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THE -HERALD.
"LOCAL AND dotfUTY.
For gn "( bi Warily go to the La
clede ilotof'billiJrd'rooni.
Dr. Iilrk head id absent this week, at
tending the state denial association.
I'olnr soda water ut Woolfolk & Co. 'a,
5 cti a Bn.
Wall paper, all styles, colors and qual
Hj at Dr. East's drug store.
Mr. W H. Ulock of St. -Louis 'wm id
lone Uat'Veelc. 'Ho returned homo on
Monday.
Wo have been on a jollification tho
'the past week, and tho llaald'u one day
'late in consequenco.
A movement is oo foot to establish a
Normal school in Southoast Missouri.
Death or Horace B. Wino. Last
Thursday morning, tho 20th ult., Mr.
Uoracp 0. Wing, probably the oldest
citizen of our county, died at tho resi
dence of his son,' Mr. Frederick Wing,1 Dayton, Ohio, has only 530 places
about three miles southeast of Trov. of whoro tired mortals may fill up with
. j -r t I'll-. . ''tanele leu and beer.
au uvuruusu ui puuupniiim extract oi
Thelnsinuation that Evo was only a
side issuo at tho creation, is a rib-aid jest.
may apple). He was born April 0, 1799,
as Woodstock, VcrmtfntJ being 74 years.
tangle leg" and beer
"A prudent woman," says a witty
Frenchman, "is like a pin her head pre-
and 23 days old at the date of his death. VCD'B h" fr0m 0 f"'
In tho fall of 1810 ho was married to
Miss Mary Perkins, and the day follow
log started for Missouri, travelling by
George Francis Train, it 1s said, will
sue tho city of New York for falsa im
prisonment, claiming $1UU,UUU damages
A Louisville man allows his wife five
Elder I'riost'of Kalis county, the most
'aldnted Ofdiiaptist minister in the state,
(preached in Troy last Sunday evening.
The Farmers and Mechanics bank of
'this place is in full1 blast, and will bo of
'vast benefit to the citizens of our town
' and county.
Lincoln county has taxable property to
Who amount of $4,080,300, and is 83d in
'point of wealth among 114 counties in
' tho state.
Mr J. M. Ellis has shown us two ripe
"etrawborriea of the Cot. Cheney and tho
'Peak's Emperor varieties, raised in his
uarden. One of them measured about
'threo inches in circumference
WOOL WANTED I
Highest market price paid for wool.
It. &. J. ATKINSON,
' ti'JO St. Charles, Mo.
Misses Nancy J. and Susie Motley,
nged .respectively ten and eight years,
vrere the little ludica who found Mr. Jon
athan Ingram's long lost pocket book,
un account of which wo 'gave a short
tine sinbe.
land to i iusDurg, wnoro ne iook a not d-1wl tt wcek , pin monev with lho
ooai in which no vrnveuea 10 onowoco- understanding that sffa shall torlcit ten
town, Illinois, and from thence to St. cents for each absent button and. the
Louis by land, where he arrived in Do- ,amc amount for each cup of poor cotiec.
oeniber of that year, llemaining in that Mr. Willard D. Vandiver, a young
city until (ho spring nf !80, beremoved lfk in Fayette, Howard county, has
to the city of St. Charles, and in October examninp fodjmlUo ,f the llth
following to Troy, wbcro he arrived with grcB8ional district.
only fifiy cents in bis pocket. Ino A short time sinco It.' It Porter, Esq.,
. I. limn liflAn eAl.ln.1 .!nnA li rt t I 1 . I . ' t -tit. . T
iuwu iiuu vticu vugu oviufcu biuvu uuu guot an eagle near nis piace, some futbii
1802 by Zidoek Woods and Joseph milea north ot f niton, which measured
Cottle, also from Woodstock, Vermont. feet rom tip to tip ot itir wings.
Mr. Wine was a tanner bv trado. hut A 0,10 1 P
ih... ,,,! n i..n... hnm n,t hB Knim A vcrv wealthy farmer of Titusvillo
imiavniiigav......; . - , ,1,H ' ...J .. t .fl.lj .
too Door to start one. he went tu aW- H 1,110 i'u,,uu uv -
. . . , , , "it any man a or womau onm or oxen
making without any previous knowlcd6o iu . tho80 bcre oats, his'or. her tail wiH
of tho trado, and with his own bands be cut off, as tho case may be. lama
commenced tho buildina of the Trov Christian man, and pay mi taxes, but dam
tannery, now owned by Messrs. Cake & a man who lots his critters run loose, say t.
ltogors. Of an industrious, energetic and An Ohio engineer slept at his post
1 ne
the
IIARTON 8. GRANT, I ALBERT HOUSTON, CITTilsflTiVr 0 T)'T)T)
GRANT &
HOUSTON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 323 N. COMMERCIAL ST.,
STi LOUIS, 3MCO.
