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tMOV. MO MARCH 12, 1923.
WftftftTo rofirsincol criticising ttt. rofe
T Mtator Gatcwood of lhi distrist on
fit eoatorial contest, believing that
ffoUbly be kq ndc tlit inpression
hat th f)ople of liis district did not
largtly ftot Gencial Clair. Wo were
4t least willing to accord to fcitu honesty ;
trot recent action of Lis iu the senate
ro ire not disposed to pass over without
futting in our objection, not only in rela
tion to him, bat all the people's servants
ho ato scut to Jefferson City to attend
strictly to stato business, and who in
dulge in such pastime. Ho and Senator
Urnclraeyer quite recently bad a tilt in
reference to an appropriation of somo
eort, and the debato waxed a little warm.
Senator Brockmcjcr made allusion to
come of tho newspaper comments (the
Troy Dispatch and others) regarding Mr.
(3atwood'a voto for United States Sena
tor ; (but wc can't, for the lifo of u, seo
what relevance thcio was in such pro
ceeding, as it certainly had little or noth
ing to do with the question beforo the
senate) Somo of tho newspaper re
porters 'took occasion to publish Mr.
Urock mover's remarks, excluding those
of Mr. Uatcwood. Mr. Gatcwood was
offended at this, and a few days there
after "roso to a question of privilege" to
reply to Mr. Brockmeycr and go for tho
As beforo stutcd Mr. Urockmcyer in
liis speech referred to certain articles
which hd appeared in tho Troy Dh
patch, This gave him a shadow of cx
ouso to tvastc his constituents' tinio in
defending his vote for senator, and with
a very low degree of dignity attacking
our neighbor, tho Ditputch, in which ho
sees proper to make somo assertions that
navor lc?s of truth than Cction. The
first, that Dr. Mudd, who was a dclegato
from this county to the senatorial con
vention that nominated Mr. Gutewnod,
went there with his pockets full of prox
ies. Now that is eminently incorrect.
Dr. Mudd held only ono proxy, that
of Mr. G. T. Dunn, who had instructed
him under no consideration to voto it
for Mr. Gatcwood. Hut t'io voto of
Lincoln county amounted to but little in
u convention that was "cut and dried"
by the delegates from tho other two coun
ties in the district. His next apparently
correct, but most unjust assertion, was,
that ho icccivcd a larger majority over
his opponent in this county than Col.
JIutt did. Mr. Gatcwood certainly
meant to make it nppcar that do is more
popular hero than Col. Ilutt; but why
didn't ho state tho wholo truth? then
tho public would be better able to draw
a proper conclusion. Col. Ilutt was a
caudidato under a strictly partisan regis
tration,nhcn the wholo numbcrregistcrcd
fell seven or eight hundred short of the
number registered when Mr. Gatcwood
was a ciudidato ; besides, Mr. Carroll,
our self-lauded senator's opponent, was
very unpopular here, as all over the
Mr. Gatcwood need not havo spent so
inucb time in defending his voto, and
trying to deludo himself and othors into
tho belief that bo is conscious of having
represented his constituents, for ho knows
woll onough by this time that ho hasn't,
and tho less ho says about it tho better.
As for his attacking tho Dispatch, it was
little, unbecoming his position, and un
dignified, even if ho had confined him
self strictly to tho facts. A man ccr
tainly lm a right to defend himself, but
tho halls of tho senile, where he is paid
by tho people to attend to their business,
s no plnco for this. He has no right to
waste tho timo ho is paid to legislate, in
defending himself from tho attacks ol
newspapora. Tho pooplo havo burdens
enough ou their shoulders without pay
ing a man to make f eeches explaining
why ho did this, or why ho did that
Let him sot that right when be returns
home, on tho stump or through bis
Tho St. Charles Cosmos, tho most
strioily local paper of the state, in its
i-uuc of the Oth inst., gives a map of St.
