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THE TROT HERAIJ), finEBbAyiOOTOBEB,' IMS.'
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, N7&
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rant satisfaction In prices and style of work.
Cassi on delivery for Job work, and caU
on demand for advertisements.
Milk. On and after the lat of May,
18T8, 1 will deliver Milk at 20c per gal
lon. Mbs. E. O. Hammond.
If you wont the most palatable rye
bread made, call at HcUriegel's City
The Singer Sewing Machines, i he Sett,
con bo bought of Thos. H. Harris, at
Crews' Hardware store, for $32.60, 835
and 238, as to style. Attachments Free.
FIFTY EWES FOR SALE.
In good order Missouri sheep.
Geo. B. Johnston,
St. Charles, Mo.
Drummers plentiful thia week.
The High school opeaa next Moatdsy.
Mr. Riokard returned today from
flying visit to Lookian.
Corn is tnrninc out less than wa ex
pected,, and oooinajidafQ perbemL
Miss Nellie Oillumhas been Ul of fe
ver several weeks, but is convalescing.
Mr. Bam Benton of Montgomery county
was visiting Uncle Dick Eates last Saturday.
Sore eyes prevailing among the little
ones, and whooping-cough has made its
The public school opened last Monday
with an enrollment of twenty-eight or
thirty boys and girls.
Mrs. Rebecca Crigger. died at the resi
dence of her brother, Mr. Andrew Co-
penhaver, on the 15th insi
Hon. A. H. Buckner passed through
this place Tuesday morning en route to
Millwood, where he had an appointment
Judge T. J. O. Fagg, National Green
back candidate for congress, passed here
yesterday to fill an appointment at a pic
nic near Olney.
Some of tne formers nave nnisnea
sowing wheat, others arc now sowing.
while some have not yet ploughed for
want of rain.
The funeral of Mr. Chas. Qillum was
preached by Uncle Jesse Sutton at Oak
Grove church lost Sunday. There was
a very large attendance.
Mr. Jim H. Morris, who has been con-
Everything from a dried-apple pie to
mi orange pyramid, or from n Covo oys
ter to a boned turkey, may be had by
colling at the City Bakery of M. Hellrie-
Wnnted. Purchasers for tho Singer
Improved Sewing Machines, on exhibi
tion at Crews' Hardware Store. Price
further reduced. Produce and Stock
taken U3 part payment
Tiios. H. Habbls, Agent.
Dr. C. TV. llRNSON'SUKLKKY AND CHAM
omii.k I'tu.s nrn prepared expressly to cure
Sick Mendai-hc, Nervotw Headache, Uyspep
tic llcadaihe. Neuralgia, Xervouns and
Klccnicssiit-ss. und will euro any cane, l'rlce
lil'iy centt a box, .10 plll, portagi free
t-olil by ull drilirlt. Olllec, No 100 N. Eu-
tuw tt., lijltiiiiurc, Mil.
The candidates of the Ofetabaek Z
the Tcolthe (xmntyatthe folloiriM
times aad places: , ( v
Truxton, Saturday, October I.
Olney, Monday, Oct, 7.
miu wooa, .xceioay, ue. b.
Louisville, Thursday, Oct 10.
Pea Ridge r3ehoc4-toose, Friday, Oct 11.
Auburn, Saturday, Oct 12.
Rockford, Wednesday, Oct. 16.
New Hope, Thursday, Oct 17.
Burr Oak, Friday, Oct. 18.
ChantiUy, Saturday. Oct 19.
Old Alexandria, Monday, Oct 31.
Snow Hill, Tuesday, Oct 22.
Cap-au-Gris, Thursday, Oct 22.
Chain-of-Rocks, Saturday, Oct 26.
Hubbard's Sol-house, Monday. Oct 22.
Linn's Mill. Tuesday, Oct 29.
Hawk Point, Thursday, Oct 81.
Tvmr. Frlrliw. WmrfmnnAt 1 .
