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THE TBOY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1878.
WEDNESDAY, .MARCH 18,1878.
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fcach additional laaertia.. 75
AjiutolitraUmr' Notices..., SM
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Mlrav Notlcua falnclo alravt . . . 4 00
r acta additional stray In anaie nolle. . - 00
Liberal deductlofia wltl b asads to raroltf
Advertisements will take the regu1r run
of Die paper. Extra charfee aseda for pro
Ho certtftcUe of pubUeaiton will be nude
luttl inch publication haa been paid for.
Itie non-observance of thla rote ha been
the oocaalon of mnch trouble and actual lass,
Our term are: Cash In advance, on sub-
Hptlom; cash on delivery, for job work
ml rata on demand, for advertisement.
Ladies 2-hnilnn Kid Glove W
eeutt at Woolpolk hand s.
mii i lauuin ircni
Burprlie party at tuo hotel Tueiday
Mill Maggie Elder li flailing ber
Hater it Montgomery City.
Dr. Smiley left for Curry ville, Pike
county, Monday morning, ei peeling
to Inealn there.
Mm Jonnie Mutld. who hat been
lilt lug here ome lime, returns ,to
her home, near 1 ruxtou, tomorrow.
Shooting match hero I ait Saturday
for tnrkeyi. Eleven were ihot for ;
reiull at uiuat; everybody wasn't
Tlili evening Prod. Donflli and Ke
ttne perform ammtng wo dera In the
way o( psychology ; exhibition takes
ulace at the hall at 7 p. m.
It. D. Walton, JS-q.. and others lec-
turn at Fatrvlew church on Satur
day and Sunday, 16iU and 17ib, by
X. C. Dryden, Esq , paned tbrongh
our village yesterday with lllrain
Motley, on hla way to atleud a law
ault at Louiivillc, the parllculara of
which will probably be furnUhcd by
your Louisville correspondent.
.It. D. Wnltou, Esq., lectured here
lakt mght on the Murphy inovo;
twenty Joined, alter which they or
ganizcil. The following ottlcora were
elected : Alex. Mudd, president ; G.
F. Dyer, vlce.preldent ; G. YV. El-
tier, accomt vice-president ; It. M. El
der, third vice-president ; executive
committee, W. S. Henry, Jaa. Mc
Clure, J. M. Shocklce, I). L. Mudd
and J. P Murphv ; VV. It. Mnttliiuly,
treasurer ; A. ill Mudd, secretary;
Next inee'lnif wilt lake place Friday,
March 15i It, 7 p. in.
Another reduction In prices of
Cooklug Stoves, to auit the times, for
oath, utll. S. Crowa li Go's.
All those who aro Indebted to us
cither by note or npeu account are
respectfully but oiirnettly and posl
tivnly requested to call at ouco and
settle their account. Wo must have
money to coiitinuo our business.
Please remember wo aro in Harnett.
15. S. Cbkwb & Co.
Jati'y lit, 1878.
Joy to tjib avkmctkd. One of
our most eminent American UlieiuifU
lias discovered a proceia whereby he
ohlaius, In a palatable form, all the
aotivo medicinal properties of the
Eatilndla Cinchona bark, without
disturbing the Irritant and Inert mat.
ler. In this preparation tho alka
loids aro hi their nallvo combinations
and the samo proportions of
the Ingrcdionti are maintained ai
exist lu the celebrated bark from tho
Neilgherry hills. Thla preparation li
called Clifford's Fkdrifuqr, aud
la fast taking the place of Qtilnlno
aud the so-called Ague Cures, ulc, In
the market. J. C. Richardson, pro
prietor, St. bouts. Mo. por sale by
Woolfolk & Co., Troy, Mo. u9
A Ueatla mat.
