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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1873.
Kxounsiox. Tho steamer bayard
will give a. pleasure excursion on the
4th of July from Louisiana to St.
Louis and ruturu tho following day.
A brass nud strinjr band will be on
board. Tho bunt will reach tho city
early giving the oxcurslnists ample
time to visit theatres and other places
of amusement. Tho faro for the
round trip has been greatly reduced,
being $3.00 from Cnp-au-Grls, Includ
ing munis and lodgtug in St. Louis.
This will be a 11 no opportunity for.
those of our plcasurclovlng young
people who desire to tako advautago
of it. '
We would like tho postmaster at
Weuticvillu to toll us why ho scut our
packago, directed to Chain of Hocks,
back to this iiust-ofllcc on Thursday.
Docs he assort the malls according to
written direction, or does ho follow
the cxamplu of somo of the ivcon
atructcd post-masters down south
who being unablo to read, distribute
tho malls by dividing them into equal
shares? Through this inexcusable
carelessness, our subscribers at the
Chain will be compelled to wait one
week for their papers.
Noticb. All persons Indebted to
the firm of. Jackson k Hutt, either by
noto or opcu account, are requested
to secure samo satisfactorily, or suit
will be brought for collection. AH
open accounts must be closed by note
at onco. GEO. 8. HUTT, Adm.
' Juue25. 1873.
We call your attention' to tho fact
that we have for sale a "Star of the
West" Threshing Machine worth
4600. whieh wo aro authorized to
sell at $tJfc,OiiolialCln six months
balance In Twelve mouths, notes with
approved security hearing ten per
cent, interest from date. A libera!
discount for cash.
Cake & Rocikhs,
Juno 23 Troy Mo
llonimu.t: DuATir. Stculi. Hemp
stead, of Callaway County, n soldier
of the war ot 1312, unci years ago n
rctidoutnt this county, cm no to a hor
rible death last week, by Ileitis: tram
pled under loot by an enraged bull
The lirl intimation Ji:ul uy mu litini
Iv of hi dtinili was hccliiir the Infuri
tort animal toeing tlio ilio mangled
uoilv ot tuu old man in iliu nir, as :i
boy would a bull, So says tho Pulton
Head This. For a pleasant drink
of soda, go to tho Fountain nt tho
corner store of G. W. Mohr. He has
also hint rccuirotl a lot of Ladies and
Misses' straw hats, which ho will sell
at low figures. Gents and boys' felt
hats at from 70 to 1.00; .boots and
shoes, cutlorv. fancy groceries and
provisions, &:., all at low cash prices
All thoso indebted to mo must come
forward and pay ; otherwise their ac
count and notes will be put out for
ii28v8 G. W. Mohr.
I'riuuh Tumumno I Tho hard
times and the scarcity of money
have caused tho prices of goods at
W. H. Cooper's Novelty Cash Store to
tumblo down at a rattling rato,
Calicoes are selling at from G 1-4 to
12 l-2c a yard. A largo stock of new
uoods Just received and ready for
inspection. Call and sec his good
and inform yourself of his low prices
Tho Improved Champion Reaper
and Mower, the best combined reap
r and mower in the world, warrant
od to da irood work whore all other
ninehliiM full. It is the strongest and
most durable and the lighters draft
machine made. Every niachlno war
ranted to give entire satisfaction, or
tho niouoy paid for It will uo rciuua
I'd. Hupalrs kept constantly on hand
1 refer the farmers of Lincoln conn
iv who think of purchasing a reaper
tins year, to tno loiiowiug gciiucuicii
uougnt thoiuinmpiou or mu luaiyenr
11. W. Perkins, i'atrlck Murphy, l1
i. Shclton, Mart Hico, Henry Palmer,
Tom Troll, llenl. PJIsoti, l)r. Tice,
Harvey Ilrawu, Jas. Anderson.
J. 1 LYNOTT,
Jl Agent for.Llucolu county.
To Tkaciikbs. Notlco is hereby
given that 1 will, In aocorduiiceAvitli
tho school law, hold pupllc csamiiia
tlou of tciuihers at tho court house in
Troy outhotlrst Saturday of every
month. Applications tor certificates
must pe made on theso days.
John Wilson, Sup't,
l'ub. Schools, Lincoln county.
Everybody ought to havo a large
wall picturo taken while they can bo
had for $1.00 at Collier's car, Troy
Bring your old plctiiras ol deceased
friondi and rotative, and' have n
large wrII picture, uoplad for $3.00 At
Colliers car. , '
i pictures taken for f 1.00 at
r's car. ,
M. T. Drltton soils best Writrht
City flour at $6.00.
oou bargains in Clothing.
