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THE HERALD.
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
Tho medical association will moot in
Troy neat Saturday.
For a game of billiards go to tho La
cleJo Hotel billiard room.
Fuller & Nations, agents for Singer
Sewing Machine, Troy, Mo. nil)
Sco advertisement of tbo "Sweepstakes"
thrcsbing macbino. J. E. Eddcns, agent,
Ncwllopo. Mo.
Miss 8. A. Stuart has been very sick
of inflammatory rheumatism for a weuk
tpabl, and ooablo to teach.
Elder Win. Maloaji is stopping among
us for awhile, and preaching every even
dog at tbo Christian church.
Collier's photograph car has arrived.
IS on is tho time to hao your beauties
transferred ot plato.
We sco Mr. II. 15. Ellis is playing the
agreeable to the patrons of ".Novelty
Cath Store," whore bo will bo pleased to
meet Ins friends.
Teacueiis' Institute The Lincoln
county teachers' institute will meet at
'this placo on Thursday, tho 2 2d inst.aud
remain in session ihrco days.
Dental Dr. J. C. Goodrich will be
at his office in Troy on Tuesday, tho 27ih
inat , to remain duriug tho week. Tbo.so
'dcsiiing his set vices should keep this in
mind.
Masonic Funkral. Tbo funeral of
W. H. Harvey, deceased, with masonic
ceremonies, will take place at Old Alex
andria next Sunday. i
WOOL WANTED I
Highest market prico paid for wool.
11. &. J. ATKINSON,
n20 St. Charles, Mo.
Our esteemed and venerable former
-citizen, Mr. II. B. Wing, now of Jack
sonvillo, III., is among us. Wo aro glad
sec him lookine well.
Wo tender our most grateful auknowl
edgments to tho young ladies who en
livened our homo with a delightful vocal
serenade last Friday night, and hop
'they will favor us again.
Accident. -Last Saturday U. II. Ward
was driving out, with Miss Liziio Fisher.
Tho horso ran off, smashing the buugy
and throwing them nut. Miss Lizzie was
thrown against a tret-, and her breast.
shoulder and face badly bruised, though
forlunatoly life and limbs escaped. Kim
was considerably bruised and jolted
Young men hIiouM know that they arc iu
a proper condition to manage a horse be
furo taking young ladies out to ride.
Our medical associatiun it appoars can't
get its business pill to operating pro
perly. Tho next meeting will take place
in Troy on tho 24th inst. tho fourth
Saturday of tho month, as the .by-laws
provido, according to Dr. McHlwoc, cor
responding secretary ; but wo see by the
Ditpatch, whoso editor is secretary, that
after tho next meeting tho physicians
will meet on tbo first Saturduy of caob
'month. If that bo the case, tho by-laws
had bolter bo changed and a full under
standing arrived at noxt Saturday, so
that thero will bo no trore trouble about
'tho timo and placo of meeting.
Mr. J. 1'. Cadman has been in our.
'town tho past week canvassing for "Camp
boll's New Atlas of Missouri." It is
tbo most correct sectional map of the
f tato we liavo ever seen, aud on a scale of
nix miles to tho inch. The work is of
royal folio size, neatly bound, aud con
tains a history of t lie state, tngothcr with
a general description of its geology, cli
matology, agriculture, entomology, to
"pography of tho state and description of
eaoh county, history aid statistics of our
religious denominations, education, rail
road statistics, list of post offices, and in
fact almost anything you want to know
of our rich, broad and growing state. A
number of our citizens, appreciating tbe
-merits of tbo work, have subscribed for
it.
Lost and Found. Sovoral months
sinco, Mr. Jonathaa Ingram of Waverly
towosbip lost a pocket book containing
-over ninety dollars, and had abandoned
all hopo of ever Gnding it; but a wook
or two since a littlo girl of tho neighbor
hood, while walking across an old Gold,
aw something fluttering iu tho breeze,
and on picking it up sho found it to bo a
two dollar bill. Sho took it to her
mother, who suggested that if sho would
return to tbo Gold sho might God more.
The little girl did so, and scattered here
and there sho picked up tho full amount
lost by Mr. Ingram, and found an old
pookot book that had burstcd open from
exposure to tho weather. Mr. Ingram
was notiGod of tho fact, and identified
the money. Nono of tho bills were too
badly injured to pass readily, which is
-somewhat remarkable, considering how
long since it was lost, IIo offered the
littlo lady 810, but her generous heart
would not allow her to accept it, saying
"he didn't wjnt anything for doing her
duly. Wo failed to loaru her namo.
County Couht Items. Wm. A. (lib '
sou was appointed justico of tho pcaco
ot Hurricane township.
