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W..II CUtk W. CotIT.
Oounty Court ustlccs.,.
1)epatj Sheriffs '
Bohool Commissioners... .
8. T. iHOiitf.
A. K Wimok.
0. W. Mautik.
8. B. Jioxitr,
......... V 0. Case.
( M. D. L. V annua,
...J. K. CiKKON.
...K. 0. SiTtoir.
....J. 0- Dowxiiiq.
WllirtWS WeW HIIUIBS' isseii. p j VIRTUE and authority of special em.
We hate made frequent mention of Resolutions of respect to the memory or x eution issued from the office of the clerk of
!. k. rut J.- .1. .. uen. iema oiewan, iiu i, mo um- h, circuit court, oi mn.oin
thie "bolldiog as ite structure in pro- the tfanhn of Chrii,( ltJrn.bl(1 t0 lh(1 September term of m of ..id
gresstog. it is now ias. mpprou.U5 held at Troy, Mo
oompletion, ana nr. wunrow expect w
ocoopy it in aboat two weeki.
From the street, tbe building, in oon-
junotlon with Out of Dr. Hutt & BouA
land,.tresents'tM belt appoarance or any
in our 'brother tho true gentleman, tbe
rntlRTS IN LINCOLN COUNTY.
-ri..m,iT Cock Third Mondays In March and
SnnicTT Cobit Second Mondays In February
u. An.mt and Norembor.
fesoaiTB Const 8econd Monday! in January,
'April, uly and October,
DtrAITCBICS or mails.
arWentsvlllo, dally (exoept Sunday) at t.OOr.M
Lost Branch, Monday I.oua.h
'Auburn, Tuei., Thurs., Sat...i 8.00
-Ashley, Wednesday and Baturday...8.00
Ulgh Hill and Truxton, Friday, 7.00
f .n.nu.Orlj. Saturday -39
Tbe malla close at o'olook on tho evening
tevlaus to their departures.
From We,ltivilledaliy(xcept Sunday) 5.00 r.
-Lost Branch, Mondays -00
Auburn, 'i'uos., Thurt. and Sat 4.00
Ashley, Tuesday and Friday .00
High 1II1I and Truxton, Saturday.. .9.00
Cap-au-Qris, Saturday .-
B. CRUMP. V. M
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
TIT VIRfUE and authority of a grtieral exo
1 J cutlon Issued from Oie office of M clerk cf
the circuit court of Lincoln county, Missouri, re
turnable to the 8eplernber torm. 1871, of laid
i.t.,1 n m. directed In f.V0r of Wllttloth
Harris and against David Foreman, I have levied
business house in town, being t uniform
block of about GO feet with glass fronts
the ground ttorios. Theft of Dri.
Hutt & Boorland is not so nesrly com
pleted, and we will defer a description of
it for the present.
Mr. Withrow's building is 25 feet
front by 60 baok ; "ihoWioen room is
25x40 feet and divided from the work
men's room, which is 20x2a feet, by a
glass psrtition. At tho south side of the
business room is a Jiugh glass show case,
extending from the floor to tbe ceiling,
12 feet in height, and the entire length
of the room, for the display oi saddles,
harness, etc There being no partition
in the lower story excopt the p.lass ono
- ..j r..v. rv... .rwl Aff.ln.t Willi. tn lira.
, rfAerwi, in the tnscruiaoie proTtaence den, I bare levied upon -and selied all the right, upon na siici .P P " "V 'r.T'
'of our Heavenly Father, our belotnd title, and interest oi the .aid Brad.n of, In and n. the following toittlhrinlM.rotx
,01 our """'jj uu , t0 the following dcorlbcd real e.late, sltunte in The undivided on half of tho east half of the
brother, David Stewart, has been SU tn the aiate of MI.oori, toertti southeast quarter of section No. 4, e..titntnlng
denly called away from-his earthly tolls AH lend lying T on the north side of Culvro river eighty acres (80), and eighty acres wejt half of
1 and labors In the northwest quarter'of section T township 60 sou thea.'. quarter of section No. four, and I forly
I V I J Tl.. V...- nlJ I range 1 west, containing 60 acres also the north-1 acres srtuthweit quorter of southwest qnarier of
liaolved, That WO have evtr recognixed " 'l( lh(1,otirhwe,t quarter of section section number three, all In township 40 ragne 1
earnest, largo hearted, benevolent and
faithful christian, whose example will
long be remembered, and his death will
long be deplored.
