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THE LINCOLN COUNT! HEIALD
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EDHIVIVD J 'Eli IilS
TERM;, ft a yaar la H ranee.
latfs of AtrertlsiMr.
aa soar, Mil" or iNtMt laiertlon,
4taou additional Insertion -Administrators'
Tlnl Settlement Notices. .
-tiit Nonets (of a single stray,) -
''Kith additional stray in same notice. -
far a liberal attraction vino ana to yearly
0f All Laat adtmUmmlt mast be pall for
wits publication li certified to.
-Transteat advertisements nut baaeeom
I pnled with the oaih.
' Jtff'AdvrtliiintitMt marked or numbered
-will be Inserted till othefwlie ordered tad charged
tfer at theabov rates.
Profonlonal cards of tea Unci or leu, will be
Isierted one year for $10.
'Marriage, Death, FunetaV and'Cburch notleci
'trill be published free,
All communication! of penonat nature unit
i a. - ..Liui.j n 1 1 .
w iwuiibdcu oyer too writers name.
F. BaflteaMycr. By reference to
.Aa advMtl.tr.c cnlnmn. f ti. it,.u
this week will bo found tho advertise-
His stock has beon (selected Trlih on cya
xelusiroto tho wonts and tastes of the
people of the west, and his assortment of
carpets, oil cloths, and window shades,
will be found full and complete. As the
establishment of Mr. Hafkcmeyer is ac-
knowlcdgcd the largest of it class iu St
Louis, ho is enabled to offer decided tar
lie, f . KiKlretgk. Wo invito the
fecial attention of our readers to the
.t. . ... ...
tho advertising columns of tho Herald to
day. As tho character of his establish
lent is ono of the first in St. Louis, and
tho personal popularity of 51 r. Kim
trough, as a gentleman, is already famil
iar to the merchants and his numerous
friends ia this section of the stato who
have had business transactions with him,
we deem it only necessary to say to those
if any, who havo not given him a call, rncnt of business. Thcro is no jumble,
that your interest demands the acquaint- no incongruous mixtures, but each pecu
unco of the gentleman and an inspection liar style, with its lightest variations, is
of his stock. kept together in its proper family group.
Nr. Ceirge D. Hill, of the Champi. 0 a:;u .r?' 'f ??!M'n 8,uit,
on Sligo Iron Ketabti.hmcnt, No.2C8 We, and w.th tho bright rich polh.1. of
North Second street, St. Louis, is rcpre- our nat.,TC wa out-equal, when ail its
anted by an advertisement iu tho Herald ' ProPMtlM developed, to the finest pro
to dav, and we ask for it an attentive pc-' ducU of EM,cro feta-tho contrast of
vusal by thoso interested. Mr. Hall has l,rooio" ""d flashing gems, isex-
beeo long and favorably known as the cccdin8'y beautiful. Tho room is heated
lamest and heaviest dealer in stock in Kv ,i0t fcm furnaces below, and at
liia line in tho West, am) is consequent- this season, when tho sharp air of winter
Jy enabled to offer inducements, equal, if tingles the check and finger tips of the
not snperior to any other house in that " pedestrian, it offers a delightful rcf-
l,y ugc. It is not necccssary to specify by
. T"" " , nareo and quality even tho prominent ar-
iMrMIINrtt St. Louis has many fur- , , .. . . , , .
, , . f . tielci of this rich una raro assortment,
nituro houses, but none equals franford 4. e , , .
a ., J. ..... 1 . Gems arc there from every land under the
U.Scarntts, No. 44 Market street, whero , , , , ... .,
. . ' . ' sun, and gold and silver from all tho mines
you will find tho largest and best assort . . ,
. . . . . .... that havo yet bceu opened. Tho cunning
mcnt in that city. No one cau visit las'. , , . .. , .. ,
.... .... hand of art, no matter where it has
iarnituro rooms without going awayi t. i
i i-.. i i . . i wrought, of homo or abroad, has its mas-
Dcncuttcd whether no buys or not, for . " . at ,
. . , . ' '. tor pieces in the collection. feylos buit-
"""T"" "u """
suitable for all classes of purchasers.
