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LOCAL AND COUNTY.
Call for a Miss Meeting.
Lost Branch, Lincoln Co , Mo, )
.May 20, 1872. J
Pursuant to a call mad by the State
Central Conitulttct for delegalts (o meet
in Convention .on Wednesday, the 12th
Uy of Juno, prox., in tho hall of the
House of Representative, at Jefferson
City, for tho purposo of appointing thirty
delegate! to represent the State of Mis
eouri in the Dcmoeratio National Con
vention, to bo held in Baltimore on the
$th day of July, 1872, tho Democrats of
Lincoln county are requestod to meat at
the court houso in Troy on Saturday,
'tho 1st day of June, pros., at 1 o'clock
of said day, for tho purpose of selecting
delegates to represent them in said con
tention. W. W. SHAW.
Chairman County Central Committee
iLet'tho Democrat of the county turn
tout largoly at'thls mooting, express their
fopinions, and appoint delegates repre
senting their minds in rogard to the pros
oat political campaign. According to
the call made by tho Chairman nf the
State Central Committee, this county is
allowed two delegates. The majority of
tho party in Lincoln county wo bcliovo
favor the Cincinnati nominoes ; and if
such proves to be really the caso at the
moss tneoting, delegates representing
their cause should bo choson. In order
that a full expression may be made, as
many as can should attcud.
For Rent. Tho brick livery Ettble,
on Main street is for rent. Terms liberal.
Apply to B. S. Crews or 11. 0. Wool
"Musio in tho morning, musio in tho
evening, musio at any timo," aud more
especially at Christian Instituto Hall noxt
Monday and Tuesday evenings.
It Ticks at Last. We own a family
time piocc, prized tnoro for its former
associations than for its intrinsic value,
that bus of late yoars been in the hands
of mora than a half dozen watchmakers,
nono of whom ever bettered its condition
We bojan to despair nnd laid it carefully
away. Speaking of tho wutch otie day
before Mr. Jienj. Scully, nti excellent
watchmaker, who has lately settled among
us, ho asked us to let him try hid hand
His generous offer persuaded us, though
-wo had little hope that ho could do
much better than tho others. In this
wo were mistaken, for ho skilfully
sought out the defect and rcpai-cd it,
and now, after carrying it for somo time,
wo Bud that it ticks along as lively as a
crickot, and U apparantly cood for many
inoro years of aorvico. Wo feel no hesi
tancy, after this trial, of pronouuoiug Mr.
Scully a Grit-class workman, and recom
monding him us such to all who have
stubborn watches Ho may bo found nt
tho Telegraph office, in the bluo building
opposite tho court house.
Who doesu't like good musio ? Go to
tho Concert n&xt Monday and Tuesday
evenings. Only 50 cents a ticket; chil
dren 25 cents.
Lost. Between Troy and Mr. Mcnt.
Cottle's, on the Chain of Rocks road, a
gold Anchor. Tho finder will bo re'
warded by returning it to li. D. Camp
bell, or leaving it where he can get it.
"We mentioned last week that the
Sheriff had received notico that a man
answering (ho description of Guyatt had
been arrested for horse-stealing in one
of the lower counties of tho state. He
-was taken to St. Louis, and after being
questioned in regard to the matter ac
knowledged that he was Guyatt. Dep
uty Sheriff Charley Wing went after him
lust Monday, but owing to tho insccuro
-condition of our jail, will probably take
him to Warrenton.
Wo have bad several hard rains within
tho past weok, accompanied by uncom
fortably eool weather for May. This
may have a tendenoy to lesson tho rava
ges of the chinoh bug.
Grand Muiical Concert, (or the boncfit
of the Presbyterian church, at Christian
Institute Hull next Monday and Tuesday
Tho cut worm has bean doing oonsidar
nblo damage in the gardens about town,
Cabbage and tomatoes appear to be tboir
New Stocks. Wo notico that Messrs,
Parker, Crews & Co., Messrs. Jackson
& llutt and Messrs. Crump fc Wing havo
just recoivod new stocks of goods, and
thoy didn't forget that muoh abused girl,
Mr. Lowis Wolfgram has a show caso
full of handsome jewelry, just received,
sets ranging from $10 to 840. Call and
If you like good musio don't fail to
purchase a tiokot to tho Musical Concert
noxt Monday and Tuesday evoning.
