Newspaper Page Text
THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 24, 1873.
BUSS, HIMIGKE A 00.,
Wlioleiolo Dealer In
Straw Goods, Hits, Caps,
furet, Gloves, Sec,
ht. louis, maaovm.
The state Bmr t Agrlealtara. I Tho drunkard appear to have no
The regular .unuil meeting of the PrtlcVIp ml.Moii In life. He teem.
Into board Of BOriCUIIUrO WM IICIU toiiuiih m iiuiu iuii ....
In St. LouU, ou Thursday and Friday "fill up."
lt. . , ' a Irleud wrltci to an editor ror
(Itflnnrt warn enoieil for the eniU .lnl l iil,n..n.. ! la r
lug y car, as folio wa: president Nor ,lor( and sou hi response, "Do at 818 MN. Mailt at., bet. Olive and
inau J. uoimmn ; icuiri:muoin win. i do. slanu uu on a euair. ' hoiuu,ivii ,.
JLVdK Ayoung ladyof Terro Haute, In
"'""""li?.-0 ..i.r .ri.,0. H diana. Iiui T moved her ability loiup
Sirmfduko. - porta liusbaudbv. hooting over one
Tho nrcsldcat read tho annual ad- nunuruu quoin tun season
dress required by law. It was a com- Au obituary notlco in a Western
preltcuslvo production, cmuraciug a paper contained tho touching iutelll
sweat mullitudo or things portaiu ng ,,elluu t,ul tho deceased "hud nceu
to agricultural interests. In speaking mutited a llttlo luouey and ten cull
r tho grange movement, ho said : drun."
..i .. ii I - 1 ..I ii it lltriM MPA ntfiP
lovou hundred organliatlons among , A sinful man told us yesterday that
tlo far mora knowu a granges, with ho hd intended to Join the cliurch
niembersldp of over 7JD.0Q0. No this winter but the panic had set him
hnr 111110 lu the same length of tlmo back. Vheu the panic ol death seizes
has shown so powerful an .orgauisa him be will be set lurtlior imck.
It is an evtuence tnai uio mr-
Blank Book Manufacturer,
.302 Main Street, N. K.'t'or. Ollvo.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
JOB AND NEWSPAPER
St. Louts. Sen.. 1873,
Hear Sir: Wcarodcslrouiiorealllmtyour
WEDDING, VISITING AND BUSINESS
tlon. it is an eviucHcu uw uu .- A dandy asked an old sexton ir the modal attention t our recently imported
mora of this state aro n .progressiva rli,tftuir ol the bell didn't put him iu rk of fro.li Scw Htiwoih" Tea., whl.h
class: tlmt they appreciate tho im- J".'" Ucrond "No.'' replied ronl;tof extra nno Moyiie.lmpcr i.l.lun.
,!V... Jr. t n conization and deem .1 7 latici onu. .0, repiieu powjeram Young II vson.nioiciut Oolong.
porUnco of x"' tho grim gruvo digger, "b it tho ropu kxtJbolco ttwllsu Umktot, tfouehoiw,
it nt!ui!itnary to tlm piopcr piotoction t,US Ueiu uiludoi yours." and Congou, choicest Uncolorcd Japan,
of Iholr itltorcst. , Scented llninifo I'ckoc.Ac. all of which have
tin iiinntrlit that farmers have not A Southern editor announces his I been selected with vrcat care and Judgment,
......mi B -nillr.lniulv diversified svs liiiniiiliiii iii' in'i!iiiiiiir n hull. II' unu 11I and csncclally for lhl market, l'lmsc teas
tint f agriculture. "No 0110 doubts suiiiciuiit ditucusious cnu bu toiiud,
it who h is ulvcu tho mutter auy con- j0r the nut-nose of holdimr a couvcu-
aldoruliou. There ha been an over- tiuu of tho uutuors of "Ueautllul
production of a few crops. Tho great buow."
question ot supply ana actnamt his a Toxasltudical, who induced Ids
liotbe.ii studied. Wlillo there has editor to sneak of him ua the Alux
bjon an ovci-proiliictloii or ouo crop, sclamun ol 11 nurty. was surmised lo
tharo has been lack or anptlier. in lml ,,u.n disposed of tho next
our own state there is a lauicnlablo mon,lltf uy a curiUUa typographical
ncgieci iur iiisiBii -u - ireun ut A-lack Tall-ol'a-muu."
lnimi. with aome ot tho best irrar.
imr lauds to be found in tho union,
this interest is almost entirely over
Tho late liev. Huron Stow of Bos
ton said : ' rionnoii aro like guns
lnikiii. From tho best Information long or snort, now or origin or rusty.
