, as it is called, a whit
ish, ropy coagulum, of mucilaginous ap
pearance, which is formed in vinegar
and acts as a ferment. Tho strength of
vinegar depends upon tho amount of
sugar or starchy matter to bo ultimately
converted into acetic acid. Cider made,
from late apples is esteemed tho best for
vinegar. Scientific American,
The will of Annie P. Gc7cr, cf Bos
ton, bos been admitted to prcbatj, and in
addition to numerous private legacies,
contains tho following libcixl public be
quests. Harvard College, 8140,000, of
which $100,000 is to bo expended in tho
erection of a building to bo called Sever
Hall; 820,000 for library and 820,000
uninstructcd; to tho Boston Children's
Hospital, 810,000; Boston Port und
Seamen's Aid Society, Children's JILssion,
i Providcnco Association, Homo of Good
Samaritan, Now England Historic Geno-
ological Society, General Theological
Library and Young Mea'j Christian
Association, Training School ftff Nurses,
in Boston and tho Contissbl Entreat,
Tho amount of sugar annually con
sumed in Great Britain is 000,000 tons,
being about 00 pounds for every one of
tho population. Haw Migar, when im
ported, contains from - to 3 jkt cent,
of impurities. As much as three tons
of htonn have been found in a singlo cargo.
According to experiments mado by Dr.
Cameron of Dublin and Dr. Ilmwcl of
London, ns many its 100,000 mites are
sometimes found in c pound of raw augur.
A case was lately beforo the Circuit Court,
Glasgow, which showed that arsenic was
mixed with sugar. A captain was charged
with causing tho death of several seamen
by serving out putrid pork to them, but
on tho sugar being analyzed by Dr.
Maclagan of Edinburgh, it was found tu
contain sufficient arsenic to cause death.
This Migar was supplied to tho ship at
A Dutch sonman, being condomncd to
death, bad lib sentence commuted to
banishment for life upon St. Helena. On
; being landed thero ho btolo a coffin, mid,
naving marlo n rudder ot tho luJ, ven
tured to sea in it. When lib guards on
the ship, which had become becalmed
within a league and a half of the island,
saw tho strango craft floating slowly over
tho water, they at first imagined a bpec
Ire, but, on recognizing tho fugitive, they
took a voto of the officers and crow, and
it was decided to show mercy to tho cour
ageous fellow. Ho was picked up, taken
to Holland, and supported by tho crew
until pardoned through tho intercession
of tho late Queen.
Tho latest design for a funeral piece w
a ship, with black crap sails. Tho bull
of tho craft is thado with white rosebuds,
its masts urp of Faust pansics, tho main
one being surmounted by a whito dovo
with a spray of forget-me-nots in his
Tho firm but gcntlo hornet has shut
up his summer cottage and gouo into re
tirement for tho "Winter. His la.st
words were : " Wako mo up when the
first picnic starts out next .Spring. "
" Mother, it is of no usoj T can never
love 31r. Sprowler." " Well," said tho
mother, looking at her with hiirpri.se,
"that is no reason why you should not
Breeches of trust Those tiio lailc-r
isn't paid far.
any monoyyWta ma Uviag in Alabama
has m mlver Quarter, bearins noon it the
head of Jeffafon Davie, which wMeohttd
w 1862. l , '
"Well, may I how. then. dear. that
at somo future time I may have tho hap-
Sms of makingyott my wife? " " Yes,
ope so, I'm sure," sho replied, "for
rm gcttingtircd of sulngfcllowsfor breach
Marrhuraa are not olcntv enouch.
The Young ladies onghtio got up etriko
for their altars. The strike for the firos
can cotno in afterwards, when the quea
won oi ouuaing mem cornea up,
When Miss Kate loses her alatcstran
sho will And it in Johnnio.s skate: with
ncr missing Dottie oi iuk aDsorDca mere
in lor non-dotcctivo purposes. lioclim
"Silcnco in tho court 1" thundered a
Tonnossoo Judge tho other morning.
" Half a dozen men havn lxon mnvSnf ml
already without the Court's bavin limn
able to hear a word of the testimony."
Tho wifo of cx-Gov. Catlin, of Con
necticut, at tho maturo ago of 70t is a
fine swimmer, and every morning may be
seen buffeting tho waves off tho beach at
You put your finger in water. Ym
pull it out and look fur the hole. This
is very much liko putting money in a
Chieagosavings-bank. iXu$hville Amer
This fruit or grass on the garden or
form of an intestate descends to the heir
Necessity reforms tho poor, and satiety
THE ORIGINAL ft ONLY GENUINE
MOUNTED HORSE POWERS,
And Steam Threihcr Englue,
JIado ontr by
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.,
UATTl.n cnCEK, MICK.
