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Look out for the Gars
All aboard tar No. 37 Mala it.
Whistle on the Breaks at
WA ARE ILL GOING THERE.
Every Body Rushing to
Childreo cry to go.
The reasM Is that Coeds caa be
DOUGIIT ClinAPKIt TURKU,
than t any other Homo In (ho United Stole.
STOP AT No 37,
Where you can buy Clothing at lUdiccd PiL-et.
Call and ecu tliu genuino
rPHE Hero if Hilt l,tt.h ha just u-ccived tho
1 largest un1 Lest teloctcd stock ut
ftcnt Furnishing Ciootl
din! was ever vffncil to the loyal ciiltcns of
ST, CHARLES JMLO,
1 JtANK PAUL'S
1 (il:n;c don't go to any ether Beware of
iniliatiuu If Vnti want
A COAT AND TROUSERS
tu tlif'h to it in. I up nn, I proiulso tn lovo, cliortrh
Hi..l obey seme blushing datnsel, or n suit to lay
tl.nlmily -"biiiithn. 'Miiiflli'l off thlii muilnl
vi liich U iqiiltulmt lu lit, cbcrith iiiiil
, try tiU
Tlsii t "lu "goal;'') "? '
o to rso. ty?
for ib" li.lot tirliM'ii piiitcsHy tflrgrarh jji to
n a's r" r a u i, k s.
I'm n perfect til or no pay,
o 1 o . IV .. T
fi r l'i"lni'.i 'iii. tnihirt.g'i to
I It A Ii P.U'LK
'it nil t.iml vf rloibinp ut the 1 sn-xt 1y 1m, and ni
ich )ii ci that ymi teimot niul w.ll irot il'o
I. o-ill Hi'. Mik tbo plai'.- n II. Your nvin In
ten viijiiiie mi to fall. S"o to II tlun that toil
Don'i; Fnws o.
A rtoik of ?0,nr)l nn.v In tor.! and mnatantly
inciain- iln.i ij uuth. 1 li v tn at Lu a-.I i u
iHrocd i rici s.
Now in the time to gH liargninn.
f-lwut ring tbi- Hell Mow the burn toimd
the wlnstV whnw II I'm off tnr
I" fl A'Iv PAUIS.
Auguit 31 I860 nftMm
Office of Super lor of Rcgistratlnn,
Tiiot, Mo. mn,
T"ti'W I hirehy giren tn the voters of l.mooln
rounty, Mo:, that lb Qffleors of ltvgim(ion ni l
tteno In dliobrgo of their duties for thopiirpnw
o Kfgiaienvf; rnww, at mo voung pr.
cincls in ealrt county at tho following times and
Tlioie to- lt :
Jordan 8. Sallcc, Kcglstr.ir nt Tiov, IMford
Township, en Saturdays Sept. rnhir fli lc 29th A
Oc'nler oiU ISib i 2lli lhtiC, between the hours
tf Six a. u. and Six p. M.
Nathaniel H. Craig, RcglMrar at Tot Oak,
'Ink township fatniiliiys Hei.t. i 4 29th and
O.'iotur fill i;iih t 2tlh ISi'iS, boiwctn the hours
14 am and 1pm.
Cliail"- W Rush, Registrar at Chamllly, stoniuc
lomshln nn Srtlurdays Sent 22d A 23th and Oc
titer 6th, l."lh & 20th 1 60b between tbo hour of
rx a to and six p in
JohnC WoiflflJ, Rcgljtraral Sew Hope, Hrr.
IK' iino township on 8utuidyi September 22d and
V5th and October nth, 13th fc 20tb 1868, between
ton hours of six a m ar.d six p m
William 0 Smiley, Registrar ut Auburn, Union
inliln nn Saturdavs Bchtember 22d A 29th nn.l
tvtcUt nils, lSih it 20th 1868, between th hunts
tf six m nnd six p ins
W l'Haio Porter IUgllrart Millwood, villwoed
ttwnthlp on Saturdays Bcptnul.vr S2d Sc 29th and
October lilh. tlth it'lOlh 1 8G between tho hours
'frit a m and lx fB,
Ji,hn V. Kunn. Rltra- nt Louisville. Waver
u tnvtnsriinon b'iitu'.ilu'r'!' Faptrmher 22d A 29lh
mvlOiimlnv Oth, IJth'A' 20tli 8fai1, bvlniieu tb
kimila of six W m and lix B nil
Ii. II, Catiuon, Regl'liur at Truxlon, Trnlrln
tofiifktp a.turdayi gvptriulwr 'lit A..2Ull aud
tii'tiiher 6lh,'lSlh A 2Clh IBfiS, between tiro hour's
1 1 ki m. In ii ml nix D m
And notice u further given that on Tuojdjy,
UV.tni.ilnv. Tl.uradav and t'riduy. th 2:1-1. 21tli,
lith A xfith ilavi of Outober lb6, th- Hoard Of
A pculi and Rcvli ien will meet in Troy, lo pnss
nnin 1 1. , nUlini of all voters illcEully recUtumd
r those who may bo unablo tu com bcluro th
effltcis of Iteg straiton. ,
TlllUlJII vlmmiab, cupcrvuor.
