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LOCAL AND COUNTY.
i'ur Annoimting Ihmtutatu for Comity Offitrrt, t'j I
'or Tumithip Offlttn, $2.60
Wo (ire authorised to announco Colonel U. II.
HULL of Union township hi a candidato for
Representative of Lincoln county In tha next
ticncral Assembly , subject to the approval of the
Democrallo Primary Election.
We are authorised to announco JOHN 1'.
WKBII of Hurricano township ns a camliilato to
Ueprccnt Lincoln bounty In tho next (lenural
Assembly of the State, subject to tho nomination
of tho Democratic party.
County Court Justice
We are authorised to announce 0. N. COP
iTKY of Wavcrly township a candidato for County
Court Justlco, subject to tho nomination of tho
Democratic party of Lincoln county.
To the Voter of J.iicoln county: At tho rcquost
of many Mends I announco mytolf as a candid
. ate for the oXco uf Justice of the County Court
-of Llnco n county, Mo.
HENRY II. JONES.
Tho name or HENRY T. MUOD will bo be-
Iforo the Primary election for nomination for Jus
'ticevf 'the County Court.
We aro authorised to announco JAMES K.
'CANNON of llcdturd township ns a cadidate for
Collector of Lincoln county, sulrjeet to tho rati
fication of the Democratic Primary Eloctlon.
To the Vvlen of Lincoln County,' I announco
inyavlf as a candldnto for tho Collcctorghip of
Lincoln county, subject to tho action of the
Democratic Primary Election, and respectfully
solicit your suffrage. OKI). V. SWEENEY,
Wo aro authorised to announco Dr. J. W.
WELCH as a candidate for Collector uf Lincoln
county, subject to tho nomination of tho Demo
We aro authorised to announco W. W. SHAW
of Waverly township as a candidate for Collector
of Lincoln county, subject to the nomination of
tho Democratic party.
Wo aro authorised to announco THOMAS M.
CAHTEH of Clark township as a candidate for
tilioilff of Lincoln county, subject to the ratifi
cation of tho Democratic Primary Election.
Wo aro authorised to announco W. A. WOOD
SON of Monroe township us a caddidato for
Sheriff of Lincoln county, subject to tho action
of tho Democratic Primary Election.
WM. COOSE Is a candidate for Sheriff, subject
to tbo noinlnution of tho Democratic party at tho
Wcaro authorized to announco JNO. McDON
ALI) of lied lord township us a candidate for
Treasurer of Lincoln county, subject to tho ratifi
cation of the Democratic Primary Election.
We aro nuthorized to announco WM. FRA
ZIER as a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney
of Lincoln county, subject to the nomination of
the Democratic party.
We are authorliod to announco It. W. W1I EE
I.Kit of Hurricane township as a candidate for
Prosecuting Attorney of Lincoln county, subject
to the nomination of tho Democratic party.
Wo n ro nuthnrited to announce W. C. McFAR
LAND ns n candidate for Prosecuting Attorney
f Lincoln county, subject to tho nomination of
tho Democratic party.
Wo aro authorised lo announce A. W. VANCE
of Hurt ienno township as a candidate for Assessor
i f Lincoln county, ruljoct to tho nomination of
tho licmncrittii party. "
Wo aro authori7cd to announco JAMES A.
I1H0WN of Clark township ns a candidate for
Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to tho nom
ination of the Democratic party.
Wo aro authorised to announce ELIJAH MY
ERS of Hurricane township a eaudldatu fur ro.
election as Assessor of Lincoln eounty, subjoct
to tho in munition nl the Uemocrutlo party.
We nro authorized to announco JOHN M.
ELLIS of llodfiird township a candidate for
Assessor ot Lincoln county, suhjcel to tuo iinin
ination of the Democratic party.
For Public Administrator.
Editor IltralJ: Sir Pleaso announce in your
paper that I am a candidate for Public Adminis
trator of Lincoln county, subject to tho action
jf the Democratic miliary Miction.
For Superintendent of Public Schools.
