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ittnoll Clerk Wn. Colbirt.
S. T. Inobav.
A. K Wilson.
S. J. JWoxtr.v,
. U. Oaks.
,' Fr.tn. Wixa.
J M. t). h. VtRMI
' )U. Wino.
J. K. Caisson.
, El.UA.ll Mvirs.
K. 0. SlTTO.
, J. U' UoWMlKO.
ttcply tti "NonrMi" company ; oro especially, yrhon Uio
rKhtfotloHlnE-HMTtoolTed too Utt fe ib. board hate had contrary opinions from
Ilcatlon last veck.1 men eff uiiges, iucne, i-wit
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'hit cooolaiion i irresistible, that ho ana wrjuua .
, L -t. . k iu Tt I Honest "Monroe" lia. novuiMnspocted
oho ti uol a subaflritWP to both tho tier- ., , . . .... nnniv. and would
aid and Dispatch tfill fail in keeping joui,t very much tho fact that Lincoln
.posted In publio affairs, 'iho cgitation ' ! county took the protnlum on bituminous
r-ii.tllT IN M,INCOt,H COt! NT.
Csncilt Court Third Monday! In Maroa n
-cu.nty Count Second Mondays In February
May, August and November.
?aoATB Court Second Mondays In January
April, Jnly an October.
of tho ralltoa (Jabject fos tho laat foe
ouths baa boan a fruitful iource of cor-
rasEond.noo. end in tho main th arttols
hvo baea woll writton. Whon wo take
iuio consideration the faot that there is
col a railroad equipped! en 4 in operation
ilhie six milce ol the limiu ot mc
oounty, and than read aome ol these
n-vn4 dUrtations. the ooneluaioti is
irrc.istablo that J.inoo'.n hae nraong her
DErAmunna or mails.
rV-niivll!o. dally (exeunt Sunday) at t.OOr.si
T.i Wrandi. Monday 7.30a.m.
Aubnrn, Taos., Thurs., Sat 8.00
Ashley, Wednesday and Saturday ...S. 00
Ulgu Hill and Trirtton, Friday, 7.00
r,r,.mn.r.rl. Saturday ..7.30
Tho malls olnsn at 0 o'clock on tho ovcnlng
rovtous to their departures.
From Wealiv!llodally(oicer' Sunday) 5.00 r
Lost Branch, Mondays COO
Auburn, 'lues., Thurs. end Bat 4.00
Asbloy, Tuesday and Friday o.OO
High 11111 and Truiton, Saturday. ..0.00
rSin.au. Oris. Saturday 1.00
11. CUUMV. 1". M.
I Lt tl, Si f.nuia Fair, iuat closed.
Yet just such men ta thie "Monroe" nro
trying to create the irof rcssion hat too
coal of Lincoln county is n humbug.
Ilia knowledge on tuo euijcc ut coai is
on a par with hie legal ability, and that
will not render hi in colobratod by any
mpnna In tlii nr nnv succeeding aco.
I. I J
Monroe, you aro ciuvairous nnu
nnlrinlio I LnnW : but kCOD COOl 1 1
hopo you aro not o pugnacion. as you
wnn it have nnn micr. 10U may uu in
36X LOO I MARKET. T tiOTJIfS
Says tho Times of Tu.iday, October 17ttr, j ft "ftlVOrtf tWSf
there Is an almost gcnoral Indisposition to buy JBUSHlOSS aVlLVVltVl J
or sell nnytning ni prcsoui. " v.- a si f
again turned to-day by railroads, and gram ThcnrtmlS lilSintSS BUM IjUcr.siuu
. i ia. i. iL.tf..i VIihbUbv a .
rates aavanecu oo poi juu io in ... utllllg UueBi s
sllll llft Its bottom and steamboat agents are
master, cf tho sltuatlo., hll. th. , Iron M.n- f ir"
lain raiiroau na hiuo uii.v..u.... ... Aromatic w ine.
crn shippers, laigo numbers of Its cars being, ft ORKKN A CliAUK, 2000 200J l'lno street
-,..!....,..,.. l-r,! iln. Molillo and i aililcr SIlMsotirl."
