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LINCOLN COUMY DEB1LD.
F1IDAY, JANUARY 12, 186.
Ou Tuesday last, January 9th, Mb
TnoxAs Hammond whilo riding along
bout ono mile east of Millwood, was at
tacked by two men, one of whom fired
tbrco shots at him, ono of which took ef
feet in his hand, while tho other dragged
kin from bis horse and kicking him in
the side broke two of his rib. The; took
from him some eighteen hundred dollars,
tod made good their escape This was
no doubt bold and premeditated attempt
at Harder, but fortunately rts not con
sumated. It is high time a check was put upon
e fint utiftn
these lawless acts of robbery a
anil if thtt niriranfl in aflrOi tnwimhin
for vigilance committees, to protect
tbetsselves agunst theso outrages, they ,
would soon drivo them out of the county.
Wh Will Comaeaee FlrSiT ,
It is a generally conceded fact the world
A, . i t.
over, that a town or city is known by its
business and the spirit and enterprise of
its cititens. Travellers nlway mako a
note of this and judge the character of
Ita dtixens in accordance with the facts
they gather in their travels.
A town without good laws and, where '
on certain occasons there is scacely any
Rafety for life or property, indicates a
want of moral courago on thn part of the1
oitixcnx of any such town, to protect
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tncmscivosnnu ineir lamiucs in inc peace-
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ful enjoyment of thoir
Where order is prcacrv
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uB,rCr,UiuSa,.uu..Sucu.eauorB, au.BJ uu (
will generally find n quiet nnd well gov-.
erned town, with peaceful and industrious
In a business point, Troy is not now
what.it was several years ago. It has,
liko hundreds of other towns during tho
war, decreased both in population nnd
business. The war is now over, and every hammer fell, discharging the contents
.i . w. ! . a. t. .i rri , . .
citizen of the town ought to strive so far,. nto Sir. 15. e mouth. The load curried
as it is in his power, to uso every effort ( away eight of tho tcctn on the loft side,
to help build it up again ta its former part of the cheek bono, cut tho orbit out
position and business prospects. This
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tne part ot her citizens.
The first step in our opiuion is the crco-
tionofagood Mill, or the old one put in'
J i a . i- a iaI-
Boourep.imnu w worn, a mi.e
capital is wanted and this can be raised
if tho proper effort is made, Let the old
mill bo repaired or a now ono built.
TfbatVr"T',itlr in v n
n Bat NCXI. A writer in tho Fulton
Telegraph, (Callaway county,) says the
Judges of tho County Court passcdnn or -
derappropriating sixty or seventy dollars
for tho support of a negro woman.
A Washington dispatch to the Boston
Transcript says ttiat Mr. Alley, ot .Mass-
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.cu, w.. n,rouuce a resolution .0
e uovcrumcnt to take possession or all
telegraph wires, and conduct the business
simil.ro the p'ostnl service.
Louisiana has no lesj than five United
States Senators elect, though nono of them
have yot been admitted to seats. The
first two eleotid last vear wero ChnrlM
Smith andR. K. Cutler. After a whilo
it was annouced that Michael Harn had
been elected, and ho has frequently I ccn
referred to by the New Orleans papers as
u senator oloet from that State
A few weeks ago, tho Louisiana Legis
lature elected two more senators, Messrs.
Eandall Hunt an 1 Ilencry Boycc.
The Indianapolis says that a
aa named Jns. Mooro. living about one
mile and a half from that-city, Jicd a day
or two aso from hm pffni nf him r.
oeived from a madcow some threo months
ago. At that time the occurence was
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mentioned in tue Journal, butthe mai
iiaa uae aaappucsuonoiinomaa stone
and but little, if anv. alarm was felt. '
lliinn niin np
uu.,u nmccy ... Bo.u , s ua,., u
troy ounces This makes 4,470 lbs 2 or,
. or nearly two tons and a .runrter, reckon.
Lie 2,000 lbs. to each ton.
The Emperor of Russia has just car
ried out an important roform, by tho re
constitution or the courts of justice, and
the appointment of trial by jury.
A negro worn and child, recently
belonging to Mr. Naacy Austin of Ran
dolph county, wwe fTrHen to death du
ring the early part of tho recent r-evcro
cold weather. It Is not centatnly known
who was most instrumental in "bettering
tho condition" of ihese negroes.
