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TROY, JI0 M.VY ICj 1S2.
or new vonK.
The Rlclit man.
A few wceka sinco "1),'' 'n an article
bm g r TOiiimi ja mi iwmw
Tor tho llcraM.)
Shall wc Coutliiiic Our Saloons ?
Cul IT0110I flttcstlut of Uxjiedlcucy
Wrecked utiil llu.iictu I'oltllcal I'.cun
cmy, i.c, ic I
intr the attention of our citizens, I
do you wish it Locarno you think your you bcnrGtteJ iu your business, flioo-
vocation a public benefit? Would you maker and saddler ? And thus I might
desire to be introduced into a large pub- show that in every direction, except in
lln r-utlierii.... or to nnv rcjncctib c as- tho business of the saloons, business men
.n,i,1o. na Mr. SnlnnM teener, so and eo ? arc the losers bv them. It is absurJ and
Wlit nn. vnl-a-a-ir. '-i f n man ltoulil in- ridiculous, therefore, to
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oven iimi mo
Herald: Having alread;, in by doing so, t .hould knock Urn absurdity that thcy uro a let, t o
.. iintrn mr uic inn " hit. u n? u it uui uuaiuc. ....
i..s ariieic... " ' "t. ' t.it if ,, tn .!, Po.,ln of a coiuuiunity.
features of tho salimn sufject, ' -. --j y - , - - , , - r.
. ... trs... ii.t.iL' fmi. ai ttN. i tmiinn nci iju- ilia mnniG until Liu ijui.vi mum a......
lor tomo tnotutis been am
.ilia na ft....' rJnai.n nml I
in th? Herald, nam out for iuduo A. II.',, it. . u." '.i :
Iiuckner for Congressman from this dis
triei. Wo have been thinking tho matter
OTer, and heartily endorfo the opinions
of our correspondent. Xo man in the
district has better claims upon the De
tnoaracy for this office than Judge A. II.
Buckner. Tor two successive campaigns
has he withdray his namo from before
tho nominating convention for the success
of the prty his strict adherence to
Democratic principles not being the most
formidable weapon against an unjust
Radical registration law. Tho Demo
crats of the district wanted hfm to run,
but be counselled another course, and
forgot person in his zeal for tho public
goo J. Now that the great bar to his suc
cess, tho registration law, is removed, or
rathor permits all to vote, we think the
Democracy will honor itself by nomi
nating Judge A. II. Buckner for Con
grcss nnd electing him.
wjel, tiou? Why, you will i-vcri take offense at to abolish them, and expediency demands
"... .. ....... itiia nrlinln loin-Hlar. 1 IH (tin Word S3- tllaat tllfttf 'alOtlld fall
rc lo f 1 iel "hull be tl. ll': P loon k er Vo prom.nen.ly. Why U Mr. Kdl.or, I have done with the legal
l it W 1 be Si mber d hat I have Men cnga-cd in vocation, that and but-incs phase of this d.seuts.on.
argued'th t . io pe no Swof Pbl!o.b.n.fl by common consent There remains the ?l c -
power in this matter-that they can or " not io. I'll tell you why ,t ..so with aro far t,tron,cr. ill. the feci, i buve
cannot have the, saloons in their mid..' Ju- TI'e "'"V oboiu thi. that 1 1 nin prepared tokbow, 1 think, , lh. ; they
that whatoVor "urt3 you, lou nave a cor.i-cic.ico, riiu urn uic very ceispwom ui
mime mem so uiuiuiij kunup
ne, or crime and blooded resulting , Tgent remonstrance wh.oh tells ,and ro ten that n little f l uk.ny bj ?
f,n ,1 i n.. t.a ,n i1, P,.iyou that you do not benefit tho public ,orous hand will cause them to fa to
A Nil BACCHUS.
" Editor Ilcrild: Now that tho con
ventions of the different couutics of this
regional utmict win soon asscmum
nroduolne them, and that we. the neonlo. Ion never bosst ol your businc-s. ou pieces.
aro so far uarlicrps cnmmis-accom- yourself 0 led with morimca-
pliccs in tho guilt. tion at ,1:o '''ought that your business i?
