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TKOV. MO. i AlCUST ll7lS72r ron I'liKsinufCT, iiokaci: .iti:ixrv. or NEW VoitK. .... JOB VICE-l'stESIDE.NT. II. URXTZ IlItOHW, OP MISSOURI. TUB TBOf CLIQUES. .fho Thej Art, and What Tbfj Are. in tht f Fr year ttiar bas existed tninda of. tbe people of this county id idea that formidable organisation Tlour ished in the town of Trey, known here by the name of tbc "Coart House Wag," and among tht sitiztni of tbo county at the "Troy Cliqno." It bai boon considered local in it oatare, and tbo bslief was and it Ibatitt object wai to ksep tbo eeunty office id tbo hands of its friends. Tbo oiiatooco of tuch an organization bat at lomo lino or other been dtniod prob ably bj erery citizen of tbo town, and honestly too; for it seemed improbable that anjr bodjr of soon, io as amaJJ a place t ii1-tCHH' wfefd and control tbo wholo county to tboir liking, when out ride of tbo corporation it aaet with aaught but oppoiitioo. Who eotnpessd this eluiut? At ono time it wat beliored that Mai. A. II. Martin and P. C. Cake were tbo bead and front of all tbo mtanatft and corrup tion it wat reputed to be guilty of; that tbey held the County Court and all othtr officials under tbtir thumb nailt, and comnandod thit and that, and wtro read ily obeyed. Indttd, whilo through thit belief the "people" rtgardtd thtm with reeling! ot distrait, thoy concedtd to tbem a power almost mirtcuUui. Rut they made faithful and efficient clerks, and wore re elected term after term by the Toten of Lincoln outtido of Troy, for thit little town controlled In fact not moro than ono sixth of tbo rolls of the county coin," the author being J. It. Knox, the l'lko county Democrats will adhere 10 J I). Cox, when seere'ary of the In other partner in the bank. Then ftl- the form of nominating candidates by 'rior Department uader Grant, endear lowed tbo stiejinp controversy between conrtntioa. ored to protect the interest ef tbe people Cako aad Knox. Indirnation m..i!,.. - .-a. . and arrest the ntitnsrous iwiedies wnicn were bold, and fiaally a coiamittoo wat withdrawal tppoinled to come to Troy and invesli- M& Anderion, learti nekner, 1 Congrei i p.i, m.iii.,, 'were brine atteaspisd in bis Department, of Col.. "'""'"y,l,.inji that0ri;tw gMng coun.on. . the confost between inc, ion., ,f ,(ie ,iodlet Mr. Cox gat! the cbarget of rorruption made by 'dog" Roekner, Col. Ilraco and Judge telegraphed to him: Mng lor Congress. I "I am Echling fra Mr. Knox; They time, the booka oud records of the County Clerk'e office) werw thrown open to tbem, and tbey went away fully tatitfied that tbo eoatrortrsy waa a perietal ono, no fraud was found to oxitt, and no publication of tbo com tnittto's report wat cter nado none in faot wtt orer tntdt out. e commenced then to mriuiro into tuo caute of tbo broach betwoen Mr. Cake and Meters. Martin fc Knox'o bank Thit, at near at wo could come at it, wit the needle tbtt pricked tht bubble: At tbo term of tbt Court abort alluded to, tbo judges wtro discussing tbo pay ment of certain debta falling dut. There wat no money tbtn belonging to the general fund in the Treaiery, and the question earn up, Shall we issue bonds bearing ttn ptr ccot. interest to par off thtio debit, or ihall wo tire the county this ten per cent, by traniferring seven tbouiand dollars, that bad bien collected on lb railroad tax, ( tbc general fond nd pay tbit indtbtedntti, the amount to bo paid back to the railroad t some futaro time, for then tko money was laying idle in the Troy bank, the build ing of the road not baring been com menced? Tbe court decided unon the latter plan. The bank was thus deprived of tbe use of tbii money. From that day Messrs Martin it Knox declared irar Gchtint: fraud to tbo beat of mi abllitr. and must bare' rour support or I Wo. are in receipt of the first number fail." Tbo result of ihia appeal wat that of the itircrside Preso, a Grant paper jutt ottablitbtd at Louisiana, Mo., pub