VIIK iUnlelilffl't ntiiiav!ii(r Tlnir
l 'h4 It It ft t )-4tt llllvHItrl Ml tl tw i tV Ittli
rVM.dt.. i, Iti-utn ) I i:tvl-vloiltiT.n,'u.U,l'4
BltAIN TlnN'.H'Mvin rot Hnlnnle to tho
fiioniH.n. v,ii-rfOr.Hti-1 ilinr.nr m 4
tMi .tt huw t.ut Wl.tu i)it.VttaU..uti IU ullTvrrksi.
yHr- ENTHIK Thr:i;nsr Cpphhoi.
nii 1 H.it ii u i i ;( i in i ,(tt itn ) i (,,-,. i
tM I.-f.. t HI... t h.iLUl; l t.r n-cU 4Jili,.J.
Lt t KrrfT"int-7 f-Iinftti Tnilil. t?if Prun-
titoi, itiiMi i . t )iii i u hvi r. .
.! f II "it, h itrt.M'rttlii nii 1 iritn-'.i-in : nitni
fal'titi I'.-lV-lly,! ,itf 1 I it II f'hfin nit 1 r-.ii'i'J.w..
(.mil, Vut url).it , .i.,; tr e,Uo I, U.k .ur L. h.i, U
MOT only VnRtty Pupcrl'i? for Vnni,
in o it.i'vJif, i ti 1 u ki.i. i 1 1 ! i iit
p tiaiT)ni'ii.rlii rt t. 'J mt..t t',fl''it,r!i.rrr,n t
ft', ; 'irtti-iMo tt icU1m.iu" ti 'alillJi.is
t.t r.n ft .! tit lu Ij LiUa
A If Vi;i.nKfi for PlmpTIc-rtv.of Tnrf
i, rn r; l 'wr,. h 4t t , i trt
i iiuilkil II :i-u tn.ii in I., t'.s...
STEAM Porov T'irow!iri'; n Pprclnlty
tHMll. tWto.r.Oi J.i.WVAj ttki) ,k. u,iM, , t,H( I,
QKIl 1'nrlvaleil f!(cun Tiiroi?it? En
.itt mii.i t ttiiul.b I titui tt itii i it i i.at!:ttiiir
Ktitiifttj, !..tUjt.ii I tiny utiici Uua i n-i.il. !,
I hilt i, I-r a-.'it. it rr t'ttne. t tu fif.it i rt I .,..i(-in.-itt,
K.i titf "Viil4a.iA'"f iire'lki'1t.iniil aw Jurwim-iMUit,
FOR I'nrnrular? cnll mi nnr Drnlr
r t. t t.i lit; ,.,ki!i.:ta L'iii i.Ur, vt.tt.iVtf m.u
rnTHUSTEKS' SALE-W ho r i h
.A. Deilriuii Ui.licllliuil mil Kllxulietli l)o
Ijluinan, lilt wile. Iiy thi lr i-nriiiiu ilnnl ol
triiot ilutitl Oi'lonii"jal. 1S74. i ii I I'iM'tii'ili'i!
In hook No 'i, (mail of ivninli of lnit
iii!t us in i no liCL'oi'iiiir i oiiice nr i.iiiculli
enunty, Mn,, illU convey to tln unilfl'ilnii.l
ini'iiMMiii mo riKiH, line, ciiiini aim liner
cit o' tin Milil Duilrldi Dotiulinaii niul wife,
in. in nun in i iik iiiiiowniK ucma'iiiLMi rt'nl e.
tutt;. situate. IvIiil' ami lielnir in Hit .omil v
of l.liutulu, htntf of Mlfcmmn. niul iliHcriliiMl
n IoIIowh. tiMVlt: 'l'iii- iiiii'theust lruniliin.
ul (iiai lcr, MTtlim Ki, ti)wiilil 4K. raiiifu 2
cusi, ciiiiuiimn;; . iu:re, Iiciii um umu
tract nfhiiHl )invliaoU nl Ktuplion Unmoit
iy o. a. .unriui, tin per rci'ii iiiiiiiii jiiurcii
11. IH.")T. reeonleil atimsoTU. Itool: N. of rv.i-
oiiIhdI iIcuiIh of Miu'oln cmint.v, Mn. ; nlto
tlic Iractloiml (iiiartei' ul'imui'tcr MiL-timi 14.