Ad mission 50 cents ; children half price,
A correspondent of the Clanvillo Sen
tinel favors Col. Ilutt for Secretary of
State, Ha oouldn'l havo hit upon a
Won't fail to buy tickets to tfl Concert.
'Our seduta aototnDorarr nf la T.
Herald savs ttiat tho
lately had a high railroad fever over
the rirOSreCt1" Of tho Climnl.tinn nf Ilia
Ht. Louis and Keokuk rflllrnaif mm tit
ridge route. We think it more likely
that tho reonle of that
railroad colic, and that a soon as they
can find vent Tor their surplus gas they
will bo as flabby as a cast-off inm.u hnv.
Clarksvllle Sentinel. '
Wo can assuro our friond of tho Sen
tinil that our railroad food is of a more
substantial quality; but it seems that
ho oan'i even ra'no railroad wind enough
of lato to get up afirstolais colio. With
a grin of quiet resignation he leans back
in his soft paper cushioned ohair and asks
that no "more lottcrs Squiring obout tho
railroad" ha sent him. Wonler if all the
gas our friond has disposed of has made
him feel dabby ?
Choruses, solos, ballads, duets and in
strumental music, at Christian Instituto
Hall next Monday and Tuesday ovonings.
At a meeting of the incorporators of
tno Jiincolu County Jlming, Monufuctur
ing and Transportation Company, hold
yesterday nt tho office of llio no,niany,
213 Third street, Uio following scntlemon
wero elected directors for the ensuing
year: A.F.Dyer, St. Louis; Charles
Doty, Alton ; Thoa, B Strodo, St
Louis ; T. P. Saunders, St. Louis ; A. S
Whito, Now York ; John K. Knox,
Lincoln county ; llicharu H.Norton, do
Tho directors then convened nnd elected,
Charles Doty president, A F, Dyer vice
president und general superintendent :
Mr. Theodore J. Bartholow, of tho bank
ing house of Bartholow, Lowis & Co.,
treasurer ; II. W. Hunco secretary.
Tho ocject of tho company is to do
vclop tho coal Holds of Lincoln county,
Missouri. In pursuance of this object,
thoy propose to build a railroad from
Cap nu Oris, on the Mississippi river, to
Pendleton on the North Missouri, a
length of 3G miles. Tho coal to bo
brought out is tho block coal, used for
smolting iron in St. Louis. Tho capital
stock is $1,800,000. Republican.
The best musical talent of the commu
nity will charm the audience that assem
bles at Christian Institute Hall next
Monday and Tuesday evening.
Says tho Muscutino (Iowa) Courier :
"Wo-havo done and arc still doing busi
ness with quite a number of Advertising
Agencies throughout tho country, and
have no fault to find with them, but
Messrs. Geo. P. Rowcll & Co. civo us
moro business than any other. Furnish
ing a large amount of advertising, and
pnying promptly, has put this houso at
tho very head of Agencies, and has made
them a name for honeity, reliability and
promptness, wnicn ot itselt is wortu a
Tun Nkw Township. By reference
to an advertisement in this paper, the
boundaries of the proposed new town
ship, to be called Nineveh, mention of
which was ma do laBt week, may be seen.
Tho County Court will take action in tho
matter on tho first day of the August
A New Thing in Troy.
j. r. j.ynott'b iiauuwarg store.
Ilaidwarc at hardware store prices.
Buy no moru hardware at dry goods
stores, but go to J, P. Lynott's, where
you can find anything in tho hardwaro
lino 10 per cent, less than you havo been
paying for tho samo articles at dry goods
stores. All kinds of tools, nails, bolts,
butts, hingo', screws, files, axes, hatchets,
shovels, spades, forks, wreuohes, locks of
ull kind ; rvic Jincst lot nf table cutlery
ovor offerod in Troy, at 10 per cent, le.-s
than can bo bought in tho stores. I buy
moro hardwuro than all the Mores in
Troy put togothcr, and buy it at least 10
per cent, less, and givo tbo farmers the
benefit of it. A Gno lot of Molino and
Industrial Plows on hand ; agent for tho
Champion Reaper, the best combined
machine in tho world ; Walking Culti
vators ; Agricultural Implements at fuo-
tory retail prices, window sash and class.