Autr. 31. 18nC, .1180. 2w
lVv. A. Mvers. of Sprlngfleld, Ohio, brought
lo our fair a number f product of tho Borghum
Half , which he iteotuM lo have hitido' "specialty of
htl tllVCntlVQ'goniuS, tinu ttUlull vivvr. hu im-i n
spcelmcn of wino Icrmcntid fiom Sorghum, which
will very surely bi-gouio a gei crul beverage, when
- - - ... . 1 1 . t T. I.
rnc n anntaciuroa in suiae.uui quantum,
a clear dark rod ln.cutor.. with a tasto.ond
between Sborryandallfe; fruity Madeira. Tho
acid in it is very slight, nt moro than In good
PherrV. nhlto It has b body and viehncii more
nearly) MScmhlLog Ocao)d Madeira than, anytJ(Jng
ls w.lsWttlfk'rjrrirut Iti'tavor H not,' Ita. on
ly quality likely to mak It popular. It is cheap.
It can bo made an aoli) for twenty-Or cents a
gallon. Tho Sorghum stalk is used for sugar or
laohssci as fully ni possible, and the win Is then
mad from tho refuse. Nothing li sacrificed of a
more valuable purposo for the wine. "It Is only
mida of that which has yleldailall tho sirarltcan
yield, Th quantity, Mr. Myors states, it about
ono barrel of win for every ten of molsssea, using
only id reius. aner in uoiasses is snaue. m
csn't see why thls'Hiico very should hotprovittni
virsally and rapiaiy lucccssiai. la. oian jour.
' vLi-tv,0to, May 8,1606.
Ma. FaiLtr Rat Dear 6irt Your question!
concerning Sorghum Win I will answer with ploas
an. .1 have road th win, and atln Is only lix
months old.' I bav eompari. it with what they
call Midelra, and It Is equal tu any I hav toen
ei taitad i and It lsImiiroviarvTT dT bv aa.'
I eansar to th nublio It Is much better than too
represented It to sue; ! wiling sfir.wine 'for
J par gallon, and I can ' make" It at the cost of
2i cts, My neighbors ar alt anxious toknewhew
0 wlai is made. I am satisfied I will realita
eg year by selling Individual rights, for the;
an make wine enough oat oMhe skimmings whlcl
x. mrewn awy to no tnem uisiais. it u l
trouble to maki th win. "
HE.V RY RICHER.
Aug 31 1806 dM
nV virtu of an execution Issued
offlce of th Clerk of tht Clroutl Court of
Llneoln connty, Mluoatl, dated the 21 it day of
Aumit 1800 made returnable to the Full term of
aid Coutt I860, and to the Sheriff of 'ul l county
directed and to me delivered, on tho 22nd dny of
August eighteen hundred and lixty liz, In favor
of William 0. Smiley aud against James Y. Mor
ris and George W. Morris, I have sailed and lev
ied upon all the tight, title, claim and Internet
thai tho uld Jamet Y. Mortli and George W.
Morrll( havo In and to the following described
Real Estate, situated In Lincoln ooanty Mliiouri,
Th loath aait qu itUr of lection 9, townihlp
number 61, rang 2 west, containing UO acrce.
AUoi th W. H of lb W. X f the S W quarter of
cetloB 10, Uwnihip SI, range 2 weit, containing
40aortit Alio, ten (ID) acres off the north end
of th north east quarter of tcetlnn 19, township
SI, rang 3 weit. Alio, all of the laud bought by
Jnraci Y Morrli of Hamnel .famoson, lying uorth
of th Auburn road in th north east corner of
lection 10, town hip 51, rang! west, on which
the District Pohool Homo note standi, supposed
to bo 6 ncrcsmtreor less as th property of James
Y. MarrUaml nlioai the properly of George W.
Merrli, all Mi undivided iutcrcst in and to tho
north east frnctli nal quitter of section ') town
ship 41 range 2 nest, containing 167 18-100 a
cros. Aim tho triulh cntt fractional quarter of
section it tiiTtnshlp til rnngo 2 west, rnntnlnlng
I4 39-lOOth acres, Aln tho north half of th
north west quarter of tcctlon it lewmdilp 51 rnngo
2 net, containing K'i 17 UOtbs (eight J -tiro
seventeen A a half liuhdrclthe) acres, Also tho
!onlli nest fractional tpinrlor of section 2 town
hip il murk 2 wen, containing 14 G7-I00ths
acres ftii (I I will on
Thursday, the U7th or September 18CC,
Iwtirecn the bonis or D In th forenoon nnd 5
in tho nftt'rti'n of Hint day ut theCoirt bouse
door In Troy, In Mild county of Lincoln daring
tlm scs-lon of tho Uicult Court of i.ild coun
ty r.xposa said Real list-slo to l'ul.lio lnlo to
Ihe highest bidder fur cosh to satisfy said Kio
cutlon. JOHN It. KNOX.
.Sheriff of Lincoln Co., Mo.
