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LOCAL AND COUNTY.
For Amounting Candidate! for Cnuiry OJficxr; $5;
For Tovmhip Officer; $2.50
Wo tiro nuthortied to nntiounco Colonel E. H.
HULL of Union township nt a eandldato fur
Hcpresontntlvo of Lincoln county In tlio next
(lencral Assembly, lubject to tbo approval of tlio
Deuiocrntlo Primary Klcctlon or Convention, ns
tbo contrnl comuilttco may ordor. J
Wo nro authorised to announco JOHN 1.
WEIill of Hurricane township a n eandldato to
lleprcaont Lincoln county in tlio next Cloncral
Assembly of tlio State, subject to tho nomination
of tbo Democratic party.
County Court Justice.
Wo nro authorised to nnnounco 0. N. COF
IEY of Waverly townehip a eandldato for County
Court Juatico, subject to tho nomination of tho
Democratic party of Mncoln county.
Wo nro authorized to nnnounco JAMES K.
CANNON of lJcdtord township ns n cadldato for
Collector of Lincoln county, tubject to tho rati
fication of tho Democratic Primary Kloction or
County Convention, ns tho central committee
To the Volcri of Lincoln County .- I announce
myself ns n candidate for tho Collectershlp of
Lincoln county, tukjeot to tho notion of the
Democratic Convention or l'rimary Hioctlon, ana
reriicctlully solicit your suffrage.
OEO. F. SWEENEY,
Wn nro nuthorliod to announco Dr. J. W,
WELCH at a candidate for Collector of Lincoln
county, subjoct to the nomination of tho Demo
Wo are authorliod to announco W. W. SHAW
of Waver I v townshlons a candidate for Collector
of Lincoln county, subject to tho nomination of
tho Domocrntlo party.
Wo nro authorized to nnnounco THOMAS M
CARTER of Clark township ns a eandldato for
fihrtKT of Lincoln county, sutdect to tlio ratiO
t'.ilioti nf tho Democratic l'rimary Election or
Comity Convention, whichever li recommended
by tlio Democratic Central Committee of tho
Wo nro authorised to announco W. A. WOOD
BON of Monroo township ns a caddldato for
Sheriff of Lincoln county, subject to tho action
of tho Democratic l'rimary blcctlon or Conven
tion, whichever may bo agreed upon by tho con'
We nro authorized to announco JNO. McDON
AL1 ni lledlord township an a candidate for
Treasurer of Lincoln county, subject to tho ratifi
cation of tho Democratic l'rimary Election or
County Convention, as tho Democratic Central
Committee ot tbo county may oruor.
Wo nro authorized to announco WM. FHA
ZIKRnen candidate for Prosecuting Attorney
of Lincojn county, subject to tho nomination of
tlio Democratic party.
Wo nro authorized to announco T1. W. WHEE
LER of Hurricane township as a candidate for
l'rosccutitig Attornoy of Lincoln county, subject
to tho nomination of tho Domocr.itio party. "
We nro nuthnrlzod to announco W. C. McFAR
LAND ns a eandidnto for Prosecuting Attorney
of Lincoln county, subject to tho nomination of
tlio Democratic party.
Wo arc authorised to announco A. W. VANCE
of lluriieatiu township as candidate for As.ossor
of Lincoln county, subject to tho nomination of
tho Democratic party.
Wn am authorized to nnnounco JAMES A
1IKOWN nf Clark township ni n eandidnto for
Assessor ot jjincoin county, sunjoci to me nura
illation of tho Demncratlo party.
Wo nro authorised to announce ELIJAH MY
KHS of llurricune township a cnndldntu for re
vleellon as Assessor of Lincoln county, subject
to tlio nc minution of tho Democratic party.
Wo nro authorised to announco JOHN M.
ELLIS of Bedford township a candidate for
Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the nom
ination of tho Democratic party.
For Public Administrator.
h'ditor Herald: Sir l'leaso announco in your
paper that I am n candidate for l'ubllc Adminis
trator of Lincoln county, subject to tho action
of the Democratic Primary Election or Conven
tion, us tho central committee of the county may
order. JOSIAH CREECH.
Fur Superintendent of Public Schools.
