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LOCAL AND COUNTY.
Fof County Court Justlco
For Collector . .
Vor Treasurer . .
For Prosecuting Attorney,
For Fubllo Adm'r . .
gup't Pokllc Schools .
For County Surveyor .
. E. U. HULL
W. W. 811 AW
, T. M. CARTKIl
. J. MoDOKALD
1). W. W1IEELKH
. J. F. WILSON
To lltt Vvlert of Livcoln emnljt At the request
of many friends I announce myself as a candid
leforlhe ouo uf Jastlco of the County Court
t Llnco n -county, M.
HENRY II. JONES.
Lend lis Your Ears.
Wiendi, we have etrivon along almoit
through another year without a positive
xtemaad for you to pay us what yeu aro
owing on notes and accounts previous to
the 1st of January, 1872. We now
make thin urgent call and domand, hop
ing that you wilt fully appreciate our
wants and com forward without further
ootico, and wake ss glad to give you
PARK Kit, CHEWS & CO.
C. W. PAKKER,
lor Hutt & Parkeb and Parker & Co.
October 1st, 1872.
Bo warned in timol "Old Malaria" is
abroad and "shako" is the order of the
day. Remember that Power's Infallible
Ajju Cure is perfectly harmless, and is
warranted to effect a euro. Tlioro is no
going back on it; it never (ails when
used according to directions. For sale
fcy Dr. SAM'Ji T. EAST,
There wero 19 colored voters and 4
mutes registered at Louisville iu this
We arc glad to see that Mr. F. C.
Cake, who has been confined to bis room
for reveral weeks with inflamatory rheu
matism, is able to bo out on tho street
Mr. W. S. Cooper of "Novelty Cash
Store'' has enlarged bis store room by
taking rut the partition that divided it
from a room in the rear.
Mr. J. F. Brown is haviug the fratuo
buildings which once composed the
'''Planters' Houso" removed from the
rear of his new brick hotel. This will
dd greatly to the looks of his property,
and lessen the danger of loss by fire.
8ad Accident A Little Boy
Thrown by a Mule and Killed.
Joseph Oladney, npoif about twelve years,
non of Mr. Geo. W. Gladnoy, who lives
about half way betweon Auburn and
New Hope, was thrown from a mulo ha
was riding, last Friday, on to bis bead.
His neck was broken by tbo fall, and he
died almost instantly.
We had a very agreeable call from a
couple of Pike county ladies last Mon
day. Mr. M. K. Brows and lady, and
liis sister-in-law, Mrs. Brown, of Frank
ford, together with Mr. J. D. Brown of
this plane, and his daughter, Mrs. Cash,
graced our sanctum. The former are
visiting Mr. J. D. Brown, and wo hope
their stay here will be pleasant to them
and their friends.
The Louisian Journal says: The res
donees of Judge T. J. C. Fagp, Mrs. C.
A. Martin and James Alexander, wero
wero entered one night last week, and
several watches, suits of clothing. &o.,
taken. The thief was pursued and cap
tured on the Bayard, and after being
band-cuffed, jumped from the boat as it
was ootaing through Slim island chute
and made bit escape.
"Early to bed and early to rite,
Makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise."
Bat in these days of malaria we aro
all liable to bo attacked by Aguo and
Fever, and we should not forget that
Power's Infallible Aguo Cure, prepared
by Dr. S. T. East, is a speedy, safe and
sure cure for Ague. It contains no
quinine or nrtenio. Every bottle war
Horse Thieves. One day last week
Deputy Sheriff Charley Wing brought to
(his place from St. Louis and lodged in
jail a man named Donovan, who with one
other of a gang, had been arrosted for
stealing four mules from Mr. W, D. Jo
misoD of Monroo township. He con
fessed bis crime, eaid that he bolonged
to a gang, and wo understand gavo their
names. They were on their way up the
river from below, and getting a glimpse
or Ike mules, concluded to take them in.
They accordingly camo ashore at Cap-au-Oris,
and succeeded in stealing, carrying
way and idling them. Donovan got
610 as his share in the transaction. By
the time he has served the state a few
years, he will doubtless conclude that it
took longer to earn hi money than ho
A- whole family in Kentucky were
ftiuened lately by eating jelly made a
Proceedings or Lincoln CouuJy
Lincoln County Teachers' Institute
met pursuant to notice at Trov. October
8th. The teachers convened m tho pub-
to school houio at 11 a. m and wero
called to order by Win, S. Pennington.
lhe following persons wero electod to
offico for tlio ensuing year : First vice
prcs'dont, Rev. J. II. Tuttle; 2d vice,
Rev. Miller; 3d vice, G. W. Porter; J.