Tho Leavenworth Conservative says
the Missouri River Railroad is being
pushed forward with commondablo en
crgy. seven hundred men are now at
work between Leavenworth and
..J i. pt. . .1
dcttc, and alarge amount of iron is al-
ready on hand. It is expected tha road
nui w itauj mi use vciuru Aiim i., lue
time specified in the contract.
Jehusalem. Tho improvements
which nro taking placo in Judca are
great, rorsomo distance around
rusalem there are extensivo plantations
of young olive trees, and in and about
the city tho now buildings aro both nu-
uicrous and handsome Every Euro-1
7 " . . heads of sugar, 90,000 barrels oP inolas-
pean nation seems anxious to have a ,C9( 40io0o tales of cotton, and any quan
footing in tho tidy City. Tho Russians tityofcorn. This year it will sum up'
support tho Greeks, tho French tho Lat
ins and the English (though not avowed
1 ' u mhjjiibm uvugu uui iuiu-
'y nn nation) patronize the Jews, whose
'n crest will probabli beconn. tuc strong-
At Ottawa. 111., on last S.mda oven
ig) the police succeeded in finding tho
Jn fberof tLTc. who have fW
sometime been .nfosting the city. In
snd a',out tu0 house tho officers discov-
ereJ moro of Btolen
d consi9,jn? of all kinds of moveable
nmnnn,,n. i,!a ., i,
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drCHing) amJ oycr onc bunJrC(1 dr"csscJ
fowls. Praneis r.rnnn hn noonntn,! n,
oremjscs and his threo sons were nrres-
tea and committed to jail.
Ho Ulasgow AUvertisct of Thursday
lost says tobacco buyora have been very
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uusv in nunaru couniv. iiuriiiir uu nuaL
average of about ?9,oO per hundred,
! Recently, near Ashmorc Station, Coles 1
'county, III., Wo. L. fever took his gun
j0WI, fur tho purpose of going squirrel
,luntills, ani prut J, foot ou , Jic Jk aui 1
( blew in the muzzle to ascertain if it was
loaded, when his foot slipped and the
oftho eye, futting that organ out, and
'lodicd under the brain, and vet the man
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Tho original rough draft of the Dcela-
.! p i,iM,i- s un i,0,.,i
own firesides. I . Sacromento, 7,000 feet ubovo tidi water, vomtnittco next week.
cd, and the offend- . ' T 1 "'7 c'l" tn bo at Salt Lake !ti The Cunmiitra un Ihnfcin-and Cur-
siioovu uunuiua ui .uv,ww ijuuuus, n lovn, WHOM! ItlCV ilOBO to lilJCt t iu tCMfV is iiw.iltliiL' llO iitriv.-sl o t. ' i . .-.
wr tings of Jefferson, Dr. Franklin, and .uiVl.im nf ' i7 n ,,i , ,..f.V.
the e.dr Adam,, is 'preserved with'gteat SXffrf5?SrS
Care in tho State Department at Wash- taking it out, for exhibition to a friend,
' j,,gton. It has been fromod and placed ' accidentally fell upon the floor and o-
inaboxofblaek walnut, hung against yonod, when thoro was discovorod near
A, .. lt , , .. , . f f, tho center of tho mass, Ormlv imbedded
J Wa,1 tho doorof wh,oh ,Sbout two, 'o qnortz, nnd slightly 'corroded, a
;tU(luar0, IVT f.-thf "f0.0?" "'W"?'
The Chicago Republican says ,he loss' J feet haadi B? whomwairtat "nail
1 gf lifc bv disasters on the lakes, durimr made ? At what period was it nlanted
tbo ,ast icar one ana
1864 of thrtv it. Tho 1 ri?est and
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rwl"i0. 00 "ron 7 hich l s
.generally supposed that not less than
one bunarca persons found a watery
The receipts from internal revenue for
tho Week endinir 23.1 inst.nt amnnnteil
to 85,000,000. Total since the 1st of
July, nearly 8171,000,000.
' Smu8S'nU between Switzerland and
France is roduced to a science. You,
buy a waten ot a ucneva watcumaker.'