10 IU JIUUU.U u.uU .... ,
... f .int nf lU n.vt war! 1 SM nOt. ltVOU
citizen, tbo germ mat constitute T',, lf ,,,, nnoo
railroad manager! in larger proportiona ... .Jvi(.e. 0li 8om0
tban we over dreamed. moonlit night wrap yourself up in the
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Tbo nrticlo in yoar last uiue, irora one American tlag, lire on mrco pisioi., ru-
. . ir .Ml r.. llio tirn in rmir rnnnll. dr.lW its drilCCrV
who styles nimscii .uiuut;, no." j , , ,..,
. .1 111 .t,..l. f Prim- around you MHO OHO WU lays uimacn
classio and otiohatitcd Bhados of than- ,,',., ,um,. nnd 1 think vou
w 1 feel much hotter in tno morning.
K1A.TX, WM. T. DXK
Allorneys-ai-Lawi Ageuls 8I f
foropaDyand Real Kstatc Agent?
WM'havaa nntnber of fioM farm for ralo-,
M anions nhirh aro uio ioiiuh
.till, ia nnrtlnllltirlv brilliant. After o
VII. J , .o -j
fnw nroliminarv retnarlta about his citi
zenship his taxes &c , ho launcho3 forth
11 nnn tbo false assumption that tho assots
of tho St. Louia and Keokuk railraod are
insufficient to build tho road. Ho speaks
a nn amnio, anrl aa familiar with rail
road building as tho moit experienced
r-n-iinenr. I know not from what source
begets his lacta as a basis for bis conclu
sion, but a nco readme his articio i nave
i.iWuu somo naius to invostlgato tbo sub
ject, and havo obtained tome fuels from
(irav Hairs are Venerable.
Thoro was a timo when tho cood poo-
Mo of Trov and vicinity thought that a
certain eon of Eiculapius, the present
would-ho -locar' or thu DbjiuKh, w
pretty much of a writest. Ho, liko the
mountain in labour, mado a great deal
of noise, and every one bad cotco to tho
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
would be tho result ; but when the crisis
icct and havo ouia nca some mum num ... ,
J, ' ,, tun Trosi,ient arr ves, and tho Dispatch is issued, wo
the proper sourco, uumely, tho 1 resident i
of tho road, who is a man ot integntj
learn, now Improperly kept on the Mobllo and
WIIKAT Millers and trerators generally be
ing undecided and buying little, tho market
was unsettled and rulad dull, with a rathci loiror
tendency. Strictly prlrao and chosco l S8l i0,
medium It 10, No. 3 $1 3Cj,l 45.
CMUN-Iii llcht receipt and good .lomnnu,
mainly fiom the Hast, closing n shade higher.
St. Charles S002o j whlto 50c, mixed Die, in
OATS flood mixed to fr'une and black tnlat.
33)1 to 405i4Jo.
11ACON Shotiblors "Hi ; clear rib slhcs 8
6J.fn i cle.ir sides R'A I sSr clircJ ,1"n" lf-
Al'i'I.r.S Actlvo and hlKhor. Sales uti levee!
2.i hrls soft SI 73. 20 ecoctltigs $1 90, 1U3 do at
$2 28, 17 mlxol 2 40, 4." do $2 (ill, 20 pciicck
and wincsap $2 67, 3lfipcnock, rryoi red, to
man beautr. Ac. $3 08U, 500 mixed at $1 75
2 25, 200 do $2, 60 wlrsap if 2 15, mixed $2 30.
TOllACCO Wo qiioto V 100 lust lugs nnu
nf'rntnnn l(.nfS?f(t'J 75: medium to cood leaf at
$tl2 00 1 bright fillers $14023; medium to
cholco and fancy bright wrappers lu lo
TJ 100. Sales ncro llgh., prices steady.
CATTI.K Iltcclpts 1341 bead, with rcportea
shipments of Sl'3 head. Vic quote extra, ay.
130J to 1500 lbs., nt $4 501 85; good to prlmo
steers, ny. 800 lo 1000 lbs., at M 503 75 j
springers und cows ylth cakes aro In domand at
HUGS llcccipts 15i8 head, Willi only 12 beta
reported shipped. Sales at l lo (U.;.
OltllEN ft CLAUK, 2000 2002 l'lno street
uariicm, uncio.us. .-.