2. It will bo leu-.cmbcrcd that wo not only rioi a benefit to tho public, but
nextinquiicd whether the citizens, or the ' positively durepuUblo in tho
people in general, had any right to criti- public esteem. qqu
cise.caJoons as public institutions, or , " v . r iv,, il. n( ,mmin,i!n n candid,
arraign them before the publics injurious tbo public or the s.loon keeper, them for tho purpose of nominates o candid
to th community, and take active meas- wive think their business a public ben ate for tbo neat now occupied by Hon.
ures to secure tbeir romovul. This part oGt. no ono does. io ono will boast of Andrew King, would it not be well for
of the argument was indeed a superfluous a suoh- Tho wlonn keepers ! lhc rCoplcto Le bc"in to look up their
work ; for if tho people a.e the source, of ?"cr point to u reeling, staeri.ig rav ! ' ' . fc fc
authonty (and slon can only be .tab-the De.o
lialica ir-'-;,, inruuuu pi'uuuo, , ., . . ,
for them, und for some speciGed individ- continually docs to this stage of intoxica-1 cratic party to honor its sitting member ,
ual to keep them) it would bo absurd to tiou. as na evidence of his benefit to the j jn fjon;;rcs, w;,, a oond term, esP-
say that they bad no right to criticise or puu"-- u' i cjany t0 wuen that member has sho""
control what they alone can establish "e only so ;.,.,( nty to Oie '-'''. ( ineir worthy of tho conGdence reposfld
and control by tho law. Their e.tablisb- but we htvo alreadj seen that it lsub'urd -n ,lim . nnd 33 lha (jon Anjrcff King
men', by tl.e people as elective institu Icr tlio public, by oc, to crcjtc places -j a true Democrat in every sense of the
places the institution and thir eiuiuL-.n, .ui i.im....uu.. word a pCt),icman t,r indefatigable in-
1 liU..iiub- tan uU n iuNm ui iiiuii dujtr.. (ul 0f K00d WOr'uS, abOVO COP
n h..n..t,l I , i. n. .-na.nl, .nn. a.n
Ua'IIJ U JUUI.V. UEU.UI, liy-T l.tuaU UIU III,
faid against it? We will only point to a
few of tho objection's to them :
I. Thcy arc convenient places for Wtc
hufiw, nnd "idleness is the mother of
W, SAWl t tAS7,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
SCHOOL JBOE JkJXD STA'JPIOiVBEai",
PIOTITRKS & PHOTUIKJRS lFiSAMES,
JPerfnmcry and Fancy firtictess
SOAPS, SHUSHES AND COMBS,
PIPSS. CIGARS -A-ISriD TOBACCO,
RYE 8c BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AWD NATIVE WINES,
TO.: MI.DICAL U3K.
And Everything Uwialhj kept in a First Chtsi Drugstore.
Tror, Mo., May IB, 1S72.
functionaries subject to the Fame roncw,
criticism und control with any other pub
lio institutions or functionaries. And
the very fact that license, by potitiou,
thus carrying the very names of the
rntirs nn tn thn pm-rt fnr thn in.
spection of their vote., (for n petition is vlc( a crime,
just this and no more, 'and no less) and "'icy are tho
tho additional fact that this must be done Urunkonncs, which
ovcry year, is proof that tbo law contem
plates the strictest scrutiny in this mat
For Good Bargains
io fruitful sources of
t a t is ' lea provo to bo
connected witli the most of the criuio and
pauperifm of the hud.
3. They are the fofter fathers of gam
bling, which has involved so many in
The National Democratic Kxccutivo
Committeo mot at Now York on Wednes
day of list week, and appointed the Oth
day of July next for the National Pccio-
cratic Convention to meet, and Baltimore . tcr uiviug the people frequent oppor
as tho plaee. Baltimore, because, thcy , tunity to protect themselves from any
wanted to get as far away from tbe ! al)Use in this whole affair. They must,
Liberal influence as possible. This is a ' i'-v hw olcct their oo- and saloon
wesK excusu mr nauiing iue piaec no mai forCi t)lal .ho vi0Q have tlc powcri aro iren.uciiuy urnen to n.e otucr sius oi (Jynnrcjs
a targe portion ot tue ucieg.nion win i being the source ol authority themselves, mu"i ""
hare to traverse almost across tho whole and that they have tho ught to act le
Union in order to attend. St. Louis, a cause they are the voters.