litbod by I. N. Stoutemyer, Kiq. Wo with it tueceit it ortrytbing oxetpt pol met. lion. Will. J. Knott of Osage ap peart to bt tbt most popular man now ut for ttato treasurer. From what we bare learned of hit pentnal integrity and business qualities, and bit uiefulaesa at a number of the last session of the legiala lure, wo are inclined to believe he It the coming man for that position. Tbe catt of Ambrose Coo, the rrur dtrtr of Miss Abbio Summers, hts again been postponed until February next His case came up before tht Marion Cir cuit Court on the 21 ir.st. Justice is certainly slow in orertaking this follow. and it oeght to be sure, but the plea of insanity is being rigorously ur-cd in bis case, fcuch insanity is danccrous. and ought not to go unpunished. North Carolina. The latest news from North Carolina claims a victory for the Republican state tielet by a majority of 1,200 or 1,500 the liadical pren claim this as a great rictory, but wt can't see it in that lilir against tht County Court and Mr. Cake, i Tko Legislature is Democratic, and will which resulted as stated above. If this, elect a Democratic United Mr. Cos was turned out of the Cabinet, Mr. Grant did not want any man there that would interfere with tha scheme of his corrupt rinei. and Cox bad no other aiternatite but to Hare, ana; nit place was filled by Delano, who bae btea con nected with corrupt jobs tnd a managtr f rings all hn life. lie undentandi ad dition, diriiion and silence, and is there fore just tbe man for Grant. Ex. It io a pleasure to know that wo trt not to bo poisoned by gorornment click ing plastert, in tht shape of stamps. Prof Chandler, of Columbia college, New York, bat made an analytical exam ination of tho mucilage, and Cade no harm in the natty stuff. After all, would it not bo more pleasant and convonient uit to Iiek a corner of the envelope in stead of the stamp? But that would spoil tbat good old conundrum. "Why arc bad little boys at school liko pottage stamps .' Jitcaue they must be licktd to make them stick to their letters. T. W. WITHKOW, TROY, IINCISSOTXIII. MAXUtVACTUItlJH Of SADDLES, FIXE BUGGY AND WAGON HARNESS, SADDLKKS' FINDINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. anu di:aim:h ix Saddle and Harness-makers1 HARDWARE, BBIDLES, Til ACE CHAINS, WEBS, WrEBBIlVC;, "Whips, Saddle-Trees, VALISES, TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS. Harness JLcatiicr, COLLARS, Sec. All of which are offered at the MOHT REASONABLE CASH PRICES. State of MlMl.br I I In LlhrnlnriVj. County ol Lincoln 10 mMAV Archibald V. McKee ,, SYlTv ltcbcce A. Foreman and I),vl,l Foreman. Ii.r., ai ihii ,uy omo tho ,nu rUnxm, , . hi "ij'S' W Court .nj'ai, ,h'r I? it not tht caust tf tbt tliimtabtrment of tbat life-long friendship betwetn lit Martin and Mr. Cakt, tbtn wt have missed our calculations and would like to bo ealighttntd at to tho oaust. Although a committee wat appointed by tbo people in mass meetings ta inns tigato tbo obarges then made altheu:h they came to Troy and bad the Looli I Coste to at itt ntxt teision; beiidss thit, five of the eight Congressmen elected are Demo crats, a gain of three over tho list elec tion. When we take thit result into con eideratlon and tho fact that tho Dcmoc raty nevtr looked upon tht coatest other than with doubt, tbt rictory doesn't ap ptar so grand. Ilcperts of fraud alio US. of Votes rnnnti) laid btfore tbtm. tbev found no crounil I ni r 1 - J lie conclusion to bo arnred at. for tho obarces. The intolliVence ofL u..n v- , . b then 11. that it could nt Imu. l,n ,. .-. .n,:4.. 