...... nir . ,.ii .nil dra V V.r.irlli .Irrflt
II A UT & l'OWEM.. 4W olid 412 N l'lflh tet
IX UELI.IUh, fiOO N Main, cor Washington ay
JOHN (1 AM. TIN & SON, Ml N Main streot
U Q 9 K 11 A KTKH A CO, 724 N Main street
Glass aim iiicuuwiu.
WITHMAlt GLASS A QUKESSWAUR I CO.,
113 N. Main street, lt. Chesnnt and Tino.
.. -. . .inH,..,i,.rt!Ll i'lillotrr
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J W JOHNSON, Man. l'rin.,6 W cor 5tlut OiWo
l.umncr inci""i. .
rtiuMir u M,.r kit. x- at nliannnv
M nUOTHKUTON, YardOfflco 39.18 llroadway
Ofuco 30'J Lncusi street.
Jl It 3UUCKEII, 517 Ollvo Btrcot
I'AUK A McChl.NTOCK, 5th street and Wash
llana Ware Hoouik.
Mrs A S rOAMlKTl, 712, Chcsnut street.
ltcalla, I'lngsi anil Hoclety fiood.
I'AU.-ON 1- CO, 710 N Vourth street
It L UOSIIKUOUOII SONS. 1421 Uro.vl.iay
III Acre. . . . . .
Karmflt Wm. Crouch, tmilo from fray, wen
Farm of T, !1. Elliott, on llio toad betwee
Wright City and Truaton. ImproTftaentt Jfoo.
Farm of Elijah Owing. , known as tneB-
dufor plce, 6 miles West cf Troy, ecar McWca
Itelnnginglng to the estate or Jos. vemi,
tllllco In the oM P. . flnlldlnff ef W. A.
Wholesale and Itctail Dottier in
mw kv. r.wr' mcz .'32 sv
. . rn
Vlnt-KarMaiiufacturcra- V ' .1 , . AIni(inilo anil I QOlSx
AI.UEN A CLOUOIl, 315 nnd:il7 Spruco slrcu
WatclioM. Jcweuv , .
I). C JACCAKU A CO., 401 A 403 N. Vourlh St
KKWAltP MBA I) A C'l. SOI N Fourth street.
JEHU SYLVESTER, 210 N Fourth lrt
J. E. MEUUIMAN,
I.ato of Momphis.
JNO. s. MBLLorr.
JVatcJics anil Jewelry lieyatreA
Grantl Fancy Dress Ball.
Thursday livening. November tf.
Messrs. Thornhill it Huswell, proprie
tors of the Laclede Hotol, havo decided
lo give the ball, of which mcntiou was
made somo timo sinco, on Thursday even
ina. XotembcT 2d. A supper will bo
givoti at tho Laclede, and tho tripping of
tho light fantastic toes will tako placo in
Mr. T. W. Withrows now lown Hall
Tlinrnhill & Uuswcll know
mountain gives birth to a
I hardly know how io tako this would
bo and would not-bo oditor. Ho has
endeavored to clotho himsolf in tho skin
nf a linn, and ii was unnecessary for bim
and ono who will not falsify his word
Tim St. Lonis and Kookuk railroad is
graded and tiud and bridgod through
Italia countv. communctng at tho tlanni
bal and St Joe railroad, and ending at
the soumcrn line oi mm , . , . . . . ,.,
", ... i BPr,i. f to havo brayed, aa he did in the last issue
The company w II have a surplus ui j
. t .i n.r,nt i or the ZiVixiffi, to show lua truo char-
10,000 remaining, when the contract is ul l
.. . ... - . I t ) II. ....... I . .r. laUIUI. IUI niw 'J
complied Wltll, OI tuo iaua uuuuiy ajiiv ... . . .f .!.. .
:.L- ti ' mM. tn ,rade. bridiro protruding to such an extent for the last
i ii 1 Piko rnnntv is twelv0 "IO""18. tuat every 01,0 coulJ 8Ce
and tio tho road through 1 iko county is - .,,.,-.
