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E.T. ELLIS, UDlTOlt. Troy, Mo. FRIDAY, - APRIL 27, 18G6 JOHNSON Mass Meeting, To be held at Traxton, Lin coln County, .Ho., April 28th I860. All persons who are favorablo to the reconduction prlicy of ANDREW JOHNSON, and the Veto of.tlie i'reed ucn's Bureau bill, and the Veto of the Civil Rights bill, aro invited to come and participate in aid meeting. The following speaker have been in filed and arc cxpei-icd to be present. R. A. Cambell, of Cowling Green, Mo. Wm. II. Jcdso.n, of Montgomery City. Col. Morse Y, of Warrcnton. Jas. M. McLcllan, of Troy, Mo. A. V. McKbb, " ' ' Henry Quiglev, " " Job B. Allen, Traxton. Speaking to commence at one o'clock P 31. 31A.VST VOTERS. For Sale. Read advertisement of farm for silo. Good tand good house, and cheap. SchBUdicr's History of the War. The Agent, Mr. Burger, will he in Troy next week for the purpose of de livering to subscribers the above history. All who subscribed for tho work will therefore be prepared with tho '.''recti becks, to pay and rccelvo the book. Slate Iusuraucc Company. Read advertisement of tho above com pany and then get your Louie and barn insured. It is the safest and best com pany in the State, therefore the people ought to patronize it. Tnixliiu lakes (lie Lead. As will be seen by a call in thi column, that the Johnson men of Trux ton and vicinity, are the 6rat to call and hold a meeting in this county in support of the President and hU reconstruction policy. All honor to thcmt-iusy their efforts do much good, and encourage oth ers to sustain the President, the Union, and the Constitution as it if. hot all disunionists remember that the old Con stitution is a good one, and docs not need any amendments hy them. The old Un ion the old Constitution and a while man's government, should bo tho wauh word of all goad and true friends of their country. Stores and Tin Ware. Wo direct the attention of the citizens of this county to the advertisement of Mr. Lynott, who has purchased the stock in trade from D. RubecII, and will carry on the busi ness at his old stand in Troy. Ho will keep on hand or make to order, on the shortest notice, any article in his lino, as low as can be, purchased in St. Louis, freight added, AH persons who may want any article iu his line will do well to give him a call. D. BUSSell wants those who owo him to call at Crump aud Wings store and pay ! what tbey owe him. Head his advertise ment, then go and pay his agent. The St. Louis Republican says tho President has signed the bill rcimburting Missouri for moneys advanced and debts incurred in potting troops into the held for the common defenco in the late war, The sum appropriated is 80,710,000. From this is to be deducted tho amount of.the direct tax, about 871C,000. The um due is to he determined by commiss ioners. A Protracted Meeting Will be held at the Christian Church in Txoy, commencing Saturday evening next. Soveral ministers have been invi ted and are expected to bo in attendance. BeilOTali Mrs. Sedlacck has removed her Millinury sture into tho new room, one door cast of tho Post office, whero he has a fine assortment of new bonnets and bats for the ladies. l..Mtaa nil. . PlasteriBff. Bead advertisement in viting bids for plastering the Baptist Church in Troy. j. Get a Picture, Now, before Van dcrenter leave town, as you may never lit vo another Artist to town as good as Van. and then, when lie takes it you are certain to get a good one. Call on him soon, or you may be too late. Uandkercuier Preaching. A correspondent of the Chrittian lie- fleeter says: "I notice in some cases n handkerchief babit in the pulpit, wlncli has led mo to inquire if the use of that very ticeoisary nrticlo is a part of thco loim-al traiuiae. I notice some ministers take it out of tlioir pockets as they do their sermons, ana lay it on the pulpit Some spread it out lengbtwisc through tho tnidUlc ot tho Uiblc; some roil it up and tuck it under the Biblo ; tome shako it over their heads ; some clinch it in their haiids as if they were going to throw it at Hio audience, and somo keep crowding . . ....,.