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LOCAL AND COUNTY.
For Representative, .
For County Court Justice
For Collector . .
For Assessor . ,
For Tressdrer . .
For Pu'bllo Adm'r .
Sup't Public Schools .
or County Surveyor .
. K. 11. HUM,
W. W. SHAW
. T. M. CAUTUIl
. j. Mcdonald
J3. W. WHEELEh
To tht Vottri of Lint county: At the request
of many friend I announco tuyscll' as a candid
ale for tbo o.Toe uf Justice of the County Court
xif Llnco 11 county. Mo.
HENRY It. JONES.
I am n candidal for RcDrcscntative of Lin
coln county, subject to tho decision of the poo
dle on the 5th of November.
J. B. ALLEN.
I announco myself as an Independent candid
ate for Treasurer of Lincoln county, subject to
tho decision of the people on the 5th of Novem
ber. G. W. MOUH.
For State Senator.
tHOMAS M. CARROLL, of Pike county, Is
an Independent candldato for State Senator tn
this, the Eleventh, senatorial district.
Lend Us Tour l.ars.
Friends, we have striven along almost
through another year without a positive
demand for you to pay us what you aro
owing on notes and accounts previous to
the 1st of January, 1872. We notv
malco this urgent cull and demand, hop
ing that you will fully appreciate our
wants and come forward without further
notice, und make us glad to give you
PARKER, CRKWS& CO.
U. Vf. PARKER,
Tor Hutt & Parkeb anil Parker & Co.
October 1st, 1872
Bo warned in time! ''Old Malaria" is
ubrond and "shako" is the order of the
day. Remember that Power's Infallible
Ague Cure is perfectly hurnilers, nod is
warranted to effect a euro. There is no
going back on it; it never fails when
used according to directions. For sale
by Dr. SAM'L T. EAST,
The November Election.
Judges or K:cction nt Lincoln County.
The following named gentlemen were
appointed at the August term of the
Lincoln county court, in the several vot
ing district of the county, as follow.
Election District No. 1 Chanlilly, G.
"W. Hank-sty, R. Gentry and L. T.
No. 2 New Hope: Gabriel Thomp
i in, Mordccia R. Watts and John C.
No. 3 Post Oak: Win, H. Martin,
"Wm Millar and J. Miller Wilson.
No 4 Troy: Meses Bond, J. S.
Sallce and James D Drown.
No 5 Auburn : Charles J. Merri
weather, A. F. Downing and Frank Cox.
No. G Truxton : I. H. Owing, R.
B. Allen and II. Duwell.
No. 7 Millwood: John V. Jame
son), Wm. Akcrs and II. C. Clare.
No. 8 Louisville: Edward Hunts
man, Charles W. Gilluui and Wesley 8.
No. 9 Nineveh: John C. Williams,
J. C. Wells and John P. Nun.
No. 10-Chain of Rocks: L. B.
Sitton, B. F. Campbell and J. K.
No. 11Star of Hope Church : T.
R. Reid, V. A. Prowittond B. M. Vance.
Troy, Mo Oot. 2G, 1872.
Editor Herald: In your last issue,'
after speaking of certain gontlemen who
had announced themselves as independent
candidates, you say that you "suppes
that you would net miss it far if yeu
were to say that George W. Colbert, Esq.,
would be the independent candidate for
prosecuting attorney." Permit me, Mr,
Editor, to say through your paper to the
voter of Lincoln county that yeu did
"mias it very far." I am no candidate
for any office, neither, an T an aspirant
GEO. VV. COLBERT.
A Good Offer Apple Trees In
subed. I will set and insure 3 and 4
year old apple tree for 820 per 100, fur
aiihing good tree fer two years to reset
all thtt die. .
Price of 2, 8 and 4 year old trees at
the Nursery is per 100, $11.50; per
dozea, 1 50.
Leading varieties mentioned in adver
tisement in another column, at greatly
All ether kind of fruit trees aad iiir
ery (took at cwiiomary rate.
A. M. SHULTS,
Troy, Mt .
Kmc. -Mr. Albert 8hrutnk has, for
Wur oojivenieoe, organized a JString
nt, eoaiietiog of Bauo, Violin, Cla
rienett id Truest, a.nffer hi itr
!om to tb public
attUEK A 0.r,
The I'lill ncturns of Election District.
Last weak wo placed our estimate of
the reniitcred volt of iki co
-,cuu. misted it only 25 voles n
will bo seen by the following returns.