That, while we bow io humility to tbe
will of the Lord, we cannot withhold our
expressions of sorrow at the great loss
wo have sustained.
That we tender our hearty condolence
to his family, and to the church ot Christ
at Louisville, of which ho was long a use
ful member; and trust that his virtues
and labors of love will be cherished in
their hearts, and imitated in their lives.
T. FUKU, Uh'm ot uom.
Goodrich of Wontzville end Dr.
Birkhead of this place, deutists, have
formed a co-partnership. Soo card in
nu.rirr of the southwest anarier
35 township 48 range t west, containing 40 acres,
and i win, on
two (2), frur (4) and seven (7), being a part of the.
T . it,. 10H. .nrSntamhar.lH71. subdivision oi mo
. n ----- -j --. . ' A
west, and also lots numbers Ave (6), eleven'(It),
real estate of Jicob Presley,'
i.nfl.aa made bv thecomtnlssioner apnoinieu
o? alt 6 .t "by lrcolt court of L,ncoLn 00.nntJ'; M'"n,,J,'
Of irOV. 11 0 I ... tnllfch MnApdavi rifflnst
litlrX; for Lincoln count,, M...ou,. , book No P
between the hours of nine o'clock
and Are o'clock in tbe afternoon '
ih. ,-nnrt houso dubr In the town
coin countr, in the stale of Missouri
tin vendue, for cash, to the hlihest bl
right, title, interest, claim, estate and propcitr
of the abovo named linden, or, in ana iu mo
above described pioperty to satisfy said exrention
j VtiVTii-nirK wr Nil. sti.fitr.
lid (.UB.s. "tr. W n.i 1 r..tf
Troy, August 2, 1871 iwginnai the northeast nmrter of the northeast quarter of
SHERD'S SALE. J" No' ' t0"DMp 49 r8ng 1 """ 1
In Partition. Tueadav.the 19th day of Sor.tember,l871,
Wm. Moore, assignee of Cvnthla A. Hicks, for between tho hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon;
tner t Cvnthla A. Trail, and James Kicks her add Ave o'clock in me aiiernoon oi ,0.1 aT,
husband, and Wm. F. Trail, guardian of John the court house door In the town of Troy, Lin
O. Trail, Ttomas 1 ran, marina a ran, minors. 1 coin couuij, """"i', ,,r 1 t, tin
iccascd, casn, 11 ine niguv.i uiu,.c, 1
east fractional quarter of tho southwest quarter
of sectlbn No. , and the east half'ftf the north
east quarter of section No. tt, all In township 4
range 1 westj also forty acres, Ihe north half of
r " .L!
just mentioned, it was necessary to creot
irou columns fjr tho support ot tno t
seoond floor, which servo as an ornament ST.
as well. As Dcioro mentioned iu iruu.
MONDAY EVENINtl, Aug. 28
. , , j 1 j 1 WHEAT Was stronger on intpecuom, o
Is of class, and handsomely arranged. . - , ,,rnd" sami.le lots Vera more
A large portico or porch will extend from easily made, but as there was 5""" " dor, to wit
. , ... . , lUvoretlltfo market ruled quiet. White Taney ,....
the building to tho ourbmg, with a bal- $,'45, choCe $i 40, strictly prime $1 2ii 35.
Red-fancy $1 40, choice 1 35, strictly prim. 7..
Entering a hall between tlio two build
ings, but which present the appearance
Parker Seminar?. The fourth an
uual term of 'this Institution will com
mence on Monday, Seplembor 11th, 1871
Miss Mary Provines will aain be at the
head of tho school with a competent
Christian Institdte. At a meeting
-of the board of directors of Christian
institute, it was determined to open the
school on fee third Monday in Septcm
tier,. and a full corps of teaohors will io
the meantime be' secured. ' It is their
"intention to place the school in charge
of a suporior faoulty, nd are satisfied
'that the institution nearer success than
ever before. The faouliy will be named
in due time.