Special attention paid to the "safe
of Tobacco and Grain.
ftprSO mfl
Our deputy county clerk, familiarly
'kiotfo as "Mack," being in a pensive
mood recently, 'leaned back to his -chair
a l the dosk, and in a voice that Wuld
luvo shamed an "Italian opera troupe,
nada the court house walls resound with,
O, when shall I see Jesus" "That'll
'go; I give up tho conundrum !" broke
in our jolly, ready-Vitted'Bonnfils. The
chdrus'waa deafening.
WOOL WANTED I
Highest market prico paid for wool.
It. &. J. ATKINSON,
n20 St. Charles, Mo
ingenious nature, he was soon on the J
road to prosperity, and became one of ine w kinJ CDoueh to run off
tho leading citizens of Troy, to whom wo track after going , several miles, thus
aro indebted for many ol our improve- saving another collision.
ments. Ho was one of, if not the, lead- William Cullen Bryant, a lifo long
ing spirit in the upbuilding of the Troy Abolitionist, in his recent visit to Florida,
Academy, now tho Christian Institute, discovered that tho negroes looked b'ad
' . and huncrv. but were free. Before the
b.x or seven ycors ago he retired oni i f be'8ay8 they looked g,088yi ft an'd
tne snoo ana tanning Business, siucc grea8y,
t ; i- i.. i i: l -i.
nn r iiiii.i mi nun iivkii uiiiruuioiv ul .... ...
' . . Just arrived, by tho Ularksvilln ana
Jacksonville, Illinois, and this place, witu Grcat Western railroad, a larco train of
his children. For several days previous new 00ii at Chantilly, and I will sell
to his .death he had been suffering with '.he eamo at lowest cash prices, or will
.;ii.. In.i ;n.i:no(inn nn.1 nr. ifm mnrn exchange them for all kinds of eountry
rL nn'L . ii i .i produce. Will bo sold as cheap as can
rtP tYia QOili nnlr n inrrrnr ilntp limn r
MALLIXCKRODT'S
NURSERY,
ST- CECABLES, MO.
Situated Half aMllo'Sorith of tho City.
C T. HALLlNcknODT, Froprielor.
Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Roses,
SHRUBBERY,
Shade and Ornamental Trees, &c.
pS Send for Descriptive Cntntoguo.-Q
Dl2m6 "Hfr Frco on Application. "tK!
JEIlfJ SYL.VJESTER,
WHOLESALE AXl) RETAIL DUAL Eli
I
Watches. Diamonds
FRENCH CLOCKS, '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
GAS AND" COAL-OIL
FIXTURES,
PIPE AXD riTJLTft'CJS
AND v
PLUMBERS' MATERIALS.
Tlio Most-Elegant Stodt
OP
HSitchcti and Ctoctik
eVer Brought to im
IS AT THE ST0HE OF
I '1
w "If .
Plumbing Gan Ami Stcmrc
Fitting done In all ilicir
BrancltCsj
EMlliiialCM and ES4'SilS
f iiriiiMhcd for ISas and Coal
Oil Fixtures to lift lit
CHl'ltCHES,
IIOTi:iA nnd
MTOUES.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHBS, ,ai
''I-LAIN ANl) OUS AMENTAL CLXJCKS,
UnOOCIIES AND EAR MKUd,
LADIES' CHAINS AN 5)UACEI.ETS,
SEAL AND 1'i!aIN160I.D"11INOS,
STUDS Jk SI'IUAIj SlIIKT BUTTONS,
SII.VEll AND I'IjATED goblets,
AND MAttt OTHER ORNAMENTS
ft.is narhincH nut un to
SILVER AND PLATED WARE, " ii..i.dings, and
.warramcn io kivc cniin-
9
A Large stock ol Fancy
Articles, Excellent Holiday
!"Presed1s. at Cost.
Store, 203 N. 'Fifth Street,
ST. IOUIS, MO.
common of podophillin, which resulted
in his sudden demise. He was highly
beloved and renpected by our citizens,
and leaves many friends and relations to
mourn his death.
Wo have received tho
I bo bought in St. Louis.
n20
A. CAMERON,
Chantilly, Mo.
M. T. Hritton sells best Wright City
Flour at $5 25.
Good bargains in Clothing.