T. Hetbcrlin secretary, Orucr II. Avery
assistant secretary, A. W. Vanco treas
urer, and Win. Moore Auditor.
The chairman appointed Messrs. Pen
nington, Mogre and Tuttle as a special
committee to nominate suitable persons
for the executive cotnmittoe.
There being no other business before
the houso, the Institute adjourned until
one o'oloak p. m.
Afternoon Skssion. Convened pur
suant to adjournment, Wm. S. Penning
ton in the chair.
The following persons were elected as
an cxecuiivo committee : T. C. Elmore,
Wm. S. White, J. T. Ilotherlin, Horace
Rose, Wm. Moore, J. M. Ellis, Wm. S.
Pennington, Rev. J. II. Tuttle and John
T; he subject of Orthography was then
creditable discussed by Josoph Welch
Tho- discussion was then ably criticised
by Rev. J. 11. Juttlc. This important
and momentous subject greatly interested
all tho teachers, who heartily partici
pated in expressing their views. Tli
quostion then arose as to whether teach
ers should rcquiro their students to make
the sounds of tho vowels. After u warm
and prolonged discussion it was finally
decided to be a requisite. The Institute
adjourned until !) a. m , Oct. 0.
Tho Institute convened pursunnt to
adjournment, and was opened with de
lightful musia by Mrs. Kate Allen, and
prayer by Rev. J. II. Tuttlo.
The subject of Mathematics was logi
cally investigated and discussed by Wm
S. Pennington, Ho endeavored, to de
monstratc the most abstruse and inln
cato points in the mathematical sys
tem. His logical and conclusive elu
cidation of this subject was highly ap
preciated by all present. Tho investiga
tinn of this subjeet having consumed the
morning, tho Institute adjourned to meet
at one o'clock in the afternoon.
Institute convened pursuant toodjourn
ment, and was opened with very sweet
musio by Miss Sullic Crump. John
Wilson by request took tha chair, aud
Mr. Pennington proceeded with hiii arith
mctical demonstrations, and certainly
deserves much credit for his explanation
of these difficult points.
Professor Gaff being present was so
litited for an address. He somewhat
reluctantly favorod tho Institute with a
mcritorieus locture on the value and
importance of commou schools, and also
on thoroughness in teaching. For this
praoticat lecturo the Profereor received
the unanimous thanks of the Instituto.
The important subject of Elocution
was next discussed by Mr. T. G. Elmoro
who treuted the subject with much de
liberation, and impressed upon teachers
the necessity of giving moro attention
to the art.
Geography was then taken up by Mr
Pennnington, and the science thoroughly
investigated in all its phases. Many
very difficult questions were propounded,
but all met with an answer. The Insti
tute adjourned to meet Thursday.
Institute convened at nine o'clock, Mr.
Pennington in tho chair. After musio
by Miss Sallio Crump, the Institute pro
ceeded to business.
Grammar was the next subject for in
vestigation, and Mr. Pennington, by
request, conducted the discussiou. The
science was critically examined. The
Institute formed themselves into a olass,
and engaged in an interesting parsing
exercise. Mr. Ponnington urged it upon
the teaohers as thoir great and arduous
duty to give this science a more promi
nent place in their schools. The Institute
adjourned until one o'clock.
Afternoou session convenod pursuant
to adjournment, W. S, Pennington in tho
chair. Musio by Miss Sallie Crump.
Tho question as to when sad where
the Institute should hold its next meeting
was debated, and was finally decided to
meet at Troy on the first Tuesday in
A motion was passed soliciting the
Troy papers to publish the proceedings;
also a motion soliciting the excoutivo
committeo to assign eaoh member of the
Institute a certain subjeot for its next
session, and then adjournod to meet on
the day above named.
OMER II. AVERY, Assis'tSo'y.