Wo nro authorized to nnnounco W. S. PEN
NINGTON of Prnlrio township ns a eandldato
lor Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln
ciuuty, subject to tho nomination of tho Demo
Wo nro nuthnrircd to announco HORACE
KOSt; of Monroo township n candidate for Su
perintendent of Public Spools, subject to tho
nomination of tho Dimocrntio party of Lincoln
We nro nnthoriied to announco JOHN WIL
SON el liodfurd township a eandldato for Su
perintendent of Publio Schools, subjcot to tno
nomination of tho Democratic party of Lineoln
A nice flag stone pavement it being
pat down Is front of Messrs Cramp &
There will be a pio d i at Mt. Vernon,
NineTch towoiliip, on the 23d day of
August. Everybody is invited. Count
candidatos will ba tbara.
Tbo naw Planter's Uause of J. F.
Brown is slowly approaching completion.
It is now being used, but tbe painting
and some othor small matters are net jet
finished. It Is a handsome building.
Judges Buokner and King addressed
tho mass meeting at this place Monday,
and a majority ef these present came out
on the Bid of Buokner. Wo think he'll
be our next Congressman.
New Liveey Stable. Mr. Jaoob
Hartman, oar accommodating mail con
tractor, hat rented the briok livery build
ing on Main street, and is preparing to
open this stable for tbe acooaamodation
of tho publio.
The board of directors of Sohool die-
triet No 1, Lineoln oounty, want to seeure
the eervieet of a teacher who can teach
both English and German, to whom good
wages will be baid, Address Henry
Duwell, Truxton, Lincol oounty, Mo.
Vfta. L. Oatewoed, Esq., ef Mont
goatery county, candidate for atate tea,
tor, addressed the people at thu place
let Monday. We are sorry eir weeting
m proper net to iosimot the tectorial
doiegalo for Mm, for be stands among
tne feast Democrats in tbo district ; hut
onr delegates art left nainstTuetei it
'bat particular, they will doubtless fir
kirn their support ia tfc eanventiw, V
taay to lap to tliia matter tauro fully h
The pio nica at Falmouth last Thurs
day and at ltobinion's Mill Saturday,
were well attendid, and passed elf quite
pleasantly; Most of the candidates had
something to say to tho peopU, whioh
tney said briefly. Musio, dancing and
eating were the order of the day. At
these gatherings our oiticsns show a
spirit of generous hospitality that speaks
well for theso.
Bar. Father Ryan will be at Millwood
next Thursday, the annircrsay of the As
sumption ef the Virgin Mary, at which
time the right of confirmation will be
ndmiaWterod by tho Bishop of the Dio
cese. Father llyan is one ef the most
eminent clergy of the Catholia ehurch,
and it will be a treat to all who may go
to hear htm. We learn that he will
delirer a sermon at the court house in
Troy en Friday,
The Dolly Varden nanla seims to be
going up, judging Irora the appearance
ef tbe sky last Thursday night about 10
o'oleck. It is hardly admissable though
to use snoh a comparison in referrieg to
the gloriously beautiful aurori berealis
bich appeared that evening. The
heavens were illuminated by a broad rny
ef deep pink light, which, after a abort
interval, was striped with bands of white
light. In the eonter was a dark space,
which from its proximity to the lighter
objects, appeared almost black, set in tbe
center with a single twinkling star. Ta-
kon together it was oae of the most
glerioua auroras that has appeared for
In response to the eatla that have ap
peared beth in the Dispatch and Herald
for Henry T. Mudd to become a candid-
didate for tho office et County Justice,
and to the very numerous private inqui
ries that have been made of ui, as to
whether Mr. Mudd would cement to have
his name used in that connsctien, wo feel
authorized to say that he deee net aspire
te any office, and were be to consult his
own inclinations and his business, inter-
eats, hu would dsclino any office within
tho gift of the people of Lineoln oounty ;
but should the people esc proper to elect
him, he will not refuse to perform the
duties of the office, Troy Dispatch.
Look for the Kallroatl.
Chantilly, Aug 9.
