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;,l.t:tlll, By Uhlcr T. Wiighl,
N'ov. 11th, Tlmnm L. Hill A itibeccn ?. Wright,
.s'nv. J". 1, fli o. W. r.umcrnml Anno Dudley.
Dtc. I ltli, OVi. A. Jennings & Mary 11. WINnn.
O 2t.it, Kreitkl A. D.iwnlr..; .t Mildred .T. 1 ivi
Itce. 2, dpt. Wm. Cnw nnd Olivia l'cntcn.
Dec. 27, Thomas C. Wllllann nnd Iliiadi Davlj.
A Deserved Co:nitUmei:f.
Tlicru Wus it donation party Friday
evening lust, nt tlio liuusu of Hov. J. V.
llavk'.i, l'rcaliytorian minister in tliis
vlaco. and tl.o nninunt. lio rocoivcil writ-
il,.ui oiio hundred dollar, for which ho
tliTi!:-' the donrrs in a card intu-day
Tlio i.liciition of o'ir leaders is direc
ted to the advertisement of "iVltittenliall
in 1 ("i iptnan, dealers in lutuoer, lath.',
liiiicli.-, doors, window Kaah and blind,
i fc . S'(. Umtid.
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When you 10 to St. Lnni and Want a
ood house to !-to at, 1:0 to Mrn. Davis'
;o:trditij;lioafe,No. 17 Fuutli 1th street.
!!cad card in this piper.
(iMsra's JuliKsoa am! Slirrman.
Tin Met'i;ilii Appeal Stale that On-r.il-t
sMitr 11:111 r.tul .luliii-on, roomed at
!i U.io.o Uottfo in tint city, on the
J'llh ol IVi'ombcr The Appeal says the
MiM'tiii'; was a Iriendly cue;
The f?t. I.ouis IlepuhlieauorDec. 2Sth
Anion;; the rucn'm by the steamer
Alaible City on hcrhi;t trip from Jlcin
phis were !en. Jopcph K. .Ih!iiioii, Oon.
Sherman, Jcn. llltiir, Col rnyton, and
' b t di.'titi;:uihe 1 military iretit'.euiai!.
''lieriinn ami .Iclm'toii had been friend"
Vl'mc tin war, thon;.;h Joltnstin U lio
-eniiif of (Jen. Sliotttian by about te 1
;. its. lhiiin the up trip our informant
had an ip;iui'!t.!iity to bear both gentle
man oxpre-! theiitfclve-i on the Icadim
Uetio!H ot the day. One remark ftom
' 11. .lohnston was worthy of note, which
ua-i in the. effect that under the Prcsi
b nt's liberal, humane and truly demo
laiie poliey of reconstruction the South
would so?n get over tlio visible effect of
the war, and that in four years, time the
I uited States would be the most prosper
in and powerful of all nation and of all
iiivcrnmcnts. Cen. Ju1ttiston was travo
lin in tho interests of the Southern Kx-
preis Company, of which hois President,
and left the .Marble City at Cairo to take
(ho cars for Cincinnati.
Mr. Clark Martin, of Van Durcn
ounty, Iowa, Icarnin; of her husband's
infidelity, in connection with his sister-in-law,
was fo enraged that, last wcok on
Thursday, sho resolved on revenge; nnd
n bile ho was eating supper hhe approach
ed him, threw hcrnrms around his ncok
and kis.-cd him; thou stepping back, tdio
dealt him such a blow with as as leaves
no hope of his recovery.
It is a singular fact, that many ladies
v, no know how to presorvo everything
else, can't prcsprvo their tempers. Yet
it may easily bo dono on tho suit' t-palin;;
ptinetplc. It is only to "keep tho mouth
of the vessel tightly closed."
A family in Michigan, actually named
a child Pini?, supposing it would be
their last, but they afterward happenod
to have a daughter and two sons, whom
1 hey have named Addenda, Appendix,
Kstimatc actions not. by their overt ro
eulti merely, but, by. the real though la
lent power that is implied in them, and
the most brilliant deed of outward ho
voism will sometimes fall fur short of
(hose fiuic victories, over self, to which
the Oiuubcicnt eye alone is vfitnoss.
Adversity, Hko winter weather, is of
u.e to kill thoso voriuiu whioh tho Bum
nicr 'ol'prospority.is apt to produco and
"Iijbby, whal; does yotir father do
for a liviug?'' MHo is a philanthtodit;
.mc," "A Mfhat?r,-'"A phiianthropistVJir
lie collects monoy for tho Hanitary Com
inissisii. at)d builds houses oat of the
1 he goological character of tho rock
n which dmnkardi -split is said to be
Heavy Sbipraeat or OrdlRasce to
ino Xnshvillo I'rm and Timet con
tains tho following :
Tho Government is shipping by Tlvcr
tho balnneo of tho ordinance ordered
hence to St. Louis. Over four hundred
pieces of artillery, field and siogo, have
yet to bo shipped. Tho authorities have
been for several days transporting to the
levee at tho foot of IJroad street a num
ber of cannon. vcsterday n James 21
pounder and tv? field pieces concluded
to take rt bath. Down tho levee they
went as if hotly pursued by an army of
enem c.. It was impossible to stop thorn
and into tho river they plunged nnd dis
npearol. They had not emerged on tlio
other side when we left, and wo opino
that whoever wants to seek the bubble
reputation at those cannons' mouth will
havo to bo a mighty good swimnimer.