The Democratic nominees for county Sff?,!!,
offices are invited to be present at the w performed by the same two gentle
times and places above mentioned, and men with' wonted precision and exact
4'tfe in tha Aimmim RnMn ness. It was a treat we had been thirst-
commence at 1 o clock p. m. nrnffUMiimal tanit. The mates
The Democratio county oandidates compliment to their muaio was the death-
have concluded to accept the invitation like silence with which it waa listened
of the Greenback candidates, to meet to. Not a whisper was heard m Ihevart
them and divide time at their various ap- WoU'in Troy, the musical world of
pointmente. The appointments previ- our little town baa been completely rev-
ously made for the Democrats is hereby olutionixed. The Professor graduated at
EMoriBerildt In yo last vreta
success i by a correspmdet. It er
telnlywaa ft soeeess. -Allow me to add
my mite of praise. The first piece on
Prof, Wouank'a programme waa an over-
tnre to Verdi's Boomlar oners. "II Trov
atore," performed by Profs. Woods and
Wollank. The laMeVa complete mastery
of the piano, combined with the most ar-
tistio manner of execution on the part of
Mr. Woods, could but make the rendi
tion of the ingenious Italian' master
work a beautiful and delightful one to
every connoUteur and listener. The
same elegance in executing, united with
moat perfect nenention of the idea of
! ili a idimatnliiJ Df XffnnA'm Til aw.
ingof Gottechalk's "Last Smile," its mu
sic fallina upon our ears like sweet sounds
dreams. Another in-Gottsohalk'sRadJeuse,"
sjsjs t)f fM mM OmMm AawlaV
BJUIFNVS MMML CURE.
CTeni eiraati ffTecw OpmTi
2ott, tha dWlaetlvs Man ft sirerrlife
immmtt oktcuht rtronshlhtmoptl). thereby
tabts.aaalaasai Ttis mttrr piniown (ho
throat crtttMaoofitUnt ?f Irf tkVk and
slonta tstkrow it oSTi bat when thai mrmbraaa
M dry aod MaiMkJntlaadof ssaVMffetli- down
mm am bos-i sad iknai. Mis Mucus beeomea hard
Bd forma Jnla acaha,.lrnaUtlotia, as
nas, which adhcrs so Snnlrtothanaaalpi
and throat aa to rranfra TerV pcntatiol all
issnsiB- ja ejrsm sympathy di
a,na,ww. n.' wanrr.or ini
NEW TRADING RANOHE,
THB OBOSBINO OF WBIOBT CTIT
THREE MILES FROM TROY.
A general assortment of Groceries and Haverkomp, was grand,
other Cooda. at the Lowest Rates. All was exquisitely harmonio
fined several months bv sickness andl"11 ' Produce token in exchange. je heart of a most attentive audience,
tinea several montns uy sicKness, ami Poultr B .pecialty. Bring in Mrs- Wells has a charming voice, second
was dangerously ill two weeks ago ivourchickensudeffffs. to none in Troy. Miss -Ella's powerful
bettter to-day. S. Stratton, Prop'r.
jno. vHALMNebs, Manager 01 store.
Leipsio Conservatory in Germany. Troy
is justly proud of being the possessor of
sucn a teacuer. his peneot tune-Keeping
told well during the evening's enter
tainment A quartette entitled "Minute
Gun at Sea," sung by Mrs. L. Wells,
Miss Ella Woolfolk. Dr. Svdnor and Mr.
Haverkomp, was grand. The singing
All was exquisitely narmomous, and toucneu
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
Strayed from the undersigned while
attending camp meeting, an iron gray
Alley, one year old past, lias winte lace,
two' or three white feet, mane and toil
little grey. Any one returning her to
me nt Chain of Rocks will reeeivo the
18sp Jas. W. Pollaiu).
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
Strayed or stolen from my farm in Un
ion township, on the night of tho 19th of
September, n bay mare, 8 years old past,
bright star m forehead, right hind foot
white nbovo pastern-joint, saddle mark
on back and two collar marks on top of
the neck. A black maro colt with white
light hind foot, was with tho mare when
taken. I will give 10 for their recovery.
Jas. E. Habrui,
vrlul, Antiperlodle nai Tsmlc Na
ture'ii remedy foi Fever und Ague. Never
known to fall in a ktngic ensc. Tins popu
lar remedy ililTers from all other Ague Cures
In belli;; tree from all polaouous effects on
the system. It eotero into the circulation
mul ilohtroys all niulnrlous polNon. and thus
cradleates the dUeate without producing
i ny of Hioho dlatrestlni; ultcr.ensitloiiK,
t-tu li at) fulness and polu In the head, ring
ing In the curn und partial dcafne. Try It
onco and you will never bo without tt. J.
C. Ktcliarilxaii, proprietor, St, Louis, For
sale by all druggist.
An Undeniable Truth.