Wo aro authorized to announco W. S. PEN-
NINtlTON of Prairio township as a candidate
tor Superintendent or Public Schools ol Lincoln
ciunty, eunjccr to me nomination oi mo vetno
Wo aro authorised to announco HORACE
ROSE of Monroe township a candidate for Su
pcrlntcndent of Public SeViols, subject to tho
nomination ol I no uemocratic party oi i.incoin
We are nuthnrtzod to announce JOHN WIL
SON ol Bedford township a candidato forSu
perlntcndcnt of Public Schools, subject to toe
nomination of tho Democratic party of Lincoln
The Investigating I'emmlUee,
In coniiqtience of tha charges that
have been mado against Mr. Cake, our
efficient County Clerk, the Court at it
last term made the following order ap
pointing ooramittes to investigate the
charges. The committee is an impartial
one, and will meet the ipproral of all
fair minded citizens :
Gray ohargei luring appeared in the
Troy Vupatch, a public newspaper pub
Hiked in this county, signed by John 11,
Knox, a citizen of Troy, seriously afieet
ine the honor and efficiency of this Court,
and implicating the Clerk of this Court
in gross irregularities and frauds : and
being the opinion of this Court, that such
enamei should not be permitted to re
mainJuniuTestigated in a thorough manner,
and that any fraud or corruption) it any
exist, should not go unexposed and un
punished ; and the Clerk of this Court
now appearing and demanding that a
thorough investigation be bad into eaoh
and all suoh charges so published as
Ordered, by the Court, that tho several
Clerks ol somo Court of record of tho
counties of St. Charles, Warren and Pike),
to-wit: John Iv. Moliearmon of ot.
Charles, Henry Parker ef Warren and
Henry Campbell of Pike, be and they are
hereby appointed a committee to invest
gate said charges, and make a written
teport of said investigation so (his Court ;
nd that said Clerks bo requested to meit
tn i roy, in tnis County, on Tutiaay, tbi
23th day of August, 1871, for the pur
cose of making said investigation.
Ordered that said Clerks tie setveA
with copy of this ordei
These having aotea and accounts f
ong standing due t'aio it tlogcru, are
requested to call nnd uiaso early settle
lient. Otherwise they will find them in
ne hauds ot au olncer lor collection.
ily 10, 187?.
In our announcement column will be
found tho names of twenty four gentle
men eeoking offico at tho hands of tho
voters of this eeunly.
tor Representative-Col. E. 1). Hull
and Mr. J. P. Webb. Tho first is well
known to our readers as a gentleman of
unimpeachable character and as n Colo
nel in tho Confederal army. Since tho
war he hat buriod all resentment, is ns
loyal aa tbo bint, and a supportor of the
Liberal national ticket, The other was
also n confederate soldier, but makes no
issue on that point, looking to tho frater
nisation of the wholo country. Ho is
not as woll known probably as the former,
but it one of our encrgotie, go a-head
citizens, who proposes to lay aside all
buncomb and make a working member if
For County 'Court Justices wo liavo
the names of Mr. 0. N. Coffee, a citizen
worthy of the offico and capablo. Also
Mr. H. H. Jones, who we belicvo pro
poses to run as an independent candidato,
tha only porson nnnounced in our papor
whoso namo will not go beforo tho pri
mary cloction. Heisa goodman, and will
probably carry considerable strength.
Uonry T, Sludd of Millwood, who has
been called upon by a large number, per
mits hit name to go betore the primary
eleotion. Ho is known as one of the best
business men of tho county, and is emi
nently capacitated for the office.
For Collector we have Gvo names an
nounccd. Jus. K. Cannon, our present
treasurer, who has made an excellent
official. Qualified and energetic, ho will
make a colloctor that will perform tho
duties imposed upon him-faithlully aud
to tho satisfaction of the people. Qco.
F. Sweeney, who has considerable experi
ence in this line, having been deputy col
lector under Mr. S. 11. Woolfork, solicits
your patronage. He is a young man of
integrity and good business qualifications.
Dr. J. W. Welch is a gentleman of abil
ity, who has several times been before tho
people in tho capacity of a candidate, and
onco represented this county in tho leg
islature; Ho is known cither personally
or by reputation to all our readers.
Judge W. W. Shaw, who has served the
people upon the county bench is also
beforo you for the offico of collector. He
is a gentleman whom everybody trusts,
and who stands as high in the estimation
of his friends as any citizen of the county.
The personal characters of theso gentle
men are unassailable, and they aro ccr
tainly a good lot to select from.
For Sheriff we have T. M. Carter and
W. A. Woodson. Col. Carter's history
is so well known that it is useless for us
to introduce bim to our readers. Pop
ular, sociublo and withal a perfect gen
tleman, ho has many warm friends all
over the county, and will doubtless ro-
ceivo a large support liom somo ol uis
warmest political opponents, n few of
whom aro already pledged to him, while
on tuo olber band lio lias many warm
friends who are giving him a hearty sup
port. Mr. Woodson, of the firm of
Woodson & Hirkhcad, Chain of-Itocks,
comes in Tor a share ol popular tuvor.