He ask. you: Will you take it with vou
or shall we deliver it at Paris?" Tfyou
answor that vou prefer it delivered at
& w uu
Tll TZ Ti T'
Bs "nocent Ot Repayment Of duty ns
when " ,crt tno goldsmiths hands in
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pArtPnBVIA Tn 18Rft
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tfornia produced 7,000;000 bushels of
wheat, which, after deducting for con-
surantion and seed loft a surnlns of 3..
op oi tne state said to be groater
,nan ino aggregate or the entire crop
throughout the United States: and leave8
an annual surplus or about 5,000,000
SlV n vnn n nnlBAH..l ! ill 1 ...
,.v.uo nwuj.uisuuvuiii imiuuci- Wnicr is not a rasliionnblc licvorao for j'rouuess stuuics, 11 no iiuu occn rend
phia, but not fatally, by driuking poison- drinking your friend's health in, but u J"g Biblo instead of countlny words,
The fingtr Pressed . ,
jfram thi Chulinntl Commercial. (
Our advice te the farmers of Kentucky
and Mbsiouri, h to plnnt as largolv of
aorghum tho coming Rcasotr ns possible,
and to roako ns much maple sugar as they
can for homo uso. It is now tolerably
clear very little sugar ond molasses van
bo expected from tbo sugar! producing re
gion oi tho South. The planters say
they can not mako satisfactory contracts
with tho freedmcn, nor can thry rely up
on them if tho, contracts arc made. Tho
Legislature of Louisiana adjourned with
out passing any laws regulating labor or
lis an indisposition to abide by thorcgu-
iation9 0f the Frcedraen's Bureau. Tho
8Ugar crop in Louisiana tho past year, in
uiu panels ui Xiusi uuiuii iiuugu aim curt
tigious parishes, falls below that of any
Hi .1 1.
prcccuing year since hid cuiiuro oi cano
commenced. The liaton Rouco Advocato
for 1865. It says;
"In former years the same section of
"5" .Proaucc" L'c.asl d"u"u "".S8-
tityofcorn. This rear it will sum un
about 2,500 bdes of cotton, 800 hogs-.
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tuS f I , ''"T?
The valuation of exportation products,
taking tho average yield nnd price or
"T nuKal i uj iimiBoocs,
lormer years, in those nino parslics, was,
in rouuu numbers, cxcceiliug fe.i,0U0,000
per annum. Tho va nation this year will
not exceed 8700,000.'
un nnn "
Massachusetts has a school ship, nam
cd tho Massachusetts on board of which
ore several hundred boys, tit t.ca, doin
d Mrv,ce who
board for offences committed, itisdccm-
cd. bot cr tIlan sending them to reform
crythim? provided for teaching navies-1
The CaiKiia Ii,,
tors report that they have now about 5,000
Coolies (Chinese) at work on the road,
and ttcy expect to havo soon 15,000 of
tKnm Tl.n,. ..n!,,,. ...... .1
riioy are going over tho inoun-
irnm the Lat. Another voir mid tl ev
wii cro ((hcy y J0 (J
1 itClmn BrtiwlUJ 10 WttAu
T. ... , HlKXK' h'
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that tho fi'cetncupoitiv(.ly refute- to make
now contr cts and t;o to wort;, or leave
ino pwntatimw. Tins . their reply tn
owners of several lai"c nl intulniw ivhoi-,.
it was thought were entirely conteitfd,u
they were respectful and peaceful. They
a"cg?, he rciton, that they espect u
!w Pwclatnatlon that will ttrntviially
benefit their condition
A Nut for (cologisiU.
A getitlemau of Springfield, Slass., ic-
rpnilrrntitrtif.il rrnm 1ftliriitttii liii.ai
: ...x ...t,.:,.i: a. i i ww '
fffoSl? If "S LadTf "Sa!
na cou d speak, we should learn some-
.ui K.e iL .i "i , 1
" ?ru ,,,MW ,Ua" WC
,0 , ' ,? T. !. Tmpn tt.1in
Jrcatr to tlar down t d.iL 1,
between tho whites and blacks, and make
thorn equal at the ballot box, arc at work
i with equal pcsistcncy to build up distinc
tly,, hattsnnn l,n rini, nnA H' at.!..
tion between tho rich nnd poor. To this
end the revenue and tax laws are so sr.
raVSUB Ml" u"e lo mriucrs ana inecii
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Ml bond-holdcrs are exempted from
UannS their share of tho expense of the
g0WDbmwil p "
money. wen work lor it, iigiit lor st
B jor.it, teaiiori, starve tor it, and
irr i -ii.i . ..