. . . , ,,i i 3. 1 ho only oucstion remaining to be
ruption, and has at heait tho prosperity
of buth bis comtituency and his country
at large; :i man of gre.tt dignity and
perspicuity, and who will, if ro el-cted,
res-tore to his district much of tbe honor
of which it has been robbed in lato
year:', it suruly would bfl nothing but
fair and right to icdois'e by a re election
our present worthy niemler. With all
due respsct, thercforo, to nil other aspi
rants, I am in favor of the cood old cus
tom of showing to a faithful servant that
M. T, BRITTON'S Cash Grocery Store,
AT J. P. LVKOTT'S OLD STAND.
I will Sell as Cheap any, Man WS$&vl A 0CSE,UL
In r.nra lifit-n rn t lmnn in riiin. T
4. They, wheu keptaa oki-s 7iut;e Ite.i, ', ,i,i ,i,n',rnP .n.n.-trntir , hmtt in ilm
are a i terror to women and children, who Deniocraey ,b0 name of lion. A King
5. They are fastened upon us as pub.ic
f!rnA1a. na.,1 i',i.n will V,a tA,w nnn.
institutions and yet are eh places "! , ,.,,., , lUpublicDni; nnd,
the majority of our citizen., all our shoulJ ho I)(.nmocrat:e Nationa, co'nvcn
""""i . . -. . r"'" "' V" tion abstain from
noi iufi ai nucr.y t-uicr, ur uavu iiiuir
children visit, Lcau.-o of llioir immor-
j fettled is ono of expediency.
batter sclec.ion. And the plea for this, jient for u3 ,0 j,avo fcaio0n3?
that they wanted to get as far from continuo our saluons ?
Is it expe
in Lincoln coiwfy, for the Cash.
Good Sugar House Syrup,
per Gallon, 60 els
8 lls. fair New Orleans
Sugar fur 01. 00
Best of Coffee, 0 .l-L lbs., 1.00
Arlncklcs Browned Coffee
'ills j or 1.00
I phi vcrv c"icful in tho
OF KVJJKY DUSCItHTIOV,
!!J3- Tlio JCVrr C li qipip will lo founil on
MAIX STltKLl', ill lie lullilitig forim 'v f-een-''cil
liv M. T. lliinnn.
Ti! :.!.: v is!
And hero in the discussion of this, the a
queMion eomos up: Citi bono? for 0. 1 hey are the hot beds of political
whase goud, for whoso benefit? And corruption, saloon keepers openly boa't-
the answer must be: If for the benefit ,llcJ can more vote, by bribing
of any ono stall, it muit be for tho pub- v,ith whisky than others can with
lie. It i.-i absurd lor any one to say r,eec',es-
that the public must vote to establish any 7- TheJ arc wllst 0 Ch.-utton can pos
office or institution merely for t! , W-o3t support or endorje, lor his Uible
of the one Imld'nn tho oiTise. The , declares: (Heb. 2 : Id) "Woe unto hiui
e believe the democracy , holder is elected to servo the public, and ,hat ve3 lm nc "llbor prink, that put
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Liberal influence as possible, espr-ses
little confidence in the delegates who are
expected to attend.
But let tha Convention meet. We
have nonobjection ; for if it U controlled
by wise men, we have no fears that an
out aud-out Democratic ticket will be
has too much discernment for that. We not for his own good.
Democratic party is not a unit on tho
question of a Democratic nomination.
