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THE HER A-LD.
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
Lf ml lis Your Ears.
friends, wo havo driven alonj; almost
through another year without a positive
demand for you to pay us what you aro
owing on notes and accounts provioui to
tho 1st of January, 1&72. Wp now
make tliis urgent call and demand, hop
ing that you will fully apprcciato our
itits and co urn forward without further
notice, and make uj glad to give you
PARKER, CREWS & CO.
0. W. PARKER,
1'or Hutt k Parrbb and Parker & Co.
October 1st, 1872.
Bo warned in timet "Old Malaria." is
'abroad and "shake" is tho order of the
day. Homciiiber that Power's Infallible
Ague Curo is perfectly harmless, and is
iwarrantcd to effect a cure. Thoro is no
going back on it; it nover fails when
used according to directions. Fur sale
by Dr. SAM'L T. EAST,
Dr. W. S. llutt has sold his residence
to Col. E. Sydnor for 82,500.
Sir. Hiram S. Brown, f Yolo county,
Calilornia, son of Mr. J. D. Brown of
this place, arrived here from that state
Tho editor of the IlcraM, 29 years of
age, cast his first vot yesterday for na
tioual, stato and county officers, fie
begins to feel that he is almost as good
as a negro, in this model republic of ours
M T. Bricten soils );rucariei as choap
as any store in Trey, and always keeps
the best quality. The highest market
price paid for bacon eggs and country
produce of all kinds. Call and examine
bin stock, and convince yourselves of the
superiority of his goods.
Tub S mall rox at New Hope The
following named persons have died near
New Hope, in this county, of small pox
E. II. Thompson, aged 20 years, on the
0th of October ; W. 31 Thompson, aged
22, J. M. Thompson, aged 20, and their
father, Gabriel 'i'hompson, ngid f)l, died
on the 24th of October ; Mrs. Francis
Thompson, wife of Gabriel Thompson,
nged 43. died on tho 30tl. Thee aro
nil of one family, only two daughters of
which are left. Waller Thompson, aged
20T son of Jesse Thompson, died on the
ISOtli, nnd Nick Ackormun on t ho 31st
Wo have linard of no new eases and hope
the disease is abating.
Attempted Rowieuy. Last Satur
l.iy evening about diiik, while Mr
Richard White and Mr George McCuwn
of this pl.co wera returning from Louis
iana, whither they had been on business
thoy wero attacked by three men, ahcut
nino miles this sido of that place, who
accosted them in u rude manner and
stopped their horse. Mr. Whito jumped
out of tho buggy ond drew his revolver,
when one of the men grappled him, and
iu attempting to shoot the man he shot
himsclt in the left hand. By this tiuio
one of the men was approaching with
a knife, when Mr. McCown shot and
hit him. II started off yelling murder,
and his confederates followed him. The
wound in Mr. White's hand is slight, the
ball passing around tho bene of the foru
linger without breaking it.
Below is liat of the letter remaining
in the Troy poatoffice. on the 1st inst.,
which if not tailed for will ba aent to
tho dead letter olDco at Washington
Arehcr Frank, Allworth J (J.
Bryan Miss Jane, Bullook A. S, Baker
Edward, Birgin Si Voth, Buckaan Misi
Martha, Blenntrbascctt M A, Brewer B A
Catcott George, Campbell Mrs J B 2,
Cottlo Louis,' Clark W A, Campbell Jos
Dyer Miss Donie, Duncan Mrs M K,
DutiKley wus, UiHtnitt Judge W a, Uun-
nho W D 2, Donald & Jarris, Dewell
East Georga B.
Fleming Mrs E, Fenety M.
Ilioks Mary E, Humphrey, Chas P,
Ilolt Joel, Hallka Hobt.
Jennings Laura D, Jones Lizzie, Jar
Tis W W, James Eliza. Joes W F.
Kemper Miss Fannie, 3Kerr George,
iveni jonn, Kingston a.
2Loenard Thos, l.arnel Ed, Lile Miss
Caroline, Jjambort Isaac
Myers Elijah, Marsh W U, Morris
Israel, Monken J B, Minnier Miss Fanov
Nuokols Mm E A, Nau Heinricb,
Ouslcy G W.
Ptok G W. Presley Mrs Ellen.
Bebinsop Mr Mary, Rick J O, Ric
inida, Kolhwell Geo U, Bote W L.