-. ..ll! . -.. ! u in utcirpucKcis, aim puuing uuuiugain, with a nervous movement, as it they did not know what use to make ot trio r hands I weal once to hear :i popular youttu preacher, and si: much r.i half lib seimon was muds ujof p.itfie'.-haiiiila-rchtcl.ntid the moat of t':e o her ha'.!' wia itold watch and scrapj of poetry." PRESTlitXT JOUASOX Is laboring to restore tho Union, and perpctitito tl.u uorvrnmtnt according to the system of i:.i louiricra Lungresi is working to prevent t!ij ie'.ontioii of the Union, atiu so t:iii:e a ::ir.'i oi uov- erutnefit. President Juiiiuon accepts the Constitution at his jrutde. Congress spits upon the Constitution. Anil yet, with the.se vital differences, tl.e.-e antipodal policies, there has been much talk about "ccmpromhe" unl "harmony" between the Executive and the Legislative branch es. There is no hall-way ground upon which to treat or negotiate, and t-o far as the President is concerned he declares: "I intend to stick to my position, relying on the judgment and intelligence of tho people." Ho is, he says, tho tribune of the people, and is determined to assert the power which the pcoplo have placed in him. Time will diii.osc that the Pres ident's reliance will not fail. He wjll be indorsed, Detained and upheld by the sovereigns of the land, and the revolu tionists who now denounce and vilify him for his patriotic efforts to restore the Un ion and proTOte price and fraternity will be swept from place and iiulueu.e as by a tornado. St. Louis Republican. Nearly nil of all the Federal office holders in Kansas suprort President luluison and bis policy. Amonir them arc James L McDowell, Postwar (or, Leavenworth; T. A. Osborn, TJ. S. Marshal; John A. Martin, PoMir.nnter, Atchison ; II. S. Sleeper, Surveyor Gen eral M. W. Delahay, U. S. Judge, and J. S. Emery, District Attorney. (Stiver ncrS. d. Cranibrd and Senator Jim Lane aro also supporters of the President. Agricultural Societies. Tho stock holders of tho Callaway County Agricultural Society have deter mined to hold a fair next fall. At a meeting held at Fulton on the 14th inst. Messri. C. A. Bailey and I. D. Snediior were elcetcJ President and Secretary for the or.suoing jeur. New grounds will bo fitted up on a" liberal plan, and premiums to ciiual any county fair in the State arc to be awarded to competitors. Tho farmers of Audrain county, on Wednesday last, organized an Agricultu ral and Meehaniual Association, and took initiatory steps for holding a fair next fall. The swoid everywhere in Missouri is being turned into the ploughshare, and but f.'i- tho demagoguery of radicalism, the onward march of the State in pros p.!,-it) and to greatness would bo com plete. St. Louis Republican. . ... - t Prospects m the South. A business letter from a merchant in the South to a gen'lcman of this city, un der date rf April 13th, at Montgomery Alabama, says: " I' lie political aspects arc preventing ilm planters from doing as much as thoy otherwise would do, and I fear that we will not make anything like 33 largo crops as anticipated. Capitalists who were advancing means to planters have quit, owini to the uncertainty, and rn'iny farms will bo abandoned for want of moans." No doubt tliN is the truth. The only wonder is that the business men ami cap itiiiuts o: i lie enure ..win io nor. tee it. The Southern people are anxious, in good faith, to take their place in the Union and renew their prosperity. They have no other course to pursue or to wish to pur me. Hut for the pestilent agitators of th j Stevens, Sumner and Trumbull school all would soon be well, and the country would be prosperous beyond former ex