Tho Court appropriated 87,420 to buy
oounty railroad bonds for the purposo ol
retiring them, Mr. Cako was appointed
agont to mako tho purchase
Bids wcro received for malting now
index of tho records of tho Recorder's
office Tho bids were opened yosterday
(Tuesday) and for eomo reason unknown
to'us, the court rejected all bids and post
poncd tho matter indeGnitcly.
Last W cdnosday tho court adjourned
to tho poor "house, wifli tho condition ol
which thoy wcro very favorably impressed
Mr. Drown, tho superintendent, has cvi
dently managed its affair admirably.
Tho farm, containing 1G0 acres, is nearly
all fenced in,
Mr. J. Brevator of Monroo township
made the unprecedented offer to tho court
to pay ono half tho cost of a bridge over
Hob's creek, on tho Moscow an J Cap-au-Grts
road, below the big slough, provided
tho court would appropriate tho o'licr
half. The court appointed L, C. Wright
oaiauilssiuncr to draw up pi mi und apeci
Gcations for the bridge, to bo submitted
at tho July called term (third Monday),
when bids will be advertised for.
Tho lottery jury system, under the new
law, engaged n portion of the court's
timo. A proportionate number of names
of tho citizens of each township arc
written on strips of paper, and all placed
in a hat, or a box, or some convenient
receptacle, and "well shakeu before ta
ken" out. The clerk then draws out one
namo at a time, and woo to tho unlucky
follow that falls into his hands for lie
has to servo on the jury. This process
is kept up until enough are obtained to
Gil out the juries. The following arc
tho grand and petit juries "drawu" by the
new fangled lottery to serve at the fall
term of tho circuit court. It will bo
observed that by this system the small
townships don't always get tho smallest
number of jurors :
UKAND JUUY.
1 B. F. Elliott, Bedford township.
I George A. Smith, Clark "
3 David Wilson, Union "
-1 Saui'l Richards, Ilurricano "
5 Uufus ,V. Hill, Clark "
0 James Wilson, Waverly "
7 J. II. Linthicum, I'rairio "
3 G. W. AVhitc-ides, Union "
II Jonathan Uodsnn, Hurricane"
10 ltobert Kicks, Monroe "
11 A. J. Reeds, Nineveh "
12 Andrew Finley, Union "
IU J. L. Ray, Rcdlbid
14 Frederick Winir, Clark "
lfi Wilford Leo, Millwood "
10 James V. Moxley, Union "
17 T. 1). Wilkinson, Monroo "
15 1. B. Thomas, Nineveh "
l'ETIT JL'KY.
1 J M. Gladucy, Ilurricano township
2 John Ilavuner, 1'iairio "
15 Henry C. Duncan, Clark "
4 J. R. Sholtun, Nineveh "
f J. C Klmore, l'rair o "
(i J. M. Frink, i'edford "
7 Thomas J . Seaton, Hurricane "
8 M R Watts, Hurricane "
9 W. B Cochran, Clark "
10 W. .1. Holmes, I'rairio "
11 W. P. Shocklee, Millwood "
12 C. M. Alloway, Hurricane "
13 A. M. Williams, Clark "
14 M. Lansehc, I'rairio "
15 Thomas J. Nalley, Uurriccne "
10 B. F. Robertson " "
17 T. W. Lewis, Union "
18 lliohard S. Young, Bedford "
19 W. L. Flsberry, Hurricane "
20 James Lyons, M illwood '"
21 S. T. Ingram, Nineveh "
22 Thomas Wilson, Ilurricano "
23 W. K. Duncan, Waverly "
24 Richard Wells, Ilurricano "
I1AUT0N S. OltANT, I
Lato U.S. Grant ,t Co.
ALI1EUT HOUSTON'
Late with Nanton.
Jlarlholoir k Co
WOOL WANTED I
Highest market price paid for wool.
It. k J. ATKINSON,
o20 St. Charles, Mo.
Just arrived, bv tbo Clarksvilln and
Great Western railroad, a larco train of'
new goods at Chantil.y and I will sell COMMISSION MERCHANTS
vim ruwu ut lowt'Bi cnsn prices, or win
::,SIEGEL & BOBB
GRANT &
HOUSTON,
exchange them for all kinds of country
produco. Will bo sold as cheap as can
bo bought in St. Louis.
A. CAMERON,
n20 Chanlilly, Mo.
M. T. Brilton sells best Wricht Citv
Flour at So 25.
Good bargains in Clothing.
Sells Groceries as cheap as anv man in
Troy,
1 ays !) cents for eggs, v7n45
WOOL WAN I ED I
Highest market prico paid for wool.