. . ., :r ... .:u ,v, .,nlln him in his true charaotor with half an
eumClCUl, anu U uu "i"
.. rj icii, eve
tO KO tO UOWllOg urci'll, .u.unuy, -
. b . . ., . .:i r ;, Ho savs throuuh tho columna of tbo
Messrs. riiortititll uuswuu miv ,n6t ho can navo mo privm; u. .... .,' ... . ii:,. i
how to get up such an entertainment, and Deisu& tho letting r H miles of .he Dnpatch that he is the local editor, ho
we know that their tables will fairly rikc county Short Line, between the Lin- "J- the reel corners ant ,n the
. . . ... .,......:.. ... i i:..n .i stores that he ib tho "local editor, and
irroau beneath tho wcigm oi uuuibbbv coin county line ati'i uowiuib vji" , ,
viands. It promises to surpass anything a9 8u0U as that road is located through consequently is looked upon by all as
. . . . . r such: but when the timo comes for bim
or the kind that has tasen piuco id iroy i,I0 county, u,o lemaimng poruuus u. .
I Irt Y.i. IiaIiI rnannriBl h in. aa no annuiii n
Admission to ball room and supper,
Iroiioriaut lo Teachers.
Nutico is hereby given to the citizens
of Lincoln county, and especially to all
teachers of Publio schools in the county,
that a Teachers lustituto will l orBu.
iied at tho court houso In Troy, begin
ning nt 10 o'clock, A. JL on Monday,
November Gth, 1871, and continuing
TO AI.li WHOM IT MAY CONCKHN.
-nil..n 1. tmrcliv irlyon that mv wlfo. Mary
C. Tuttlc, loll my house, taking my goods und
chatties, iluring my iiii-cnco in.iuiy, ion. um.
that from and ul'tur this dato I will not l' re
sponsible for any debts of her contracting. I
hi'iirl a low days slnco that the had marrioii uno
Abram Jinr i'y ol uaiin oouniy, in.
., 'I IITTI v
liincuM Co., uc . iu. u. ii. in....".
Piko county, tno lemaining pumuuo u. -
the road bed in that county will bo let, to be held responsible, as he should be
and the shovelling of 0Jrtl1 commenced
through tho entire county. When the
mad bed of the Piko county Short Lino
ia complotcd it will bo consolidated with
tho St. Louis and Keokuk railroad. The
principal part of llio grading, &n., in
Piko county will lo dono before the 25th
day of December, next. ' Whon Louis
iana furnishes tho means to build the
road to RutTalo Kuob, tho company will
build and equip it for them, counctiug
with tho Quinoy road. All tho gradiu
I f MERRIMAN & CO,, no- X0RT vmxrx mBf
Jl Ll HIUIlllMI'nil W wvij , ,.. oilyo and Tino Streets)
$1. SjOUIS, mllO.
April 7, 1870
Heal Estate, Exchange, Collection,
UKNER1L PURCHASING AGENCY,
No. 510 CllESNUT STItEET,
Under the Laclede Hotel,
GP.NTS WAN I ni) fur an entirely new
una Usctimung worK oi uiiusubi luiv.ai..
The Home of
The grandest and most popular book out, now
Cllinc fastor than nnv other threo hooks com-
'. . . ...... 1. IS I.. (In.
IMUUI1. ."""J rr.w.r n ,
Agent took 111 orders In 10 (lays, ino oesi
ehunco to inako monoy ever offered. Ono good
Agent wnntrd in every Township. Scud for
circulars with terms (unsurpassed), do.erlption,
. ... iiitn.iiirvditU .. f...
endorsements, JfO. I'. A. nuiuiiuiou.i -
502 North Sixth street, St. Louis, Mo. u32ui3
W' HITEWASllUS AND VlllTENS CEIL
INOS. l'Al'EUS UOOMS TO OUDEPa
ST. . OUIS, MO BUILDS FI.UKS and CHIMNEYS, UEPAIItS
my3nl8'71yl IjAMS and IHCKS, WALLS and CEMENTS
Baammmmm irn.iii -ml tlltl.i) FENCES think o'T
ltcfercncc Dr. W. S. Hurr and Mr. Wm. Ai
.IaCksov, Troy, Mi. 0nl21yp
30O ACRKS Ol'' liAiVD
r f ACUES well Improved. Situated fi nille
ill I r -r... I'.i.ilirr nn rtioul.ir's can be
,.mln..,l nt Iho Tailor Shop, 2 doors we.t of
I OA Ifi7l
Jackson A Hull s sioro. uuUu., v..