1 can gather, tho dealers 1 11 chec8o and loaded or empty, bomu khout loo
butter in St. Louis aro paying to tho high, somo too low. They teach,
farmers of other states over one huu- amuc, or exusporale, according as
died thousand dollars every week, they aro managed."
If this lariro sum were dlstnuuieu ,
among tho farmers of our own state,
are unnntiallvllnc. bo til 111 ulylenlltl tlruwIliE.
aim every puuaazn u ijiiuruuu-cu iu bivo aai-
We Kuilclta trial, and fed contMvnt that
both the price and miallty wilt inxiuc a pur
tlon or viinr orilirs. Suiniilc.t Mont fruo on
application, and orders will recvlvo prompt
uuu vareiui aiieniiou.
WM. FOOl'E c OO.,
WholeaaU TJfA DEALEII3 and IM
318 N. Commercial street., ST. I.OVIS
i Several Irishmen were disputing
r nun iluv ilium llinlr oivn ucsL iiijiiitii.
to! 'A ,J,. ."A?: i Pni ! iinlade." s.dd uuoiher, "I'm a brick-
il tint I I ill tlfttl at Hint L
iras puriieiihirlv cmplmiic, J''e ami J
nger stund-polnt. Jlosald: to the ground
lrom airramcer stund-iioliit
"When It cost three or lour or more,
bushels of corn to pav the freight on
a single bushel to thu Kust, lurmcrs
iiaturully ask themselves if lliere is
not oino way to save u portion of
this thriio or four bushels that go to
tho transportation comp'intes. They
know thut there is now u heavy for
!ign demand for tliclr breadstufl's .
mat at 1 nt iw,ow,voo ousiiei oi our
Slmpkiiis, having wedded and sot
tied, ucuumulutcd u slight hear over
ins cycurow, tue cauxe 01 wiuuii n i
unnecessary to state; but an inntiUi
live acuiiulutuiicu asked him whoihcr
it was the mark ot I lie chicken-pox.
"Worse than that." reDlicd Simii-
kins. "It's the mark of llichcnpcck."
Senator Harlan has written but uoc
SAMUEL VIRDEN & CO.,
No. 303 N. COMMKRCIAL ST.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Liberal Cash Advancements mado on
THOS," RHODUS 1 CO,,
, 312 N. CO.tl.TIKKCIAl, ST.
ST. LOUIS, MO
Quick Sales and prompt Itcturns
V.I UUI IIIIIUVM.
ifraln are wanted In r.tirope out tno eiiuoriai lor lus paper, ihal one
IiIl'Ii iirlcus of f t'ciirttts by railroads , was prefaced with the remark
Act utmost as an embargo to tho shin- "This newly discovered theory mill
tiicut of it. The railroads have all talcs against tho inflexible demolition
tlnvc:mdoat tholrowu nriccs. llicy of the ott-rcDcaied coiiiaiiiruiinty
cannot mi ry half tho products of tho The managing editor lold.lum to go
'u,t liocuuse they lmvo not tho car- oil anil lish; ha might have ability
rvlmr tiiDaoily. lluvltiir till thev can enough lor it senator, but ho could
do, thev are pciicclly independent, not Ull the bill for an editor.
niui 1 iuuc iaius 10 sun ineir own in- A hop lu your walk is a halt, but n
lorusta. Lust spring, when tho Mis- dunce upon nothing Is a halter. One
bUsippl rlyurwaslii good stago, pro- jin.,0l. bv iUcI( may bea-numb, but
" 1. . . 1 .i . M1 . 1 ten lingers are u
BARTON S. atlANT,
Lais U. S. Grant Co.
