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THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 24, 1873
GOOD NEWS FOR THE PEOPLE!
The Ripest Fruits of the Panic have just been Gathered by
PARKER, CREWS & CO.,
A.nd for the Next OO clays we will offer to our Customer the Largest and Best Assorted stock ot
GENERAL MEROANDISE THAT HAS EVER 'BEEN DISPLAYED IN LINCOLN COUNTY
AT PRICES THAT CAXTXTOT BE UNDERSOLD.
The Bottom has positively been reached, and all those wishing to lay in their Winter Sup
plies will do well to call on us at once, and get the benefit of our reduced prices.
G00Df,rKSy5y.ADVANCE AT A VERY EARLY DAY AND THE ONE
WHO PURCHASES NOW WILL MAKE THE MONEY.
We are offering our large stock WE will sell the newest fof cw buy the For
of Jeans at prices ranging from AND best styles of prints iJ5 1
20C to 600 a yd, AT FROM 8 TO 10C A YARD. tg&ffi&
w have everything New and Desirable in Ladies1 Dress Goods from 12 1-2 to 50c a Yard. .
We are resolved not to be Excelled in offering Real Bargains.
TRY US AND WE WILL PROVE WHAT WE SAY.
WE MEAN BUSINESS ! MONEY MUST CIRCULATE !
Troy, December I, 1873. PARKER, CREWS & CO.
TflAKKN UP by William .Touch of
JL OUrk township m red-ipotted Texan
ter. marked iwulfow fork In left car, T
fcr.ndod on cneli horn, 8 y turn old, ipprahicd
l ftt; idso red uttter, white face, marked
wllov fork in rucli er, branded II on each
horn, 4 year, old, nppruiHcd at f 18 ; lo n
rk hrlndlc Tcxmntecr, " year old, marked
.month crop off left fir, crop ami unlit In
rlislitoar, law horn, apprnued at flu by
VT. T. Powell ami Sam'l Bally, besom J. l.
M.lton, J.l'., Nov ID, 1873. deu3p'.'80c
B . 3.
fTIAKEN UP by Nimroil Hull of
1 Hedfonl townnhip n :i-year oll uttrr.
red roan, white tall and belly, "nmo white
In face, marked Miiooth crop oft' each ear,
lir:indi'd t! on left bin: annraUrU attlAby
Unrux Hall and K. M. Creech before C. Mar.
tin, jr. J. 1'., Nov. St, 18TSI. cteisip
At VI AAA ner tlav. Airentu wantnil
99 III V&U All ilaWiorworkhiRpeo
pie of either ex, vouiib or old, make moro
mnner at work for u In their apare mo
menta.or all the time, than at anytblii? clue.
1'artlculari fret. AUdrcia U. Stlnion & Co.,
1'ortlanU, Me. ITvMr
REDUCED IN PRICE !
THE NEW IMl'KOVKD
THE GREAT FAMILY UTILITY MACHINE
Mm Just opened a new saddle liop In Troy.
Saddles, Harness, Bridles
The lightest runnln.,'. most almplc, durable
mckt ea.lly opcratsd Shuttle Machlno
iu the market. Doev many more
itylcjof work, and lima greater
variety of, ami btltcr att
tachiuciitii thati any
The Only mnchlnc tbat make Four
UUtlnct Kind, of KtltcU.
ml that will cw In oppotlto direction!.
Either Side or Hack Feed, us desired
IT IS THE FAMILY SEWING MA'
CHINE OF THE PAY.
3T.Scnd for Circular, of Machine aud
attachment. Agent wanted everywhere
tt4 Krlh fifth Street, St. Loula.
QUE AT Ih'DUCKMENTS OFFEKEO FOU
Your DuntnuMM In tli
TROT HER ALP
ND CUl.l.Alta ALWAYS ON II AND.
ltcpairuiK Chcniily Done.
Troy, September 1U, 183.
VaIIa I. rrlt'M. .lint I Iimva Mill.
mRiired a ult in tlioLlncoln County Circuit
Court airuiiixt. Jnni"i l.rnch, to dissolve the
iiMmmitrsnin CMiiiuu ovnvrcu me nam
I ,1.. .ir I!.. I. .11. (In. .Ilu bimlvii
in in ii mm iiijDi-iii iir urn nifiij niivini
thert'torc that I will nut bo irspoimllilu lor
Li.,... .i.l.i. ..M r.... ..........