They will hardly he recovered until tho
low waler btage i-i reached. (!rcat caro
irhould bo cscrcired in handling theso
ponderous guti3. If 0110 chouhl fancy
running into a steamboat, th craft hit
would have a hole knocked into her big
enough to march a regiment in.
A Train Ititns Av.ay from the Con
ductor. The llorhester Union has tho follow
ing: The first instance that ever came to
our knowledge of a train running uw.iy
from its conductor occurred yesterday.
mi the l'.iio road, at Avon. The uiuiii
ing train from this city stopped nt Avon
to dine. Whilo the conductor, brake-
man and foina eight or ten passengers
were at the table, the engineer tuck his
signal to start, from tho wrong person,
and went on his way to Corning. As
the train approached Livonia the signal
was given to break, but was not respon
ded to, and tho train ran by the station.
The engineer backed tp anil went back
to poo what was the matter.
He found the train was without con
ductcr or brakeinan. lie receive J a tel
egram from tho conductor that ho wax
following with an engine, and waited ac
cordingly. Mis-fortunes do not conic
singly. Tho engine, which the conduc
tor had procured at Avon to conveyhim
elf and passengers to Livonia, broke
down soon after starting, aud the party
had to return and get a carriage, with
which thoy drove to Livonia. The rc
ult of the mishap was that the train
reached Corning nearly three hours after
One of the passengers, who w?s left
with the conductor eating his breakfast,
had 8 17,000 in ti satchel which he had
lel'l in the car, and a lady had :i uney
and valuable" to tho nt.uiuut of over
.a2,O0O in her satchel. 'Jhe.-c pa'-scu
ers wore extremely anxious to overtake
the runaway train, and were relieved
from anxiety when they secured their
satchels all right, ft was a mishap that
might not occur again in many years.
SiWin.Aii Airiinwr. As an express
train was approaching Clinton, Connecti
cut, n few dayn ago, a . ow, annoyed by a
small dog, da-hed on to the rails. When
tho train had passed the cow lay with her
head cut off, and tho little dog, with his
tail cut oil' sat between the rails, looking
after tho retiring cars with a fuce indica
tive of the most intense astonishment and
The people in tho .Northwest portion
of Holt coiin'.y, Mo. are much troubled
with thieves who have indulged their
propensities in killing hogs and cattle.
Some of the farmers have lost several
hundred dollars worth of stock, tuid
their paticuoa becoming exhausted, they
had a meeting last Saturday nt the school
house in the iieighhoi hood of Mr. Sto
ry's, and appointed a committco of live
to 'notify thrco persons to leave tlio
neighborhood. This committco was com
posed of some of tho most Mtbstautial
men in the neighborhood.
The Folly or Maukiml,
A company opened an office in Chelan
Alley, during the South Sea mania, to
receive subscriptions for raising a million
of dollars for a purposo to bo known af
ter the million was raised! The people
flocked in aud paid fivo biddings on every
lilly tncy flubscrincu. A largo sum was
thus colloctcd when an advertisement was
published, announcing that Fubscribors
might have their deposits without any
reduction, as the project ut tlio director)
was merely a trial to tee how many fools
they could make in one day.
Wttltcicash thtt will not rub out. -Mix
up half a pint of lime and water, take
half a pint of.flour apd mako a starch of
it, and pour it into tlio whitewash while
hot. Stir it well and it is ready for use.