Sells Groceries as cheun as any man
rays 9 cents for oggs. 237
FARMERS AND MECHANICS
SAVIN OS BANK
Jjo'hn jt.KTn&x, J..iirltfo'rn'
Wsii N. Norton,
DpnonltH received. Collection nroinotlv
stlcml (! to, and llcinlttsncc made nt lowest
rule of exchange.
I. .1.1 k.-1 1 ...... ...... O...... - .1 n...
uuiu uuu Bin t'l vuuuij, oiavu uuu uv.l
erunicnt bonds liouirht and sold.
interest uuovvcu on umo acposit ; per
cent, pcrnnnum fnr4 months, and 0 per
cent, nor unnnm forO month.
Lettera of Credit. Foreign Hill of Ex-
cnango on nil tne principal cities or isurope
umisucu at currcni ruiu.
Exchange on 8t. Lonls or New York sold
on favorable terms.
Ne Chargee made an Collection
far parllea residing In the county
tar taoaer lata an ctenana.
IS. IV. BONFIL8,
.Tune 38, 1873. Cashier.
A DMINISTRATOU'S NOTICE.
ii. Notice Ik hereby slven that letter of
numiniHirauon were granu-u to ine unuer
KiKncil on tno cmnte or uimrim w . nition.
deceased, by tlie Clerk of the l'robate Court
of Lincoln vounty, Sllsconrl, on th 23d day
of .June, 187!).
All pcreoii having claim agalnat nald es
tate aro required to exhibit them to the nJ-
ininmtraior lor aiiownnce wiiiun nuo year
flam the ihte of ald letters or they may ha
pri-cluilrd from any bcncllt of ruld extute ;
and If not vxhlbiteil within two yunr from
the date of ald Icttrrx tlicy will ho forever
barred. n25Ji3 VM. Il.VltlliST, Adm'r.
ORDER OV PUBLICATION.
Notli u U IioiiiIiv irlvi'ii that the under-
tiiirned. udiuluUtrntor ol the extntu of Nancy
S. MontL'oinery. duu'd. on thn 18th day of
Alirll. at the April term of the l'rnlmtc
Court of Lincoln countr, Missouri, fur 18TJI,
tiled liU petition in null mlmlnl-lnitor for
the Mile of the reiilcittatoof nalil dueuud,
or so nnieh thereof n may he iiceerry to
pay tin (lent uuo ny saui uecciwn, Heroin-
laiuen ny uic iim nnu liivcninne rcquimi
iv nml imtirf tin cnntrfii'v tin ulimvn
nil order will he made for the falo of raid
real e.tate tit the .1 lily term of the l'rohato
Court fur tttTil. whieh term t-linll he hesun
and held at the court hniiMi In Troy, Ml"
MXiri. on tficn lid Monil.iv III .Inly. 18Til.
when utul where ull per(iii Interested in
slid e-lale will appear and nhow eau-e why
i-a'cl order of sale shmilil not he L'rautnl.
SllJJ Ll.AM'r.u r. llliMCY. AMIU'r.
OHDElt OF I'UIILICaTION
Notleeln herehv irivrn tlmt the uniler-
finuil.niliiiinUtiator t tlio estate of Ja.
.M. Tuner, nee ii, on tne iui nay oi April,
187J. lit the April term of the l'robate Court
of Lincoln county, MNourl, for 187!1, tiled
his petition n-i Midi nilininWrarlur for the
sale of tlio real estate ofsahrdccened, or no
much thereof u tuny be ncrcttkury to liay
tho del its diiehv nalddcreafed.nccompamcil
by the li-Ut and invcntnrle required by law,
and unlc.ix the contrary-ho shown unorder
will he tiiiido for thn eiilo of xuld real estate
at l he .lulv term of tho Trohate Court for
187:!. which term shall be briruii anil held at
tho court house in Troy, Sll'-nurl, on the
second Monday in July. 1870, when and
where all person Interested In said estate
will appear and show ciiuie why suld order
of sale shniilil not be granted.
vSiiil KLUltlOtiK (J. MITTOX, Adm'r.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
Notice is hcrchv ulrcn that the under-
mkiicu, aUMiiiiihiiuior oi me ciato oi ruiiK
Meinan, dee'd, on the IStli day of April,
1870. at tho Auril term of the Probata Court
or Lincoln county, u.ssouri, tor uicu
Ills) petition 8 Mich administrator for tho
sale of Hie real estate of atd deceased, or o
much thereof as mav lie nrccsiarv to nav
the dcbtM due by said deceased, accompanied
by tho llHtn and luvcntnrie reiiitrcd by law,
and tinloM tho contrary be luivn an order
will bo made tor the unle of said real extato
at tiio July term of the Probate Court for
1873, wnicn term Mian be iiwuu ami nctu at
me court noiito in iroy, .uissoun, ou lue
iccond Monday in July. 187.1. when and
where all pcrnonM luterctcd in said estate
will appear and show cause why aald order
or faio ouoiiia uni ne crameii.
