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THE TROY HERALD.
V( )L. S.
TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1873.
ISSUER. Ac MUDD,
ri."t Vom in Ailvunnc.
ATCt OF ADVERTISING.
I wrnare I MMcrdon ft M
Kaeh additional Insertion 7S
AiUilnlstrntors" Notices 3 00
Final Settlement Notice .1 00
rv Notice (siiglc stray) 3 00
fetch additional stray In same notice, . 1 00
Uhcral deductions will be made to rcrutar
Nci certificate of publication will 1w mule
mil mti'h publication has been paid lor.
5 liu non-observance of tliU rule ha been
m okmIoii of much trottbl and actual loss.
Ohwtuit ConnT. First Monday arter the
fMrth Monday In March and September.
County CortitT. Second Monday In reb
ruiry. Mv. August, nml November.
HtoiuTK ftit'KT. Second Monday In
January, April, July and October.
LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS.
J. Winston Sltton, Kaq., of Now
Hope, was iu town last week, accom
panied by hi daughter, who was hero
to Attend tho touchers institute.
(co. W. IMxon, Kuq., mid .IiIh
brother, Mr. A. J. Dixon, of Louis
ville, were in town last week, attend,
ing court, and tnude us a pleasant
Mr. Win. Kcthcrland and family
and Ills son-in-law, Hugh Akcrs and
family, left this plnco last week for
Texas. Tlicy started in wagons, and
propose to tnako tlio entire tiip over
land. They will steer for lMlot Knob.
Mr. Xethcrluiid is a good citizen, and
we regret losing htm, but with him a
pleasant journey and success in his
Mr. J. F. Nelson of New Hope, was
iu town tho other dny, and gavo us
notice ot three marriages hcrY that
ilncc. Ho said thero were two more
'ouplcs spliced the sanioday, the 16th,
but ho didn't know the nutnes. Five
couples were made linppy iu one day
ten souls with but a xiuglu thought,
tmi hearts that beat as one. That's
right, prepare for cold weather.
Ollie C. Dryson, editor of the Lou
isiana J'i'css, and Dr. E, 1). Wing of
ftockport, Illinois, sou of Mr. Fred.
Wing of this place, passed through
town lust Monday, tho latter to see
tils I'avorito pntlcul, the accomplished
Miss Annie Coleman of Foristell, St.
Charles county, (but the Doctor is
ulUlded in like manner us his patient).
Our marrlugo record will tell the sud
fltory. ' Ollie goes along to sco that
the proper remedies arc administered.
By the way, wo wonder why our
fascinating brother of tho quill does
not follow tho example ol his friend.
The commlttco having in chnrge
tho management of the affairs of the
proposed railroad from our coal mines
to tho iron mines of Franklin county,
have succeeded iu attracting some
attention to their undertaking. It is
proposed to extend the road from tho
mines north to Louisiana, crossing
tho St. Louts and Keokuk railroad at
ti point some twolvo or fifteen miles
north of Troy. Tho rou to will then
cross ercry railroad leading out of
St. Louis on tho Missouri sldo with
exception of tho Iron Mountain.
Tho claim of tho commlttco that this
road Is demanded by tho needs of
manufacturers iu this state, seems to
miva 8omo lorco.
Pis i:u Shot Off. Another acel
duut, the result of carelessness. A
few days ago James Spears, living
about threo miles cast of Millwood,
recolvcd tho contents of a shot gun iu
Ms right hand, lie had been out
hunting squirrels, and was walking
along lu a party of which two were
young ladies. The gun rested on his
shoulder with his hand carelessly
clasping the muzzle. 11 y some means
the gun was discharged, toaring uwny
Ids middle linger and missing bv only
few Inches ouo of the young ladies.
Dr. Smiley amputated his finger and
dressed his wound, Jim is now
doing well, although ho has suilcrcd
intioh pain. Wo arc satisfied that
when he goes hunting again, he will
koop his hands whero they ought to
bo towards the rear of the barrel.