Sells Groceries as cheap as any man in
A Mistake
Mlnninn frnm Prnf V Halll'lll. WllTrnv
-r.n tn .mnrVo nnnporninv Hint l'avs 'J cents for eecs. v7n4o
gentleman's proposition to the vyouog A
men Ol AUarain wno ueairu iu gompoio nit-'D
for tne cadetbhip Ot this district. Uur j.car Burlington, Iowa, on tho 22dof May,
remarks wero based upon tho statements 1S73, of comumption, BIUDIE, youngest child
of the Leader and Messenger, and wo are of V. L. and Sarah S. Olbbs, aged 2 year., 10
inonms nnu o usye
Watches and 'Jewelry Rejiaired.
NO. 210 NORTH FOURTH STREET .
Hlotwccn Olive and Pino Strocts)
ST. LOUIS,
Mjiy a, J87
Administrator's iVotice.
NOTICE is licrcby given that letters of admin
istration wero granted to tho undersigned
an the cslalo of Annlo A r cent, dee'd, by tho
Clerk of the I'robato Court of Lincoln couuty,
Mo., on tho 2Uh day of Mar oh, 1873. ,
All persons having claim against said estate
aro required to exhibit thorn .to 4 ho administrator
for alluwanco wlthhi ono year fruuVitho ,datu of
said letters, or they may be precluded fro1 any
benefit or saiil estate; ana It not exniutiou
within i wo yean frnm tho data of said letters
they will be forever barred.
aprtf JUiliN li. Aum r.
Whilo at Louisiana last week, our
fridnd Ollie C. liryson of tho Press, and
'his father's family, placed us under last
ing obligations for their kindness to a
n ''stringer in a strfftiga land," for whom
"we 'will ever oherish the most kindly
feelings. And we are indebted also to
clever "Billy" Anderson lor many atten
tions, Dilly ought to be happy as well
ns clever, an'd we'vo no doubt he is, for
lie has one of tho 'Tetttest jroung wives
in Louisiana.
F. W. HarbaBm haB lot 'of fine wag
ons'on hand. Support Home industry,
and buy of him. You will get as good
'or better wagons than those bought of
foreign manufacturers. Thoy are made
of 'the best seasoned wood, and war
ranted. nl8
'Editor Herald: In the report of the
Lincoln County Medical Association
published io your paper of last week, I
am represented as having Baid "that pa
thological lesions are not discovered in
autopsies made in oases of cerebro spinal
meningitis." Your reporter certainly
ihisuoderstoo'd me. The medical gentle
tnen with whom I discussed tho questiou,
did'not so interpret my language ; besides,
I would have all authority against me, if
i oooupied such au extreme position.
But 1 did stato "that pathological lesions
indicative of inammation were rarely
'revealed by autopsies reported by recent
writers, and as observed by the best
scientists of the age." 1 ask this cor
rection in order that my 'p'b'sitio'n 'taay
be truly appreciated and known by tfaa't
part of tho mtdlool fraternity who may
perchanoe hays read the article above
referred to. "Very respectfully,
W. S. HUTT.
The Improved Champion Reaper and
Mowerthe best combined reaper and
tnowor in the world ; warranted to do
good work where all other maobines fair;
U is the strongest and most durable, and
the lightest draft machine made. Every
machine warranted to give entire satisfac
tion or the mon6y refunded, Repairs
-cpt constantly, on band. I refer the
farmers of Lincoln county who think
of purchasing a reaper this year, to the
following gentleman wio bought the
Champion of ine last year. Henry W.
Perkins, Patrick Murphy, Poaohy G.
Sliolion, Mart Rioe, Henry Palmer, Tom
'Trail, James Anderson, Harvey Brown
and PiUon. - ' J. P. LYNOTT,
Agent for Lincoln county.
WOOL WANTED I
Highest market prico paid for wool.
R, & J. ATKINSON,
n20 St. Charles, Mb,
"Wherefore, should I make ray moan,
"Now lLo"darlin child li dead!
Pho to early rest has. gone,
Sho to IIcavc.1 has tied ;
I shall go to her, but she
Never shall return to mo."