Tl,. . I I .K e m. I. r. .1.!.
T . ". ru .
WIMV V IOSV Uti MUU1B 4i UUiaUlI bllUvB i
ynr, who will find it to their interest
to purcharo their furniture from Sandford
ii. Scarritt. That is the placo rcmcm
ber the street and number. Read his
8jan have tormcd a partnership, and aro
caw nrrvlntv nn Iia tili.AlramW1.lnM
Bcsa at their shop near tho tan yard.-
Farmer, givo thorn a call, as theyaro
both excellent woikman and tnako rca
Pasit P. PmUhm Whi.i.. n.i.
In Foreign and Domestio Liquors, gt. cse time-pieces are quaint and resjark
Louis, is one of the oldest houses in that interesting. In tablo services the
city ; tho card of which will be found in'80"0 variety of pattern and riohncss is
this number of the Herald. Persons preserved. Every article in the most
sending orders to this house can rely on elaborate display which luxurious wealth
having then fathfully and promptly filled can require, seems to bo ready at hand.
and on more reasonable terms than any
otber bouse in that city. Having a per-
sonal acquaintance with Mr. Patchen,
and knowing that he has on hand a large
stack, and having compared his prices
wn owcr nouses ot that city, wo have
ao hesitancy whatever, in rcccommendiog
iUU , wantot a superior article
. u. ,.Hu,r - g.gnaD0 priCe, .
81. CHrles Mill. All who want cood1
ii 1 1 m V . 01 ,no,30th anniversary of the first look printed
i i : ".
Viifln,,r ; i 3 t .
to w 5 toZ rtSS tb?lSUPr0r
to any a . Lonis brands. Buy from
uib vuBiUUlcrB. WUIIO
riREVEB If you want nood flour.
draw h. Dmmdm le .
Eood hat-a f-V, nJT "
lit you and bo worth what vou M,
for it co to Grav n,l r.RrA.n L.i Z'
will ha .uro , . .1..
ii T -" juuwsm.
ice their card in this weeks Herald.
60 AND SEE IT.
Wo direct the attention of our readers
to the adrortiserasnt of H. Prouhet's great
Jewelry establishment in St. Louis. It
is tho most magnificent 'Jewelry store in
that city, where erery thing in tho ahipe
f'Watehes,Cloe1u, Silver Ware and Jew
elry, ere made is kept for sale:
The St. Louis Democrat of Doc. 18th,
gives tho following description or its beau
ty and richness.
PftouniT'a Jewelry Emporium. List
week another uagiifieent establishment
was added to the fashionable boulevard
of the city. PaountT, tho jeweler of St.
Louis, par excellence, a native, to the
manor born, w! o had delved away at his
business on old Main street, until that
, , t . .,
thoroughfare became incorrigible in its
course of wholesale tranactions, removed
io tne aptendid edifice, No. 9, just finish-
e4 0B F8Utth Bnd opanei an assortment
of 8oods in Ws ,Ino which, for variety,
exquisite beauty, is equal to
M7 ia tho He Mloma wherever
P'Ogtess and improvement lead, and is as
1ual tne occasion now, when Ins na
tivo Peo numbers her population, by
hundreds of thousands aslicwr.swhcu her
title to metropolitan was notoven suggest'
ed. We advise a visit to Prouhet's estab
lishment, that the proof of our remarks
may be fully tested. The building itself
is peculiarly adapted for tho business.