Editor Ilcrald: The railroad on tho
bottom between Old Monroe and Clarke
ville is at this time nicely under head
way. I was on the werka yesterday near
tbe old Liek spring, where I found about
thirty simpers with several plows and
many hands and horses, also axmen fell
ing timber and clearing off tho way.
There are several miles at this time
fast hastening completion, and many hun
dred feet awaiting inspection. You will
see at onco that from this start of only
7 slays but a short time will be required
to grade the entire line.
Tbe contractor, Mr. McIIenry, in
formed me that they wero bound to oosm
plete the grading by November.
Cornfields and orchards are not the
least in the way. Large apple trees
that have held undisputed sway forages
must new yield their birth plaoo as a bed
for the iron horse; and Blaokhawk's
biding plaoo bscomes a watering stand
for the transportation train, while many
of tho swamps which hare never been
tillable will be drained and beoome dry
Hoping to write again, I am
b. f. n.
The time for oounty assessment has
arrived. The duties of the assessor
under the new law are onerous, and all
property holders should do all they can te
aid him in making a full and fair assess
ment. You will do well to read tbe
following extraot from tbe law :
Seo. 29. If any perron required by
tbieactto list property ehall be sick or
absent when the assessor calls for a list
ef his property, the assessor ehall leave
at tba otnee, tbe usual place of residenee
or business of saoh pereoa, a written or
printed notice, reqairing each person to
make out and leave at tbe place named
by said assssser, on or belore some eon
venient day aamed therein, not less than
ten daye nor mora than twenty daye from
the data of such notice, a sworn state
ment of the property which is required
to list, aad shall leave with such notice a
printed or written blank far tbe state
ment required of such persen. The
data of leaving euoh notice and tbe name
or tbe person required to list tbe prop
arty shall be carefully noted by tho ae
aesser; and if any suoh person shall neg
lector refuse to deliver the etatement,
reperly made out, signed and sworn te as
required, tbe assessor shall make tbe as
sessment ns required by thie act; Pro
vided, that the assessor may omit essass-
tog tbo pennalty in case of neglect,
where be ts satisned tba eaise it unatoid
fala and not willful.
Seo. 33. If any perse being actio. J,
as aforesaid, shall fall to deliver tbo ns
quired list ta tbe assessor, tba property
whioh ought to bat been listed anall be
assessed at double it valve ; and if tbe
assessor shall neglect 4t refuse e te it),
he ehall be Itabte, ife each eaee, to s pet
tlty of Ifty wollaro, to bo receverad at
tho it of the) eovkty, and t ba pi&
into that catjr school fan.
Hon. J. . JUvck h& r?s&eu!M$ Sen
Report of Hie County Central Com
Tiioy, Mo August 12, 1872,
Committee met in pursuance to notice
published nt the request of W. W. Shaw,
On motion of Mr. Richard Wellr,
Richard Womoaack wae unenimously
chosen chairman to 111 the vaoanoy caused
by tho resignation f W. W. Shaw. 3. C.
lilmore and S. 11. oolfolk ware ehosen
ta fill the raeaneios caused by the resigna
tion of 'V. W. Shaw, of Waterly, and
John MoDonald, of Bedford Townships.
On motion of L. T. Drydsn, the fol
lowing resolutions were adopted, to wit :
Whereas, it is a matter of great im
portance thatjthe free and untrammelled
wishes end preferences of the Democrat! o
and Liberal votera of Lincoln county,
.Mo , ebould be ascertained ns to the va
rious applicants for office in said county
belenging to eaid party or co-operating
with aaid party, and whereas it ia the
opinion of the Democratio Exeoutive 'county to tbe State Convention et Jeffer
committoo of said eoaaty that eaid wisbee1 son City be and they are hereby in
and preferences can be better ascertained structed to vote for and use all honorable
through tbe medium of a l'rimary Imco-
tion than in any other manner, There-
fore be it (
lisolvcd, let, That a primary election
be held in said county on the first Satur- ,
day of September, 1872, at the follow-
itig preeinote te wit:
Now Hope, Drydensville, Falmouth, I
Robinson's, Mill and Smith's School
House, Hurricane township; Auburn,
Union township ; Louisville, Waverly
township; Millwood, Millwood town
ship ; Nineveh, Nineveh township ;
Truxton and Kennedy's Store, I'rairie
township ; Trey and Old Aloxandria,
Itedford townehip; Chnntilly, Chain of
Rocks end Cap-au gris, Metiroe town-
shin ; Post Oak, IJeilderaati ri otoro, and
Olive Branch Sohool House, Clark
2d. That all legal voters, members of
the Demecralic party, or those proposing
to co-operate with said party, and who
will in good faith nbide by the result ef
saiil election, and support such ennui-
dates as may receive the majority of votes
east at said election at the regular elec
tion in November, 1872, shall be per
mitted to vote at said primary election,
at any of the above named precincts.