18112.) Fit AN K DIKDKIUCIIS, AdmT.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
Notice U hereby iilvou that the undor
slgned, uilmliilstiator of thocstnto of AVm.
T. Hlaek. dee'd. on the 18th day of April.
1873, at the April term of tne Prouatn Court
or Lincoln county, .Missouri, lor isi.t, uieu
hN netltioii at such admlnitrator for the
sale of the real cstatn of mid deceased nr
do much thereof uh may bo necessary to pay
the debts due bv said deceased, uecoinpanlcd
bv tho lUts anil Inrrnlnrlci rrnutml bylaw.
and iinlCHM the contrary be shown1 an order
Will ho made for the salo of naul real estate
ut tlio July term of the Probata Court for
1873, which term shall bo bc'uu mid held at
the court homo in Troy, Missouri, on the
second Monday In. July, 1873, when and
where all Demons interested in wild ctate
Will uimenr and show eallie why said order
ot Kale should not lie in-anted.
vSn&l MAItTIN VV JIOSELY, dm'r,
Order of Publlcatioa.
NOTICE Is hcroby given that tho
undersigned, ndmfnistriitor of the es
tate or Daniel J.yno, uee'd. on tne itun any
of April, 18'3, nt the April term of tho pro
bate court of Lincoln county, Missouri, for
1873, tiled his petition as such administrator
tor the salo of tho real cstatn of suld dee'd
or so much thereof at may bo necessary to
pay tlio debts duo by said deceased accom
panied by the lists and Inventories requir
ed by luw, and unless tho contrary bo shown
an order will bo made far tho sale of said
real estute at tho July term of the probata
court for. 1873, which term shall be beuUn
and held at the court house in Troy, Iff!
ouij, on the secoud Monday In July, 1873,
wheu and whore all persona IntenvsU'dln
all persona IntenvsU'dli
mear and show cmifq wh
should not be sranted.
V II. l'.'MCW, Adm'r;
suld outo will am
sniu orucr or tuiu i
JOHN P; LYNOTT,
HARDWARE AID CUTLERY,
I !!w A k 9 III! I
And Everything that may be dossed under the name of hardware.
viott STORE ON MAIN
Whalatala and Rstall Daalara In
CAS AND COAL-OIL
FIFE AND FITriNfiS
Plumbing, Gas and SteamFit-
ting in all their Branches.
Estimates and Designs fur
nished for Gas and Coal-oil
Fixtures to light
Gas Machines put up to light
public buildings, and warran
ted to give satisfaction.
Store, 203 N. Fifth Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
T711NAL SETTLEMENT. Notice
JL' I hereby given that tlio undersigned,
administrator oi thn estate of .Scmoro Onvls
dee'd. will make a tlnal fdtleinctit of his ait
ministration of said cstatn nt tho next term
nr thn l.tliinln inlltitv'lrnli!itn I !nurt. tnI.A
begun and held nt the couit houte in Troy
, I. ............ trA. I..,. IH
tlU ,IIVBVI.U1I4 4UUI1U1 U f II1V, lOlU
vbiisi x'. u, eiiKbium, Aum'r.
TTJNAL SETTLEMENT. Notice
administrator of tho estate of David Htew-
art, dee'd. will make a Until aettlcment of
ins auminisiratiou ortnui cutato ot the next
term of tho Lincoln county PrubateC'ourt
to be begun and held nt the court house In
i roy ou tne trconu aionuay in July, 1873.
v8n43 STKWAUT & tfllAW, Adm'rs
TniNAL SETTLEMENT. Notico
jD la hereby ulvon that the uni rrxiened
aumiuiiiraior or tnu estate or jmviu liauey
dee'd, will mako n final nettlcment of hi
auuilnlstratlon of Hold estate at tho noxt
term of tlio l.lnco n county Probate Court
to be begun and held at the court house In
i roy ou iuo Kecona juouuay in .liny, lem.
vsnij EDWIN HASTINGS. Adm'r,
"CINAL SETTLEMENT. Notlco
JL'. u hereby trlvcnthat tho undernamed
adiulnl.trator or the estate of John Arirent
dccM, will make a tlnal settlement of his
adm lustration of raid rstnto at tho next
term of the Lincoln county Probate Court
to be hrun and held nt tho oourt house In
i ro, on iuo aeeonu juoiiiiot ni.iuiy, itj.
VSllii'l DAN1KL AUUE.Vf , Adm'r.