The celourated "superior Cook Stove, 1
sell and warrant. Also, something for
the ladiet: A nica lot of fancy painted
toilet sets, Japanned and pressed tinware,
scissors, fluting, and all kinds of tho best
quality pinking irons, smoothing irons,
ladies pockot knives, silver tea and table
spoons, ivo , &o. Don t fail to call nnd
examine goods und prices boforo purchas
ing. J. P. LYNOTT.
l'OK CHEAP CiltOCEItlES
Gill on J. Wilborn, Troy, Mo,, who will
for the. next CO day's sell nearly at cost,
QUEEN AND (1LAS3WAJIK OF ALL KINDS
Call first and get your Choice. llm3
Tomato, Beet, Early York and Early
Wyroan Cabbage plants, 10o. a dozen or
50o. a hundred, at Buffalo Nursery.
Brazilian Whito Sweet Potato plants 75o.
per 100 ; othor Sweet Potato plants 50c.
per 100, at Buffalo Nursery.
For ohoico family groceries, go to J,
Wilborn'e, on Main street, Troy, Mo,
All orders left with him will bo fillod
und dolivcrod in good order. nll-3ui
Tho acoounts of five out of the six
collectors of customs at Mobile, who
have run that Federal machine since the
war, are atill open and unsettled.' That's
a pretty fair average of tho genoral busi
ness management of the administration
one sixth reasonably fair and fivo sisjhs
slipbhod, bhuky and HUHjiciom,
tliti' 01. Louis Fashion Idler,
Corrospondonco of tho Lincoln County Herald,
St Louis, May 20, 1872.
Dear Herald: I havo always givon
Uiysolf crcdl for poiseasiug tUO greatest
when I said anything 1 really moant it.
r i ,, i r m.ii
I have altered ray opinion of mysolf
within tho pasi wook. It was only in
my last letter that I derided colls and
praincd curls, and now, in one short vock,
I am as much coiled as any one elso.
This gives one the delightful sensation of
feeling that she boars a very clofo resotn
blance to the bob tailod street cars now
in use on some of the railroad linos
At least that is tho way I fsol. Follow
ing that stylo is my first error against
consistency. Now for tho second. I
said a Dolly Vardcn was horrible and I
was tired of them. Now 1'vo got mo ono
It's a beauty I Imagino a light buff
ground, with a queer shaped flower, tho
size of a gold dollar, (if you remember
how largo that is), ami of a brick dust
color, with purple and black and whito
leaves, all arranged on a black stem with
barj acrosi it. Just imagine this, if you
can, and that is my Dolly Vardcn.
Since tho nomination of "our later
Frauklin," Greeley hats are the style for
gentlemen, but not such shocking lnd
hats as Iloraci is roportod to wear. Good
Democrats can now kcop their politics in
full viow of overy one. An addition
might bo ruado .in the ehapo of a brown
rliiin n iicnntti-'
WUtIO 000 uay
band, instead of tho
worn. 1 ho Mat woulu be tor Ureeley,
and the band for Brown.
A friend asks for styles for elderly
ladies. I do not think tlicro are elderly
ladies nowadays, for all ladies dross in
almost exactly tho same style, the older
ones wearing the styles better adapted to
moro youthful faces nnd figures. A
black dress of some good material is tho
most suitablo costume that can be worn,
A perfectly plain duress is out of tho
question, and tlio inevitable tlounco and
overskirt must be added. Velvet trim
ming is most adapted fur winter drossos,
though it is never out of placo on a hand
somo black alpaca.