That the qualified voters so as-
eembledat the said precincts on eaid first
Saturday in September, 1872, shall selcot
two discreet voters, rssidente of the town-
ship, who shall act as Judgee of said
election, and who shall appoint sue or ,
more clerks to assist at said election. 1
4tb. That said election snail oe neia
by ballot; thattiokete eball be prepared
at the expense of the various candidatss
jor me various omoes as lunuws, to wn ;
hot Ueprcsentative ; lor Uolleetor;
tor bheriu; tor ireasureri ier county
Attorney; far School Commissioner;
for Justice of County Court; for As
sessor ; for Publio Administrator ; for
Oth. That the said Judgee slsall, at
the hour of 0 o'clock, p. m. on said day,
declare said polls closed, and proceed to
cast up tbo votes received, and for whom
i i . . r . i t
c;i6r, anu tuiito oui a ceritucate uinreoi,
sinned br said Judcee and Clerk or
7th. That said Judges, or one of them,
shall bring said certificate with said bal
lots to tho Court House in Troy, Mo,, on
the Mondav fellewinc, to-wit: on Mon
day, the vth day of September, 1872.
That said Judtes so assembled ia
... . . . ...
Troy on said day shall cast up all the
returns from ell thesaid various precincts,
and shall dcclara such narioni aa shall
havo received the greatest aumbsrof votes
the candidate of the offiee voted for; and
in case of a tio, said Judges shall them
selves cast the deciding vote.
On motion of Andrew Downing, tbo
- - i
following resolution was adopted, to-wit
Resolved, That the Troy Dispatch and
Lineoln County Herald be requested to
publish the above proceedings of the
eaid Linoeln County Democratio Com-
R. WOMMACK Ch'mn.
8. R. Woolfolk, Clerk.
The Democratic Mass Meeting-,
At a Mass Meeting of the Democracy
of Lincoln county, Mo., held at the Court
Houso in the town of Troy, on Monday,
, . , 10n . i ,
i)ivil 1M lx7y in miHIitniti f a nail
-i ' -
nnrla hv .Tuilcta V. W Shw ilhairman
. , ' n , ti li
of the Detnecratlo Lxecuttva Committee,
,,:- nf fl.n T) MarnvafttW
on motion of ueo. u. Mcrriweatber,
Richard Wommack wag Chosen as Uhair-
. . i i-
man oi earn meeting, aau on motion oi
It. IT 'rln Fl V. Ttnnfili wn rhmnn
. , . , , . ..
ua vjir ui ..ui. vu uiuw-u vu ..nun-
ing resolutions were adopted, to-wit:
Resolved. That tb chair appoint a
cammitUa ommtiDK of two manbars
from each township to report a list or
delegates to the State Democratio Con-
vention to be held at Jeffersoa City, te
., r, i n .i . l. i j
the Congressional Convention to be held
et Mexioo, and also to the Senatorial
nainit on to bs ha d nt Mnntcomarv
Tbo ehair thereupon appointed the
following gentlemen as said Committee, I
to-wit : I
A. M. Tbonue, Wm: H. Priest; Hur-
rioaae township ; Chas. W. Martin,
iiuraiou ihiiui, vo su-iu.uip ,
John Moaely, J. G. MoKee, Prairi
tewnship; Wm. Miller, W. H. Martin,
Clark tewnship ; Wright Nichols, W. V.
Elder, Millwood township ; Jcbs Stono,
Boone Thomas, Waverly township ; J. F.