Rnftrlflinf lentil flAtn mSMrlnard
overhead comes through in ample quanti
ty to gtvo to every object a distinctness
sufficient for tho minutest examination
Tho area of tho room is largo and well
proportioned, and affords that full oud
thorough display which every one rc
quires, and which is so rcnusitc for
proper comparison of tho various classes
f articles which distinguish this depart-
able to all tastes, colors adapted to all
1 complexions, with sets, proportions and
, designs to harmonire with the infinito va-
t riciv rcsuiiiDR iruia ago, irora pursuit nnu
- . I.. C C 1
i habit, aro to be found in these amply
, stored eases. Tho only difficulty presents
itself in a bewildered and undivided effort
to select from a maze of so much richness,
chasteness and beauty. Tho oppropiato
gifts of tho holidays have now another
depository, and wo reeonmend Prouhet
to an equal consideration with others in
bis line. The establishment has, as well,
lhe finc.t assortment of watches and
clocks, useful and oramcntal, bearing tho
names of manufacturers whose repntations
I o world-wide, Homo of tho devices of
We presume our old citisens will follow
the St. Louis jeweler to hia new locality,
'and extend to him thoiraccustoinod favor,
Mr. Prenhet has achieved by honest toil
' in our midst a professional reputation of
which ho may be prod. Wo welcome
' him to Fourth street, and recommend tha
energy ho exhibits to the kind attention
nd p,tronage of th()- pubt jCf
ur.of Sreslaw, celebrated in 1854 tho
his esUblishment. This book is i
.J J irni -wi..i , ....... .
uw. wr. mnu a priming omco
i boldest in Europe, and has been for
oar, ,, .. ... . .
yv HH.uWreuPvuiy in mo nanus
I of bis ancestors and himself,
. - Court, have been reorganued in
Louis -the Circuit Court having three
Judges. Judgo Moody retains ono of
fne Judgeships, the other two aro given
ny appointment ot the Uovornor to Judg
I es Lord and Eeber.
Ferelgi News Iteas.
The Siamese Government has appoint
ed a Consul at Berlin, in tho person of
Herr Adolph Markwald, who has just re
ceived his exequatur.
Six cholera cases, all ending in death,
havo been officially recorded at St. Pe
tersburg. Hospitals have prepared for
the reception of the terriblo guert and
rules of diot officially published in the
papers. There is a rumor that the duty
of military servico will he rendered uni
versal in Russia and roduccd to seven and
in aomo exceptional cases even to three
inc yueen ot Spain is said to no im
proving in health, and it is probable hhc
will open tho Cortes in person.
'1 nrotprominent englishmen iord a.
Ifcrvoy, tho Hon. Mr. Strutt and Mr.
Corro havo been seiied by brigands in
Greece. Ono thousand pounds ransom
each was demanded, and tho brigands al
lowed Lord A. Hcrvoy and Mr. atrult to
go atliberty to lookaftor the money, while
Mr. Corro was held as a hostaco for its
Letters just recoived from Naples speak
of daily Garibaldian enrolments for Homo
(under tho pretext of Mexico and Ire
land) which tako placo in the Garibald
ian cafet ol tuo lolcdo. the men are
despatched in convoys of twenty-five
eighteen or fifteen to the towns of the
Terra di Lavoro, Abruzzo urn! Avclino,
there to wait lor orders.
Tho marriage of tho Princess Helena
of England ana Princa Christian of Aug
gustenburg it is expected will tako place
in tho summer of this year.
Lord Granville, who did not succeed
Lord Palmerston in tho Premiership, suc
ceed) him as Lord Warden of tho Cinque
Ports. It is not a very lucrative office,
conferring upon the holder no other sub
stantial auvantaco than tho right to livo
in Waltner Castle; but it is a very honor
able one, and was held by the Marquis of
Dalhousio and the Duke of Wellington in
immediate priority to Lord Palmerston.
Tho Mastership of the Trnity House an
even more honorary office will be offer
ed to the Prince of Wales,
Geo. Kirknatrick, lately tried for tho
murder of Maddox and Mulkcy, died of
emall-poxon tho 5th inst. Thodiscaso
was contracted while lying in jail and in
a room in which had previously been con
fined to a cai-c of small-pox. Wnrrcns
PrilllMs ia ttrgartl to Pnti.
