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THE TROY HERALD.
VOL. 13. TROY. LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 30, 1878. NO 44 TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. AT l.SO a Year Ik AdrHon kOOAL AH OOUHTV MKWt. Weereaiithorliidte anaounee Thos. M sftrttaMarandldatoterCeasUbta anted- lVJ township, at tat muIbi siietlea. Wm. A, Can of New Hope dropped in eee a Monday. Dr. J. a Goodrich la. kereaad ready to attend to any work in the dental line. ICr. Fred Weokle, of Louisiana, nude as a pleasant call laat Saturday. Mr.X. D. Walton will apsak on tem perance, at Snow Hill, Saturday nigbt. Hand k Jackaon'a atom is crowded with customer's every day. Low Pntcis will draw trade. good attendance ia ezpeoted at Hub bard school house Saturday night Let oo ns tables see that there are bal lot-boxes at all the precincts, aa they are required to do according to law. Hand t Jackson will sell von more snods for less money than any other house in the oounty. It will pay you tc look through their stock. Mrs. .Wallace Wheeler and her sister, Mrs. Fulkerson, of St. Charles, oro vis iting relatives and friends in this place. Mr. Jss. A. Ball, of near Flint Hill, ia stopping at the Laclede, receiving ruedi oal treatment from Dr. Hutt. Howard 8. Parker will speak at Hub bard school house, Clark township, next Saturday night For the Best Bos, Parlor or Cook stove rt lowest prlcct, call on RU88KZ.Ii k GAISON. The best Overcoat (at the price 86.60), to be found in the market at Hand A Jackson's. E. J. Bice, photographer, hue removed to rooms nest door north of A B. Ellis' .grooerytstore, and isaow prepared for business. Call and give him a trial The eminent and eloquent Bishop Bran will lecture at Ghain-of-Rocka on Nov. 6th. We are under many obligations to lo cal correspondents for their valuable services. Gentlemen, please continue .your favors. Wo had the pleasure of a call from Mrs. M. J. Ricks last Friday, who kindly presented us some of the finest yellow bell flower apples we oversaw. Many thanks. BARGAINS) BARGAINS! BARGAINS! At 0. M. Hamilton's, who has Just re ceived a fall stock of Fall and Winter Goods, bought at low figures and exclu sively xor oaan, ana snaii oe sow xor uio smallest proits possible. Men's Heaw Winter Boots for tl.90 : men's Calf Boots, foil stock and warran ted, for 99.00 ; mens Heavy wots, guar anteed and warranted for $3.00. A larm assortment of men's and boy'a Hats and Caps, from 26a up. Gent a fall and winter Overcoats at prices that are unequal ed. 60 Ladies' Shawls from 25c. to 85.00 : Ladies' Ready-made Cloaks, of the latest style and handsomely trimmed, from 84.00 to $15.00. Ladies' Black Cashmerea from 20c. up. Black Alpacas from 18c. up. Myrtle green, seal brown and navy blue Cash meres for 25c, the handsomest goods in the market lor tne money. A ffood stock of Beaver Cloakinr Cloth and Woiirproofs. Ladies' and Chil dren's Fancy Hose in abundance. A heaw stock of Gent's Underwear. Shirts, Hosiery, Linen Collars, Neckties, Bilk mndkerciueis, etc, etc. 100 Bolts of Fancy Calicos. Jeans and Cotton Flannel by the cose, men's, wo- titles, and at prices that will suit the closest buyers. No one can say tWt the times are too hard and money too scarce to buy goods at C. M. HAMILTON'S HOT Cheap Canh Home I jgt Thero was a "housofull" at tho Mur phy meeting at Sluven's Chapel Sunday eveniag, the 20th inst. R. D. Walton addressed the meeting, and, as usual, made a good speech. Thos. H. Harris and M. Sedlocek each made a short speech,, Mr. Sedlocek gave his views upon tho charity portion of the pledge motto. Mr. H. urged upon the meeting the importance of keeping up the interest iu this movement The officers to serve for the next six months were elected John R. Britton, president ; J. W. Slo vens, 1st vice-prest ; Hugh Lowry, sec rotary. There ffre 160 members in this union, and sis