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TROY. MO.. JULY, 17, 1872.
OP NEW YORK.
D. UHXT'Z BROIV.V,
The Bftliinore Ceuvemioii.
It was generally conceded before the
tonvening of this bod; that no nomina
tion would be nude in opposition to Gne
lej and Brown, but few expected to see
the unanimity with which the convention
ruminated these gentlemen. The plat
form of the Liberal Republicans was
adopted by the convention as embracing
all the important issues of the campaign.
The Grit ballot cast resulted in 637 votes
for Greeley, 15 for Bayard of Delaware,
21 for Black of I'onnsylvania and 3 for
Groeibeck. As the roll was called each j
President Grant has a cool, sli'idy
farnj to gc to in the spring.
Stilion llutcliiiM has sold his interest
in 'the St. Louis Times to Henry lining.
Pennsylvania Griititites are crying fiir
nelp. As in 11,0 oilier stte it is a cry J
Grant's retiring to hate the Daltioioro
convention nominate a straight-out Demo
crat against Greeley didin't work very
The evidence in llu Stokes murder
trial has all beou takoo and the argu
ments Biiiflied. The jury Mauds eight
for. couvictiuu and four for acquittal.
At last accounts they were unable to
Morton nf tn It.io i sjvs tint matters
A Historical I'arallrl. The new Catholic cathedral at Newark, CpM ronTAni.fi.- Ho"- .'WM ' ' '
VL l ... uf ... x.. - . ..... ,i;. -'v.ic'.ij",,.1,' :;',t,6r.rp
harly in the campaign of 18 JO discern- The goeJ little Sunday schbol children tl 0US3nil dollar a dny. Ills siitcr, Mrs.
int politicians foresaw tho mevitablo nf lorja ,aVe sent the starving 1 ersiuna A'on8 jjlnt ; aiJ to b wottli fivo
result of the contest between Harrison uT,,-,0vcti dollars, millions.' lion! Charles V. 1. Chouteau,
and Vmi liuren. The nomination or A Florida nurseryman has sent Mrs. j( ,r.porttj worth at Knit twelve
. ...r--;. Horace tireclev a cralu 01 peacii- wcigii ,. 0ns. Si. ,ihh Al-o.
cnuntry us that of Greeley at I luciuiiatt, ffum ui(j0 l( luurUun uUi,ci each.
iuu uic ueuiucraip grcisu " :i..v.
Gen. D. W. Adam-, who died recently
rith a pcniral and prolonged shout of The peach crop m ftoutliern ininois nl yem ijrlcaiu, ws weutidcil nf Hi
eriMoti. Hut the "ve ol mirth-sub mis joins iuuel""" .
fur nnv nnrertpniionl nf such a iviult
lookdu-bious in his state, arid they must i inrctd the Democratic party pencrally.
have money tj use at once to save Grant's In the month of July he made a buii
defeat. He is quite aniioue about the nese trip into Ohio, IJuns aud Illinois
it uui ii ron ifiiuviiu icii iu nun on
sided without any apparent etfect. 'i ho rum all the lues by flitting them open
aimplicity and integrity of HarrUou to the roots.
soon uean io ue apprcciati-u. cim . -was
uot until th Aucnat and September
dictions had demonstrated Ins popularity
that the impending overthrow of the
Democracy became apparent to the com
Dean Richmond, to whom the popular
indications were obvious, and who never
permitted his wishes or hoprs to cloud
his judgment, came to the conclusion
that Harrison was lo be clesteu lone be
Legislature, as a new Senator is elected
in bis plaee.
The Democratic party has been a(-
tote for Greeley was received with cheers j cused of c lliu its birthright But this
A motion to make the nomination unan- is a mistake. It his only sold its prcji
Jmons was carried amid cheers, and the dice for the purpose of rotf-itninj,' its
band struck up with the "Battle Cry of j birthright, which will come back to it
Freedom. l-'or,.VieaJL'rCiidcnt. on. thejwLou th sariner orChappsiua takes his
"first billot, Brown received 713 votes, scat in the Presidential chair next March
Stevensoi if Ksotucky C, and Black 13 I "T"".T""7 .. .