Wilsa, K, N. BbQIo, Bedford twwn.
ehip ; 0. 8. Merviwcathor, A, F. Down-
X Union tavmhiB.
aaia '''VT f ll
after eonsisltatlt reprtd tbo rellowiOf;
Mat or aeicfaica 10 mo sevwrai eowvtn
tions to it :
VO BVATE CONVENTION.
Col. E. II. Hull, R. II. Nertea, ffijfi,
f..aJ Copt Richard Wonisaeeb,
TO T1IK roNllllKSSIONAL CONVSNIfMilf,
ucti. II). Mepriwcatheo, lUnion iv
sWt ! 't- . oiVmfO, ftr., Waiciu vjwk
ship; Owen Robinson, Millwood town
ship: W. W. Shaw, Wavorly township;
J. M. Wilson, Clarke township ; U. U.
Wilson, Hurriosne township ; James
Wells, Monroe township ; S. R. 'Wool
folk, Bedford township.
TO SENATORIAL CONVENTION. ,
Dr. 0. B. Fauleener, I'rairie township ;
Ed. O'llnnlon, Millwood, township ; L.
O. Tuoker, Union townehip ; J. C. El
more, Wavorly townehip ; 0. T. Dnnn,
Hurricane township; J. J. Alexander,
Monroe township; J. F. Wilson, Bed
ford township; J. II. Britton, Clark
township, with power to appoint proxies.
On motion tho report of the committee
wss unanimously adopted, and eald gen
tlemen appointed to represent the De
mocracy of this county at the said several
Oa motion Thomas R. Rcid, Esq., of
Hurricane township, was added to tbe
On motion of James M, McLsllan, Esq ,
the following resolution was unanimously
adopted with great anthusiara, to wit:
Resolved, That tbe delegatea Iroin this
mesne to secure tho nomination of our
honored and trusted fellow citizen, Col,
Thomas 0. Hutt, for tho office or Sao-
eotary of State,
On motion of A. V. MoKee, Esq., the
followingreaolutien was also unanimously
Resolved, That our delegate to the
State Convention be itistrueted to cast
tbe vote of Lincoln county in said Con
venlion for Edward A. Lewis, Esq., of
St. Uliarlee county, lor one ol Ilia Judges
of the Supreme Court of the State of
On motion of Thomas R. Reid, Esq., a
a vote of instruction was takan for tbo
Congressional delegates as to the choice
of the Detooctaov of the county for I on
jrresn, by the large audience retiring to
the courtyard and dividing, resulting in
the choice of Judee A. II. Buokner of
St. Charles. Tbe meeting thereupon
'returned to the court room, and there
being no further business, adjourned,
RICIl'D WOMMACK, Chm.
E. N. Bonhlb, Clerk.
The demand for Telegraph Operators
is constantly being increased by the num-
ber of new railroad and teleuraph lines
which arc being opened up in tbe West
and South, thus making Telegraphy eno
0f tbe meet profitable as well as most
i,Uasant employments in the country.
To young persons of either sex we offer
superieradvantaces ta learn this srt, as we
have a short line expressly tor lsarning,
also the benefit of praetice on one of tbe
principle lines in the country. We shall
i f. r
enaeavor to procure situations ier our
pupils as soon as competent. Terms bill
par month in advance
P & A Telegraph office, Troy, Mo.
W. S. Cooper has a largo supply of
Arbuckle e browned tottee, tbe beat in
uso, and will keep a full supply alwaya
on hand, besides everything olse in the
. - i i it :.. :.
nouou uuu ktuucij nun, uu ib rcvomug
fresh supplies every woek. Call at the
Novelty" and be posted before buying
Thoso having notee and accounts of
one standing due Cake & Rogers, are
requested to call and mafco early settle
. . , .i ;,, r. . J .1
Othorwiso they will find them in
the hands or an omcer for collection,
CAKE & ROGERS.
July 10, 1872.
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate.