I mentioned in a formor letter that
flounces wcro pointed, rounded and cut
in Fquarcs. Somo of the suits that are
mado with points have a littlo tasicl at the
end of each point. It is quite a pretty
trimming. If littlo bolls wero only worn
instead of tassels, what music there would
bo when the wind would blow. Lawn
mits are pretty, and the lower skirt is
made of tho solid grouud, as pink, blue
and green, with a polonaiso of hair striped
lawn of tho color and whits. Tho ouly
, , .
trouble H that thoy do not boar doing up
uiacv times, as the lawn is ant to come
OUt of the Wash a little faded, and to LO
liltln In, than ..men or hluo and n little
more than whito.
I noticed in Jennie Juno's last fashion
I.t, or .W -I., inn, on. nl. tina 1 1 1.- .fntrd
............. v -
that hooped skirts wero not worn, ami
would not be. That may bo tho case in
New York, but I am positivo it is not
so in St. Louis. Hoops are worn here,
iudcint! bv the evidence of mv own eves.
Drones are now won. trailing an inch or
several inches on the ground,
iucbes on the
aud It 18
necessary to wear crinoline in
havo them hang nicely.
Gold jowolry seems to hi more worn
now than any other. Ono objection I
havo to it is, that it is sn successfully
imitated.. Tbe-othcr day, when rejoiciug
in tho possession of a pretty set of gold
jewelry, purchased from our worthy
patron, Mr. Sylvester, I met a damsel of
tho Hibernian persuasion, who I suppose
was equally rejoiced in being ablo to
wear almost an exact ic simile of mine,
which she bad purohascd from ono of tho
"dollar stores. " (By tho way, I
readers of the Herald, who dotiio to pur
chase nico jewelry, or anything in that
line, or to have repairing dono at
crate rates, to call on Mr Sylvester
210 N, Fourth ttrcot, whero their wants
may bo readily suppliod.) Somo ludios
havo thought of discarding jowolry en
tirely od account of so muoh imitation
being worn. You still moot ladies on
the street who nro minaturo walking jow
elry stores, with heavy opera chain and
watch, a necklace and lockot, ear-rings and
breastpin, broad chain bracolots, and,
besido, handsomo rings, which do not
gcnorally hide their glimmer under a kid
glove, I do not blamo them muoh, for
if thcro is anything I havo a passion for
it is for jowelry. Band bracelets aro
worn fastened with chains, to which a
littlo oharm is attached. I would not
advise ono to follow that fashion for the
charm would bo continually in tho way.
White stitching on shoos is no longer
fashionable, black being used instead of
oauor uui lor niuo uoys aro uiucu
worn, and aro pretty. With these a
h.ir , i,ti, i,..ni,
o.:i. ...!.. r- ii.. t. - t.
a littlo sword or horn, as tho youthful
wearer may dosiro. I'd always prefer
thn sword, if the boy was to bo around
whero 1 wai, Tor the born is an excellent
method ot torturing poor mortals to
despise musio from one born. 'Musio in
tho Mioming, musio in the vening"
musio on anything, fcit aw accordcou 01
single 1ior,or S. MoK. V.
MOTI0E Is hereby given thai tho undcrslgnod
tato of David M. Anderson, dcoeascd, will malco
a final (otuoincni 01 nis n ministration 01 sniu
palntn nt tlio next term of tho I'rubato Court of
Lincoln county, Mo., to bo begun, and held In
Troy on tho second Monday In July, 1R72.
m'JJnal M. N. BONFlLS, adm'r.
TVTOTICK l hereby given that letters of ailmln
11 titration wero g-ntited to tho undersigned
on tho estnto of JobuC. llnugh, (loco roil, on
tho 18th day of May, 1672, by the Clerk of the
Probata Court of Lincoln county, MUtourl
All persons having claims against raid estate
nro required to exhibit tlinm to the administrator
for nllonanco ttlthln ouo year from Hid date of
said letters, or thoy may bo precluded f, on any
benefit nf said estnto J and If not exhibited
within two years from tlio date of snlcl letters,
thoy will bo louver batted.
in2-ln2l WILLIAM WItEELKIt, adm'r.