ALU MKT IIOPST0
Lute with Na-
no. azo a, lu.u.uriiiiyiAu on.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Special attention paid to the
Pflnted In the Most Fashionable Styles
ADMINISTRATOR'S BALI! OV
ltfiAti K8TATB Kknkwxd Uhmck
or HAi k Notlco Is hereby given that the
undersigned adminlMrator or the estate of
Urren J. Howell deceased, will In oltedlenee
to tho order of the Probate court of Lincoln
county, Missouri, made at tho October term
of aald court for tlieycat 1873, sell on
Wcdnciday, January 14, 1874,
at nubile suction at tho ft out door of the
court house In tno town of Troy In said
couiuy, uciwcen uio noun or ten o'ciock id
tho forenoon and Uirco oMock In the after
noon or said day, and during the session ol
aald court at tho January term thereof for
1874, tho real citato liclonfrltiK to the estate or
autd dci'i'UM-d, hltMiited in l.lliioln count?.
MIouri. ill). I ili'Hi'l Ibed aa liillnwu. lo-ivlt
Th; inidMdoil one-third part or the no acre,
bchuc the vixtt liulfor the sotilhweat quarter
of oi-tlon 3,'i. tuwiihlilp 411. range 1 eat, clear
ni dower, i enn uno-iuirii ensn, aim tno
bulunvoln tlx month, with interest lrom day
of rah1 at tho rutu of tell pur cunt, per annum.
purclmrr to rIvc Loud wltb good and ap
occio. u-mus u.iiuwi:li., aunvr.
ADMINISTRATOlt'B bALE OK
III2AI. ESTATE Notice It hrreliv
jrlvrii that tho uuderslirued aihntulittrator of
the etitte ot'.lainca 31. Porter deceaacd. will In
ohcdli'iive to the order or the Probate court
of Lincoln county, Mlmouri, made at tho
Orlolicr tvrui of aald court lor the year 187J.
Wednesday January, 14, 1874,
at public miction at the front door of the
court iioutn in tho town of i my m aald
eiituity lii'tWfvti Hie houra of ten o'clock
u m and three o'clock p m of aald day, and
diiiliiK tlx: e.!don of said court, tit tint
Tumiary term thercor ror 1874, tbe real
eMute Oclon'lii to the citiije or Mild di
riMed, ettuutfdin Llneoln rounty.Mhourl.
ami di'MTlbed us followx, to-wit 2U0 arpeiik,
bi'i;lniilii nt the northeimt coruer, a atone
on tho bank of tho Mimllrd river from
which n pecan 11 Inchon in diameter beara
north 21 (ii'gi'cfs weittild links, thenee wet
X8 di'Krceii'ill minutes wet 1! cliahiH 27
links tonorthweatcorm r a ntone In prairie,
theiii'o hoiith 14 chains Iti linka to aoutliHcit
eoriuT, u Mono In prairie, thence potith (
ilcirrcci yu mlnntct cast lt'chaiiiM 27 liuka to
Koitlheat corner n stone on bank or river
from wlik-li n pin oak 0 Inclici In diameter
beai-ouorih fllilcrccH west U) link", thence
ui l lie inciitidorlupi of the bank of the Mir
Ixlplil river to place of bct'liitiliif; In Mirve)
No. Iii.'iO lowtiship 4!) ruiiKe U eu.t (n tho
follow Iii'' term. One luilf curh and the
balanee in six inonthi. the pim-hatcr to give
bond wllh bond and amiroved security, bear
ing imc.cai ui morale oi ten per ceni. per
deelU' E. tl. SITTON, adm's.
ISKAL ESTATE. Notlco
At St. Louis Cash Prices.
,h" uri i1"".. ' 01Peoc iargeu g0tl llwy bo u puu,b, but a dealer in
- - : :" leiui is iiiuiniior. in mav i.iiiiii
times put sauce into n cup, out von
number. Adeni of aa'fl of Tobacco and Grain.
ol the routu r .16 increased thousands
of niilos. If the river can be im
proved so tw to make navigation sale
anil certain by our largest boats, wo
will have lines of steamers from tit.