The Louisiana Journal says that a
oelored gent of that place went all tbe
way to Calument township on Thursday
last to get a fow colored men to go to
Louisiana and rggiiter. On arriving
there the register happened to know
th.tu, and told them to go back t Calt
met t be roguterej,
Taxes! 1879. Taxes I
Frederick Wing, Collector of Lincoln
county, Mo., will meet the tax-payers at
ttic times and places set forth below for
the purposo of receiving their taxes :
Htirr Oak Mills, Monday, Oct. 14.
'-Isucrrv Mills, 'lucsdey, Uctober to.
New Hope, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri
day, Oct. 10. 17. 18.
Walnut Mills, Saturday, Oct. 19.
Chantilly, Monday, Tuesday and Wod-
liefday, Oct. 21, 22. 23.
Argent's Store Thursday, Oct. 24.
Old Monroe, Friday, October 25
Chain of Rocks, Saturday, Oct. 20.
Auburn, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day, Oct. 28. 29. 30. .
Millwood, Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
Oct. 31, and Nov. 1 and Z.
Louisville, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, Nov. 5. C, 7.
Nineveh, Friday, Nov. 8.
Konnedy's Store, Saturday, Nov. 0.
Truxton, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Hov 11, VI,
Lynn's Mill, Thursday, Nov. 14.
Post Oak, Friday, Saturday, aud Mon
day, Nov 10, 1G, 18
Troy, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, Kov. l'J. L'O, 21.
Bring description of laud ; will nut
have time to examine deeds. Also ro
member that if the taxes are not paid by
tho Grst of December tho law compels
tbe Collector to collect them by force,
and that thero is no property exempt
from levy and sale for taxes.
F. WING, Collector
Sept. 18, 1872. Lincoln county, Mo
For Sale. One of the most dosira-
ble residences in Troy, a 2 story frame
with 7 rooms; a fino variety of fruit
trees, and well embclished with shade
and ornamental trees; a good well at the
door; between one and two acres ground
attached, and about half way between
the center of town and the contemplated
depot nf tho St. Louis and Keokuk rail
road, which is expected to be in running
order by the 1st of January next. With
n two hours and a half run of at. Louis
For particulars address H., P. O box 04.
Hero is a rare chance lor a bargain and a
most beautiful home.
Mr. A. Cameron of Chantilly has just
erected a new store houso at that place,
and will soon open out in it with a bran
new stack of goods, including dry goods,
groceries, hardware, &c. For tho next
few weeks he will tell his present stock
off at largely reduced rates. Call before
it is too luto, it you wish to procure a
Music. Mr. Albert Slirutnek has, for
a better convenience, organized a JSiring
Band, consisting of Basso, Violin, Cla-
rioncttand Trumpet!, and offers his scr
vices to tho public.
SHRME!v & CO,
n41v,4 Troy, Mo.
W. S. Cooper has a large supply of
Arbuckle's browned Coffee, the best in
use, and will keep a full supply always
on hand, besides everything clso iu the
notion and grocery lino. He is receiving
fresh supplies every week. Call at the
"Novelty" and bo posted before buying
The demand for Telegraph Operators
is constantly being increased by the num
ber of ntw railroad and telegraph lines
which are being openod up in tha West
and South, thus making Telegraphy one
of the most profitable as well as most
pleasant employments in tho country
To young persons of either sex wo ofle
suporior advantages to learn this art,aswc
have n short line expressly for learning,
also tho benefit of practice on one of lhe
principle lines in the country. We shall
endeavor to procure situat ons for ou
pupils as soon as competent. Terms f 10
per month in advance
ABBIE G. VAUGIIAN,
P & A Telegraph office, Troy, Mo.
The Louisiana Riverside Press says
At the fair, Friday afternoon, two colored
men got into a drunken row, and one o
them threw a glass bottle at tho other
but missed his mark, and the missile
struck a little boy, a son of Mr. May, on
tho head, injuring him badly. It
reported that the wound is likely to prove
fatal, and great indignation is felt against
the drunken perpotrators of the act.
U7IIEREAS Perry Bittlck and Mallnda 111'
V tick his wife, by their deed ot trust, datod
tho 26th day of November, 1872, of record in
book V on page 202 nf tho records of Lincoln
county, Missouri, conveyed to ucorgo W. Ow.