You dencrvc to suffer, and if you lend a
ir.Ueralilc.uiiautUlietory hie In this hetuti
ful world, It in entirely your own fault anil
there U only one excime tor you your tin
rcasonutilo prejudice and sknptlclxm. whleh
lias killed thousand. I'crxoual knowledge
and common nnni.e reusoultiK will hhow you
that Green's August Flower wltl cure you
of l-lver Complaint, or Dyapepula, with all
UxmUrralilo ell'ect, sued as lek liesduche.
iililtatlon of tl.o heart, sour stomach, liu
liitual eoxtivenusK, dlxxlneMi ol the In ad,
lu-nou .prnatratlon, low lrits. An. its
salev now reach every town on the WeMtern
Continent and not n DrUKtfM hut will tell
you ot its wonueriui nures. iou can imy u
fi;iiiipl llott'e foi' lu i-llts. Three iIorm
will relieve you. For tale by King ft Bragg
Mr. Lou Holliday purchased last week
in this neighborhood a lot of fine three-year-old
steers, at three cents, for the Il
Mr. J. L. Duncan, who had been sick
sometime, passed tlirough Tuesday on
his wuy to his brother-in-law's, Mr. Ma
rion, who lost a child tho day before.
Appearances yesterday morning indi
cated a heavy wind and rain storm, but
only tho wind and a refreshing shower
occurred here, followed by a bracing at
Our vivacious and companionable
friend, Mrs. Lute Sparrow, of Hannibal,
is visiting relatives and friends in this
vicinity. Her husband, Mr. Sam Spar
row, is now doing business in St. Louis,
and she goes down on the 7thprox. to re
side permanently there.
Standard Calico Be. per yard.
Kentucky Jeans 10 to 20c. per yd.
White Cotton Flannel 6 to 10c. per vd.
All-wool Red and Grey Twilled Flannel
12 Jc. per yd. Hand & Jackson.
Mr. Hcllriegcl of tho City Bakery will
maxe tamo jellies and whipped creams of
all varieties on snort notice. U7-ni
Douglass Simmons died September 27,
Burr Oak wants to know what has be
come of "Publico" of Salem.
Tito population is increasing very rap
idly. The most of the new residents arc
minus teeth and have very little hair on
There will bo a publio installation of
officers of the I. O. O. F. lodge of Burr
Oak at Corinth church on Thursday, Oc
tober 9d, at two o'clock p. m. Every
body invited. Nat. O. Dryden will de
liver tho lecture
Hand & Jackson will uav tho hiahest
marxei price ior uacon, i) earners, iiriod
xiwi, .ggs, uuicKeno, xorn, etc.
Strayed From the undersiirned.
about 2 miles south of Burr Oak Volley,
ou mo onow xiui anu uap-au-uns road,
two colts one a boy, Byears old past,
marked with an underbit in tho left ear
tho other a sorrel, blaze face, left with
bell on. marked with underbit in left car.
All trouble will bo paid for by notifying
O'Fallon, Mo., Sept 20, 1878.
aitora Jicraia : 'mere was a scan
dalous report instigated during the late
camp meeting at Flint Hill, in regard to
a certain young lady who resides near
Chniu-of-Rocks. I have taken special
pains to investigate the matter in regard
to its correctness, and am fully prepared
to prove by some of the most respectable
people who were present during the en
tire meetinff. that the rooort is a base
fabrication, and I herein denounce it as
such; and challenge any one-to produce
n single respectable person that will say
to tho contrary. I would add,-also, that
people should beware how they deal in
alto added wonders to make the effect of
the "Minute Gun at Sea" a beautiful
one. Mr. Haveroamp has an excellent
NOTICE tenor voice, and we can but congratualate
an i to.w a- Prof- Wollank upon having secured him
All persons owing Parker, Crews & as a permanent member of the newly-or-
Co., C. W. Parker orB. S. Crewa for gonized Quartette Club. The bass, rep
debts contracted prior to April 25th, 1878, resented by Dr. Sydnor, could not have