J he eleventh district fell more than this !
number short of our expectation, only
registering 148. Th following is the
Nos. 1 and 10 Mento township, 422
No. 2 and 11 Hurricane " 565
No, 8 Clarke township, aio
No. 4 Bedford township, 468
No 5 Union township, 252
No, 6 Prairie township, 155
No. 7 Millwood township, ' 221
Ne. 8 Waverly township, 204
No. 9 Nineveh township, 188
Bridoinq Cuivre. Work on the
Clarksvillc and Western railroad through
this county is progressing rapidly. The
workmen are now engaged bridging
Cuivre near Old Monroe, and wo under
stand that the citizens of Chain of Itocki
are very muob put out about it. Cuivre
I navigable most of tho year as fur as the
Chain, and this bridge will prevent the
passago of beats, thereby greatly inter
fering with the business interests of that
thriving point. We uudersttnd that
they have taken steps to prevent the
building of the bridge as now contem
plated, and have it erected so that boats
plying Cuivre may pass under it. We
hope the matter may bo settled satisfuc
t on I y to all parties, and in a way not to
damage our friends of the Chain.
"Enrly to bed ni.d early to rio,
Makes u man Lcallhy, wealthy and wise."
But in these days of malaria we are
all liable to bo attacked by Ague and
Fever, and wo should not forget that
Power's Infalliblo Ague Cure, prepared
by Dr. S. T. East, is a speedy, safe and
sure euro for Ague. It contains 110
quinine or nrsenic. Every bottle war
Wanted. Necessity compels us to
call upon our eustomvrs fur a settlement
of their accounts. We have an nbliga
tion to meet and must have ti.e money
A word to the wise is sufficient.
n43 MOHK & ALLEN.
Mrs. Louise P., wife of Judge V. W.
Edwards, of St. Charles, and daughter of
the late Judge Hunt, died at St. Charles,
Thursday morning, Oct. 24th, at
Examiuo the national and stale tickets
on our editorial page, and tho county
ticket on our local page, and vote it, if
you wish to put good and sound men
Erratum. Mr. Marion Howell in
forms us that Mr. Lagan Howell and not
himself is the candidate for constable of
Bedford township, as we stated in our
paper laet week.
Last Thursday Wm. P. Boone, as
trustee, sold the store house at present
occupied by L, M. Smith as a grocery
Btore, The purchaser was Ira T. Nelson,
of New hope, who held a deed of trust,
and the price paid was 82,500. That is
certainly very cheap property. Clarks
W. S. Cooper has a largo supply of
Arbuckle's browned Coffee, the best in
use, and will keep a lull supply always
on hand, besides everything clso in the
notion and grocery line. He is receiving
fresh supplies every week. Call at the
Novelty" and be posted before buying
Strayed A two year old bay colt, with
a small star in the forehead ; mane lays
on left fiidc; is a natural pacer. A suit
able reward will be paid for its return to
Dr. Bourland, Troy, Mo.
Mr. A. Cameron of Cbantilly has just
ereeted a new (tore house at that place
and will soon open 'out in it with a bran
new stack of goods, including dry goods
groceries, hardware, &o. For tho next
few week he will sell his present stock
off at largely reduced rate. Call before
it is too late, if you wish to procure a
Episcopal Service. Rev. Dr. Jen
nings will conduct Divine service acccrd
ing to the ritual of the Protcstaat Epis
copal oburoh, in the Methodist houso of
worship, at Troy, on Tuesday, November
12, at 7 o'clock, p. m.
The demand for Telegraph Operators
!b constantly being inoreascd by the num
ier of new railroad and telegraph lines
which are being opcuod up in the West
nod-South, thus Disking Telegraphy one
of the most profitable as well as most
pleasant employments in the country
To young persons of either sex we offer
supenoradvantagee to learn this art, as we
have a short line expressly for Isurniog
also the benefit of practice on one of the
principle lines in the oountry. We shall
endeavor to procure situations for Qur
pupil as soon as competent. Tories 810
per month in advance.
P & A Telegraph office, Troy, Mo.
This offica i the place to hav yeur
legion UoktU fiU4, 41rfcf4U4
Taxes! I87. Taxes I
Frederick Vinp, Collcttor of Lincoln
coutilv. Mo., will meal thu tax-Davcru at
'J10 and place? set forth below for
tliv purpose of receiving their tux or
Millwood, Thumby, Friday, Saturday,
Oct, 31. mid Nov, 1 and 2
Louisville, Tuesday, Wednesday and
1 llursliay, iov. 0, 0, 7.