Chorlea county, and troats exhaustively
of its importance and resource. It con
tains an address of tho citizens of that
.section to tho people of the world, speak
ing of its churches, schools, newspapers,
building companies, banks, foundry,
liouring mills, woolen mills, insuraoce
companies, gas company, tho brigde, car
factory, porlc houses, tobacco, coopers
and fire company of the city ; and of tho
orchards, fruits, viuo and grape culture,
geology, timber, game, fitb, railroads,
townships, schools, towns and post.ofEces
of tho county. Altogether it is an in
teresting paper, and bespeaks tho euter
priae of Iho publishers, as well as the
vast resources of one of our sister coun
ties. It is a model paper to go beforo
the Vioona Exposition, where tho "people
u( the wholo world," to whom it is ad
m.ed, will bo represented.
Tho colored dcodIo of the DiitiL-i
Oiuubiyraptizo with -Jabs
loisian held city vleciiow
ek. Tho Republican ticket
Senatof Chandlci has a new grandsoav
Ho has mado him present of fifty-
The legislature hasn't yet determined
when it can adjourn, or whether an citii
session will be agreed upon.
Mr. Caldfcll was elected- .'rotate
Judge of I'iko county at the recent spo
cial election in that county. No political
significance is attached to tho election.
Impeached Governor llolden of North
Carolina has been appointel postmaster
at Haleigh, in that state. Tho pots must
bo taken oaro of thoueh tho heavens fall.
Goorgo II. Gordon, for thirty years a
resident of Colo couly, died last Friday,
aged C3 years, lie was a A irdman, and
was greatly respected for his noblo traits
A bill is beforo tho legislature to lease
tho penitentiary to Tlioninson A: Mo-
Nabe, at an average of $7,500 a year,
and requiring a bond from them in thu
sum of $100,000.
Don I'iatt says the police of Washing
ton stopped tho salo of tho Capitol, a
newspaper containing his burlesque of tho
inaugural festivitives. The police of
that city favor free press and free speech.
The Jonesburg Leader has "pullel up
stakes" and irono to Mexico, where it will
hereafter bo published as thu "Moxien
Weekly Leader." Tho first number will
appear about the luth inst.
The bill to appropriate S25.000 for the
payment of tho Missouri Stato imliiia
was reported adversely by tho committee,
and tho lower brineli of tho legislature
approved tho report, thus killing the
1.1. r .1 . ... .. ,
the -1 tli for another term, with the usual
pomp and formality, lie delivered an
inougural, but we haven't room to pro
duce it in our columns, and suppose it
makes but little difference to our readers.
Thero was a rumor in Washington last
week that Secretary of the Treasury
Iloutwell would resign to day (Wednes
day.) Ho wants to bo elected senator
from Massachusetts, and thinks his
chances will be enhanced by his resigns
Tho committee on criminal jurispru
denco reported favorably tho scnato bill
providing that juries may at their dis
cretion commute capital punishment to
imprisonment for lifo. Ono hundred
and fifty copies were ordered printed and
it was mado tho special order for tho
The case of Caldwell will not be dis
posed of for somo timo. Tho senators
want to take the evidence homo with
them during vacation, to whilo away the
timo with. It will bo pleasant reading
for them, and givo thorn a chance to pick
flaws in the testimony and exonerate
A bill appropriating 840,000 for the
purchase ol the ConfeJerato Orphans'
Hoii.e of Kansas City, passed tho lower
house of the legislature on tho 5th. This
is nn established institution, and 'he state
needs something of tho kind. Wo don't
know whether tho ineasuro has passed
tho senate or uot. but if it hasn't we
hope it will.
Col. Hull has introduced tho following
bill in tho lower branch of tho logista
turo : "Tho fund commissioners of tho
stato of Missouri aro hereby authorized
and empowered to sell tho bonds of tho
United States now belons-inc to tho
school fund of this stato, and invest tho
proceeds thereof in the bonds of tho stato
of Missouri, said ssla and investment to
bo mado under tho supervision of the
stato board of education, and at as earlv
a day as tho interest of the stato will
allow" Itefcrrcd to tho committee on
Waii in New Uulkens. The Louis
iana difficulties culminated in a battle
between tho opposing parties in New
Orleans on tho Oth inst ., the polico on
sido of tho Kellogg claimants, and tho
citizens on the sido of McKucrv,
promised to bo a serious affjtr, but was
checked with ono man killed and night
wounded on the sido of tho militia (or
citizens) and one policeman slightly
wounded in the arm. United States
troopa aro now in possession, and about
-,-.,, , , ,
citizen, were arrested, who were
released the day following on $1,000 bail
each. Where is this thins to ston ?
