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Shetlf Kolti(, of Adair tonty,
.Uadt seven feet four i hit Lorl.
"Jeff, why biq you like-de Cedarf "I
ttf tt 11 n S.m I i'i i. II
Juu U green do tatmucr ind do winter
"When I pat stiy foot down, I'll hare
jou to understand, says Mrs. Nojokcr,
'that there's suruetbiog there." On in
vtitigatioa it ai found to bo No. 11
Tha Cornier dotuoal says that at the
time Louia Napolon wan lying in atate
in i'oplaotl, Colfax was lying in atale in
America and -erjr stately lying it waa,
"Mary, my dear," said a dotiog hul
ls nd to tho lady who owned hita, "if 1
turn Mormon and ma try another help
fueet, the shall be a Mary too, lor your
wn dear sake I" "Be content with one
Mary, my duck," said the loving wife ;
''in my opinion another would tie merely
"I net a good deal by my wife," re
marked a worthless fellow the o her day.
"Tea," said a byatander, "I've aeen
jou i-ct a good ileal by her, white the
chopped wood for yon."
"I I mean 1 set great atore by her."
"Pshaw! you never tet a dollar's
"worth of atoro by tier in your lire."
"You think your'c darned buiart."
Another dog story I This beats them
nil. (n Clinton, Mars, a dog is in the
habit of helping himself from a pail of
"odds and cuds" belonging to a neighbor.
One day ho upfct the pail and it fell to
pieces, upon which tho rapacious creature
went home and brought hack a sound
pail, which he substituted for tho broken
tine, transferring the contents front the
old to the new, after which he hid the
t-lavcs of the broken vessel. We have
heard of "sly dogs" before, but was tbero
ever a dog to sly as this?
ArrtAiD 11k Might be Dead Scene
in tho counting room of a morning news
paper. Enter a man of Teutonic ten
dencies considerably tho worse for the
last night's spree.
Ttuion (to the man at tho desk). "If
you blease, tir, 1 wants de paper mil dis
mornings one vot hath do names of do
becblcs vot kills cholera all de vile."
He was banded a pupcr, and, after
Injking it over in a confused way, he
"Vill you be so good as to read de
names ot vot dou'l have de choleras any
more to show shust now, and sec if
Curl GcinccnkocpenofTcn hash got etc ?"
The clerk very obligingly read the
list, the Teuton listened with trembling
Attention, wiping the perspiration from
his brow, meanwhile, in great excitement.
When the Hit was completed, the namo
Tif Carl Gcin well, no matter about
the whole name ; it was'nt there. The
Teuton's face brightened up, and he ex
"Vou don't find 'cm?"
"No such namo there, sir"
Teuton (seizing bim warmly by the
hand) "Dis ish nice; dis ish some
funs; dat ish my names. I pin drunk
os never vas, and 1 vas afraid I vas gone
ted mit do cholera, and did'nt know it, I
Cuke for Croup. A correspondent
of the Hartford Times, who bas a large
fxperinco in the treatment of croup in
childern, gives the following cure.
"Nearly all parents at least thoee
having children subject to this disease
ure aware that it attacks the child, in a
large majority ofcafes, in tho night, when
perchance the fire is out, tho water en
tirely cold, and tho time taken ts light
fire and "get up steam," might in
severe cases prove fatal, while the medi
cine of which I speak can be prepared
and administered in one minute's time
Tbis remedy is simple alum. Take a
knife or grater, and shave off in small
particles about a teaspoonful of alum ;
mix it with about twico its quantity of
sugar, to make.it palatable, and adminis
ter as quickly as possible. Its effects
will be truly magical, as almost in stan
taneous relief will be afforded.' This
simple though efficacious remedy is
worthy holding a place in the receipt
Look of every family."