Putr.ADKi.rniA, Jan. 9.
Petition; arc Icinp signed hero asking
Collarets to ro nmend tho laws an to equal
ize the iiensioiiti of officers nnd pr'nutrs
and their respective lunulics, iiiukinp;
theni uniformly the same without regard
to previous rank, and that the pay of each
officer and private be not lc than 311
Woi.vf.k IN liMN'OK The ISuyhrillc
citizen hhvh Unit r.lias Joiinum itviti
near Littleton, broucht in a wolf vcaln Iu
the office of the county clerk last week,
and received his bounty therefor, eight
dollars. Mr. Johnson says tharo h a
largo number of wolves in tins region this
season. The Aledo Itecord wlsn Hj)cik.i
of the number of wolves iu Kendall nnd
Kano counties. Ono was trapped a near
Bristol Station last wcok, for which a
bounty of tweuty-five dollars was receiv
ed. The editor of the Lexington, !o. Ex
press has been presented with a cabbage
uiouKuring 3 feet 9 inches iu circumfer
ence and weighing 17 pounds, void oi'thc
Somo enterprising genius has ottered
the Government twelvo hundred dollars
for the privilogo of digging up tbo bones
of thoso who have died iu and around
Washington for tbo past fire years.
Tho first Russian newspaper was estab
lished in 1703. Peter tho Great not only
took part in making it up but also him
self revised tho proofs, as may bo seen
by several sheets still in existence, which
are corrected in his hand writing.
By J. P. Foster, at the rcbidcuce of
the brides father, on Thursday, January
17th 1855, Mr. JOSEPH TUHtCKK
and Miss IDA DOUGLAS, all of Lin
coln County Mo.
In Montgomery County, Jan., 4th, by
Rev. Tos. B. King, Mr. NATHAN
GIBSON and Miss MARY HUNTER.
Established Iu 18i.
PAUL P. PATHCEN,
Wholesale dealer in Foreiga
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Sales room on Commercial street, three doors
below Vine Btreet.
City and Country orders sollcUcJ and promptly
filled. Jan'y 12 1801 nitf
F. X. KREMER'S
f. Charles Missouri,
T)Y tbe aid of the experienced millwrights,
XJHeiirs a.k. iiaueman ana m. menioiai.
Louis. I hare succeeded in nattinc up a NEW
MILL on Main and Jacksoa streets, superior to
any in St. unaricj, mereiore i am enaoiea to fur
nish XOU of the best finality, which I war.
rent to give satisfaction. '. X. KltUMEH.
Jan'y 11 lt n3tf
SANDFORD 6, SCARMTT'S
lo. 44 Market Mtreet, Near tnd street,
TUE nnicntgned but just bpcnnl a uperir
ttfortatent ut Furolfurc, couiUllnf lnmrtof
PA St LOR FVRIVITIIAE,
Soat, Centre Tallci, Chain, itc.
Dinttifcr RMai lnmltttro,
Ettenilon Taklci, SUekoardi, Common Leaf
Talle, Chain, Ac.
EO flOoM FUltNITUflE,
Pillows, Bolsters, &c.
Together l'h n
OBEAT V-A.HIJST V
Of li-Knt, onmmon k m;illtim furnllurt, winch
no will evil at tuo very lowot price..
Wkotcnlc tiul Retail.
Having oblolnod tho moitcxpcrienccd anil kest
ackers of furniture in the city, customers may re
ir uron tholrcoode ticlns iiackcil ni they shouIJ
be. Having no partner with whom tu dlvldo
prnflts, and compnrltively small expenses, yot
with unequalod facilities, he can aud will sell
CHEAT. Call nnd fee.
SAN FORD O. SCAMUTT,
No. 44 Market Street, St. Louts.
Jun.13, 18s8. nu.3tf.