.i,...u.; ;n .
cstiiiiiiii-B mat uiu enure crop in r.asi ivciHUCKy
- , Louisiana, West Baton Rouge, Pointe Kansas
"e Pniinrp. "nnd thn flrnsn Tit nurtiiin nf
' Iberville, will bo under 800 hosshcads Total Ami.
mills ono IiUnureu mill (UMiitv mi N't frntu lio veiini'loil Irum tint Unva utiil .hmii.
";,,; " . " "1" p.r. .V- .V
sSgest and Ct oHo it
j. tcL, :...:.. Mnnoi, p.i, i,,'
heart, beforo whoso remorseless alter all
P fuer attributes of humanity are sac-
Irificed. It makes mcrehnnd sn nfnl tlmt
'is sacred in human affections; nnd oven
traffics iu tho awful solemnities of tho
' Salk OF Alt' lis. Mr. W. F. Powell
recently sold 16 vcarlinc mules to W. II.
Bass of Boono countv nt 8115 nr non.l.
w Bi Tuck , recently sold 30
head of two year old muleB to Messrs.
Cant and Harrison at 8137 1 2 per head
-Lioyai i.aimway tno piaco to buy nrst
class mules bulton Telegraph.
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capital cne for drinking your own.
Olclal Exhittt af Voluitecn. v
WAsntlfdToN, Jnn. 5,
Tho Secretary cf War, in compliance
with n resolution of tho House,, has fur
nished n statement of tho number of vol
unteers called for by tho President at va
rious periods; the first call was for 75,
000; tho second, in July, 18(J4, for BIX),.
000; and third, in December of the saino
year, 300,000. Tho follcwing nro tho
figures for Pennsylvania and tho West
This information was called fur to fa-
cilitatc the business of tho Special Com-
,mUce Ul War Debt ot the loyal
Status, to which it has been referred.
Religion of the Presidents.
The religious tolief of tho deceased
luaiuuuue ci mu ".iiiiiuu oiaiu). us mui-
ca,'d b ,hcir endan "P PW
wor,Wp and ovi(jcnCe afforded in their
writings may be summed up as follows:
j'rcsiUcnw et the United States, as iiidi
Washington, Madison. Monroe, flarri
so i, Tyler nnd Ti'ylor were Episcopalians;
Jefferson. John Adams nnd John Ouincv
Auams wero unitarians; Jackson, rolk
and Lincoln were Presbyterians, Van Bu
rcn was of the Dutch Reformed Chnrch.
The surviving Presidents arc Filmorc, n
Unitarian; 1'icrce, a Trinitarian CongrC'
gationalist; Buchanan, an Episcopalian,
mid the present Chief Magistrate John
son, who is a Presbyterian.
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ork, Jan, 9.
.. " Friday tho Judiciary Committo of
Tho Reconstruction Committee livid
another meeting thi morning, but pro-
ccoding were not public.
All .1... r...rtMA1
All thcgoueral tippropriation Idllx will
ni.iu. Mi-. t'-jinprov.ufN'oiv Vork. to Iml 1
,4 Br. t ,rotinS. It U KA Jrt or-uii.
Tho number nrtrt.-i, nnw nnd iy i . '
th - ! iui...,ot ..f V. N.i,, , is b,.... .
HMm Hv iinroPi tt .H;i4spni. '
,, v,. . Taylor, wt" Ulc'SSL
'x "1!'e 'ro,n '!lL'i'""' "il tho Cuninn
riwd, w is aitnt ked iitiir th-l.tiiutit-.Uy. j
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by 'i ncjro man who iii-liri'dhiiii
"'"""'. uwk th-
bhor having n un, Mr. Taylor obeyed
hc comui:jul, niter lioiii-r throstoiied with
;."''V"V ' " .r i ' ' , i
8 h lor grappled 1
his assailant, unarmed though Lc wa-i
Tho cuiitcst wa tiuriv, hut the p.iji was
lumovcd IVoni tho l'UM in tho rcufllc, tvhun
the nogro scced it bv tho barrel tuid in
flicted a severe vouml un tiic t-houldcr of
... n. . ... . .