persons sigued the pledgo at this meeting. All-wool Red and Gray Twilled Flannel 12 cents. Cott-ra Flannels 6 to 15c. ' Knickerbocker Suitings 10 and 12 Jo. . BlHck Cashmeres 20 to 7U0. Cashmeres, oil colors, 20c. Hand k Jackson. Mr. Elios Jforton's big dog has but lit tle affectionior candidates. At least this inference may be drawn from his violent attack upon Mr. Thos. H. Hams. When JUDGES tf ELECTION AN) VOTIM PRE- CIHCT. Th fnllnurtnir nsmml eentlamen wars an- pointed Judces of election for tUs general election in November next t Klertlon OUtrlct No. 1 A. Y. Drown. Wm. Lindsay snd Itvulien Gentry. No. i-ll. i: Wells, Jss. O. Usskett and win. u. mem. . . No. a Jumes A. Miller, at. u. Brown asu . W. Mi-ver. No. K. 8. Vounir. L. C. Wrlabt and P. 31. Howell. . . Mo. ft David Wilson, Wm. J. Lewis and I). 11. Sinlluv. So. K 11. 0. Pennington, W. O. Giles and Inuttit IK Owing. no. i inram.iauie.on, jquo sneinca anu II. II. Wntiiuiuuk. No. B-UfO. Mr. Morris, B. A. Williams tid It. 8. .learnt. No. -W. W. Shaw. Beverly Williams ami Bun vcurkainp. No. id aiiioi. iiunneunna, s. b. Mumn .ml K. It. WllllullMotl. No. ll Jesse inoinpion, Euwm k. Wliltesldo and It. U. Howard. No. li-Jocepli 11, Nelaou, U. V. Iloko and llemrlv lliivv. No. 14 K. I). Uurde.tr. Clmt. 8. Allows anO U. U. Wlitmntun. No. 14 A. l.Uiiiinlugtiam, Wm. J. Dry- lun ana a w, siiiiiu. No. IS W. II. Martin, Jos. M. Heady and Isauu D. Linn. PLACKS Or ELECTION! LOUISVILLE IPfilNKLES. The addition to Dr. East's drag home Mrs. Tony Cleisner returned, Friday, lis now nearly completed. It consists of from a protracted visit to Louisiana, herjtwo stories, each 51 by 31 feet Tho old home. I lower room will be used for storing heavy Mrs. Ned Huntsman ia absent on goods. It ia suggested that the up- viait to Louisiana. I per room will make an excellent daneis John Reynolds, Esq., of near Clarke- haD. Jaaaes Lanahan and Pope Ward ville, is spending a fow days in this vi- executed the brickwork, end L. C. oinity. Dr. Salmons lias been absent several days, near Millwood. Miss Lutie Young ia visiting in Curry- ville. Wright the wood work. Take your oats or com to F. W. Her- Ibaum and get a new wagon. Mrs. Mary J. Shaw, of Louisiana, and Miss Laura Fleener ia visiting in New Miss Anna Rosser, of Prairieville, ere Hope, visiting tne lamiiy oi air, a. wonon. James Blackwell and Mrs. Snllinger Hasnkss Saddlbs. I have assoda- were married on the evening of the 17th. ted with me John Kumbera, late of T. J. Frank Young ha. turned out twelve "J ?2gi2g hundred gallons of sorghum molasses and nndemtamls his business thorough- this season. He haa had twelve yeara ly. Ouratock of saddles, harness, eta, esperiencein this lino, and makes the is all of our own make. Will sell its finest article this county affords. L. call and snti.fr vourselvea. Sisty one scholars are now enrolled in M. Sbblacbk. No. 0, Nlnoveb. IH. Ciiulii.irf.Rocks II, Falmouth, Vi. Cnp-uu-Url), I ii. llurr uuk, U. Iiryileiiville, l. LHiii'k Mill. No. I.CImntilly, mnw noe, a.iiui.imiua.il. 4, Troy, A, Auburn, " U, Trnxton. 7, Mlllwoixl, " o. LoiiifVine, It wu ordered by the Court tout lliu Troy and Wrlulu City roml coulltiile tlie llnu bo- tween llm lluiiiiuru mcIioui nuuxtt irvciuvt nmltlie Liiin'i Mill pielnvt, tliono lulmiil tiinlH ruhlini eut of italil ruuU tu votu at tuo liuiiiiuril m-iiooi iioiko, una tiioita wentoi suld road at LlnnV Mill. Hand k Jackson carry the largest stock oi goods to no lounu in the county. Col. John E. Hutton and Mr. Chos. E. Peers failed to meet their appoint' menta at New Hopo and this place. County Attorney Dunnspoko to a fair audience nt tho former place, and brings favorable news as to the spirit of Democ racy in that region. Mr. Ktllriegol of the City Bnkery will make table jellies and whipped creams of all varieties on short notice. U7-ml our publio school, in charge of Mr. Da vid Duncan and Miss