HAVIKfl CLOSED MIS OLD tTAVDatKo.
132 Main street, has oponcd a KKVf KS
No. 9 North Fourth Street
ST. LOUIS, HO.
Ills new itoro has been fitted np In a stylr of
itcjjimcc ttnmrp.isdcd by nny house of tho kind
In (he west, nnd has been furnished with very
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
DMMOXDS, U ATHIK8, JEWGLKV
CLOCKS AND SILVEK WARE
of every fnrlely uud (juillty nnlof the very tat
Ho I prepared to ! j itc.'om tdmr; mko to
order ult KlliJint .VnVcc War iniii Hair irnrk nud
to aklllfttlK' repnlr Wuttttinmd Jivchy,
Jan i, irj, .1111
UO IU0 STORE,
i!08 North 2nd Street,
ST. Ml l.
Keep constantly un hand all sizes
IHOX & STEEaU
of tbo bet rjunllty oml
Lowest Prices lorCanh.
All worker of Iron nndSleel are cor
dially inrited tu giro ourbrnnds a trial .
The Met ls tlio thfapest.
Jan'y 12 1661 UEO. V. HALL.
CEOKCeF, C. KIMBROITC.B,
AHats Caps Millinery
.D STItAW .OOD,
. 7? North Main Stntt, St Losls.
January 12 lBCti nif
C. S. RUSSELL,
Successor to Edward Mead 3i Co.
Corner of Fifth and Olive flts. 81 Loul.
SOLD & SILVER WATCHES
of all the celebrated makers.
Mounted and unset.
Tawdry of all the most fashionable styles:
Silver Ware of their own manufacture,
Cleeks, BroBzes, Vases.
Toilet Ornaments, Jewel Caikots, Work Boxes,
Fans, Combs, Jewelry, Sllrcr and Ualr
work made to order. Precious stenei
reset and Watches skillfully repaired.
Strangers Ylstttng St. Louis will fl-.d this en
of tbe handsomest stores in tne city, anuwiuai
all times reeelve nolito attention, tohethor they
wish to purchase or not. Jan'y 12 lr66 3lf
St. Charlcn, ITIo.
J. W. LINK, Proprietor
rphH house Is fill. I up In good style and l a
X Brit class hotel. Jan r., i"HJj.
GRAY & GUJERDAN,
South East Corner of
MA1IETAND SEC STREETS,
and 82 North Fourth Street,
gt. LtMiit, ITIlMMri.
Jan'jr 13 n3tf
113 N. 4itt St. Cor. Tine,
t. liOiiin, in.
and Straw Matting,
January 12 1S60. nJtf
refer ol PHblicatieM.
I V.tfUt CircMll cirl Mlssowi,
September Term, 180.
Leonora Admire. 1
ts 1 Order of publication for
Charles Admire. ) Divorce
Now here come said plaintiff by her attorney,
nnd It ppeurinp; to the satisfaction of th coart
that said defeudent C nrles Admire Is a noa-reil-dent
of tho State of Missouri. It Is therefore or
dercd by the court that said defender! b'. not Bed
that a suit has been commenced asainst him in
talk court, (ho objeet and general nature et wkleh
is to obtain a decree of Jivors from the bonds of
matrimony heretofore eoniraeted by and between
slid plaintiff and mid defeadent. and unless he
aiddefendent bo and appear al the ncMterraot
ton court, 1000 tiegun ananoiuai me vouri iioase
In thotovnof Trov. on (he third saondav In March
neat, and on or before the third day thereof, and
aaswer th. saitt petition, or Iho same will bo ta
ko j as confessed. It is further ordered that a
eonr hereof be published In tho Lincoln County
Herald, a newspaper published In the town of
Troy, f. r four weeks successively as by law ro
quirea. a true copy from the record.
5n Witness Alexander It. Martin, Clerk
( BEAIi of said Court, with the seal thereof at
VXfixed at offleo In the town of Troy, this
lOlu day January 1H6S.