WHJ5KFA? 3,ohn. D.-J'1"1" an.J f'll,S"
A . 1 3 r.'T" . J
of Lincoln county, itnte or Missouri, In book
No. 2 at page 80, conveyed to tho undersigned
Trusicos ino louowinp described tract oi iana
IvtnR and koine situate in said county of Llncol
In said stale of Missouri, to-wit: . 199.45 acros,
I being lot No. 1 of aurvey No, 1737 agrceablo to
a subdivision of sai.l survey, oa made by John
u. Whltleugc, surveyor) tno plot or sam snnut
tho town ot Troy, in Lincoln oounty, Missouri
vision being on record in tho Iteconlor a omeo I
known a the Lick Farm, In townships 51 and ti
of ranges 1 and 2 cast, which said conveyanco
. " . . '.. . . J
wns in trust to secure tno payment ot tour pro
mlssory notes therein describod, mado liayabli
on. two, thrco and four years from date, and
whereas by the tonus of said trust deod If tho
note llrst duo was not paid and tho Intorcst on
lU othtn whcn (he flrfi bocamo duo nnJ
lie, then all or said notes and interest should be
due and navablo. and whoroas said Orst note has
Lcc()in0 a-uo- ol, th6 lnlcrc,t on tho entiro
notes, according to tho stipulation of tho trust,
remain unpaid, now, thorcfore, nt the loquest of
ta0 legal noiuor of said notes, ana in accoraanoo
wlt,h lr'0!',lo ot '"' ,ho
' iimlavalrvnAfl Ttiiatfina will, nn
o.....j.- .i.- n,u iqto
and 4 o'olock in tho afternoon of that day at the
court house door In tbo town of Troy In lbs
.W 0 .Lincoln, state or Missouri, proceed to
soli tho abovo describod property at publio ven-
auo . lhil Mrx..,t u,,,,J fo; c..'h , !..ilf, ,au
deed of trust, together with costs and expenses
0' executing tuts trust. A, V, JioKur.,
MOTIOG Is hereby givon lhat letters of admin
1' IstratUn wero granted to tho underslxnei
on tho estate of Wllllami S, Cochran, deceased
county, Mo , on tho IHth day or Juno, 1872.
All persona having olnlms against sale estato
aro required to exhibit thorn to tho adtnlnlstrntri
for allowaneo within ono year from the dato '.
waneo within ono year from the dato of
said letters, or they may be precluded from npy
benefit of said estate, and if not exhibited withl
two years from tho dato of said letters thoy wltl
no lorevor uured.
Jftlie JtAKV DELL COCUKOX, AJm'x.
i AeJminwIfmlAr'e lof Ittc.
(HTOIIOE it hereby given that letter, of a,mln.
ilf ,tratlon woro g'antod to tho underslgnoj
on the co-Tiai.nerihin estate of Qulalev Ic Don
tls, oa tbo 10th day of July, 1872, by tho Clork
of the Vrobato oui of Lincoln county, Mo.
All persons VlavlnjV claldis agalrlsl said estato
tw rcqnireoto eitliililt tuoin It tno adialuistratui
0 alluvanco nithln,o(io yen? Woni tho flnto o
sain lottors, ou-hov U'jiy lioiiroeluUod fioni any
'jenclK ot suld estato t nmV if not wthlhltoil
ollhlv tvo yiw from tho Alto f saMJolters,
tiny v I H iia s'otv-vr ili;i Pn4. .
Un:U t-AVri T V U1V. Adm'r
CAKE & ROGERS' COLUMN.
BEFORE PUncHASINO CALL AT OUR
SHOr AT THE TAN YARD IN TUOY
OUH r.AIlGI2 HIOCK OV
Carriago Harness, 1
Open-face work do,,
- Riding do
Hair Saddlo Girths,
Leather Saddle Girths,
Web Saddle Girths,
Men a Saddles,
Plow Gear, &o.
Boys' and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Every Stylo,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
Hides and Tallow.
SOOT AND SHOE
We manufaotneo onr Boots and Shoes,
Saddles, Harness and Collars out of
Leather of our own Tanning, and are
tho only persons in Troy who manufac
ture out of Leather mado at our yard.
Goods an prices warranted to
'Mwrrioo .suaooit y hmvb
TUB FIRST TERM Of THE BKVKNTII
Session of this Institution Wltl coinmonco
Oa Moaday, September 2, 1872
Ob Friday, January 17, 1873s
If You Seek a Good School
for yonr Son or Dmghtor, whoro they will bo
oared for both In school and family, thoroughly
taught, and stiaaouaoas ar utrrr nt) iiultm
ryu larLDxvcRs, sond them to
S9 Send for Circular.
