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THE HERALD, . .miuiji i.i in 'lr.'..,..i ;, T-xrrrr-rr- t--.- 4.0CAL AND COUNTY. COUNTY TICKET. tor Representative, . For Count; Court Justice For Collector For Sheriff For Alienor . . tot Treasurer - . For Prosecuting Attorney, For Public Adm'r . Sup't Public Sfehooli . For County Surveyor . . E., II. HULL II, T. MUDD W. W. 811 AW. . T. M. CARTER1 . E, MYERS . J. McDONALD B. W. WIIEELEh JOSIAIt CREECU JOHN WILSON . J. F. WILSON r(A Vottrt of titcotn county At the requoit of many friend I announce myiell' as a candid Hie for lbs oEce uf Justice of the County Court of Llnco n .county, Mo. HENRY It. JONES. For Representative. I am a candidate for ReDrcsentatlve of Lin coln oounty, aubjeot to the dectilonof the peo ple on the 6th of November. J. B. ALLEN, for Treasurer. I announco myaelf ae an Independent candid ate for Treasurer of Lincoln county, subject to the decision of the people on the 5th of Novem ber. O.W. M01IR. Lend Us Tour Ears. Friends, we have striven along almost through another year without a positive demand for you to pay us what yu are owing on notes and accounts previous to the 1st of January, 1872. We now make this urgent call and demand, hop ing that you will fully appreciate our -wants and come forward without further notice, and make us glad to give you more accommedation. PARKER, CREWS & CO. C. W. PARKER, For IIutt & Parker and Parker & Co. Ootober 1st, 1872. Look Out! Be warned in timet ''Old Malaria" is abroad and "shako" is tbe order of tbe day. Remember that Power's Infallible Ague Cure is perfectly harmless, and is '-warranted to effect a euro. There is no going back on it; it never (ails when used according to directions. Fur sale by Dr. SAM'L T. EAST, Troy, Mo. Previous Registrations amount to nothing. You ivill be disfran chised for two years unless you regis'er this year Attention is directed to the advertise mtnt of Buffalo Nursery. ThU is an excellent time for replanting, and Buffalo is nn excellent nursery to get your sup plies from. Mr. Shults, tbe proprietor, in a live nurseryman, and keeps his stock in fine order. Send in your orders early. Episcopal Service Rev. Dr. Jen nings, will conduct Divine service accord ing to the ritual cf the Protestant Epis copul church, in tbe Methodist houso of worship, at Troy, ou Tuesday, November 12, at 7 o'clock, p. m. Previous Registrations amount to nothing. You will be disfran chised for two years unless you register this year. Judge Edwards has not arrived to try tho causes of Presley, charged with incest, and Donovan, the horse thief, on account of the severe illness of his wife. Out for Sport. Col. Hutt, Mr. John McDonald, E. N. Bonds, Eq , and sev eral others started for tho Mississippi bottosa last Monday morning, to take a week's hunt and camping out. Previous registrations amount to nothing. . Youwill be disfran chised for two years unless you register this year. Isaao Presley, resting under a charge of incest, ii still confined in jail, not being able to procure bail, wbiob was only platod at five hundrei dollars. The railroad bands were pais off at this place last Monday. There was eon tiderable drinking done in consequence, and several men were arrested and placed in jail, as the) calaboose is not yet fin ished. Remember that next Saturday, the 26th, is actually tlie very last day on which you can register this year. "VV, S. Bryan. The editorial frater nity of the state all know that good oatured, witty and clever journalist Bryan, formerly of the St. Charles News, Well, we are happy to say we have him for a neighbor once more, and will again be regaled weekly 'with his fresh atyle nd anginal spioei. As soon as he gets used to bis now harness, old Montgomery will not fail tt be pleased with bis paper nd for the sake of future generations and that the Bryan family may not bs- ene extinct, can't, oh can't 1 some of the bewitching damsels or the charming widows ever there induce him to forsake lif foolish wajs and marry tint of them 1 Moses Bond, Registrar for Bed ford township, will keep his books qeen in Troy next Saturday. Give mm a call. Mr. KS.SwMoej iire.wealborboard. iaga.part of bis More bouts. He tavt he it Making Q "Dolly Vardeti" boute of it, . Mr, 0. 