Aupnit 31, 1800, nDC
Sll Kill VV'S BALK
JoincH II. Johnson nnd
Uuirgo W. Johiirou
Wilier M. Johnson
Kllnbeth A. Jnlili'on
ll.-lirit W. Joli'njon
1) Y lrtni of nn order rf ,nlc in Ilia nhotcsuao
J Jl.inril from this i.flui- ol 'bot'li ik nf thu I'ili-uit
t'-iiirt i-t' l.inrulti county, .Missouri, on lh-i "tltli
Uy of.lulv IdA'i, iliiivtt-d to tin-Klu-iln of niil
Oiiuiiy of l.tni-iiin, iitnl In mo iMUno'i, I,.1ih'i
II. Kriox, Hhuritt of I.luculn fynuty Minouri, at ill
'On W't'diioday. Pciito.i.l!ci 20lh 1SGG,'
I'ctKori tho lionia of 0 in tho forinoun nnd
,S In tlm attctnwti "f tint day, at tbo Cm it liou.'i-
door in Troy in i-.ilJ cuiinty during th" session of
tin- I in-ult I . itl t sut-l cjun'y, expos to sau
kli tb i ri(.-lii, tliieiui'l luii-rot of tli"l."iic natni-d
parlies it, In ni.d lo'lhe lolloftlng deacilbod real
vito ,itu:i.il in I.IikMii rniiiity Missouri, towiti
'Jli- lii.rib I 'HiiiiliT of n-Ui"ii nuintivr ".'2,
iMuntlup numbii il in rnngo 2 west, conuininp
in I ui-ris.
lutin' Om; hull'cnli; tlm luilum'i' on a credit
of 12 M.-ntli-. thu 1'in'h.i-tr tiving bond uith
itoud an-1 mttiunt seetirity.
joiix i:. Ksox, shciiir.
Aiifi'nt :tl, IMd
sn i-: iTiW's sAlTiTi Tui t'tion.
.Linn-, Idnrv nnd l.'nrolitio Drnry bis wife,) .
w. I 5
rhti.t' i h"! t'jrter & NimeyS Tailerhis if P
t-....t... n...... I. l-ii.ui....i. ii n...... i,i.uii-u L Z
I.' HJ II - ..(Ml. M. 1.11.. - .... J .111 -
lli-ninniin C Ruse nn. I Richard Host, Children
'of Richnrd b. Hi a .
HY iltlin of .in order of snlo In the ub-wo cause
incd n om the offlso of the Cleik uf the Cir
cuit Court of I incnln count) Missouri, on the 20th
da) of July ISfIB, tlliected to tho nhcrirT of raid
count, I, John II. Kujv, sheriff of sail Lincoln
county, will on
Wednesday September 2Ctli, I860,
at lb Crurt hmise door in Troy In said county,
between tbo hours of 9 in tbo forenoon and Gvo In
the afternoon of that day during tno session nt
the Circuit Court of sal I county, expose In pi-bllc
snlo all the right, title and Interest of -lUl p.iillu
in and to the following diecrnii-t u-ul cri.iie, Min
ted In Lincoln county, Slioitrl, lo win - rnc
irlb wi-sl quiiilir uUietii'n number It, lownliiii
umber 4S In nng numlnr one, vest ofthaMli
prlnoipiil meridian, i-ontnlnlog 1 ft:t (I I 1 00 ncri-s!
also llio w,t hnll'ot tlm south nest niiarti r of the
section, township nnd tango alorcsaid, containing
7 na-llii acres, in iKinit in affgrecniii jou oa-iou
acres, and also ono lot situated in tho town of
Troy in said county, nnd known on the plot of
all town as lot "uuiler un.
Terms On half cash: tho balance on n credit
f 12 months, I ho pttrchasor giving bond with ap
1 " ar.a.t. n i-ft-r.' C-L Iff
IVII it. iiav., OHCI1U.
Aug.ist .ti, i fife
SHKHIFF'S SALK IN I'AJITITION.
arah Gilm's nnd Oilmes her llushand,
Mahalii Thointuoii and Jesirn Tboiurson
her husbun 1 and Lovinu tiuut:
Colrmua Martin infant Son of Sophruiia
Mart In ilctcaseJ.
3Y vlituo of an nrdcrof sale in the above causi
. lisiiR-l from thvnflicoof thu Clerk of I hn Circuit
Court uf Lincoln county, Misuourl, on lho 20th
lay of July liii'iS, directed In tho Shcritl of said
county of Lincoln, ami in ino iicnvi-rcu, i,.ii.nn
II. huox, tliirin ot 1.111CUIU county, .nitsouri,
Wednesday, fc'cptcmber 20tli 1800,
olwccn the hours oft In tho forenoon nnd .' in
thu iiftctnoon of that day, nt the Court hiuso door
In Trnv In said county, durlur the session of the
Circuit Court of said county, cxpusa In public
snlo all tho rlgl t, lltlo nnd Interest or sold parties
of in and to tbo rullowlng described real estate,
situated in J.iucoln county, Missouri, lo win
The w rr I quattcr of tectum numtier -v,
a township number M, in rango number 2 eiiit,
oonlultilnit I50bl-100 acres Thu touth nit
quarter ot the north oast trictionai quarter oi sec
tion 29. tnwnrhin number 51, range number 2 cut,
containing 27 61-100 acres. The north east quar
ter tf llic Malhfail'nuartoTbf sefttlon SO.'in town
ship il, In rang S cast, obtaining 49(frcs; and
nlso, tho south cast quarter of llio south east quar
ter ol section nurancr .10. lownsnip nuuioer ai, in
r'atgo number '.qast, coutalnlog 40 acres, making
Inoggregato 2SJ 40-190 acres. u '
Terms Op half cash) tbe halanoo on a credit
of 9 months, tho ritrchaicr giving bond with good
apu luucnai securiiy. juu.yi, a
Aucmsi ai. moo. wM-i'"'
Tho Old St Charles' Mill
- Again in OniMl t :
Tho undcrslancd would ritnectfully Inform tho
public, that be Is now- prepared to fill orders for
tl.OIIIl. gHIPSTUFF A BRAN in anv Quantity
nnd will gnarinteeQatlsfactloa'. Ordin will b
attendid to promptly.- Th highest1 market prlo
paid ror wheat. Terms llrlotiy osbh.
v, a. unicciiii.