Ho is a young gentleman of fino deport
ment, affable and gentlemanly in all his
dealings, and energctio in his business
relations. Wm. Coose is also before the
people for tho office of sheriff. He is
well known to our citizens, and stands
high in the community. With his expe
rience he would certainly make a good
sheriff if elected.
For Treasurer wo havo that worthy,
upright and honorable gentleman, John
MoDonald. His sympathies have always
been with the oppressed political element
of our country, and agninst corruption.
We believe he is decidedly the strongest
oandidate for the position in the field,
and we know ho would make an excellent
treasurer, and take good caro of tho poo
Prosecuting Attorney Wm, Frazier,
tbo christian gentleman and lawyer, asks
your suffrage This is an important
office and you ought to select a good man
to fill it. Mr. Frazier would certainly
fill the bill. II. W. Wheeler, a young
attornoy of New Hope, it another candi
date for this office. He possesses forco
of character, integrity and energy. W. C
MoFarland, also a candidate for prosecu
ting attorney, has been but a short timo
anioig us, having removed from Cltrks-
villo to this place last spring, but is we
believe a native ef tho county. Of his
persona) record we koow but little, but
bo has always adhered to the principles
of Democracy. His Weal atteiouiiuta
doubtless fit him fot the office.
Assessor A. W. Vanee come first
ea the list, lis possesses the essential
qualtitt for this onerous office, cod stand
bigot iv the estimation of bis ciuaiit
ancoe. The nt, J. A. Mrown, way be
classed it the same category. Klijah
Mr, pur present efficient awtssor and
staunch Democrat, aski for a ro-eUottCB.
It is due this gostleeasa to wy tint we
havo ncrer bait an assessor who labored
harder to do hit duty or whe filled the
olliev better. J oil a M. Kit's, whu closes
the list of candidates for Uiii efhc, is ene
of out most energctio businost men tnd
book keeper, sociable, offablo and well
...i'n. i mi ii -.a!--
iiuuiiueu tu un wit, (iob.uuii.
Per Public Administrate we luto
... uuiuu ui i"iii uie.uu, -
torney of this place, formorly of Monroe
t 1. llf I !'.. 1 - it
lUWllBUip, O UUIItiYU VllUrU IS II U UUICT
namo boforo the primary election for this
offico, and Mr. Creech ..and. a fair show
to pit the nomination.
For Superintondont of Publlo Schools
we present tho names of Wst. S. Pen-
nington.the pretont incumbent, Horace
ivuso unu uonn tviison. uameen uieso
gontlemcn, like tho others, it will bo
T1 1 T t ltf!l I -. .1
somewhat difficult for tbo pcoplo to
, ,, ,, , 1 ' I
chooio. They are all teachen and men
of good standing, Either of them would
make a good superintendent. wm.
Moore is also a candidate for this offico,
although hts name is not announced in
the Herald. Like tho others he pos
sesses qualifications that fit him for the
office, being a young teacher with go a
headativenoss and ability.
These notices ire written with a pen
clear of prejudice or ptrsonal preference.
Tho gentlemen hero seeking office at
your hands are, without an exception, we '
believe, Democrats, and all except ono ,
have announced their intontion to abido
by tbo decision ol tbo Democratic pri
mary election, and being Democrats wo
donotftel ourself called upon to thow
partiality as a journalist to any; but
who of them is nominated will certainly
recoivo our sunnort.
fur Hie Gevcrn merit
In order that the resolutions rcgula-
ting tho Domooratic primary olection of
this county may not be forgotten or mis
understood, wo republish them this week.
It will bo well for tho voters to read them
Whereas, it is a matter of great ira
porlancc that tho freo and untratntuolled
wishes and proforonces of the Democratic
and Liberal voters of Lincoln county,
Mo., should be nnccrtained us to tho va-
rtoui applicants lor ouico In said county
bolonging to said party or co operating
with said party, and whereas it is tho
opinion of the Dctnocralio Kxccutivo
committee of said county that said wishes
and preferences can bo better ascertained
through tho medium ot a 1'rimary Mco-
tiod than in any other manner, Uhero
foro be it
Iletolvei!, 1st, That a primary election
be held in said countv on the tint Satur -
day of iyptembet, loiz, at tho lollow
ing precincts to wit :
New Hope, Drydensville, Falmouth,
Robinsons Mill and Smiths
House, Hurricano tuwnsh
1 1 lo Wuvcrlv
ITninn rnwiialiin . I.rilligvi
townsliin: Millwood. Millwood town-
ship: Ninoveh, Ninovch township ;
... . .... . -.