In our old alyle climate, with lis
sudden changea of temperature.
rslu, wind and and aunittluo olten in
tcrmtuglsd In a single day, It Is no
wonder that our enituren, menus and
relatives are so Ireaneiitly taken from
us by neglected colds, half the deaths
resulttug directly from thla cause. A
liolllQ of Ootchoe'a German Syrup
kept about your home for immediate
ue will prevent serious sickness, a
large doctors otU,ena perhaps death,
ny tno use or inree or tour noses,
For ourlmr Consumption. Hemor
rhages, Pneumonia, Suvere Cough,
Croup or any disease of the Throat
or Luugt, its aucoess It simply won
dertul, an your druggist will tell you.
German syrup is now som in every
town and village on this continent.
Sample notttes tor trial, luc. ; regu
lar site. 76o.
For ealo at Wool folk k Uo's. Troy,
Mr. Wm. Murphy has moved to
Mill Maggie Rwds hat closed a sao
osMful four Renins' school near
Hartford, aud Is now visiting here.
Cant. Dixon continue! to Improve,
end It Is hoped he may turn out
when the weather ssttlst. Ills long
confinement makes one realise that
he la an Important factor in the bull
uesa make up of the town.
Mr. Alllson'i singing school ctottd
with some entertaining performances
Tueiday night. Ills pupils have
made considerable progreii, and
those we have heard expressions from
compliment hla knowledge of the art
divine, aud especially his skill In note
Your Millwood correspondent
missed a treat in not calling at the
chonl a he contemplated. lie might
have caught a wholesome Inspiration
from rather excellent renditions of
cholre poet fancies, to lay nothing ol
the realities with which youth and
beauty would charm a vagrant hour
The public school herd under the
management ol Mr. D. C. Duncan
closed last Friday. We witnessed
only the concluding feature of the ex.
atnlnatlou, which gavo evidence of
careful and patient drilling in the
fundamental rules of arithmetic.
Our tillable and dignified young
friend Dick Mitchell called and told
our family gond.by, to-day,- aud cried,
ao did we. Mr. Albert Mitchell,
alio, left for his new home In Platte
county, lie 1 one of.uaiure'a young
uobleinou and will provo a losa to
tlili county, and a gain to Platte.
Dr. Klncade wai in town Tueiday,
wearing an expression susceptible of
varloui interpretations, but aa the
day woro on au air of confidence
characterized Ida movements, antl
when the atari pointed him home
ward ho waa happy. Novo mind,
maybe we'll find out all about It
when Mr. Sam Elgin cornea down.
In Elder Errrett'i last sermon here
he made a most appropriate allusion
lo the importuned and necessity of
higher education, and urged the
people lo an earnest and practical
recognition of Its demands. When
we reflect I hat the foundation atones
of American government and civili
zation are virtue aud Intelligence
church work and school work and
pull the scales from our eyes, and tee
tho stubboru fact that neither of
theto vital intorcsts la being properly
titiniue'd, the world need not be sur
prised if this community wakes up
somo flue morning and finds ltsell
some w hero abort of famous, with
Tckcl branded in large letters on Its
front. It hai been written by witcr
pens than this, that a people who ne
gleet these intereita are unworthy of
freedom aud Its attendant blessings,
A community that duel not advance,
Three or four Heating Stovei left
on hand at IS. S. Crewa & Co'., for
tale at coit and carriage
Fob Sai.r. 16 horsepower Englno
and Saw Mill complete, on good
termi. Apply to J. M. Anderson &
Co., Uurr, Oak Valley, Lincoln
county, Mo. 8w4
Something Worth TMnklae About.
Although I feel thankful to the
people of this and adjoining counties
for the very liberal patronage be
ilowod upon me; yet, If they will
look at the dlflerence In the pilco of
com and apple In the St. Louis
market (apples, choice H 25 per bbl.
of 2 1-2 bushel; corn, No. 1, per 2 1-2
bushels, 1 00) thoy will see where
they can make It more profitable to
buy apple trees by the 1,000, and
cease wearing out land that don't pay
to cultivate lu corn at any price. My
alock of trco i Urge and fine, aud
prices low,, Send for catalogue.
A. M. Shuith.
Troy, Lincoln county, Mo.