Truxton Male and Female Acad
emy. The second annual session of this
echool will commence on the 4th prox.,
and we notico by tbe published circular
of the Prosident, Rev. T. T. Johnson,
that the most liberal terms are offered.
'The criccs of tuition per ees.Mpn ol
'twenty weeks aro : Preparatory depart
mum, CO, ucuduu'lu, 012.60; oollogiatc
:$15, whilo board can bo obtained for S3
a week. Dr. P. G. Nichols and Prof
W. Cunningham, who aro both cxperi
'enced and efficient teachers, have been
Mr. Andrew Downing, an old and
highly respected citizen of Hurricane
township, about 71 years of age, took
no axe on his shoulder last Monday af
ternoon and went into the woods to cut
hoop pole. ' Not returning, towards
evonin2 his family became very much
alarmed, acd with a number of neigh
bors started in search ot him, but oould
find no trace of his whereabouts. Tues
day .morning about one hundred and fifty
or two hundred gentlemen were scouring
tho woods in all directions. Maj. Sitton
on his way to Troy that morning, mot
him in company with Mr. Seymour and
a lot of those who were hunting him, on
-their way to his home. His sons and
friends were almost distraoted, and when
'told that he was found their firut inquiry
was, "Is he alive 1" Being assured of
this faet thcr joy knew no bounds. He
flame to Mr. Seymour's, some ten or
twelve miles from his home, late Monday
'evening. How he happened to get so far
away, whether owing.to any derangement
of his mind, we did not learn.
We have received a short communica
tion from Mr. Franois M. Colo, stating
'what the package to whiob his published
letter last week hsd reference was not
counterfeit money, aa was intimated ; that
te has never dealt with, and never ex-
fieots to deal in anything of the kind,
fie aaya the package contains, in his
belief, a lottery prite, as be sent money
o a New York lottery some time since,
lie alio points out an error made in
(rioting his letter, whioh ohanges matt
lially iu meaning. As printed it reads :
"Of course it is a swindle. The ones
that sent it will be the last to say any-
tbiig about it."
It should have read :
Of oourst if it is a swindle, the one
that seat it will be tfa las ones to say
anything about it.
Mr. Cole appears very ejuoh hurl over
the natter and we gladly make these eer
Tactions. We will say tw bin, however,
to stesr dear of these far-away lotteries
and all suoh, for generally they tura oat
to be swindles.
Messrs. Kanidell & Wtlfctow have i'm
aolved partnership. See notice) it a)n-
Dtaer oolumn. Mr. Ransdell will oon
tiaue the boot and hoe business, and
Will 100a ops est wit txaU etook
ta tait laae.
St 32. prime $1 17(a) 1 20,
CORN In light receipt
63c. St. Charles 63e.
OATS Were In better demand for bulk and a
of only one, wo upended a stairway into shade higher, choice, e tner "
ui .... ... n nn "ere Arm, and black oats wero In demand for
a room the full mo of the houso ZOXbU rteit Whlte 37C wi,te mixed 38Kc In burlaps
tioro thn 39c 1 while fancy 43QJ44-.
nncrs szoiaao 10 outajo , iuuci nuuiu mm-
.. t . t t : : 1 1 v. . 1 ml
and lime, in me ceiling win uo.inu ,h . ,,. ...
ill- 1A 1 I lid r.xira stoor., ay. " "
fancy circles, where the chandeliers are ttt $5. Krt to tirlme tteers, av. lioo'to 1200 lbs. f-c
heirs of Briar Ann Elisabeth Trail, deceased,
ex parte partition.
rY VIRTUE and authority of an order of
L) sate issued from the office of tho olerk of the
circuit court of Ur coin county, Missouri, la tho
above entitled oaete, datod Juno l7tb, lo7l, and
to me directed, I will, on
Tuesday, the 10th day of Septemb'r, 1871,
between tho hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon
and livo o'clock In tho aflornoon of that day, at
the cotrt houso door In the town of Troy, Lin
coln county, Missouri, sell the following described
roal estate, at public vendue, to tho hlgncst om
ul souincasi quarter souincasi qunnvr
and northeast quartor northeast quarter
, and also southwest quarter southwest
quarter section 6, all tn township 49 rango 1 west,
' . . 1 r , I I . .. . T .