R. & J. ATKINSON,
n20 St. Charles, Mo.
F. W. Ilarbaum has a lot of fino wag
ons un hand. Support homo industry,
and buy of him. You will get as good
or better wagons than those bought of
foroign manufacturers. Tlicy arc mado
of the best seasoned wood, and war
ranted. ulS
No. 323 N. COMSlKltClAL ST.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Special attention paid to the sale
of Tobacco and Grain.
iipriiO mil
Tlio Must Elegant Stock
OP
WO'JL WANTED ?
Highest market price paid for wool.
R. & J. ATKINSON,
n20 St. Charles, Mo.
Fob Sale. Low, very low, or rent, a
wool carding machino and a portablo en
gino of sufficient power to run two ma
chines, Will sell tho machine for 8250,
and tho ongino for 8250. To any one
purchasing both a largo reduction will
bo mado. Apply to J. M McLcllan, at
Troy, or William T. Wilson, two miles
south of Auburn.
Enigma No. 2, I am composed of 13
letters.
My 10, 4, 1, 3, 8, 0, 13, 1, is wolcome
to n poor man.
My 7, S is one whom wo should dearly
love.
My G, 4, 5, makes many slaves every
year.
My 3, 8, 1, 10 is what many girls are
too proud to do.
My 7, 11, 12, 5, 4, 2, is a girl's name.
My 0, 8, 12, is the naaio of something
well known to all housekeepers.
My whole is very much prized by tho
ladies of Troy.
WOOL WANTED !
Highest market price paid for wool.
R. &. J. ATKINSON,
D20 St. Charles, Mo.
To Teaciiehs. Notico is hereby
given that I will, in accordance with the
school law, hold public examination of
teachers at tho court house in Troy on
tho first Saturday of cvory month. All
applications for certificates must bo mado
un thesodays. Teachers will pleaso bear
this in mind. JOHN WILSON,
Supt. Pub. Schools, Lineolu eouuty
Wall paper, all styles, colors and qual
ity, at Dr. East's druj; store.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
County Vren lor
M A I, li 1 X J fit It 0 1 T ? S
NURSERY,
ST. CHARLES, MO
Situated Half a Mile South of tho City.
C T. MALL1NCKU0DT, Proprietor, UMBERS
Fruit Trees, Grapo Vines, Hoses,1
SHRUBBERY,
Simile and 0rnamriit.il Trees, &c
Wholesale and Jictail Dealers
GAS AND" COAL-OIL
FIXTURES,
PIPE AiVII FITlINCiS
MATERIALS.
rO" Send fur Dcacrltitlto Catalogue. -tiS;
nl2m faXT l'rco on Ar.iilicatlon.-tHvi
JEB1U SYLVESTER,
wuolksau: ASl) uktaii. demku
IN
Watches, Diamonds
FRiijvcH blocks,
Tho Only conulno
SWEEPSTAKES"
Threshing Machino.
C. Aultmn k Co
Manufacturers,
Canton, Ohio.
J. S. liaynsr & Co.
licn'i jb ii
SO C:ith Kits S!.
St. Louis, Mo.
Tlin Sm.nt nlcnn latho nccroilitr-ll
head l l!loTnit".lilti M.ichi-io l.iimlv, Uliil tli
hUl'LllIOIl STItK.StfTII, ilur.iWI.iy, f-liiirila:.
ltycacof ilraft, Hvle of fnil.li, unit i-.ip.niiy l"r
threshing and cleaning irr.iln lit f,l irt.nUt. tabUr
niul hotter tliau any nthir, nic nikiimvliilKut.
Tho Oonnlno Swccpstnli.cs cnrtklea
tho throshcr t P'lk ftonicr-., mUIoui
ptr-p-? fur rq tirs 1.1 -t modi longer tli.in others i..i e
tmit.li Krunii'liiitf und vexation, docs the t.amu.1
mmint nf .vi-rk witli loa labor, nnd enables him to
Hint the ben und most profitable jobs.
The farmer gives it tho preference
and oltcn nn txtr.upnco per Jjushci. bic.ui-.u it
thrcli clean from'lhc heads, separates perfect
from'thc straw, cUansfor market, without waste,
b.ives 11 lie i;rain, ilni-s its work with the utmost
speed, safety, nnd economy, and dies not keep a
.ui of cr and teams about it on expense.
A written Warranty dclncrcdwith ct
cry machine.
The "Sweepstakes" 1' usually a very
scarce article alter liarct, aud parties should
oiaEit LAULY.
feepttratntft, llnrwc Power., Straw SUiekurB.CuaTa
or J.llk, bold separate w lien desired.