Good Drown Sugar 10 lbs for tl at
A. D. Ellis'.
The spring Is advancing rapidly,
and don't put off attending to the
most important thing on a rami tho
planting of tome choir fruit aud or
namental trees. There Is both profit
aud pleasure In them. Get your
treee at Buffalo Nursery, where all
the best vane let adapted to aiir oil
mate and suited to our market are
kept at low prices. .
Mr. and Mrs. EdU wlnn recently eel
ebrated their tenth anniversary. Not.
withstanding tbVexeor'ble weather,
the attendance was good and a very
enjoyable evening was spent.
The Murphy men did not coma ac
cording tu their appointment at Un
Ion church. In announcing the fact
afore commencing Ms sermon, Rev.
Mr. Blrkhead eald I "I am requested
to state that the Mttrphyltes will not
be here today. They eent word thai
Culvre was high and the roads were
muddy. 1 think their faith Is not
very strong or they would have
come." A fur his sermon he ex
pressed his regret that they had not
oomn. "But," ,,e "l the
Herald n appointment for them at
New Salem on the fonrth of March
If the river la net loo high and the
roada not too muddy and something
else don't stop ilium, they may po
aibly be there, according to appoint
meut. If they do, I trust you wilt
all meet them," Now, we have no
desire to embarrass the action of the
committee In making out their Hsu,
but a suggestion is always In order,
and we say tend ua John Mae. Wo
greatly desire to boar him wrestle
with the question. The temperance
people in this vicinity consider it un
fortunate Unit eome of the prospec
tive candidate had not Joined the
movement. Their luflueuce and their
association with them this e ming
summer would have greatly encuur
aged the cause aud teudod to keep the
One year ago to-morrow Mr. Hayet
clutched the reward ol fraud. I won
der trio-day ho la satisfied with the
position aud the price he paid for It.
In every age there have been men
whose crlmea have consigned their
memories to everlasting Inlamy, .but
all those will be Insignificant beside
that with which posterity will regard
these IntiruinuiiUaiid beneficiaries of
tho Great Fraud.
One of our neighbor! came over
yeiterdey morning with two bucket
to get tome water from our cistern
and a cup to borrow some cream for
his breakfast coffee. After filling up
all thoie vessels according to hit tin
tires, he started lor homo. The first
tep he made from the well curb wa
au a slippery plank which waa not at
reliable at he expected, but which laid
him flat on hla back in the mud. One
bucket emptied Hi contents in hit bo
torn ; the othei had the cream from
tho cup emptied into It. Although It
waa Sunday morning and our friend
a xealou church member, he did not
tay his prayera lust then. What he
did say wai nothing to nobody.
The rite in the river of last Satur
day hat again Hopped the work on
tho bridge. It la thought that three
woeka more work will complete it.
1 ho piles for tho approach on the
other tide are all driven. Aa anon aa
tho commissioner come ui. the ilrl-
ver will be taken to the slough on the
Troy and Weutxvillo road, where Mr.
Sebastian haa a contract for building
a wnonen urioge.
Drown tt Pollard havo commenced
the foundation lor their new sture.
At Buffalo Nnrsery 100 choice Ev
ergreens for Wia. Choice Oage Or
ange ueuge piauta per 1,000.
Ilvi8 A. M. Shui.ts.
To Our Frlsaes see1 Patrsa.
We take this method of thanking
our frlenda for liberal patronage thua
far bestowed, aud reminding thoto
who aro Hill In arreara that wo are
about to close out our business. We
have outttandlng debts that mutt be
pufd', to do to, we muat have money.
All knowing themselves Indebted to
us are earnestly requested to settle up
on or before May Ut. All unsettled
claimi be will placed in the bands of au
officer for collection after that date.
Very respectfully yours,
John Moukcr A Co.
Auburn, Mo., Mareh ft, 1878.
Oysters 10 cents per can at A. D
Ellis'; other things In proportion
Dest cider vinegar only 84 "cents per
. Go look at i he sample Everarreen
at Bufalo Nursery, planted 6 to 10
yeara ago, now is to to feet in height,
aud you will be aura to buv aoma of
the large atoek that la kept tbsre, of
"Murphy" from Burr Oak failed to
send ua his name ; besides some ol
his Hems are a little too personal.