Bl.EEDINO AT TUE NOSE This
troublesome complaint, to which many
youn pcoplo are subject, may bo re
lieved if one only knows the causo and
tho method of cure: There nro two
little arteries which supply tho fuco with
blood on each side. Thcso branch off
from the main arteries on each side of
the neck passing over tho jawbone, about
half way from tho back of tho chin to
the angle of the jaw, undnr tho ear,
upward toward the oyo. Each of
these arteries supply just half of the
face, tho noeo being the dividing lino,
Now supposing your nose bleeds at the
right norstril, with your forefinger feel
along the. outer edge oi tho right jaw
till you feel the beating of tho artery
directly under your finger, tho ssmo as
the pulse of the wrist. 'J hen press your
finger bard upon it. The result will be
that not a drop of blood goes into that
side of your faco while tho pressure con
tinues; the nose stops instantly from the
want of blood to flow. Continue tbe
pressure for fivo minutes, and tho rup
tured vessels in tbe nose will probably
by thia time contract, so that when you
let tho blood into them they will not
leak. Bleeding from a nut or wound in
any part of the aystem may be stopped
by compressing the artery from which
the blood flows Acting upon a knowl
edge of tbis simple fact, should occasion
require, you may savo the life of another
er your own.
4se Otfmk Pr 7 Agents wantodl
tAU u classes of working pco
pie of either MX, young or old, make more money
t work for at in their spare moments, or all the
time, than at anything also- Particulars tree.
Addass 0, Stiaioa k fo., Portland, M.7vyl
Christian laStitutt -
v viniiU A
MiiBs S. A. Stuart
WOULD Inform her patroni and the public
that ihs will remove her School from Iht
nnuie on Main street to the Ch latino Inetituf,
where iho will re-open her icouol on
Wednesday, January 1st, 1873.
Mitt Stuart bones to merit a thare of natron
gc i.y her unremitting endeavor! tt Improva
iiw.o cnuuicu -no are inirusiea to ner caro.
T 12 ft MM PEIt Ht:HI()N F FIVE
Senior Claise $20.00
Junior Classes ti.00
1'ilmary Classes rt 10.00
I he Ornamental Branches will be charge
ai customary in schools, colleges, ie.
Incidental charge (tuel Ac.) lOO
Payments iade-One-a'fnt the commence
met,!and the remainder at the end of the lei
lon of fire months.
tndce Saml Watson ami ladv. St. Outlet.
T I. .1 rn Hn.Ln.. I I . I .1 I .
Dr. riam'l Overall nnd laiy, '
J. W. Rednion and lady, " "
Col. T. W, Cunningham, " "
i'qiilro Wheeler and lady, Troy, Mo.
i .ivemuer -j, 1 ',;. n4S It
St. Louis & Keokuk Railroad
A Large Train or
Novelty Cash Store.
FEEI.INO IhanVful for former patronge, I will
ay to the public, tf they will continue their
patronage, goods will atill be reduced In price.
W. S. COOPER, at Novelty Cash Stores
CtOFFEC 1 ibi to Iho Dollar.
J Threads of aP kinds i cents a Fpool.
Tins, only 5 ccnti a paper, Needles the i.ime, and
other articles in same proportion, at
TV. S. COOPER'S Novelty Cash Store.
JAI.T One cur load nn hand at the Novelty
5 Cash Store, which will be told cheap for cash.
DRY GOODS, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Hoots
and Shoes, Urocerrs, ifc, a full supply at
W. S. COOPER'S Novelty Cash atore.
THE highe't market price paid for Country
Produce at tbe Novelty Cash Store:
TTAVING completed my second year among
..a. you, i as you to call anu oc posted.
V. 6. COOPER.
EXPRESS WAGON always standing at tbe
door. Goods bought at the Novelty deliv
ered anywhere in town free of charge.
W. S. COOPER.
For Good Turnouts
GO TO THE BRICK
ON MAIN STREET,
T ROY, IVI O .
Buggies and Horses to hire. Horses boarded
by the day or week.
I also run a daily mail and passenger lino to
and from the St. L. K. Jt N. railroad. The hack
will leave Troy at 7 o'clock in the morning, mak
Ing conr.rctron with both the Eastern and West
ern bound trainv. My hacks and teams are kept
in good order, and careful drivers manage them.