1 .: 1 n , 1 . ... " v wm . . .. ouuiiuiniG Bui eiuo Lttia caueu in mero local organization in tbe interest of nuostion by John 11. Knox attain makinr. if it wat so, why then, the the lame charees : and for what nur- our town ; if it was so, why then, the next conclasion forces itself upon ut in about this shapt, that tht citiztns of Lin coln county wtre the most careless of their own interests of any tbat can bt conccirtd, not to hare defetttd it at tbt polla. We btlitro, tud we hate watched this issue very elosely in tho fire and more yean that it bus bttn our fortune to publish tbo Ucrald, that no inch actual organization orer existed. Wo have been aeeuttd of bting out of itt mtinbert by warm fritndt who rtsided in difTertnt tactions, and we hare keen as strenuously . charged with working ngaintt the intor estt ef Troy, principally btcaute wt did not look with faror upon tho railroad appropriation, btlitring that all tuch mattert should bt lett to a rote of tbt people, yet at tbe tame time believing that tho railroad would bt an advantage directly or indirectly to each and every (ins of our citizens. In thit time we have failed to ftrrtt out any audi clirjua as wat reported to txist ; bat thit we did find out: In Maj. Martin's lift time ht wat a bold, far-seeing, free-thinking man, who yielded allegiance to no political party ; and wo may safely lay the samo of Mr. Cako. Wo tingle out these two gen men bocauto thoy wore considered tho leaders. Possessing these characteristics, tbey controlltd a large influence, and weroes much abased by a certain class at home who could not successfully compute with tbem, at by tome others who lived outtido tho town limitt. This is about tbt true haraoter of tho "Troy Clique," tinet dubbed tbe "Court Ilousa Ring," tbe re puted grand worthy of whioh it Mr, F. C, C'tke. In rtality, if it baa bttn a clique at ull, it hat bttn oae of personal influence instead of an actual organization, whioh influence arose from their accommodating manners and oflioionoy at publio tfficialt. Monty cannot bo laid to hart oxtrttd it, for when their influence wat at itt xtnitb, tbty were both in cemparatirely moderate cirturostancto. If Mr. Cako, Maj. Martin now being dead, and bis frionda her and orer tho county may he cullnl a clique, then wo unhotitatingly oay that there are two ia Troy, and tho latter may be said to bar been brought Sato existence about the 28th of October, 1809, when an arti olo beaded "Tbo Cry of High Taxes," appeared ia tho Jlcrahl ortr tho nom tie plume of "Truxton," but which wat written by Maj. Martin, then in partner ship with John 11. Knox in tho banking busioeii. Up to m last term of the County Court prior to thisdate, Maj. Mar tin and Mr. Cake had bttn warm friendt. Fully improtttd with tht opiuiom thtn rife io regard to tko corruption of the Bounty officials, we opprovtd of "Trux tooY' letter ud tommtnted favorably thereou. An excitement wai created all oner tha eouatjr and ommnnications flowed into our office. "Truxton't" arti do was followed y utioibcr biguod "Liu. post? If ho ftlt tuch an inttrtst ia tbe ptople as he manifests, and knows the records as well us he elairas to, why don't be prore it by laying tbo charges before tbe proper tribunal, tbat the whole atatttr may bo tifted ? It it at much bit duty to do this atit it of any otlur citizen, and ht tttmt to btliere them moro than anybody else. Since tbe commencetotnt of tbt present canvans, tbe bank ring appeart to hare addtd anotktr ztalout ally to its ranks in tht ptneu of Eliat Norton, who wtt dtfeated at in indtptndent candidate for Treasurer at the last general election, aad he appeara to be taking a rery actiro part in eirculating these tlandtrous rtports, tht truth ef which will bo known after inreitigation by a competent and iapar tial committee. But. for th ' J argument, ad milting then charges to be true, would tbe county be bettered by the success ef the new ring ? Both Knox and Norton bare held responsible offices, both having served at Sheriff of the county. The former has thown his integ rity by iudireotly dealing in tax titles while Sheriff, buying up the land of not only Southera tympathizen, but of Union toldiert, afttr promising that notict thould be girtn in at least one cast of the latttr, and thtn not rolinqaithiog tht titlts 10 securtd until largely remunerated for hit fntadly inttrferenee. Tho latter, while hheriff, bought up ctrtain county warranti for lest tbtn their face, an act violating a ttrict law; and when hit tirm of ofhet expired, if we ora to beliera tht following ordtr of tho Court, waa ftrced to a ttttltmtnt : Lincoln Coontv, 1'lff., ") ri. On Citation. Kma8 Norton, Ex-Sh'fT. ) ri'L. f . 