4V'' i"y'or- lUc' SraM"'-,,l c'"'.
M, Tailor "
rifltJ poe-kcts of tiro watchos and oth-
tr valuables, and loft him for dead.
We aro informed tl.attlio crop of 18C5
?'Pr!?.D" V" "cl8bb.01r"
fe0if laIcl? R.oa""kei th?
ruris ui viuiniun, unu on mo uiuns, ai
P""8 ra"S from 810 to 812 per 100
U , Z . cu . i t T
this part of tho county, and hf.vo been
tidd that no offers have' been made. The
farmers an- holdina off for the above quo-
led pricca, and uropoo to prize themselves
5Iet.AN'ct!i.'t.r Death. A most di-
!rcssinSccurcaeo happened at the Lex-
mgton Uopot in this Olty yesterday.
young lady named Susan Rose, from Vic-
toria. iexas. arrived here in the mommi-
cn route for Sheih county' t0 cornc
brido .f M- J.0,in tB4akcr' i.In B8
to the Lexington depot to continue lwr
journey, she was run over by a wagon
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"Vr n,."XV aQ'
wmcn sncninii nt tnur n I'lnrt: in tno ;it.
ternoon. Wo have no further particulars
touching this mclancholv romance, but
A Phiadclphia merchant sent a eargo
ofcoodsto Constantinonlo. After tho
supercargo had seen the bales nnd boxes
,n(luc,J w,,cr0 "V
should bo stored.
'ave them here, it wont rain to-night,"
was mo reply.
"But I dare not leavo them so csposd;
somo of the goods may bo stolen,' said tho
supercargo. Tho Moharaedon merchant
i'Dont be alarmed, tiiv friend; there
5snt Chiitain within a hundred miles of
mo wora mf ocours 40,227 times in
tho Uiblc, according to tho count of n
mail who sncnt tliron vanru In cimilar
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" "u' nave lccn belter cmployod,
. TUB WAT TO MAKE
13 TO USE
Applied In proper quantities with Ingenuity,
Taste and Skill.
The Herald Offlco'U prepared to print
SIIIn, Carets, Circnlar
On the thurtcst nollco nnd moat reusunalilo (erm.
EVERY RU 1H
.crtln MomclliiiiK' in flit: way
A Store Ml, a Card or Circular
It almost tndltpentatlc.
Wtio taay feel dlnpoted to tavor us with
their patronage, may rett a'irared that no pnlno
rhnll he rparcdon our part to lervothtlr intercity
faithfully nml promptly,
A nliare of Public patronage 1 moat
So. IT South fourtli street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
TraTiflcnt, Weekly nml ty Boarders accimiui
dated on rcnonnblo lcrm.
WliiUeiiliall ami Ciiapman,
iJtAt.r.It.- IN M.I. KINDS or
m villi: it, tiiib;;k,
Alto, Manufacturers nf
kakm. Dtiuiift, ntixnx, .if.
I.iimticr Ynrl 121 llmndway, Siuh t'acl'.ry
and l'l.mtfi; Mill, Locust vtrcot, bclwucn 1'liird
.in ' t'uuriti, !T. I.UUIX, MO.
AIIU!ii. cilMrcfftl litmlier, mouldtae. it.. on
hfitul. HulMingnf nit klnde and Job work dttrn
did Jau. 5. an. If. ly.
Wait oi I ten I Kiafnfe.