... 1 The Chi licotha Constitution av that
A motion to make the nomination unan . ,j JljUr y wt ci hM rfeon4jj
induential Democrat, n old friend, who
was surprised ana vexeu to near mm j
"The Democratic dose is down," ays
the Citiciuiiali Time-. ies, and it will
eause a terribly heaving at tho Grant
Alexander Themp'on of Correction
villi-, Iowa, tndtaioied to choke the
UrteUyisiu out of W. II. llose, uno of
hie tie ghbors, but fmled iu the atteuiptt
and there is one Grant vote tho less.
Howard county claims tbo champion
htiavy weight ol tho Slate, Mr. F. K.
B. Teyman who measures fifty eight
inches .-irouiid thaw-iidt, and weight uuly
teu pounds short uf four hundred.
'there is a man in Itmdolph cointv,
,Mo, who has a foot so large that hii
lines are lit- iiil'Ium lon, ami ii
peak soiictpoudiDgly ot the prospect. jnciles around ihe instep. An ordinary
"Why, Dean, said he, "I never kuewj of summer shoes for him weigh five
you to taks a discouraging view of the' 0UQdt
situation. You have no fears about New I .... ,. ,.,
York?" "We shall be beaten there as I A rcmarkaliie insect, loucu in a wnisnv
sure as vjju aro lv.," waa the reply-1 oarrel, anu witn tusks like an eiepuaiu
-And we shall lose nearly all New ling nH c;' I'kc a devil-fish, graces tho
land, and most of the Western Slates." shelves of the Louisville Public library
Well, moin"l the gentlsman, "l can
only sfcik with certdinty of Indiana
' Van Buren is as sure of our State as of
citv has reeon-iu ' t---.... " ..ii...... .i,
imous was tnidc nd carried with one or cre,j iv.K 0f being a candidate fur , Uieiauond". "And liarri-on will carrv
Iwo exceptions. j governor, and has become a candidate ,ie11 botb by immeti-d majorities
This is the Srst time in the history of I for con.-re-s Bi-lin; into the country together, thev
the country that a life long opponent to Th(J x" wam.d ' w " WkeThalTlow'un "sij
tho Democracy and a Republican . ever , a beat named Alexander KicbI10nj ..3nJ ,, w,',at Jastr
received such honors from the Demo i Craig, who dvmi to tc a member of ,.. .., WItIl ,nmn ,,,,.., r
ionic wait. ion. ,u"our.M,e sat up. and rubbtni: Ins eves, cx-
IS GctlOUSC ,li..l ..!! , f, l.l !il"
1 mi . . ;
cratic par y, aud nothing but an hnue-t
desire for reform promp'ed it. Layinj
aside parly prefervnee in the belief that
It would take the united elements of
opposition to defeat tke corrupt ring that
bas so long cursed our pouri.tuent, tSey
Lave united upon a man w ho was first
brought out by Liberul Republicans, and
who hat been a bitter opponent of the
party all his lilt. What better evidsiiee ---
. i r.i .i - ..:.:.. i . It is Lacon. nho ajs: "I hat the in
1 j lluence of lalet.1 wi.l always bs the gret
rac) ; ioic ui tuwimi nnu uitui isi? t,4 jn that (
above party fealtv, ind -hows that their pure, while tl
im is not for power and the "flesh pots alwajs be- grcatc.l in that government
' . .. i- 1. . . r. ,r .1..
Tho cimpaign is not fairly opened
this year, the Demnernts not having
formally a Jojitcl tircelcy as their c.inJi
date ; and yet the indications that Grant
is foredoomed to a defeat us utter nnd
everwhelming a th.it winch Lefel Van
Burcn are derisive and unerring. A
friend on a fishing excursion in the
Sound 011 the Fourth encountered the
crews nf half a doz-n purse-net boats
;huo had been un.'ijcd in taking men
1...1. .. r- r 1... .