Ono thing is certain, tho pooplo of Louis
" 1 w
tana vou't submit quietly to the Kellogg
Tho trial of Guyatt for the killinc of
Carter in Lincoln, is set for tho 20th
mat. 1 he trial of Iticvcs for killing
man at Waruntoo nhnut r!hrit.fl.
net for tho 2Uli inst. Doth cases come
nere oy cuange oi venue. at Charles
i t - .
March, fife, (871.
At J? o'clock in. Monday night, to
first term of President Grant's adminis
tration ended. Wo can now look back
over tho events of tiijt period and, from
Vnll A Minan .li.....,.. ....... W. . . . 1 1 .
'frouabi lilies ' ot croscenty of uiiifor
.unt. i in tho future.
v jimuui-aii usiioii, wiiu us mjriau
rpsource, its wonderful enemy, ita coloa-
'l iis a . : : : i -
cji uuiui oi tauor, ana us tnarvoious ea
tcmriso is too nlastin nnri ftrlf.Nnafnlnitirr
. ; . .. . . . . ' --- a
to uo nciu back materially from its joy
nUS nrnnrft tntvnril fh rnt.r1ni Hapd nun
men, by any weakness or imbecility in
no pilots wno guide ttio snip ol stato.
Hdndl It w sllnf llm nallnit illirtnr. llirt
last four years has easily paid off largo
irucuons ot its war debt, Under JJout-
Tflll ft ItinnnnAmnnf floariitn lh. fnllu anrl
shortsightedness nf his cnlirn finnticinl
. I! mi i t ........
I'uncy. mere can ue no uouut mat tuai
nollcv was n nerm.itinnt i tin 11 liti h nn ilii
trade of tho nation from the time it was
inaugurated. Instead of removing tho
burdens of taxation to allow coinmerco a
period of recuperation after tho civil
war, those burdens long remained very
onerous, and oven now aro maintained at
SUell Ilit'Il fllMlf-A.4 na flprintllv fn rnfnril
our progtcss toward real fienncial ease,
particularly in tho South. Fortunately
lor trado. .Mr. Uoutwcll will nrnii.tliK-
succeed Mr. Wilson in ihn llnilcrl Slnlne
benate, and rolievo tho Treasury Depart-
mrnl nf fll slinnrfltimid t.nnttia nt.fl ttA
country of his wild, intermeddling ooliov
of emotional financiering. President
Grant s administration has been finan
cially as great a failure as mismauacc-
tnent could mako it.
In its fnrnfrln nnlinr .tin firtmtntaf rfl .
tion has gainod ono substantial victory,
in tho settlement of tho Alubama nm.
tion ; but on every other subject it has
unown mo most colossal incapacity. J lie
San Dominiro schema w:w f'mm it innno
inception, an outraco ou public opinion
in incse stale, and its ignoiiiiiuou' do
feat is recorded as one uf tho deepest
humiliations of the administration
: . 1. 1 . . r
g the last four vcars. moreover, tho
pportunity of acquiring tho "valuable
land of Culu lias several times pro-
sonteil if-elf, bin our 6iluit Solon has
failed In improve ihu oppnrtuno uceasion,
inu i in' ikitiecii ol lliu Antilles is more
iliy nnd distant to in now th in ever
! ho administration deserves somo credit
however, for tlio ncrfectiun of hundri
Iiiusiui utauM wiiii a. uropeaii potentates ;
but it is moro than countei balanced by
L tfj nfl.r,KnM trntnw.r.1 ..I .1... I? I
postal treaties with European potentates
t.muiii.1 iicuiiiiciil ill lliu iiIIU jJUhU
Alexis, nf Hlisel.l vhlln in U !icSmi.lmi
and, in many respects, tho guest of the
The domestic nolinvnf tho mlminislr.i
tion has been worse than a failure. It bo
I'm trlrk tttS, lltnr.nl n . . C
...... ...u invent UflflUlllllllUIJI. Ul CICH'
art ns Secretary of tho Treasury; it
mded with tho Credit Mnhiltar infamv
which was tho outgrowth of tho Pacific
Railroad scheme, a net enterprise of the
party in power. Its chief legislative ro
lilt was the so called KHklnx hill. civ.
ing tho President power to suspend tho
writ of hnhras corjius, when ho should
deem and proclaim it expedient.