Tho Olarksvlllo Sentinel casts re
flections upon thoso who took part in
tho recent farmers' meeting at this
place, and makes tho charge that
some of tho old party hack of the
count v are flocking under tho protect
lug wings of tho new movement.
These assertions are unfounded. The
meeting referred to wus strictly what
its name slgulllcd i farmciVmcctlng.
Ouo of Its principal objects was to
further the organization of tiie fann
ers of thts county, hit) granges or
clubs, for the purposes farmers have
lu view, when supporting the meas
ures of tho new movement. Thcso It
is well understood relate purely to
the Interests of agriculture, without
rcfcrcnco to party policy. We are
very certain that thoso who composed
the meeting which the Sentinel so
sharply criticizes, Jaro actuated least
of all by party considerations. They
feel tho necessity here in the county
for the fanners to awake to their own
Interests. This was clearly and forci
bly presented in the remarks of one
of the gentlemen on that occasion.
As to tho political issues that nflcct
the interests of the farmers, the moot
ing, so far as the opinion was ox
pressed, took tho right and proper
view that tho farmers' movement
was to reform, as far as possible, by
its Influence and numbers, tho politi
cal dogmas of each of thcoxistlngpur
ties, and neither form a new partv nor
throw Itself blindly into tho arms of
one or the other. Onr co-temporary
need not bo afraid of our intelligent
farmers being ruled by party hacks.
Wo learn front reliable authority
that Mr. Henderson has succeeded iu
negotiating the first mortgago bonds
of the Mississippi Valley and Western
railroad, on a basis satisfactory fo the
directors. This, we are glad to learn,
places the early completion of tho
road beyond doubt. With tho grad
lug and culverts finished from Dar-
dcune to Louisiana, the tics all dcliv
crcd along tho route, but littlo time
will be taken, provided tho weather
be favorable, to construct tho brldg.
lug, lay down the tics and rails and
put the rolling stock upon it. We
may, then, confidently look for the
cars to traverse our county on this
route by spring. We havo no late
Information of negotiations in the In
terest of tho St. Louis and Keokuk,
but from our knowledge of the situa
tion, havo no fears of tho ultlniutc
success. The money panic, that has
been depressing the industries of the
country for tho past month, may
delay measures somewhat, but cannot,
wo aro sure, prevent a successful ter
mination. Tho situation, an tho
whole, we consider an encouraging
one. The crisis while delaying nego
tiations for tho interior road, will
havo tho effect to reduce tho prlcoof
iron to a point that will be of material
advantago to both roads. The im
pression among persons who aro best
qualified to judge, is that both roads
will bo in operation before ninny
mouths havo elapsed. Wo say speed
1'jtOF. II AMII.ltiHKADIMI. TllOSO
of our citbmns who braved tho in
clement weather last Friday evening,
and went to hear Professor Ilninlll
read, enjoyed n tine literary treat.
Tho Professor is a master of cloeu
tiou, and gave an accurato rendering
to his selections, which comprised
Whit tier's Maud Midler; Parrhasius,
by Willis ; Polish Death Scene, by
Mrs, Stephens; lle.tsy and I are out,
and How Betsy and 1 mado up, by
Caiicton, and others. At tho conclu
sion he complimented tho audience as
one of the most attentive and appre
ciative he ever had.
Our merchants, during tho past
weoK.lmvu hud n luriro trade from
Lincoln County. The people up there
who read tne papers Know where tney
can buy dry iroods on the best terms,
All wo have "conversed with. oxiiresH
themselves sutlslled tliut they can do
no butter in St. Louis. St Charles
From n gentleman who was present
on tho occasion, wo leant that a . t , '' ovcr.' nisdeeoiii.hHVobi't'ii pnltl. 1 ho rciiialuder inii-ICoi.t.KiTniis ami IU:ai, Kxtaik .moa ts.