Af IIit8l8 In4m
ValMUe Parmlbr Sale.
Tbo nnden laned balnc duiront of moving from
th Slat, heriby orTera.for ial hit rarm, iltuated
about f oar' rail eaitofiTroy, Llneoln ooanty,
Missouri. Said Farm consists of 246 acres, li will
watered, unfailing Spring mar the bouse, 66 aorn
in cultivation and under good fence. Apple and
Waco orchard, timber nnsurpassiod; the dwilllng
boms Ii hewed logi two itoriet with all tbo nec
essary out houses, stables, barat, ete., alio two
good tobacco barns os the place, r jror further par
ticuiiri tnquir onus un'iersignen. nn m piaci
FRAhClS ARCH tit.
Aug. 31, 66. aM p3w
aitnilinnid n . r t. t r inm.MM I
In virtu and bv authority of an ordtr of sal I
Issued from the ofbio of tho Clerk of th Circuit I
Court of Lincoln county, Stalo of Missouri, to III Jan term 18(8, th andenlgned, admlalstro
uaa. directed. In n pause wherein Silas t'.rr n.l tor of thaasUtoof Jaaaa J. Pritehatt dasctaarf
MyTurr, bis wlfo nro plaintiffs and Misiouri
vonncr, Aiauama tonner anu inutana Conner,
nro Dcfendcntf, I wilt nn
Wednesday, September Zoth 1800,
between the houri of nine and f o'clock of that
..ninth. ht.h..t i.m.i r. h.ir r..h .n.tih.
balanc lo nloo months, th purchuser givlog
bond with good and sufficient security for the pay-
meni oi ire purcuaso money, an ike rtgut, tine,
Interest and" claim which skid parties may hav.
as heirs at law ot Thomai J. Conner, deceased, In
and to th following d.scril cd rial cstat. to-wll :
q-..i.i,.if .rik. -a.ii. i ii
South half of tbo north oavt quartirof section
number 21 in township ouihImi IS ranno 1 cast
containing 85 acres Tho north half of tho north
cast quattir of section 21 In township IS rango 1
cast containing bl acres ) Tho south fractional
quarter of the south cut of sntd section, town
ship and rnngo containing 31 51-10!) acres, nil In
survey number .1031 1 Aud also llio rullowlng Jo
scribed tract purchased ol Hamilton, to-wlt i A
part of tho west half nf the south cast quarter,
and n part of tho oast half of the south westqnar
ter of section number 21 In township 4A in ranee
1 cast, beginning In the cast lino of s.ilJ wet half
ot llio souln cast quarter, when tno main toad
crosses raid lino, thence north .10 Ml-100 clinlnv,
tlienco wet 30 09-100 cliolna to tlm road, thence
ruuth ill decrees cast 12 chains nlnti, with said
ru.nl, thence -l:t degrees cast JH chains, theuco Hi
degrees ia-t 12 40- lOOichalnt to the plaeo ut be
ginning, containing 40 39-100 actea, making In
all 24i acres.
JOHN R. KNOX,
August 31, 1864. fherliT
flv vlrluo ofii sikcI.iI writ of fur! f.icl.n l'sno-1
from tho offii-cof tho Clerk of tho I'ireult court of
Monlitomery. rnuntv. Mli-ouil, dated tho 23rd
day of July lbCO tn.ido retiirnalilu to tho Oclnbur
tt nn of laid court lSGo and to llio SlieiilT nf Lin
coln connty direetid and to me delivrrcil, on luo
2Mli day of July 18fi8 In favor of John C. and
Jnti,i-s u Whltusldo ndmlntitrators of John C.
Whiteside and against William II, l'.ico admin
Utralcr or M, S. Pymondi, t, nm coinmnndcd ti
ell tho followlnst rleserlbed, mortgaged Real Us
Into, situated In Lincoln cuunly Missouri, to-wlt:
.20 aorcs off tho south en I of tbo west half of
the north welt Quarter nf section number 4 town
ihlp -I'J rnngo .1 west, and I will on
WedttV&diy, Sop'Wmbcr 20th, 18G6.
between tlicliouis if 0 in the forenoon ur.d i in
llio afterunun of that day nt t!io Court llouso
door in '1 roy In said county of I.lmwlr. duriugliiu
li asion of llio Circuit rottrt of snbl i-nunty evpnm
said real i-slatc to pub'lo sale tn lbs hlgheit bid
der for oath to satisfy sal. I writ.
JOHN 11. KNOX,
Sheriff of Lincolu Co., Mo.
llv virtue of a special writ of fieri facial issued
froui tin- i.lli.-o of tin- Clerk nf the Oiieult colli t or
Lincoln county, Missouri, dated tho 2ltt ilny of
Aufcii't l-Jflil msdo returnnblo tn tbo .vptemticr
term "I unfit court IMitl and to llio Shrnu ol a.ii.i
oountv illieelid nnd to mo delivered, en th? 31st
day ni' August iCili inf.ivurof William Young
administrator nf Henry Marl In ilcecujc-d, and n-(jnln-t
Robert II. llud'oi odmlnlstralor of Rob
irt O. 'liinruhlll nod John M. lliikhcid adiulnis
tr.itin of Simeon Thornhlll deiinsul, l,nm order
ed to sell tho f.illoniug ilofprll.c.1 real estate, Bit-uati-d
In Lincoln county Missouri to wit :
'lho njiith west minrter of the Miiilh nut quar
ter nf i.(ilin Iri (ownsbin 4U ratiiro I caat. and I
will on Thursday tho 27th day of Hcptember IfMWl
hctwem lliohoniH ot u in Ilia forenoon ana J in
tho nfternoon nf that day nt lho Court hauso door
in Troy lu ia'.J county during the scsnlon of the
liieult court of said countv expose laid Ileal U'-
lato tn l'ublls Sain to tbo li'glicit tiliiaer lor easn
to lat sry said writ.
