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LOCAL AND COUNTY.
fur Avnmcu linKilnit far County Offictf, !?5;
'! TuKiithip Ojjlctn, $2.50
M'c n ro irtitliiilr.cil to nriinoutico Culonul 1!. 1).
lIUMi of Union tuwnalilp at it catidlilntu for
rtcprcHiitntlvo uf Lincoln cnunly In thu next
UciktkI AmoiuIiIv, (ul.jcct tu tlm nppruvnl of t'.io
DeinocrnlJo I'rlmiirj Kltctlnn ur Uunvciitlun, in
tliu central cumiulttvu uiuy eider.
W'o ate authorirorl ti announce. .'lOHX 1'.
TTKllll ur UurrirTno township as ii cimlldato (o
llcprcsent Lincoln county in tho next tleuoral
Assembly uf tlio Stale, nuujcct tu tlio uuuilnutlou
vf tlio liciiiocriitlc party.
Wo nro irnthorirorl to unnouneo JA.1K! K.
CANNON of llcillurtl towiialiip at u cnilliliito lur
Collector uf Lincoln county, subject to tlio rati
Mention uf tlio Democratic 1'riiiiitry Kloctluii or
"County Coimutlun, at tho central cuuiuilttco
To the Vottr vf X.inculn Cuuiity : I nnnuunce
iiyclf n ii ciir.illtltitu fur tho Collectoralilp of
Lincoln county, titljcct tu tlio notion of the
Ikiuueralic Convention or Primary Election, ami
'rci'pceti'ully solicit your mlTriiRO.
tIEO. F. SWKKNKY,
Vo nto nuthorfcod to nnnounco Ur. J. tV.
VKl.CIl in o c.iudldtito for Ci Hector of Lincoln
-county, auiijoct to tho nouiluatlon of tho Dviee
Wo nro authorized ti) annunnco V. W. SHAW
t f Wnorly township in n rnniliiliito for Collector
of Lincoln cuusjty, tsuljccl to tho nomination uf
lio Democratic party.
Wo nro iiulliorlzoil tu iinnuuneu THOMAS .M.
CAUTIHl of Clark township na a caudidalo lor
Slieiift" of Lincoln county, Milrjcci to tho rati fi -ration
of tlio lloniocrnlic rriinury Llectiuii or
Cnunly Contention, whiclie er in rcciiinuiciidcil
by lliu Diuiocruliu Cculr.il Cuinuilttou uf tho
Wo nro niitliorkeil tu nniioiinco W. A. WOOD
il) N uf Muiiruo tuwnsiiip tin a cmldldiito fur
t?ln tiff of Lincoln county, subject tu the nctlun
of I lie llciiiuuriille l'rlniury Klcclion or Cum cu
tion, whichever may to agreed upou by tho con
We nro authorized to nnnoiincu JNO. MellON
Al.iV xti Jledlotd township us a candidate for
Tic.iiuircr dl' Lincoln counly, imhjccl tu Ihu rulili
cation uf llio iJeiuocratlu Primary Election or
Counly Convention) as tVo bcimicrntio Central
Couiinitteo of tho county may urdcr.
Wo aro authorized tu nnnounco U'.M. l'KA
7.1 lilt aa a c.inillil.ito fur Prosecuting Atlormy
ul Lincoln cnunly, eubjuct to thu nomination uf
thu liumucrutic p irly.
Wo nro nullinrired to nnnounco 1!. W. WIIEK
LEM of Hurricane township us a candidalo lor
l'rofeciitin Attornoy uf Lincoln counly, nulijcct
to 4s"i nomination uf tlio iJoiuocr.ttic pally.
Wo nro iiulliortioi In mm. unco W. C. Mol'AIt
LAN1) ii h n catididato for i'runcutine; Attorney
of Lincoln county, isuljict lu tl.'o iiuuiinatiuu of
tho Itcinucialic party.
We arc authorised tu auuniiuce .. W. VAXC1I
of llur icano townidiipa a candid. ite lor Aii'-ior
of Lincoln cii.uily, Mihjccl to tho uuiuinatiuii uf
tho lMnocratic parly.