0. Kansdell has sold bit boat and. shoe aloclc to Mr. V. llrickoy who has opened a ahop opposite the 'post-. -., " r fflc" I Don't forget that there are only three more days in which to regis ter. You can only register in the district in which you live and vote. We understand that some of the boys of this place disturbed an auction sale of shells last Saturday evening. Some of them will find that the callaboose is tho nd of such disgraceful actions, while it doesn't speak very well for the youth of our town. Boya, try to bo little gtntU-men,-if you wish to be resptctod, and don't let your fun run into a disturbance of tbe peace. More Registration Returns. We have beard from seven election districts, and the number ef voters registered is as follows : First district Chantilly, 213 ; second New Hope, 408 ; fourth Troy, 489; fifth Auburn, 248 ; sixth Trux ton, 185 ; seventh Millwood, 21G ; and eighth Louisville, 204. Total, 1,873. There aro yot four election districts to hear from, which will swell the number to 2,800. Register and vote, so that the real strength of your party may be known, no matter to which one you belong. Small-pox. Dr. Harlow informed us yesterday that the small pox is prevalent near New Hope. Four of Mr. Gabriel Thompron's family aro down with it, and others whose names wo did not learn. A number of persons living in New Hope have been exposed to the disease', and the Doctor was bcro for the purpose of pro curing vaccine matter. It is also preva lent at Wright City and Wentzvillo. A private letter from St. Louis informs us that the disease has become epidemic there, and is no longor confined to local ities. It was very bad in some quarters of the city during the fair, and peeple from tbe country who attended have probably boen the means of 'distributing t throughout the country. It would be advisablo for our citizens to have their families vaccinated. "Early to bed nr.il early to ride, Makes a man Lcallby, wealthy and wise." Rut in these days uf malaria wo are all liable to bo attacked by Ague and Fever, and wo should not forget that Power's Infallible Aguo Cure, prepared by Dr. S. T. East, is a speedy, safe ond sure cure lor Aguo. It contains no quinine or arsenic. Every bottle war ranted, nil One More Day. Esquire Moses Bond, registrar of the election district composed of this (Bedford) township. will keep the books open all day Satur day, the 26th inst , for tbe accommoda tion of those who bavo not registered. No one who has fuiied to register should neglect this opportunity. We dou't know whether the registrars in any of the other districts have made similar arrangements, and would advise our un registered friends to cell on them at tbeir places of residtnee and have the matter attended to. Remember that for mer registrations amount to nothing; every man, who would vote mutt register this year. Wanted. Necessity compels us to call upon our customers for a settlement of their accounts. We have an obliga tion to meet and must have the money. A word to the wise is sufficient. n43 MOHR & ALLEN. Music Mr. Albert Shrumek has, for a better convenience, organized a String Band, consisting of Basso, Violin, Cla riouettand Trumpet!, and offers his ser vices to tho public BBR.VMEK & CO., n41w4 Troy, Mo. . W.' S. Cooper has a large supply ol Arbuckle's browned Coffee, the best In use, and will keep a lull supply always on hand, besides everything else in tbe notion and grocery line. Ho is receiving fresh supplies every week. Call at tho "Novelty" and be posted before buying oleewhere. 