Durini: these four voars wo havo en
joyed a period of profound peace, and
yet wo have teen United States soldiers
watchinc about the ballot-boxes in New
ork Uity and Philadelphia, as well as
in the South. He havo soldiers cm
ployed, in Louisiana, to uphold ono of
the contending factions, and' to disperse
peaceful assemt lajrcs of citizens. Wo
havo scon martial law. anil militnrr
murder in ono nf the createst cities nf
our land, at a timo of great public ca
lamitr, when military usurpation seemed
mot plauihlo and seductive ; and we
have, in many wavs and on manv nicn.
sinns, experienced what a blessing it is
1 . T, I . rt
m nave a rresmeni ot a military turn of
Du ring this administration the work of
reconstruction was perfected, and the
bitter bread cast by it on thn watpra nf
our national hopes has already bejrun to
drift back asain. lieconstruotcd Mis
sissippi has repudiated her obligations.
South Carolian. Aakansaa and Vin.imn
are trembling on tho verge of tho same
lerriuie guit. Jouis'ana is a chaos, illu
mined by no ray of bono. ("Seni-fin
Ions the prey of political vultures, but
urn ai nst, Dy a lucky chanco, under
'ho control of her own people and
was saved. Throughout the greater
part of the South political adventurers
and negroes now guide tho vaccilatine
course of public events and scramble
for tho spoils of office. Despair, deep
and dark, has settled liko a pall
over that section ; and the Administra
tinu has redeemed scarcely a single one
of the fnirpromisos.it mado four years
aco, that the South should ha
and coaxed back to tho paths of peace,
happiness and prosperity.
uut we cannot now, and do not dcliro to
pursue this subiect fiirilier. Tim
panoramma of theso events is no pleasant
subject of contemplation, nnd wo would
eladly avoid it for moro cheerful topics j
but, to day, when tho political pilots
mako their now pledges for the future,
we have deemed it well to show our
patient peoplo tho exact valun of those
pledpes by indicating to them the manner
in which the similar promises of four
vears ssro have nnt heen riiWniprl St
A grand tobacco fair will be held in
St. Louis in June S10.125 will be of
forcd in cash premiums. The fair is to
bo held under the auspices of tho To.
bacco Association of St. Louis, For
particulars m relation to the premium
mi, uuurcm iino, Ji Jjicgeir
or Jno. V, Weber, Secretary
list, ailJrcps Jno. K Liggett, President,
Iufom.ntlftn Tina Yipnn TflOfiivnil in Rt
Jofcph.tliat Deputy Shretff Georf-o Wal.
m.a 1. .1 I 1 ! .1.. it f
C,F "n vniuu m iiiQ uorincru pan oi
DeKalb county, in an effort lo arrest a
111 & tl Tlfl jYi0l ( I Vir mu Hrnnrn's ATTnn.n
in Gentry county last fall. Aftor tho
fining no lien, cncriti iioiuert, witti a
nOSRH of tnrpntv fivn man Inft Marovilln
on Tuesday in pursuit of ibo tuurdercr
aud his accomplices.
Olive Loean Joctufcd in. Rt. Charles
Tuesday of last week.
fU f.is itarfcet.
Ptouri There wa tho usual attend
nnee on Chance yesterday, and a lair
but not large business was transacted
..... ... .