. . . - iiu.ii or u i.iL'inri ill 1 ill? 11'iiniv :
e-t in that government which m most... .... ,., , , ., . , r
.1 r 1 11 uitiui ci uni .11 vi uiEui. n iu icau hib
influcnee of riche- will; ' . ' . ...
pajii-ra sou uuuk lor ineuiseies -a 011
It is charp'f 1 by the Indianapolis Sen
tiuel, and au'hcnticsted by the official
figures, that the Radical administrations
of the la-t ten jeir have re-ulted in a
deficiency of ?1 :;."' I of the people's
moncv. The n'cat question in Indiaua
now is: Who o.keted this euormous
.,r I.'...... " i. ... i..,...i .i., which is most corrupt. une 01 ine
VI lip in, ivi an iivui.i uuuiiiiiB- , .
, , most emphatic corroboration.- of tin-
trattou of the government. ., , . r .. i : ,i. r , i
r , tli'iugnt Is to be iound in tt.c I u ted
And the duty of Democrats is plain iate5todiy under the Grant aCminis
now. Who thit knows Horace Greeley tratiou. Tune,
will not prefer him to Grant, the man who , -
bas ia time of peace psrsecnt.d the South IJfict Puwcroy says that now is the
, . ,. ,, . , . . ., ' 1 1 tn a for "every Democratic voter to s-all
and made himself rich off of the spoils hi, TOte ,0 ie bight.t bidder, and take
f his office, who has sold his ippoiiit hi-pav cash in baud." Without dues-
ments to the highest bidder, and with a tioniuu' the morality or smartness of this
salary of 55,000 . a jear, and expenses , proportion, because it is both moral and
in advance of that amount, und. about a flnin Pom.rojnwn senic, we would
. .... , ,, , ,. suggest that :f every Democratic voter
Balf icilhou dollars out of his offiea. Iwas a, jttje wnrtu ,Uyij. a( ile ;Si there
There is speculation for you, but the rub ' would be mighty few bidders aud slow
is, it Ins been made at the cxpensji of the sales. Times.
people. Then turn him out, and put! - -
"Honest Horace" in his place. I Tni5 Meriden Reeorder is under many
. . obligation- to the Hon. J. II. Piatt, an
I.ollsIAN.t. We had occasion to visit ardent member of Congress from Vir
thc (iueen city of our neighboring couutyjt-''"'3. for franking to its care several
.t-'ijuei ui u-ircuiar -u i, ueMiiiiii; lur
rnanaer of getting up Grant clubs and
some real Lt-e Grant cairpiicn songs."
As this is only "circular So 1,"
It is supposed to be au urigiual jim jam
John Garner, a veteran horse-thief of
seventy two jears experience, ha just
been it-nletiood to tho 1'eunessec peniten
tiary (or twenty one jears. U.vners of
fjney stick will be ou their guird iu tho
summ- r of 1S!)3
oggai;-.', Michigan, is a good place to go
fur the summer. This p. ace is parlicu
hirly recommended for reople tlllictcd
with Ma;: muring ; by the tune they ci.n
lull where they are they're wholly cured
A wealthy Philadelphia!! hn imported
from Italy a funer.il urn designs 1 to
order for liis own ashes, and ihreatcm to
commit spontaneous combustion unless
his family pjromi.-e to incinerate I iiu.
Somebody remaikin.' that s bushel of
ripe lumtccs broujh into a family will
drive out a box f pills, a lexis editor
knows of a box of certain pills that will
drive a bushel of ton atues out of the
Death with fie-hles fingers having
snatched all the ccnienurians of Wush
ington's domestic family, U now com
mencing on that ol the late President
li.ittlo nf Hhilnh. iitid. Mlllliu'cd to he
dead, was, with niiny others who were
being conveyed to Corinth, thrown out
intn tho mud to lighten th wagon.
Some stragglers pa-siiiL' by shortly after-word-
detected signs of life in the etip
pn-od dead man, recognized him, thoiiL'h
tevired with mud und blood, and carried
him into Corinth, whero good nursing
brought him round.