iruxton and Kennedy s Store, I'ratriu
township; Troy and Old Alexandria,
Rcdford townshin: Cliantillv. Chain of:
Rocks nnd Cap-au gris, Mouroo town -
shin : Pout Oak. HcdJomairs Store, and
Olivo Rrancli School House. Cork
2d. 'flint nil local voters, members of
th Democratic party, or those proposing'
to co-operate with said party, und who
will in ootid fnitli abitlu bv the result of
said election, nnd sunnort such candi-
dates as tnav receive tho maioritv of votes
cast at said election at tho regular elec
tion in November, 1872, shall bo per
mitted to vole at said primaiy election,
at any of the abovo named precincts.
id. 1 hat the quulibcd voters to as
sembled at the said prccinctH on said Grst
Saturday in September, 1872, shall select
two discreet voters, residents of tbo town
ship, who shall act as Judges of said
election, and who shall appoint ono or
more clerks to assist at said election.
4th. That said election shall bo held
by ballot; that tickets shall be prepared
at the expense of the various candidates
for tho various oflicos as follows, to wit :
For Representative ; for Colloctor ;
for Sheriff; for Treasurer 1 fqr County
Attorney ; for School Commissioner ;
for Justico of County Court ; for As
sessor ; for Publio Administrator ; for
Cth. That tho ssid Judscs shall, at
the hour of 0 o clock, p. in. on said day,
declare siiid polls closed, and proceed to
cast np the votes received and for whom
cast, nnu inane i out ,n ceruucaia inereui,
signed by said Judges and Clerk or
r. . .. , , .
7th. That said Judges, or one of them,1
shall bring said certiGcate with said bal-
nl. 1 lw. 1.,-, IIDA tn T.ftM W r, nn
the Monday followiOK, to-w.t : on Man-
(fay, ftc ujrt aay oj Zeptemucr, lata.
8th. That said Judges so assembled in
Troy on said day shall cast up all the
returns rrom a I the said various precincts,
and shall declare suoh persons as shall
usrgrwsiiiciiiiioiEississi ..uuiu. u.
the candidate of the office voted for ; and
in ease of a tie, said Judges shall them-
selves case me aeutding vote.
IL rani in, .a. Dnntn nr t lit
following resolution was adopted. tov!l:
AWwrf, That the Troy Dispatch nnd
Lincoln County Herald be tequeited to
publish tho abovo proceedings of the
said Liacoto County Doruocratio Com
R. "WOMMACK Ch'mi.
8. K. Wooi.folk, Clerk.
Tho board of directors of Sohoot dis-
tfiet No 1, Lincoln oounfy, want to seoure
the eervtcca of a teacher who cm teach
both KngUsh and German, to eihom roo
ii i u ii ii
ages w.ll be ba d. Addre.e Henry
Dnwell, Truxton, Ljaoeln coanly, Mo.
The stfUa aoiivenrtOB njgt to day
(Wednesday,) The delegates from this
county stsrllJ ta JolTerron Tuesday
Tho demand for Telegraph Operators
i' constantly beins increased by tho num.
Kof rT tif.ic inllrnml nnrl tfe.OL'r.'inh line
. V , . ", " " J Tin V.t
W'J ore being opened up in the West
and South, thus making telegraphy one
p the most nroutable as well as most
pleasant employments in tho country.
'I' . r nillinii id nA AsTiie
IU JUUHJf purBUUB wi kiihwi ",, tiv viivi
"upenoradvantages to learn this art, ns we
principle lines in the country. Wo shall
endeavor to procuro situations for onr
PP'' soon as competent. Torres 810
Per '''iVrUF (l' VAlIGH
P & A Telegraph office, Troy, Mo.
a 7l I i r
W. 8. Cooper has a largo supply of
Arbuckle's browned Coffee, tho best in
uso, and will keep a lull supply always
on hnnd, besides everything else in the
notion and grocery lino, Ho is receiving
fresh cupplieB every week. Call at the
"Novelty" and be posted beforo buying
A sign on tho Chicago Journal build
ing says: "Grant and Wilson March
4th 1873" That's the time ihcy arc
expected to march forth. Detroit Frte
General llegi.lraiion of voters of Lincoln
county for the year 1872 bo held on
Monday, luesday and Wednesday, Octo
I b." 7'h 8.,h anJ 9A 1872 Elcc
tion District in said county.