lowilclilp IS. nillii 'i eal. niHtalnlnx 10.5M
in re-, piirviiasi-ii u ntil mini iiriiimt't iiy h:iiu
Martin, uh per tlrcil iitinu, whk-li miM enn
vcymu'o wui nniiln loncctiru the paynu iit ul
a certain lirimiUsorv nolo in kuIiI ilvcd nl
triiot tluiici'lliuil, ami wlioreaH Midi untn in
now j;it una ami rrtnuiiii unpuul. now,
tliurriurc, ut tlm rt'iiift nl'thu li'sl liolili-i-nl'
Midi nnte. tnnl Iiy virliiu ol'imilmritr y
r.uu uuuii vTiniurrcu, I ill nil
ShIUIiUv. .Ill III' 1. 1878.
Iirtwran tiio liours nf nlnu aVInuk tn tlm
iiii'i'iiiiun nuii PiuroYMii k intiiciirturii-aiiDt
nl' that il.iv, noil ut public viMulim Ijir rnth
at tlm lilirlieitt liliiilcr, t tlm cmirt huunc
ii'inrln tlm town of Troy, Lliicnlii itntuitv.
Mu,, thu aliovu ttuwrtluiii real uHti.to tn B it.
Ily m-iI1 nutu hiiiI tlm rotrt oi' cxcnitlui
IIIM UUSt. WJl. IllI.NM.MJKKl.T
"Baiiiii-liicii ynu can ensmre In.
MM Mm I " tu fit) per tluy innilu l.v
DCii. I any Worker nf either mx
" w " rlht In their .own loeati
tle. I'urtlenlurii ami aiiiplen worth 95 free.
llWroo your Miurn tlimi at thl lniillirh.
j Ailiiruea s riNsiix & Co., 1'ortlan'l, Maine.
FIHHT AID QRNAMERTAL TREES
Inolmllnir thitolit vhnlM ntailclnril tt Wfll II
the mro anil eholee .new varieties. lo
Kmpevlnm, ninall frintii.etc. hiiiI ncvcn urr
of clmlcn hciljto nlatitK, all xrovn on high
nnAilry tun 1, 3 mile nuiithpuiit of Troy, on
Trlrgrapli roml, anil 1 mile went of Moncow;
omeo on turnery Hrounu.
Hii.l fnr. nrw nl.riilireil Deserlnllvr Cat'
stogue anil Price l.lt, or better, rail awl
fo fnr yonrjcll ami tw coiivlneeil that I can
'apply otl with uiiTthln;r In the Nursery
line. Don't hit utilleil any louifor by nircntx
fromforvlKii mirHerlenlntn buvltiy utock of
them at exlrHViipint prlcen, but buy tint
urnr ttn) better 'lock of me for lent money
anil by iloli!'' you will enable ine .to kpcji
- ttrnt-1'laM mirxcry In your inlit, amtetl tn
vmtr watitx, nml every 010 cpent with mo In
Hint Hill c n rrinineii mi i nuueu iu iiiu ncuiin
of tlilx '(itnmiinlty.
With many thank lor the llber.it patron
ii I linvi; enl.ivt il from thin mid tho nilioin
Inif I'niintln. nml with il lull ilii'erilllliatlnn
to Inereu-e niul bullit up my Nuroen to Hip
biliel Ktamlani, I wiiti ii your imiiro pa
Tho-e llvinir at n ttManr npil wantliiif a
hlliofglo worth nr more, If they willbri i
hornu fee.l I will clve thein jfooil tnble room
ami licit ami imam uiein tree or ciuirsfc.
ScnJ lor new ;atalnue.
A.. 31. SIXTJL'TH,
'tr or, nio
Two ThoroiiKl bre.l .Stallion Coltn. oiip ui'il
llireo yearn oiii eoinini; kprnitf. very inn
nml laiue. .Sire linnorteil Nunoleun llo-
nupnrte. limn Imported Kugeiila.
High Urnde Nlatllon hiiI mnrcN.
1, i, :l nml A ycrolil, J u ml breil, extra
pooil. by linportPil Napoleoll lluilnialte
and Imported Uixitiarck
Champlau AlMiicfc, 1 and ft yeuw nl'l.
.Males and Female low tu uIom-.
Jcmeyn (A. J. C. O. II. It.) -mules ami fe
males of liupnrle.it Murk. Two exiru
bull i and I) j en I'M) Id.
llrrkMliIre malen mid lemale. low.
FaruiK unit laud In fti:iiitltiex to mill on
eay leuna, heloiiL'lH to .'tatt! (i. 1). Mvrl.
wether. II. V. I'. III.UCK,
Aherileeii. 1'ike eotinty, Mo.