Indeed, wo believe a majority of Demo
crats are opposed to any su'.h move,
Who would ",t '''J' bottle to him, and ruakuth him
i :n i. 1 .i... .... i.u ! think: of creatine an offi-a iust for the d unken also, and saloons aro inten-.ed
kiiuvf ik n lu ttiuuuu iuat iiiu iicruiui 4 ,v r ,i
..... . . ' henpfil nf the ona uhn nr.is clcntPii in fill to make tbo way easy for getting the
can party is uov.ueu, auu tna; w.m two .., w, .f tLis
candid ites in tho field their voting force vidual In, as good a ri;ht to expect pro
will be weakened. That 31 r. Greeley j vision to be thus made for him us an
will take some votc3 from the Radical other, for all men are equ:.! before our
ranks, wj aro perfectly aware, but while
it is held that the party is thus divided,
it should also bo remembered that the
said about iuti-i fering with other men's
! business in not voting for tho cstiblnh
' r.s of salonna, is tiie sheerest moonshine
whilo many of them have gone so far, and absuidity. If a man is in a buine?s
and we nlaco ourself auiouc that clas. to that works baulv for the -rood of tho nub-
lie. it nvtlit to intar!'ora with liii limine. not protitltt.
pieagu iur .uppuri iu uiu u.ra. no- -' ".' , ', "... i i. ''Y s'l Drunkenness is. So fur forth, an annroaeh
lot tUO JJeraOCratlc! ....... S... t ? 'on D V fn K..nr?-v r.n. fnntrnntntf nn tho nnrt
UUnlUUUUII Ul II.U U. O.l ' rn""j -j..
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I Kqually nbsutd and erroneous is tb 01 l"B nD""' JU0 10JS lQC
tcrv that is raised about liberty, and fovenuo it would otherwise would have
sgainst restraining a man from doing 6eculuu ,Tam prouueuve iauor
what ho pleases. Ouyht men to bo put licneo " immeasurcabiy tho loser liy
under no restsaint icdetd? Why, what CuiD? license to secure a rcvenuo, for
does law mean but restraint? The very 11 ,nu'' ''-whs and cut off tho revenue
idea of law contemplates rtslraini.itj men frora ,h0 labor of numbori of men in a
from injuring society, or their fellows, community, because dram shops only
If we ate tn act upou tne principle, of mal:e thom illle loaler:' anJ drunkards
no restraint, then let m abolish all laws Thero is no escape from this concluMon.
and plunge at once into tho chaos of an- 1 Jefy an5 ono ,0 controvert tt. Not a
orchy and no government at all. No tinS,a writcr on political economy will
restraint I Why men are restrained in cvon ,lint atendor ing this modo of rais-
their trading, roerfhaudioinL', ho., even mg public revenuo. And no man of any
bottle there, and hence their support in
voive participation m their guilt.
8. '1 heir establishment is a most
1 wretched, ruinou' and disastrous political
l.ivm. nnil llicia w.iulil. tlioreforn linr In CCOmomy.
bo offices and cnio.unienls provided by 0ne worl1. in "r'a'-"1-- or this lest
tho i-tato for every oitizan. Who believes action. It is srgu..d that saloons p iy a
such on ab.urdity ? Hut I will not in- revenue into the puV.'ie troasury. and aro
' . at i-. . . II.. i n . M . . . a
intelli'-ence of my readers by -nercioru, u puiinc uc-m-ui. j)Ui. iricnu,
it further. All, tberfore, that is look at yur tmhors r.n Political Kcon
1 - - 1 . . I a I . . 'I ! I all
omy, nuu uiey iviji unanimously ten you
that labor only is pr 'd jct'tTe. Now, yoar
own observation will convince jiu .hat a
drunken man does not work, cither
physically or inenta'lv. and therefore does
His time and labor 13 lost.
making nomination", 1
i they will certainly be elected, as they 'v
i will go into tho raco wiih a f-iir sharo of i
tho itcpublican party, and will eventually
cet the bulk of the Democratic party.
; Jlilan (.Mo) btaudatil.
' Tt iq n strniif- tii'l.-nt nnt. tlint it. will I
J suit Demociats exactly, but it will rc
( ciuit largely from tbe Uepublioan ranks,
, and make n common ground of union
I between tho extremes of each party.
I Wo consider it about tho strongest ticket
that cou'd have been prc-ented. We
arc for it heartily, as the best that can bo
done, till th'o Democracy shall declare
jits will, tind it is not likely that that
declaration will bo averse to thointeicsts
of the candidates named. Shelbina (Mo)
convention talco whatever caurso it will.