Jt;il. it. IVll.A,
SlierifT of Lincoln Co., mo.
August 31, 18fi0.
II y vlrluo of a special writ of fiirl facias Issued
nm tlioi (Tieo of the Clerk of the Circuit court of
i.inrr.ln emmtv. uissourl. dated tbo 2lat day of
August ISofi luado reluruabto to tho September
term ofsahl court loou ami in in cueim oi rum
countv lirectC'l an'l to me uciivercu, on tno xisi
nv ot August 1808 In favor oi uiiam a. jbck
,,,', nnd ai-nlnst Samuel C. Hlltnan and Sarah M
1 urn ordered to sell ull lho rlsht tllle
claim nnd interest that the said Samuel C. Dilmnn
and Sarah M. Dilmnn have, or In and to th fol
lowing described real estate, situated in Liucoln
m.nnlv ulssourl to Wit 1
Tho eosi nan oi ino nnmi wwi quiinc! vv.
half north weit quarter) of teitlon number 27
township 49 of rango 1 east containing 7i acres;
and I will on murauay ius uay ni oejiii-iu-hor
I HAS between the hours or I) In the rorerieon
and a in tho afternoon of that day at th court
liou-o door in Troy in laid county, during tho
session or lho Circuit ooui tor suld noiinty ixposo
tald real estnlolopublinsalo to the highest bidder
ror csh to sattsiy iom win.
Rhcriffof Lincoln Co., Mo.
August 31, 1800. ,
Ry vlrluo of a spools! writ ol fieri facias issued
r..n H.n nAennftho Circuit court otLlneotn er un.
ly, Missouri, datud tho 2lt day or August 18rt
,n,l miurnab o to th Beptenmer term i inm
., iM'.a mill lo tbcHherilf or raid comity dircc
ted nnd to mo delivered, on lho2lit day of August
860 In furor of 'iliaucus u. ,iiumi aim gaunt
In.rt... l?lllllOlltl 1111 d L'allierinu Calhoun I nm or-
i....i i,. .. u nil ihu iluht title, claim nnd lulcrert
I..I ii . mtil Jnme. Calhaun nnd Catherine Cal-
i..... l.n. nf tn nml la lho followine describod
reel estate, situated in Lincoln county, Missouri,
10 The'wcst half of the nest half or the loulhjhalf
or ih norlh cast auarter of iccuon nutuoer 10
ian.hln ranc0 1 WISI. anil 1 Will on limn
day, tho 27lh day of September, loii, ocinocn
tkn iiiiimsi ni u in i-iifi iursiiiuuii iiuu iu uw -
noon of that day at th Court house door In Troy,
in ..hi vnuntv. durlnclho cession or llio Circuit
court or said county expnso sam rei i i.
pnhlio sal to lb highest MUucr lui casu is sat
,ry said writ. V .Hi j ' ' wft-.
Kn'crifr of Lincoln oounty; Mlssonrl
August 3D 180(1. . -,) j;iJ f ,
nf If s.
TIif vlrlnA 'tit SB Rieention Issued from the
fltneo of tho Clerk of the Circuit Coart ef LlMln
f.nt. MU.inirl. dated th 23rd dayior Aril
. . . . . ., 1 - il.. DAfr.mhM Imm kt
lono maue Tiurnnoio iu nm ui-.-. ... .
tatd court-IBM Sifo) tlhe perlr soioji.ouniy
directed and to me delivered, on the 2lrf day of I
iiii iusm.Ih, Iiht of.iRdwla, UMUeis.-oxainitl
JamM C.Adrilrei and'.Dnfln llT,f ASnjW, 1
kVn .ntiVd'ahd'levlb'd upon htrtb 1 HihT'tltle!
claim and Interest that tn taw ssdhi y. a"
mlr basin ana to the following oeioriosiuiicai
EsUU, situated la Llneoln county, .nisiouri, 10
The touth weit quartet f the north weit quar-
Lst ar isst ol 22 townsuip rB
talnl.i4ert aid I will on
Thursday, September 27th, 18G0,
i,.,n ikn bnnra of 9 In th forenoon and
a In th. afternoon ef that day at the Court
Uonse door In tbe town ef Troy, in sail ooan i
i. t r tn.Ain ittirlnf, lha aesslon of the Cir
cuit Coart ef laid county, Bxposo laid Real
i.t.u'tn Pnfcllo Bale to th hliheit bidder for
Sheriff of Lincoln co,, Mo,
AuSust 31, 1866. n36
TN obtains to an castas- of aal saoia In Ik
IProbat Court of 8t Load county, MlMonri. at
of St Louis county, will on th Pnrth Monday of
oeniemoer next tieiag in ziin aay oi cepreaMr
I So? at the Court Home door In th town of Troy
"'n 1 Jiismuri. ana.dunng m session
.""l ?"m," '.'.'."L" "'"c"'"' "1
I? V ,ul.'11.'1 vendu or onwry thofullowing
Real Rstate lying and being In said County or
Lincoln and State ol Missouri to-wltl The north
east quarter of the north wist quarter of teotion
thirty-two, township forty-nine north rang and
Zl't i .ISTmi
EJV lei im? b.ZP n5
at tlie ono quarter section oorner botweon sections
twenty-nlno and thirty-two, thence wet to the
north cast eormr of Thomas J. Haiti tract of
lind, thenco Willi said llutts cast line tn n stake,
thence east to n point of Intersection with a line
running south from the aforesaid one quarter sec
tion corner, thence north to tho beginning corner
containing thirty acres moro or less.
icrm ol sale, cati.