ore requested to pay the same at the Dee?, 8unS Dflie' 1 wr Sv
Ko,c4uTO H f J " , , oughly understands vocal music, and has
runners uau luecuumus jduuk, ou ur ue- a well-trained voice, which showed its
fore Hoy. 1st, and save costs. great power in tne comio song, "Wnoa 1
E. E. Hiokok. Emmo." He appeared again with Mr.
luimuin Ttanirnntov nf T c. h B. Wells in another comio sonir entitled
Co. "Well ue liar," and tnis tune a stormy
. . . .. oppiause, accompanied oy a snower oi
BANKRUPT SALE. bouquets, followed the laudable efforts of
t r. i ii ' tho young gentlemen to please the audi-
I offer for salo all tho inexempted per- ' -rrinilftni0 mnRi r i nl1r
sonal property of C. W. Parker and of p0po Ward, was rendered in true
B. S. Crows, bankrupts, consisting of negro style, and created much merri-
sucn degrading gossip, for they should
certainly know that it is a very aerioua
thing to assail the reputation of any re
spectable lady ; and It is a crime of -the
ilnnruMif. ,1va urlion la wJthmvt 41ia
protection of a father, I house for the sale ot leaf Tobacco in
J. L."Nbtil. Louis. Ship to them.
carriage, spring wagon, two horse wagon,
farming implements, 2 year old mules,
milch cows, hogs, shoots, &c. -If not
sooner sold at private solo, I will sell
tho property at publio sale on Thursday,
Oct 17th, at tho present residence of C.
Terms mode known on day of sale.
E. E. Hickok,
ment Wo could not keep our feet still.
although we have had them training for
near lorty years. 'speax to me, speak,"
was sung by Mrs. E. M Wollank. Wo
once had occasion to admire the sweet
ness of her voice, aud our expectations
in tuts piece were luuy realized. A
lovely song was sung by Miss Lena Ritt-
uer, one of Chicago's belles. It was en
titled "Sweet, Forget Me Not." The
simplicity and unaffectedness with wldch
sue appeared on tne stage, and so plainly
and with such charming distinctness did
tho song ripple over her lips, that wo sat ,
entranced and rearctted when she fin
ished. "Fair Dove" was the name of a!
t catarrh, and when pi
ross irate d uiapradiMil,ii
and watftr.or ihUamarnlar
and jrlacd toVreUier, and aiauer
wnrleasasjanfltr. Tha car also
Inniraara In man caara affect.
inniraiwn ns ina ner-
rtlon. Afidflno1i v fl&M.ll
a who ar uUeti
loo rqr iw
CaiM wm con
tin lolbo d)rfCtlonamiu-k .i
CftleuToiva to meet iwnr phi
of thn naatserloas dtsessi warns
by thoss who
reaunrni purora n Dcconteacnronie.
res offered by StxropD'a Radical
nuenur sviev" aro to na rennu u no
onlo ! tha
aiieat tba flatten m arfileh
ip hava been freed from tha nioet da-
teiU men tall irbm tha
ilea atleat ids ei
arho hava been
its and dinayrous dimes wll
on Catarrh, with an
adireetlom for effect-
ititOAl. C!traa a ancudv anil
permanent cars, aim onserrationson ai-.i ana na
i iivaim. Tm imponanci to aiiaiuiriuq
feeneral hcnlth. of i
llh catarrh. Tt la
tho mDioAi. Cubs, er
ipned shout cacti boitloot
wUI bo mailed freo en ra-
Vaeti tiaflSaaa Af Sm vnnn'a Himn,r. rtm mh.
talui Iir. SaaTorrt'a improved InhailnftTubo,witii
fall dlrectlopi for ote in all eaaea. PrlPe.Sl. Sold
ov an wnoicaaio ana .r-tail omsKiaiatnr
uuiwa Dwir. ana vaaaun, . iiu
v. tall itmairlafa thranirli.
Ititra and Canada. WKKKtTa
Oanerat Agents aud Wuoleaala Drtu-
Cures Pains and Achei .
t conallies the Clrenlatlon.
laubdiit-e Indanimatory Action.
It cores Kldnov
I cam itnDtnri.-a and Straini.
-am ana wirensas.
It enrca Ncrvoua Bbpcki.
iBammstlon ol tl
t curei ii
smmsUon of us Uvtr.
t enrea Sninl
t la Orate nil and Soothlnff,
t curei tnllepav or Fill.
4. i. ......
It prracrlncd br Phrilelam.
a at uuioraaa or ciecvKiaaa.
News scarce this week.
Fox hunting is all the rage.
Prof. Foster, nronrietor of tha Hillside solo by Miss Bertie Huti
v.a., Tnn,iin nnn wna ;n inn. Bunt? with rare expression and deen feel-
, ing, and she fully deserved tho homage
a few days ago. she received. The choruses in thedif-
Friday night we had another dance I ferent songs were well filled. A promi-
mean at the hall, good time everybody nent voice we observed was Miss Hattio
andtheirsweetheartswerothere. VeQE ill"? 11 fTSu.