T1Y Alrliiv nf uni' iirnf the County url l
I 'I. in In Coitniy, Mi-semi, nt thn N;nililrr
T, un, in."it I !ll . lint fil.lli' aiictlon, i.i llic
l.i.i'u ' I ' r.T, ut tlu' I' iuii ll"ti c 'Iv.r, iu i'f"',
hi j.iI 1 'iiiij . mi Hi... tv- mi'! lu v nf tin? IVt'lu
ury li'i iit ut' - tid t'wuuly ' nrt l. ins
'J'tf iinjl, Illfiiiit-f '.)(ti PCI!,
t!. fuHmviux ilo-i'iilit. 1 lionl K-,lal .t' 1'Jii !. I. r
l.ujr.'lii, it. ,'i.i' "I, (mil.... prv. loiH that i!ii
r-i4 at privnt.MMiiirjiil
11 :i' i." Tli'i Si. ith K.t. t i.fjSontb Wert. feu
ti:ri I'll, Tiiwiii'hiii I',', rniirf.' i E'f.
i 2 UlTi'. till .lltlltl-t nfroutli Wt, sct. n
UI), lnli-hi' t'.', rali;-i' 2i''l.
IJ am" 1'lit'tinrtii uon nfnurlli fa -I, neeliun
2t. nvnil I'.', tine 2 int.
4i m'W Tliu imttli tii't of liorttt H"el, fuctiun
2X tuun!ii) range 2 va-t.
11 net1 Tim rinrlh i't cf I'nutli wcl. ere
lion Si'. tomi.!il. I'.', ran 2vit.
!!( m'io The wnt half of imrlti weit, ctlon
3D: township tangi; 2 caft.
Ti.hms Onclialf c.h In linnd, and une half nn
it i-rclii of nino muntli-; tho purrha!r giving
l.nii.l v.Uli nppriocd scciiilty fur tbo puymi'itt of
Ibu 4'IViti"I i.tirrhnne money.
tSE!U!K W. IIAHUKSfV, Aditi'r.,
of I'liilsndtr Logan, deci'itscJ.
Doc 25 nl -lir. t-
FINAL Hi:TTI.i:IUXr.-Volico I, here
by siren to all persons interested that the
umtiTrlgnt'd administrator of tbo citato of Jute
White docensed, Hint ho will mako a final tcttlc
ment of hit ndnilnltratlon of inld citato at the
next February terra of tho Lincoln county Court,
te be begun and held In Troy on Tuesday the 13th
day of February 186.
January S, 16(10. n26tv Adminlilrator.
GUAHItMNA fbNAI. MKFTEiENRNT
Notlco li hereby given to all perioni latere. t
ed In tbo eitatoof David Ernln dcecaied. that tho
undcriigaod, (lunrdlan of tho minor helm, Jtmor
II. Clark and Nancy Jane Martin, of tald citato,
will make a final icttlement of his silmlnl.tra-
tlun nf aid estate nt tho next February torra of
inn i,in"in mnniy ioin, ro bo in-gtin and held
iu Troy on Tuesday the Kith day of February 'MA
WILLIAM t'LAUi:, tuurdlan.
January a, iftitii, n;'inir
I,-1 t.VA I. Silt TI.KM KX r.-otiel hereby elv-
.11 in an ,.1'is'mr uiitrentu iiiatmc iinneriiKn
i I diuinltrator of the elate of Kikicl 1. Mo
I'.ninld ecn.'el, that ho will make fi final ictllo-
mental bit niliiiiiiutration nf raid ottafo at thu
next February lenn of (be Lincoln Ci.univ Court.
tn be begun and held In Troy on Tuciday the 13th
uaj ui ruvrunrj lOAfl
WINSTON' 8ITT0S. Adm'r.
Jan. 5, Itftft.
TB: ITLiXTIt MOMULV FOI IMC
7 . Atlantic fer the year 1P86 will contain tho
to wing teaiurc orcrpecial intoreit :
l'aatagc from Hawthorne's Dairy, flolng ex.
tract! from the papen of the lata Nathaniel flaw
olbrne, beginning at n period Immediately sub
sentient to hi leaving Oollcgo,
lb thimney Corner. By Harriet Boeehor
Mowc. Mrs. Sttwowilloontinuebcr ndtnlrable
papers apon uomeitie ann social topics.
The threo above named featurei will ho cnntln
t imed throughout tho year. In addition to these
the Magailue will contain t
("lories by Bajord Taylor, the flnt of which
i nuinau inie, entiucil, "fleauty and the Meant,'
will nnnear In Jonunrv.