Fire and Water Vronf Cement To
half a pint of milk, put an equal quantity
of vinegar to curdlo it. Tako only tho
whey nnd mis fo.tr or fivo eggs, beating
thowholo together. When mixed, add
silted nuicklimo until it acquires tho con-
sistcuco of a thi"k paste. With this,
broken vessels, and cracks of all kinds
may bo mended. It dries quickly, nnd
resists tbo action of water, and a consid
erable dorce of flro,
A specification hat reccntlv been filed
at tho English Patent Office lor iuwroYe-
monts in botlinz eggs. This was ahort
ly afterwards followed by a patent for a
uiaohino for removing the tops from eggs
previous to eating them. A London pa
per soys: "Wo hopo next week to be a
blo to announce that a patent has boon
secured by souiobody's graudiuothtr for
sucking tue above deheacus,
Resumption or Specie Payment,
Tho New York Journal of Commerce
of tho 22d snys:
If thoso writors who treit tho nubile
altuoit daily to n repetition of tlie stale
assertion that' there is nothing in the way
of an itnmcdiato resumption of specie pay-
moms, wauiu look tho plainest facta but
onco in the face, they would find abundant
occasion for thought and less fluency of
uncrance. a conespoo'ient quotes one
of theso scribblers, ami nsks. "What
then is in tho way?'' We reply: Tho
funding of the immense unfunded debt of
the nation; that is in tho way. If this
idea is 'too great, let the undertakers in
that relation Miggost a practical method
of providing for tho floating debt, tho
mere temporary liabilities of tbo Treasu
ry, and at the satuo time to make "r.u tin
mcdialo resumption of snccio navmnnts."
We are well-known friends and advocates
ol tho hard-monev svftcm. and we onvos
ed tho paper-moaoy'iiifiaiiou with all our
might; nt tho timo when theso now con
verts to our faith weie clamorous for theso
exccbsivc issues. Hut wo have little pa
tience with this sentries cry for an im
mediate return ton sne ie ban- in tho face
..1' : . 1 ,
"i viieuiiixi.iiiccs which miner mien a
sudden change utterly impracticable.
4 - -
A Jocular Christian.
A poor man lived near Peaenn Murray,
referred to in the true!, ''Worth a Hollar,"
and occasionally called at hi; hou-io for a
supply oT milk. One morning he came
when the family were atlneaklast. Mrs.
.Murray rne to wait upon liini but the
(Ueaccti .-mil to Iier "watt till alter break-
last, She ilul ro, ami me.mlinio (he
dc.vou made some iuriuiric.! of the man
about his family and circutvi-slatiees. Af
ter family worship the deacon invited him
to go out to tlio barn with him. When
they got into tho yardthc dciieon. point
iuir to one of the cow-", exelaiued, " I'hcie,
take that cow, and drive her hntne." The
man thanked him heartily for tho cow,
and started for home, I ut the deacon was
observed to stand ill the attitude of deep
thought until the man had gone some
rods. lie then looked up uud called out,
"Mcy, bring that cow back." Tho man
looked around, aud the deacon added,
"Let that cow come back, and you come
back, too." He did so, and when became
back into tho yard again tho deacon said,
"There, now take your pick out of the
eows; I aint going to lend to tho Lord the
pouiest cow I've got!"
The season is at hand when many per
sons will be ca.'.ed on to salt their pork,
aud some of the in will be at a loss a to
how It is dune. An article is going
through the papers, suggesting that the
right way is to "put twenty live pounds
ol salt to the bairel; then make a brine
and put oil cold. After it has become
pickled through, scald, skim tho brine
and turn it on hot, as it baa settled, and
scald as often as it is bloody."
Tliero it is "verbatim et literatim,"
just as clear as mud, and enough to dis
tract tiny one who has u barrel ol'putl; at
stake. Nothing is more simple than to
salt a bariel of pork so that it will keep
forever, for augr.t we know, if you don t
eat it. In the iiiat place, havo n goud
hog, drcs! him in a cool time, uud thou
let him hang until the whole carcass is
cooled throughout. Cut out the fat
pork neatly, taking away ever pieco that
is bloody, or wash cut tho blood clean
with cold water. The strips should be
tin eo or four inches wide. Lay them
in 11 cool place, each pieco by itself, for
twenty-four hours, thou sprinkle the
bottom of a porfeetly sweet Uarrel, half
an inch thick, with wnatisenllcU "coarse
tine" salt, nnd on that lay the strips of
pork, with the skin next tho barrel, and
so continue until tho bottom is entirely
covered. Pack it closely. Then cover
that layer with half an inch of salt, aud
so continue until the barrel is nearly full
cover the top with salt, and then lay a
clean strip of board over it, and 011 that
a stone sufficiently heavy to keep tho
whole from rising. Let it stand twelve
hours, mid then fill the band with clean
cold water. Wo have pinched this
method for twenty years, and have not
lost ii pound cf pork. Vt is sweet and
gives an excellent relish to many kinds
of food in cooking that uo'.liiug else
will. If lean pieces aro desireu, thoy
should bo most carefully washed beforo
being salted. In taking the pork from
tho barrel, no piece must ever bo, allowed
to 9oat above tho brine, as it will be like
ly tK, miu tho whole. If the weather if
a littlo warm when tho pork is salted, it
will be well to tako it out in April, wash
tho barrel, scald tho brine, and when
cool, return it; and add new salt as tho
pork is laid in. N. K. Farmer.