- ! bottor demand and rooro active, and tho
'feelinL' was considerably Mroncer. but
i . . . .
no decided cliaugo in prices was cstnb
t!.i,n, Kriv annn rlmnr
"hands at S57 for medium to choico
sprint; extras, and winter extras at
Sd OOglO for low grades to choice
extras, Tho market closed firm,
WAEAf Thcro was n good demand
for both spring nnd winter, and tho
former was scarce and firm, moro partic
ularly for soft. Winter was firmer at tho
opening, nnd closed at an ndvanco of
!2o per bnshol. Klevotor No. !1 red
sold at 81 S0iJ?l 81, nnd No. 4 at 81 00.
iimpm tots ranged an tne way irom
81 151 03 for inferior to chnico rod.
Spring wheat sold at SI 28 for hard, and
: i i lor son.
r?nnV Tlmrn trna nn nnfitrn .tntnnnrl
fnr nnrn Itntli nn Inpnl nnniinf fn uliin-
............. au. .....
pine, and the market was firm, partieu
I -.-I.. r. t.it, .:... ,i .. .i ti.
,f..ij iui iuin iiiiau uu K.asii riuu. j iiu
snlcs were on east track at !l0e for ro-
jected ; 31(?3Ho for mixed; .11 -Jo for
yellow, and while mixed at ,1lA(;3uO,
In St. Louis mixed sold at 33c: No. 2
ellnw mixed nt.1.14n: whitn miseil nt
34 .In? .'in r. mill N n A wliitr nf .fin fvnrn.
housn lots 33o for mixed, vcllow mixed
at 33(233Ac, and white mixed ot 3U
UATS Uats were nuiet and unchanged.
with sales on East track at 2(itf?.27e. nnd
in St. Louis elevator at 20if331c, as to
IlVE Uye wn iu better demand nnd
Inseil higher -. No 2 in elevator sold at
G5(iifi7c. nnd nt the close fi(!c was offered
for No 2 in St. Louis elevator, an ad
jure of le
Tnmrrn Wo qnnte ; inferior nnd
ii'ht wek-lit IiiL'. P.'i 2."i(7V.ri Ti'i ' fnnrnrr
iln, Gti OOpO 50; planters' do. SG 250
7 2.1 ; ciiiniiinii leaf, SG 5007 25; mc-
,li l..r e- o-.. r. . i
uiiliii -minimi, a ii.il, c I ,Jin I I.Jj (.'OOll
n. ?SfS 75; medium rnnmifactnrintr
Icat. g tnSiJ ,r)t); (.'oml i!n. 810 tn 812;
medium liriirht wrappiii'- leaf, 812 to$15 ;
cood do, SIS to 825 ; lire do, 830 to 840.
Cattm: The reeelt.lr. for the twentv.
four hours endinc at noun vpterday wero
200 head ; shipment- 1002 head. Yes
terday may be said to be about as dull
uav at tho varils ns hat Iwon nr
months. And nt the close last evening
sales did not loot up much, n tho entire
saics wera mado Irom the remnants nf .
d roves that rould nnt be snld nnlv n hnn '
none other were to be proeure.h " Th '
different yards aro well cleaned of nil
kind nf stock, nnd aro ready for a frch I
apply for to-morrow's sales. Tho fol-
lnwniB is thn general ranco of prices : IllllliliC( loi C!as a 11(1 Coal
Good corn fatted nativeq, ranpintr in':. mm-i...... -
weight rrnm 1500 to lfiOO Ih.. nt .5 fin, 0,1 1 '" S light
to SO ; choice nntives, from 1200 to 1400.
at 84 50 to 85 25 and S5 50? t.nn.1
butchers' steera. from 1 1 00 tn 1rin nf
84 25 tn 84 75; native stock steers from
000 tn 1000 nf 83 75 to S4 25 ; fat cows
83 25 to 83 85 and S4.
Hons Tho receipts for thn twentv.
four hours ending at nnnn yesterday wero
S83 head: shipments 435 head. "Total i
receipt? since January 1.220,480 he.nl. j
nnd shipments for the same timo 32.490 i
head .IWoipts for tho samn timo I nut i
yoar 152 879 head, and for the week end. I
mcr yesterday 11 S30 head
ofiected yfsterday wcrn light, in cnnR-
qucneoof the supply giving out entirely, ;
packers and butchers buvinc of what
there was offered at prices ranging from
t-l 10 5-1 uu.