A g'.oil Tarin fur .ilo witliln 4 mUtt cf Troy
Apply to T. J. WliUB, Agent, Troy, Mo.
I eucners ui i uunu uuuuwis? v. . . i
ncstly reqneted to attend. Tho failure in Lincoln county u neon eoiurau
of any teacher to be pre.e.,1, and enroll to be finished against the 1st day of Do
BS a Lmber of said Institute, as the law eembcr, 1871, and without the mterven
requires, without a valid eusc in writ- tie of unusually bad weather, .t is
ing, to mo rendered, within twenty days confidentially believed b, those who ar
h' . ... ...is . p ,i, comDotent to ludKO, thcae contracts will
Uom tno uaio. ui auiuuniuium o. - - , .
Institute, will be punished by a revoca- be fully complied with Lrom the best
. . . , .1 i..m.imii I (.nnlil obtain lrom tlie
derelict of duty
for everything of a personal nature that
may appear in the local department,
he sneaks out, playing the innocent and
iootfensivo, and leaves his chief in the
lurch to bear tho blame
Gray hairs are vcncrahle ; but do they
deservo veneration when tho owner in
suits bio iuuiot bv manv Tnara. und then
endeavors to sneak behind his aged and
vencrablo appearance? Even wero this
man ns old as Metbusalah, he should not
expect his superiorly in yean to guard
him anainst consuro when ho p.istos ho
youd tho bounds of common decency and'
His Grat (for I bold him responsible
for it) charged mo indirectly with being
intcuiperato, and caused many to bclievo
Ablo and experienced educators havo
promised to be present and deliver ad
dresses during tho session.
Superintendent Publio Schools.
The Herald sayB our canal coal did
not take the premium at the St. Louis
Fair. We bolievo it didu't. Troy Dis-
(lur nnn-tamnorarv ounht to study his tho connections with St. Charles or the
nnabrid"ed raoro olosoly before he at- North Misiouai railroad. Tho letting of
. . . . : . . . i . . . , . i i - i
Umpta to criticise anybody s orthograpny. tbo general omces una mo macuiue uup
President and chief engineer thero will
bo a surplus of several thousand dollars
after grading, bridging and tieing the
road through this county
With the surplus of this county and
other avalable rosourcos of the company
they will certaiuly build tho road oithor
by way of Wentzville, or obtain tho moans
from tho city of St. Charles. The company
has resources, aud will use them to mako
A ha annears a little rusty wo will
j . -
quote, for bis especial benefit, from Dr.
CAN'AL-COAL A hard coal that burns
with a bright Simoj-callod also ccmaet,
candle and kennel coal.
Next class in spelling stand upl
Mauried. Thi (Wednesday) morn.
nr thn issuine of a fuw more of the
- - o
first morlnatzo bonds than will bo neccs
utkTv tn furnish iron. &c. aro soma of the
means by which the North Missouri
cau bojreached., A finsished road bed, tied
.J liri,li7rl far fiO iniloi through Ralls.
Piko and Lincolu counties, would bo
. . . . , i
uthcient guaranteo to insure tuc compie
tion of tho road. This idea is obtains
t. . wrraiOT,
V1NR D!00 AND WAGON
SADDLEKS FINDINGS OP
AND DRAIjUH IN
Saddle and llarness-makcs,
that 1 had been expelled from the Oood lililDLES, TRACE CHAINS,
Templars. My reply was not utscourte
ous or disrespectful, and would have
been more scvero had it not been fur the
rovorence I havo for his aged and vener
able appearance : but 1 cannot, and will
not, allow this to prevent my replying to
his last in a manner that ho justly do-
orves. Whothor his tint article was
written with tho belief that I was instru
mental in his expulson from tho lodge, is
moro than I know ; but be that ns it may,
tho Doctor should oomo to the conclu
sion, and that very soon, "mat it win
not do for persons living in glass houses
to throw stones."
I will further say, that my father is
not concerned in this matter at all, and
THOS. T. JANUARY. CHAS. T. UISEit
.TANUARY & BISEIi,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS AND IMPORTER.
California Wines anil llraiuUcN.
Rectifiers of Whiskies, Manufacturers of Domestic Liquors
200 "Wfilntxt street. Sat. mollis, hao.