1 lie Election Districts, ulacei of Roc
istration, and names ol Registrars, are as
Election District No. 1 All that part
of .Monroe township lying north of Ilubb'i
creek in (owuship 49, range 2 and 3 east,
and all ot township 4!t, ranee 1 east.
Place of Registration Chantilly. John
r.teclion District No. 10. All that
part of Monroe township lying touth of
ISobbs creek in townships 43 and 40
range 2 and 3 east, and allot' township
48, raugo 1 eaxt. Placo of Registration
Chain ot Rocks. 13. F. Campbell,
Election District No. 2 All that part
of Hurricano township composed of
townships 50 and 51, range 1 east, and all
of township 50. range 2 and 3 east, lying
north of the New Hope aud Falmouth
road, and tbe town ot i'almoutb, and
.lying west of Lost crock, from tho stcn
board at August Sours' north to the New
Hope and l'almouth road. Place of
, Registration New Hope Moruica 11
Election Distriot No. 11 All that
part of Hurricane township composed of
township 50, ranee 2 and 3 cast, lying
cast of Lost creek and township 50 range
" an 3 east, lying cast and south of
I . I. . iLt tm . r. I
st "ee. and the flew Hope and l'al
'mouth road. Place of Uegintrotion
wi i" ii i i. ir a ii
' cuurcu. v. a. irewui
Election District No 3 Clark town.
lniP - l'laco of Registration Post Oak.
, ln' Miller, Kegtstrnr.
I Election Districts No. 4 Hedford
.township, l'laco of Registration Court
House, J roy. Moses Dond. Registrar.
Election District No. 4 Union town
hlP- l''300 of Rtgistration Auburn
, James Wilson, Kogislrar.
' Election District No G Prairie town-
''IP- I1'0" of Registration Truxton.
George E. Johnson, Registrar
Election District No. 7 Millwood
township, Placo of Registration Mill
wood. Horatio C. Claro, Registrar.
Election District No. 8 Wavcrly
township. 1'Juceot Kegistration Louis
ville. Charles W. Gillum, Registrar.
Election District No. 0 Nineveh
township. Place of Registration Nin
eveh. John C. Williams, Registrar.
Attest: F. C. CAKE,
Clerk County Court.
By J. M. McLellan, D. C.
State of Missouri,
Under the provisions of an act of tho
General Atetrbly, approvod April 1.
1 B70 l.innntn nj-t.a r r a. AntlllnJ t
t( lho d,parlll)ellU of th0 State Univer-
at Columbia and Rolls, during the
ycar ,n(3ing Julv 4 1873 8CVC stuj, ,
betweon tho ages of sixteen and twenty
Under tho rules adopted by tho Board
of Curators, studenU "shall possess a
j chara0r ond iha, paM a
. . . 1
tatisiaotory examination in orthography
reaaing, writing, arithmetic and ueoera
pby . ind BUgt lho fcsg pregcrlbed
b gajd ,ct , wit. matricuu,iDK ,n
onlrance fe9 of Te Do,ttrg ,nd tt con.
t gQ of p-va Do)Br nrjd a ike
oontinBeDt fee al lhe i,ecinnioj; of lhe
gecorjd i,alf year TOaking tho whole an
nua, ch Twen, vMa,
Tho SeMion fc . ,heTHrd Mon
day in September, and continue! forty
rlr.. tv. it,- .j.,
ca,ion of j Womon ln thecllggc.
lego buildings at from 81 25 to SI 50
Jer week ;
in private families at $8 to
Peneni desiring to enter the depart
menti of the State University at Colum
Ida or Rolls, are required to make knows
their intention to uis on or before Sep
tombtr I, iBYss.
' CAKE, Clk. 0. Court.
Lincoln County, Mo.
fMy, Jf , Angust 20, !872
voun iiustNKss in Tim iiuka
IT Wll.t. FAY.
Niilmcrlbo lor the ItliNALU.
NOTICKIs kerchy glron that tho underslgnod
Kxccutor of tho tflalo of Milton I. I.ovoll,
deceased, will make a final settlement of hi, a li
mlnl,trnt'lon of ,A,d cstate nt tho next term -,f
ihe Prolato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to ho ,
ocsjun and held at mo court nouo in iroy on
lh! ""'.!, M .iln a hamii tov r.-.