For lui tlicr pui tieiiluri apply tu
JUU.N K. MEUliVKTIIKIt.
Li very Stable
Porter 13. Norton
Has opened a new Livel y hlable on Main St.,
Mitith or thu IMaiiters Iluiinp.
Nevi Bupgies and Fresh Hokes
For the Lover of I'leanut DiIvps
llo i titt- .1 daily hark line to Wentzvillt) Ii,
coiilieelliill with tlu -lal.le.
flultSKS IIUAUDKI) by tho day or week.
Troy Livery Stable
T. G. SYDXOR,
At the Brick Stables on Main Street
Stylish Turnouts! Reliable Horses
and Reasonable Hire.
Horskh JjoAitiiKK nvDAVon Wki:k.
Uy thu Uuy 1'i conlH ii feed, lly thu
LACLEDE LIVERY STABLES.
W. WALLACE BIRKHEAD
The Old Itellabln, liatllli; had his vehlelei.
thoroughly rep'iireil, it ready to furnlih
Aylb-h liivn-fitits and Mafo huie on horl
uutlvit at low pi li e-i.
HiiUlJlii. IIhi'kiin nml Wiiisnim tn hlro
llore boiinlcd by thu day or week at
rn ixor iililo rjrh'cs
Under tho l.uelode Hotel.
- TltOY, MO.,
FRANK WOLF. Propri or.
Shaving, ijliaiiiponnlit!; mid lliili'-viiuln
in tun iiikiiom my ut oi viiu an,
Ueniiinaki) tniiyey lnler al work lor u
Ibaii nt iiiiytliln cKm. (Jtiplt'd nut re
iillred ; vtn wlU,Marl you. per day
at ti'uliio inailo by tho iiidiili'lou. m.
women, boy anil rU wiiuteil every wlivi v'
to work for in. Sow Is the llinn. Curtly out
lit ami term" live. Add rem ".'iiui: fi Co.,
f Vi:.::. Apcwy ninei. visas
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write mo or apnlv to II. W. Kemper, K.i..
Troy, Mo. I will lie at Troy 0110 week every
ERADICATES AXJ. HAX.ARIAL.
DISEASES tvom tho SYSTEM.
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IHIO ires ui'fnvo. COO IliiRruv.
WeliNter "l tin Dii.ll. nary used in I Mo
Oov'meiit t'rllilliii! Olllve." Ali..lb"7
Every sehool and every fiiniily Hliould havo
it lor e.'ilintaut U-i and rul'ereliue.
Ht line-tment at ll eosi a father ran
make lur tint ediii.'iitloii ol liNeliildreii.
Several yeari I iter and i-ontaln 1 5 more
matter than uny otliur liu-o Dictionary.
Throii tholHand Illustrations In the hod v,
and tlic-.i repeated, Kl'uuped ai?d cla
illed ut tho end.
EtymnloioY and ili!!lnittoii far In nilraueo
ot th'o In any other IMcliotiary.
Rerotnuieiiiled tiy flutu supi. of schools In
31 xtatei and iimr.ith.il) Bit L,'ollee l'r.
i.onlain3MM llliftratloii, nearly three
times iim many us imv other Dletluniirv.
fETT MIWK ATlhethreo pletiuos of n
SHIP on pnn IT.'il theMi,loni llluMrutnlho
meiiiiln or more than loo word nml term
lur heller than they inl he deltiiod In word". I
.More than Ml.OUOoopici, liavti been phietd
ill tho pilhlluM-honl- ol tho l? lilted State.
llaH iioout IO.OOO woriU and meaning
not In other DietiouurleN.
. KinhiidieH ahotit too years of lltnrarv la-hoi-,
mid l k oral years hite.r thaii any other
'I'lio al of H'ehtiir'ji Dlctlnnarie k i ao
I lines ns reat at thu Mile of any other erles
I It lioi lightly Halniedtlint Webster it
THE NATIONAL STANDARD ?
AM a week In you" own town. C.'i
IIS Mil ultit li ru. .No i Nk.' Header
yjUIJ If you want a bushier ut which
w piroti of either dfx ean make
Itrcatpay nil the lime they work write IW
iiariiuulam tu 11. llAI.I.ElT ft Co.,I'uri!aiitf,
I.n'l' OF J'ljAXK. llltAMOK AP
I'l.lCATloNw for Memhel'Klilp atonlv
Kilty Cents a .Hundred. Tllty for 85 cr,it
tweiity.IHe le."J0 etuu e than that tium
ber 1 coin cavil.
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