SOLE PROrBIETOUS OFENOUK'S CALISAYA BITTERS.
JOHN P. LYNOTT,
II A B I) W A R B, 8 T OVES
Wi lts, VEIIRIi,
All of which are offered at the
MOST R E ASO ii A B Ij E
Large lion Pots
i. " So J;
a. i o & p.
rro gj p3 rn j H
ST 3 g f. -g-
iofr, at eleven o'olockj at the residence of fr0m peraons I have eouvertcd with who
.v Kill. T. lfrirll. Mr. will, in a short time, mako an effort to
1UB Ul.UU i.. w ..... , j " " - ' , .
- t . j hmlil this road and onerato it.
H. Ii. Wnterman ol utiumwa. lowa, anu - . . . . i n- .
mi i k e The company havo bad several offers
Miss Fanny Withrow. They left for o purcbaso ti,e first mortgago bonds in
Iowa, whero tho good wiehea of their uf2eient quantities to build the depots,
friends attond them. side tracks, water tanks, iron and fur-
r: r r- . . niih rollioc stock. Thoso offers have
Buffalo NurtsERT. Parties in noed been mado b first c,ass contractorg.
pi trees aro especially invited to givo mo Xow if "Monroe" will tako the trouble
call, as I havo a Goo large Btook, and to investigate this tubject as I have tried
m determined to sail them this fall and to do, theso question, concerning the
- .... nViilitv nf the St. Louis and Keokuk rail-
next spring. WouU lite lo trade tree. mJ bo tiokj fay lhc
for a good strong light spring wagon, ,.efficient managora" that La undnrtakes
suitable for ono or two horses. Would to throw dirt at under the aisuined, name
. . . i r a II
also- trado tor cood mower anu 0 kook 01 -f.uuruo,
Iliivina iust finished new rooms
UU wuiii'iuwii - "i 1 v
eyon if ho were, he would not hare mo on tfie Corner of Main and Cherry
1 1 J . Iahmla ami allAlit 1 mltl ll nfTAf . . 11
uuiu u.j luiisuu u,.u . . Shw.fa. two doors nurtn or inn oia
insult and injury, though this same mau 1
had entertainod feelings of friendship lor sianu, J. am now yivi'"' " "k.
him. I think my friend, in Troy aro keen on hand at all times the Best
not" blindod by your article, but seo you L, fiosi Complete assortment
No. 1 cow. Seo advertisement.
4imS A. M. SIIULTS.
A difficult; ocourred between llr. 11.
A. Tf aij und Mr. SI. 'Sadlack last Tues
day afternoon, with lorious results. Mr.
f..,l n.j atnihnit ifiniifh not ilailf'CS?-
nsly, in the reft ehoulder. who in roturn possible, all along tbo lino in the county.
'.a i. l.,i.sveflllr.M. He .av. that bo fcaikeen informed that
RIIVIV. W. m. - w . - J - - -
T nm fnrcoil ta tfin nocesaitv of thlnkinc
ikint iHTnni'nii'' ia not iliinahnd to bo can
did. Ho .ays that he ha. been looking
nt tlm nnrlr and tha mann'rera are trvinL'
to make false, itupreasions about the work
cdiuir on continuouslv tbroueh 'tho
county. Ibi ii .imply false, Tbo
work is progressing equally', or as ntaras
.1 ll t. . ii. I
laoek nitliU stone.
TCht latter 9 drink-
A drunken wbita wan nd negro wore
todged ia jail Tuesday night, and Wed-
1 . MA.n.na . T. M . lllA MAftra ll Q f4 ISpP H
umumj iuuiuiu6 ...v. "v --"c' - xig amusing IU UOBr UIIU oiprtian uu
A.I . ..a t Situ vrliilA nnmninlna mlaaad a nnlnlniii nn lli lun-alltv nf thsi orpaniza
Vv.vuaww 1 - I - v.ii.ti.Mi. - - I-,-, -- - - 0
focktt-fcooV fcud lhre 1eu ollf iills. I fion of tho board, aud tb charier of tbo
iliuilnil t Slfin flfin finvn-lmnn ex.
nended. Hi. Jnlof met 1. timpiy mista
ken. I ant informed b good authority
ft m nr an n u Ua&n ox.
p4D(Ied iu tbo construction oi the road
KaiI in. 4 fin rnuntv no ta this (lav.