J.iiuis to Liverpool, lioslou, New
York and oilier cities, and nt least
three-fourths of t lit) freight now paid
to tno rauroaiis can no savetl to the.
tanners, and thus (arming can be car
ried on profitably. It is safe lo calcu
late that by such rivsr imnrovcmeiit
there can be a saving of nt least
tweuty-livo ceuts on overy bushel of
grata going to an Kasteru market."
Resolutions were passed expressive
of dissatisfaction with thu present
United States (Jaminls. loner of Agri
culture, praying for his remoral.nud
the reorganization of the Department
tor more cllectivo work.
The salary of tho Secretary of tho
Hoard was reduced to $1,400 per an
num. A resolution was passed asking the
Legislature to take the necessary steps
to provide for the coil ction of rcliu
4)lo agricultural statistics for publica
Mr. Mudd wasrequosted to prepare
a bill for presentation to thu Legisla
ture to prevent tho spread of noxious
woods, such as Canada thistles, wild
carrots, etc., which prove to destruc
tive to farming lands.
A committee of three of which
Goo. W, Kinney is chairman wore
unnciulcd lo take into consideration
.the propriety ot puruhnsimr thecnl
loctlous of minerals, etc., in the St.
Louis Fair Mtucuui, which had been
otlcrod the Hoard for ssI,5tX. Cos-
Tho Governor of Wyoming winds
lipids Thanksgiving proclamation in
litis style: "lilvo t hunks unto the
L. nil, for Ills mercy end tire th forever,
lu wituost whereof 1 havo lie re lore
set my hand, and caused tho great
seal of tho Territory lo bo ntilxed."
A falfhfuTbrother in one oi our
churches prayed Sunday for tho ab
sent members "who were prostiatcd
on beds of sickness and chairs of
Thcrocnn bo seen on our streets al
most auvdtv a man who, when a boy,
ii'cd 1 1 commit to memory 10" verses
of scripture overy weok ; now ho
can t get .credit lor iw ceni sonn
snouiualwavs iu l a cup inlou saucer
ion re a lool it you'ru a walker ina
pond, you're a philosopher if von
ponder iu u walk. A cough makes
you wheezy of the chest, but of thu
chest you can easy make a coller. A
steel h what make a blade slinrn.
but a bla(W that makes a sharper is a
T. Mt ROGERS & CO.,
No. 1Q N. Commercial Street, St. Louis,
Will civ? ncrromd attention to selllm: drain.
I lay. Toluei o. Cotton, und all kinds of
Itefcrenciix Alklrc & Co.: Nave, Uoddard
,tfo Vallev National Hank.
.Inly ;w, 1h;:i. n:ioyi
Sale Bills, Fosters,
ix vhix on
A DBA VTIKUI, iLI.fSTKATIOS. A
florist will tell you that If you paint
the llower-not that contains a luvo
lie. bcnutiliil, fniifittnl flower, the
pttiut will wither, and perhaps its
blossoms will die. You shut out the
nlriiud moisture from passlmr through
tho earth of the roots, and your paiul
itsclt is poisonous. Just o, mere ex
ternal cultivation, sutiorllciul 'worldly
accomnl.khmeuts. or a too exclusive
uuxicty and regard for that, rejoices
tho sou . The viims may bu ever so
beautll'iillv oriiaiui iited. but if tltry
deny tho water of life to flower it
must die. And thci-oare kinds of oi
Minimi. il Atnlill,llttl,lln,lltM llll vrlv
iL;r,l .irWS: Christian Institute
JOHK A. LEONARD,
StiltM iul -to Order niicl
Good X"ltH Griiiii'inil eod'
Clrunlnff und Repalrlns; Neatly Dose.
PUBLIC AND. HIGH SCHOOL
Thc first term of this combination school
opened on Mondiy, September 21, 1K73.