Nineveh, Friday, Nov. 8
Kennedy's Store. Saturday, Nov. 9. 1
Truxton. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Nov 11, 12, 13.
Lynn's Mill, Thursday, Nov. 14.
Post Oak, Friday, Saturday, and Mon
day, Nov. 15, 1G. 18
Troy, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, iov. 10. 20, 21.
Bring description of land ; will not
havo time to examine deeds. Alto re
member that if tho taxes are not paid by
tho Crst of December tho law compels
the Collector to collect them by force,
and that thcro is no property exempt
from levy and sale for taxes.
F. WING, Collector
Sept. 18, 1872. Lincoln county, Mo
'TMIOSE in need of Trees or Nursery stock of
jl any Kind will linn it to thoir Interest to no
tu tuo above Nursery, una buy n lot ol plants
AS IT IS
THE BEST TIME
And LA1UK1E TREES aro offered a OOOD
DEAL LOWER thin they will la nj-alti, after
the present immunity largo stock of treos Is dis
posed of. (Ireat bargains aro offcrod to tlioso
who wish to set largely or
Ben-Davis, Willowtwig, Winsip,
Hustss Crab, d-c.
p$r For further particulars call at tho Xur
scry, 3 miles southeast of Troy, on tho Tele
graph road, or address tho proprietor.
oc23n4S Tl'OJ, JTIO,
iniERKAS l'crry llittick nnd Mallnda Ill
's lick his wile, by tliolr deed ol trust, dated
tho lilftli day ot ISovemlier. IHj?, of record in
book 1' on page 202 nf tho records of Lincoln
county, Missouri, conveytu to tieorgo U . Uir
ings, tiio real cs'ato hcrclna'ter described in
trust "to securo the payment of a promissory
noto described In said deed; nnd whereas sal
note Is part due and unpaid, nnd whereas tho
said (Icorgo W. Owing has In writing refused to
accept said trust, und whereas 1, Frederick Wing
siicritl ol said county ol Lincoln, by tho terms
prescribed in said deed of trust hare become tho
trustee in place or tho said lieorgo . OMngs.
Now, therefore, at tho request of tho legal holder
ol said noto, ana by virtuo nnd authority and
power in said ueed contained, notlco is hereby
given that on
balurilay, November lb, 1872,
nt tho hour of one o'clock, p, in., of that day
will sell lor cash at public venduo to the hlshest
milder at the court house door In tho tov-n o
Troy, Lincoln county, Misouri, tho following
described real cstale, situate in Lincoln count,'
Missouri, or so much thereof as will satisfy sal
noto and tho cost of executing this trust, to wit
fart ol the northwest quarter of tho northcan
quarter ol seitlon 1.', township 411, ranco .1 west
beginning ni ine soutneast corner and running
with tho lino ol said tract to the north bank o
Cuivre, running theneo with tho top ot sab
bank tn where the line on tho west crosses said
Cuivre. thence south with said lino tu the south
wet corner, thenco east with said line to the
beginning, containing 80 acres, more or test
also tho southeast quarter of the northeast qunr
ter ol section 12, township 49 range :i west, 4q
acres. tKEDISKICK WISH,
Sheriff of Lincoln connty, Mo., und Trustee
rVlOTICB Is hereby given that letters of ad
tv ministration wcro granted to lho under
signed on tho cstnto of Henry Qulglnv, decVI
by the Clerk of the Probato Court of Lincoln
county, ,Mo., on tho lUth day of July, 1872.
Persons having claims against laid cstato aro
required tn exhibit them to tho ndminls rntor
wnnin ono year Irom the uato ol said letters, or
they may be precluded from any benefit of said
estato: nnd If not cxhibiiol within two years
from tho date of said letters, thev will be forever
barred. IJul.11 DAVID T. WADDY. itdrn'r
N OTICE Is hereby given that letters or admin
Istratlon wcro granted to the undersigned
on the. estate of Thomas E. Foley, deceased,
by the Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln
county, Mo , on the'31 day of Sept'r, 1872.
All persons having claims against said istnte
are required to exhibit thorn tu the administrator
for allowance within ono year from the dute of
said letters, or they may be precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited within
two years from the date of said letters they will
be forever barred.
sep!8 ANDREW B. FOLEY, Adin'r.
NOTICE Is hereby given that letters tes
tamentary were granted to the undersigned
by the Clerk of the Probate Court ol Lincoln
county, Mo., on the estate of Mary F. Vertrces,
deceased, on tho 20th day of Sent., 1872.