ample. Business men of St. Louis, who desire trade with the South, ought to reflect that the Southern people cannot supply the means of commerce if they aro not per mitted to go to work. Political agitation, looking to the robbery of the whole pco pie, is a poor encouragement to industry. St. Louis Republican. Ono James D. Snoddy, a tender-hearted, amiable "Christian gentleman" (of the Babcoke order,) and Radical editor of the Kansas Border Sentinel, is not very well pleased with Jim Lane's voting in support of the President's veto of tho Civil nights bill, and here is what be says of him: Poor, fied-forsaken wretch, may bell's faottcit hole rcceire htm toon I I .lUllJJfe.Ti.SKl. iu tutu m a (ru V ,,, ,,, .in ,,, h.i. m.,i V..,.v.Tro V .1... . rm, thous-h deeply injured;, be stands or. oo high ground, A Remarkable Death Scene. mt It t a .a anc tallowing account is given as a veritable occurrence, at the liouse ot ivr. D.'A. Pease, of Detroit, on the occurrence ot the death of Mr. WMcox, un aged man, father of Mrs. Pea-c. Dr. Pease, who is a gentleman of lush character and stand ing, himself narrates the incident. We give an extract : A few minutes after he ceased to breathe, the family sitting in tho room, in silence contemplating the scencc before them, our daughter, S. M., remarked, "I sec six beautiful spirits standing around the oouy, ana a white, sncet-iue appear ance just over it. Now I seo a golden light proceeding from the crown of the head, and spreading out over the body, and the sheet-like appear.mcoia keptcon stantly in motion. The spirit standing at the head waves his hand toward the door." Wc, all but one, leave the room. What does it mean? The spirit replies, "De part, and return iu one hour." We again took our scats. ''I seo," said the medium, ' a spirit-form directly over tho body ; it is plump and fair, with eyes closed, and seems to bo asleep." Ques tion, ''May we know who those heavenly visitants are?" The vuaidiannpirit re plied, "His father, wife, son aud daugh ter." Question, "Was he conscious at the time of his departure ?'' "No : but in about six hours ho will awako liko a new-born babe." Question bv his daugh ter, Mrs. D. A. Pease, "Hnvo you not a word for me?" '"Yes: whtm your time comes, in like manner you will be eared for , Tho meaiuni sav?, '-l tee a beautiful young lady with a uoldon harp." A de scription is given, and who is re.'ognizcd as Jane, a niece, who passed away some thirty years tinea. The medium alro de scribes fourteen beautiful spintsjust out side of the window, bearing in their hands musical iiifii uuicnts and ilowcrs, who lorm in rows of seven each. The golden cord proceeding from the head ha dimiuislicd in size. 'The guardian spirit says, "In about five minutes we will be r ady to lepart. Will you please open the win dow ?"' Question, "Can't vou depart without it?" '-Yei: but now we prefer an open space, l tic window was tnrown opcu, and they all departed through the lines formed outa.de, trium; hantly wav ing their hands as they ascended with the new-born spirit. The Hop Trade of Wisconsin. The hon trade is an important line cd hnsiness at Kilbourn. Wis., as the culture of that pungent vegetab'c U an impfr- tant branch ot industry in tho Mirrounu- Iiii. njimtlm. nf!!iL' ririit PMllmliln. Si n the gathering of last fall's ctor, there "1 , .Iin . . . . . nave neon ueiwcen .. ami -iuo ions 01 hops shipped at Kilbourn depot. I hese brought the producers, on mi average, bout Ijo per pound nuiKing tne money --liio .if tlii l-.r..rluf t !i!nlu! 2:11)11.(11)0. .Mr. Noyes.the station ugeut there, thinks the export tor the year win not laii snort .if half a million of dollar. He also tales that fifteen cents is a rcnumerativo price for rai.