Ull) W Hfc 111 UfllI" IU 1UI Wll VUIIIIIIlklTllll.ll
thi .aid Leach limy Incur or cuter into lot
any purpose whatever.
uci. u. iMii, i' ii t.iir.uirw niuu.
A DMINISTUATOU'S NOTICK.
X'JL Notice Id hereby plvt'ii that letter of
ailiuiniMl'aiioii were ki'uukmi io iiih iiihiu''
Igned on tho eklatuot Miimlbrd llluckwell
deceased, by the Clerk of the 1'robato Court
of Lincoln county, Missouri, on the '21st day
of AURii.t, 187SI.
All persons navipv claim against sam ra
mlnutrator lor it
and if not cxl- i.
tho date of a
libit tln m to the ad
r. within one year
tteraoriney may u.
encllt of said estate :
within two your from
r thov will bo forever
1'erry llarard Smith, Sr., and Mary A
.Smith hi wire, by thor deed of trust, daUd
October the 1st, 16TU. and recorded In book
Y at pa','e lliriiiiul lollowlnj;. In tho Itecord
er oilieo of Lincoln county, Missouri, did
convey to Kpaphrodltu.i sydnor, the real
estate heruliudter described in trust tow
cure tho payment of certain promissory
nates therein described, and wherea one of
raid noles is due and unpaid, and where,
said Kpaphroditusi syduor lias in writing
refilled to ucccpt said trust, and wherraa
I, 'iliouias J, Carter, Sheriff of Lincoln
county, aforesaid, by tho term prescribed
In said deed of trust have become thetrustee
In plaeo of said KpaphroilitiM Syditor, now
therefore at tho rcipientof tho leirul liolileri
of iiaiil notes and by virtue and authority
and power In said deed contained, notice I.
hereby given that
On Saturday, Docomber 90, 1873,
between the hour, of ten o'clock iu the
forenoon ami three o'clock 111 thi afternoon
of that day. at the court house door in tho
town ol 'Iroy, Lincoln count v, Missouri. J
will sidl ill public, vendllo to the IiIjjIipH bid
der tile following deselll.nl real estate sltn
ateil In Lincoln county, Missouri, or so raueJi
thereof as will satisfy said note aud cost ol
cxccutiiiK thl trust, to-wlt : Tho following
dose riucti tract and parcels or land : on
hundred and forty-ouo tf-loo acres of land
loeaieu in i.incoui county, state at .Missouri,
helm: northwest miarter of northeast miur-
tcrand noith half of northwest quarter of
section No. (12) twelve Iu township No. Vft
fortv-cih'ht, rmiKO (S!) two west; alio thr
tweiity-ono and NMbo ai res in tho southroM.
part of the southwest ipiarter of section No.
(I) one In township No. (48) forty-fight, ami
ramie ii esi, coiivejcii iy wiiuani u.nnei
ton to Mcaeou A. Slielton, by devil dated
May 15th, 18SV). and recorded In Lincoln
county Clerk' ofllce iu book L of deeds,
puyes 71 and VI. The above land Is tho farm
ot me sum Jicacon a. imic lion, les one aeif
in tho northwest qtiartcr of northeast of
section (li!) twelve, township (4H) forty-elf ht,
ranKu ii) two west, now occupied u a bun
iiiK icrnuud. THUS, M. CAItTKIt, fheriff.
nov 10ii40 Ity J. A. McDonald, 1. ti.
Your Business la the
PAWIC! PAWIC!! PANIC!!!
PANICKY TIMES PRODUCE PANICKY PRICES!
The Panic has brought down the price of Hides and Tallow, and we propose to bring down the pries of Boots and shoes, saddles, Harness
Collars, and everything in the leather line for Cash.
We have made a Large Reduction in our former Prices, and are deter
mined not to be Undersold by any one.
WE ADVISE ALL TO GIVE IIS A CALL BEFORE MAKING PUSES. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING GOODS AND PRICES.
All Sales made for CASH. Cash paid for Hides and Tallow.
nwlnr to the Death of one of the Partners, those indebted to us on Note or Book Acc't must CALL AXD SETTLE WITHOUT DELAY
Owing to the ueain 01 one oi f'gjj'uss OF XUK Utn SWHT BE BROUGHT TO A CLOSE.
TROY, Dee, 1, 187S. CAKE & ROGERS.
IS. Bi We sell nothing Hut our own band-made work. C. & R.