Ings, ine real esiato nercina'ior uescrioeu in
trust to secure tbo payment of a promissory
nolo described in said deed; and whereas said
noto is part duo and unpaid, nnd whereas tha
said Ocorgo W. Owing has In writing refused to
accent said trust, and whereas I, I rederlck Wing,
Sheriff of said county of Lincoln, by the terms
prefcrtbctl In ram need of trust liavo become tuo
trustee in Place of tho said Ueorge W. Owings,
Now, therefore, at tho request of tho legal holder
of said note, and by virtue and authority and
power in said deed contained, notice is hereby
given that on
Saturday, November 10, 1872,
at the hour of ono o'clock, p, ra., of that day, I
will sell for cash at puhlio vendue to the highest
bidder at tbe court house door In the town of
Troy, Lincoln county, Missouri, the following
described real estate, situate in Lincoln county,
Missouri, or so much thereof as will satisfy said
note and tho cost of executing this trust, to wit I
Part of the northwest quarter of the northeast
quarter of section 12, township 40, range 3 west,
beginning at tho southeast corner and running
with the lino ol said tract to the north bank of
Cuivre, running thence with the top or said
tank to where the lino on tho west crosses said
Cuivre, thence south with said lino tu the south
west corner, thence east with said line to the
beginning, containing 80 acres, more or less J
alio the southeast quarter of tho northeast quar
ter ot icction 12, townihlp 10 rango 3 west, it)
Bcr0s. FRKDEUICK WING,
Sheriff of Lincoln connty, Mo., and Trustee.
NEW HOPE, MO.,
llavo rcinovrd to tho Ira ,T. Notion house,
' and nrn now receiving a
NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
and aro determined
NOT TO IU UNDERSOLD.
They expect to keep up their reputation for
GIVING THE BEST PRICKS
September 25. 1872.
TRO "Y, 3VE O.
AflEMT 1'OH TIIR
WaltHan and Elgin
Which he xvill Furnish at Factoiy
W tolesale I rices.
T WOULD respectfully announce to tho citl
icm of Lincoln county Ihnt I have securod
tho services of a FIRST-CLASS JOUHNEY
MAN WATCHMAKER, and will
Repair Watches, Clocks ami
AT MODERATE BATES,
AND IN COOI) OltDlMt.
i:GimiG NEATLY EXEd TCI)
Jewelry boucht of wo will bo cncracd frco
Special attention paid to watches that havo
been "botcheil" and "butchered" and nearly ru-
ned by poor workmen.
$LsT AH Work Wai ranted.
J. li. VAUCSHAN,
fP..l-A. Telegraph Office. Bonnls' UulMing,
St. Louis & Keokuk Railroad
A Large Train of
Novelty Cash Store.
IEELINIi thankful for former atronRc, I will
say to the public, if they will continue thoir
patronage, guoUn will etui do reiluccu in price
W. S.COOl'KH, nt Notelty I nub Sto
10FFEU 1 lbs to tho Dollar.
Threads of al1 kind 5 cents a Spool.
Pins, only 5 cents npaper, Needles thu same, and
other articles In same proportion, at
W. S. COOI'EK'S Novelty Cash Storo.
O ALT Ono car load en band nt lhe Novelty
O Cash Store, which will bo fold cheap for cash.
DRV GOODS, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Hoots
and Shoes, (Iroceries, etc., a full pupply at
w. s. uuui'fcirs Novelty uasii store
THE highest market piico paid.for Country
Produce at tho Novelty Cash Store:
18 ( ents tor ttffff.
lit Cents for llacon Sides.
IS Outs for Hams.
HA VINO completed my second year mnong
you, I ask you to call and bo posted.
V. B. COOPEIt.
EXPRESS WAfiON lwy standing nt tho
door, floods bought nt the Novelty deliv
ered anywhere In town free of charge
W. S. COOPER.
For Good Turnouts
GO TO THE BRIOK
ON MAIN STREET,
Buggies and Horses to hire. Horses boarded
by the day or week.
I also run a dally mail nnd passenger lino to
and from tbo St. L. K. A- N. railroad. The hack
will leave Troy at 7 o'clock in the morning, mak
ing connection with both tho Eastern and West
ern bounJ trnink. My hacks and teams are kept
in good order, and careful drivers inanago them.
nSOtf JACOU 1IARTMAN.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
administrator uf the co-partnership estate of
Lovell & Hamilton, will mnko n final sottlement
of his administration of said citato at tha next
term of tho Probato Court uf Lincoln county,
Mo., to bo begun and held in Troy on the second
Monday In October, 1872.
nug2ln31 OKO. A. HAMILTON, Adm'-..