Ordnr of Publication,
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho undersigned,
administrator of tho estate of Henry .MuMn
lilll , deo'd, on the th day of April, 1872, nt the
April term of tho l'robato Court of Lincoln
county, Missouri, for 1872, died his e(ltlonns
such administrator for tho rale of tho real estate
of said deceased, or so much thereof as might bo
necessary to pay tho debts duo by said deccasod,
accompanied by tho lists and Inventories required
by law, and that unless tho contiary be shown,
an order will bo made fur tho sale of said real
cslnto nt tho July term nf said l'robato Court for
1872, which torm will bo begun and hold nt tho
court houso In Troy, .Missouri, on tho second
Monday in July, 1S72, when an I wheto nil per.
sons interested in said estnto will nppcar nnd
show caueo why said order of salo should not bo
granted. ni23 TI10S. A. 11 ALLEY, Adm'r.
Order or PubllcaUon,
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned,
administrator of tho cstitto of rlylvnndcr For
busli, deo'd, on tho th day of April, 1872, nt
tho April term of tho l'robato Court of l.hiculu
county, Missouri, lor bli, ulcu tils petition as
mlmlntilMlnp frtF ,l,n antn nf fl,,. rnot n.lnln
f 'aid 'lcccnsed, orso much thereof as might bo
jncccJ!nry i0,,ay thodobU duoby said deceased,
nccotnpiinicil by tho lists ana Inventories required
by law, nnd unless tho contrary bo shown, nn
order will bo mado for tho salo of said real estnto
at tho July term of said l'robato Court for 1872,
which term will bo begun nnd held at tho cuurt
houso In Troy Missouri, on tho second Monday
in July, 1872, whon and where nil persons into'
cstcd in said estnto will nppenr and show cause
why said order of salo should not bo granted,
t; m23n21 CIIAS. W. MARTIN, adm'r.
TO AIL WHOM IT MAY CONCKItN:
Al'KTITION was presented to tho County
Court nt tho May term, 1872, asking tho
Court to establish a municipal township, to bo
called Nineveh township, and to havo tho follow
ing boundaries t llegin in tho channel of West
Cuitro river In tho lino of Lincoln and Mongum
cry counties, thonco north on the county lino to
tho lino of l'iko county, thonco cast on the lino
between townships 50 and 51 to tho lino between
sections 4 and o, township 51). rango 2 west.
thence south on section lifies tu tho channel of
W est Cuirro m or, thenco up tho channel of said
river to place of beginning.
Said petition will bo coniidotcd by tho court
on tho tirst day of tho August term for (or 1B72,
which Slid term will lo begun und held nt tho
co rt houso in tho town of Troy, on Monday,
August 12, 1872.
lly ordorof tho County Court.
Attest : P. C. CAKK, County Clerk.
Ily J. M. McLELLAM, D. C. m2:ln21
WHEUEAS, Charles Lava and Hannah S.
Lava bis wlfo, by their deed of trust d.itcd
the 13th ilny uf .September. A. 1) 18fi7. and ro
corded ir. Hook U, nt pngo 1U4, of tho recoid of
uecitsol Lincoln county Mate or .Missouri, con
veyed to tho undersignod trustee tliu following
described laud, situated in said cnuntv to wits
Tlio east half of tho northwest quarter of section
o7 township 19, rango 1 east, containing sev-
' cnty-flve acres, for tho purposo of securing the
piymcnioi a noio in sum uccu ucscritjcn, ami
whereas suid note is duo and unpaid, nnd I the
directed by the holder of said note to
ecu t tu d miiu, now tueroforo j. will on
Saturday, tho 25th day of June, 1872,
between the hours of 1 and i o'clock in tho a!
temoon of thnt day, at tho court houso door in
,10 (own of xroy, Lincoln con
proceed to sell for cash In hand nt public auction
to tho highest bidder, all tho land conveyed by
said deed of trust, to satisfy said debt and costs
Dl sntil trust.
m:t.l FREDERICK WI.N'Q, Trustee.