I'm- I'uu'ie AilmliiMratiii-.
aV,il,n- Jltrultl; Sh rieavu iiiitiounco in yiur
paper IliatJ am a candidate fur I'tihlic Aduunl.'i
tralur of Lincoln countv, ruljcc' tu the action
'of tlio I'rtuocriitic I'limiiry Election or t.'uuvuu
linn, an Ihu central coinmilico of the county may
order. .IDSIAII CKEKC1I.
I ''or SiiiiTlntndciit of Public ScIiuuIk.
W urn nulliorixed tu nnnoiincu W, K. PKN
'tNIIKN of Prairio tiivit)iip an n candidate
or r-upeiintciident ul l'uldie Sc'iooln f Lincoln
V. truly, Milijcct lolho liotnir.atloli uf tho llcmo
Dciuocralic illass Alccliug,
Vim l)imo(iratio purty ol Linuoln
.cuiinty will moet in inuiti convention nt
ho court liiiuse in Troy, at ono o'olock
i. in , on Mnmtiif, Attyust 12, 1872, for
the purposo of selecting deUgates to tlio
ntut coiivdiitiun, wliiuh U to meet nt
JofTeriton City on tlio 2 1 it of August ;
ulio dclo)ateji to tho congressional con
vention uf the Thirtoenlh ilinirlet, to b
held at Mexico on tho 17th of Suplctu
bsr, utnl ilelonatcK to the ucnatoriul con
vtilion of thin district, to meat at a
)i1au and lime hereafter to bo appointed.
A full attendance of the parly it car'
neatly nolici cd.
liy order of tho county Executive
W. W.SAIIW, Chairman.
1-'. 0. Cake. The reply of Mr. Cako to
Ilia various articles that have appearod
againtt him in the Dispatch, will be pub
Untied in tlio cmci next week. Ho com
plutely knooki the dirty cloth off of
Knos'i naughty figure table. Mr. Cake
courts investigation of the books and
records in his offioe, and will apply to the
court at its next term (August 12) for tho
appointment of an impartial committee to
investigate them. Tbis is a matter that
ehould bo attended to in justice to himself
and the people If a thorough invcatiga
ion u.mode for a number of years back,
We opine that more damaging facta will
be revealed against a few who are making
bo much over the "nine thousand dollar
Meal" (?) than against him. At any
rate, bo appears vory anxious that the
investigation should bo made.
Not Hankuupt Ykt. Messrs Parker
& Dosn brought suit in bankruptcy
gainst the St. Louis and Kookuk rail-
toad teeently, and the causo canto up
before the United Statos district court in
Ct. Louis last week.' Their attorneys, J,
C Henderson el, al., seoing tho folly of
ucb proceeding, wisely withdrew from
the contest, after paying costs. We
think it about time these Louisiana fol
4ors were putting a stop to tholr opposi
iton of this enterprise All ihoy can do
wilt Mot retard its progress, and they
might as well resign themselves to their
rate first at last. Wtten they get to
bucking against Messrs. Walker, DouglaB
& Co., thsy.flnd they haven't got bold of
Dr. John Hvghes will prtach nt. Sandy
rru cnurcn in nitron viiy on ant
iiy, tho 18th of August, and if the poo
U desist will held a Qtrtiu rrieg tftie
The tiailirr.ne near MUiiroojl.
Tho pic nio at Hilton's si,rlnif. last Sat-
urday, givsn by tlrt, good puoplo of Mill
wood township, to which tho entire
county was invited, was succssifal beyond
tlio most languiae oxpsctations of its
friends. At nn early honr in tho day
ladios and gontlauitri from all narts of
tht county boan to conrogato, and 'ere
high twelve a large and vory respectable
company had nsiouiblcd. All nacciiary
firecsutiooi ta miko tho day a pleasant
one natl uttn taken, and a large and com
modtous arbor with seats enoa"h to
kccersmadate all hid beon orectcd, a
sUnd for tht musicians iu the center, and
a Hour nicely lovolud and saw-duitod for
the especial beneGt of the gay and
Soon aftor tho gathering iu began, tho
solitude of the fjreit was broken by the
sweet stratai of mu-io, and dunoitis com-
menetd. Four sets were on the tluor at
the same time. Uu tho ontatds anxious
candidates were in oasrer converse with
tho yeomanry of the land, each ono stem
mg to teal that upon his success de
pended the weal or woo of Lincoln
county. Thus matteri went on until
twelve o'clock. Dinner was announced,
when mutio and dancing ceased, and even
tbt guardian of the naoplo's interest
wore inducod to cease their Inborn of love
for a short season, to partake uf the
bountiful rvpast to whiuli all wore in-
vitod. Though the coimourjo was large,
thero was an ubuudiuca, and many bus
kttfuls wero loft.
itiiuiOduieiy alter uiuncr toe young
folks betook themiotvos to the arbor and
wore soon in the mazy whirl again, while
at the earnest solicitations of many of the
viable voters, some of the candidates were
induced to make short speeches.