-ing hops; and that buyers irivn nflnrpil t.i pnnfrnet ut thirtv cents per pound for tho next five years. In view of these facts, it is not surprisini; that the business is on the increase. Hundreds of thousands of hop-poles arc being got out this winter from tho woods and marshes near by. ll'.diug over tho circumjacent pruirie3, one-half thu farm ers that you meet on the road arc going after hop-poles, and the other half are returning with them. "Hop-poles," is theory with this people. With Patrick Henry, they claim, "I know not what course others may take, but as for me, (;ive me hop-poles, or give me death !" It is estimated that the area of ground planted with hops in this section the com ing reason, will bo titi per ceut. greater than ever before, and fully five times as great as three years ago. Exchange. The Chicago Election. Frcm the Time.", April 18th. The municipal election yesterday re suited in a substantial Democratic victo ry. List year the Republicans elected fifteen of the sixteen Alderman ; yester day they elected only nine of the sixteen; while the Democratic gain on tho popu lar vote is between four and five thou sand. This is well ; but the Democracy miuht have done better. Had they nom inated tickets in every ward, presented bold and united fronts everywhere, and fought the contest with the vigor of which they are so capable, they would have car ried the city. They seo this now, and will hereafter profit by tho experience. The events and result of the election disclose one fact unmistakably. They disclose that the Republican party here, which a year ago was so strong and defi ant, is now broken up, dispirited demor alized. It is melting away. Under tho same process of disintegration which has been at work l'or six months past, it will have dissolved six months hen:e. A dis union party, Chicago repudiates it. A party devoted to easelces strife between the tections after all causo of strife has been removed, Chicago will not tolerate it. A party whose declared policy is ne gro suffrage and negro equality all ov.r the country, Chicago spews it out. The indications of public opinion are the same throughout tho West as here Tho people of tho West, by un enormous majority, are for immediate and perfect restoration to the Union, and they will sweep rut of existence the party which seeks disunion. It is the deliberate pur pose of the Republican party that tho Southern States shall not participate in the next Presidcntnl election, and that thereafter they shall be kept in a provin cial condition until they shall submit to Africanization. It would b9 lamentable indeed if this party were not in tho pro cess of rapid -decay, Proclamation ! G PRESIDENT JOHNSON His proclaimed that War no longer ex ists and peace is restored throughout the R land, And Hutt and Parker Proclaim that K T H E "ST HAVE OPENED THE SPRING TRADE E in the town of with a w SPLENDID STOCK OF Spring and Summer Goods, B which they offer to their customers AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES A I The Bottom Las Been Reached, And c We adviso all who have purchases to isi'ac ta ley their gooli nhlt they are Down. Bring along your K G 21 E E K B A C K S, And your PROD TJ C E , s Aud you will get full value at our store. HUTT AM PARKER. April 13th, 1SUG. nlG NEW GOODS. The undersigned at his old stand in the town of M I L L W 0 0 D, is receiving this week a LARGE STOCK OF WELL SELECTED COOKS, suited for the cason, which together with his present stock nn hand, makes up an assortment of almost EVERY ARTICLE usually found in a Country Store, all of which will be SOLD AS LOW as thoy can be afforded or on "Very Short Time, or exchanged for Country Produce, Feeling very thankful for former pat ronage, he hopes to merit a continuance of the same. H. T. MUDD. Millwood, April 10, 18(36. nl6-p'2m J. F. TORREY Sc. CO. Wholesale and Retail dealer. In BOOKS AND STATIONERY, Periodicals & Cheap Publications.; No, 19 N. Fourth et, oppoilto the Curt Home, St. Louii, Mo. Orden from the country promptly