Hence, whilo we see tho Greeley ticket
taking votes from Grant, we too it also
taking a.'larger number from tho Demo
cratic party. With this fact boforc them,
who is so dull that he can not see the
advantage tho supporters of Grant will
have 'over eitler of tbe other tickets,
should the Democrats foolishly mako a
A few papers that Lave favored the
passive policy, now that tho time for de
ciiion has arrived, are still withholding
their honest expressions. As lovers in
this grand patriotic move, we hold that
every one of them should couio out
boldly for Greeley and Drown. Tho
pinions expressed by them have, in a
measure, stimulated tbe Liberal Itcpub
WIKjLr. AU: ASD r.ETML DEAI.L.:
selection of my
' f, rnd W.iri.'it it to uo good. If it ilr
'vo f ti ti'C ion, my ca tumor. lnvc llic
' CjO of lelurnins it. .rtiiiel:le'j Lrnwncil
ie. of uliieli 1 .-ell lbs. for a doll.T, i the
'-I tlio i..arkc . am! Ijy iitin; it yo-.i vo the
i 30 rntl v -te lli.it .teetiin'nmi'. bi- ',vn:i n
p, iiouie. Tlio-i; i.'.io u'e it. iU iiijlily of us
tjiiaiity and flavoi.
i:vi:uytiiino soi.D at VKiccs vi'.oroit
TioxAi:i.Y i.ow a tiii: ronv.uo
i:;c, ion my .motto is
I'm it .
L.ccus:s for Liquor c::;l Tobacco
Dcalrrs, to Hoy 1st, 187S, antl In.
come Tr.:: for !fj?I.
U. S. Intern il Revenue, Collectn: 's OGh'O,
t, is.:. J
down to the time of the year when they m,n(1 at wl11 pretend to advocate it.
can kill certain k'nds of yamcs Desidcs, Ani3 Jet- 1 Srant' that Ms u tha strong
it is too lute to urgo this in tho caso of est argument in favor of saloons,
our ssloons, for thcy huvo already recoc- There is another argument, sometimes
nized tho law, regulating them, by secur- usod, which I will only notice, and I have
ing their license iu tho way the law done, It is said that dram shops make
prescribe. business, and that if you abolish them
The only que6tiou that remains, thero- you will injure the busines of the town
fore, is : Docs it benefit tba public ? are I affirm lb-it they make business for their
Watch Materials and Tools.
Watches and Jewelry ficjmired.
CEjtircen Olive nnd Pine Streets)
ST. LOUIS, 3VEO.
Mny 0, 1S72.
Fourth Diltrlctnf Missouri
Xcw l'lorence, Mo., .May lt
N'OTICn is bcicby givrn that tlie annunl lis!
of Tnxer .we??ed In tills tlietrict lor tbe
ycr IS.:! has been received from tbo .s.-e?ior
ior collection, end tbat nil tnes therein named
pro now duo and jny .iljte. This 1. 1st iiicladc
the income t..x for lbs year 1671. together wiih
tnsra from May lft. 1S7I, to May 1st, 187:', on
CAM! m SHALL PBCPITS,
IS llKTTlflt "TIlT.rMl'Xi: AT Al.l,.
Como with the C.ith, and you 111 not have lo
uy tbe lcsses on lad debt!, but will get yi ur
If you do not mint to I.ny, CALT, ON" MI. : it
WILL NOT COST YOU ANYTHING I
It U t.o Trooblo to
Show lioiz Ci.no. I CiSrocrrsos.
SATIS FA f T 1 0 X (J V A It A .NT K E I.
7'n.vti in Exchange for Gruariis.
I have just opened out a NEW
AND COMPLETE STOCK of
Goods in the Irick building of Mess.
Wooloik &' Crrtvs, adjonung Mr.