TTINAL SETTLEMENT. Notlco
JJ Is horehv Riven that the undersigned
administrator of the estate of MurirurcteiuD
clcr, dee'd, will niuku n tinal acttlemuut of
ms uuimniMrnuou oi ui csiaie oi me nc.xi
term of tho Lincoln county Probate Court
to tie tie'un nnu neiu at ine court noiio iu
Troy on tho secoiul sionuay in ,iuiy, ioTJ.
V9n2i ll.VllTIIOI.OMKW bKl'KLKIt, Adm.
VTnTlllC la hncoliv irlrnu 'thnl tlio
Ji undcrsighed, admfnUtratorof tho cs
tutn nf .lumps William, dee'd. will make n
Itnal settlement of said 'estate at the next
term of tho Lincoln county probate court
to be beirnn and held lu Troy nn Monday,
Jidy 8, l:a. KUKD. WINtt,
,1 7VIIIII I
SCHNELLE & QUERL,
Corner Main and Dcitrohcra 8t,
S rr. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
MTREET, TRqV, MO.
Silver and Plated Ware.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
NO. 210 K0RTH F0DBTD STREET,
(Dutween Ollreand Pine Streets) ,
May 0, 1873p
BARTON S. QUANT, I
Late 1). S. 0 ran tit Co.
Late with Nanion
No. 323 N. COMMERCIAL ST.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Special attention paid to the
sale of Tobacco and Grain.
BOOTS AND SHOES
From tbo Smallest to the Largest Site.',
Than they oan be bought die where.
Also all Other Cioods:
HE HAS UN BAND 4
FULL STOCK OF (LOT II I Mi
Glass and Chinaware,
MISS SARAH J. FENTEM,
i DKALKH IN
Fancy Goods, etc.
A fJOSlPLin'K ASSOllTMENT of tho
lat ta styles of Ladles' llonnott, Uats.
Tho natronatro of friends is solicited.
tSystore over Korten & Brother's.
RIB Kf IE AD &: THORN HILL
Still have their Livery Stables on Chorry st
tho sign iU the brick stable on Main street to
the euntrnry notwIthstandiiiK. Tho original
Laclede Stables, by the above firm, arc, n
they havo always been, a few doors cast of
.Wlllirow'e. OT Buggies, notpes and wag
onstohlre. Uorsea hoardod.by tbo day or
week at reasonable rates, ol9nSp
TROT, .... MO
THORNHLLL & BUSWELL,
THUS 19 A PIR8T-CL ABB MOTEL
furnished In rood style, with iU Ubto
supplied with the neat tho inurket anord.
Stranger stopping In Troy will flud here all
iuu couuons or none.
Is stocked with strletly prime Liquors, stick
a uranuiea, wuisuys, winci, aim, uuu,
, nisu mo uuesv Uranus ui cikots.
1 TTILL REPAID At short
V Y notice ami at tha most remu
onable ratea all work entrusted to
nit care , an exoetieai ttock or watch
e, clock and Jawelry constantly on
hand. Ba wlakaa ta inform thn pit.
Ixcni of Ltneoht eraaty that be hat
permaoenuy locataa ia i roy, ana
Wuenmta all Wrk,
rpHE nnderdgned wiahes to inform
JL the public tint he ia now prcparvd to
do all kind of Carpentenng and Job Work
In the most reasonable tarms. Those wish
Ing to build or repair will And It to their In
terett to give me call. Best of reference
Riven If required.
WILLIAM 11. BRYAN, Troy, Mo.
St. Louis & Keokuk Railaoad
ArrtreA yet, but the Old Reliable
CRUMP A WING
UAS JUST RKCKIVCD TUB L AUGUST
AND CUUAI'EbT LOT OF
' GR0CERIB3 tTtC
Eras- effere In thl market, which
Titer Frepoae to
Soil for Cash
Cheaper than tras ever before offered
ta the rablle. MS
i. B. SMITH.
VAL P. MNCC
3rcheapett Hm im the Cttrl
The Celebrated Whltewttcr Farm and
Freight Wagon. Eich part wat runted to Uo
m part wat runteu to uo
will bo replaced with-
icrteet t it aerective
The Genuine Chicago, Pitts' nnd St. Loul
Whitman Threshing- Machines ; with Moun
ted or Dowu Tower, Straw Blacker, Patent
Braces, Grain Measure and Hacker.
Dodge's Combined Meaner and Mower;
Self itukcr or Dropper. Boat Self Raker
Hughes' Riding Plow tfee greatest .Wuo
dcr of tho age, Ho farmer can do without
Tlie Yandlvcr Corn Planter, lasproved
(or 1S7U. '
The Btar' Walking Cultivator.' " '
These machlnea are warranted to da Rood
work. CallatT.W. Wlthrow's, Troy, Mu.
and examine tbeet before baylaa alaewkere,
D. UTIHa. Mi Ajremt
U fo Lincoln tituiitj,,
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