Go to A. B. Ellis' for good fresh
Garden Berd. Oulv 6 eent a paper.
The Warrenton Cittutn ears we re
fuse lo publish ami Murphy artle.
Our cotemporarv la In error; we re
fused the only one we have reeeived
because It wa tiuaeroinpauied by the
The allewlna) Our te ereOafety she meet
remarkable ever afsaatsil fey any waei
at ereearatton far sbe artaamaiu of
aVmbmM-t mhr atttlAr that t htn I
Stnk far tea Tt trt. uul for Ut MM tlx mrsi
Bio nnnr, m re-mrt rani
i feeiul, pains scrota Ut tr
from MTtkross and lei
uamtunn and ileti
is air in-oas esssra T
v mh inn bom, irraw rate, eviti howci I
I U nw of Bxro-.D
in" am Bonn an-an
eiffiet aoon r-QneM Win f nSanaiaifoB ana swrll
aofjn jp tontlla, MUiMlkoonerM4toronbl
Bp.jni ssreata .across lay rt-TSlHMtsril.
stouts boIms la nrMtdoeMfii, my Masts el
cflu saaof ksanaa.ycr comalrlthr rMoro4,
iu STvnrtfnMoa ordlMaM MM fcut rVdscsa mi
to ilia T.rM oYtftoartT dttap-MareS krmt at
CBTOBDs Raoioal cciiWi Catissb.
.1 bars beta Urns pllclt Vfaan. as a araaalsS,
1 fisro ttsn a r dat of saffsnnc from Calarrh.
and hops te ooaTloca away taai Uls is a araw
'ffl U UM4 HAM- It
1 am ramlllsr vrllh W troatratnt of Cstsnh as
ased nt from any of Inem.
Affords Ihe most grateful relief In all
Amotions w tno Cheitand Lungs,
CHROIIO PLEURISY CURED.
inded pat of iron
COtLIXIVolTAJO PLASTSU. 1
sarnrlM. rcllordtha pain aads
JiealAUlr, and Iliara bran ahl
lOBHhord atralra arrr alnca wit
caiot, tny Bhiilclan f-comtu-nded
is voLTAip i-lastiu, which, to my art
tha pain and aoraBtas almow
hoaMhord tirifrfr tlnctwiW perrtet at
comfort, whrcM. before tha applltailon of
fBTaloahla Plwter. 1 was MAretlJ-able to 2e
thloK. I coneliler theni laeitlmableaod shall
ile to attend to aiy
ineei aaea anil
klaiAanM rsnmnisnil ikaMtntiia
Taere It no medlesl orproteettya apntlaae that
will rforojo tTAMinl and IeetTi. laTieklln
Cooaba, IrrltalTon and Borenee of the Cheat an J
Uui. Vn beliejre them capabl of mrsattaaT
serloaa dlMAM ortnieo orsauir
WIPE. 38 CENTS.
J inot aonfonad theeetlatters with tk ortlnerf
Cutr worthfeei f'' ' COBB"'oa
Be cartrol to oblata otttKe' VoLTAtoPtAeria.
a uwblaation of Electria or VoltarrrjnatM
wlU lhlr Ufdlc.l-i rtsster, aa aeea In tha
aboya ntr sbld by all wbolatiTe i
SraciiKQ bw ins om pn-iiuaoa, ana bsti em
d Uia niof I emlBtnt abant mjr esse. I bits
wtwtj Rina oi nnn mnn anparmMBinat nan bp-
Msrcananna a praoa or six fin past, sail Ravo.
wblln followloa tbtlr om. taken crrat earn of ray
meix,m. . rob.tt.lRV
Th"n rwrMBalty appeartd tk ssld O-orfu T,
DlatDjort.aad mada oath that lk rirrcolnxKAt.
saia oruifitt. nouon, i at.