1 . , s no uouri oruer tno uiertc to usuo citation against said dtfondant. rtnuirin? him to bo and tpptai btfore the Justices 01 tbo Uounty Uourt on Wednesday, tha 0th day of tho present term, then and there to show cause why be bat not paid over tbo llerenue duo laid county at re- quireu oy law. February 10, 1801. election will probably bt ctntestcd, and tho Uadicol balloon may collapse afttr all. Thett art tht two Troy Cliqutt. It it a ptnonal Gghton tho part of the bank ring, at wo hart tbown by giring iti origin, and tho "interttts of tho people" tbey care lets for than their rotet. Our readers ean choose bttwton tkem, and when they understand tho matter prop orly, wo are confident tboir dteition will bt corrttt. Dr. doe. Y. Hast and Wm. L. Gate- wood, both of Montgomery count, are candidatts for senatorial honors from this district. The flection of North Carolina ap peart to hare given gtnoral oatitfaotioo, for both (itrtieo are njoiciag over tha re-turnt. Ool. MIllbany of Audrain and Col. A. A, Anderion hare withdrawn from tho cauvuM uk cuudidiituK for Coiixitbs. Notice. The underiigned members of tho Dem ocratic etntral comtnittte for tht Thir teonUi congressional district and ex officio members of the central committee for tbo Eleventh ttnatorial dittrict, com pesed ef the counties of Pikt, Lincoln and Montgomery, reipectfully request the Demooraey of laid tcnatorial district, by thtir duly appointed delegates, to meet in eonrention in Montgemery City, Mo., on Thunday, Stpttmbtr 5tb, 1S72, for tht purpoia of nominating a eaadidatt for state senator. D. F. KNOX, For Montgomery county. WM. FUAZIEH, For Lincoln county, AVe tbo undtrsicned chairmen of tha ceatral committees of Lincoln and Mont gomery countiet, heartily oadorso tbo fortgoiag call for the senatorial conren- tien to be hold at Montgomery City on il, r.th r u.i.t -io-o J J. 11. BODINB, For Montgomery county. W. W. SHAW, For Lincoln eouaty. It. P. C. Wilson. Capt. Goo. C. Bingham, a tbort time since, published a letter expoting the trickery of tbo above named gentleman, (now a Demoeratio candidate for tbo noninatiaa of Gorornor) in tho election of United Statei Senator two yean ago, in order to seeure to himself tbe position of speaker of tbo lower branch of the legislature. We had hoard tbit btfore from a source not to be doubted, and were prepared to believe the charge Mr. Wilton, howtvtr, rtplitd to Cant Bingham, dtnyingtbo imputation, whioh reply it mot by another letttr from tht Captain, fixing tbt disgrace apen Wilson. Tbe Republicaa says editorially of thit last letter: In Monday'o issue, printing a commu nication tigntd at above, we said : "Mr. Wilson givti a 'pnsitivo tmphatic denial' to Capt. Bingham'a charges, and unless the latter hai proof to suittin kia alliga tions, Mr. Wilson't opponents mutt admit that hit ptrtoaal integrity is vindicated by tbit prompt and sweeping publication. A rich man lirinz in Mexico at this time, who indulges in a pleasant.rido to me rural districts, is ant to be pebbled up by guerillas who lend the cheering intelligence tobi friends tbat unless he it ransomed with 65000 within a ftw h ourt. e will be thot. After a few davt tho 2la!;.fUand.rr:J: ZSrti ors north ony oM eloses the scene. Mcxieo it not in istatld. I nm doji rtint-7 nr,,1 '1 I h V In. tntl MAM na i .. . . 