W. C. Mcl-'arland, Urj , led off with a
neat speech, in which he briefly rsviowod
the history of tho uational government,
and declared himself a I)atuornt of tho
Jcffursouiau style and a candidate for
Win. 1'ruzir, Eji , followed in u brief
address, endersiug what Mr. Mcb'urlaud
had said, and declaim; in favor of
Greeley and tho Cincinnati platform,
especially its one term plank. He also
closed by announcing himself a catididato
for prosecuting attorney.
Dr. J. W. Welch next took the Mump
(a wagon bed) and eloquently alluded to
the former greatness aud glory of our
Kovortimont contrasted with its present
inglorious and mai-administered condi
tiou. He favored Greeley, and olosed by
announcing himself a candidato for col
lector. U. W. Whcelor, Hq , followed the
Doctor, thankiag tho people fur the
honor they had conferred by calling him
self uud others out, and auuounced hi in
self as u candidate for prosecuting attor
Oilier candidates wcro prcsont, who
did not address tho ntoulo. Judge
King was expected to be there, but failed
Although thero woro gathered to
other an immense) concourse of pcoplo
we urn proud to say there was not a single
drunken uiau on tho ground during tho
whole day, not a word that could give
offense to tho most reOned nothing, in
fact, to mar tho plcasuro of the scone
Wo hoard many congratulating them
selves for having gone. If all our pic
nics woro of like character, then wo
would say, lot thorn come thick and fast.
Many thanks to the good people of
Milllwood township. Tboir hospitality
is unsurpassed, their pio-nics always suc
cessful. May thty prosper and enjoy
the good things they so abundantly
The Tim Ah ov Guyatt. Tho special
term for tho trial of Guyatt closed last
Thuriduy, but the jury were unablo to
agreo. He was triod on a charge of
murdor in the first degree, but the evi
dence did not justify the ehargo, and
tbo prosecution found tho case to be a
much tougher otto than was anticipated,
Among othor things, it was stated by
some of tho witnessos that Carter know
Guyatt would pass Post Oak tho day the
killing occurred, that ho went thero early
in tho morning, talked of Guyatt'scom
ing that way, and that ho mado the drat
advancos. Tho attornys, C. K, Peers,
circuit attorney, and H. D. Walton for
tho State, and Col. U. 1'. Dyer and Nat
Dryden for the dofensu, mado able
speeches forandagainit the prisoner. Tbo
jury stq,od, six for acquittal andtix for
murder in tho second degrct with twonty
years imprisonment. Doing thut rolicved
of the ehargo of murder in tho first de
gree, b was admitted to bail, bat was
immcdiatlv re-arrested on a ehargo of
horst stealing, and taken to Si. Louis
whtro bo will hato to gio another bond
or go to jail. Ho says the borso he is
aceusod of stealing, atd which ho was
riding when arrested, ho traded for, but
knew nothing of tho ma with whom he
A boy iu Iowa has silver qnrli
stiiok fast his throtut. 1 oiO e f
igeotj 'Jiuoster or . wouli sjws.
Thu advTtiKomont of Troy Christian
Instituto npptars in the Herald to day.
As vaa etutod last 'week, Prof. (!;i(Twili
again havu control of this instilulion,
fttrJ will devote his Whole energy to the
builditi' up of a good college. Kvory
ftveotntuodation desirable for pupils will
bo funtid at this school. Send for a cir
cular. W S. Cooper has a large snpply cf
t.rbucklc'a browned Coffee, tho best in
nsc, and will fciocp n tull supply always
on hand, besides everything cUo in tho
notion and grocery lino, Ho is receiving
fresh supplies every week. Call at the
"Novelty" tmd bo posted before buying
Those having nolcs nnd accounts of
long standing duo Cake & llogcr.j, ore
requested to call and make early settle
ment. Otherwifo they will find them in
the hands of an officer fur collection.