. ana upon me imiuwiug ivriuB, m.. -.
ana koih thirds cash on day of sale remnlnder In three
mnniiiH. min uuuu ruu .vmui.unvuii.ji am.u
doferred imvment to bear interest at the rate of
'ten per cent, per annum until paid,
1 nn T Tl t 1 1 T! 1 T , 1.' .If,
iir..(. nl.lm. eate and cropertv of the above
named David Foremen, of, in and to the above
described property to ratify said execution and
costs. FREDERICK WING, Bherlff.
August 4, 1871 aug10n32.
BY f IftlftJ and aaihority of a speetal tr
cutlan IstBed from the oBee of the elerk til
the circuit court of Lincoln eottnty, MIssoafK
returnable to-the Be(,trabr (eras, 1871, ef salB
court and to 'me delivered, Id favor tf Motet
Bond and against Etdrtdgt U. PUton, adsaiait
tratorof Ell, ha W. East and Elsie East, I have
leviidupon and seised as the property of said
Kllsha W. E.ist and Elsie East, the following
decribed real estate, situate In Llaools) eouaty,
Mlts.usl, to wltt ne oortheasfqamter, soett
eatt quarter section 9 township 49 rang S wait,
and I will, on .
Tliur.daj,, ihe 24.it day of Sf pre n'r 1871,
between the "hours -of nine o'clock la the fore
noon ajj Ave o'clock 'In the aflarnoon of that
day, at the court trouse Joor Io the town of Trey,
Lincoln county, Missouri, at public vendee
to the highest bidder for cash all the right, title,
IbteYeit,-claim, estate and property sf Ihe said
Kll.ha W. East and Elile Eats, or, In and (o thf
above described real estate, to satisfy raid execu
tion and costs.
aug31n FREDERICK WINO, Sheriff.
with a ceiling 13 feet high.
Dlast'orcrs are at work putting on tho last $7 7J, common leaf $78, medium and gc
. 'r i..,. f p..:. to$ll,colory and bright fillers 122:l,
coat, a white finish of plaster of fans $25(335 to $5075 j fancy would
FREDERICK WINO, Sheriff.
John K. Young and William M. Young, plffs.,
eph Young and William B. Young, def 'ts.
Y VIRTUE and authority of an order of sale
t. I f - . L. ..n:nA ,,r tka Ala.lr tl thn'
at oa j sioc ' - oircuit court of Lincoln county, Miuourl, In tne
$3 253 50,
to hang. This room Mr. mthrow is
fitting up for a town hall, a very 'neces
sary institution for our growing place,
and one that wifi bo appreciated by our
citizens. Wo understand that as soon as
it is oomplcted, tho gentlemanly propri
etors of the Laclede Hotel, Messrs.
Thornhill & Busnell, will give a grand
ball in honor of the occasion. Those
who "triD the liuht fantastio toe" will
find nlentv of room in this hal to show given. Gas forth. PAINLESS extraction 01 ye..r Trom th.day 01 sale, wun mieresi mm ...u
Una plenty 01 TOOm in mm uau so euuw administered at all times by Dr. Birkhead. day of sale at the rate of ten per cent, per an-
their grace antt aispiay tne latest bijibb August 31, 1871. vonzoji
of fashion. But we will not anticipate. ni..nlntin TVntirn.
Descending from tbe hall we accompa- nH co.prtnchp heretofore existing be-
uied Nr. Withrow to not pernaps tne
Ihnrltr of a aneclal exe
Jj cutlon Issued from the office of tho dork of
tho circuit court of Lincoln county, Mlssouri,'te
turnable to the September term, 1871, of eald
court, and to mo directed, In favor of John H.
Knox, surrlrlng partner of the firm of Marti A
Knox, and against John N. Mudd, I have levied
upon and seised as tbe property of laid John N.