, hldd ?no IXXiX
IlnHroiid Cum I any will bo held nt tho courthouse
In Howling Urccn,i'ike county, Mo., on
Friday, tho 3Ut day ol 3Iuy, 1S72,
yt 1 o'clock, p. in., for tho purposo of consider
ing tho subject of consolidating with the l'iko
County Short Lino Ilailrond Company, and also
oi cousoiiiiaiing witn some llumimu uompany
Lciween nr. iiiuricsj anil Kt. I.nuis.
Dated Troy, Missouri, May fith, 1872.
(1EO. OHEENE, President.
WM. BUCHANAN, Sco'y nOnlO
illaiu Street Lot mid Dwell
ing House tor i;tle.
TMIE undersigned will soil on ensy terms a ono
JL nnd a half story frame dwelling and 1 lot
near tho burlness part of tho town ; and 2 vacant
lots south of C.i ko ,1c lingers' Tanynrd. V ill bo
sold separately or together.
I will also sell a lot on Main street. GO
feet front by JU0 back.
MAHTIN SEDLACEIC Troy.
C. C. RANSDELL,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BEST OF WOK A
The Best Workmen
I am prepared to Furiiili
Ladies nnd (x'ciillciueii with
the 1'inet Morocco Shoes
and French-Calf Hoots, all
made tu Order and in Hest
Heavy work, suitable for
ail kinds of weather, and
fill i-(iiiirliHf in 1111 lvn I."
- - "
MUtlSlaCt lOlt guaranteed.
Customers inav relv mum
"y Goods being What they
Call and see our work.
C. C. KANSDELIs.
Troy, Mo., March 7, 1872.
IJlauk Motel To Salo at tlill flUIlf e
Stop and Think !
The lkst Bargains at
NOVELTY CASH STORE.
Save a IlAi.r Dollar, by calling at
the Novolty Cash Storo, whore you can
lct 15 ten-cent cakes of the Parker Com
pany Toilet oap for SI, and thereby savo
W. 8. COWEll.
Thanks, Fiuends, Thanks I I de
uir.i in tlmnlr (ho citizens of this commu
nity for tho liboral patronaue bestowed
upon mo in my business transactions with
them; and as I have opened another
largo and complete stock of Notions, fio ,
ask them for a continuation of their
favors. Ab heretofore, I will toll my
goods cheaper than they can he bought
elsewhere. Almost anything you can call
lor in tho notion line I havo in my storo ,
uleo a largo stock of boots and shoes for
men, women and children, which I will
sell for very littlo advanco on first cost ;
also a complote lino of ladies and gen
tlemen's hats, togtthcr with groceries
obcapor than they cuu bo bought clso
whore of same quality. And speaking of
groceries reminds mo of thirty odd years
ago, when sugar was sold nt SO iiuuiids
tnr n silvnr dollar and the money was
(dually as lenal as it is now, though not
quite so tender.
Cull at tlio "iNovclty L'asii oiore, on
tbo corner of Main and Cherry.
,,10 W. S. COOPER.
If vou want SHOES, tho "Novolty" is
tho placo lo save 25 per eent. Corner of
Main and Cherry, Troy, Mo.
W. B. L'UUl'ttU.
If you want GIIOCEUIES at what
thoy aro worth, call on W S. Cooper at
tho Novelty Cashtore. Don't beliovo
what others say, but call ; it is no trou
bio to show goods. I was told by a lady
that a merchant said my goods were yery
iuferior, but after examining them she
bought, aud said she would call again.
The "Novelty" sells II ATS very cheap.
Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls and Boys sup
plied very cheap. Call and seo. No
tions, Quccnswaro and Glassware cheaper
than thoy can be bought elsewhere.
W. S. COOPEK.
JAS. E. EDDENS,
AGENT AT NEW HOPE FOR
C Aultman fc Co.'s
" SweepstakeS "
tho Only Gonulno
0. Anltman & Co. Koot & Vlatt,
Munufjeturrn, Om'X Ag'ls
Canton, Ohio. St. Louis, Ko.
jTj STYLES of HORSE POYiERS,
Doth Eight ind Ten Horn.