CAKK & KOGKKS.
July 10, 1872.
Stolen 82."i Rkwauk On tho 3d
day ol'il.utio, ult , n fine Gold Watch was
stolnn-frntn tlio rcsiilonco of jam'ei W.
Dyer, near Wenlzville. The walch is un
l'tit;lish lever, made by (Jaylord & Sons,
Liverpool ; No 7,!10!5. A roward of S25
will .bo paid any ono who will find the
watch and return tho same to this office
or to .lanie.i W. Dyer, near Wcntzville
At a Ucrtnin boarding "liousen in
Chicago common fish oil is used in tho
latnrs. Tho proprietor, who evidently
has n sharp eye to business, says that "it
ish good, as der boarders goes to boa so
quick cause he smells so bud
Ton Salk on Kent. Tho brick livery
stablo, on Main Mrcct, pnuth of the
Planter s House, is for s-alo or rent.
Apply to Mr. B S. Crows or 11. O
At tho L.clolo Until, In Troy, Mo., on tho
morning of tho 2.ith inst., e.ftcr a painful Illness
of twenty four hours of cholera infantum,
tlLOlStJli: II,, infant diujliter of (iooriro W
and Lloisc llurton, aged 2 months and 17 days.
ht. Louis Itcpubiican and Iowa piper? plcaso
TUT, 1'IIIST TKllM Ol' TUB SKVKSTIl
Scr&iun of tiiid Instltutiun will cutiimcnco
Ou illoutlay, Scjilcmbcr 2, 1872,
On Friday, January 17, 1873.
IF You Suck a Good School
fur your Sum or D -tighter, whoro thoy will be
cared fur both iu fchuul and family, thoroughly
taught, and FUiiitul'.MK3 nv HAi'i'V iNU mku.tii
I'.'l, isri.t'KNCKs, rend them tu
Christ if in Institute,
Send fur Clrculir.
J. It. A. M., Preh't.
July 31. 1872. 3m
Urdcr of Publication in Vacation.
Jui.t mm, 1872.
State uf Missouri, I In Lincoln Circuit
County of Lincoln, " Court, Sept. Torm, b2
Susan l'erkins, I' Iff.,
vs Action on nnto and ac
I'cter f!.isady, Pcfl. ) count.
MOW at this day comes tho tilatntlS in tho
1 1 abuvo camo bolnro tlio undersigned Clerk of
tho Circuit Court uf Lincoln county in vacation,
and files her petition and affidavit, alntlng that
l'eter Caniday Is a non-resident of this state.
It is tlieiefoio ordered by tho Clerk afuronuid in
vacation that publication bo mado notifying liiui
that nit action has been coininoncod against III in
by petition for iho payment of a nolo uf evon
Hundred IMIars and ail conts, with 10 per cent,
interost tiiercon, ami with tho Severn' credit an
nexod to it, datcd)!7th February, 18117 J nnd.iUo
nn nccuunt ot the linn ot Cake x linger., at
signod tu l'lalntiirin tho sum of Sixty 2S-I00 Dol
lars, dated May Mth, 1872, nnd that his uroocrty
has been attached. Now therefore you tho said
l'eter CassaJy, non-resident, aro horeby required
to bo and appear in faid court on or before tho
iniru uay ul tno next term, miun will bo bigun
I I. ..I I ... ,1 . i - t . nZ..
uiiu iieoi hi lliu iuuii Mouse iu 1110 luwu Ol liujr
in said county, ou tho Hfth .Monday iu Septem
ber noxt, I872,"nnd answer tho said poti'ion, or
tho satuo will bo taken as confessed. And it Is
further ordered that a copy hereof be published
in tho Lincoln County Herald, a nowsiiiiior nub-
lulled in Troy in said county, for tour weeks
successively, as b: 1 1 required.
Attest: Wit. COLOKKT, Clerk,
liy J Uii.t-Kii, 1). C,
State of Missouri, I
County o( Lincoln, " I, Win. Colbert, t lerk
of tlio circuit court In and for said county, hero
by certify that tlio abuvo is a truo cuny of tho
original urdcr of publication In tho causo therein
named, as tho samo appears in book II, pngo 410,
in my otuco. witness my nana as
HliAL; Clerk and tho seal ol said court. Dono
at ofllco at Troy, this 2(U!i day of
July, 1872. WM.COLUKUT, Clerk,
jul2ln31 J liiu.uu, Deputy.