.1. Q. ADAMA I'llITCHKR
Administrator of Jasse . I. I'ritchutl, deceased.
August flrd 1 -119 n3Jttr
NOTICK Is hereby given that letters of Admin
istration were granted to Joseph II Martin on
the estuto nf Truderick M. l.uekelt deceased,
August 21st if-en, by tho Clcik of tho County
Court of Lincoln county Missouri.
All persons having claims aialnst sai.i estate
nro required to exhibit them to th administrator
Tor allowance wiiiun on year iroin in. -
nl.l litters, or they may bo precluded Trnm any
In neflt r raid estate, nhdifnot exhibited wilhin
three years from tho date of said letters they will
bo forovrr n.irre.i.
.niSKril ll. MAUTia, Aumiiustraior,
niig. 24, no. pu w
(siET Tin: ni:sT.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary.
lVTUW II.LUHTHATEI) 1! HI TIOV.
1.1 Thoroughly' rvled and much enlarged. Over
II.OOO fine cnitravings. Is a well nlch Indiiiien-
iiiMu rcqiilsllo tor evcrr iniemgent umiiy.
It contains 10,1104 WORDS and MKAMS03
not found In othtr Uutiuuaries,
It is now bolievod lo bo by fir tho most com
pick-, useful, ami satisfactory Dictionary or the
langiiago ever published, ns It Is hy far the larg
est single voltitno overissued In any Innguago,
Th.- poiei-fliiii nf any other Riilih liiction
nry, or any previom edition of till.', cannot com
ne'n'atj fjr tho wntil of this very full and com
l lctc one. In Its prcssnt perfected sluln it must
lonrreinnlnlhoRlWT RNUI.ISII DICTIONARY
and once posfessiJ, remain of constant andabld
In one vol. n i, nin jinyoi wuarm rapes.
Published l-y G. A C. MER1UAM,
May 1 1, no 20. Sprlngtleld, Mass.
rr ho Ol 1 C- ii n Mho i
OPE A ACJ AI.V
opened a tsliop di-
in tho rear of the Stove
and Tin shop lu Troy, whero ho is now
prep arid to make and repair in tbo best
manner ttUNB anu risioui
on the shortest notice. Everybody who wants
any thing in my lino Is respeetfaliy Invited to
give me a call, Truaaas made or repaired.
juiyo, ibqo dzb; i. . uiiuna.
R. & G. DIERKER. Prprletrs.
This la a new Hotel with larg and pleaaaat
rooms, with aa soot accommodations at ai any
oity hotel. Tho table Ii supplied with the but
the market afford', ana in oar wun in cnoiccsi
wiaci and liquora that can he found.
aug. ze, no as.
R. H. Ul DSOA, Auctioneer,
POST OFFICE ADDRESS,
Louisville, or troy,
Aug. 24, n 85 4 w.
J. 1TI. MORRISON & CO.
HKAL Laces, French EtlBROIDERIES
KIUDONS, DRESS T1UMMINOS,
Hosiery. Gloves. White Goods,
1 roucn and American uorsets,
Zephyr Wontcdi, if c.
No. Si North
5th" street ST. LOUIS
June 1, IPSO.
(JotMn Ulakintx. Buggy and
THE nndcrslgned nrc now prepared to make
thu shortest notlco
Coffins of all descriptions.
Ruci-tcs and Hooks repaired on lb shortest
noucu, Willi ffijuti niuucr, at uu rraauniiuiu iv-iiu.i
. . i i . i ... i ,. ti...
I'jinling or Vi agona ana Uuggies promptly at
Shop a few rods woit of Mr PocnscloU store
anu opposite ti binioni ruint bhop:
M0I1R Jc C0t
August 3, 1B60-;
A. J. KERSHAW.
nravtTdiitia'cr 'anil Pump
1 . 1 mm .' .m .v fc "i,. fA t
mahub, -z orin 3rd street,
Near Poit OBoe, St LOUIS, Mo
Rra'ss Work of all descriptions (or Brewers and
Distillers .r' Hi , l
llris, wood and Iron Pumps nf all lists prices
Also, iron, woou anu bona pipo
juno i, iHoo nu 7ia
nmtRThPH WEFKR. ProDrlelor.
J ibi s. 1 t '
' fleconil 'Street, St. Charles, Ho;
Tf KRP8 oonstat1y im band all klpdl -of, flour,
IVcorn meal. bran, shorts and sblp stuff.
sfcr-Yh Dlgneil maraei price pairs lort.orn
i ana Wheat. leoso-iy,
d1 afr PGR YEAR I Wawantaoenti
ip 1 ) dUO everywhere to till oar IsirxoviD
20 fiewlug Machines. Tbri lew kinds. Under
and upper feed. Warranted five yean. Abov
salary or large commission paid. Tbe only ma
chine sold in tbo United States for less than $40
which aroulfe ficiJ 6y Iloxet, Whttler d Vrfboa
Orovtr ct- Battr, Sixgtr 6 Ot. and BatUHr.