ftrai.irn 'n i..fn.,twl l,. l sjnlniilnv 'ill 111 " . ." ''' '"'"'i''1 iM i"0t '"-' I""''!'"1' lUlt'S at diflort:ltl lilllCs Wltllill tllO lrt!i'Ulr lltlflltlull given to euiivellllelnf
ginngo wns organized lust hatutdn) ai who e.p v.sei themselves upon this1 "vV .. ,,,,, i s ..' ..;..,. and extiuiinatloii .r Uiul titles, and voninl
in Doa prairie, bv State Master T. It. Hi tngreed that the pupil alioub know a'." xl " '" .m"."1" ,in(i niiint,cments vcrv,IH Hlr,.l.1i,ig fC estate, We make a
vi ' .mall portion or any ol the Simmon .-hooi , liavi; already been made to lay It in K,Vmltvf "fivellng
Allen. branches rather limn have? supcrftelnl egal leiidei. notei, blll, etc,, ftt a tca.eiuble coDimUsion'
Jcir. Forgoy, of Plko county, left
for Mississippi, a short Unto slnco,
with 45 mules and 6 horses.
Tho funeral sermon of tho lato Jno.
M. Dlrkhoad was preached last Sun
day by Itov. Jcsso Sutton.
Cap I. Gordon, of tho firm of Wool-
folk & Gordon, left last Monday
morning for St. Louis to lay in a
fresh supply of goods, having, since
the opening of tholr sto:c a tow wecKs
since, had a heavy run on tholr large
Tho Ladles' Library Club will meet
atT. D. Fisher's next Thursdoy after
noon, at two o'clock, weather permit
ting. Thoso ladles who did not join
at the last meeting, but desire to
becomo mcinbors, are cordially in
vited to attend.
Mrs. Deborah Reynolds died last
week at the residence of her son, near
Louisville, iu this county. Xo record
of her ago had been kept, but sho was
at least one hundred years old tho
oldest person In the county. Sho was
a natl vo of Kentucky, and on one occa
sion was in Daniel lloono's fort when
it was attacked by Indians.
Klsowhcro will be found tho adver
tisement of Hackman & Sidio's mar
ble yard, St. Charles. Wo aro ac
quainted with this firm, havo exam
ined tholr stock of marblo and speci
mens of tholr work, and can consci
entiously recommend them to the pa-
tronago of thoso of our readers who
may wish anything iu their Hue.
LINCOLN COUNTY TUACIIEItS
ThY'Uhuay, October 10, 1873.
The Institute convened In the lnre Imll nf
in-- i.iiriMinii itisiiiuiu ouiioing, III iroy, ttt
tin. in.. riiuntv siut't. Wilson nrpulilliiif.
1 lie president announced that the election
ofolliccr wasllrst In order. I'rof. W.T.
i imriiinnfi Mtggosteo; tiie propriety or pint,
polling the election In view of tlio uulcni
rtli'V Of till! weather and lh nntiiltv nrnniii
bers present, 'ind that u lance attendance wus
expected to meet tHiiorrow.
The president 'wild that the constitution
requires thu election to be held on ths 11 cl
iij . and requested Prof. C SI. II. Thurmond
to read the con.tltiltion ; upon the rcadlnu'
in iiku inn luiirr caneii llie ultrlUlon m ine
imetln'.'to the article mil hurl zliiir uimilorltv
of tbo-i present to amend the nunc, und
thereupon nioted that the Mil article be
luneiiiled mi mk to read, "the election of offl.
i cr Muill take place on the 'Jd oay of the
sc.iion." Adopted tinnnliiioiMv. On mo
tion inct'tiiig adjourned to ti o'clock u. in,
. , MHHAV. Oct. 17111.
Institute met tmrvllunt to nillouriinieiit,
president WIImiii in chair. McWlm; ciillei
to order at liall-im-t II o'clock. Mlmiti s !
the provloiii inccUiit.' read and approved.