' A. B. MARTIN, Clerk
Jan. 12, 1SSS. nJ w
roAKEN L'Pbv BcnJ. F. Means cf Clark town
X ship, Lincoln eounty, Mo., a bay saare, eta'
in forehead, small sear un each side of neck sup
posed to be ceased by wearing a yoke, supposed
iu bo IS veare old. li 1-2 bauds hlab.anda.nrat
ed at tho sum of fifty dollars by Win. It Klinore
and J no K L'opher, ber.ro ntn ueiucri J. r.
TAKEM Un by Hear Bamcr of Clark town.
ship, a yoke of work cattle, both red and white,
branded on eata norn u v., one nas a vei
tail, a or 7 venrs old. anaraised at tli by
las Dunard and August Segemaa, before John f,
VqHct J. 1'.
TAKEN upby Sladc BuJjenof WarcHf own
ship, an Iron gtaymaro, 14 3-4 hands hick, three
years old, appralted at SOS by I'hlllp Mabry and
W. It. Hudson, berore U. .M. liuncon, J. r.
TAKEN np by Wra. Lovcll, of Wavcrly town
ship, a red and white spotted steer unmarked, two
years old, appraised at f IS by llenry Frower and
Thomas Mess, before 11. M. Duncan, I. V.
TAKEN.un by John Motley, of Warcrly town-
alii i. a very dark urowa noreo muie, aim oraoa
n loft shoulder, small white spot on left hip, 1.1
bands bleb. 3 or4 years old. appraised at $10 by
James Motley and Garland Colbert, befcro B. M.
zVuncan J. P.
TAKEN upbyldward Y. SIoss of Warcrly
township, a dark led heifer, some while on the
sides, white in tbo face, marked crop and under
lit in tbe right and crop and under slop in the
left car, 3 years old, appraised at IH by Gorge
Johnson and Francis kcsler, beforo 11. M. Dun
can, J. I'.
TAKEN un by William J. ITplcgrove of Wa
vcrly township, a red end nbitu spotted slcer,
marked with crop and split in tbo lelt and holo in
tuo rigni car, noio torn vui, rati uooon ou, oran
bed 11 on left hip, 3 years old, appraised at 915
by Samuel Motley nnu John Smiley bcfoio Wood
ton Hey nolds J . V.
TAKEN up by William Johnson of Union
towi.shlp.abay mare, black logs, main and tail,
i years old, appraised at Hi by Wm. S. Cochran
and John IV. Sltton, before A. Iv. Wilson, J.F.
TAKEN ur bv Samuel Weeks of Union town
ship, a black pided cow, crop and spilt in light
ear. suDnoscd io bcV Tears old. appraised at $t1.
Also a red ro.iu stcor, branded 7. on left hip, three
old, uppralsednt$2i by James Wi
Ullcy beforo A. K. Willien, J.
TAKEN op by Welly Orcen f WaeW
ship, n dark bay horso mule. Spanish brand
shoullor, 13 bands high, 4 or 6
a briislit bav horso mule snanli
yenr old. Also
sn braad on left
(boulder 134 bands high, 4 or 4 years old, and
each appraised atfa2,50 by John (JrscnsjidW.lt
Undion, beforo U. M. Pancan, J. r
TAKEN un bQoorce Uall of Warerly town'
hip, a rone steer, ball-laced, whito under belly,
erop and underbit in right, and si lit iu left ear,
branded 0 on right hip, J years old, appraised at
nilcen oouars, ny a. .u. mow nnu a. v. i
ley, beforo Woodson Keynolds, J. 1'.
TAKEN up by Thomas L. Elmore, of Clark
township, a bright sorrel alley, few white hairs In
forehead, legs lighter color than bodr, 14) hands
3 Tears old: nnnralsed ntaTs ay riiiasss,
Davis A Jno S Connolly before J no P foster J 1.