Order of Publication on Note.
Stato of Missouri, I.. In Lincoln County Cir
Cuuuty of Llnculn, cult Cuurt, Mu., Maroh
JohnS. Tuttlo nnd Mar-I March 20th, 1672,
shall L. Liilum, l'lfls. vs.
William Morris, Deft.
VOW here come tho plaintiffs hortin, by attor-
ll uey, nnd It nnncar.ng to tho Court that Wil
liam Morris, dofeudont, is a non resident of this
state, and that tho ordinary nrocuas ol law can
not bo served upon him, it Is thcrcforo ordered
by the cottrt that publication bo mado notifying
tho said defendant thut an action has been com-
moucodjagainst him by attachment, tho uhjectand
and general naturo of which to obtain Judgment
on n uoto executed by defendant to plaintiffs fur
tno sum oi iwo iiunurou uoiiari, uatou sepicm
tembcr 2'J, 1871, nnd that bis property has boon
attached to satisfy said debt; and unless you,
tbo said non resident defendant, bo and appoar
nt tho noxt term of this court, to bo holden at
tho court houso in tho town of Troy, in afuresald
county nnd stato, on tho fifth Monday of Sep
tember noxt, 1872, and on or before tlio third day
of said term, answer or pload tu plaintiff' peti
tion, tho samo will bo takon as confoiiod nui'
Judgment rendered accordingly. It is further
ordered by tho court that a copy hereof bo pub
lished iu tho Lincoln County llorald, a newspa
per printed and published lu tbis state, as by
law required and coutinued,
Attest i WM. C0LDEIIT, Clerk.
Stato of Missouri, I
County of Lincoln, I I, William Colbert,
Clerk of tho circuit court of laid county and
stato, certify that tho above and
I StSiWi Torogoing Is a correct copy of Iho orlg-
niaTorKvr Hi said cairao, as tn sane
tcmsiu of lo' oid lu lay tail oflii'e. '
s.,lil W.U1.JHS, CI. i
ArimiHirlraloi''n Hoi tec.
JOTI0K Is hereby given that lellcmof ndmln
1.1 itratlon cro g-antcd to Iho iindrrdKncd
on tho cu.parlncrihlp otato of IJulnley A- llin
ni, on the 10th day of July, Ih72, liy tho Clctk
of tho Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mo.
All pcrtou. havlni; 'claims nKalmt raid otalo
'are required to exhibit tlivfn tu tho adotlnNtralor
for nlluwanco nllhln ono year from the dalo of
nald letters, or they may ho iireclu Ird f.om nny
boncfit of raid o.-tato j and If not oxhiblled
within two years from Iho dato of raid letters,
they mill bo forovcr hancd.
JulitlnlH DAVID T. WAllUV, Adtn'r.
NOTICI! Is hereby eiron that Idlers of ad
ministration wcro crnntcd to Iho under
signed oh tho otato of Henry tjulglrv, 'AcoM,
by tho Clerk of tho l'rnbjlo Court of Lincoln
counly, Mo., on tho lOlh day of .July, IS..
rorsnns bavins clniius ngilnt Mid etato aro
rculrod to exhibit them to tho ndtnlnl rntor
within ono year from the dato of said letters, er
they tnsy bo i,rccludcd from any hctmfit of said
estate'? nnd If not cxhlhl'ol niltiln t(o years
from Iho iltto of said letters, lliev will bo forever
barred. tltilMI DAVID T. WADDV. Adtn'r.
Order of i'uhlicalioii.
Plato of Missouri, J In Lincoln Circuit Court
Cnunly ol Lincoln J5' Mareli Term, 1872.
Archibald V. McKee and Win. Frailer, I'l'tfs,
ltebecca A. Furcman and David Foreman, llcf'ti.