TVTOTICU Is lioroliy given Hint tho unJcrslgncJ
ailinlnlitrntor of tl.o co-inrtncrshit cstnto of I
I Hamilton, will m?i. a float .'.Mlement
of his mlmlnlstrntlon of snM citato nt tho next
term of tho I'rohato Court of I.lncc.ln count;,
Mo., to bo hegun and held In Troy on tho second
Monday In October, IH72.
sug3ln34 UEU. A. UA.MU.IU.N, Ailm'r.
NOTICE Is hereby clven that tho undersigned
administratrix of tho estate of tlcoriro L.
McGregor, deceased, will make a final settlement
r her administration of said estate at the next
term of the Probata Court of Lincoln county.
Mo., tolebeeun and hold at the court house in
Troy on tho second Monday In October, 1 f72.
nugZlnlH MAHUAHET II. LOVULL, Am'x.
JVOTICK Is hereby Riven that tho understood
1' administrator tie bonis non of tho estate of
Anton Seppcler, deceased, will mako a final set
tlement of Ills administration of snld estate at
tho next term of tho Probate Court of Lincoln
county, Mo., to be begun nnd held lu Troy on tha
second Monday In Octobor, 1872.
aug2l n31 Administrator, de bonis non.
Order of PuHiicaliou.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned,
adminlstrntorof the estato of Tnlbott Drairir.
Sr., dcccaied, on the 13th day or July, at tho
July term of tho Prnbato Court of Lincoln
county, Mo., for 1872. filed his tietitlon as such
administrator for tho silo of the real estato of
said deceased, or so much thoreof ns might bo
necessary to pay ine debts due by earn doceaica,
accompanied by the lists and tnvcntoiles re
quired by law, and that unless the contrary lo
snown an order mil bo mado tor tho ralo or said
real eslato nt tho October term of said Probate
Court for 1872, which tcim will bo begun nnd
held at tho court houso in Troy, Mo., on tho
second Monday In October, 1872, when ond
wnero all persons interested in said estate will
appear anil show nnuo why said order of salo
should not be granted.
nug21 S. B. WOOLFOLK, Adm'r.
Adniliiislralor's Sale of Heal Estate-
IVTOTICP. ishcrcbv trlvcn that the undersigned
1 1 administrator of tho estato of Honry Mc- I
Mahlll, deceased, will In obedience to tbo order .
of tho Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mis- I
sojrl, matlo at tho July term or said Court for
tho ycar 1872, sell on
Wednesday, October 2d, 1872,
at public vendue, at tho court houso door in tho
town of Troy ln said county, between tho hours
of ten o'clock a. m., and five o'clock p. m. of said
day, and during tho session' of the Circuit Court
or talu county, at tho September term tbereol
for 1872, tho real estato belonging to said de
ceased, situated In said county ol Lincoln, Mo.,
and described as follows, to wit, or so much thcro
of as will be sufficient to pay lho debts of snld
deceasod: 168 acres In survey No. IHI3, begin
ning at a etono northwest corner of a tiactof
land sold by llicbartl I. UlaUney to tsamuol
Weeks, from which a linn 10 inches In diameter
bears south 75 degrees east 32 links, thence north
COK degrees cast 29 chains 16 links to a stone
northeast corner said Week's tract, Irom which a
pin oak 6 Inches In diameter boars south 3 degs.
west 23 links, and do. 8 Inches In diameter bears
south 73 degrees west 23 Iink, thenco north 21 J
degr's west 63 chains and 811 links to it stone,
southeast corner of a tract of land deeded by
Hicnara 1. uiauney to u. la. nancy's beirs,
thence south 6Jf deg's west 29 chains and 16
links to a stone southwest corner of the nbovo
named tract, thenco south 213 cast 63 chains
and 80 links to beginning, with tho exception of
iiiu acres uocuea ny said Jlcnry .Mc.Mnbill nnd
wife tn Henry Ellis off said tract December 25,
1BI.7, by deed rocorilod in book V page 276 of tha
records of said county. Also the following t Do
ginnlnp at stono iu tho l'ralrlo northwest cornor
survey 131.1, thenco north 68 degrees oast with
tho orlglna. northwest boundary line 29 chains
und 16 links to a forked pin onk li Inches In
diameter, from which a pin onk 8 inches in diam
eter bears south 12 degrees enst .19 links, thenco
south 22 degrees cast 20 chains 58 links to ii
stone, thenco south 68 degree., wost 29 chains 16
links to n stone, thenco north 22 degrees wost 20
chains nr.d 58 links to place of beginding, con-
tnlng hit acres, moro or los. Also a tract of land
beginning at tho soitheast corner of a lot ot
land allotted to A. A. Chouteau ns tbo widow.