UEdfLAlt llltA.NCll UEPAIITMENT
Embracing Spelling, Heading, His
tory, Arithmetic, Geography,
la under the control of
f, T. THURMOND, ft, B Principal,
Miss BUSIE WOH8I1AM, Ass't.
Extra Brnntii Department
Embracing Algebra, Rhetoric,
Cieometry, Philosophy, Ithot
oric, Latin, Greok, Etc.
is under tho control of
C, M. B, THURMOND, A, B Principal,
A food Teacher will lie suppll d.
TilltHlS OF UXTHA BRANCIIKH.
pot Is pernicious to inopiniii; wnose
delicate leaves not only inhale a pois
onous atiuositiicro iiunnir your very
process of rcmleritig the exterior moro
tasteful, but the u liolo earth is dried
mid void of nourishments. Nature
never iialnls. but all her forms ol love-
luoss are a irrowlh, a native charac
ter. Dosses'ion and development, from
the beginning. If thu sun can never
be ea led milliter, it is ouly because
the nluiits absorb b sruvs.aiid receive
them into the very texture and life of I
their vegetation, bo, whatever uo
real knowledge, principle, character,
and lilo iu education, it is a process
ol tho absorption und development
ot truin, una is iiotjnero paiuiiug.
m AKEXImrMwlfed Port or of Ucd
JL ford township, a brlftht b.i) mare, a
vuara old. 14 hunda hlifli. left hind leir wlllto
half way up to the hock. Appralcd at 125
by .1. it. Trull ami wm. urown, neioro .i. u,
H.clton, -I. t'., Dec. i, 1873, ES?1'
mAKKN UP by Philip llerbel of
JL Prairie towmhlp n Kruy mare, a llttlo
nea-uiiien, i or ia yeara otu, o leci uigo, vt,.n IhmuicIi l Ml r tnnntli
appralNid ut fSS ; alto a brown mare colt. I i J, . 3 ful ! , 4 ' inonin,
yearold.botn hlmliect white up to pastern Each additional " .60
(.,. ...i.u. i.. v...k..j ,nl A i,w l.fulnnnni In Krenuli can he accom-
.'....i r inn...t...i :i.w wniium 1 mmlutcil iinuti ttinillcatloii to the 1'rlDeioal.
O."!!! John Fl lJr Other AiaT.t.iiU will bo procursO a
Jloly V.f ou Sot, W, 1171. Mdiot. neienlt,' may require.- vfaW
pivun licit the umlvr-lvned udmlnUtl'utor of
llie CMinu ot t inr.i li .Melll:lllll,ilecriieu, will
In obedience to thu order of tho l'roliale
court of Lincoln county. ll-Murl, mnde at
the Oclolier term of tuid court for the year
lH7;i, cell uu
H'ciijwdflw, January, 14, 1874,
at public iiti'.'tloii at tho front door of tho
court lioii-c In the town of Troy In cald
eouuly. I" t wet n the holtrn of ten o'clock
it m and throu o'clock p in or aald day. and
ottiinx uio M-Mnin oi sum rouri ui iin; Janu
ary term thnieof for 1S74, the real ratatn tic
Inmdti!; to the Oitalii of void dcceaurd, ltu-
a teil iu Lincoln county, Ali-ouii, and de
ne. Hied as IVjIIov, to-wit : litlncrct iu xttrvey
170.i in ald i omity, lielntlio wcMeni part or
u tract il laud oi'lltiully ioiii by lkiii
llallcy to mill KruiieW Mctuanu by deed
luted ami rmn!ed in book O, liaco
Id.'!, of tho records of mM county which
oi'l'lnat tract mi old by miUI llnllcy to Kiild
Mciiniun, eoniainlii'; 1'JU acres nioru or leu..
tid.O!) oil of Mid I JUa'crcK h:nlli.' been hereto-
lorooiit on inoeiincrn pan in kiiu ia:j acre
by Kild Metiiantl to (;li:irlet lloeliolx by
deed recorded ill book O, pneUU, of mid
record", leaking t-tlll nlitmt IJMneie In the
wotcrn icirt ol Mid li) neres. the property
. . . .1 I I. VI... I. ..I....