23anders Peter, Smith Mary A, Ste
plioosoD Lucy E, Shaw & Wommaok,
Shults H H, aiareie Thei, Siamm Wm,
Tuokcr John W, Tico D W, Tylor
Upon Nelson, Upson Beverly.
. Wjggint L.ui. Wilson T L, Waid
Jo. B. Cauttf, V. M,
, A workman died in Terre Haute lately
" apparent poterty, and 850,000 was
vuu iu in irHn.
ipey have a man in Vermont who
btn in the state prisea linot 1839.
Taxes! I87. Taxes!
Frederick Wine. Collector nf l.iripdln
county, Mo., will moot tho tas payers ut
the times and places set forth below for
the purpose of receiving their taxes :
Millwood, 'Ihursday, Friday, Saturday,
Louisville. Tuesday. WciIiuxuLiv nml
Thursday, Nov. 6, 0, 7.
Nineveh, Friday. Nov. 8.
Kennedy's Store, Saturday. Nov. 0.
Truzton, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Nov 11, 12, 13.
Lynn s Mill, Thursday, Nov. 14,
Post Uak, Friday, Saturday, and Mon
day, Nov 16, lfi. 18
Troy, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
.1.... XT lit n ...
any, iiuy, iu, -U, -1,
Bring description of land : will nut
havo time to cxamino deed.. Also ro
member that if tho taxes arc not raid hv
mo nrsi 01 uccemocr tno law compels
tno uouoctor to collect tliem liv force
and mat tnoro is no nroDertv excuint
irom levy ana sale lor taxes.
F. WING, Collector
Sept. IS, 1872. Lincoln couuty, Mo
Dr. T. L. Rives, of St. Charles, was
garroted and rpbbcd by a couple of ne
grocs in that city one night last neck
Ha was badly beaten ; and the News of
the 31st ult., says he is in a very critical
condition. St. Charlos it got ting up in
its city ways.
A Goon Offer Apple "Tubes In
stltlED. I will set and insure 3 and -1
year old opplo trees fur 820 per 100, fur
nishing good trees for two years to reset
all that die.
Price ol 2, 3 anil 4 year old trees at
tho Nursery is per 100, $11.50; per
dozen, 81 50.
Leading varieties mentioned in adver
tisement in another column, at greatly
All other kinds of fruit trees and nur
sery stock at customary rates,
A. M. SUULTS,
Mirsio. Mr. Albort Shrumek has, for
a hr'.ter convenience, organized a J.Strin
Baud, consisting of Basso, Violin, Cla-
rioucttand Trumpet!, and offers liis scr
vices to the public.
SlIRVMEK & CO,
n41w4 Troy, Mo.
"Early to bed oi.d curly tu lino,
Makes u man Lcnltliy, wcnlthy and wise.1
But in these days of malaria we are
all liable to bo attacked by Aguo and
Fever, and wo thou'd not forgot that
Power's Infallible Ague Cure, prepared
by Dr. S. T. East, is a speedy, safe and
sure curo for Aguo. It contains no
quinine or arsenic Every bottlo war
Wanted. Necessity compels us to
call upon our customers for a settlement
of their accounts. We havo an obliga
lion to meet and must liavo tl.u money
A word to the wife is sufficient.
r.43 MOHU & ALLEN.
AV. S. Cooper lias a largo supply of
Arbuckle's browned Coffee, tbo best in
use, and will keep a lull supply always
on band, beside: everything eUo in the
notion and grocery lino. Ilo is receiving
fresh supplies every week. Call at the
Novelty" and bo posted beforo buying
Enscoi'AL Sekvick llev. Dr. Jen
nings will conduct Divine service accord
ing to the ritual of tbo rrotestatit Epia
copal church, in the Methodist liouo of
worship, at Troy, on Tuesday, November
12, at 7 o'clock, p. m.
Tho demand for Telegraph Operators
is constantly being increased by tlio num.
bcr of new railroad and telegraph lines
which are being openod up iu the West
and South, thus making Telegraphy one
of tlio most proGtablo as well as most
pleasant employments in the country
To young persons of cither hex wo offer
supenoradvantages to learn this art, as we
have a hhort line expressly for learning,
also the benefit of practice on one of tbo
principlo lines in the country. We shall
endeavor to procure situations for our
pupils as soon as competent. Tones S10
per month in advance
ABBIE G. VAUGFIAN,
P & A Telegraph offico, Troy, Mo.