Lydia Estes. Miss Emma Estes is teaching again in Wm. Gillman's district We don't know who, if any, oppose Thos. H. Harris for constable in old Bedford.bnt feel confident that a no more worthy and competent gentleman will perform th duties of that office. It would take us some timo to express all we think and feel in connection with tho withdrawal of Mr. T. D. Fisher from tho field of labor on which, during noarly twelve years,ho has illustrated the quali ties of a first-class citizen, an unwaver ing devotion to the best interests of the peoplo, a frank and manly independence of character and hewing to tho line in journalistic duties, without fear, favor or affection, that give him an honorable prominence in the history of the county. Ben. W. Wheeler and wife returned ! this gentleman was passing in tho rear of from St Louis last Wednesday. Mrs. W. is recovering as rapidly as could bo expected. It is said that 20,000 bushels of wheat have been purchased at Prairieville, at from 75 to 81 cents per bushel, and ship ped north on the Short Lino road. Wi lawn from Mr. T. D. Wilkinson that tlio sugar cane in his section was eonsiderably damaged by the frost of last Friday night week. This is now an important crop in our oeunty. Men's CasUnere Suits $7. do wool Hats 75o. Boy's Boots 31.03 to 82.00. Men's Heavy Boots 81.90 to 83.00. dj white Shirts $1.01). do wool Over Shirts 60o. Ladies' Felt Skirts 50o. to 82.00. Hand k Jacnow. Wo presumo that our readcrs,liave no ticed the announcement oi nr. -rnos. a. Harris as a candidate for constable of this township. Mr. Harris is well known to our people as an intelligent reliable aud industrious citizan. His qualifica tions for tho position will not bo ques tioned. If elected, we believe he will make an efficient officer. Prof. E. M. Wollank and family left for Louisiana, Mo., laat Friday. Prof. W. will tako chargo of a largo music class organized by him when on a visit there about a woek ago. We noticed a lint of tho patrons, and recognized tho nanuw of many old acquaintances the v.iry host citizens of our former homo. The Professor ia thoroughly qualified aa an instructor, and is n gantlcmtn of Cna quality. Wa wla'i him sao (;u in hi new field of labor. The Professor wish oh us to ssy that ho feels the store, Monday morning, tho vicious animal laid hold of him, threw him down and inflicted a severe bitu upou tho calf of one of his legs. Mr. Harris gave the alarm und was rescued by Mr. Norton. Now is the time to set a No. 1 Wagon F. W. Harbaum will take Outs or Corn for pay. Mrs. Eliza Elum. an aged lady cf Clark township, whilo getting out of lnr wagon in front of Norton & Harlan's store, on Monday, fell heavily to tl:o around, receivinjr a sevens shock which mude her quite airk for n time, Mr. Hand went to her roliet and assisted her to his store. Sho was not seriously hurt FINE MILLINERY. Mrs. Buswell has just opened her stock of millinery, consisting of the cheapest to the mo3t cxpeusivo goods in that line, to which she invites the attcn tion of tho public. She hopes to secure the scrvioca of a dress maker soon, F. W. Harbaum is willing to do an exchange business; will exchango a wagon for corn or oats. dentistry! Dr. E. L. Sydnor ia prepared to do all kinds of Dental Work as low aa the low est. Guarantees satisfaction or monev refunded. 16oewf HEATING STOVS k COOK 8TOVE8 The largest assortment ever before of fered in the county can now be seen at the Hardware store of B. S. Crows, and at prices that will please the closest buyers. Bo sure to call whenSnTroy, and be con vinced that there is money and labor saved in substituting them for ftro places. Blacksmithing done in the best style and at the lowest rates at F. W. Harbacm'b. B. S. Crews keeps alwaya on hand n pure article of Hewing Machine oil. T T o..t. T.... II... ... i'r-- . U0Q t lMl io mT0 im ft CftU i:n. t.:..i n.'