W.
glad to make tho correction :
MEXICO, Mo., May tt).
rditor Herald, Troy. 'Mo :
You have unwittingly been drawn into
doint! me an miusttce. Our city papers
wero asked to say that l woulu intorm or
assist any young gentleman ,wnq desired
tho cadctship. I navp written many
letters and rendered assistance to many
boys in the counties adjoining, and in all rruKEN UP by Andrew J. Trlploitof II
J . . i r .1.1 I !.. I .!..n. tnurnal.In ft ilnrlc illin O.nXciTeA hnMO.
case unve muiuiy imiiiiu ...... , - , . t, ,,..
r .,, i i,nnh mni,i oi mn at -. ,u"v , " .
iui uiuuuu .....w a ..- about lne eu0 01 a goose egg, io unnus uigu,
Anil nnrnurann. You are aware that the shad all round, head stall of halter on, and un
published notice of Mr. Buckoer WOUld praised al oy ll. u. ivueier auu v . . o.ur
m i!:.4 : :,. before J. C. Downing, J. 1'.
utuusnarny uo umucu iu luuujr pu....-i 5lay 1 J873.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
important to our school boys. My wish
and voice in tho matter will be for tbo
most deserving in any county, and I
would serve under no other condition.
Please accept this explanation.
Yours witk respect,
ll-. M. HA1I1LL.
"WOOL WANTED?
Highest market price paid for wool.
R. & J. ATKINSON,
n20 St. Charles, Mo.
Final Settlement.
ALL persons interested in the estate of Da
rlil Iluilev deceased, are hcrebv not!
tied that the undersigned, administrator of said
stale, will make a final settlement of his ad
ministration thereof, at .the next term of ithe
I'robato (,'ourt or l.lnooin county, mo., to oe uo-
I gun and held in Troy oil tho second Monday In
July, 1873. EDWIN lUStlNCIS, Adm'r.
Adiniiiifetra'tor's IVoticc.
XTOTICE is hcrebv irivon that loiters of admin
1.1 istration wero granted to tho undersigned
on tho estate cf Jainos P. Linn., deceased.
on tho 13th day of May, 1873, fcy the Clerk of
tbo I'robato Uourt o. Lincoln county, oio.
All persons having claims against salt! astate
Pic Nic Mr. T. 0. Elmore, corres
ponding secretary, writes ns that a 'joint
pic nie Will be hold at Mount Zion church, are quired exhibit them i -ala..tator
near XrUXron, on ID Zatn 108l., wnicn falJ letters, or tlicy may be preeiu
j .. . . . ..... .ml benefit of said estate: and If r
ho says is destined to be a success, and wUMn twn year8 ff0m' the dat0 0
ireeludod f.om any
not oxblblteu
years trom tne aato ot saia totters,
i!ui in a nonnlinrlv intcrestlDI! thev will bo forever baried
, i ....f. . toay2l BENJ. O. SHIPP, Adm'r.
BUU CUllylUK lUOiv Wilt uo I
grand and orderly procession, able and Letlers'of Admlulslra'n de bonis Don
ancealinc discourses, and an abundance ImilE letters of our predecessor. (Hon O. Wll
i i- i ss .! .r.n.l. . I X son. ks Executor of tho estato of John A
OI ueiicious sua .uii6u..s . si.tnn.. .a.nrt. having ceased to have anv leeal
ments. Tne prime oojeot to De aonieveu rcreo on the iotn uay ot April, ion, oy
rder ot uooa i em-1 ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,ir.ij ...j
reason
tlon weV6
granted to the undersigned on said estate on tho
is the good of the order
plars and "the sooial enjoyment of all who 16lh day of April, 1873, by the i'robato Court u
"A i v j r j Llnooln ooudty, Mlisourl.
may attend." Other lodges and friends w. A. K. ELSBERRY,
may
are invited
Fuller & Nations, agents for Singer
Sewincr Maohme. Trov. Mo. nlU
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THE GUAiU HUSH.
From near and far to ColHer'i ear
The petfple are a rushin'l
Before every glass that yon may pais
The girls their heads are bruihin'l
The first thing ycM know away they go
To.seo our Brother George,
That he may make and tor thorn tabs
A photograph ale andlarge.
SoUrothers, all, both great and 'email,
Lay up the cash you're makln',
Ana whan jou lay enough away
Qo have your pleture taken.
B22tl Temperance Gem,
fmavWl T1I09. I. BEATON.
Adm'rs de boats non of Jtbn A. Sitton, de'd
4diniiilstrator'M IVoticc.
"V'OTICK Is hereby given that letters olacV
ll ministration were granted to the undersigned
on the estate of Bolltha O. Long, deceased, If
tko Clerk of the I'robato Court or Lincoln county,
Mo., on the 7th (lay or May, IH73.
All ncrsons bavin"!: -claims agalnstsald estato
are required to exniou inem io me auminniraioi
for allowance wltkln one Tear froa the date o
said letters, r they may be precluded Trom any
benefit of satd estate, and If not exhibited within
two years from the data f laid letters they will
be lorcver uarrea.
mayli J. O. BARNES, Adm'r,
Adiiiinrstrato'r's Notice.