,t other cheap machines are iariitossients and tbe
setts? or user are liubU to arrnt, Jim af fsrtM
meal. Illustrated circulars un', free. Addreuor
call upon Bhaw Clark, Biddiford, Main, or
UOIOOgO, J.11UIOII. . , '
ftllO A MONTH! Acents wanted for
ii- ralinbl aim articttl. iult Out. Addrlll O,
jQAREY, City buildlog, Btddifeid, Me.
Iron th It Chart aUatlaol.
ei. fiOITAI F 199NB.
Editor sSeni'iW: Thequeitlon in oft
tiked who ia to be tho Consr rati vo can
didate for CongfOHs, in thin dlitrlct For
one, I aniwtr General Otiitaristha man
that ought to be nominated, tad who can
bo elected by aa overwhelming totn.
General Guitar was beaten two yean ago
by the foulest of means, and the p-opie
ought to sco that he ia nominated at Mex
ico, tbo Conservatives ot this coanty profer
him to any other man in the District, be
causo he bus boon a consistent Union man
from tho beginning; because he is as bold
and fonrleis an opponent of Hndiolisni
ouylit to be, and because bn was bcaton by
bayonct.i two years ago. Will the people
icetoit, that friends of Gen. Guitar, or
delegatus to Moxico from this county, aru
sent up 7 ST. CIIAIILES.
AltliouL'h there aro still cares of chol
era in our city, the disease has becomo so
mantigcublo ns to liavo lost its tcrrorrt.
it yields to mill and ntnMo remedies.
showing tliat its power is waning.
llio uistortod reports publibcil at
Springfield, Illinois, nnd ut some ol the
interior towns in this state, about tho ter
riui.. of tho disease nrc as ludi
crous lu us, as they aro mischievous.
There is no muro danger of taking chol
era here thun in lloonville or St. Joseph:
mid merchants in tho interior who desire
to purchase their fall goods, and to trans
uot other busiucss, may emtio to St. Louis
withuut danger. St. l.ouis Dispatch.
An exchange says, "a class of wbis'y
is mantifucturcd from perhaps a dotcn
grains of com, tho value of which is too
small to be estimated. A glass of this
mixture sells for a dime, and if of good
quality, is considered well worth tho
monoy. It fires tho brain, sharpens the
uppctito, dcramrcs and weakens the pliys
ical system. On lho same side board
on which tho deleterious bcrcrago is acr .
veil, lies a newspaper. It is covered with
half a million of type it brings intelli-
The nowspapor costs less than the glasH'
ot croc, tit J juice ol a lew grains of corn
hut it is no less strango thsn true, that
there is a largo number of people who
think corn juice cheap, and newspapers
The largest brick-yard iu tho world is
about to bo established at Chicauo. It
will he eight hundred feet long by four
hundred wide, and will contain machinery
adequate to tho manufacture of two nun
ilrcd thousand brick per day. A canal
two thousand feet long, two hundred wido
nnd twenty deep, is to be dug, connect
ing tho yard with tho south branch of
the river, the earth excavated to be used
in tho manufacture of brick. The work
is to be. commenced immediately, aud the
kiln will bo burning this reason.
The radicals aro foarfnlly worried by
Mr. Henry J. Raymond. He tells them
" Thoro is an absoluto identity of sen
timent and prinoiple between the Balti
more platform of tbe Union party in 18
64, and that adopted nt Philadelphia last
The radicals of cotirso swear vigorous
ly that tbo two platforms are widely dif
ferent, cr at least that they were meant
to be. To which Mr. Kavmond eooly re
sponds. "Gentlemen, I ought to know
what they mean, tor l am the author ot
both of them.
m.- tt !V.l T..Vlt. ..... Ill, t.
Alio aauisiswa)i vesuwiiv iwji ii i.
no trouble at all to see tho family resem
bianco botween the Radicals and old John
Drown their "saint" of a father. They
talk nnd not very mueh like he did, and
it thoy uon t mend their ways, they will
retiro ono of these davs from oolites udou
j ust such a platform as their old father did
' .. . I. - .. s.. .
A younc onsicn of a retrimeut, residinc
in a room which was very small, was vis
ited by. ono of his fashionablo friends,
who. on takinii leave, said. " Woll Char
les, how much longor do you mean to
stop in his nut-sholl?" To whom be
replied, " Until I becomo a kernel."
Detroit, Mich., August 23,
Taylor, lha neirro who committed the
murder near- Lansing list week, was ta
ken from tho jail at Mason last night, by.
a mob, and iiunged to a tree,
Tho oditocof tho Saline countv Pro
cress kicked a radical bully out of his
office, tho other day, for approaching him
with hostile intent. The Progress editor
sorved threo years in the federal nruiy
aud is 'not disposed to' be run over by
that clasSjOf loyalists. u ,
The hOK'roes of San Francisco hav
been tcst'iuc their ..riffht to alt aroonz
wuito, folks at tho theatre, 1 bo Judzi
Uliiu .iiu. n iiiuuiiutvi ..mm w hk" -
forco such regulations as would be roost
conducive to the prosperity of" his busi
The White laborers on some buildings
in .Boston have refused to work with
some negroes who are employed as ms
sons tenders, ana aro at present on
A vouncr ladv snys the reason she ear
ries a narasol is that tbe sun is of mukou,
line gander, end she esnaot withstand 4tli
A cow died in Maiae, and a piece of
hoopskirt was, found in her throat. It is
supposed she swallowed the milkmaid.