1 1 1 I - ' "-'-"J Jivvr, IU3I It I IBIS wriuog. Having just finished new rooms on the Corner of Main and Chcrri keep on hand at all times the Best and Most Complete assortment MARY SEDLAGEK'S ZJi-'t r.T..'f?' ff"a AMU MV Kinill t'C I VI. mna-i-L-c i.m 1. mil- iiiii,riaa Ans made or inK VERY BEST MATERIAL, PCTCP U!DEB MT OWN RCPKEVISIO.V AND Uarranlrd to Give Entire niilactioii, XT PRICKS MRS, NOTION & GROCERY STORE, Tor1 mi For cheap groceries and provisions, ana everything in the grocery line, such as AND ARE OI-'l-'KRED Sugar Coflco Ten Cdmly dinned Fruits lt.iisini Currants Tickles Oyrtcrs Ennlincs Cliccso Cracker Unckcrol Butter Kges Flour Meal (Jo to Mrs. ScJIacck'e. Per-ons imlcbteJ to mo nro pnrni-iilr . quested to call oncl sottlo last year's iccountf. iHrN. JTI. SEDIICEK. Fcb'y 1, 1872. THAT DEFY COMPETITION. I AM ALSO PREPARED TO FURNISH I All Kinds of Buggy Trimming, tj wver jsuggics, etc., etc. AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED QUINCY WAGON, nuicu ia warranica io givo entire satljfaclion. T. "W. "WITHROW. tcp2'Jn39vdyl Hon, slating , 0,Ur if, nr , I ' hc,Vr l-"- Sllsroarl. It ts therefore Mtlcre.l n, tL j.."f of snlj court that publication 1 mL . f tho said Darld Forcm fin that not ..tl. i fJDI fonneaeea ag.lnttLim by tlltlV a mU e? tho object and general naiuVo of whka U ti ll', aside a deed or deed, mado in favor of ReC ia'o'fn.'o'louT .iTj't'f.o 4, s o the southwest qr of tho south we,, of ,r section No 8, all towVhlp 40. rnn 1 wYrt, also al of Io . No,. Sre (6), eleven ( I M , ? dWl. oLtt?' h'C"n.(7)' Pf lM dlvijlon of ths real estate of J.eob Preslov dl ceased, among his heir,, a, made by ib""Z,' sloncrs appointed by Iho Circuit Coin of Llnwl. coanty, to rtlllon tho land, of "al r P,o,l ainonK hi, he rt, the plat of ld nW, ,lo "ff Ing on record In tho nenr.t.r. nt.- i- .l" . MnTnla ta? nd rollow"nV, 5 .2,L '"tut ,ho "" tractlonal nr of southwt.tqniricrof .ection No. , all In tiwn ship and range aforesaid; n tbe north half 5f tbo northeast of tbo ,.n .i " " town.hln and tb. .r.."..M '."".'"" "r.' W D.ild Foreman, are hV eby r3rJd t. U nnd npear n tho court on or bcfor.lho first day day after .ho fourth S.tVrdaln B ej cSbeV "Z ?V.n.n.,10ra1'1. P-?. Ih. B. WIH l. r n ii u lurihernrdered (lint a copy heroof be published in the Lincoln Coant, . M fnJ ""'P'P'rp-l-lisbedin thl.county and qulre'd. " ' tt"l"'y. J law ,.. i'pi'i". ,A.,,rue MW of the record. ibbALj Witness my hand as clerk and tho .m.. i"'n. 80a'of,id court hereto affixed at imco n Troy, Lincoln connty, Mo., this 5 J day "july.ffi WM. COLBERT, Clerk. Stop and Think ! The Best Bargains at NOVELTY CASH STORE. The"Norelty Cash Store" has remnvnrt a few doort south of its old Hand, juit linita I I 1 . i-u.v ujiiuh i uuruwsrs store. To day wo print Cant. Rinrhim'i joindtr, and it imposes upon us a painful but imperatira dutv. It will ha n that Bamutl T. Glortr. sn . and St.io Htnitor Birth, orer their own naates, fully and explicitly corroborated Capt. Bingham's alltratitm, and exnoso a course of duplicity and treachery which wo do not remoatber to hare ertr scan eqaalled in publio life. Particularly does tno rereiation mado by Mr. Uloror justify tho use of those strong wordt. Wo do not netd to say to our readers in St. Louis that ht is a gentleman of para character and unsullisd honor. Wo cannot ditbo litre hit ttstimour. and it. with that of Col. Birch, forces ut to say, at we regtrd it our duty to say, tbat proof to orer wbtlming wholly ditqualiGei Mr. Wilson from oron a candidacy before the Dimoc raoy for tha position he ia now oiekiog, namely for tbe office of Gorornor of Missouri. Chariot Sumntr hat written a litter to certain colored men, in 'which ho de clarer himself for Orceloy, aad argues that the colored peoplo of tho country bhould follow hits uxainplc. Schnelle & Querl, LUMBER MERCHANTS, Cor, Mala and Dcstreban Sis., ST. LOUIS, MO. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. July 21,1871 ly. By Telegraph. T WOULD respectfully announce to tbe cltl A seni of Lincoln county that I bare secured the scrVCM of a FII1ST-CLAS3 JOURNEY MAN AV'ATCIt MAKER, and will itJuliN- Repair Wati Ihn, CIockN and .rill,la.f AT MOJiVP ATP n jrn-na B.,i0 oomP'e'e lino of ladies and gen TE BATES, tlemen's hats, together with groceries - Ans, i litJOD OHDEIt. KXCRAVIXG M:TLY EXECITED. All Work Warranted. rr. x 4 ' " VAUf,nA!V, Ll . St A. Tclograph Oflieo, DodCU' Building, TBOY, OVTO. N. B. Porson, !Mn. tn - iiru 7 i , i win lurnuu tnem at Thanks. Friends. Thanks I I da fire to thank tho oitizens of thin nity for the liberal pntronago bestowed upon me in my business transactions with them; and as I have opened another large ana complete stock of Notions, &o ass tnem tor a continuation of their favors. At heretofore, I will sell my goods cheaper than they can be bought n.cuxiere. Aimosi anytning you can call lor in the notion line I havo in mv inr aUo a large stock of boots and shoes for men, women and children, whioh I will toll for rery little advance on Brut cost; cheaper than ther can ha honiht nln. whore of oamo quality. And speaking of prm-cricn rumiuua mo ot iturty odd years ago, whon sugar was sold at 20 pounds lor a tilror dollar and tho money was equally as legal as it is now, though not quite so tender. nl5 W. 8. COOPER. n15v7 F. W. HARBAUM, MANUFACTURER OF WAGONS, BUGGIES, PLOWS, Wheelbarrows, Vc, TROY, IIVEO. ! ALL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TOs AIL WORK WARRANTED. NEW WAGONS i,y ff tot jy .i. x7E A. IlALP Dollar, by calling at the Norolty Cash Store, where you can get 15 ten-cent cakes of the Park Com pany Toilet soap for 81, and thereby save fifty ctatt. W. S. COOPER. If you want SUOES, the "Norelty" ia the place to save 25 per sent. Corner of Jiaitt ana unerry, Troy, Mo. W. 8. COOPER. Order of Publication. Stalo of Mloosrl, 1 Couity of Lincoln, J " A MONO tho recurds and proceedings had In tX Iho Urcult Court of Lincoln county, Slate oT Missouri, at lt March Urm and on tho 2f,th ,"f.,jf ,Iarcl1' 18'J, tho following Is found, to- Hobert Kicks, John W. Norton, James II. Nor ton, Joshua Ricks, Jne Bosnian nnd Uichael It. Ilosman her husband, Mnrtho Itick.1, Mary llklnion, John Rlcki, Rachel Catty, Harriet Kicks, nnd Stcjihcn Ricks her husband, Caro lino (irej.ua and James Orcsaia her husband. Plaintiff', ' Henry C. Norton, Mildred Norton, Mary F. Norton, Emily J. Norton, Albert Taylor, P-cllc Taylor, Oscar Toylor, Betty Taylor and Charles Taj lor, Defendants. Petition for Partition. Now tome the nlalntlfTi heroin, l.r a.nl it appearing to tho court that Albert Taylor, Mi-u.i jiivior. u:ir layior, iiciiy Taylor ami Charles Taylor, defendants, ore non resident of Ibis Slate, and that tho ordinarv tiroce nf Ia cannot bo served upon thetn, ills thercfoio or- nercu oy rno uourt that publication bo mado notifying the said defendants that nn iirlliin Im. been commenced against them br petition In tho Circuit C.mrt of Lincoln county and Stato of Missouri, tho object anil general naturor which Is to obtain o.nrtition and division of tho follow. Ing described real estate, sltuato in Lincoln county, Missouri, to wit: Eist half southeast quarter section 21 township 40 range 1 east, acre j southwest quarter section 21, tuwnshlp 50, rango I cast. I flu acres; woit half northeast quarter section 23, township 50 rango 1 cast, hO ncrcs j In northwest quarter northwest quarter, section 23, township 50, rango 1 east, about 30 acres ; cast part of northwest qaartor section 2, township 50 rango 1 cast, 50 acros j west hair southwest quarter seclion 20, township 50, rango 1 cast, 80 acres; rast Inlf southeast quarter, section 10, township 50 tango I east, 80 acres, and contalnlog in nil about 5B0 aero, mora or le.'S, and unless they bo and appear at tho next term of this court, to bo holdeffnt tho court bouso In tho town of Troy, Lincoln county, State of Missouri, on tho fifth Monday in September, next, 1&72, and on or before the third day of said term, (if tho term shall so long continue, if not, then before the end of Iho term) answer or do mur to plaintiffs' petition, tho same will bo taken as confessed, and judgment rendered accordingly. It Is further ordered