Tho Improve! " Cary " Power
Tho Compensating Power, either
"Mounted M or "Down."
A commendable ambition cttt among Thresher
to own the bctt Machine in the neighborhood.'
Nothing U more ditagrctablc to them than to hav
fjrmefi coinpUin that their woik li not Properly done,
nr to lore taljable line by reason of break a get, nd
they cannot be too cartful in electing a Machine,
Tho Sircopninltos is tlio r.ccroditad
ho rut cf the ThrcJhiiig Machine Umily, ana !u
bUri-MUR fcTrUNrn H, durability, ilmphcity, cue
of draft, tyle of h:nh, ail capacity for throning ami
cleaning grain fit fr market, Utcr ami better thin any
other, are acknowledge).
Tho ;reat roputation achieved hy
thin Utnte Machine hut kJ icverat untcrupuluui
manulAiturcra rl nun cnui agents to tttaih the name
of 'bVti:i,TAKi.iM In someway or other to their
tnacltloea anj a-ltrrtltcmciitt, to mlileaJ anJ Jccclve.
To avolJ exception tee that every Machine has the
card "C. Aultman & Co.. ManufUuierit C&ntoa.
Ohio.,' In giltlcttcti, contpicuouily on both ildea of
Tho Gouino Swocpstohcs enahlca
tho thresher t P't hU cuicintri, ichiom itofi
fyi renuiri, Tails much lor per than others, saves much
gMmbling and vexation, does the same amount ol
work with lets labor, ani enables him to select the best
and roost profitable jobs.
Tho farmer gives it tne proferenco.
and oUen ait cxtu puce per bushel, bCbiute it throhc
clean from the heads, separates perfectly, from the straw,
cleans for marled, without waste, saves all the fraln,
dees itl work with the utmot ifccd, safety, anJ econo
my, and docs not keep a gang vt man and teams about
It on cxpcnie. , ....
The Elegant ' Patent Pivot Side 13 ear," la to be
found only on the "5wccpUles."
Tho "Pntont Cleaning Apparatus'
enables the operator to control ll.u direction of the
blast, and position of the Sieves, and cleana cither
heavy, or light train, without watte, a fait as It can
be tnrcihed the cha.r and dirt, belnn separated firm
the (rain ukruxK it stkikes tiiii sieves at all.
Safoty Couplings for Tumbling Rods, which
save money, time and dinger to man and beast, are
urnlihedon all our machines.
A Written Warronfy delWered lt
Tho "Swoopstahon" h mually ery icim
article after harvest, ana psrtica should orubh baxly.
Sepaiators, Hone Fowcrs, Straw Stackers, Gears o'
Jacks, told separate wncn dealred.
Call or aend and get pamphlet Circular, giving a
full description and particulars, together with prices
NOTIGK Is hereby given thnt tho undersigned,
Curator uf the estntuof John S. Lewis, filed
nt tho April tern. 1872, ot the l'robato Court of
Lincoln county, Mo,, a Just mil truo exhibit of
tho accounts Lttwi-ou hlinielf nnd said ward, and
thnt ho will lUHke iiilloullon nt tbo July term,
187t' of said oourt for leave to maka a 11 mil
settlement of his curttorshin of said estate, and
or his discharge ns such curator.
ari23n1ty WiiiMAM 1'OUNO, Crator.
CAKK Si ItOGEnS' COLUMN.
BEFOUE PUUCHASIKO CALL AT OUR
SHOP AT THE TAN YAItD IN TIIOY
nun i-Aittic stock of
"Wagon Harness, 1
liufrpy Iluruess, ,
Open-face work do.,
Hair Saddlo Girths,
Leather Saddlo Girths,
Web Saddle Girths,
Men s Saddles,
Plow Gear, &o.
Boys' and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Every Style,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
Hides and Tallow.
BOOT AND SHOE
FOB SA LE.
Wr tnanufaotuee our Boots and Shoes,
Saddle, Elarneis and Collars out of
Leather of our own Tinniopr, and aro
tho only persons in Troy who manufao
turo out of Leather mado at our yard.
Qoods and prices warranted to