OTICE li hereby zlven that lettera'of ,adm
Istration were KtKnted to the undersigned
on tne estate or Josnua m. rung, aeceasea,
by the Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln
rr T-.niii-na Nnt'u-o la herebv county, Mo , oo the lth day of Aoril, 1873.
TO TEACUIR8. WOlieo IS nereoy j, , Cam.',nst said estat
oiven that I Will. Va accoratrnce Wltn "e .,ronulred to exhibit them to the Administrator
anhnnl law. hold public examination of for allowance within ono year from the date of
I L- hn nniirt house in Trov 00 "Id letter, or they may be precluded rrom any
leaohersat tbo oourt nouse in lJ b,ne(ltof said estate, and If not exhibited within
tho first Saturday of every month, an tw0 ycari from (j,e date of ald loiters (bey will
pp oat ons orcertincaies musi oumauo beioreveroarrca. . n -,-, u V
n these days. Teachers will please bear r..y7 JBIAfl CREtOir, Admr.
.liiain mind. JOHN
Sup. Pub. Sohoolt, Linooln county
WOOL WANTED I
Hiuhest market price paid for wool
n A. .1. ATKINSON.
oo St. Charles, Mo
W, W BIRKIIEAD
SURGEON DENTIST
Troy.
IfliHSOiiri
nfllpo on Main itreot. where he looki to th
. . . t.l In ifnltuv tl miNhain
- f 0 i inieres. oi un iiiiuu m -
Wheat looks well in all parts Of Dt. d,nU, wo;k, Anasililant alwiyi on hand to
ADVERTISE
YOUH BUSINESS IN THE IlSRAlilJ AND
IT Wllili PAY.
SI
A YER ONLY FOR THE HERALD
aaoa n mm
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To Find tho Largest and Best Stock
OF
SCHOOL BOOKS AID si'AT10.EItY,
llbums and Picture Frames
per'fumery and fancy articles,
Soaps, 13 ru s lies and Coniljs,
FIFES, OIO-ABS, TOBACCO
LAMPS AM) LAIflP CUlIfirVEYS,
PAINTS, OILS AND WALL PAPER,
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
Imported ivntl Native Wines,
(FOR MEDICINAL UdE), IS THE
Drug and Medicine H se
OF
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Troy, Mo., May, 13.
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DEALER IS
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
FARM
REAPERS
IHOlrVERS,
(CHTT1IVO
BOXES,
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CIDER and
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PLOWS AND WHEAT PRILLS.
AGRICULTURAL js IMPLEMENTS
It factohV v'jiSaPBp-. betaIl rnkEs.
liriiOW- SASH -A-UsTD GLASS,
And Everything that may be classed under ilk name of hardware.
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For Good Turnouts
GO TU THE BUICKj,
ON MAIN STHEET, ,
TiibV, mo. .
nuggltii ftfiil,M,prses to hire. II orsaV boarded
by tho day or wi-olt. ,
, I also ruga daily mall and iiassenger line tp
and from th'q St. L. K. A N. railroad. Tho hark
will leave Troy at 7 o'clock to tbo morning, mak
ing connection, with both lho Castors, and West;
era boun'i.traink. My hocks and lentils are krt
in'godd order, ab'd careluT'driVers tannage tboin.
nanif JACOU I1AUTJ1 AN.
LACLEDE HOTEL)
TROY, MO.
THORNIllL & Bl'SWELL, Prepr's,'
THIS Is a first-class hotel, furnlstod In gnn.
style audits table aopjilluil. with the beat. tti
market affgrds. tS(angiirstiit))ing in Troy will
find here all the coiuforts of. hoinn. , ,
Tho ft All- is -'stockod wl'h strictly, prime 1.1-
,nir, sooli as llrandies, W)iikles. triaes, Ale,
.Ul
jfn, rlc.j also the finest brands of Cigars,
ir-'nli ,
Ailiniuitilralor's IVolic. .
NOTICE li hereby gjren, that letters of ad
ministration were granted to the under
signed on the estato of Abraham K. King, do
ceased, by the Clerk ,pf the l'robate Court of
Lincoln cuunly, M.O., cu the I'Jlb day of April,
im. . . , ; '
Persons daring ilnlms against .laid ctlate ara
required to exhibit thrin'to the admlnls rator
wilhlone year frow t.ho dateaof uid letters, or
they may be precluded from any bonefit i'fsl'
estate I ant' if not exhihlr) I wilhin Iwo years
from the date vf laid leMrM, thr.v will ba furevei
bVrre'd. iwilk CIIUCCH, Adm't.
Charles tounty . 1 10 ".-.

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