To Set A,lde Deed.
jVJOU' at this day come the said plaintiffs bi foro
i tnoJuugoni sntii i;ourt ami run tiielr peti
tion, slating among other things that tho said
David Foreman Is a non resident of tho stato of
Missouri, It is thcrcforo ordered by tho Judgo
of said ennrt thltt tniblicMlon bo mado notifying
tlio said David Foreman that an nction lias been
commenced iigaliistlilin by petition In sa1Aoirt,
tho object and general mtiiro of which is "to sti
aside n deed or deeds mado In favor of Heliecca
A, Foreman of nnd tu tho following described
land, to nit: Tho undiided una half uf Iho east
half of tho southeast qr of section No'. I, anil Iho
west half of tho southeast quarter of section No,
1, also tho southwest qr ol tho southwest qr of
scctluh No.1, nil In township I 'J, rano 1 west;
also all f,Y b s Nns, five (5), clctcn (II), two (2),
four (d), and soven if"), being a part of tho sub- t
division of tho real cstato of Jacob Presley, de
ceased, among Ills heirs, as made by tlio einnmis- '
sluners nppnlnte I by tlio Circuit Court uf Lincoln
county, In partition Iho lands of s.iM Krcslcy
nmnVii; his heirs, the plat nf said subdivision he
lng on rtcoid In the recorder's nllici In tho counly i
aforesaid in book N, page lnfi and following, anil
being a part uf tlio noVlheast Irac'lonal qr of
southwest quarter of section No. U, all In luwn- I
ship and raugo aforesaid ; alsu tho north half of
Iho nortln.'i't of tho northeast of section Nu. t, '
township an I rango aforesaid. And you, Iho
said Divl I Foreman, aro hereby required tu bo
and apear in the court on ur before the first day
of the next tottn thereof, to bo begun and held nt
the court house In said county on the first Mon- I
d i.v after the fo'irlh Saturday In Hep'.euib, r next, '
and answer said petition, or tlio samowlll bo
taken as confessed ; nnd It is further ordered that .
a copy heroof Lo published In the Lincoln Cnunly j
Herald, a newspaper published In thiscnunty and
state, fur four weeks successively, as by law re
.., A true copy of tho record,
SL'ALi Witness my hand as. cloik an 1 the
Peal of said court hereto allixed at
i llicc In Troy, Lincoln county, Mu , tbis,! day
of July, 1S72. WM. COLIiKUT, Clerk.
Order of I'ubilcailoii.
Stato of Mlamur, )
County of Lincoln, J "
A MONIJ Iho records and proceedings had In
Cx the l ircuit Court nf Lincoln County, State
oi .Mistnuri, nt Its .Mnrcu unit nml on tlio .nt'i
lay of March, ISi2, tlio fulluHing is found, to-
Hubert Kicks, Jolin W. Norton, James II. Nor
ton, Joshua Kicks, Jano Ilosman and Miclinol
D. llusman her husband, Martha Hicks, Mary
Wilkinson, John Kicks, Kncacl Carty, Harriet
Kicks, and Stephen Kicks her husband, Cam
lino (Iresnza and James Oresat i her husband,
Ilcury C. Norton, Mildred Norton, Mary F.
Norton, Kinily J. Norton, Albert Taylor,
liclle Taylor, Oscar Taylor, Dotty Taylor and
Charles Taylor, Defendants.
l'etilion for Partition.
Now conio the idnlntiffn herein, by attorney.
a.nl it appearing to tho court that Albert Taylor,
iietia layior, uscar lay lor, Dotty inyior aim
Charles layior, dclcndants, nre non residents ot
this Slate, and that the ordinary iirocoss of law
ennnnt bo served upon them, It is thcreforo or-
iiercn ny me court tnni publication be mado
notifying tho said defendants that an action has
been commenced against them by petition in tho
Circuit Court of Lincoln county and Stato of
Missouri, the object and general naturo uf which
Is tu obtain i.artitinn nnd division ol the follow
ing described real cstato, situ.ito in Lincoln
county, Missouri, to wit: Kjct half southeast
quarter section 21, township all rango 1 east, Kil
acres: soutlin'Cit quarter section 21, tuwr.shln
SO, range I cast, 1AU acres ; west half northeast
quarter section 23, township ill rango 1 cast, SO
acres: in nor'.hwcst quarter northwest quarter,
section 2H, township 50, rango 1 east, about 31)
acres: ointp.irt uf northwest quarter section 28,
tuwnsh'p ot) inngo 1 cast, 50 acres; west half
southwest quarter section 29, township iO, rango
I cast, 80 acres ; rnst lull' southeast quarter,
section ."0, township SO rango 1 cast, 8U acres,
and containing in all about 5110 acres, more or
le-F, nnd unless they bo and appear at Iho next
term of this oourt.to l'o boldcnat the court house,
in tho town of Troy, Lincoln county, cHato Bf
Missu'irl, on tho fifth Monday in September,
next, 872, nnd on or before tho third day of said
term, (If the term shall so long eontinuo, if not,
then beforo tho end of the term) answer or de
mur to plaintiffs' iictltion, tho same will bo taken
as confessed, and judgment rendered accordingly.