"30tf JACOB UAKTMAN.
WUOIESAIE AXD RETAIL DEALER
Watch- Materials and Tools.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
NO. 210 NORTH FOURTH STREET
I Between Olive and Pine Streets)
May , 187
A. Find Clans New and
TUE MISSOURI REPUBLICAN, published
every morning, by mall, one y ear( $12. To clubs
of three, $.14 j of ten, 1100.
THE TRI-WESKLY, published Mondays,
Wednesday! and Fridays, S a year j three coplei
$17 6ve copies $27 ( ten copies $50.
THE WEEKLY, $2 a yoar, three Oopies $3,
Ure eopiee $8, ten copies fifteen dollars, twenty
copies twenty-live dollin.
Additions can bo made to ctubi at any time at
club rates. len per cent, commission allowed lo
Agents getting up clubs.
Papers not lent unlets paid In advance, and
Invariably diiemtlouod at tbe end or time paid
Remlllapcrs can be made .at our risk In Drafts,
Poif-oOce Ordcri or Registered Letters.
OEO. KNAPP A CO..
OTICE li hereby give that lett.n of admin
11 titration were tranted to the cnderslgned
6n the estate or William Birch, deceared, by the
Clerk of tho Probato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., on the l5lh day of February, 187.1.
All persons having c'ainu agslnit taid estate
are required to exhibit thctn to the administrator
allowance within one year from the date of
I letter, or Ibcy may be preeludod from any
efit of laid estate) and it not exhibited
within two yean from the date of said letters
taey win be forever barred.
feblV WM. PALMER, Jr., Adm'r.
OTICK ii hereby glveu that letter! of ad
ministration wero cranted to the under
stcned on the estate of tWlllnm Kuetemann, de
ceased, by the Clerk of tho Probate Court of
Lincoln county. Jlo., on lue iitnuay of tenru
Persons having clalmi against said estate are county, Jlo., on tne csiaio oi vtnnamn. r.i
requlred to exhibit them to the admlnls ratrlx berry, deceased, on tho 27th day of Nov., 1872.
within one year from the date of laid letters, or All rr ons having claims against laid estate
they may be precluded from any benefit of said re required to exhibit them for allowance to the
estate) and If not exhlblte I within two yean Kxecutcr within one year from the date ot
from the date of said letters, they will be forever laid Icttcn, or they may be precluded from any
barred. SOPHIA C. KUETEMANN, Adm'x. benefit of said estate, and if not exhibited within
feb19u7wt two years from the date of laid tetters, they will
bo forever barred.
I ROBERT F. ELSTIERRYf P.,
Administrator's Notice. dcci benj. f. elsberry, )
JVOTICE Is hereby given that letters of ad-
1 i ministration were granted to the undersigned
nn the -citato of Rebecca J. Dumphy, dcc'd.'by ' I3XCCUtor'S 1'OtlCCs
thcClerk of the rrobatc Court of Lincoln county, rOTICEIa hereby given tthat Icttcn testa
Mo on the 13lh day of January, 1873. 1 1 mentary wer- granted to the undersigned
All ptrsoni having claims against laid estate ""th. rafale nf .Inhn A. Sllinn. nVrenniHl.
are required to exhibit them to tho administrator
for allowanco within ono year fron tho date of
sail letters, or they may bo precluded from any ,
benefit of taid estate, and if not exhibited within
two yean from tho date ef laid letteri they will
be furever barred. I
jan22n3 JONATHAN DODSON, Adm'r.
Subicrfbe for the IIEUALD. Ouly
gygi L m mtm
c;emii; rim 11,11 m nwmim machine
With Mounted or Down Power, Straw Stacker, Patent Braces, Baggage and Register.
Dodge't Combined Iteaper and .llower, Sell-Raker or
Rest and most reliable Self. raker in the world.