Call or send and tela P.iuiphht Circular, Ivinir a
full description and particulars, loyether with prices
etc., etc.
Correspondence invited from all those
who anticipate Iti) 111 u thresher or uny ot its parts.
At! caiiniHtirn tor's .olicr.
NOTICi: is lierehy i;ivin tli.it letters of udiiiin-i.-lr.ition
wcro k anted to Iho tinders! -ned
on tho estato of James S. l.ii.ti, deee.i-cd,
on the tilth day of Mny, IS7:t, hy tin- Clerk of
tho l'rouRto Court o; Lincoln county, ia
All I'errons having claims against said estato
aro required to exhibit them to the iidinliililralnr
tor iilhiwnneo within ono year from the dale of
ald letters, or they may ho precluded f m any
benefit of eniil estato ; nnd if not exhibited
within two years from Iho dato of tnld letters.
they will ho lorcver liarioj.
uin21 BUNJ. O. SHirr, Adm'r
Lcllrrs of Adniiiilslra'n de bonis non.
THE letters of our predecessor, Glon (1. Wil
son, us Kxecutor uf the cstnto of John A.
Si t toll , dccea'od, hnvint; ceased to have any Icul
Icrce on tho 10th day of April, 1S73, by rea-on
of hlsrtslgnali n, letters of administration were
ernntcd to tho undorniirnad nn ealil ostato on tho
lillh duy of April, IS73, hy tho Probate Court of
Lincoln eouuty, .mtsuim.
w. a. k. Ki.siiKrtny,
innj-U THO.-s. I. SKATOX,
Adiu'rs do bonis non of Jihn A. Sltlon, dee'd
AiiiiEiaisli'nloi'N IVolicv.
N OTICi: Is hereby Kiven that letters ol ad
ministration were granted tu tho undersigned
on tho estato of llelitha (1. Lonir, doceasod, by
tho Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln eouuty.
Ho,, on tho "tli day of .May, IS73.
All mrsons having claims against said estate
are rcnulred to exhibit them to tho administrator
fur allowance within ono year fro i tho dato of
tuiJ letters, or they tuny bo precluded Irom any
benefit of said estato. nnd If not exhibited wllhln
two years from tho dato f said loiters they will
bo lorcver barrcu.
maj 14 J. O. UAUNES, Adtu'r.
1 You Want an A No. 1
GOOD WAGON,
Now Ready for Delivery,
OO TO
F. W. HARBAUM?
TEOY, IVEO-
AtliiiiiiiNtralor'M Police.
N'OTICi: Is hereby given that letters of admin
titration wcro granted to tho undorslgncd
on tho lato of Jo'hua M. King, deceased,
Ly the Clerk uf the Probalo Court uf Lincoln
county, Mo , ou tho HMli day of Atril. 1673.
All persons having claims against mild estato
aro required to exhibit them to tho Adrnlniitrutur
for allowanco within ono year fioni the dato of
laid letters, or they may bo precluded from uny
benefit of said csUtc, and If net exhibited within
two years from Iho dato of laid letters thoy will
bo lorcver barrod,
muy7 J03IA1I CnilKCII, Adui'r.
(II; -"i 1st V27it per day. Agents wantedl
JptJ " si,r,' StXf AH classes of working poo
pic of either sox, young or old, mako moro monoy
at work for us in their spue moments, 01 u 1 1 Iho
lime, tliau at nnytiiing use t'artieulurs iimi
Address U, Stlucou Si Co,,Porlljud, Mo, 7vl0y
.VJB'VWJrSKslS.'W,
Watches and Jewelrif Repaired.
NO. 210 iN'OUTM FOURTH STKKKT
fDelwccn Olive nnd Pino Streets)
ST. LOUIS, MO.
May II, 187
AdiiiiiiiMtrtitorN iVolict.
N OTICI! is hereby given that letters of admin
istration wero urnnted to thu I'ndcr.igned
on the estato of Annlo Argent, decM, by the
Clerk of tho t'robato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., on tho 2Hlh day of March, 1S73.
All persons having c'aims ugiin't sahl estate
are required to exhibit thoui tu iho administrator
lor allowanco within ono year Irom ttio iialo ol
said letters, or they may be precluded from any
benent ut sabl estato; anil it not exlulutcil
wl'hin two years from tho dato of said lotUvs
they will bo forever barred,
nprll JOHN II. DIXON", Adtu'r.
PltiiiibiiiK', disiN and SU'tuii
Eittiut;' done in all their
Ilranclics,
IMimalCN aud JtEOSBCJiVS
ftii'tiilKul foi as and Coal
Oil CixtiircsloUlit
un ie;iiE.