Stories by Mr. L. Maria Child, tbo Irit af
u",,,lu "oorvnioe,-'will bo printed In
tbo tebruary number.
nr. Jonns. liy Ik Marvel. Tho concluding
chapters ol this Novel will extend lomo three or
four months into tho new year.
The last day of Walter Savago tsndor. Con-
luiumg u iuneiyoi interesting incident and per
sunal rcniinunni'pt . hw wl L.. li... i
Besides tho foregoing articles, especially enu
lucrateu, tno Aiinntto lor 1806 will furnlfh Us
readers with It uiual variety of tho Un Etsuyi,
ctonea, rocraa, etc trom Ita unrivallod corn of
vU,.,,u8 uiuu ui mo urn Amer
Tbo January number will contain contrlbu
. llenry n. Longlellow, tho late Nathaniel
liawtliorne, Iharlei ltcade, Harriet Beeoher
iTiuwi-, u. i, irontirlilgc, William Cullen Bry
ant, Bayard Tavl.jr. rinn.1,1 (I. Mli.hti nln
Hamilton, the air.hoi of "Life in the Irou Allll."
and other pnptilnr wiiters. Terms fl,0 nyeor.
Address TH'KNOll 4- I'lKLUS, Publlshen,
121 Tremout Street, Boston
THE andmlgned wmM Inform the eltUess
or Troy and Tlclnltr. that ho hat opened
nop In Trey, la the OM Chnrch, on door Sooth
orMr. SweeneTi Provlilon More, where be lipre.
naredto attend to nil eslle IS hli line. Bo will
lulldorrepelr Uouiet, task and mend Wagonl
on tbo shorten notice, and at cheap and as iooJ
at any of hit neighbor!. r
AllJob work, each at mending and repairing,
will receive prompt attention. ' r
Will be mad to order en a few heart notice.
A hnre of publki patronage tt mett retpeetfall
olieltcd. J. B. mUR. T
Dee. 21 1869.
IN obedience t(i an order of the County Court tr
Lincoln county, Mliiourl, road at tho Hirera
her Term thereof tor 185; I will (eU at iiuhlie
auction, to tho hlghoit bidder, at the front door
cf the Court llouio In Troy, in laid county, ou
Tumlay, February 13, 1806,
The fullonlnn dejcrlbed Real Eitate, belonging
In the ettatc of Ucorgt W. Sulivtn, decctied,
tn nil I
Highly ncrcTho cmt half of the north weit
quarter; iccllna twelve,, town.hln forty-alai;
rnnso two neat, in Lincoln eounty, Mliiourl.
Tkhih A credit of elx month; the purcbafcr
giving bond with nnnrnrcd eecurlty.
B1KCLAH fcULIVA.V, AJmV.
of (leorgo V, Sullvun'i Kitate.
December 2U 186).
flniiniifrjiCor Male mi
(X nliedb-nec tonn order of the Cointy fnnrt of
Lincoln eounty, Mltiourl, mado at the Novem
ber Term thereof; for 1805; I nil! icll at tmMii.
niictloii to the hlRhvit bidder, nttho front door of
the Court llouic, in Troy, In laid eounty, nn
Tumlty, fMruary 13, 18J6;
The fi)lfi)ivlnsilocrlbcd Real Kitnte, lulonrlng
tn the Cii'tiarlnerchip E?tnt cf llirkhcai iin t
Hancock, deceased , In wt I
Forty ncio The mutb euit of eouth itt tw
tlou 15; Townehlo 4'J; Jlnngo 2 U'oaU
Forty nerei Tho aorlh wcit of north cut ivt
tion III; Tonibin40; Itango S Went.
Forty aeref The north went of north eaittrc
tion 7; Towualili 4'.); Uanfo 'i Wnt.
ISAAC II. 0VT!N(1.4, Alu'r.
of Co-el., of lilrkhcad and IfancvvV,
Dec. 2'i IStfi.