ALAnjiixn I'tiKCocnv. Yestcrdnv
afternoon, nhen the St Louis passenger
train, on the bt. Louis, Kansas City and
Northern railroad, had reached St.
Chirlcs, a gentleman of this city stepped
on the platform and noticed a little hoy
and girl standing there. In a few niiu
utes the train started, and on coin" to
his scat tho gentleman found it occupied
by the youthful cnuplo he had seen ou
the platform. This somewhat surprUed
him, and ho asked them whore they were
going and what their names were. Tho
hoy replied that his naiuo was Wright
.Tnllnfinn. tllnl tin trnfi b!r riiiir. nlil nnrt i
was n ton oi Dr. Johnson, ol St. Charles '
county. He also stated that tho young
lady was live years old, that her name
was itcrtha Sykes, and that they were
going to St. Louis to get married. 'I'llta '
announcemcntratherstartled the party to
Whom It Was maiio nnd as there was no
way to return the infantile lovers to
their naronts inst thin tlin trnin iin
tncir parents just ttieri, tlio train Having
run several miles by this time, they wero
brought to this city, and n dispatch was
pent to Dr. Johnaon. as to tho wherea-
mil uuHuduu, ,ub iu uiuwutrta
Douts ot his son anil fuincce. IJoth wero
detained at tho depot until last night,
when they were forwarded lo (heir pa-
n't. .1 . r . ' o
rents. ho fays this is not a fust age ?
St. Louis Times.
K Af HARRAIIIVI
www aw m w w ,
ALL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENb ED TO
AIL WORK WARRANTED
Constantly on Hn nI,
m . ...u I w.nv. I Mil
kcc at all times a l.ar-go anil
Complete Slock ol
I IV A U It IVT mi. .Iv. olrV tn
be what I represent It If (-old.
I tell my customers so; If I'latcd
I tell them. Jewelry made or
......l.u.l ... L..II fllA
I'm ktinnku iuuiuvi, ' Wl'
very best American Watches and
uiocks ior saic.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
dry Repaired, and all
SIEGEL & BOBB
Xl!JtjrJl Lt aVJ lil IC It
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
GAS AND" COAL-OIL
1IPK AXD FITriiS
T.T?7t l f A rr'T'Tj r a t a
'I1IIIM1II. mill fefffini
-m... - .. '.
' " "S 111 ail UlCll-
. . .
t ISl IU IIC.s,
Gat iTfarliincs put up to
light public IliiiltlingN, and
warranted lo give entire
A Large xfock of Fancy
Articles, Excellent Holiday
I'rcbcdts, at Cost.
rAO XT ri
blOl'0, 20o N. hlMl StrCCt.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
wnmr ui I'llUIlcailOll.
UaviJ r' aJJy. 1'1'ff, )
Chester S. Hate,, Deft, j "um "
VOW at tins day comc tho plalnttffln the above
, enttiled c-auce, anil flies bis petition and nDi-
non-reildcnt of (his State, and auks that ho be
nolfiei) 3 order of publication. It U thereloro
ord"cd Jy Clerk aforesaid in vacation that
publication be made notifying him (said defend-
nnt) that an nctiou has been commenced against
,lllu br petition In the Circuit Court of Lincoln
"unt'' '.'"'. founded upon a contract for
the sum oi Fivo thousand Ove hundred and fifty
cUillan lth Interest and cost, and to enforco
vender' Hen on the following described real es-
!"iVt0 "! ' v!1 1 in ll0,f1oulhw"t 1uar-
er or section Ao. 31 township 4 rango 1 west,
of the 5th 1 M containing 80 acres j also lot
No. 2 in the saioo section, township and range,
containing 60 acress: also lot No. 3 in taixo
section, township nnd range, containing fi:t 12-100
acre i "I") the cast half ot southeast ijuartcr of
"ruuuu i, ion usuip riv rango z west ol tho
iii i . .i.,cuutuiuing cu acres ; also I tie north
west quarter of the northwest quarter of section
Id of township -18 range 1 west, containing
SO 13.100 acres, and SO riM.l (1,1 nr... I ik ..!.