Mam. Wxmca Porrrmi OnUrmm.-RATtna;
for many moatlia put snfferad wlUi a v-rylama
!?,iSl",d.l,JLm?1 flirtlclaaCTrontq. Rtsrly,
faoscd by a foftntr Inlnry and -twin, and for whlclt
I BStd many BrncrlDflana and llnlm-iiti.u aTi
iha AIMAllAfl rhettniBllii onrmu- vjrilhn,,, Ik.
The Old Eeliable!
WAGON MAKING, ETC,
Keepii am hand Wnironia,
ogkr ni mn lsw price
un they can be bought any
where in the county,
All kind vol WOODWORK
repaired in the ver bent
manner, and at prices to
Null the times,
He has reduced the price
of Nhoel'.g; haraeu. .Kate
Plain show, all aftind, $1.00
Steel-toe shoM ". 1.35
At theae price the wark
muat be paid lar when
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
FOR SALE X
Two Thorougldircd Bullion Colts, ons snit
lliree yean oiu coming spring, irrj
and Itnrs. 8lre iBnorted Maoolcon Uo-
naparte. Dam Imported Kngenla.
Hlalt llrnde eialllotre mm itlnree.
1, 3, 8 end ft year old, and i bred, extra
goml. by Imported napoleon Bonaparte
and Imported Mlsniarek.
Chatnalasi Alaaaek, 1 and ft years oil.
Males sad Kemales low to close.
Jersey A. S. C. O. II. It.) -male and fe
roHles ir Iraiwrteil Hteek, Two extra
bulls t and 8iesr old.
Barksklre malrs and females, low.
Farms and lands In uusntttles to salt on
easy terms, belonging to eMate . I). Meri
wether. H. V. 1MILOCK.
Abcrdern. Tike eoiinty, Mo.
For further piirtli-Hlnrs apply to
JOHN K. MEUliVKTIIKIt.
iii very Stable
lias oprneil a new Livery stnbls on Main St.,
soutU of tli Plainer House.
New Buggies and Fresh Horses
Fur the Lover of Pleasant Drives'.
I Ho runs a ilally hack lino to Wcntzvill m
i connection Willi tho t:ililc.
UUItSES IJOAItDKI) by tbc ilay or week.
Troy Livery Stable
T. G. SYDNOR,
lit the Brick Stables on Main Street
TRO V. 3f.O
Stylish Turnouta. Reliable Horaea
and Reasonable Hire.
Hon.sF.H BoAttDKD hyX)ay on Wkbm.
By Uiu day 2ft cents a feed, lly tho
ru-.ensers for the St. LonH, Khiisss City
nml Northern Uullronil will Unit the
U. S. MAIL HACK LINE
the most comfortable way of reaching ttio
ratlrouil from '1'i ov.
Our Hack leaves Troy every day at 11
Connection-with the Train for St. Louis.
no that p.ipni;era do not have to wail n
wenuvwe me or MX noun.
Our otlmr liuek leaves Weatzvlllo for Troy
nt 12 o'clock, on tho ui rival of tlm morniOK
train irom .St. LouU, nrrlvlnj,' In Tray early
in the uvi'iiluir.
NORTOR at WALKER.
k. n. iiuir.
HULL It BANKHEAD,
Live Stock State Agents
PATRONS OF y USUI i DRY,
VUlt TIIK BALK OK
CATTLE, HO Qand SHEEP.
UNION STOCK YAltlW, ST. I.OUIS.
National Stock Yards. Kast Ut. Louis.
AH communications niioiiiu he addressee,
to Union Stuck Yards. Stock sold at nil tho
Yards. Liberal advancements made on en
' Kortlio tulcorALI. KINDSof
Union Steok Yards, ST. LOUIS. NIO .
Liberal Ailvancot made on Consign
ments. Will sell at oilier yards.
HOUSTON & CO.,
No. 304 N. Commercial St.,
s t. louis, m: .
Undsr the Jclede Hotel.
PRANK WOLF. - - aropr or.
Shaving, Sbaupooalnr and lllr-utlair
l?al?irte "U f jgf
proper aiae io transplant.