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 stook of goods, including dry goods,
groceries, bardwaro, &c. For tbo next
few weeks he will sell his present stock
off at largely reduced rates. Call before
it is too lato, if you wish to procure a
The valuo of farms in Mass. has de
creased 87,000,000 in two years.
Thousands of bushels of apples are
rotting en the ground in Western Mas
Fifty thousand aorcs f land are occu
pied in Franc with the cultivation ef
Radical registraiien outrage still con
tinue and no deubt will aa long as Radb
cats ar in a position to commit them.
It is laid that Gov. Hadley ha declared
the late registration of six towmhip of
Mississippi county, Arkansas, to bo null
aad void, These township are of ceurie
Btrngly anil Kadical.
Tub Largest Baby. Mr. W. E.
Niohols, five mil north ef Huntsville,
sn Monday gavo birth to a male infant
weighing 1G 1 2 pound 1 So says it
grandfather, Mr. Frail Niohel. Ran
dolph Citizen, v
Near Troy, Lincoln county. Mo., October 27,
1872, 8ALLII! TAYLOR VAUGHN, youngest
daughter of ltlcharJ and Catherine Vaughn,
V' III1 IIP I V-r UMDII
OIJLIXMJ (X, VVDD p
Wholesale ami Retail Dealers
GAS AND COAL-OIL
pipe xn ii vvius
PL UMBERS' MA TERIALS.
PlmiiliiiiK', tins niiil Steam
rilling done in nil flicir
EstiiuatCN and DESK'S
liirnistlKMl lor tins anil Coal
Oil Fixtures to light
ins iTEat'luiios nut up to
light public Iliiildings, and
warranted to give entire
A Sparge stock ol Fancy
Article, Excellent Holiday
Prcscdts, at Cost.
Store, 203 N. Fifth Street,
ST. LOUiS, MO.
aaoa $ 'tmis
11 'O 35 3? A 'fa O
THOSE In ncoil of Trees or Nursery stock of
any kind will Rail It to I ho-r tnicront to go
to the auovo Nursery, and buy a lot of Unts
AS IX IS
THE BEST TIIME
Anil liAimOE TUBE nro otTorc.l a (JOOI)
DEAL LOWER thin they will le again, after
tho presrnt unusunlly Inrgo stock of treos is ills
posed of. Ureat uurira'ns aro offered to tlioso
who wish to set largely of
Ren-Davis, Willowtwig, Winsap,
Muse's Crab, &c.
Jf For further particulars call at the Nur
sery, 3 wiles southeast of Troy, on the Tele
graph road, or address the proprietor.
-A.- IIVE- SHULTS,
o23n Troy, iTIo.
N OTICE is horeby given thot letters of admin
iitnuljn were granted to the undersigned
on tho estate of William T. Itlack, deceased,
by tho Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln
couniy, Mo , on tho 2 I day of Nor'r, 1872.
All Dorsons having olalins aralnst said estate,
are required to exhibit them to (he iidininlttrator
for allowance within one year from the date of
said letters, or they may bo precluded from any
benefit of said estate und If not exhibited within
two years from the date of said letters they will
be lorerer uarreu.
ntv8 MARTIN V. MOSLEY, Adin'r.
NOTICE Is hereby given that loiters of ad
ministration were granted to tho under
signed on the estate of Henry Quigler, deo'd,
by tho Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln
county, Mo., on the 10th day of July, 1872.
Persons having claims against laid estato are
required to exhibit them to the ndmlnis rator
within one year from the dato of said letters, or
they may be precluded from any benefit of said
cstute ; and If not exhlbitel within two years
from tho date of ttid letters, they will be forcrer
barred. IJulSll DAVID T. WADDY. dni'r
YOUIl BUSINESS IN THE HERA
IT WILL lAV.
A YEAR ONLY FOR THE HERALD
asms ok fc
NEW HOPE, MO.
liavo rcmuvnl to tlio Ira (T. Nelson house,
nnd am now receiving a
ami nro determine,!
ivot to in: i Iii:-(sofii.
They expect to keep up tliclr reputation for
GIVING T11K BKST Pl!l ( h
September 25, 1872.