All per ons having claims against said estate
are required to exhibit them for allowance to the
Exccutcr within one year from tbs date ol
said letters, or they may be precluded from any
benefit of said estate, nnd If not exhibited within
two years from the date of said totters, they will
be furever barred.
oc2 BENEDICT CRUMP, Ex'r.
POLAND Ac CHINA VMS.
I HAVE for 'sale pure bred pigs, purchased
from the best families of the Poland and
China Hogs ol Messrs; Shepard k Aleiander, of
Charleston, Ills, I am convinced that this Is the
best breed of hogs for our state. Tbey grow to
a very large site, and fatten well at any age.
Price for choice pigs, neighing 60 pounds at
ten weeks old, $10. HENRY T. SnjDD.
Millwood, Mo., May 2Mb, 1872.
VOUR BUSINESS TN THE HERA! AMD
it tnxii r.Av.
VAts XV ' VH K'iSWsLl
lAlf A lyJTKYW
NEW HOPE, MO.,
lUyo "" lho
nnd ro now receiving a
NEW STOCK OF GOODS, .
and aro determined
NOT TO Hi; UNDERSOLD,
They expect to keep up their reputntlon for
GIVING THE BEST Pill CK
September 25, 1872.
A RENT I'Olt THE
WaUhan and Elgin
Which he will Furnish at Facto) y
T WOULD respcotfully announco (o the clll
tent of Lin:oln county' lhat I have secured
tho services of a I-'IKST-CLASd JOURNEY
MAN WATCHMAKER, and will
llcpnir Wall lies, Clocks and
AT MODERATE BATES,
AM) IN CSOOn OltDEK.
i:(iiivi(; mmtIiV i:xi: tt.:i
Jewelry bought of mo will bo em-raved frco
special attention paid tn watches that havo
been "botched" and "butchered" and nearly ru
ined by poor workmen.
pS- All Work U'ai ranted.
J. Ij. VAUtillAA,
f A A. Telegraph Office, Donfils' Building,
St. Louis & Keokuk Railroad
A Large Train of
Novelty Gash Store.
Il'.ELlNd thnnkful for former patronge, I will
say lo tho public, If they will continue their
patronage, nod will still bo reduced in prl"e.
W. b. COOPER, at Novell- ash Store.
Llori'EE 1 lbs tn tho Dollar.
J Threads of at' kinds 5 cenls a Spool.
Pins, only 5 cents npa per, .'. ccille" lho same, and
oilier article In same proportion, at
W. S. COOPER'S Novelty Cash Storo.
SALT One ear load en hand nt Ihc Novelty
Cash Store, which will be sold ehcun for oath.
DRY GOODS, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots
and Shoes, Groceries, ,f-c., a full supply at
V . S. CUUl'Kll'S Novelty Cah Store
"I'M IK highest market prico paid for Country
s. l'ruduce ut the novelty uash store:
18 ( intN tor Hffirs.
Ut Cents for Hucon Sides. '
IS Out for llama.
HAVING completed tny second Tear among
you, I nsk you to call and be posted.
W. 8. COOPER.
IJ'XPRESS WAGON nfways standing at lho
J door. Goods bought at the Novelty deliv
ered anywhere in town free uf .charge.
W. S. COOPER.
For Good Turnouts
GO TU THE BlUCK
LIVER 8 T.WJLE
ON MAIN STREET,
T Tt O Y , MO.
Buggies and Horses to hire. Horses boarded
by the day or Week. .
I also run a dally mall and passenger lino to
and from the St. L. K. !i N. rallroa. The hack
will leave Troy at 7 o'clock In the mornlug, mak
ing connection with both the Easter and West
ern bound trains. My backs and teams are kept
in good order, and careful drivers manage them.
n3')tf JACOB HARTM AN.
NOTICE s hereby given that the undersigned,
Superintendent of public schools of Lincoln
county, Mo., will, in acoirdance With the school
lat' of the State, hold public examination of
tooohers, on the 1st Saturday of every month, at
tke court bouse In Troy, and ou those day; only,
Xcchers will please bear this In mind.
W. 8. P3N4UX0T0H . Sup't Public Schools.
THE DRUG AND MEDICINE BUSINESS,
1875 -1 A NEW FIRM. J Ifffg
WOOLFOLK & Co.
(Successors to ITI. S. Bnllingcr.)
HAVlNti Purchased ilie' Interest of M. S. naklkngcr In the Drue and Medicine
Huslncsi, we would call the attention or the trade lo OUR COMPLETE!