by commissioner in partition of survey No. 181:1
nmong tno lie if a oi tnoutcau, tnenco north 22
degrees w. 16 clins to a stone corner from which n
black oak 12 inches In diameter bears north 35
degrees wost 50 links, also a black o.tk 14 Indies
bears north 45 decrees west .13 links, thenco
south 68 degrees we.-t 26 chains and 67 links to n
stono corner from wblch a whito oak 8 Indies in
diameter bears north 74 degrees cast 15 links.
l:o a v. hito oak 20 Inches bears north 50 degrees
west 21 links, thenco south 22 degrees cast 15
chains to a pllo of etono for corner, from which a
hickory 9 inebos bears north 39 degrees west 12
links, thenco north 63 decroes cast 26 chains nnd
89 links to tho beginning, containing 40 acres,
more or loss, all of said land being in townshli
51 range 1 cast and 1 wot ; all of .aid land sold
clear of widow's dower, nnd alto cloar of mort
gage deed on snmo In fuvor of Jiunes W. Welch,
said Welch to be paid tho amount of his debt out
of sales of said laud.
TERMS One half cash : balance In 9 months.
purchaser to givo bond for deferred payment
bearing 10 nor cont interest rrom dato, with good
security. No deed to bo mado until purchaso
inoney be IMj paid.
T1IUMAS A. HAL1.KV, Adm'r
nuR2l of cstate of Henry McMahill, dco'd.
, , n.s. ii - . shall L. Ealum, 1'lfls. vs.
Trustee's Sale or Heal Estate. wnii,,,, Morris, Deft.
WHEHEAS John D. Tinder and Elisabeth TVOW hero nomo the plaintiffs hcrtln, by ntlor
Tlndcr by deed of Trust dated tho 5th of 1 ' cy, and it appearing to the Court that Wll-
August, 1871, recorded in tho ltccordcr's office
of Lincoln county, stato of Missouri, In book
no. z at page su, conveyed to tbo undersigned
Trustees th following described tract of land,
lying and being situate in sai l eounty of Lincoln
in said stato of Missouri, to-wit 1 199.45 ncros,
being lot No. I of survey No. 1737 agreeable to
a subdivision of said survey, aa made by John
C. Whltledge, surveyor; tho plot i f said subdl-
vision boing on record In the Recorder's offico in
tho town of Troy, In Lincoln county, Missouri,
and recorded In book Z on page fifty. Ave, nnd
being a part of tho tract ot land commonly
Known as the Lick Farm, in townships 51 and 52
of ranges 1 and 2 east, which snld conveyanco
was in trust to secure the payment of four pro
missory notes therein descrlbod, mado payablo
one. two, threo and four years from dato, and
whereas by lho torms of said trust deed If tho
nolo first duo was not paid tnd the Interest on
the others when tho first became due aud payn-
ble, then all of said notes and interest should bo
due and payable, and whereas said first note has
become due, and all the interest on the entire
notes, according to tbe stipulation or tbe trust,
remain unnald. now. therefore, at thu icnuost nf
the legal holder of said notes, and In accordance
wnn the provisions or said deed ol trust, tho
undersigned Trustees will, on
Saturday, the 14tb day cf Sept'r, 1872,
between the hours of 10 o'eloek In the forenoon
and 4 o'clock In the afternoon of that day at tha
court nouso uoor in 1110 town ot iroy In tlio
lountyof Lincoln, stato of Missouri, proceed to
ell the above described property at publio ven
due to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy mid
deed of trust, together with costs and expenses
or executing this trust. A. V. McKEK,
arniVnts i I V . , "'V' ,
VTOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin-
i. istraiUn wore granted to tho undersigned
?" ?' "A'.'? 0 . W."'lVui 8' t'oh"n, deceasod,
by the Clerk or thb Probate Court of Mneoln
county, Mo , on the 13th way or Juno, IB72.
All persons waving claims against said estato
are renulroi ta exhibit tbcin to the administratrix
for allowance within ono yenr rrom lho dale or
said letters, or they may l.o firicluded from any
benefit or said estate, and ir not exhibited within
two years from tho dato of said tellers ihuy will
be lorcver barred.
jullO MAHY 1IKLL COCIIUON, Adm's.
TIIK FIRST TEIIM OK THE SKVBNTU
Session of tlili Institution will coinmonco
Ol Monday, September 2, 1872.
On Friday, Jnimary 17, 1873.
If You Sock a Good School
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tnught, ml iVkkocxhki iiv iuitv su ltr.At.TH-r-Jl.
lNFl.VKcr.j, scbil them to
Christian Inst it ulc.