. I... 1. I HI blUJCO bilUI 1UCU IUUID nuvu iu- NEFAMILY GROCERY. Christian Graff has now on hand, nt his old staud, a full supply of Groceries. Hand k Jackson will pay tho hifihort market prioo for Dried Fruit, Chickens, Eggs, Yuru, etc Mr. Richard Wells of Aubrnn was in town Tuesdays He says that Mrs. Wells who was stricken with paralysis last Feb. has recovered the powor of walking about, but has no us j of one arm. NEW MILLINERY STORE. Mrs. Trail and Mias Mollie Wells have opened anew millinery otore in tho room formerly occupied by Mis Hhults. up stairs, wljokhig tho old stand of C. W. Pnrknr & Co. Thev cordiallv invito nl1. the Indies of Troy and the surronndia x country to call nndexamino their stock or Editor Herald : "Rambler" had the pleasure of an invitation to a seat behind a spanking team of sorrels, by tho ur bane, courteous, dry, crusty, lurkmgly humorous, pithly pointed, perfected per fection of goodly good follows, F. C. Coke, who kindly proffered to deposit us in staid old Auburn, '' v'Tbu lovflio l villsxe oftbo p'aln," asviaamortolizod by one of our greatest poets. Davy handled the reins with admirnble dexterity, and by him sat Prince Albert King Cake, whoso cauine eminence was to supply a hiatus the Saturdays of a school master's life, snd to reconcile the sentiment of tho following : 'Tin' ms'iooI niimli r ruitux In want or mom nay. lie .wc.ir bo will lmn It or c!n ko uvv.iy. Knur wi'i'k-makii a mould, U'livliig Siitur l.i) h out, Ami lifi'ii ha liol mauler uoe r-triittlH IlltOllt." Here's the oppensment : And lur lenr llmton kuiiic morn that Krsnky in't'bt run. lie iii'inlently tank lilm h lnr.; mid a uiin. Wo renewed inmiy old acqiiaintauve.i aud formed soino plousiuit uuw ones, nmong whom wero Messiu. Finley, of tho firm of Finley & Gloducy, Dr. Me Kay. Wilson June, WUUiimH, hi.nnnou, K.ilaton and others; the Teuguei, in whilom yenrB I know, I was glad to meot, Wo were kindly invited to visit the schools of rrofu. Avery, graduates of the Sttito Institute nt Columbia. The raeth ods of instruction so pro-emiuoutly a inpk'd to the advancement of youth, are so thorough and systematic, the dis cipline so exacting, that wo wero in a mensuro prepared to observe the profi ciency with whioh two largj classes, ono of arithmetic, tho other algebra, acquit' ted thomsclveo. The community is fortunato in secur ing the services of two young gentlemen so eminently qualified as they ; and we congratulate the Professors ou tho many mentions of their appreciation. different to conditions of fortune aud re gardless of personal consequences he lushed into tho bloody conflict with a I heroic devotion to tho righta and liber- Frpih cSZi of this year's ties of his countrymen. Through four ,rroWth at A. B. Ellis' grocery store, long years of privation, hardship and Quart cans 15o each ; 0 pint cans 20c. suffering, whether in camp, on the march or in the red rain of battle, he was as true as steel and a gentleman t all haz ards. His removal from among us will bo regretted by many warm friends. His old commander and constant friend, who peus this, would say more, but could not say less. With a heart-born tear right in the eye that has followed his career through seventeen years, my tongue fal ters, Theodore, good-bye. Wliiitii'ermy ntln m:iy lie. Ai.tl Tlmn uloiio (hut luti urn tell, May J on hu liupnVi blrtnud freo From Kirth'ii uiont hurtful lliu, Farewell Oct. 21th. Hand k Jackson are constantly receiv ing new goods. They are alwaya the (tret to reduce prices, when thero ia a decline in the wholesale market Cracked Wheat of a superior quality in 2 pound packages, at 25c per package, at A B. Ellis' grocery store. MARRIED. EM.IS CKOUtJII. Oct. 2". 