TAKEN nn bv Jesre Morriis of Millwood town
ship, a dard red cow, split in left and crop off eaeb
cat. somo whito on bell v. back and tall, cruinplj
horn, point of right lit rn broken off, slxyiarsold
npnralssd at twenty do lars by J. II. Morris ,0 Ja
T .Mallcoto bclure John W. Jameson, J. V.
TAKEN an by Jno. C. llorten, of Clark totrn
ship, a sorrel alley, bluro in face, flax ruano and
tall, ono year old, appraised at forty dollars by
i nomas j. iiaauerry, ana o. u. uaiiuarry ue
foro J. V. Shclton, Justice of tho lVace.
Dr vlrtuo of an ordor of tbe Warren eounty
court mado at the adjourned term of on thousand
eight hundred and sixty fWo(l8ai.) I will iu
obedlsnee to said order, on the twelfth ( 'i2tli day
of February next, at tbo vast deor ot tbe Court
House, in tno town or iroy, innncoiu county,
Ul. '.I A ik. ....1mm "t lltA (Ij.m.1.
Court of Lincoln county, expose nt publl auetlon
all the interest of John Q. A. Dirkbead, dceeai
ed, In aud to the real eitalo described as follows
Forlv (401 acres of the south west quarter of
tho north east quarter of section eighteen (IS)
township liny (50,) range two west.
Elsrhtv (801 acres lot one of the south wort quor
ter ot seetlon eighteen (18) township tfty (18)
rsago two west.
Ono hundred and fiftv elzhr acres and elsly-
four hundredths ef an aero (198 14-100 acres)
lot two (2) or the lontb west quarter of section IB
eighteen, towuihlp fifty (iO) rang two west.
FartT.five acres and Iwonty nine onehundreths
of an' acre (4S 29-100 acres) of the south west
nnart.t ct th north east uuarter ef ssotluu three.
tewasblp forty sine, rang tbres west.
lorty (40) acres ot th south wst quarter of
the south west quarter of section three, township
feriy nine, range Ihrco west.
Forty (40) acres of tbe south west quarter of the
south west quarter of seetlon eleven, township 4
forty nine, range three west.
Term of Male. Or o halt cash, balance in
twelve months, purchaser giving deed of trust on
land sold to ssour purchase money.
ROBERT I). ALLEN, Aminislra'or,
John Q. A. Dlrkhead, deceased
Jan 12, IPiW. a.a
A LAROE STOCK OP
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND
OF TUE DE9T MAKERS',
Wholesale & Ilotail.
No. M North Main Street, St. Louis. Missouri
December 12 I8S5.
Attorney at Lavt
Truitoti, Lluioln County, Mo.
11 r I LI, practice In all thoCurta of th. third
Judicial Cirrnlt. All buslnesslentrusted to
his caro will be promptly aten4ed to.
vrr. 12, looa. ni
JAMES A. WARD,
Pliyisicinn &. &uYgmtn
OSlco one Joor North'of Hart and Btuarts,
December 12, 18i. ni
ATTOFINEV AT LAW, AND
MI LIT A IY CLAIM AGENT,
TttOV, stiurolu Coaaty. IHo.,
Office In the Court lions.
Dee. 12, mi. nl
TBOV, LIXC LN
Ofllee In the' Court
Doceml.fr li, Ititi. nl
Fe 1. WILLIAMS,
Jl ft o r ney at.Lnw,
TRt'XTOM, .1NCOI.N COfNTT, MO.
Y!7 ILL practise In all the Courts of tbe third
11 Judleial Circuit, andt
attention will be given to a.
to his car
Dcrctober 13, I HBO. nl
1). . HUSSaLi
STOVES AX I
KEEl'S nn hand, or will 611 all orders ia bis
line on tbe shortest notice.
A good assortment or Tin waro always orTband.
Heading and guttering promlly attended to.