tbat a copy heroof bo pub lished In tho Lincoln County Ilerald, n newspa per printed in this state, for foer weeks succc ivelv. tbo last insertion to hn m l...t fs,.. ...i. before tho first day of the next term of this court. Attost : WM. COLBERT, Clerk, J. IIii.lku, Deputy. Stato of Missouri, ) County of Lincoln, f " I, William Colbert, Clerk of tho circuit court In and for said county, hereby certify that tho aboro is a truo copy of tho original order of publication In tho coueo therein named, as the samo appears on record In book II, page 407, in my offico. Witness my hand ns Clerk and tho SEAL- seal of said court. Dono at office In Troy, Mo., this 18th day of July, 1872. ...... WM- COLBERT, Clerk. July2tn30 J. IIii.hb, Deputy. Order of Publication Id Vacation. July 19m, 187J. In Lincoln Circuit vuuri, cepi. xerm, IBIi It io want GROCERIES t -i,.. they aro worth, call on W. S. Cooper at tho Novelty Cash Store. Don't believo what others say. but call ; it is no trou ble to ehow coode. I was tnU k that a merchant said my goods wero vory inferior, but after oiamining them at bought, and said sho would call again 1U "Novelty" tell. HATS rer, cheap Ladies, Qnthmm, Girls and Bon am. Dlied Cfv ehean 11.11 ' vfr It n ' r " "uu Be. flO t ons, Queenswaro and Glasswaro cm, tuao thoy can. be bought oleowhero. W. S. COOI'EII, aplSyl or State of Missouri, I County of Lincoln, Susan Perkins, I'lfl"., n . v'm Action on note and ae Peter Cassady, Pcft.J count. Now at this day comes tho plaintiff In the above eauso boforo thn i.ml.rati.. r tho Circuit Court of Lincoln county In vacation, and files hor petition and ahldavit, stating that 1 otr Cassiday is a non-resident of this state. It is therefore, ordered bv thn Rlrk r.in..M i. vacation that publication bo made notifying him that an action has been commeneod against him by petition for tbo tiaymout of a note of Seven Hundred .liollar and 53 oents, with 10 per cent, interest thereon, and with the soreral credits an nexedto it, datod;i7th February, 1867 ; and also an account of tho firm of Cake k ltmrnr. ... signed to Plaintiff in the sum of Sixty 25-100 Dol lars, umeu may aum, is;z,nnd that bis property has been attaehod. Now thereforo you tho said Peter Cassadr. non-rcstdont. am h.p.t.v ..... to bo and appear in said court on or boforo tbe third day of the next term, wbiab will be began and held at tho court houso In the town of Troy n said county, on tho fifth .Monday In Septem ber next, 1872,nd answer tho said petition, or tho same Will be tnken DiMi,r....J i. i. further ordered that a copy hereof be' published in tho Lincoln County Horald, a newspaper oub llshcd In. Troy In said county, for four weeks suooosslvcly, at by la required. i iVfll. COLBBRT, Clerk. Ttv .T If., ... n n Stato of Missouri, I County of Lincoln, " I, Wm. Colbert, Clerk of tho circuit court In and for said eounty, here- by Certify tbat tho ahnvn I.. .u- original ordor of publication In tbo cause therein named, as the same appears in book II, page 410, sriV. A? ?y 0.ffl?! Wl,n" ray hand as toLAL; Clerk aod the soal ol said court. Dono l me t Troy, this 38th day of . , J'7. 872. WM. COLBERT, Clerk. JuI31n31 JMIIU.IB, Deputy. rOLAIVD Ac, CIIIiAA PIGS. T "AVE fw!"' Pnro brod pigs, purchased J- from tho host families of tbo Poland land China Ilogsoi Messrs. Sheptrd k Alexander, of tnarlcstori, Ills. I am convlncod that this is the best breed of hogs for our'stato. They grow to a very large s to, and fatten well at any fgo. J ,lJ0TJh'? f'8'' "'Ithlng 0 pounds t "B weeks old, $10. HKNRY t. SUDD. Millwood, Mo., May 25tb, 1878. TO TEACHERS. NOTICE is hcrobjr giveo tbat the anderslgned, Su&eristendoat of Dublin mhn.i. r ?a f "or1)'' 1 u n,0,c"J'"oo with tko Softool w of tho State, hold publio examination oi teachers, on tk. I.t R.....J... . ' . tb. I - " ui every uonin, a TeaehL'.' .n ,h?" - ..e i-.vs.dw sjiar IUIB ia 11110(1 Jn.I;i";1l,ENl,INaTOT,'Sul,'tI,1'lloSehooU. .""'"''I Llucolu cunty, Mo.