attended to, and forwarded at quick di by any other bouse in 6t. Louli. sprit 13, 9m THE EVANS ORIGINAL World Renowned Gift Book Establishment. Instituted by G. G. Evans in 18.T t. It has outlived all competitors All hooks sold at publishers' retail prices, and a Rcautifnl and Useful Present, worth from '2ft tents to 100 dollars, given with each book. Agents wanted everywhere, Ex tra inducements to all persons who will act 11s Agents. Send tor the now classi fied catalogue, containing a list of books in every department of literature, also instructions for forming Clubs, &c, for the G. G. Evans Gift Book Store, 628 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Editors inserting the above will receive a handsomo prosent on receipt of tbeir paper containing the same. THE LINCOLN COliNTf HERALD ITEWSPAPEB BOOK & JOB OFFICE Having made important additions to our Job Office, we take pleasure to in form our friends and tho business public generally that we are now fully prepared to fill alt orders for Plain and Ornamental - JOB PRINTING. Get Ywr POSTER PRINTED AT THE HERALD OFFICE. Dj You Wish to Gfit NEAT CIRCULARS, CALL AT TUB LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD OFPIC E. Invitation Tickets Neatly Printed at the rv GET VOUIl AND ALL KINDS OF LEGAL -WOK.B: AT THE 4HERALD OFFICE." HORSE AND JACK BILL! Done Neatly and Promptly at the "Lincoln County Herald' OFFICE. TERMS CASH 5!! t TO THE LADIES. . ttEltin V a. - w au MHS,tS5?I,AFEK aU "'I'Cctfull, Infon. at tho UIm of Troy d lclnity, tb.?.ff5B rsmeviksritookor MIIL1 NICKY GOOD Ihtto Dm Sk Waddl. mmii ung iur, and on door mm r .. rl um., warn the will mUU, th. ,Uit st7i, " 9 .BONNETS, HATS, P RIBBONS St FLOWER. which ctnnot fill to tltate. and ai mnA . ,' o wn. .er brought to'thl. Cfcet. ' itrn prepared to 1 tB " Cut & Make TivGttHGm In tho latcj end most approved petterni. All WArlf Ih m. It.. .1 - 1 ., . ........ u. iu mi- i.auieeoi royanci vicinity fa. put patrutiegn, I l.opa (0 merit and reoclvo coo. linuiuico of the f ume, m It rill 1 vor be uy ind. in pit iie them. iipril 2il 18C'l.j 7 rl.nt.r..l .1... r .... 1 1NAL HE'lTLUMENT. NOTICh li licu-hy plvm lonll pcrtoni Intlrtit. od IhM the iir.dcrsljjimd Kxcrutvr of th. eitttttf imisv wri.rv diet and, will rjnke u final lettU. ratiit of bin ndinlnljlta'lun of raid estate at the nent may torm of the Limolii onuutjr Courtj tob bcKiin ur.d held iu Troy, 011 tin- Mt'u illy of m, IhW. Sakit.1. Howiu. tiecatw April iO, 1868 til? -lw ADMIXISTRITOBS NUTlt'Ei N0T1CI5 h hcrchj glveii thai letter ef 11 mliiMratlon ncra prinlol to It chard U'onimitk on the i-stut-. of William Trail do.:u.id, At,u 17, liCil.hy the Cleric or thu county Court cf Lis. coin county, lourl. All person havine i-!j0, aKttlmt t.ild ejtale uronquircl to exhibit then,', the administrator for alLvraaco within oncjitr from the date of said httt-rf, or they tnav le i,, i ludcd from any hencfit of said estate, o'nd Ifru' exhibited Mlihin thrueycar from thu ilae uf.ilj letten thoy will l.a forcv, r ba-ud. UifUii-.n Vi)imic, Admlnljtriu April 1.1, m6. nl7 Ix Alminitintot'N Sale. BY vlttuo of .in order of th W-irren count Courl made at the ailjuurn d ten:, tnelho-.-and light iiundred and si.tfive i lei;.) I j In obedience to ald order, in tli-j nf cculh Utii dy ur May next, at th fiitdoi.r if the Ceo-. Hume, In ll.e town of 'lri--, In Mnnoln eouait, Mlj'ourl, and during the i-itrUn of tho (.'outi Court of Lincoln couuly, 1 j-,i,- i j ul He auc'.i i nil tin; lutcic-it of John Q. A. Ulrkhiad, dt:tfl, In nnd to the ni.1 eitutu dciiibed ne futlt.itb Mil : Forty (4 3) ic-iMof the south vim cj-jar'.'- ef ti. north e.i.t qai.iter of hc-tion e.htei.n (l!-iit-ship filly (f.u.) rati(o two , vt. K-f,bty (.lOj.ieru lotor.e ofthc "..u'.l. vi-n oun ter or i-c.