It is further ordered that a cupy hereof he pub
llthed In tho Lincoln County Herald, a newspa
per printed in this state, for foi-r weeks sucees
Ively, tho last Insertion tu bo at least fuur weeks
befuru tlio first day of tho next term uf this
Attost i WM. COLBnilT, Clerk,
J. lln.Utt, Deputy.
Stato of Missouri, 1
County of Lincoln, .
I, William Colbert, Clerk of the circuit court
in nnd fur said county, hereby certify that thu
above is a truo copy of tho original order uf
publication in the causo therein Homed, as tho
same appears on record in book II, page 107, lu
Witness my hand as Clerk and Iho
iSL'AL- seal uf said court. Dono nt uQico iu
Troy, Mo., this 18th day ur July, 1872.
WM. COLIIL'KT, Clerk.
july2ln30 J. lln.l.Ku, Deputy.
MRS, MARY SEDLAGEK'S
NOTION iUIROCERV .STORE.
For cheap groceries and provisions,
and eventhing in thegrocerg
line, such as
(la tu Mrs, .SeJIacekV. t
JlO- IWutid iudelited In mo arc mrneitty re
u,ueitud tu call aud ottlu hint ye.ir'i necuunl.
itiim. jti. m:ii,.c ! K.
yuh'y I, IH73.
NOTICht iahcrehy given that tlio UnJcnlyncJ
Kiiperintcndent ul' puldlo rehnola ut Llneidn
county, Mo., will, in nceordnnco with tho ehuul
law ul' ho tftnte, liuld putdlo i-xiiiiiliintluu ul
le.ieheri. uu Ihu ll S.iturduy uf every tnulilh. .it
Iho I'uurl huiiiuiii Truy, nnd unnhusu il.ivn uiilv.
Te.uliuij wllljdeuu U.-ii' this in mind.
W H. l,;Nflt.MITUW.r'H(.-riildiuSLh,,uli,
jl5li','J ,lfti.ula euuly, ILu
CA1C13 & UOOKllS' COLUMN.
ii.Vi3ii.Vi 101 v
r)i:FOUK I'llllCIIASI.Vd CALL AT oYi'll
HIIOl' AT TIIK TAN VAltli IN TKOY
nun i,Aiit;i: siiick !
Open-face work iln.,
I tolly Strops.
Hair Saddle Oirtlis,
Leather Saddle (iirtlis,
Web Saddle (Jirtha,
Men s Saddles.
l'low Gear, &o.
lloyo and jirls'
Hoots and Shoos
of Kvcry Stylo,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch
Hides and Tallow.
BOOT AND SHOE
Wo manufaetUuo bur Dnols and Mliocs
Saddlu-i, llarncsa mid Cnllam out of
leather of our own J aiinin, and aro
tho only porsmis in Troy who muuufau
turo out of Leather umdo at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
s.TVft'ia iSiwiKu y anvi)
Change of TiMe.
HKItHAFTtUl my Hack, cmrylns tho Mah
l'fom Troy lo WrtttKVillc
Vtlll Icavo Trfj at 7 o'clock initio 'tnurnlup;, mak
lng connection with both tlm Caster- and West
ern bound Irnln'K, My hacks and learns aro kept
in gnud order, and careful drivers in an hp; n I hem,
n.1m.1 .lA'COIt IIAIIT.M AN.
csjii'ct fOVemnlii in TVfty, a'u'il
keep at nil titnti a Large ami
Complete Stock r
I WAItltANT my jcWelry.to
lie ultat I rcprcirnt lt If Colli,
I tell my cutonirrN mi; If I'latrit
I tell tlicni. Jewelry mado ur
puirliasid tu order. I kcc the
very bent American Wntclic. nd
Clocks fur sale.