I m mm - I
lie who 'sneks a friend exempt from
tl faults, t mains without frirnle.
$5 00 REWARD. Ji
fttrarta t tea ta th ttasi f as,
1164, e li eolonw attar Dae, said bm
whIU oa his breast, spotted legs and aa
swtri to It aatae of DtC'. The shave eivrarl
will be paid to any one returning hla ta Oli
via lUstaosM, at th Stout ia Try, or at this
Ote. Th half if t abov will b paid far
aay lahrsaallon leading ta bis tKOret,;., ,
A. 81, I8 2w.
CITY liOTPjfeiT's; '
ST. 0UAULKS. ' .Ml'Mr.UBI
. CVSTKH. rriarlMnr. "
This bouso has been refllted and f I'tniliol, and
il oenlratly located fur the o-mvenir.'. if Uavelera .
and builnuis men
ln 1 lfO)
The ChrJslUl ItwUtl:, formerly
Lincoln Academy will open on lWel0t4(
of September, under the supervision of
K. V. Kick, Prinoipal. ' ' '
1 . A ss s -
Tlic offices to bo filled In November1, i''
ato a otalo perintendent ot fublio
Schools, a member in each Congressional
District, titate Senators, Hcpreieatativea, ;
County Superintendents of Comase
Schools, County Supervisors of Regia-lJ(
irjtton, ciibiiiio, isso... . tr
Clerks of the Circuit Court, Clerks of
the Coun'.y Court and the County eftiS'
ticcs. .JJcsideathe abova aaraoa. -mere
will ho various township ofioeato till,
such us Justices of the Peace aaetta-
The Iicaislaluro is to .choose a Vt
. . . W"9a
States Scuator. ' 5
- ; . j-
Of the corn crop tho Lbxihgton Ef prcas
ma It . at -1 . al it -
says : 1 lie long spoil oi nry weitner we
have had has destroyed all of oar lata
corj. Hundreds ot acres win not saaca
seed, while the large majority of it will
hardly do it. No amount of rain caa now
save it, and our only dependonoo tor corn
this wintsr will bo on that which Via
planted early, and had the bcnalt of the
rains when it most needed It. In the
Ray county bottoms the erop will net bo
so short as with us, as the toil is better
able to withstand the drouth and their
late corn is not yet past hopo.
t v asS" 3m.m--,
Tbi Palmyra. Spectator says that aals
buildtiH iapMrcmeaTs are now ia irei-
last eigut years logeiner, ar.a aatMswaaa
twelve largo structaras iaiera.:jtsaa)e
btuera are not nsjaea lot want ctr Mava.
In addition, tie Baptists cVaiimpIsia
puttijsj up a church edifice yat .tif
. ,, .r- ,
I rfpeat, ti;,aa forw.JUiion ; I aat a
preserving al the States. Ism foaa;
mlttifg Into 'the councils of tbe Btioall
tbeit jpre;entaMvw1io are Mnutajp
bly ad uijajaaskioashlyi loyal. A saaa
who acknowledges allegiance to the Gov-
crnaaent, and who swinrs to sipport t
Conatittitton, must neoesssriljy be'lbyaj.
A nab can not take, that oath in gaPl
faitVnleai he is loy al.ANBBCw JvaK'
That in this national emergenoy !
banish all feelings of mere passion or e
sentjaent, and will recollect' only Vutyfta
the WHOLE country , ,tha'. this war! ia
not waged on our part n. itny. eatrtvot
opposition,1 nor for the pmWs ot om
throwing or interfrin;r with th legits
or established institutions of the States:
but to defoml theSUPREJTACY of 'the
THE UNION with all 'the PluJlITT,
EQUALITY and Rl IIIT8 f the sever '
al States UNIMPAIRED ; and aaeooa
as, theso objects are accomplishtd,.,tha
wsr ought! to"cealk--pteiclatlc(ip;:
ted by a Republican Concrejs, July 22,
With malice toward NONE, with cWri
ity to ALL, with firmness in the right
as pod gives us toseo tho right, Wt M
strive oii to finish the Work IwWalnVao
bind up the Nation s wounds, to eare for
. . . a a. a sa . a I " . . a "
httn who shall, have i
for liis widows and i
may achieve a' just
among ourselves and with all nfQua,
AdRAHAM ,lilMQLN.. i ; I I
I N- V "S ,t ' - II .
I hold that this Govsrnaent was made
on tho WHITE bail, by WHITE men,
for tbo benefit ef WHITE ea and their
posterity forever, and shoaldwaaelaiinis
le'red Vj HITB lal' NOXlt
OTHERS.) . I do notibeHeva that the Al.
mighty made the negra eapaUe of aelf
If the infernal "fVnTucs sad au'lMtsi
ibU evertgek tLa power inta'.itab 'Uaaa,
they will override the Ooigsatoijeaet
the Supresoa Coart a, alMw-ehaage
and make' laws' to, suit tke'ssaelvee, lay
violent hands oa those who diler with
them ia opinion, or dare atssaiiesit their
Inability, aed laally baahrafl Aaeoaisr.
try and delage it with Most-DsiJft
Dome ub battle, ana
orphahW to all whicft