Xlie Jetitel "Wltite-wntei rarm .ncl
Is superior to any other Wagon made in Durability, Style and Finish, and is warranted perfect.
THE YANDIVER CORNPLANTER,
Improved for 1873. The only Planter in the world with Sl.ovels to cover the corn, and gauge
wheels to regulate Iho depth of planting. Will i over tho corn on old as well as fresh plowed
ground. Has check row, drill and sod attachment.
lite Itlackhatvk Cultivator.
Riding or Walking, Iron or Wooden Beam. Uuy ono early, and put j our oats tn with it. War
ranted to give lalitfjcltuii.
The above Machines can be cen nnd bought ut T. V. WITHKOW'S, Troy.
He will tako pleasure iu sbowiug )ou the machines.
. D. LOVINtt,
feb5nom4 Solo Agent for Lincoln county, Mo.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
PICTURES & PICTURK FRAMES
Perfumery ana Fancy Irticlcs,
SOAPS, BRUSHES AND COMBS,
PIPES, aGkA.tS f3ST TOBACCO,
RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AND NATIVE WINES,
FOil MEDICAL USE.
And Everything Uusually kept
Troy, Mo., May 16, 1872.
'1 m, Copper. MTAII
lm II B " ft ft
A FINE LOT OF MOLING AND INDUSTRIAL PLOWS,
AT FACTORY -dmSaPKf RETAIL PRICES.
"wiisriDO"W sash jtvisrp glass,
And Everything that map Be classed under the name of hardware.
, rifc STORE OR n AIIV STREET, TROV, ItlO.
NOTICE Is hereby given that lottori of admin
istration were g-anted to the undersigned
on the estate ef Tbomai Wtatherford, decoa-ed,
on the 18th day of Janua y, 1873, by the Clerk
of Ihb Probato Court of Lincoln county, Mo.
All H..U.IH bavins; claims aenlnst said estate
are reouired to exhibit thorn (o the adialnlstratori
. . " . i i . r .t... . . i - t
i for allowance within one year from the date of
1 said letters, or they may be precluded f.om any
i benefit of said estate) and if not exhibited
within two years from the data of sal letter,
they will be forever narreu.
FRANKLIN 1). WEATHPRFORD,
I1IRAM W. WEATIIERKORD,
NOTICE Is hereby given that letters tci
inmpnlirv were granted to the undersigned
by the Cletk of the Probate Court ot Lincoln
by tho Clerk of tho Probato Court of Lincoln
rnnniv. M . nn inn mh ,tnv nf IWr. 1R72.
All persons having claims against laid cstato
re required, to exhibit thorn to the Executor
for ,0ance within ono year from tho'dafo of
i,er.. or ihev rnflv bo Ttrrcludcd from anv
benefit of said cstato, and ir not exhibited within
two years from Iho date of said letteri they will
bo lorevcr Larrca
O. a. WILSON. L'xcc'r.
in a First Class Drug Store
1 n - . i U I
r in i
CAKE k ttOGSRS' eOIAJMK.
L-n put at cYftR
K vAM TV TROY
JJ SHOP AT THE TAN
OUIt IAHGE STOCK OK
j r - -t. A
Hair Saddle Girths,
heather Saddle (Sirths,
Web Saddle Girths,
Trace Chains, '
l'low Gear, &o.
BoysJ and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Every Style,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
Hides and Tallow.
BOOT AND SHOE
We manufactuee our Boots and Shoes,
baddies, Harness and Collars out of
Leather ot our own Tanning, and aro
tho only persons in t roy who manufac
ture out ot leather made at our yard.
Ooods and prices warranted to
OAEI & ROGERS
1?. O. OAK.
Real Estate Agents,
ireyf -iicen Coaity.Ht
Jiuy rtd 8U .4. P.y Taxea lor .
.l...l. nl.. a.. . noa
in n-airacii or Title.