The president directed the nice tlnir lo tiro.
wed at once with the annual election ofoltl-
1 he following' gentlemen w.ro appointed
for the I'CKliecthe otUcesuiid elected without
opposition. 1st vice president. V. T. Thur
mond; '.'ii vice president, .1. II. Tattle: Ud
vice president, Samuel V. Shcrrlll; oeerc
tary, C. M. II. Thurmond; auditor, Horace
Koso; treasurer, MUh loose.
The lll'csldcllt Ulliuilltpd the fnltnw Inir nv.
ectitle committee: ('. M. II. Thurmond,
chairman: Horace Itosc. W. ,1. Wales. W.
T. ltaker,.l. Il.Tuttle. On mot ton, the pris
Idellt. Mr. Vt'ilon, was added to tlio execu
The former secretary lii-tni? absent with
the programme lu Ids possession, the order
ui exercises was, upon motion, suspended,
and l'rof. Ilamlll of the North Missouri Nor
mal school was iiunnlmotii.lv remiested tn
deliver an uddiess. The l'roli ssor responded
promptly and gracefully, holdlnj; the wtcii
tlon of the audience more than ai. hour with
recitations, icadliuri.&e., u learned iIImiiiIsI-
tlon upon the ett'ilslve mid expulsive touts of
oicc, eiiiorccu uy practical llllistratlnlis.
which excited nut nudienco to lauKhter and
Oil motion of Mr. Thurmond a vote of
tnaiiKa wax tendered l'rof. II. for his inter
est im and instructive uutcrtnlnnu ut. (in
motion a committee of one was appointed to
wniton the secretary, and nrociiru the pro
gramme. On motion of Mr. Thurmond it
committee of three on nine ndmcnts to thu
eoiistlttition and by-laws was appointed as
follows: W. T. Tliiirmoad. J. II. Tuttti-.
Joseph W eleh. Committee to report on Urst
day of next Hcion of the Institute. Ou
motion l'rof. Mct;ullouli or Louisiana public
school was InUtcd to address thu meetlii!..
l'rof, M. resiioiuled bv dlseiisshiL' Hm siib.
Jectsoroi'tboKiaphy and tlramniar and lllus.
iraiinou liu; tioarii nis inetnou or teaching.
The discussion becaine Reneral. and eon-
nuueti wiiii miicii interest until i in.,
whereupon motion the Institute adjourned
until pn'-pat 1 o'clock p. ni.
Institute met pursuant to adjournment,
president Wilson lu the chair. The pro
gramme Inning arrived. It was tinned and
earned that while Itev. Mr. Miller continued
the Mibjcct of Orthography, tho executive
committee shall reinodd the programme to
suit the time left. According to programme.
Itev. .1. II. Tllltle followed on the subject of
Arithmetic, suggesting tho Importance id
thorough Instiuction In tlio iiindamentnl
rulei- Addition, subtraction. Multiplication
am Division a they rim through the whole
coursei of .Mathematics, l'rof. .McClllloilgh
thought that the pupil kIioiiIiI not be per
mitted to rush through Arithmttleor any
iitlinr liimL' Ini, klii.iilil I... ....... 1h...i i...r.
I .. .11 " Ti , v.,i n:, iu -,
mi'm iiui ill. mil'
knowledge of the whole ot It.
l'rof. Ilamlll delivered a lecture on elocu
tion, during widen n dlsctiisuti arose, partic
ipated In by McCullougb. Ilaacy and Tuttle,
in regard to the sound of c, I, and u In Mich
words as her, sir, and urge, which stimulated
Inalllrv and caused a demand for Webster
and Worcester, l'rcsldent Wilson anked
I'rof. Ilamlll the proper pronunciation of
the word "wound. ' lie replied that both
the hard anil sort pronunciations were Used,
and that III general lie thought the dictiona
ries the bent irulde. Mr. Thurmond sin?.
(tested that etymology throw some light
upon the subject ; that the origin of words
oiten Indicated the eorreet pronunciation,
as for Instance the word wound, being of
Mnxon origin, retained the hard sound of mi
wiiitc tiie wont soup, iicingoi r reiicti origin,
retained the suit sound.