Dec. 22, 1805. al
BY vlrtuo of an order of sale Issued from tho
County Court of Kails county, in tho State of
.Missouri, 1 will, as Administrator of th sstato
of John Owlngi.deccused, ofltsr''t public sale, at
the door of the CourtIIouto in, Troy, Lincoln
county Missouri, on
Tueeday, Fruruari 13, 186C,
he following described undlvldpdlhalf;;belnftho
ntcrcst of John Uwlngs deceased, in and to Said
nnd, to wit :
Ono hundred an I nfty-nvo acres and flfty-neo
undrcdtln of an acre, in Lot No. ono north
'oat, aid west half south-west, In section sis
S) township 'orty-nlno 4t) range two (2) west.
Also ono hundred and nitv-ulna acre and
forty-one hundredths of an acre, souih-weit
on thirty-one (31) townibio flftv'(iO)
two (2) west; all In Lincoln county Mlssoarl
un one ur tneso trav'a ot Inn 4 there rs one
hunurcil acres under fence, and) acoutoMablo
Terms, cosh In band on tho day of sale.
E. 1). MOK1SKIT,
Adm'r. of citato of John Ovriugi. 6c.,
December 12, ISM Dl-4w
VOTICE is hereby given that letter of admin
i. titration on lhe estate ut William Hoiwr ,1...
censed, were granted to lhe uadtrstisned on th
8th day of November 1SB5 by tho County Court
tf Montgomery county, Mo,, All persons bavin
claims against said estate, aro required toeaMblt
Ihcm to mo for allowance within oue year from
tho date of said letters, r they may be precluded
from any benefit of such estate, and If not ex
hibited within threo years from lb date ofaaid
tetifrs, sum claims shall be forever barred.
M.ni'r.u . huwi.in, Admlalstratcr.
Dec. IV 18SS. nl-pfiw
NOTICE ts hereby given that letters of Ad
ministration on Iho eitate ul ileum H.
Wriitht deceased, wero crnntcd tu tho uniWr.
signed on the 31st day nf October lSn by (ho
Clerk of the County Court of Lincoln countv.
All persons bavins clalmr axalnst said estate
required to present them for allowanco In the
Adinlni.tintor within one year after the datuol
said letters, ur they may bo procfudad fjrum anv
ooneni uisniu estate; nnu li sucn claims Iw not
preiented within three years from tho dut of
aid letters thet will bo forever barred,
TM IM AS J. WKKlliT, Ailm'r.
Dc'cinlnr 12, lofii. ulpBw
VJOTICK is hereby given tint tbo uaderslgard
ll bin taken out letters uf administration on thu
estate ef Ambrose I' Uamsoars deceased, bearing
date November 2i) l5, and fMlico Is glveti
to all persons having claims against said estate
tu present them legally authenticated for allow
anee within auoyeurfroui tho date of said letters
or they may be precluded f-mn any benefit of said
estate, and if pot presented within three years
will be lorcver barred.
Deo. 19 I8S. nlpfiw Administratrix.
NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons Inter
ested i i lie estate of Edward llaslip diseased
that the undersigned aduiisirator of saldesrsstr,
will tnolic final seettlcmrnt of said eitate at tbo
next Vebruary term of the 1,1 morn county CoK
to be begun andteld In Troy oa Tuesday Febru
ary 13 I860, being the second Tuesday in said
month. ALEXANDER T. CUA.MDER8.
Dee. IB IMS. nl-Cir
NOTICE Is hereby glvea to arl persons Inter -U'd
that tbo undersigned Administrator uf
tbo estatv uf John McKinney, dmascd, win
make a Anal settlement of his udminlstraliun ,.f
I said estate at the next February term ot flu.
County Court nl Lincoln county, to bo begun and
held In Troy ou Tuesday the'Ulhbl' ttbimtiy
AI.KXANDKR CM'.-O.V, Adut'i.
Dwsiulii 12 0o5 julw