A Minister, whose name it is not nee
cssary to mention, had a sou who was
quite a rogue, and withal, something of a
wag. Cue d y tho boy had been guilty
of t misdemeanor, for which tho father
had called him to account, when tho fol
lowing dialoguo took place:
"John, you havo dono wrong, nnd I
must punish you." "Very woll, sir, just
as you say." "Then tako off your coat."
"lessir, but father, would it not bo best
first to cngago inprtyerV"
This was ton much for tho minister,
tho waggery of tho son completely over
came nun, eo witnout eituer prayor or
flogging ho dismissed the boy whilo ho
turned away to relievo his risibles,
Ho your money millions or mites, bo
your talents two or ten, bo your heart
young and green, or eeurod aud witborod
lay them at tbo Savior's feet, and let tho
advancement of his kingdom bo your one
It is not wise for young men to dospb-o
their trade. Thero is no manhood in an
affected disdain of honest labor, lio
who sneers nt n carpenter, saddler, or
blacksmith, and holds himself nbeve
them because ho is a clerk of t ome kind,
is far .from possosi ins the traits ofatruo
gentleman. Young men without trades
may be received well in certain classes of
society, and bo courted by tho light
headed and frivolous: but did they
know how low they aro estimated in tho
opinions of those who have made their
fortunes by f.crcvcring industry, or bo.
coining educated and famous, they cer
tainly would not so persistently ignore
manual labor and seout the laborer. The
substantial treu of the country, tho piae
tical common eonso men of judgement
and untiling energy, do not regard a
mechanic as unworthy of their oslecni,
hut rather praise him for his manly ef
fort in his course of industry, which will
finally give him competency and oonteiit.
An exjhango, noticing tho marriage
of Mr. James llogg, to MNsKlla Hems,
says Perl: and Deans form a natural un
ioii. 4at tbinkn one bean to a hog is a
.7 O 13 112.1 'IV rr 1 IV CI .
ruo way to maki:
I;? TO USK
At died lu pinpvr ij-iantltlei with Ingsnulty,
r.Fnato nnd WIcill.
Tlio Herald Oflicu y pit parol to print
RiSSs, Cr.r5i, 'tpcniar nnd
On the fhortcst notlco and most reajorafclctiriii.
Jill UUDUIUOO ill.lil
somclliin? in the way
A Store Hill, a Card or Circular
I nliiiuct i n.t j cna Me.
Who may led .,,.! , ,a,r t.s with!
inrir iiairiinnj;r, miiy ii.t nfiini taut no pmn
i"aull l.o -pared nn nor pjrt to fervetbilr Intcni.ti'
f ilthfully and promptly.
A share ol Public patronage Is must
7IXAL SRTl'IiKMKXT. otlel.heieby Kir
I. en to all peiMinn lnti reted tint the undi'Vli:n-
lAdtuiiii'tratornf tho Kioto of Fr.ldcl 11. Mn
Donald ileeeafrd, tlmt ho will iLako 11 final n ttir-
mcntof hl.i r.diniuintrali'.n nf laid estnfo ut the
nott FtbruaTy tcnu of die Lincoln County IVuit,
to be beftiin and hfbl in Troy onTunMlny'tbcliltb
day of l'tbtuary 18c.;.
J. WISHTOX BITTOX, Adm'r.
Jan. 3, 1 8, Q . pd rlw
11 jsa i, Hl'TT::ivc7lr7
by irlven to ail iht'oiii Intereiited tbit th
under'isiird adiniiiiitr.itor nf tho e'lnlo nf Jninri
ilfcltoileeenfed, that ho will iniiko n flnnl Fettle-
meat nf hl udmlnintrati in nf aid cuteto nt the
next I'tlruary term nftlio Llur.itn enmity Couit,
to bo bi'i;iin aud hold In 'I'my on Tilvdiy "the Mtb
11. iy 01 1 ruiuary ioov,
January 6, 160(5. n2-Cw Adiiilriijltatur.
Gl!.ltl)IA.S H.VAI. SIO FTI.ililll'lNT
Viitliii 1.4 tieri'liv I'lten In nil i..i-.i.ii l..l..rn 1.
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ed lu tho estalcof Oavid l.nriii dietured, that the
undortlsie I, (luar lbn nftho minor heiin, .latutii
II. Clark and Xniiey .la no Martin, ol mid cttale.
will mako u flnal neltleinent ofhli almliilrtra
tion of raid ostato at tho next February tern of
Iho Llneoln county Court, t i bo bcirun nnd held
In Troy on XuesdnythelSthday nf I'obruiry ' Fflti
ivii.i.iA.M uiiAiii,, uimniiin.
Jimunry 5, isfirt. iiJpr.w
Xc. 17 South t'uurtli lrcci,
SX. LOriS, MO.
Trnrlent, Weekly and Day Honrderi nccomtno.
dated on reasonable K'luii.