' TROY, TVLO.
$S- ScnJ for Clrculir.
J. It. Ci.Vl'l- A. M., Pres't.
July .11, 1R72. .1m
Change of Time.
HEnilAKTEIt my Hnck, currying lho Msll
From Troy to Went.villc
will lenvo Troy nt 7 o'clock In tho morning, mk
ing connection with both tho Ksstcrn nnd West
ern bound trnlnk. My hacks nnd teams are kril
In good order, nnd caroful drivers inanago thcin.
n-i-smi JAUUIl llAlll.MA.N.
I expect tn remain In Troy, nnd
keep at all times a Large and
Complete Stock of
I tVARIt NT my Jewelry to
be what I represent It. If Gold,
I tell my customers so; If Plated
tell them. Jewelry mado r
purchased to order. I keep tho
very best American Watches and
Clocks for sale.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry Repaired, and all
Wo k Warranted.
I have just opened out a NEW
AND COMPLETE STOCK of
Goods in the brick building of Mess.
Wool folk & Crews, adjoinina Mr.
Withrmif saddln mid hnrtlfitl ofnrp
' ' lUiruUJ a oilUUlv Uilll HQrneSS SIOTC,
and Will A'Cei) Oil hand
COMPLETU STOCK OV
iTic Season being short J have ihteiliilncd
ON ALL (IOOD3.
JS9 As I realised confidotablo Inns by lho
burning of my homo, store und stuck, I earnestly
call upon all persons who tiwo mo to fettle.
need tho monoy.
Troy, Mo., Nov. 30,1871.
Order Of 1'UDliCallOU Oil Note
state of Missouri, I In Lincoln County Cir-
County of Uarola, " cuU Cour, Moi. i.h
' ' ' ,.,. 1070
John S. Tuttlo nnd Mar- I March 26lh. 1872.
'' Morris, ilofcndunt, Is it non resident of this
slate, and that tho ordinary process o law can-
",u ul,uu ""ui " is inereioro ordered
by the court that publication bo mado notifying
the said defendant that an action has been cum
moncod.agalnst him by attachment, tho object anil
nna general nature of which to obtain Judgment
on a noto executed by defendant to plaintiffs for
llle "um of Two Hundred Dollars, datod Septem-
tcmbcr 29, 1871, and that his property has been
attached to satisfy said debt: and unless you,
tho said non resident defendant, bo nnd appear
tn0 neIt tcrm of ht court, to bo holden nt
lnc ou nouso in ine town or Troy, in aforesaid
county and stato, on the fifth Mondav of Sep-
tombornoxt, 1872, and on or bofore tho third day
f triu, answer nr plead to plaintiffs' poll-
"on the same will bo taken as confeucd anc
Judgment rendered accordingly. It Is further
ordered by the court that a copy hcroof bo pub-
lished In the Lincoln County llerulj, a nowspa-
I1" printed and publlsLcd In this state, as by
lnw required aud continued,
Attest! WM. COLDEKT, Clerk.
n,slB 01 oussourt,
County of Lincoln. " I, Wllllnra Colbert.
Clerk of the circuit court or said oounty nnd
l,Ie certny inni ine above and
i KB AL ; foregoing is a correct copy of tho orlg
inal order In said cause, aathosairo
remains ofrecurd In tuy said office
WM. C0L1IKKT, Clerk.
Sheriff's Sale of School Lauds,
BY VIRTUE and authority of an order of
salo issued from the office of the Clerk of the
eounty court of Lincoln county, Mo , dated July
10th, a. p., 1872, 1 will, on
I Tuesday, October 1, A. D. 1872,
between the hours of 9 o'eloek In tho lorcnoon
" Ave o'clock In tl.o nrternooi. of ihnt day. at
lho court houso door In tlio town of Troy, Mo.,
during tho sitting of tho circuit court of Lincoln
county, Mo., sell at public venduo In the highest
bidder on credit of 12 months, puiclmser'clrlnK
bond with security to bear tenpr ecnt. per an-
num Interest, rrom day of salo. mid n tehool
mortzngo on tho land purchased, Um following
described school lands, to wit I HOni ris, Hie eart
hall or lho southeast quarter or see HI, Inwnshbi
.', nngo I west, ar.d -10 a.r.'S, lli ruiilbniM .7r
of tho imrtlionrt nuirli-r uf sretion lit, towiislihi
.Ml, rnngo I west.
Julyl7wV J' W1V0. SUerif.