167ft. st th rr.iencn of t'le lul e' rillif r. In llev. Mr. Iliiiiniiii, Mr v. a. KHN und Ms Vlnnlf A Crunch, sll ol tliU (-(iinty. GOOD FITTING CLOTHES! JOHN SYKOIIA Will muko ymi h koiiU h lit in cont pnntA m a & I.. L. imm I "I Ifl 3HI Villi KVV sslll M IIV'IVs as px cull for what yon want iu tho grocery .,,, l)rlwH ,,, work ..... ,, Uon line. You will find him accommodating fur. Ail work warranti tl. iu manner and reasonable iu prices. Tu the Editor of the Herald : Sir I understand that it ia being circulated by certain chnraeters, who dosiro to injure mo and to enhance their own political proFposts, that I am working privately against Home of tho Democmtio nominees, particularly, Cnpt T. R. Reid, candidate for circuit cleric l nave emu or uone very little during tho canvass, oxoept in imulio speeches, aud oerminiy notuiugto F. W. Harbaum doss all kinds of re nailing iu tho wood and irou lino on shortest uotico. Wo give Homo local notices this week of Mr. draffs bnaiuess. Ho is well known as n polite, offablo gentleman in business. Look out for his display ud vcrtiscmcut next week. grateful for patronage and atU utiens of Wo btylo lints and fashiouable trimmings. 1 pleai ttvx oi&uas while aojouxning hero. I They must Le t em to bs appreciated. 1 ligc, All tiersons iudobted to Woolfolk k Hand, either by note or account, will lease coma lorwnni unu acnia, una ou 0. K, WOOU'OLX. Go to Christian Graffs new store and T. MARTT1N, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, TllOY, MO. SHOP OVXB CBBWS HAUDWATtl! STORE. Perfect fits guaranteed, and all work made satisfactory. W. S. HUTT, M. D., PHYHICIAN. KUKUBON AM ACCOf CIlKtllt. TllOY, MO. Offer hl proreiolfinsl sorvli-ma tu the elt- the detriment of any Demoorn'tio nominee; wen or Troy snd vMiilty. He pay niywhofcpoli lUUllf W riCVb iud on l la, u wuiav-'i vyiiu. i , , . Reid was nominated by a majority of 770 HOWARDS. I'AltKKtl. popular votes, luwtheendorsementof the . rrultNKY smlCOUNSKI.OR AT LAW party for honesty and efficiency, and TROY, MI8SMUHI. ought, by all means, to be eieoted. x . ., nrnct,,.ft,n thCourts ol the Nineteenth .!..! . I I. .1.. uH.,.U....,,.t..l . , . i ii i ( v I a I vii rii ii, miu in tu,. r- ii i, 1 1 mi tvminvi to make a canvass of the whole county, the stute, UlHce ovur Crews' store. but have snoken in the localities whom I . a, I I I I I believeu tne most goou conm os enoouxt and in every place nave urged, ooiu pn vutelv mid unuliclv tho neaissity of Dem ocrats voting for the Democratio straight ticket and especially, for tho nomineos of tuo omces or represeumuvi', oiroiun uic i J. it. MUIRLI.AX. 4. CRKKCtt . McLELLAN & CREECH, A TTOKNKYS-AT-LAW, l THOY, M1HSOURI. Office In the Dsnk biilldlnir. J. M. ti- t ..II.... r'.,MlmU.l..nli.nlllllMluyHtA,lL J LUU UlHlWa Ul ICIIIDBDUHIMTV. VUVIUV VVM I lrHUII, VIIIIIUIIPf..UV, .. Ti.i.n.f.. w. mid tteasnrer. aa theaeawill probnhly be Crt i h, Isto Publio Administrator and rre.; .,,a.ti.i timn nvnf tiiflmat euutnia AttoruuVk ieui- I nud any man who asserts to the contrary nrououuco unequivocally, n maiioious ecuthia" AttorneVk DUNN ft COLBERT, shiadcrcr. Voir rrariAntfnllv. HOWABO S. pAnxzn. TO FARMERS AND PLANTERS. The subscriber is prepared to dig cis- terns, wens, pouiw, uiiriin tuwuuKu, and in fact, all kiodii of earth work, nt very low prices. By permission I would mmt rcspeotfully refer to Hie following gentlemen, for whom I have woiked s Dr. J. J. McElweo, F. B. Claro, B. H. Woramaok. Geo. W. Porter, J. E. Cum mins, J. Ihie'cer nnU A. L. Gililhwd. Wlti Cclxok, 33oct2t Muckville, Mo. ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW. TttOY, MTSBOURI. Will prnctlee in the courts ol the Nlueleeath Itullciul circuit. CollmtloiiK promptly at tuuiletl to. Office over Henry's boe shop. U. T. 'limn. 1'ro.ocutliig Attorney lor Lincoln. . jatv. inin B D. WALTON. n. H. AVIRV Walton a very, attobnkys-at.uaw, troy, missouri, Will nraetlf In all the caurtt of the IMh .ludlvliil elrrUlt slid tlin mmrcmo j onrt nt lltPHtute. II, ll. avitj win no iniinu iu Auhuni. wliereike will trsmaut asy hulu tor the Urm.