Whittonliall and Chapman 5
MSAMtns IS ALL KISDS Ol'
XjalliH anil ShinioK,
Alo, Manufncturi'rs of
8ASII, liOOltri, KlilNDS, &C.
I.nmber Yuril 4-1 Drniidway, Hath Factory
aud l'ianlnr; Mill, l.neujt treot, between Third
un I Fourth, ST. I.OUIH, MO.
All kind; ofdrojted ininbcr, mouMlas, Ac, on
hand. lliilldlnEof all Uiodi nndjob work attcn-
Sale of Ken! Estate.
BY virtu of on order of the County Coutt of
Lincoln County, SIiiourl. at the November
Term, 1869; I Kill ott nt publlo auction, to tlio
higuoit blUder, at tno court itoitio uoor, in i roy,
In kableountv. on thotio.'ond (lav of tho Febru
ary Term of paid County Court b, lug
Tuctdau, Fthruaty VSth 18C0,
tho following dcjcribcd Iloat Eitato of Vliilander
Logan, deecaicd, (unlcis prctloui to that dur
sold nt prlvato contract )
.a m. a . I ..... . f . 1. n..,
42 aercuiiio ooum r.uii. ui coum it vnt bqu
tlcn 20. Townihln 49. ratnto 2 Eixsl.
42 acrci tho outn went ofaoutb. iicst, icetlun
20, toirnsblp 40, ranRO 3 cast.
43 ocren Tho uortb wist of north east, section
2t, tovnsbiji 41', ransc 2 cast.
42 acre; Th north cait of north veil, icetion
20, towuililp 4f, runse 2 tiwt.
49 aeroi Tho northwest uffouth west, lec
tion 20. tonnsliin 111. ran s 2 east.
80 acre Tbu west lulfof north west, lection
20: township 40; range cist.
Tkhms Ouehalf cath lu hind, and ono half on
a credit of nine, tcniUm tho purehimer rjluni
Kind wltn apprnvcii seouriiy tor iui) paytueni J
niiOlluv W. II AHDKST Y, Adm'r..
!' 1'hil.iU'Jcr l.om. du'i ired
I'eeCC a' 4.
AdinhifctrntorVi Nate ol
IN' i.1h"IImico to an ordji of tho County Tourl of!
Lincoln county, Ml'-lditrl, inadunt the N'i. win
ter Term tlioreol fur l"!!J; I will fell ut tibl.'
ituMton to tin btj;hi t bidder, at tlio trnnt ib 'ir
of the O urt Home, In Troy, In mid coualy, i n j
Tuesday, rlruary 1H, ISM,
(If not sold bcfuK" that time nt mlvitc ,nli IV
f11Ilowlnudceribtdte.il estato Ysluiif'ni; to t'n
rot it of Bamuel A. IiOjan, ilcenni-l, to wit : . 1
,ovinty-lx aero aud iHotily-.-mn bundn.l.bi
01 nn norc, 1110 riuui itiiiiortue ,rot;i r.1 t iiugt
tot, fcellnn twmty, tor.nthi;i furt.ilm: uiijri
rive utroj and fifty liundredthl of on nire, in
tlifl south half of routli ircfl quarter. e-tloii
tn'cnlyj tiinhlp forty-iilne, rancid." l ist.
Ti:kms Ono Lnlf en.li! bilancj n a er.-dlf of
fit minth,l!i)Mirehaar glTlnu twnd nitli up
UOBUIIT R. T.00AX, Adm'r.
of Siiuael .. T.-iid'h Ilitut".
Dr. 20 lEM.
IK nbBdieiir oto an or icr f tho dainty (Virt 1 1
Lincoln cnun'y, .Mi.url, 10.1J9 at tbo N. . in
ber Tirm tlurcof (or ISOJs I will .!! n .'..h'i"
aorticn, to thu higlip"! bild.T, nt tlie fr -u ,'im 1
if tho Court llnuso lu Troy. In t!d cotnty,
Timihiy, Vebruary 111, 1':U15,
Tba follurtina 1. teril.o.l l'cal Yrxt't, be' .nr!
to tin 1 t'iitv of Ueorno W. Suliv.'n, i!o.'c.im1.
. to Wil !"
l.'ij-bty ncro; Tbr cut hi'f of tin. r..iri!i c
r)U.irllTi C'll"1 lu.-lVP, tl.'UI-bin f. I.i,.ij
roni;o t ijt, In i.tir-..In -uti n' j . .'Il'-ionl.
'li'HiH A ertdlt 1.1 Vi t'".ni'i-' ,-iihlei
giving bond wlt'i 11 1 i,-. ! fiointr.
tjl.NCI.All l 1.1 AX, Adm'r.
r.f lrir!ti V. l-'ulivn.' Il.tate.
Ilejenilur -J Ism.