Mud t, the following described real estate, situate
In Lincoln ronnt. Missouri fb wit ; Lot No. 31
in the original plat of Millwood (In said county
as per plat of same, auiy 01 recoru in unnram
er's office of said county,) aud I will, on
Friday, tbe 2&d day of September, 1871
Uiun lh hours of nlneo'clock In the forenoon
aud five o'clock in the afternoon of that fay,-at
th. court house door In the town of Troy, Lin
coln county, Missouri, sell, at publie vendue to
th. highest bidder, lor casn, an me ngni, uuc,
Interest, claim, estate and property of tho above
named John N. Mudd, of, in and to the above
described real estate to satltfv said execution and
costs. FREDERICK WING, Sheriff.
BY VIRTUE of an orderof the Probate Court
of Lincoln county, Missouri, and In pursu
ance of Aid order, tl undeiltzned, administra
tor tif Mathtat Trail, duo. ate I, will tell'ihe fol
lowing described real estate, situate In Llnooln
county, Missouri, to wit t The southeast qua tar
of Ihe southwest quarter of section one in iown
ship forty-nine, range two wet',
On Wednesday, September 20, 1871.
at the court houieloor in the town of Troy,
Lincoln oounty, Missouri, during the tilting of
the circuit court of said county.
TERMS A credllof three months with 10 per
cent, interott from day of tale, the purchaser giv
ing 1bondwith approved security.
augljota u.'is Diiiunnai
between th. hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon
and fire o'clock In the atTernoon of that day, at
J. C. GOODRICH. W. W. BIRKHEAD tho court house door In the town of Troy, In Lln-
rniinnirll X- ItlltKHRAn. coin county, Missouri, sell tho following described
CmOUII Klt'lt HIltnniiAir, real estate at publio venduotothe highest bidder.
IEITISTS3 .towlt: The north'west quarter, section 28, town-
r nikisinlini 'Ml' TnR 2 wo'tl eontalnlng 160 acres of
TROW, ITllSSOIJIil. lana in Lincoln county and In the stato of Mls-
nTniriirtin m h In the orace all the annrl. and nnon the To lowing term, to wu: uno
WHITEWASHES AND WHITENS CEIL
'INGS, PAPERS ROOMS TO ORDER,
abovo entitled cause, dated July the 19th, A. I., wwtsnikota BUILDS FLUES and CHIMNEYS, REPAIRS
1871, 1 will on AUVUnilOEj JAMS and BCKS, WALLS and CEMENTS
Wo Jncsilay, the 20th day of Sept'r, 1871, YOUR BUSINESS IN THE HERALD AND wells, and BUILDS FENCES plank or
la rvaiia, a-i. rial Inf.
Reference Dr. W. 8. Hott
JjckboX, Troy, Mc.
Subscribe for the HEIt ALU.
and Mr. Wx. A.
TUOS. T. JANUARY.
na lip ijiiiiiiiiiuii win oniT ue ur nnii 01 no nur umc iuuiibj .w v, .m ,... ,
from time 10 tlmo. duo notice of which will be tho day of sale, and the ba anco thereoi in one
X. tween the undersigned in the lioot ana snoe
1 ! 1 .. ...... mA mnA .iBlanf Unn.dell X
best looking, but at least one Ol the most withrow, is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
Mr. ithrow retiring, rne business wm noro
num. vlltSUBtlliin, ninu,cnena.
Augusts, 1871 augl7n33
important departments of tbe building-
tho cellar. It is necesstry that every
substantial building should rest upon a
uro foundation. Hero tho visitor may
f n iilr.i of its massivoness by tho
thickness of the wall as seen through the
ground windows that light this apartment
after be conducted by and in the name of Chnrlet
C. Rnnsdell All persons indebted to the late
firm will please call and settle.
CHARLES C. RANSDELL,
HENRY L. WITHROW.
August 25, 1871.
par I will open out with a ran stoea ui i.
and Shoes of every style and variety, as soon as
Mr. Thomas Witbrow moves Into his new build-
Montgomery Glger and Jamet Leach, ex parte
VIRTUE and authority of an order of I
TsY VIRTUE and authority
1 1 gale issued from the office of tho clerk of tbe
AR Y & B I S E B,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS AND IMPORTERS
California Wines and Brandies.