The sublect nf Oramuiar was then ills.
cussed. . T. Thurmond said people wen:
I'ldllTrreut to their children studying It.
lie thouirht It liluhlv Ituiiortant and one nf
the foundation stones ot a irood education.
and would like to have a general expression
of opinion on the subject, l'rof. Ilamlll mid
an agreed to tins, wniic ncctiiinugn took the
stand In earnest, saying he was almost ready
to pronounce tlramniar the most Important
branch lu a common school education: aclvo-
eatei the study of Uramniar as a science.
We uo laiigu.ige every day, every science
uses It, urn: It is the result of good tlramniar.
l'linlls should bo required to make sentences,
write them on their slates, and compare
them; help beginners, but require those ad
vanced to do the studying, The question
then arose as to the use or different Oram
mars, l'rof. Ilnmill thought Hint the teacher
might Introduce the opinion of different au
thors. Mr. McCollougli coincided. Itev.
Mr. Miller wanted as many Orammars at
hand as he could mid, hs It takes all of them
to make a good one. Mr. Thurmond thought
mi a great mistake : that dtiierent views
would eonfuso the young mind till It would
become "Involved III involutions wild ;" that
the Integrity nf the authors used should be
presented, and the eonlideiice of the pupil
maintained. When be shall liuvneiiiiiiuereil
blsovvn author, then ho may address hln.scir
io iiiccoiiiuci ni (minorities, i ins view in.
etirred no opposition.
tin motion me meeting adjourned till 0
o'clock a. tn. Ssturduy.
siATI'llllAV. Oet. IKlll.
Institute met pursuant to adjournment,'
President Wilson In thu chair. Institute
called tn order nt hair-past tl o'clock, tin
motion or l'rof Thurmond a vote of thanks
was tendered i'mr. Mci tillough Tor his val
uable contribution to the proceedings of the
Mr. Wales discussed Intellectual Arith
metic. Tell the pupil that a composite num
ber is composite number because It Is made
of more than one; u is made or three 2s or
two Us, Abstract questions cannot he read
ily comprehended by the young; the prin
ciples should be enforced by practical Illus
trations, l'lck tho numbers to iiteees. u
marbles or blocks, get to the bottom of the
ease; Ifliecessarylforce the ntllill's attcntlou
until Votl mil win Ids interest.
I Tcsiucui wi sou uavo an interest tier llln.
tratioii on the blackboard or the aualvsls of
penmanship, lie recommended the s'peucc-
tun ksii-iii, i nv siiiijcci oi Mcograpuy wns
Mr. W. T. Thurmond nddrcssrd the meet.
Ing on the sllblcct of Kdllciilloii. Itev. Mr.
Tuttle suggesting the value or this addresf
anil l ne importance or it liclug rend bv the
community at large. Moved that 'Prof.
Thurmond be requested to furnish aeonv
ror publication to the i roy Herald, and also
moved that the Herald be requested to pub
lish the same. Carried unanimously.
' Itev. Mr. Miller adlrscd the meeting on
the subject. "Our Work as Teachers." Mr.
M. thought that truo education embraced
moral and Intellectual training. Intellectual
education without moral education Is a det
riment to the world. Wu bavu Intel tnls tki-t
demonstrated by the recent development in
the I'rencli nation, Tho teacher should bo a
model iiiiioiii; lie is moulding minds that
must In turn mould minds. There is no
greater evil than the divorcement or relig
ious ironi intc iiccitui education ; they must
gohaiidaiidhand; they must bo united, lam
penitent that 1 permitted my children to be,
lor a short time, under the tutorage of one
who did not combine the moral with his
Intellectual character , would rather let them
grow up without any more lutellccteal train-
line titan nave iiicm under the control ot one
howsoever Intellectual, that did nut possess
the religious qualities.
.nr. aircon moved tne thanks or the Insti
tute to Mr. Miller ror his able and ettlcleut
address, on motion meeting adjourned till
hair-past I p. iu.