IN" obtdicn-o to.m nr.lo i.f !h t m'v fnurt r.'
l.lnviln utility. MI-onri, iii obi ut t! .'.. , 111
bir 'l'irm thoreot. t..r Is'Ut 1 will til! nt uL!b
I'H'tlfin to tho ing'n.at bld.l. r, ut tbu Ir. nt i!..ur ut
the Court llouiu, lu Tiny, In jiJ inui.lx, iu
Tuesday, J-Wmary 111, U'lii!;
The fidlowtns de IL-d He 1 1 K-tate. 1 1 !. r;-'.
to tbu Co-p'ittt.'..rbii l.'itiK of llirUuviu i.tid
llnncnek, lcoof3, In w't .
l'crty nere 'll.e .-ooth mil nf nutth ei.t co
tb.n Ui Townblp 4V, llii.i'a .1 V.V.i.
Forty iieies Hie north weft nf mirth -:ir fie
tl.in t; Tin mltii. tt'j Ultimo S Won.
1'orly oie '1 lio tiotth it, t "f nrlli e it ttt
tli n Towiishlp 10; llmJ Hut,
X cnus t'ash.
ISAAC If. OWINtN. Adm'r.
of Oi-rt., of lllilihval uu l Hancil.
Uie. 2'j lsti.'i.
Order 1 Pr.hlicaJEOj:.
I.incoi.:; Corvrv C cut. M - . n,
November Xirm W,5,
A MONO tin? reeordi of rail Court, iuado.it
taid tcnu, l the fullowlm? to v it
How hero ltolo it II. Hudson, Adnliiiuratur
of the rilnto of Carl;,- Vul!, ilicrni il, .ipiionr
Olid file i hl pctitii n tor IhJ nileof the ii-.l i.t.ito
nt lid istat.-, or ro much, thereof m irlll he -uin-elcnt
Oi pay Iho (li bl.- due asaiuit t .11 1 . jtate. mid
( unpaid lor want nf mtettti ss'onipuiilid by the
H7I-, III, fllMine lllltl arr;uijlllj. IIIJ Ulh.lo iLIIIU'tl
by tbeaiTidavlt it mldiulmlnl'tlntnr. 'lKteupf.n
tho C.nirt order, niljuilgu nnd deetc- that all per
"n iutere'tod In p il.l .,l.iii. h n-ti 1.. i;..u ..1 ..il.l
..III .., 1... - ... I tl ....I, I-!...,... .....
J'nur in tin- next tegular tiriu ot 'Iiii Viri, nin!
iinleu tho contrary bo rhown on nr I rf.iii. 'ili
I tirni, an order III lie ivido fr tin1 nii. tali
real ctato, Untten ni,ei d -pnd wli!
I with, nn 1
A tiuo copy frora the rord.
rN In ttJliaiony where 'f I, I'r.ineii C.
( PFi.I r, ) Cak", Clerk of the tVtnty Co-irt ..1
7(fZS I.luroln Ci.mity Jliiuuil, hfiicutn
fubseribo my name, and allix my nffiel it real a!
ni'icc, In 'iroy in mid eouniy, tills iTth day cf
liteciuber A. I). n.
l'lJAXCJS C. CAICn. Clerl:.
Dee. 13 IS!'.;, J.w
THE undersigned would Inform the citlz.'n.'
nfXroynnd lieinily, thtt ho Ii.h opened 11
fhop in Xroy, in Iho Obi Church, ore denr ."'.'nth
of Mr. Sweeney l'lovlion tlntv, where he biptc
ii.iredtii nttciid to all call la bis lino, lie will
build or repair 1!mic., tu.iko nud meud Vai;i.n
on Iho fliortent notica, and in cheap and as good
111 any nf hid nuiibmn.
All .fob wotk, iiih a tifiiillng and repairing,
will receive pveuiit intuition.
3T2 Ct5 35PT' 15 V TT nr." n
Will be. 111 .via to nt'lcr nn 11 few hu'in nuthv.
A baro of publl 'pMn nur' I- most -i..crtfiiiT
1'oll-llid. J. U. MILLKlt. '
Dec. 2) lti.li,
Tlliv uuderrlcned ln now n lar
l variety of I'tiilt and ilruntii mill I'ri"
old j-tniid fit and u liall mile c i l nFT"y, and
on" nil. I li I. till miles cast ol Mneow liiiil.
Uislrult I' varied mid i f thu
and bcluK aeelimatod lo.t'iii fell, the rlinnv for I
llii Hung; ii n liundrvd pir nut greater lii.in tlmt
btouglit fr.im a ill-tance.
XI is l'iverfi'i'cens
ire nf tine (iiear.d of tho har.licrt 1: in I-: such an
tlm White, Seotrli. and lllielt Autiian rinc,
Zuinvay pll.'e, Hal am I ir, and Ilia American
1M091UI11. lie I'd!.-, at low i.ricts mi l th'o w -li
in.; to buy ti ill do well to glvo Itim a ill. Fur
further paitlculurs, applv nt tli" Xiimitc tn
.iii.u: j. Mil i.T.-:.