Watcher,, Cioc&& and Jew
elry Jlcpaired, and all
have fast open'cd (fat tt tfEW
AN)) COMPLETE STOCK of
(roods in the brick building of Mess.
Wool folk cC- Crews, adjoining Mr.
Withrow's saddle, and harness store
and will keep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OP
The Scaton being thorl J have tietcrmineii
to iti:in i:
ON ALL (lOODS.
fiif As I reallied conilderahlo loss by tho
hurning of my home, store and flock, I earnestly
call upon all persons who ono mo to fettle. I
nc-il tho money.
Tr6y, Mo., Not. 39, lgfli
JAS. E. EDDENS,
AGENT AT NEW HOPE Fdft
C Anltmaati & Co.'s
" SweepstakeS "
fFUm nilv OnntiinA
C. Anltmnn & Cos
Root & Flatt,
6U XsDtalit MOi
TWO STYLES of HORSE POWERS,
riolh El(ht nd Ten II out.
The Improved "Carr" Power.
The Gomponautins Pbver, either
"Mounted" br "Down."
A commendable ambition eiUli among Ttireihcrt
'Su own (he belt Machine In the nciehborhotHl,''
Nothing ! mote dliigirrable to Ihcm than lu nere
firmer! complain that Ihelrwork It uot properl) done,
or to loie valuable lime by reaion of breakage, tiid
ttiey cannot be too caictul In iclccting a Machine,
, Tho Swoenataliea U the accredited
head of the 1 hrrihing Machine lamllv, ana lis
eUrtKlUR STKfcStiTMi Uaiabililjr, tmplictlT, caie
or dialt,ltyle of linith, ant capacity tor thrcihinie anl
tleaning gialn Tit Tor mulct, faiter and bcller Ihin anr
ether, arc acknowledged,
Tho groat ropnlntlon achieved by
thin fevurite Mactiu.e hal led letcral untciur-iiluuc
manufacturcia rnd numereul apcnla to attach the name
cf "SWttfSTAKtS" Iniomewajr of other tolhci.
machlnee and adverliicmcnli, to inlitcad and deceitet
To avoid deception aee lliat evciy itacriln hat llic
cud "C. Aultmaa ti Co., Manufaclilrcn, Canton.
Ohio.," In gilt lettcrf, coniplcuuuily en both eidca ul
The Oonnl-ie Sweepatnhea onnblen
the threadier to pick hli luiu.infii, teldom ai.ipa
toi rcpaiia.Taata ranch longer thin olken, easel much
grumbling and vexation, doel Ihe aame amount ol
work with tela labor, and enablcl him lo lelcct the bait
and molt profitable Jobi.
Tko farmer give, it tno preference,
and ollen an eatia puce per buihcl, bevauie It Ihicihes
clean flom the headi, icpaiatea pcileclly , from Ihe iliaw,
cleani for maiket, without wane, lasci all tht kialu,
doel ill woik wllh Ihe utmost ipecdi aalrtr, and econo
my, aud doei uot keep a gatig id men and leami about
it on, cxpchie, ,
the Ulrganl " Patent Plsot Hit Gear," la lo be
found only on the " bwccpitakel."
The "Patent Cloaniui; Appuratua''
enablei the operator tu contiol the itiiciiion ol trat
blail, and poiltioi, ot Hit fioet, and clcana cither
heave, or light grain, without wane, m Inl at It ran
bt thicihed-the chaif an I dill, being itpaialed fiuns
the g'aln arnruHU IT stkikls mu sin en at All.
Safety ConpllUK fl'' Tumbling Rndl, which
lave money, time aii.l Jangcr lu man and bcait, aic
uroiihcd on all our machine!.
A Written Warro: dcli.eied .ue
The "Swoopttnlccai" I' "'r '"r ""i
uncle aftrMiarvesi, anj paruca ihould imtmk kai.L,
ieparaton, Hone I'owen, Jlraw taikeli, Cean os
lacki, aolj lepaiate when oealied.
, Call or lend and get a Pamphlet Circular, giing a
full deicilptlora aud yailKulan, Ixctlher with piuca
YOUR HUS1NKSS IN TIIK llllltAj
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