26tf Strayed A two year old bay colt, with a small star in the forehead ; mane lays on left aide; is a natural pacer. A suit able reward will be paid for its return to Dr. Bourland, Tray, Mo. Capt. Wm: Worsbam, oue of our most estimable citizens, Cyrenius Lay, our present constable and town raarshall, ood Morton Howell, ore out as candidates for nonstable of Bedford township. Mr. A. Cameron of Chantilly has just erested a new store house at that placo, and will soon psn out in it with a bran new atock of goods, including dry goods, groceries, hardware, &o. For the next few weeks he will sell his present stock off at largely reduced rates, Call before it is too late, if you, wish to procure a bargain, n40w4 Taxes! 18T. Taiws'l Prodcrtok Wtnp, Collector of Lincoln county, lo will racot ibe taxpayer at the times and pltcc let fortli bolow for tbe purpose of receiving tbeir taxes : Hurr Oak Mills, Monday, Oct. 14 x EMerrv MUs, Tuesday, October 15. Ncv lT' V Thursday, Kri- uuy, Oct. 16, 17, 18. Walnut Mills. Saturday. Oct. 19. Chantilly, Mbnday, Tuesday and Wed neiday, Out '21, 22. 23. Argent's Store, Thursday, Oct. 24. Old Monroe, Friday, Ootober 25' Chain of Hooks, Saturday, Oct. 2G. Auburn, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day. Oct. 28. 29. 30. Millwood, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Oct. 81, and Nnv. 1 and 2. Louisville, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 5, C, 7. Ninoveh, Friday, Nov. 8. Kennedy's Store, Saturday, Nov. 9. Truxton, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, iNov II, m, 13. Lynn's Mill, Thursday, Nov. 14. Post Oak, Friday, Saturday, and Mon day, Nov, 15, 10,18 Troy, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day, Nov. 19, 20, 21. lirtng description of land : will not have time to examine deeds. Also ro member that if the taxes are not paid by tho first of December the law compels the Collector to collect them by force, and that there is no property exempt irom levy ana saio tor taxes. F. WING, Collector Sept. 18, 1872. Lincoln county, Mo Tho demand for Telegraph Operators is constantly being increased by the num ber'of new railroad and telegraph lines which are being opcucd up in the West and South, thus waking Telegraphy one of the most profitable as well as most pleasant employments in the country To young persons of either sex wo offor superioradvantagos to learn this art,asne have n chort line expressly for leurning, also the benefit of practice on one of the principlo lines in the country. Wo shall endeavor to procuro fituat ons for our pupils us eoonas compe'.eut. Terms $10 per month in advance. ABBIE O. VAUGHAN, P & A Telegraph office, Troy, Mo. auglmiJ MUD, On the 10th Inst,, of scarlet Cover, at'the resi dence of his father, 3 miles north of New Ilepe, ED US II. THOMPSON, in tho 29th yoar of his age. In the morning of life, ere the sun had reached the meridian, this young man, respected and beloved by all who knew bim,was summoned from the associations of earth to appear in tho presence of God. Ills death affords us a striking instacico of tho uncertainty of life and the vanity of all human pursuits. A few weeks since his appearance indicated an amount of physical vigor which in spired his friends witli tbe hope that a largo and useful career was before him. But death loves'a shining mark and d lights to display his power by prostrat ing the strong man and scattering like autumn leaves our fondost bopes. The death of Edwin Thompson has removed from the social and business circles of tbe community in which he lived, ooo whose place it will be difficult to fill ; for of him it may truly bo said "Nine know him but tolovo him, None r.amod him but to praise." May lie who knows how to temper the wind to the shorn lamb, support his stricken relations under their gruet bo reavemcnt. "See truth, lovo and mercy in triumph descend ing. And naturo all glowing in Eden's first bloom ; On tbe cold cheek of death smiles and roses aro blending, And beauty immortal awakes from the tomb." W. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BWfFAI.O NURSERY. THOSE In need of Trees or Nursery stock of any kind will find It to the'r Interest to go to the above Nursery, and buy a lot of plants THIS FALL, AS IT IS THE BEST TliMIE TO TRANSPLANT, And LARROE TREES are offered a GOOD DEAL LOWER than they will be again, after the nresent unusually large stock of trees Is dis posed of. Great bargains are offered to those who wish to set largely of Ben-BavU, Willowlwig, Wiiisap, Huso's Crab, &c. pir For further particulars call at the Nur sery, 3 miles southeast of Troy, on the Tele graph road, or address the proprietor, A. M-'SIiTJ3L,TS. oc23u4 Troy, iTIo. ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THE 1IERAL,.; ANO IT VVIXIi PAY. NEW HOPE, MO. Havo rcinovnl to the Ira ,T. Nelion bouie, and arn now receiving a NEW STOCK OF 000 1)S, and aro determined 1'OT to re undersold, They expect to keep up their reputation for GIVING THE BEST I'll ICES Country Produce. September 25, 1872. TKO IsL O. AGENT FOR THE WMlthan and JEIffin WATCHES, Which he will Furnish at Facto) y Wholesale Prices. I WOULD rcspcotfully rem of Lincoln count) announco 10 the citl- tv that I havo secured tho icrviccs of a FIRST-CLASS JOURNEY MAN WATCHMAKER, and will Repair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, AT MODERATE RATES, and :n noun oudkii, KNGimiAG NEATLY EXECUTED. Jewelry bought of mo will bo engraved froo of charge. , Special attenticn paid to watohes that ha-e been "botched" ond "butchered" and noarly ru- Incd by poor workmen. ir All Work Wai ranted. J. Ii. VAUftRAA', fP.i A. Telegraph Office, Honflls' HuiMing, awjma-vtw es hit JUST ARRIVED 11Y THK St. Louis & Keokuk Railroad A Large Train of wzsvsmw Goons Fort TIIK Novelty Gash Store, T7RKLINI1 thankful for former patronge, I will -. say lo ttio public, u they will continue their patrunago, gooiN will still be reduced in price. W. b. COOPER, at Novelty I ash Store. 10FFEE 1 lbs to tho Dollar. J Threads of all kinds 5 cents a Spool. Pins, only 5 ctnts apapoi, .'.'ecdles tho same, and other article in same proportion, at W. S. COOPER'S Novelty Cash Storo. QALT One car lond in hand at tho Novelty t Loan store, wnlcn win bo sola cheap lorc.ifh DRY GOODS, Clothing, Hats and Cops, Roots and Shoes, Groceries, it'C, a full supply at tv.a. uuui'urrs novelty Lasn Btore. "TMIE highest market price paid for Country A. l'rouuco at me novelty vuth store: 18 ( cuts tor F-prk. 1(1 Cents fur Ilacon Sides. IS. Cents' far llama. TTAVING completed my second year among XX you, I ask you to call anil be posted. w. cooper. TXPRESS WAGON alwaya.stan'dlng'at the u aoor. uoous oougni at lea noveuyueuv cred anywhere in town free of charge. W. S. COOPER. aplSyl For Good Turnouts GO TO TIIK MUCK, LMWERY STABLE ON MAIN STREET, t n O Y , MO. BukzIos and Horses to hire, Horses boarded Jby the day or week. 1 aiso run a uany mail ami passenger lino 10 and from tbe St. L. K. A N. railroad. The hack will leave Troy at 7 o'clock In tho morniug, inak Ine connection with both tho Eastern and West ern bound trains. My hacks and teams are kept in good oruer, anil careiui urirers manage ineui. n3Utl JAUUli If Alt T.MAJS. Let the Democrats see how large a vote they can poll. In order to do this it is necessary for them to register. Hubicrrne for tbe HEMALD. yea. Only f 1 t . THE DRUG AND MEDICINE BUSINESS, 1$7 1A NEW FIRM. J WOOLFOLK&Co. (Successors to iff. 9, JBallingcr.) " ' 1 ' 'i HAVINCi Purchased ibe' Interest of M. 8. Ilallliiger In the Drue; an Medicine Murines, we vronld call the attention of therade to t)(IR CIIMPLETH HTOCIC i)V , DRUGS .l.VD jlEMCMWES, ' !J PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS, SOAPS A.Tr PERFUMERIES. WINDOW CJLAKH, v BOOKS ..V StTATIOWEMin rtVulW AND FAJVY CANDIES, C Hi AltS, TOBACCO, PUBIS AXB IQUORS, Jk.c,9 &c. Ordcrsi from Physician Promptly Filled on the luott Reasonable Tcrum, Our Stock will be found full and well assorted at all times, and customers may rely upon always getting good and fresh goods, at the very lowest prices. r Troy, Mo.. Feb'y 15, 1872. WOOLFOLK & CO. ' Dfr $AWL T, A$T, DEALER IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES, SCHOOL BOOKS PICTURES & PICTURK