Doe. 29 1815.
VfOTK'E l hercbv uircii tn nil pornni" Inter-1
ilcsfedthnt the tindcMsiii'il. iidiuliil.lialui i.l'l
tho cslato of Ailsy I'nnncr dceCKned, will iiin'.u'l
unai reu eiacni oi ins a iiiiiiiH.iiiiu n ol ai.n
tate nt tho next 1 Irunir teroi nl' (lie l.lnei.ln
c mnty Couit, In bo li'i'iiu and held In Try on
Tueaduy the 13' It i!ii ol ' rebruin v Isiiii,
lltltll KAIIHKR, AdiL'r.
Hce. 84, 1 Slid, pfiw
"IVTOTICR it hereby I'lven tn nil pernni inter
lltcd that the iiti.teriit,ticd iidmlnMraKir of
tlio I'diito ol u. 1'arlK lluwjil ciuea-ii!, that he.
will uuiko a final rettlomeut of his nilmlnl-tnitli.il !
oft aid estate at tho next I'tbruary term of lliuj
Lltiooln County Court, tn b b.',:un nud held In
Troy iui Tuesday Iho Dili day of Kibruury ISOil. I
J. 11. UIUTIUX, Adm'r. I
lire. 2'J IcflJ. tlw
JOHN W. DAVIS,
Forwarding & ConiEniNtiiou
Number 75 North Second Sreti,
(Ut, Olive and Locutt,)
I IXT LOUS,
Or ler. lor all kinds Merchandise til'H n..,, i,
1 ntlcue-r j.-1. i r ci,
' D'"" s' l'
iT'. i I ill i ! t r n i a v'".s X ! c .
MY virtue of mi onbl of uto Ntiii-1 finli' V
J JCiiiinly Curt n! l.alU.'i mil; , tn iLi- .-u o
Mloipinl. I v. It, .. A j!uiL.iir.it"' 1 1 O.o '-11
of Jol.n On'int;'. 'c... uod, (.i!,r nt tiiililif tl ,
tbo ib 1 r of tin. fuuit .1(1.11,0 iii, 'in j, biiiK .
' oiinly .M!ouri, '.11
TneuJoy, JMirimry 1-1,0,
'bo foltonlnc; deetlltd iinilivi.l'il'bilfj'l.iii.i'
tittt ..f.i.d.u Oi. I;.;,-i divci.kd, Li no 1 1 l. .m
l.ii'd.to wit ;
bur. tied sin t fifty-fiVu n-.nr aid f.ltl-11'
. I ll'ttldlC U'. l.f llll IH'IO, 111 I.'if No. Olio in.. 1 $
'!!.at'l Wc'tlilif Mil' 1 'Tc, 111 iuxIiiii
,'li l..vii !iiji 'iittj-nLu- ( ivruii?- Uvu (i) 1
. i'i !i.ir,.!ri"1 mil tii't-.n,i , p-i, 1,1,
fnrty-.no l.'in.htrJtln of nn ,t. oulh-".
i" il'ti thlriy-'iri-tiSI 1 ltnhli fifiy-.'.m ;
tw 1 1J1 'tjuJI in LliiMlin-oinlv ill.i.oi.
lii : ..j tvj trao'n of laud tlu-M 1. 1 1
b'liiiirfd i.-rr. i.n lcr f. ni-,iiii ! a. ' ti.:ii.'' '
iraisiii in ii-i-, , "
'l'eriii, cuMn I. .111: on l! d.iv.if ink.
JX i. MO,f.- 1,V f .
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- i- 1 .ii 1 01 on in,, r. ! r. t:;um i"p.'
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"b diy . f '-v.ii'.r l-rJ I., hi- C. inilyt .
1 Mm 1 .-niui rj i-'iunt;. '!., All r '.'j 1-iVi
1 1'li-. .ii.iin'i lid . , ure rr,uii j.l ... txb'.
'..eii! ti 01 lor nl't - i W.':i ' ii-r In
1 1' . .1 , ' t . t.r li.. liu l.
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llee. I'J 1SH5. i,-,.r,. " .
.WtkinUir:! tor's Xnlicv.
-rTi'': Mier.'y l,on tbM iMfr- f '.