1, It. OAI'F, A. M., Prea't,
July 81. 1872. 3m
Change of Time.
HEtlEAFTER my HacV, carrying tho Mall
From Troy to Wcntzvillc
will teavo Troy at 7 o'clock In the morning, mak
ing connection with both tho Eastern and West
ern bound trains. My hacks and teams aro kept
In (rood order, and careful drivers manage them.
n2.1m3 JACOB IIARTMAN.
I expect to remain In Troy, and
keep at all times a Large and
Complete Slock of
I WAIIHANT my Jewelry to
be what I represent lt If (Jolil,
1 tell my customers so ; If Plated
I tell them. Jewelry made or
purchased to order. I keep the
very heat American Watchca and
Clocks fur sale.
Watches, Clods and Jew
elry Repaired, and all
I have just opened out a NEW
AND COMPLETE STOCK of
Goods in the brick building of Mess.
Woolfolk & Crews, adjoining Mr.
Withrow's saddle and harness store,
and will keep on hand
COMPLETE 6T0CE OF
Tht Season being short I haw determined
01T ALL GOODS.
As I realised considerable loss by tho
burning of my home, store and stock, I earnestly
call upon all porsons who owe me to settle, I
noed tho money.
Troy, Mo., Not. SO, 1871.
Order or Publication on Note.
State of Mlssootl, I In Lineoln County Clr
County of Lincoln, cult Court, Mo., March
John S. Tutilo and Mar- I March 28th, 1872,
shall L. Kalum, PIQY vs. I
William Morris, Deft. I
NOW here como the plaintiffs herein, by attor
ney, and It appoaring to the Court that Wil
liam Morris, defendont, Is a non resident of this
state, and that the ordinary proeoss ol law can
not bo served upon htm, It Is thereforo ordered
by the court that' publication be mad notifying
the said defendant that an aetion hai been oom
meneedagalnstbim by attachment, the objectand
and general naturo of whleh to obtain judgment
on a note exeouted by defendant to plaintiffs for
tho sum of Two Hundred Dollars, dated Septem
tember 29, 187 1, and that his property baa been
attached to satisfy said debt) and unless you,
tho said non resident defendant, bo and appoar
at the next term' of this court, to be holdon at
tbo court honse In the town of Troy, lu aforesaid
county and atate, on tho fifth Monday of Sep
tember next, 1872, and on orbeforo the third day
of said term, answer or plead to plaintiffs' peti
tion, the same will be taken as confessed anr
judgment rendered accordingly. It Is further
ordered by tho court that a copy horeof be pub
lished In tho Lincoln County Herald, a newspa
per printed and published In this state, as by
law required and contlnuod.
Attest i WM. COLBERT, Clerk.
Btato of Missouri, I
County of Lincoln, " I, William Colbert,
Clerk of the circuit court of said county and
state, certify that tho abovo and
6EAL i foregoing is a correct copy of tho orig-
Inal order in said cause, as tho sarro
remains of record in my said office.
ju!31n31 WM. C0L11EKT, Clerk.
BtierlfT's Sale of School Lauds
BY VIRTUE and authority ol an order of
salo Issuod from the office of tho Clerk of tho
county court of Lincoln county, Mo , date July
lOtb, A. D., 1872, i will, on
Tuesday, October 1, A. 1). 1872,
between tho hours of 0 o'olock In tho forraoon
and flvo o'olock in tho afternoon of thai day, at
tho court' house door in tho town of Troy, Mo.,
during tho sitting of tho circuit court of Lineoln
county, Mo., sell at publio vendue tn tbe hlghod
bidder on a credit of 12 months, purcbaseglviug
bond with security to bear ten per cent, per au
num interest from day of sale, and a school
mortgage on tho land purchased, the following
described school lands, to wit i 80 ares( tho enst
hall of tho southeast quarter of see IS, township
SO, range 1 west, avl 40 n:rcs, the muthenst ir
of tho northeast quarter f section 10, township
JO, rnnco 1 west,
JulyWwt) 1'. WINO, Sheriff