'Via .miiilnn rn llAHP flint AY n FA AM nil
in vour true character.
Now. Sir. in conclusion, I would say
as Uncle Toby of Tristram shandy room
ory uaid to the fly : "Oo, little wrotoh,
thero is room enough in this world for
both you and me."
TULLY It. COHNIUK, Jn.
School Books 1 Tho latest standard
of school books, such as aro used in our
arhnnla. nt low nr'lCCS at Si. b. Ualllll-
gor'e drug store.
J. L. Van Wert, house, sicn and car
riage painter, decorativo paper hanger,
4o. Office over J. U: Knox's bank.
Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
Another bountiful rain visited us last
Friday and Saturday. ,
. A af nrv ia laid of a IloiiaaiiVa first
appearauce in pollto society it' ATcansai,
Tho company were engaged in dancing,
OU tuo iovouua iuuiaiu. iivauu. wvuufiww
. .L.t.-'l.j. ifiiiftitfiii(lnwl tvilhniia n nart.
a cliair by tho window, without a part
ner. Stepping up to tho lady with a
nnlnWntinc linart. lift Bald ! "Will VCU
p.lJH.H.11. ..., .
do me the honor 10 grace me witu your
..nmniino fnr Itm nOTt ant?" "Yp llr.eB.
lor l bars .ot, ana o, od .01, uu
have about tutj root," wa. tnrrepiy.
of goods that has ever been offered
to the fiMic in this county.
MY SADDLES AND HARNESS
ike iuuu or HIE
VERY BEST MATERIAL,
I'UT IT CNDIU MY OWN BCl'EEVISIOJI AUD
Wnt'i-aiilctl lo ivc Entire
AND Attn Olfl'UltHl) AT PUIOES
THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
I AM ALSO riUIPAllKD TO VUKNISH
All Kinds of Jluggy Trininiing, to
Kjyvisi 'Jiuyytixi, ito., ecu.
AOENT FOU TUB OHLKBRATED
nhlcU Is warrantcJ lo si'0 nll' satlsfactloa.
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WARES,
And Everything that may be classed under the name of Hardware
vfinis STOKE ON .11 AIM STREET, TROV, MO.
"SUCCESS THE. BEST CRITERION )
Life Association of America
HOME OFFICE, ST. T,OTJIS, IWo.
JAMES II. IWITTON, President.
H. W. HOUOII, Vice President.
JOHN tv. PIllTCIIAitn, Treaaut-er1.
V. llANI.UV, secretary..
Report of President for 18?0 :
IVo. ot Polities Dec. 1, ISOtt -
rvo.ot iicc.ai.isro - - -
Increase in lhc year 1870
Ain't of IiiMiirnnce in torce Dec. 31. 1809
AinU ol Insurniife in force Dee. 18d
AmN paid Losses y Dcafk diirinjf 1870,
Eclipse Churn anil Hand Corn SliHUr
W II 0UUTIN, Patentee, Uarlyle III.
Bend for Ciroulara.
The Hrrl 91 Nr .iinm.
.1 . . . . . . r l..lH.. . tHa.
lion UM. IlAUNES.ConsuitlBBCounscli ror many years msun-ni-o .-.iuuu .. mu v.
Vork, i.yi that tha ainouol of Insuranca aoumuUtad' fcy la Atsiirlatlon in i.nlT. "
months is I5,055, IU OO, while oror W of iho fa.Ks, Coaiilnlti doli-g luilas.ia tho Unt.
ti Btaios havo taken Troui 11 o 30 years fc) -reacli this amount .
Tht Association offers all tho niptovei! plans of Insurance and at as low tonus .a any gooo"
oompany ean Insuro you hlto It keeps in our inlilst the moilby nrhlcli LuilU. your lUilroad,
works jour Cal Mines, builds mills and Improves your Partus. Then why end uu" lo enrlok
other States while you ca du ns well und better, mid ke.'i ygut money at homi r Look to j our
Inti-rtst and enquire of tho 1.1ft Association of AniorlCatieloro you Insure and Uinl ll.
l)r. JAS. h. (sMANVs Sftlal Agent,
usi tt m rt floard f Wntr, W'arrf Si. harks ami ftHwHNi