T. W. WITHROW,
niAt;if.c rtnti:it op
FINK HIMY AND WAGON
SAIIDLKKS FIM)I(iS OF
ami ii:ai.i:ii in
Saddle amr Harness-makers1
11 It IDLES, J It ACE CHAINS,
F W HARBAUM, "VVhiiw'Sndd, rjVo
MANtFACTUHKIt OF .TRUNKS
ITT 1 rrKTc
last week, for the first time. It is one
f the unrt pictureique places in the
state, being built on hills and in valleys,
with here and there high peaks almost
overhanging the citv. Uur esteemed
look lice Liemocrat boys, sain our
friend ; "t suppose you are all lor Grce
Icy?'" "We are ino-tly Republicans, but
w are generally lor Greeley, all the i Madion, and one old colored Udy of 107
same, eaiu a ruuun luoKing coup in a
red shirt. "Uur town gives one hundred
and fifty Republican majority, but Hon
est Old Horace is popular among us."
So it goes everywhere.
The Loud try for Peace.
I'ur the first time the Grant men are
begiuuiug to admit the probability of
their leader's defeat. The astonishing
unanimity f the men at liallimore has
at last convinced them that the Detue
crats of the country arc terioua in accept
ing Mr Greeley as their candidate
We 1 may they bv astounded, for it has,
as it were, electrified everybody else,
Dsmocrats and Liberals alike. To think
that a Democratic Convention should
meet in rebel liallimore, and that thu
only quetiou at issue should be. whether
Mr Grte'ey, the old time abolitionist,
should be nominated on the first ballot
bv acclamation, or simply adopted as
others of the same interesting character .their candidate by resolution endorsing
will soon follow no doubt, and the econo the action of C nciunati. It is somu-
e . f 'nr. ........ ,,.. ... .., iu,.,;.. . i, r:
. . , ..I.. uiik.i iciruiia ui iut. 1.1'uLifia iui..u.vj wmiiuiiiii. iu I. a viiau.o ui
Tounir In jml. Ollle linsnn. Irsilnl Hi In i ; .... . , I , , . . . I
" ' - not abolishing the trannag privelege be , sentiment anu leenti, that we conleos to
buggy ride through the principal streets ,nade more fully apparent. .a .iight share in the general astonish-
nd the suburbi, thence to the fair I ment, heartily as wo have endorsed anil
grounds, giving us an excellent view of The Kvcning Kxpre-s says it hit the sustained the movement from its first
the city from various points. We called tliority of Mr Greeley to assert that inception.
, , , . . , , the story to the effect that Horace Gree It serves to show how powerfully the
at tho Journal offiee, where we formed ,ey lnd ,; Seymour some time past I honesty of the man Greeley has appealed
the acquaintance of Mr. Lamkin, one of j nj.Ue a bargain, whsreby Gov. Seymour,to and entered the hearts and brain ol
the proprietors, and were well pleased ) was to support Greeley for the presi-'the people north and south, and bow
with his address. Mr. Reid is nn a visit 'lericy, an 1 to use his influence to get determinedly they dem.nd the dethrouo-
ureeity nominated lor tnc presidency by n;ni ot tne 1'resiuent, his rings, his ne
the Democrats, is a deliberately coined putum, and the whole of his grand na
lie, made out of whole sloth, and that it ! tional gift enterprise business. This
is equally false that ativ Democrat in a thundering outcry of the people, over
izing for tbe Journal. Wc met several of "igh place, or low place, bas evr hinted a wua.mmg politicians and objecting jour
our ofd friends, among Ibcm Col. N. P. ' "T,1. of "pectation to Mr. Greeley as to , nalists, and carrying them along in spite
... , . . ... public office-', of themielvss in the popular flow, prove
Minor whri 14 iinnrnna na in It 1 a k - 1 . . . 1 1
younger days, a strong Greeley man and
as stanch a Democrat as ever.