Dors, brewers, nnd manuf.icturer. of Tob.iccotind
Ciors. I will lie at tlic conn nouso in noy,
Mo., Mty 25tb, 187a, licn and where all parties
in ibc.county of Lincoln tubject to nbovo nixes
am rr-miired to uiko paymsnt s or .yuiont may
be ui.ii.0 nt my oOcc in New Florenco nny day
before tbat time. Ard notice is further (riven
va w, rn.nm n.frn.mi ,.m,,.., ihat nil parlies who neglect to pay tho turns due
NO. 210 JtO.iTH FOURTH bTRKKT l,v tlieni ! relatively, within tho FMeiOcd lime,
I will at tho cxriralion thereof become li.blo to
I jiay firo per ccr.t, additional upon tbo amount
thereof, todlicr with milc.ise nnil eost i and
noiico is further given tlmt p.irtit who refu-c or
neglect to lake out tho required unucj niaics
fiarTnanTaSt i Withrouf s saddle, and harness store,
OTICK Is hereby given that a meelinjof tho
EaoeLholder- of tho it. I.ovir nnd Kco!:uk
Kallronil COmi any will be hold at (he coutt boaio
in Howling Fucn, I'iLo county, Mo., o.i
l'riday, the 31st day of Hay, 1S72,
yt 1 o'ekeU, . ra., for the purio.e of con.-ider-in:
t aubjei-t of cooiolidating wi,b the 1'iUe
Couniy aStioit I.iao F.aiiroad Company, and alto
of con oIUIm inj with rutae ItaMroad Coinnny
le men St. C, arlc and M. Iaou! ,
liatcd Troy, Misioui., .May o 'i, lb. J,
1..-0. Oil. .UN I,, F.esldcnt.
WM. BUCHA-A:C. Sce'y mOalO
License, will mbject tbeiuseltcs to pro-ecutlon i
in tuo United Slates District Uouit nt ft. laouts.
mlniS U. S. Colkctor 4th Wist. .Mo.
? C. C. RANSDELL,
licans to this revolt, aud tbo support they useful in a community ? And here, larltepcrs and oirners but injure the I
promised them should now bo given
To wait for tbe action of the Convention,
implies that they will abido its decision,
whilo at the same time they arc express
ing a wish that it will ratify tho Liberal
candidates. Lot the papcm that favor
io nomination givo an unqualified sup-,
a a- at I!.!-.-. 1 -a .11 a'
pun 10 iiu'so caumuuics, aim 11, win uot
as a check upon tho National Democratic
Convention in making a nomination
I throw down the t-ha!!nii"o. nnd defv other business of the place, always and in
any ono to provo that this is so. And every respect. They make idlers, and men .HOOTS A.Lt'D SHOES
alv,fr!A,a nil . t ft ta r. I ti 1 I 1 A . 1 I n ra nn aa YT Tift fl ft -Ifll fTnt-V I 1 I nnl TiatTU anr mnit. I
IVLLLaUMbl, a I ( 1. . u (, , ...... & , ai t I I V Til U UUJ ...... a. aa- aa ay a, w a -a ..... .. u a' -a a u .,j UJUIIUJ
ono to contradict wuat 1 say. Tho col- to spend, as tncy would have oluciwise,
umns of our papers, no doubt, will bo and then of the money they do spend, it
qladly open to any ono who wishes to try goes largely into tho saloons. For ex
it. Docs any one believe that saloons ample, a man starts down town with a
are nny publio benefit? Will any com- dollar in his pocket to buy a dollar's
tnunity Bay they are a benefaction and worth of coffee or sugar fur tho uc of
Tho Fulton Telegrfph proposes n con
Tetition of newspaper men at fc't. Louis
in bouor of Horace Greeley and Gov
Drown, the former ono of tho most suo
cessful journalists of the country, and
tbe latter tho founder of an influential
Western journal, In consequence of the
honor done the press in tho nomination
of thcsto gentlemen, it certainly would bo
nothing more than proper to express our
appreciation tn come such matinor.
If wo nre to vote for a Republican
and we think it altogether probable that
the Wemocratio party will have tho wi
lota to proeent no candidates wc arc at
loss to give reason why we should
not vote for JJr. Greelfy. Catlyle (111.)