THE DRUG AND MEDICINE BUSINESS.
1075 iA NEW FIRM. t$72
WOOLFOLK & Co.
(Successor to M. S. flnllingcr.)
HAVING Purchased die' Interest of M. ft. Ilallliigcr In the Ilmc and Medicine
Murines!, we would call the attention of the trade to OUIl COMI'l.li Ti:
DRUGS .l.VJD MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
SOAPS ADtTID PERFUMERIES,
BOOKS elvVH STlTIOJ9ER9
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIKS, CICiARS, TOBACCO,
Sec 9 Sec Sec,
Orders from PhyaiciniiM Promplly Filled on llicknost
Our Stock will he found full and well assorted at all timesi and
customers may rely upon always getting good and fresh goods, at the
very lowest prices.
Troy, Mo.. Feb'y 15, 1872. WOOLFOLK & GO.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
PICTURES & PICTURR FRAMES,
Perfumery and Fancy Articles,
SOAPS, BRUSHES AND COMBS,
PIPES, CIGARS TOBACCO,
RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AND NATIVE WINES,
FO:t MEDICAL USE.
Ami Everything Uusually kept in a First Clas3 Drugstore.
Troy, Mo., May lfl, 1972.
JOHN P. LYNOTT,
HARDWARE, ST O V E 8
1 iu, Copper. y?TA
lip T ml tnifei
A FINE LOT OF MOLINE 11 INDUSTRIAL PLOWS,
AGRICULTURAL Wj IMPLEMENTS
AT FACTORY jgSlS.Bfflgjfe RETAIL PRICES.
window s-A.sia: jjstjd GKL.A.S,
Awl Everything that may le classed tinder the name of hardware
STOHE ON MAIN
PROF. J. IIIIsLER,
TraclHT or (iernian rud French.
THANKING tho citizens of Troy mid vicinity
fur their paironngo during tbo past year, I
would respectfully inform thcui that my classes
for 1812 and 1873 will begin as follows :
FlrstTerra October 15th, 1872.
Second Terra February I5lh, 1873.
Tuition $10 per term, piyable in advance.
Those desiring to become pupils are requested
to notify meat least two weeks boforo the be
ginning of the terra.
Ladies will be instructed at their respective
residences If they so desire.
For further information apply nt tho court
house of J UILIiKK,
Aug. 28, 1872. Prof, of Ucrinan and French.
N OTICK is hereby given that letters of admin
istration wero granted to the undersigned
on the estate of Matilda A. llller, dco'd, by the
Clerk of the Probato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., on thoJ7th day of Augu.t, 1872.
All persons having c'niins against laid estate
are rcqulredjto exhibit them to the administrator
for allowance within one year from the date of
said letters, or tlicy may be precluded from any
benefit of said estate and. If not exhibited
within iwo years from tho date of said letters
they will be forever barred.
sep4n3S E. O. SITTON, Adm'r.
NPTICIi Is hereby glvrn that letters or admin
istration were g-anted to the undersigned
oh the co-partnorsbip estate of Quigley !c llin
flls, on tho 10th day of July, 1872, by tho Clerk
of the I'robate Court of Lincoln county, Mo.
Alt pencils having claims against said estate
aro required to exhibit thorn to the administrator
for allowance within ono year from tho dato of
said letters, or they may be precluded f;om any
benefit of laid estate anil If not exhibited
within two years from tbo date of said letters,
thoy will be forever bariod.
jul3ln31 DAVID T. WADDY, Adm'r.
4 YEAR ONLY' FOR THK HERALD
STREET, TROV. MO.
C. C. RANSDELL,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BEST OF tVORA
The Best Workmen
I am prepared to Furnish
LadicN and eiilleinen with
the Finest Morocco Shoo
and French-Call Hoof a, all
made to Order and in Best
Heavy work, suitable for
a'll kinds of weather, and
tor roughest farm work
Customers may rely upon
my tioodtj being what they
are represented Ho'-madc-and
Call and sec our work.
. . HANSDELL.
Troy, Mo., Marsh 7, 1871.
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