FRAMES, Perfumery and Fancy irticlcs, SOAPS, BRUSHES AND COMBS, PIPES, CIGARS A.3ST3D TOBACCO, RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES, IMPORTED AND NATIVE WINES, F0-.l MEDICAL USE. And Everything Uusu'ally kept in a First Clas3 Drugstore. Troy, Mo., May lfl, 1872. " JOHN P. EI A UD WARE, STOVES Tin, Copper AND Sheet-Iron Wares, i a n ami it ifT r A FINE LOT OP MOLIU AND INDUSTRIAL PLOWS, AGRICULTURAL "rate . IMPLEMENTS. AT FACTORY ijidp1flPVaaaaaW ... . .c,,i'w"5MirfSJSjisjnsyBS "WINDOW SASH GKLi.A.SS, And Everything that may be classed under the name of hardware. v7i3 STORE OUT MAIN MTREET, TROY, HO. PROF. J. HIIjIjER, Traclirr of German pud French. rpHANKINQ tho olllzcns of Troy and Tlolnity X for tnotr liatrunage during me pan would respectfully Inform th'em that ray classes for 1872 and 1873 will begin as follows t rlrst Tenn uoiouer ram, Second Term February 15th, 1873, Tuition $10 pet terra, payable in advance. TI ,lA.l.,nn tn hn.nni. tttinlt. HTfl rcnaeStfil! to notify me at least two weeks before tho be ginning or the term. Ladles will be instructed at their lespecttro residences if they so desire. For further Information apply at the court house of ' UILLER, Aug. 28, 1872. Trof. of German and trench. AdiiiiiaiHtralor's) rVoticr. N OTICE la hereby glren that letters of admin istration wero u ranted to the cnderilzned on tho cstato of Matilda A. Hller, deo'd, by tbe Clerk of tho I'robato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on tho'rth day of August, 1872. All iieraoni havlne c'altns against said estate aru requlfedto exhibit them to the administrator lor allowance Wliuin una jenr iruui mi uuii ui said letters, or they may be precluded rrom uny benefit of said estate and if no( exhibited within two rears froai the data of aatd letters they will be forever barred. sep4n38 E. (1. SITTON, Adm'r. Atlmiimtraliir'tt Notice. NOTICE is hereby glvm that loiters of admin istration were S'anted to tho undersigned on the cu.partncrsllip estate of Qulgley & Urn- till, on I no lutn day oi Juiy, 101.', uy lue nora of thb l'robate Court of Lincoln county. Mo, All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit t lie, in to the administrator for ullowanco within one year from the dale of said letters, or they may bs precluded f.om any bonrlit of said estate j and if not exhibited within two years from the date of said letters, they will be forever bariod. ju!3lu31 DAVID T. WADDY, Adm'r. $1 I A YER ONLY FOR IBS HEUALD I AND STATIONERY, "s LYNOTT, cimr All Kinds WAX OF Cutlery and V Tools. RETAIL PRICES. nfX-VaB TO HOUSEWIVES ! TROY BAKERY, rpilIS BAKERY WILL SUPPLY SOU WITH aLight, UeallhlUI Bread,. Chtuper than you tan muke it, ami av you the vexution of often teeing all your 2 eatl ami 'Dough turn out haUly. The, spring and summer season will soon be here, and In order to make it profitable to my customers by furnishing them bread cheaper than they have hercir.f-r been able to get it,' I will sell tickets, each of whiuh t.ill be good for a ten cent loaf of bread, at the rule of 13 for $1, thus giving $1130 worth of bread fur a dollar. MY STOCK OK CON FECTIOx KRIEfc IS LARUE AND VARIED, AND I KESV THE FINER QUALITIES A8 WELL AS STICK CANDIES. lo, Fig, liaitiim, it'C, ami nil hiiuh of Cake Hound, Sponge, 'Lemon, Tea, JScotch unit Ginger. All kindi of Caku and J'u$triet made to order- All order thould be given at lemt' hco d(iys in advance. ' Ariiiiiiiista'ator'M fyotice. A'OTICE la hereby given that letters of ad. 1 1 ministration were granted to the andarslgned on the estate of John Mayea, deceased, by the Clerk u( the Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on the 17th day of October, 1872. All persons having oalua-agalnstsald estate aro required to exhibit them to the administrator for allowance within one year fro n tbe date of said letters, or they may be precluded from say benefit of raid estate, and If not exhibited within two years from the data ef aald letters they trill ba forever baned. ocJJnH W. a. MAYES, Adm'r.