T I. O 1VE O.
aoent for tiii:
lfalthan anrf IJiyhi
Which he will Furnish tt Facto) ij
T WOULD respectfully announce io tbo citl'
L lent uf Lincoln county I tint 1 luiro secured
the services or ,i FIRST-CLASS JOURNEY
MAN WATCHMAKER, ami will
Repair Wale lies, CIotE; and
AT MODERATE RATES,
ami in coon oitnr.it.
kxhuwixg m:tly uxiiti :ti:i
Jewelry bought of mo will bo biiruvutl freo
Special atlcntirn j n 1 it to wntcbe 1 lint havo
been "botcheil" nnd "butcbcrcJ" and nearly ru
Ined by nntr workmen.
jjrir All U'urk Wni ranted
f. L. VAIIIEA
1 X- A. Telegraph Office. Konflls Ituibling,
St. Louis & Keokuk Railroad
A Large Train ol
Nove ty Cash Store.
TT"i:i'.LIN; thankful for former patrongo, I will
X any to tlio l uljlic, II lliuy win continuo their
patronage, good will still bp reduced In piie.
W.fc. COOPER, ut Xoelty I uh Slor
TOFFEE I lbs to tbo Dollar.
Threads of nl kinds 5 icnH a Spool.
Pin.", only 5 cents a panel , ;.ccdU"t Iho same, and
other articles in fame proportion, at
w, S. (JUUl'KU 'S aoiclty uaju fitoro.
CJAI.T Ono car load rn hand at the Novelty
Cash Storo, which will bo told clicup for cull
T RY GOODS, Clothing, Hats and Cnps. Hoots
XJ and Mines, (Iroccriis, iti, a full supply nt
. S. UUOl'KK'S Novelty casli Store
THE highctt mnrkct prico paid for Country
L l'roilueo nt tlie Mivelty tilth Sluro :
IH ( cuts tor lggs.
IO CentH for Ilacun Sides.
If! Cents far Hums.
TTAVINO completed my second year among
xi you, I nsK you to call ami icpotcii,
W. 8. COoPKtl.
TXPIIESS WAOON always stnnding at tlio
-J door. Ooods boughc ut tho Novelty deliv
ered anywhere in town freo of charge.
W. S. COOPER.
For Good Turnouts
GO TO THK HRKJK
ON MAIN STREET,
Buggies and Horses to hiro. Horses boarded
by tho doy or week.
I also run a daily mall nnd passenger line to
and from the St. L. K. Jc N. railroad, The hack
will leavo Troy at 7 o'clock in the mornlng,'iuak
Ing connection with both Iho Eastern and West
ern bound train.. My hacks and teams aro kept
In good order, und careful drivers manage them.
n30tf JACOU HART.MAN.
rOLANU A CHINA' PI.
I HAVE for sale puro bred nigs, purchased
from tho best lamllios of the Poland and
China Hogs of .Meisrs, tihepard ic Alexauder, of
tnanesion, Ills, 1 um convtiicou that tb's Is iho
best breed of hgs for our atiite. They gruw to
a very largo sue, unu luiien wen at any ago,
i rico lor cooice p'g, weighing ou pounds at
I ten weeks old, fin. iu..Mtv t.tlUUV.
Millwood, Mo., May 25tb, 1872.
THE DRUG ANP MEDICINE BUSINESS.
A NEW FIRM.
W00LF0LK & Co.
(Successors to Hi. S. nalliner.)
HAVINfi Purcliaicil ilic Interest nf SI. H. Ilallliigcr In the l)ru and Medlcluo
nilnos, we would cull the attention of the trade tu OUIt COMI'l.lVl'H
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
SOAPS A.3ST3D PERFUMERIES,
noons .i.vn sttioj9jewv9
PliiLIIV Ai'I FAiWY 3 AI 1HS, t It; A Its, TOBACCO,
&,c9 fcc, ' Sec.
Onlei'N from Physicians Promptly Filled on the most
Our Sleek will he found full ami well assorted nt all times, and
customers may rely upon always yetting good and fresh goods, at the
eery lowest, prices.