-i.il.iu cightcin (IS) ui'nih.r. tftj, ttti range two wist. J110 luiiidr A ai.d f.ft.v cich' ceri. n.t "Ubl; tour li.ioil'ethi ol'an acre (!n hi-H'3 aciiil li! two (CI of lb-- ti.i:'!i -o-t qiiarltr uf rection ij!i teen, (IS) town. hip lif.j i5U)ri:.c tiro nmi. li r;. f:vi- a..--- .in 1 tw.-nty r.me cue hui.dnth, ol'an r.--. .45 C-in.) ro-niijoftho r- ..oar ter of th - louh t..-. 0:. uti-r ..f tttioii :br,-.-, low 'b'J. '.. l;.-nii. '..:ir- Ij rm- m-t. rrlyi, jL.-xt o.' t:.e . -u:'i ctt rjuartfr of tb-i sjnth v i-t f;uitir of ;-vtlin thwo tu'Tcj'.i, lorlj-niio-. rr.ugv tt.no n.-. I'cr'.y (40) limn of the .uth wt i'Ji.r'.'r 'ft!.. 1 uh Yi-l quarternt rii.n liven, t-iwnb,p f..-ly-nlne. (? ta- iU.it.-i- win. Ek-rj..!.' nine (7t ..'rs: lb- ioa'h half cf lit two, ncith c; tioailir v.1 seitij-. iihUcn tinrr. h.pSt'y, rnt;-sit.' w.-jt, 'i'crm 1 1" SslJ. 'in - l.a'.f cih, lUnt u twi'.vc mi.ih.-. ... li J : sl'-ir O.'cJ ot tru:. cr. 1 vti l soli o.'t-1' ire srr .'h.? UMiuey. U'JIiClif II. AU.EX. Mmutntr. K)it i. A. intkte.td. .1..-.US -1, Ap.:t : AUCTI04EER t JDiini ti SIffKLTO. OV ' :oy, h ivliirf runoved f.om hlj f.-r.i .r i, 'i.l.-n.i.- it,ci ibi' method to Infoim !..i trirti-U nii.t 1 r.tiom, that ho can bo four.d hulfa tiill. 1.01 ih I ofriaiaucl HowclIN aiorn, on th. county 11.10I h .l-litij from Tioy to MiddletooL, and will attend to all tale when ctllnt iics, - a reaounlili- tnn. Thankful for ra.'t firorf. ini .isUi for a ltbet.it tharo ol'liuflne?.' In bii line A,iril 1::, UM. n10.2ia Final Mfitllcment: NOTICE U hmby slven to all persons tnt.r c-led that tho undi-uigncd Aduiinl.trator cf tbr-ealeof John .lnes ilicoa?cd. uill mak Kmal seltleinint of his ndinlnitiration of said lute, at the next .Vay term of Iha Lincoln count; Court, to bo bfK'in and held in Trov, on .Vjnlaj tho Hth djy of nay 18i',. ul6pCw . T. MUIW, Adtninlstretsr. Afrit 13, 13CC. Finn I Settlement NOTIf K Is heieby given to all pernons inter c?tucl that theundcr.igued Executor of the c.at f Andrew Fliilev lUceaaed, will niako u 1'ir.iil Settleinvnt of their adiultiiitratlon of raid tsl ut the next May tenu of the Lincoln County Cou'l. to I.-.- Lecu.t mid held In Troy on Monday the li'.a dav of .lfav ISM. A. It. .t Wb S. riN'LKV EiMut-n April la IS60. nl6 RcMigiinlion ot Execution. The undcrflpned, Kxeculor of Jonathan B. Carr, d-ceasid, Ulo of Lincoln County, Mo., wi" at the May term of tho Cuunty Court of ia etutity, to bo l-egun nnd held nt the Court Jlouif in Troy, on the tccond Monday of May I861I, ap rdv for permi.stou to re.'Kii his executorship laid i!etc. WILLIAM YOUNU, oprl!o-nli4w. Kxeculor 1i:lSettlcineiil. A'CTJCII is h'-rebv given t ) nil pemnnj Intern 1 , ted that llio undersigned ex'-ciitor of thoei tale of Win. Tajlor, decea'ed, will make a fins! settlement of hU ndmlnlstratinn of fall estate at tho next May term or the Lincoln Countj Court, to be begun and bald In Troy on Monday. Ma 14. 1866.? AKDREtV C0C1IKAN, april0-nl5-4w. Executor. Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given to all persons interest that the undersigned administrator of the st of Thomas Myers, deceased, will make a fins settlement of his administration of said istate, i the next May term of tho Lincoln County Unit, to be bogun and held In Troy. u Monday. W 14 1888. BAHNETT MYERS, aprll lfi.nl5-4w Admlnlstmoi. ViNAL 8ETTI.ENKST. NOTICE ia hereby given to all porsois inter ested that tho nndersigncd Guardian of th estate of Emllv Dobblni, will make a Final aetUtmwt of his administration of said citato at tho next may term of tho Llnco n county Court, to bs run and held in Troy, on ifondaj tho HtU d) Jf nuj I8fl. A. L, KENNEDY Ouardiaa. April 11 1868. n!8 p8w Strav Notice. Taken up by Barttett Copp. of Prairie township, b!ok Filly, threayeart old, a few white hair In forehead, m oiler raatM. . . - j it.... ah..,-, hand. hih. annralsea at $75,00 by Robert 0. Chasten and Glnore tVanib.cs, oeiore noDori v craw, v. April 11, moo. nio -sw 6eed Fnm this office, for 8le Imjuiro