east quarter cf the northwest quarter of section
six in township 48 rango 1 west of tho 5th 1'. M.
and tho northeast qu:.rtcr of the northeast quar
ter of section No. I township 48 range 2 west of
tho 5th 1'. M., containing 40 70-100 acres, moro
or less, all being in tho county ef Lincoln aforo
said, and that unless you, said defendant, be and
appear at the next term of said Court, to bo be
gun and held at the court house In tho town of
Troy in said county on tho first Monday after
tho fourth Monday In March next, 1873, and on
or beforo tho third day thereof, If the term shall
o long continue, and If not, then before tho end
of the term, and answer or plead to said uotlllon,
the same will bo taken as confessed and Judgment
rendered ngalmt you, and slid property bo sold
I i inllafv ininn nml It!, f.. ...' (. . ..
V " 77" ' " iumier oniercu that a
copy hereof be. published in tho Lincoln County
Ileialtl. a Dublin iipwshiinr.. i .1 . n. .
copy nereoi ue puiniiiicd in tho Lincoln County
Stato of Missouri, 1
V.UHII .4IISVU.II, j
I I, William Colbert, Circuit Clerk within and
. ISKAM forded: As .
-itrK ami tlio seal of told t'nuri
, oir'" ln Tr(" ,to 20tl' r JMr-. 1873
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Wm. BTattliews & Co,
ST. LOUIS, MO,"
Special attention paid (o tf fl ,a&
of 2'utiacco- and Grain.
Cbump & Wnia
FOB THE CASH.
thi;y keep tue
BEST 0E GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ilivts and Caps,
Ladies Hose and Steel Traps,
GLOVES AND HARDWARE,
GENTS' PIECE GOODS,
Andwell, it's no use to name any
thing more, but come along and we
can jurnish you with anything you
. SOW IS THE TIME
TO BUY TREES AT
m u a & o
Brother Farmers, don't forget that our Eastern
neighbors ore feeding apples to stock with good
results, while we have onlr a scant; supply for
Alto, that Eastern farmers baro their barrels
of cider and an abundauce of the best of applo
vinegar, and hero either is a rarity with tho ma
jority of families.
And yet wo most all cultivate more land than
is profitable, and have .nltcn an abundauce of
wasto and worn out lands that could be u.ade
profitable if set in trees, besides Improving the
condition of the land.
Ilelng overstocked with winter fruits, espe
c'ally of Jannetlng and New York Ited Pippin,
or Hon Havis, I wi.l sell this spring by the Thou
sand at 975.00 ; by the 500 at $45.00. Price by
doten and 100 same as heretofore by the doitn
$1.50, by the 100 $11.50. AVill sell Hughes' elder
crab, per 50 $4.00 per 100 $7.00; per 1000 960.
Pear, Cherry and Plum trees CO eti each ; per
Concord grape, first class, 1 year vines 10 cents
encht per dozen 91.00 ; per 100 5 dollars) per
1000 35 dollars. Hearing vines each 25 ots, per
doicn 2 50j per 100, 18 dollars.
All other stock about the sane as last spring.
$&" For further particulars call at the Nur
sery, 3 miles southeast of Troy, on the Tele
graph road, or address the proprietor.
"M" Troy, no
TUORNHILL & BUSWLLi Prepr's,
THIS Is a first-class hotel, furnished in good
styio nnd its table supplied with the best the
market affords. Strangers stopping In Troy will
find hero all the comforts of homo,
Tho IIAU is stocked wl'h strictly prime Li
quors, such as llrandles, Whiskies. Wines, Ale
tlin, etc.; also tho finest brands of Cigars,
NOTICE Is hereby given that tha co partner
ship heretofore existing between Jaoot
llartman and Oeorgo P. Moltoberts Is dissolved,
The undersigned will settle the liabilities of the
firm and no others. JACOB HARTMAN.
Sroy, Mo, Febtusry 8, 1ST.