PKOMPrLY ATTi:Xl)i:i) TO.
Al L WORK WARRANTED,
July 17. 1ST?. ly
to his friends in Kentucky, whither he
bas pone fer tbe benefit of his health.
In bis absence Mr. Oilie Dryson is local
'.another fact also, bow well tbt few men
Tho Democracy of North Carolina are st Cincinnati whoschieved the nomination
We wero confident of carrying the state by at,of Gresley against tint of .Mr. Adams
well pleased with our visit, and could 1 'ea,t twenty thousand uisjonty, and will I understood tbe strength of tbe choiee
have spent several days there will, pleas-! ProblbJ ,lect m04! ol' f,,e . eis,ht mem-1 befoM ,lh C0UDl.r.v- I' is tue outburst of
, , . . . , , , ,bersoi congress, though tae re appor- a people nungeriog lor peace ana psact
re had not business demanded our at ,; .,. LV. 1 .., ti,. r: ' i' .,. ... .1....
tcntion at home.
A conference of Grant Republicans
look plaee at Grant's cottage, Long
Branch, on tho 1 1 th. A correspondent
of the New Vork Herald stys they re
they carried five cf the seven districts, mined to have. bt Louis Dispatch.
places the result somewhat in doubt
Grant's majority in iIih state in 1SGS
was about 12,000. Two years lattr-the
Democrats elected their attorney general
by 5000, and now they expect to be
mained closeted with tho Presideut for,larelV reinforced by the Greeley Re
' ..1 I! ni . ,
several hours discussing th? political sit
aation. Wilson says be never saw a sit
nation look no- alurmiegly blue. The
World'scorrespotident reports of the con
ference : "It is very apparent from their
manner that they are bscouiiug uneasy.
Neither Grant nor his advisers are as
sanguinis as they were a few days ago,
aid are actually alarmed at the develop.
stents of the canvass. North Carolina
worries thorn, and they don't like the
idea of tbo public knowing they have
spent so much money thero, uur is tbe
news from the state at all encouraging
Wilson was especially down hearted.
He was urged to repair immediately to
that state, and take tho stump. In obe
dience to the demand he left lo night."
At a meeting ot the National Dsmo
cratie committee, all tbe members being
present except from the States of Deia
ware and Horida, Hon. August Schell,
summers has just gone.
A correspondent in Syracu'o, Otos
county, Nebraska, writes tint that pro
duct, which has always given a large
Republican majority, will cast more than
two thirds of Us votes for Greeley and
Rrown. Tbe change is ubmrvable
throughout the state, and it will give at
least five thousaud imjority to the Cin
A letter from Col. R. G. Roone, written
at Cliuton, I'enry county, informs us that
C'jlman stoek iu that se.-ton is above par
aud still rising. 1 he indications are now
that, if the people turn out and are truely
represented in convention, Col C i nun
will be nominated ou the first ballot.
Killed bv Ligiit.ninh. James Nish
ols, aged 18 year-, a son of William Nuh-
ols, formerly of Jonesburg, we lean.
' n.icu oy ngninii'g, a lew days ugo,
t.eai .uartinsburg. Audrain countv.
Young Nichols had stopped under a tiec
during a norm, when the accident oc
curred. The mule upon which he spt.
was also killed. Montgomery County
Among ihe prominent men at the
Baltimore Convention, we uotice the
name, of Genl. r-itzhugh Lee, nephew of
Gon. R K. Leo; Judge Robt. Ou'd
Confederate exchange commisninncr ;
Thos. Randolph, grandson of Thomas
Jefferson; and John B. Baldwin, the
leading orginator of the conservate move
ment that emancipated Virg-nia in 1S0S.
The aggregate popular vote for Pres.
ident in 18C8 was about 5,788.000. At
tbe present time the population of voters
of alien nationalities, including the col
ered voters, i- a fnllows : Colored. 803,.