Write Deedi, Mortgagea, Plat, '
They Offer for Sale (he FelUM
Lands r 5
o. Improrai farm, 189 aerti, i n
-orthweit of Auburn, 3 miUs of railroad .'
mild of rook road, 3s aeroi la entttratloa is
arroi iplrndld timber, hewed-loe boose l u
rlci, liable and corn erlb. Price iJJOtf. oniiii i
cash, balance on time.- "".MalkWl
No. Coal land 6 mllea roathweit of Tm.
40 acres In tho middle of the coal fields .7i
olthln 100 yard! of the shaft at the Link ?.
Price $2000, half cash, balance on time. '
No. 3202 acrei unlmprorcd timber lul
i milei south of Millwood ami edlolnlnr W..i
prairie. Prlc 800, third cai Uiaace on M)
No.B Homo and lot In Trty, frame boon
SO by 40 and one atory high, 4 rooms, eloitt
smoke house, clitera, shrubbery, Ac, lot 100 1
100 foct, 2C0 yardi from town spring. Price and
termi $1000 cash, M
No. 6 Farm of 119 acrei. IV mil.. r ...
Mill, 29 acra In enllWatlon, 99 acres f0od'
tlmber' 18 lr,,,lnK Pc"ch ,rec' Prl" net
acre, two-lhlrdi cash, balance on time. f
MO. 7 H ncrc.1 timber land, underlaij wild
coal, ii miloi of Moscow. Prico $ij r,tI Ml,
tvro- thirds cash, balance on time. '
No. 8 Improved form of 93J seres, ons
mllo from tho court house In Troy, 21 acres la
cultivation, 23 acres in pasture and meadow, 100
fire year old apple trevi, 25 peach trees, -1J acres
splendid timber, 2 story frame 18 by 21 and sn
L l-itory .18 by 21, all In good repair, snokt
house, chicken house, itabloi and crib, A No. 1
tobacco barn of 6 tiers, good well. Prlc
lernii t35 caih per acre. Oust the place for t
"ion who deilrei tocarry on aimall ferm.and
,, gel lhe i,cncfit of gooi .ch, ia T ' f '
No. O Improved firm of 80 acrei i miles
cast of Trov, 25 arrei in culliratloa, 55 acrei
good timber, loghouio 16 bylS, 1 Jfstorles, imoks
house, corn crib nnd stables, 125 yonng fruit
Ircci in bearing. Price Ji35 per acre, two thirds
C8sh balance- on time.
No. lO Improved farm of 80 acres 2 mlb.
louth of Troy, H5 acroi in cultivation, 15 acres
In grass nnd 30 acres timber, house IS by IS, I);
toriei, klrchen 14 by 16, smoko house, cellar,
atablo tfacxled on two liJes, gtannry, crib and hra
house All these brildings aro new and sub
itanliat. Well anil pond of stock natei, 25 in.
iilo, 2i peach and 0 pear trees of excellent frnl:.
'rico 3U dols. per acre, two thirds castt lalince
No. II Iaiproicd farm of 200 acres, S mile!
northwest of Troy, 70 acres in cultivation, 131
ecrei iimocr, i story nouse is by W with L kit
chen 16 by 24 ono etory, smoke house with cellar
under it 7 It deep, stables, corn crib, new f-ter
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 treilia
lieurinc, consisting of ancles, reaches, netri.
plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries. New and
commodious school homo near. Prico 29 dols
per acre, half cash, balance on time without in
No 12 Improved fatm of 80 acrei VA milei
west of Chain of Hocks, in a ticrinm neighbor
hood, 40 acres in cultivation, 40 acres Gne timber,
house, nuoko house, good well, stable, tobacco
barn, apple and pcacts orchard, new school house
close at hand. Price 20 per acre, hair cash,
bal.nce on time.
No. 13 Improved farm of 200 acrei 4 mile)
cast of Troy and 2 miles of Moscow mills, 100
acres fenced, SO acres in cultivation, 20 acres ia
grass, 100 acres timber, 2-story house. 20x30.
rellar under it, smoko house, nplendid n.ll,
l.l , si. n ...1 t ' ' .... . I
i"Ku i.iu, luuuccu oaini, sou tipple irwff,
penrs, peaches, cherries, grapei. Land produce!