DRUGS .1JD MEBICWES,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
SOAPS A.3ST3D PERFUMERIES,
PIs.LIN AND FANCY CANDIES. l lti VUS, TOBACCO,
Orders irom Phyqicianti Promptly rilled on the most
Our Slock will he found full and well assorted at all times, and
customers may rely upon always getting good and fresh goods, at th6
very lowest, jriccs. ,
Troy, Mo.. Feb'y 15, 1872, WOOLFOLK & CO.
SAlVT'l T, EAST,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
PICTURES & PICTURE FRAMES,
IPHO TO ?R APIt ALBUMS,
Perfumery and Fancy Articles,
SOAFS, BBVSJIES AND COMBS,
DPI3PES, CIGARS -A.1STX) TOBACCO,
RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AND NATIVE WINES,
FO'.l MEDICAL USE.
And Everything Uusually kept
Troy, Mo., May 1C, 1872.
II 1RDWARE, STOVES
If i I W till l,,l'i?,:,SJliJ,ii,,LlM,vK-
Sheet-Iron V .
A FINE LOT OF MOLINE
WI3STIDOW SASH A3STD GLASS
And Everything that' may be classed under the name of hardware.
v7nis STORE ON MAIN STREET, TROY, MO.
PROF. J. IIILfiER,
Trachrr of German pud French.
'TMIANKINU the citizens of Troy ami vicinity
JL for tbelr patronage during tho past year, I
would rcspectlully Inlorm them that uy classes
for 1872 and 1873 will begin as lollows I
First Term October litb, 1872.
Recund Term February 15th, 187.1.
Tuition $10 per term, payable In advance.
Those desiring to become pupils are requested
to notity meat least two weeks before the be
ginning of tho term.
Ladies will be Instructed at their respective
residences if they sodvsire.
For further Information apply at the court
house of J HILLEIl,
Aug. 28, 1872. Prof, of German and French.
N OTICE is hereby given that letters of admin.
Istratlon were granted to the undersigned
on the estate of Matilda A. Hller, deo'd, by the
Clerk of the t'robato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., on the;74h day of August, 1872.
All persons having claims sTgalnit said estate
are requlrcd)lo exhibit them to the administrator
for allowance within one year from the date of
said letters, or they may be precluded from any
benefit of said estate) and if not exhibited
within two years from the data of said letters
they will be forever barred.
ssplo35 K. O. SITTON, Adm't.
XJOTICK Is hereby given that letters or admin.
i.w Istratlon were g-anted (o the undersigned
on the co-partnership estate of Qulgley i llon
flls, oa she 10th day of July, 1872, by the Clerk
of the Probate Court of Lincoln county, Ma.
All persona having claims against salt estite
are required to exhibit them to the administrator
for allowance wllbln one yea front tho date ot
said lettert, or they may te preoluded f.om any
benefit of said estate) and If not txhiblttA
within two years from the al of aald lettert,
they will be forever barred.
JulSlnSl DAVID T, WADDY, AdVsV
in a First Class Drug Store)
Aft All Kinds
1" JlT r 1
AND INDUSTRIAL PLOWS,
'piIIS DAKEIIY WILL SUPPLY Y.OV WITH
Lifflit. Uenlthftil Bread,
Cheaper than you can make it, and lave
you the vexation of often teeing all your
Yeast and Dough turn out badly.
The spring and summer season will soon be
here, and In order to make It profitable to my
customers by furnishing tbcin bresd cheaper than'
they have hereiof:r been able to get It, I will
sell tickets, each ot which will he good for a ten
cent loaf of bread, at the rate of la tot $1, thu
giving $1.30 worth of bread for a dollar.
MY STOCK OF
IS LARGE AND VARIED, AND I KEEP
THE FINER QUALITIES AS
WELL AS STICK CANDIES,
Also, Figs, Raisins, tie., and all kinds of
Cakes Pound, Sponge, Lemon,
Tea, Scotch and Oinger.
All kinds of Cdkerand, Pastries mude to
order,. All orderi should be given at
least two days in advance.
NOTICE it hereby given that letter of d--ministration
were granted to the undersigned
on the estate! Of John Mayts, deceased, by the-'
Clerk of the Probate ;Court of Lincoln eotsaty,
Mo., tn the 17th day of October, 1872.
All (trsont having eltlins against tat estate
ar required to exhibit them to the administrator
for allowanoe within ne year froJvtbt date of
aid letters, or they may be precluded from any
benefit or tld ltt, aad tr not exhibited ulthife
toyenr from thods.lt tf wldlctteri ihaf m
u forever bbrtett. .
-M2IB44 V. II. If AYU8, Al',