000, of whom 55 000 are in the North
ern and 5G in the border state. The
Irish have 303,45G, being strongest in
New York and Pennsylvania. The Ger
mans have about 280,000; the Welsh
71,000; the Scandinavian, 34.120 the
C'WISS, Jo UUU
A negro woman aged 117 vears died at
the residence of Mrs. Muir, in Boonville.
on the 17th of last month. She had
lived in that viciuity from the early sst
SlirrllT's Salr of School L.uitl-.
)Y VIHTl'K nml authority cf nn or.Ur nf
J sale lsuc'l frmu tint utl'ieu uf ihe Clerk of llie
county court of Lincnlu county, Mo , tlutt.il July
U'tli, a. ii., IsiiL', I will, on
Tuesday. October 1, A. D. 1S72,
ljctwccn the limlrs of 9 nVltn-k in the Inrnioon
n ii'l lio o'clock in the nltoriwion of ili.it iliiy, rt
tho court houini tloor in tho town of Troy, Mo,,
luring the sitting ol the circuit coutl of Lincoln
ountr, Mo., fell at public vi-mlue to I he lil-'hr-t
hiJiler on a crctlir of 111 Month', iuich.iur'j;iv nig
bin. il with fecuiily lo hear ten i-er cent, ncr an
num interest fioiu ilny of f.il,., nml n school
mc-rtzafctj on the lanJ iiirchftscil, tho following
letcnoeu school laiitls, In tvil : honi-rci, the east
hall of Iho s-oulheft.t ijiiirter of sec III, town-hip
50, range 1 wet, ar.il 40 u.-rcs, thu southeast
of the nnrthctst ipiarter of section lfl, township
.Mi, ruiico ) west,
jiilyliM'J V. WlXli, SherilT.
Order of rnblfcnlion.
State nf Missouri, ) In Lincoln Circuit Court
County ul Lincoln J March Terui, 1ST2. ,
ArchilaM V. McKee nml Win. l'razicr', 1'PflV,
Itcbecca A. Korennn nml Davhl I'drciaan, Def 'Is.
To Sit A-iJo Dci-il.
j COLLARS, &c.
AU of which arc offered at (he
Jlaviiir just finished new rooms
on (he Corner of Main nml Cheng
Streets, two doors north of my old
stand, I am now prepared, and will
keep on hand at all times the lksl
and M'd Complete assortment
of goods that has ever been offered
to the public in this county.
( MY SADDLKS AX I) IIAKXKSH
i a nr. jiAnr. or m k
VERY BEST MATERIAL,
1 itt tr fMirr. mv own ttrr.r-.vuiox .txn
Varr.'iiiti'd to in'ivv. llnliri1
AM) AIM! Ol'l'llltl'.l) AT Iltll"l
111,11 lilU I IfUllll lill. lull.
I AM ALSO l'llIIl'AltL'D TO n'UXISlI
All Kinds of Hitffy Trimniiuy, 1 1
Cover lliifyics, etc., etc.
AiiLwr ron tub ci:li:i:ihti:ii
which W wiirr.intcl lo ivc ctitiic pfttipTictlon.
T. -W- WITHROW
fllL.'Ifi,, P .. 1
?VI.'II').' I I
13 y TVIejriTiple.
IAVOl'l, I) ri-.'cctfiiily nnnnuncc 'n the cili
2cim of Limuln countv Mint I have iiccuu-t
!l". -rti.-c. of t l'l ItST CLASS .llltIKN-L.Y.
NOW ntthl .lay come llio f :ii 1 1,1 tin tilT-t l.oforo MAX WATCH MAKl'.lt, anil will
the Jmlgo ol s.iM Con rt nml file their jictl- . m, . . .