point with pride to them? Do comwu his family. Ho halts at the dram shop
nitics erect inonuraonts to commemorato and spends ten cents lor a drink, or per-
thcir cratitude toward somo distinguished haps treats four or five friends. He
man lecaufc he has laid his fellow men leaves tho saloon with only a port of
under lasting obligations to him for what he intended to spond for his family,
keeping a saloon? Why no. No ono which part tho grocery keeper only gets,
ever hoard or dreamod of such a thing, instead of the original dollar with which
But what does tho saloon keeper him- be started from homo. Grocery man, aro
self think of it? Lotus linvo his opin- you the gainer by this? A man wishes to
ion. Let us call him to tho witness buv from a drv uoods storo for clothinrr
stand. Do you think, Mr. Sale on keuper, family. Ho starts down with $5, i BU.Jtlc to Oric;' and in Ilel
US EST OF WORr
The JBest Wor&men
3 am iirep.ii'Ctl lo Furnish
ifi.id.es a cad ftuiillcmcu Willi
lEie C'sck'sJ rilos'occo Shoe
Li t ccB; Ii-JaIl liools, all
that your vocation is a publio benefit ? but is stopped at the saloon and treats
Won who think this, in other purnuit.s, companions till ho his only half of the
nre not cverso to beins known bv some orimnal amount left, or porhaps it is all
title significant of their merits. Tho spent, and his wifo and children must go I
man who Icadi the nrmics of his country without the dresses. Aro you tho gainer
has no objection to being called general by this, dry goods merchant? A coun
bo is willing to bo known and intro- try man stirls to town with money to buy
duced everywhere by tbo title setting a pair of fine boots, or a little better sad-
forth his profesfion, So with tho profes dlo than tho old ono ho rides. Cut bo
nor, tho attorney, tho doctor, the editor, falls into the hands of tho saloon men
the divine, (to. How is it with you ? firtt, bocause bo's dry after his ride, nnd
Thcy arc introduced by titles indicativo they in somo way, get the u.ot of his
ot their location, Do you wish to lo money perhaps all of it. The man
introduced in this way? And do you must go without his fine boots and must
wifTi to be introduced in thistray? And contiuuo to ride tho old saddle. Are
EJoavy woi-Ia, Kiiilablc Ubr
mm p a '
nia ui..u.ii 01 lvcnilicr, and
itts i-ouxhcst flarm work.
Customer. niav rely upon
my ftooriN foeiijf; whal llicy
arc i'circsciiicl uno'-mant
and f.CNi quality.
Call aud nice our work.
C. C. EIA.8I.I.L.
Troy, Mo March 7, 1872.
I rj.i.cct to remain in Troy, mid
keep nt alt times a I.ai-gc and
Complete Slock of
I WAItlt XT my Jewelry to
be wlmt I rcprcsciit it. IT (.old.
I tell my customers so; if I'lutcd
I tell tlicm. Jewelry made nr
itil-cliacil to m-ilcr. I keep the
very heat American Watches ami
Cloi'Us lor ante.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry Bepaircd, and all
Wo, k Warranted.
and xvill keep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OP
The Season Icing short I have dttcrmimd
ON ALL G00D3.
V As I roaliicJ con.MoiaUo loca hy lha
burning uf my borac, storu anil f tock, I earnestly
call upon nil ponona who owo me to settle. I
need tlio monoy.
Tioy, Mo., Xov.SO, 1S71.
j HOUSEWIVES !
! TROY BAKERY.
rpniS BAKEUY WILL SUPPLY YOU WITH
' Ciiglit, Clcalllilul Bread,
' Cheaper than you can make it, und mvc
you the vexation of often teeing all your
Yeast and Dough turn out badly.
Tbe .J.rrjg ami summer action .will loon bo
lior-.-, nnd in order to make it jiroHtablo to my
eu.tomcrs by furnlsbing tlieui brciiil cheajier than
thcy huvo heretofore) been able to get it, I will
. tell tlcUcta, ench of which will bo jjooil for a ten
cent lo.tf of brc.itl, at the rato of lit far SM, tbm
giving ?1. ol) north of bread for a dollar.
MY STOCK OP
' IS LAROE AND VARIED, -AND I KEEP
Tll FINER QUALITIES AS
WELL AS STICK CANDIES.
Also, Figs, llaisins, dr., and nil kinds of
Cakes Pound, Sponge, Lemon,
Tea, Scotch and Ginger.
All kinds of Cakes and Pastries made to
order. All ' orders should he given
least ttco days, in advance.
Ot.Lt Ton jm TIES 1