TT A UTTli'rtHira rtTTmTT rt A TIT ri rrnneii .Tieiiiiiiui, rcii ieiicc iiciii
H ANDbOME SHOW CAR! S, hereby made t" aUt deciN lor the tuetea and
iioiitiA oi pain lamn on inc iuiiin,in
ror cah In liauil, KUbjccl lo deed ol trtft
dated .liimiat'.v J!, IM.i, recorded In book .
pao '.'A, and a morttjie.'e dated .September
i", I fill, recorded In book It. ou papi IU7,
Caper iluter thu at'lsueeof tlio notes se
cured by Mid deed tnt-t and inurtu'e ii-rce-
twg in ioox io nut purciian'r oi mui real
eilato lor the balance duo hlu upon aald
note- mi rceuivd.
declt). l UANIv DIKPEIIIUH, adm'r.
DMIMSTIIATOU'S RALE OF
It K Ali ESTATE. Notice la hrreby
hen Hint tueundcrMuiicd. aihnliiUtrator o(
the elato of William T. lllnck, deceilhed.
will, in ohedliiico to tho order ol' the Pro
hate Court of Lincoln county, Mlmouii,
made at the October term of Mid court tor
the year Is. J, cell ou
Wednesday, January 14, 1874,
at public million at tho frontdoor ol the
I.. .1... .. I.. ....I.I
COIIII. IIOI1-V III tliu IU1III til iiuji in ni.i.1
couutv. between Uio hours of ten o'clock a.
m, anil three o'clock p. in. of mild day, ami
dni lnv' llie Motion or raid court, at the Jan
uary term thercor lor 1S74. tlio real etato
of alddeeeaxed, situated iu Lincoln county.
Misouri. uiul ucM-rilieii a louowa io-viii:
wot half iiortheat quarter ec J4 tp. 4!l rp'
:) went; noriheat ituarter northweit qr
nee. H tp. 4!) rj;e. :l we-t ; east hair Miutltru-t
qr. mirtlieat ijr. sec Slip. 4'.lrje. 3 west;
noUtllwe.it qr. sold liea"t see. 15 tp. 41) rfje. a
west; northwest (jr. southeast section t!H
tp. 4!) rp'. 1 west ; CI acres oil' north ride of
llie souiuwcsi qr. see. suip, in rc. i-i,
in all '1-0 ticrcs, subject to the w Idow't dower,
and ou the following terms: Oiif-lhlrd
cash, one-tiilrd in six moot In mid onedhlrd
In twelve months, purdmscr to five uonu
with good and approved security tor de
ferred pavments, bearing Interest lrom date
at thu rutu of ten percent, pur annum.
docIO juauii. v. juusci.i, Aum r.
l)iNI?ntATOU'SALE O I'
Hi: AL ESTATE. Notlco Is hereby
Kiven that the umlerslxned, tnlmtulstrator of
tho estate of Nancy Montgomery, deceased,.
will in otieuianeo io mo urucr or tue rro
bate Court of Lincoln county. Missouri.
made at tho October term of said court lor;
the year 1873, sell on
lrediMfp, January 14, 1874.
at public suction at thu front door of tho,
court house in tho town or Troy, Lincoln;
county, between tbe hours of ton o'clock a.,
in. aud three o'clock p. m. of raid day and
durltiK tbe session or said court at the J iB-
nary icrm iiiereor lor ioii,.uic reai esiaiv
lielonKliiK to tho estate or sabl deceanrih. Ht-.
uated In Lincoln county, Mo,, to-wit : W
acres, llie east hair of tlu northwest quarter.
of section No. nine, tovfnslilp rortynlneor
range oue east, on tno.rotiowinKiermi; out.
Ulll eastl aim me oaiauce in mnw wuniuK,
wltbout Intrrvst. purchaser to glva b4
with aiiproveU.iuciiilty. . .
DOING GOOD WOItK,
Always Strive to Please.
From a Distance
6tni or Bpinfl y Yur Work