Hon, statins; ninung mher thinK' that lite s.ihl iSt'pair aiflM'Mi CIOCKN Ulltl
.1 ct? dry,
AT MObERATK RATES,
ami . conn oitiiKit.
i:gu vvixfj m:ti.v kxki'iitgd
.ir- All Hoi-k V. ai rautcil.
j. l. vriiiw,
P. .t A. Telcgra'h OBicc. HonlHs' liullJIng
X. 1J. Tcrfoii' wishing to purchase any of
the Atneiican Watches, I will lurnish them al
Wholcialo I'rico List. nl5v7
MRS, MARY .SEOLACEK'S
Mi inery Establishment
NOTION & GROCERY STORE,
Uaviil Foreman is a nun rcsMent of the slate, of
Minouri. It is therefore onlereil by tho Jmlo
of sahl court that publication le in i-lo notify ing
the snitt IlavM I'lircitKin that nn action has bci-u
coiniueticcl agiinstliim by petiiinn in sail court,
tho object anJ general nature of which i to ict
a?blo a tletil nr ileitis nia-le in tutor of lUbeccn
A. roreman of anil lo tho following ilescribul
Intnl. to it: Tho umlit itle-1 urn. half of Ihoi u.t
half of tho soulhcast qr of section No- -I, nml tho
net half of tho southeast quarter of section X .
i, nlo the southwest qr ol Iho southwest qr of
rv.nuu .two, .in in lotinsniji iy, railgo I nt-M ;
also all oflo ! Xos. Cvo (5), eleven (II), two (2),
four (4), nnJ seven (71, being a put nf tho sul -tliriiion
ef.thc real estato of Jacob 1're.lcv, ilo-
ceasc-1, ninong his heirs, as maile by tho commis
sioners appointeil by tho Circuit Court of I.lncuin
counly, to partition tho lamls of saij Presley
incng his heirs, the pint of laiil suluhvision be
ing on record In the recorder's ofllei In tho county
aforesaid In book X, page lCll and following, and
being a part of the norlhcnst Irac'.ional qr of
southwest quarter of section Xo. 9, all in town-
snip ami range nlorcsabl ; alsn tho noitu half of
the northeast of thu northeast of section No. 9,
township ant range aforesaid. And you, the
said David Foreman, n:o hereby required to bo
and npear tn tho court on or before tho first dny
oi ino next term ttiereot, to be begun and held at
me court nnuso in said county on tho first Mon- .
day after the fourth Saturday In September next, J?ur cheap QrOCCricS Oild provisions,
and answer said netition. or thu samu will bn . r '
taken as confessed ; and it Is further ordered that
a copy hereof bo published in tho Lincoln County
iieram, a newspaper putnislied In tbiscounty nml
stale, for four weeks successively, as by law re
A truo copy or the record.
SKAL; Witness my band as clerk and tho
seal of said court hereto affixed at
(flico In Trnr, Lincoln conntv, .Mo., this 3d day
of July, 1872. WM. COLBERT, Clerk.
r v r i . , .'nil u ttut in-iuiiy irum tue eariv set-
of S.w lork was el.et.J permanent sec- tlemgDt of tho co f
publicans. Tlio prospect is fair, and the reU.r,r aDd tr!U'". foll9fw,n" , her Jeath. She was fifteen years old
administration is exhibiting great un-! pentUSn were ?Uc,ed 'nembe'8 (, 1 1" the time of the declaration of indep.
easiness tbroa?h Tear of haviii" its first , , v! malTu" J:,I"Q
Kun in the campaign spiked on the 1st d,olPb' .of Jfr,e,; Cyrui II Mo
nf AiioiMt iCormtck, of Illinois; Wm A. .Moore, of
The Italia Countj Itccord savs that
Cul. W. II. Hatch, an aspirant for gu
bernatorial honors, will address the people
ol Halls, Pike and Lincoln in a short
In answer Iu inquiries that are period
icall; m a lie liy tnsny of the public iu re
lation to our great bridge structure, we
feel t;lad to say that greater success and
progress were never known, since the
layint of the piers, than are being accom
plished at present. Four-fifths of the
steel required for tho superstructure,
fully fabricated and tested, have already
been delivered, and tbe balance will be
forthcoming in araplo time for its uses.