Institute met liurstlitut to adlotirnmcnt :
meeting called to order by 1'resldcnt Wilson.
.Miscellaneous uiiMncss was Taken Up aim
disposed of. The lollovving resolutions were
oilercd by Mr. Tuttle :
Ut. Itesolved, that the provision nf the
school law of the state of Missouri, request
ing the Teachers' Institute to be held in each
county and the teachers to attend the same,
ts a wise prov isloii. Adopted.
-ml. That w e, as members of the Teachers'
Institute of Lincoln eotintv,- will lend our
whole liiiluenee to make It a success ami a
power for good. Adopjcd.
'Id. That this Institute, through tho presl
dent, memorialize thu legislature uf the state,
requesting It to chnngu thu school law pro
lining for township boardsot' education, and
Instead thereof to prov ide one board of edu
cation tor the whole county.
rending the consideration uf this resolu
tion, the institute at a latu hour, on motion,
adjourned to iu xt session.
f. M. II. TilliltMONU, See'cy.
,. i. i " .. , ""'ul lilies. tTr office In e'erk's building,
John 11. Henderson iin 'nalietr' . west room. SatUfactlun given or no charge
from Ktiropii for tliU country with hUjimide. (voImii$!
nreeiiics so inn ol money reull.ed on
tho stilo ot m. V. & V.I(. It. IioikIs that !
ho can't fit down without Sum llrowu
"liuhtitiL'" lilni. His "struiiirlh
coiiiitieueu mo suen uiui no uses run
roiltl lion lor tooui-plcKS, anil sKliies eollectloiis and to tin- sale, purchase am-'
till .1 pair of -fiJ.OO.OOO gold llioillileil lea-lug of real estate; abstracts of title.,
I'ollf htilhit locomotives. Look out! rriutts. deeds, tlecds of trust mid inorl
'I'll., lmlirlm, U ..ninlmr Wl.i.n s-'iJ-'e-, made on short notice. Large nilinbec
tlio IMIIglno lb coming. I'l'U (l,f viduable farui. for s.de. Office on Main
.liihiiiiln eiiinus mnrehlng hoiiic." street In Henry's building, up stairs. ni;vs
Of (lie .1Ua,000 of slate IioiiiIr full-
ing duo tills year, all lint 1117,000-
At llurTaio Nursery will be sold this full
for rash at flO per hundred. tl'i.W on lit
months time without Interest, or I will fur
nish trees to reset all that may die fur one
year at $li!,fs) cash per 100. ti I J
Hev. l'attoli. nt tho residence of the bride's
father. ,1. Winston Sltton. Kn., near Nvv
nope, Mr. i nomas Fanner ami Miss Mollle
in, iMTil. nt the rc.lclence nf Hie lirldi.'a lutl.i.r
Mr. David llowdcshell, near New Hope, Mr.
""';" "ii .w. i;ortlle Jlowileslicll.
KI.I.IS I'AllKKIt tl.til,..r if, iHT.i ut
the residence of the bride's mother, near New
Hope, by Itev. J. M. O'llrlcn, Mr. John Kills
and Ml.s Kll.abrth I'nrker.
KKIl'YrUAMl'lli:M.-.Oetobrr 1, tTa.
at the residence of llie bible's mother In Nt w
iiope, uy.Jicv. . witltesldes. tiotdou
cltylo miss Missouri Campbell.
lit"! T IIOl.t.'OMK W,.ilii..u.l.. 1 1......
her 15, IHT.1, at the residence or the bride's
rather, by Itev. ,1. 1. Itobnett. Tho. W.
1 lull, Jr., and Miss .1. A., daughter of lli v.
( harles I.. Ilolcomb.
PI, IN. I. at Hie residence nf Frederick Whip.
Ksn.. by Kid. .1. .1. Krrctt. rimrl,. it t,.7i.
tolitttid Ml-sSallle A, ('rump
lit. iw,j. at the residence or K. I,. Uptcgrove.
near Millwood, by Itev. .loscph ft. Wells,
Itichard 1'. White und Miss Itiuhel It. lime.