M busficla corn per aero this ycai. New school
house completed nnd paid for convenient. Price
$18 per acre, half cash, balance on time.
o. no acres, Improved rarm, 50 acres
fenced and in cultivation, splendid timber, in
cluding a good sugar camp, 30 bearing fruit trees,
two-story log bouse, lathed and plastered, sniolt)
house nnd outbuildings, 3 splendid springs on
tne farm, xnis lariu is uve milei Irom iroy ami
half that distance from St h & K Railroad. Price
No. 15- 1150 acrei of splendid land located
near tho north line of this countv. The rock
road from Auburn and tho St L 4 K Rr both rsr.
through this tract. About one half of this land
is fenced and has six dwelling homes located at
different pointi on It. Stablei, cribs and tobacco
barns aie large and well built, and at convenient
points on the rait-. .The entire tract is offered r.t
the very low figure or $20 per acre. Or wo will
sell tracti or 80 acrei, 120 acrei, 160 acres, 200
acres; at a small advance on the nbovo price,
according to thoitnptovemcnti and location of
the particular tract desired by the purchaser.
No. lO Improved rarm or 80 acres fencd
and 40 acres in cultivation, large house, 1!(
stories high and a kitchen 12x 16 ; spring within
short distance, 4 good springs' on place ; 100
fruit trees of apples, peaches, chcrriea, plums,
pears ; within one mile or a grist and saw mil!,
ii miles louth or Troy. Price $15 per acre.
No. 17 144 acres, small bouse and about 15
acres cleared and nnder fence, 12V acrei of
timber, 5 miles north of Trov. Price $500.
No. 18 Four well improved, splendid hrm,
lying In one body or 525 acres ; will be sold
separately or togotber. 160 acres has large
dwelling house with 7 rooms, 2 porches, part of
the bnuie new, beautiful slto, with largo sLade
trees in yard, 2 tenant houses in the yard, smoko
bouse, well of living water and a cistern, notf
barn 36x44; old stable; granary, corn crib;
plenty of stock water; 500 young thrifty apple
trees of selected fruit, 100 choice fruit trcos ir.
bearing, and never rail any year. Ail well
fenced in fields or convenient siso, pastures nnd
meadowi well let in grass and clover, 30 acres of
fine timber. This ii, and has been for years,
the model rarm or the township. Price $35 per
acre. 160 acrei has dwelling houje l'.J stories
high, lei S x20 with L kitchen, corn crib and
table, all new; 40 acroj re need and In cultiva
tion, 120 timber. Price $20 per acre. 120 has
dwelling 16x:'3 with L porch on louth aide cf
bouse, smoke honso, cistern well, stables and
cribs; land all well fenced, 60 acres In cultiva
tion and meadow. Prico 25 dols. per acre. 85
acres, 40 acres in cultivation, 15 acres meadow,
no bulldlogs, 30 acres timber. Price 20 dols. per
acre. Price or the entire tract or S25K acres,
$22 50 per aero. Terms 3,000 dol. caab, balance
No. 10 New two-story dwelling and 8 lots In
town or Troy. House 16x26 with Ii 16x28, por
tico in front and porch on back, 6 large rooms, a
closet, well of living water, large cistern; iraoki
house and stable. Large number of fruit trees
In bearing, apples, peaches, pears, sweet cher
ries, morllln cherries, plums, quinces, Ac. With
in two square of churches and echools. Price
two thousand dollars.
No. 31 Improved farm 40 acres of iplendld
land In a German neighborhood, In a high itate
of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoke house
and stab e, some fruit treei. Farm well watered.
Within VA mile of Chain of Kocks and i mile
of Mouth of Big creek. Price 1500 doll.
CAKE tt McXELLAK,
YOUR BUSINESS IN TUE HERALD M'O
IT Wlfcl PAV.