The number of men employed in this
city, and at Grafton, Pittsburg, Phildel
phia, iVc, in the various branches ef the
work is nearly three tboussnd. The
company expect to epen tho completed
structuro to the public by April nest;
and to this satisfaction they feel perfectly
confident of adding another most im
portant ono, namely, that every dollar
the stockholders hsvo expanded in tbe
enterprise will prove to them a first rate
intcstuiiut. St. Louis lipatcb.
Michigan; Isaac E. Haton, of Kansas;
Pred. U. Prince, of Massachusetts ; John
L Thompson, of Ohin ; .Jos P. Hirr, of
Pennsylvania; Wm II. liarnuni. of
necticut; Matbew V. Hansom, ot North
Carolina; Gen W. T. Hate, of Tenetite.
A Sixr.ULAH Fact The initials of
sevso of the most notorious administra
tion Radicals spell the name of the deity
which Orant worships, Thns: Brown,
Alcorn, Chandler, Cameson, Hoar, Ulys
ses, the cift taker, and Scott, spell "lljc.
chus, ' the god of wine. The initials of
seven others indicate the god that en
dowed in its birth, and furnishel iu its
rjper years, the peculiar gift which dis
tinguishes the Radical party from every
other political organization. Those ure
Morton, Kdmonds, Hico, Cameron, Ulys
ses, Hevels an Yates. Theso initials
spell ' Mercury," tho god of thieves.
An Imliaaapolis lady is the happy
mother of hvalthy liiplots.
dene, and distinctly remembered the
struggles and trials of the revolutionary
war. It was a source of great pleasure
and pride to her to relate incidents and
anccdetes of early history. She rotained
her faculties until tho last, and dieM with
tue utmost composure
A bey worked hard all dav for a nnar-
ter ; ho bought apples and took them to
town anil sola tliem for a dollar. With
the dollar he bout-lit a sheen. Th.
sheep brought him a lamb, and the fleece
brought him another dollar. He bought
another sheep. The next tear he Iia.l
two ahssp, two lambs, and a yearling
sheep. Iho three fieocos he sold for
thtee dollars, and bought three moro
sheop. He now had eight sheep with a
uir prospect, lie worked where hi
found opportunity.for hay, corn and oats
and pasturing (or his sheep. He took
the cboicest earo of them, and soon had
(lock. Their wool enabled him to huv a
pasturo for thom, nnd by the tiuio Iiu wnt
iweuiy onc lie Had a lair start in life, and
an iroin tno quarter be had earned iu
and everything in the grocery
line, suct as
LAV.UE SUPPLY OF MJM1U3R AT
Chain of Rocks, Lincoln Co.
Wcntherbcarding, Sheeting, Poor.nnd Window
iratucs, Sash, and Iluildlng Material
W. E. JUiOWN,
junI9mnn25 Chilli, of Rock, Mo.
Co to Mrs. Scdlacck's.
Agency ol the Weed Family
Favorite Sewing Machine.
Call nnd cxamluo this machine beforo pur
Persons Indebted to mo arc earnestly re
quested to call and sottle last year's accounts.
ill I'm. II. SEDJjACEK
Feb'y 1. 1872.
MM.VI.H TO WASH I P.
TO AM. M HUM IT MAT I'OKCEKM:
A PETITION was presented to the County
Court at tho May term, 1872, ajklug th
Court to establish a municipal township, t s
called Nineveh township, aud to have the follow
ing boundaries t llsgiu In the channel of Welt
Cuivro river In tho lino of Lincoln and Mongom
ery counties, thenco north on tho county line to
the Hue of Pike county, thenco cast on the line
between townships SO and il to the line betwtto
sections 4 and o, township 50, rango 2 west,
thence south on section Hues to tbo channtl o
West Cuivro river, thenco up Iho channel of isl
river to placo of beginning.
Said petition will bo considered by tne court
on mo nrii nay ol tne August term for iort
Watches mul hi,,,!,, ,... :.. J which said term will le begun and hel4 at
Tl urtniS and JeWelriJ JtCpaircd. c rt homo In the town of Troy, oa Monday,
August 12, 172.
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