DIVIllilJiVOK,
EflOTi:i,S and
M'iti:s.
Huh jlarlfiiiVM put up to
lilit public Hiiildiiis, and
lvari'aiilcd to ivc vntirr
Natislnctioiii
A liarrc lock ol Faucv
Articles, Excellent Holiday
PrcsedtN. at Uont.
Store, 203 N. Fiflh Street,
4 ST. I,OITIS, MO.
ADVERTISE
VOUU BUSINKSS IN TIIK IIEUA'uJ AN I
IT Wild, PAY.
Wtrtchcs and Clocks
EVER BROUGHT TO TROY,
IS AT TIIK BTOIIK OF
(iOM.t AND SII.VKIt WATCIIi:S,
PLAIN AND OUNAMKNTAI, CLO.K.-',
IIIIOOCIIIIS AND llINt!?,
LADIKS' CHAINS AN lJHACUI.KT.S,
SK A I. AND PLAIN HOI.I) KINGS,
STUDS A M'IK.VL SlIIltT IIUTTONS,
MliVnit AND PI.ATIID HOIII.KTS,
AND MANY OTHER ORNAMENTS.
Watches and .leelry
Troy, Mo., May, 1S73.
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To Find the Largest and Best Stock
of
.CUOOfs KOOliS STATIOiEHY',
Mint his and Picture Frames
PERFUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Sonps, UriTslios and Combs,
PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCO
L AM l3 S A K LAM P C HI fl M. N U IT S,
PAINTS, OILS AND WALL PAPER,
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
Imported, nnd IVn-tivo Wines,
(l'Olt MEDICINAL USE), IS THE
Drug and Medicine House
or
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JOHN P. LYNOTT,
I) IiAIiEU I.V
IIAEMA11E AND CUTLERY,
FARM
WACSOIVS
si.
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J M II 11 L 1
REAPF.KS
GUTTING
CULTIVA
ElflMSafjfPf CIWER and
PLOWS AND WHEAT DRILLS,
AGRICULTURAL
AT FACTORY
IMPLEMENTS
KETAIfj. l'ltlCKS.
WI3ST3DOW SGI-I 0-XiA.SS.
And Everything that may he -classed under the name of hardivare.
v7uu STOKU OA' MAI.V KTKEET, TKOV, HO.
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For Good Turnouts
CO TO THU BltlCK
LI VS T.'SISJL MS
OX MAIN STitEKr,
TEOY, MO.
Ililirele nml HnrMja to biro, llone boanlcil
by the ilny or wook.
I nlnorun a dully mall ami iiam-nzcr lino t
ami from tho St. L. K. .V N. rallroml. 'llu- liai-V
will Icavo lroyat 7 oVIk in tlio muriiliijr, male
Inc conr.rctlon nltli both tt.o EailvrH anl H' int
ern boumJ train. My linckaan l It-anm aro kept
ingnml orJcr, ami ci refill ililvcm maiiairo ilim.
naotf JACUU II A HTM AN.
LACLEDE HOTEL,
TROY, IVIO.
TJIOKNIIILL & ni'SWELL, I'ropr's.
Tni8 Is a (lrt-clau Imtel, rurntho4 In roo I
tylo iml Its lablo fumilloil with ibubmt Iho
roarkot ufforil. Stiangcri niojiplug la Troy will
fiml lirmall tlio ooiuforia uf bouio.
Tho UAH ta Mouko.l wi'h ttnctlv rrlmo 1.1-
auora, luch a. Hranclle. U'hlfklca, Winva, Alo,
In, rtc.t ulao Ibo Bum brauja of Cigar,
a)iraanu,
Adniinixli'alor'M iVolict'.
NOTIOK la bvroby given that letter of aiN
Ininlatratlon n-cro irranto.l to iho ui.Ji'i.
ilgneti on tho cdato of Abraham K. Kin;, i!c
ct-iKoJ. by tbo Clorli of tho l'rob.ilo I unit of
Lincoln eouuty, .Mo., ou tbo 19, li Jay of Ai rll,
16711.
l'oraona bavin o'atmi azilnit until e.talc u
niiulro.l tu exhibit Ihrni tu tho ailinlnli lal.ir
Hittiin ono ) car lioni tho Ualo ot nM lottrra, or
thi-y may bo iin-cludiM from any bunolit el aa l
citatoi ami If not i-Uilbl'o I w lihln tn tut
from I lio date of aaM It-ticra, Ihi-v will bo In' cr
UncJ. J00SIA CUEKCII, AJu.'..

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