WIXO-COl.KMAN-Oeloberai. I:t, t
Hickory Orovo t'hiisilnn (.iiareli, bv itev.
J. Vt . Mountlov. Dr. K. D. WIiil-nritr,rL.
tort. Ill,, and Miss Annie t.'oleman of m.
Charles county. Mo.
IIICKKIi senli.inlii p !bi luri r .. ..i. .1 .
dysenterv, Susan. Wire or Judge Kevl lllckrl.
aged 5.1 years and 'AI days. She was a itath e
of Lebanon. Pennsylvania.
l.AFFKUTV-Thtirsday. ticlobcr 1(1, IM-l.
after a lingering illness rslx mmiihs wlilcli
was borne with ehrMlan rorlltude, Mrs.
Sarah A. Latterly, aged C!i veara.
Dr. J. C. UOOMtlCII.
Will llG 111 TrOV (Willi tlnin In ltnA .
.l?.c ".f ..vhu'h vllu wl bo ven In Tins
11IU1 IIKH.ll.ll. VOlWli,"
Dr. Y. W. ItlltKIIKAD.
.W,'ll.n,,JJ'aiv.1! '"' fo,,n,, ln l'loiHcf , next door
to 1. W W milliiw'tt, up Halm, vvbeivbe
niu-ims in ucihui aim surgieju UlsvAsesul tbe
moutli. He keeiw an assistant always lu the
offleu lo aid lu lifting teeth. Volsir.'S
A. V.-M'KKK R.N.UONPII.H !. HUnTIN.JM.
McKliK, UOXF1LS & MAUTIX,
ATTOUNE Vi AT LAW.
Wilt liractlceln I lie inri
and adjolnlnir eoitntles. Special attention
g vin to collections and matters relating i
real estate. OHU-e northeast corner .Main
and Cherry streets, just below the l.uelciW
i:'.;i.v . IvsmH
ATTOltNKY AT I. AW.
NKW 1IOPK, MO..
Also Notary Public, will tirncllce in tlte
t.oui ts of ihe Miiclcenth Judicial Circuit.
Special attention given to collecting,
pto villi Id
it. v. ma;uudi;,
ATTOltNKY AT l,AW,
( AI'-AIMiltIS, MO
Will practice In the Courts of thc.Nlneti cntlt
.liitllclal oircuit. fptoiimri
W. C. McFAItLAND,
ATTtlKNKY AT LAW.
u 1 practice In the fotirts or the Nineteenth
Judicial Circuit. UlllllmV Sll.-lsl nttnllllnii tn
i-ollectlug. otliceuverll'auk building, vfti'ja
ALLKX & 11AKEU,
ATTOlt.NEYS AT LAW.
Agents State and Vhu nlx liisiiruiicAi t'om
palilcs. and Ural IMate Agents. .1, II. At..
i.KN, Notary Public.
ATTtlltNKY AT LAW.
Will attend to any proses. Iniial business hi
Ihe eourtHorthe Mneleeiith. Judical (ireilit ;
also prosecuting attorney or the eouutv atnl
notary public. ptniitiv
AVALTOX & CltlCECII,
ATTOIINKYS AT LAW.
Will practice In the Courts oi the Nhieleeiuli
Jitd'eiiil circuit and Siuircine Court of tho
State. Huslliess protnplly attended to. ORIcst
over Dr. Ivast's drug store.
F. T. W ILLIAMS,
ATTOltNKY AT LAW.
Also Notary Public and Ileal Kstate Agent,
Will give special attention to collection
real estate tiriietici' Mini tin. Inv iis.t Iirot Itiii nf
FltAIKH Si COLIIEUT.
TTOltNKYS AT LAW.
f 'I'll tltLLllll I
, riii nr.K.lli.i.lii tit is., .!... vi..,. f
- .judicial Circuit. Special attention given t
KXOX Hi XOUTOX,
, A TTOltNKYS AT LAW,