AiTuiiniNlrntorw tto oi
IN nln'.licnce lo nn ordei of the County tnul of
Liomlii eounty, .Mi'soml, mndont the N'ovim
her Term thereof for I8d.1t I a ill ell at iiiblic
auotlnii t the bipbcit bidder, nt tho front
nf IlieCmrt llounc. In Troy,intiid county, mi
Tucfday, February 13, 18M,
(If not fold before that time at piivalc rate,) th
folloMliiSdcicrlbedieat fils'e belonging tn tin
e.tato ef f-amuel A. Logan, deceased, tu wit :
ievtnty-il acre and tnenty-ecven hundredth'
of un ncte, the liulli half of the noulh eaat qunt
tit, fottloii tircnly, townibi? furty-nine: utisn
File aerei nnd fifty hundredth ofnn aenv In
tlio muth half of south wot quarter, ertioii
I i ittyj t'.Mi,.iii forty-nine, range two int.
Ti.ii it) nf enihi lialtmu unit rmlit nf
l tunnthi.,thiitiurchjtr iflvlng bond with iiji
i;uui;i;r n. i.ohax, A.lm r.
of Samuel A. Liiriirn Erlute.
tlrdvr ol Pntilicalioii.'
l.irnt..n Ctifxtv Ciittir. Mift'm,
November Term lHi.
MONO the rceordi of laid Court, made at
tnid term, i the following tn wit:
Now here Hubert II. Hudson. Ailtnlnlftiit..t
of the ette of Oarty Wclln. demucil, nntvcarii
and tile hi petition fur Ike saWof tho rcnlVitatt
of said estate, or au much thereof a will be auffi.
eli'til toiiay the debt due agaiiit raid ectate, and
iiiiiiiiu ior nam oi auctir; nccouipniiieil by tin'
Inventories and accoont. the whole verified
by llienllidavitcf said adminlilrator. Whereupon
tbo Cutirt order. ndiude nnd decree that all iur.
iion Interested in raid eetato buve notice of fl I
pelillon, by publication made in tho Herald, a
newrpnper printed in this county, for four week
prior tu tbo next regular term of this Court, ami
unlca tho contrary bo shown on or bcr.m ml,l
term, nn order will be mado for the tale of inM
real estate. Written notice dlpemed with, and
trap opy from tho record.
In teitlmony whereof I, Franci C,
UKAt. Cuke, uicrK of tbo County Coutt ot
iTjJ Lincoln county Mliiourl, berecato
lubicrlbe my enmo, and affix mr oBlelal teat nt
offioe, la Troy In tald county, Ibtt 27tb day of
utccmucr a. u. innj.
FHANCZs C. CAKE, CTeHr.
Pec. 2 mi. w
TUE undersigned hat now a large and splendid
variety of Fruit and Ornamental Tree, at th
old itand tlx and a half miles eaat of Troy, and
ono and a half miles eaat of Moieow mil.
Ills fruit Is varied and of tho
MOOT CHOICE KIND,
and being nccllmatcd to thli toll, the chance for
its living is a hundred per cent greater than that
brought from a distance.
aro of lino slicand of the haMleit kind; tueh aa
the White, Scotch, and Black Auetrlan Flnel,
Norway Spruce, Balsam Fir, aad the American
Arbervita. Ho soils at low prices and those wlb
ing to buy trill do well to giro him a call. For
further particulars, auilrat the Nursery to
.iTLETT M. SHULTP.
Sec. 29 IMS.
JOHN W. DAVIS,
ForwartliMf v Cammlttiaa
Number 75 North Second Street,
(Bet, Olive and Locust,)
SAINT Levis. Missorn.
Orderi for all kludt Mcrchasdise filled promptly
at lowest caib prices.
Dee. 29 1865
NOTICE Is herebv given to all persons tatar
ested that tho undersigned, administrator of
the estate of Alliy Farmer deceased, will main
final icttlement of hit udintnlstrntiou of laid ci
tato at tho next February term of tbo Lincoln
county Court, tn bo begun and held In Tray on
Tuvlday the Ulb day of February 168S,
I)ini FARM fit, Adta'r.
Dec. 2), 1668. T.6w
JUSTICE It hereby given to all penont Inter
Xitedtbat the underiignrd adminUtratar of
tho estate of B. Parlt Uuwull deceated, that ha
will mako a final tetlloment of hit administration
of tald citato at tbo next February term of the
Lincoln County Court, to he begun and held in
Troy on Tuesday the 13th day or February I8S0.
r. . Jl ? BRITTON, iim-t.
Dec. 29 leOi. tw