Tho congregation at tho Catholic tho short period allotted for preparation.
church here, yesterday, contributed forty tho highest credit is due Prof, wollank
five dollars to tho Southern relief fund. foJta utiriuR energy in making his
t nr-i -c. it -it -n- portion ui uio eyeiuuK b entertainment so
Jno. Wilson, Esq., of Louisville, Dr. complete o success. We were perfectly
G. P. Smiley and 'Squire Quarton of Ol- delighted with the music, the songs, the
uey wore in town yesterday. choruses. All the arrangements were
Buildings T. N. Mudd has just fin- Sirifi, .JKrZfE
ished a smoke-house, B. R. Elder an ice- Amateurs gave us deliuhtful music.
house and J. E. Cummins is commenc- which lent to the entertainment a great
ing to buUd a stable. clan. -Music.
Dr. Jos. A. Mudd of Chaln-of-Rooks - -
was in town lost week. He gives good re- A case which bids fair to develop into
port of himself and soy. the young lady ffCiSiteaft
Sold Dy nil Wholesale and Retail Drufsleta throgsh-TOo'r..dr&W'
at his house is doing well.
the case is: Philip Schroder vs. Allen
Wallace. The plaintiff and defendant
own adjoining farms on tho Missouri
river, a few miles above St Joseph, and
tne cause oi tnis suit is tne cnongmg oi
Bunn Oak, Sept. 28, 1878,
We have just received a largo and full the river's course and the formation of
stock of Fall and Winter Goods, and are an accretion between the two farms and
receiving more every day. Wowillaell river, consisting of abou acres of
, , , .rf . land. Tho defendant, whose farm is on
os low as any house in town. Give us a down Btream side, claims that the li
call and examine our stock of goods. It viding line between the two farms should
extend stroioht out to the water's edge.
' while the plaintiff holds that in such cases
I the law requires that the dividing line
1 shall ran at -an anorle with the current
! The difference in fovor of the plaintiff is
about So aorea oi land.
is no trouble to show goods.
Prints per yard, 5 cents.
Jeans " 15 "
Jeans, all wool 50 14
Men'a Winter Boots 2.50 to 84.
Women's Shoes from $1.25 to $2,
niothinar. tobacco, cioura. candies. While nuarrvina: rook for the founda-
drugs, paints, oils, hardware, queens- tion of the Orange store at Jackson last
K ' XTTZ u ZT, iuotu week,, the workmen discovered in the
ware, school books, notions, and every- Urnestone what appeara to be a pet
tldncr usually kept in atore. always on rifled iron rod. The rod is about one
hand. AU kinds of produoe taken in ex- foot and a half long and Ilea hoiaontally
f - n. in the oentre of tne edge or toe atone,
change for goods. which is abont one foot tUck. On one
Moms tt Mmuiiniui, , end of the rod may be seen threads
which -would indicate that the rod had
MOSCOW MILLS, MO.
I Iniv? added to my already large stock of
trees Sft.OOO more this year, and the tine con
dition of the trees cmi be seen by anyonn
uuKhinx along the road. But 1 Invite all to
t-ull and see lor tliomxelvcu. Ilelng the 18tlt
y Hur 1 have kept a nursery here and In three
miles of tilts place lias enabled me to neloi-t
and crow thoxn varieties suited to our soil
and climate, und beat adapted lor family ue
or nmrkot purpoes. Mo buy your stouk nt
Uuvfalo NuitRBRV, and don't bo perauudeil
Bv ireferrinaf to the' sdveriisement of at one time been nsed for machinery of
Evans Bra's yoa will sm they have the some . Mr. Hioks-the hitoct of
largest, mart ootrvst ad tt W ( jgS IJtKhey aaay be seen
St, brail who take the trouble to nf thers
as some bave been In years past, to buy stock
ol foreign nurseries at fabulous prices,
which will neltder endure our drouths nor
severe cold . So I f you desiro
and success, buy your trees at Buffalo Nursery.
My mercH u identical win pour,
and every dollar spent here will, durlnc the
year, pay from ilS to ISO of debts. It helps
to iflvo employment to our working tint
ami neips to pay our miriienorne tsxes, aim
will not goto help build up Eastern motion
olies to tlio detriment of the Went and South.
And remember too If you live too fur to
corns and go the same day. that 1 bed and
beard you Ires of eunrge. 'I have plenty of
room for man and beast. If convenient
would not object to your bringing a little
corn for your horses.
Jfy Mursory Is situated on
Telegraph ), 9 mil frvmTmy
ntf I mil from Maow Mill. ;
Send for Nw Oascrlptlvs Catalo ud
PrloeLUt to M 8HXJI f
Mosonw Mills. Lincoln vo ,Mo.
Orders left with B. 8. Crewp, Troy,
Mo., will be promptly attended to.