Troy, Mo.. Feb'y lfi, 1872. WOOLFOLK Sc. CO.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
SCHOOL BOOKS AA1 STATIOB:it Y,
PICTURES & PICTURE FRAMES,
Perfumery ami Fancy Irtictes,
SOARS, BRUSHES AND COMBS,
PIPES, CIGARS A-1ST 3D TOBACCO,
RYE 8c BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AND NATIVE WINES,
FOlt MEDICAL USE.
And Everything Uusually kept in a First Class Drug Store
Troy, Mo., May 18, 1S72.
JOHN P. LYNOTT,
Tin, Copper. TVfTAY All Kinds
r I I ,1 I NN. .l
A FINE LOT OF HOLING
WINDOW SASH GLASS,
And Everything that may le classed under the name of hardware.
STOIli: ON 11 A I
IKOI J, IIIIsLEU,
Trarlifr or Qrrmaii .-ml French.
TIIANKINO tho clllJCin of Troy and vicinity
fur their patroniiKo during tho past year, I
would rrsjicctfully Inlorm I lain that my classes
for 1872'aud 1873 will bt-gln as lollows:
First Trrui October 15th, 1872.
Second Term February IStli, 1873.
Tuition $10 per term, piyablo In advance.
Those desiring to become pupils uro requested
to notify mo at least two weeks before the bo
ginning of the tcrii).
Ladies will bo iistructed at their respective
rcsldonccs If they so desire.
Fur further Information opply at tho court
houso of J 11ILLEK,
Aug. 28, 1872. I'rof. of (leruitn and Freucb.
N OTICE is Lereby given that letters of admin
istration weru tranled to the cnderslgned
on the estate nf Matilda A. Idler, deo'd, by Iho
Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., on lhe;7th doy of August, 1872.
All nersons having o'alms against said estate
ore requlrodto exhibit them to iho adminlstritor
for nllowanco within one yoar from the date of
said letters, or they may lie prncludcd from any
benoflt of said citato and If not exhibited
within mo years from tho dato of said letters
they will bo forever barrod.
sepln39 E. O. SITTON, Adin'r
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin
istration wera g-anted to the undersigned
on tho copartnership eslato or Uulgley .v Hi n
fils, on the lOlli day of July, 1872, by th Clerk
of I lit I'robate Court of Lincoln couuty, Ma
All pertuus having claims against said eslato
aro required tu exhibit thorn to tho aduilulttrator
fur nllowunco within one year from thu dato of
aid letters, or thoy may bo precluded f oin any
benrllt nf said estate ; nnd If not exhibited
within two years from the date of suld leltus,
they will bo lorever hurird.
jul3ln3l DAVID T. WWDDY, Sdm'r.
Kutmerlbe (ov Ilia IMJllAl.tt. Muly $1
"jr?mrft-m . unttoj and
T ' " l-J n . I 1
AND INDUSTRIAL PLOWS,
i iirirLLiTLii I
-taWIISSfe KETAIL PBI0E8.
V STREET, TROY, ITIO.
rjMIIS BAKEUY WILL SUPPLY YOU '.VIT1I
Gheunrr than you can make it, and $avo
you the vexation of often teeing all your
least anil Dough turn out Laitly.
Tho spring nnd summer season will soon Id
here, nnd In order to make It profitable to my
customers by furnishing them brcud cheaper than
thoy havo heretofore been able to get ft, I will
sell llckols, each ot whkh will be good for a Ion
cent loaf of bread, at tho rate of 13 for $1, thui
giving $1.30 worth of bread for a dollar.
MY STOCK OF
13 LARUE AND VUUED, AND I KEEP
TUB KINEH QUALITIES AS
WELL AS STICK CANDIES.
Also, Figs, Raisins, Ac, and all kinds ij'
Cake I'ound, Sponge, Lemon,
Tia, iseotch and Ginger.
All kinds of' Cuius and Pattriet made to
order. All orders, should le given ut
least tico days in advance.
yOTICE is hereby given that letters n uil
l 1 ministration wero granted Iu the underilgni d
on tho cstato of John Muyes, deceased, lo Hi '
Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln cocnt ,
Mo on the 17th day of Ootouir, 1172,
All persons having claims against said elu.
aro required to exhibit them to tbo admluliliat. r
for all owauco wllhlit ono year frujt the duto
sail letters, or they may be precluded from in
benellt of snld estate, and If not exhibited wiu. i
two years from the date ef said letters they w t
bo forever barred,
I vcnll W..44-. 4UYE8,.AaVr