U iiiiiii-'iutl 11 nn I ho oitito il (iH.iri-. H
Wri.-'ii i I, with vjrur, t .j.l thu un...
i.-ni.; ! ii- Hv rfn tn'nr 1S1S, hy '.
i.iinii'.. (.unity CuH nt l.lne.ilti rntn.'.i
,'l p. 1 .a- Yr.iii .-Iiii. 'i aaiiisi - ir 1 .(.lie ".
h i0'.i .1 in iin i,r tli 'i i fur nlln.v.iin tn
AiiMiitn-'iiitor mtliln nut yntr nltur tl.,- ) no a.e
lid h,i.r. or t'l-y i.ny I." pni tilled fr...oi
I ilitllt .' - ii I i'nVi nnd I.' ueb ihilini l n-l
pr...iTit.d iMihin ih.M- yur In. in i,d lUtu u
4ii I-I litu-r- tb"- ll b f..'i vi r bifid.
I lIn.M Ad J. V ItllillT. Adi-'-I'i-iinl.'.r
IJ. I n . nlpijw
.!i:i:iii-l rsiloix ice.
V"rii;i: i- hu.hy .'iic-i tint the nndvMsnct
l' h i tn V. 11 . 111 . i. i. a.lii,;ii.iratioii ii,
i'. tato it Ai.ibrn.-i' I ltaiiu-..iiri due rined, lii-.irin,'
I Ho N iiluler 21 I lll.d Unti l, i
10 nil j.Tn- hn In 2 ut-. n'iiii-t -.tit - t-
I I 1 iiMiit l!i. mii lvill nulhcntl...iti-.t tur n!lr.
:il.f wili.ill uii.-Jeiii Ir .111 thi. n.l! ; nf Mid letter'
nr they may be pn ?!n !r-. f-i n nny '.i ih 'it 1 1 "ii !
in-, an I it .1,1 i.r. utnl nirliln tlniu lean
!!! I 0 f -' I ure l.
' '' I u'i '.' Adiiiiiilstr.ilris.
E'itsul .SeS! lenient.
i.- ! :i '.y fi. i-n t.i nit pi rron Iniir
im ' tatt'iif li. In, 11,1 It 1,11 11 it.i. , .1.
nut tr.i- ur.i:t-rii.-iied n :i.tr.it"r nf i-.iid 1 ,..iti ,
til 1:1 .mil i-i e.tieitilit nf -aid rstiitn nt tin.
lion I'. bit:i-y tirinif l.iiu ..In tmunl v I'min
tn hi !. .iiii -in, I !i, , TrM nn Toe-ihy 'I'l-bru
ary IJ l-i.i'., I.,in t it m-e'inid Ti !a- in ail.1
Ai.i:.Ani:!i t. GUAMhim.-.
19 t'rl'u. 1, !.'!
TllTIl'l' I ! .... ...
t r 11 1 1 nun .lii-MiihfV, ill-,-, .,,, uill
iaakcn!ii!il illlttuerit nth:, a linlnl'tntii.ti ..t
".l.li.liiu. 1 tli. next Kiiruarv tiriu nl t!,
County Cm. n ..( I. inc. In r ,,itv. 1',, l. Uetuii an I
bel.l In Xi y un Tui'Mlay tlie IStli r,f 1 tttnar.
, i i:..vii::n cakso.v, .,i:a-r.
December 12 ISiiiiol liw
A I. A K Cl i: flTOf'K OP
tiOI.I) AND SaVKR WATCIIi:o,
AMKHICAN, EXtlLIHIt A.SI)
k inr,iii:sT MAKni:,
"vVliolcinlu cHc ltctail.
:vi. ft .Vorth Main Slice, St. Uulj, MI,ourI
Itri'Uilnr,i: 181 .1.
JO S3 AJLffK,
. i t orno y at La -v s
Trustun, Mnculti Cotiiitj-, M.
i VII.L jiricll"... In all it.oT .urln nf th' Ibird
.liiIieiaUMniilt. All bu'lnmiVntruttiil lo
lil mic ll In- pr mptly afteuied to.
Dee. 12, LmJ3, nl
O.Seeor.o loor Xnith'nf Hart at.d Stuarta,
Til' A-, MO
Dcrrmbcr 12. IVO.
Omen In Ibo Court ll.'tcr.
Ueermber 12, ji:. i
" F. WILLIAIV5S,
Tnr.HTn.v, .incoi.x rm'Nrr, jio,
7ll.li ir.V'lisr In all th Ciimt' o -lo ilitid
i v .In I ... ,1 Cliculi. n,l i . i:l,r'iw. .I'r...,,
.... .i ... ...n . ' .
1 1 ).,. ...rM '
Do i ljl.i l- 1". I "i. Ill
" j A.ali v Jslfs, is A X,"
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
MIL IT A C LAI' 51 AC I'. N T,
TIIOV. Miifoln enuntj, Mi.,
fnice in thu P'lr.rt Hincei
rc. 12, mil. ni
T V 13 w ;
rrrrnj . .. I i .. ...in . n ...i
-l III." oiilh.iboite,tmilb'e.
A ."d im'i'riiiii'nt et 'J'.iMi i' '
t . Li ;'aii. ,'at'i'ilnrt pi i,
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