Rectifiers of Whiskies, Manufacturers of Domestic Liquors
3O6 "Walnut street, St. Lotlis, M!p.
circuit court of Lincoln county, Missouri, n the I
abovo entitled cause, dated tho 22d day of June, I
1871. 1 will, on
Yodncsday, the 20th day of Sept'r, 1871,
between the hours of nlno o'clock in tho forenoon
una nT wviwtH tu .v.. 4..anon of that day, at
tbo court house door in tlio town ot Troy, Lincoln 1
county, Missouri, sell tbo following described
Tl, ll.. it.olf ia n nnrfnt mnilol 'ng. and I get possoslon or tho first-story rooms ,eal estate, at publlo rendue, to tho highest bid.
The cellar room ttsell is a period mouei ofa J, der for cash( t0'wt. Lot 8 in block 5 on south-
of neatness, and as dry as any other part
of the building, having a floor and walls
of the hardest content, through which
there is no dunger of tho water ever
making its woy. About thirty five bar
rels of cement were used in this cellar. I
Wo may safely ssy, that at this time
Mr. Withrow has the best and largest
busioess houso in town, but fb hope to
see more like it erected before we pass
from tbo field of action.
CHARLES C. RANSDELL.
To the Stockholders in the
SI. l,ouis and Keokuk JEK.lt.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a call
of Fifty-eight per cent, has been made upon
all subscriptions to tho Capital Stock of the St.
Louis and Keokuk Railroad Company, except
tnoso ol the counties of Ralls, Pike aud Lincoln ;
and you are rcquirod to pay said 58 per cent, of
your subscriptions to said Capital Stock, together
Itu all calls ncreiorore maue on yuu, tuu uui
east corner of Hnllfax and Seoond street i lot 7
block 7. bounded cast by Front street, west by
Second street, north by Mill street and south by
I Washington street 1 lots Nos. 2 and 4 in block 8,
said blook being boundod noith by Washington I
street, south by Market street, east by Front I
street and treat by Second street ; lot b in block
10, situato on tbe northeast corner of Market and I
I Third streets ; lot a in block 17, situate on tbo
northeast corner of Fourth and Mill streots, alsol
lots Nos. 2, 6, 6 and 8 In block No. 18, said block
bclna- bounded north by Washington streot, south
by Market streot, east by Th rd etreot and west I
by Fourth street, all lying and being in tbo town
aug!7n23 FREDERICK WING, Sheriff.
. SOLE PR0PBIET0RS OF SENOUB'S CALISAY1 BITTERS.
JOHN P. LYN0TT,
HARDWARE, ST 6VES
yet paid, to Eugene N. BonfllH, Treasurer oT this
Company, at his office In Troy, Lincolp county,
Missouri, on or before'! he'first day of SenTumber,
iiTi a. hiii'.i.don.
nnmW of niir colored citizens, from the Scnretarv of th St. Louis and Keokuk Railroad returnable to the October term, 1S71, of said
' - ,! . mA rilrnnt,, In favnrftf William
August 24. 1871 2w
Sunday School Celebration by the
Colored Folks. Last Saturday a largo
T") Y VIRTUE and authority of a special cxecu-
XJ tlon. Issued from the office of the clerk of the
circuit court of Montgomruiery cou.ty, Jllssouri,
Patent Meat Btail'ri
Large lion Pots
country and town, congregated at their
church in this place, formed themselves (
oto a procession, and behind tne Bone-
n n . ..... . I
mian urass nana maroneu turougn our
town to a grovo abont halt a mile or
more distant, whore they enjoyed them-1
selves the balanco of tho day. There
were about 350 in the procession, men,
women and children. Tbe procession
was orderly, and with them the day
passed off quietly. The colored popula
tion of this place are, in a general way,
a very well behaved class. I
The County Court certified that Dr. D.
. Waddy had never received a cent for
bia services as county commissioner.
The Clarksvilre Sentinel thinks he ought
to afford it, since he has a Urge tract of
coal laud near Troy that is a sufficient
stimulus for tho Doctor. Perhaps tho
Sentinel is not aware that Dr. Waddy
long sinco disposed of his ooal land.
Trot Literary Society. Tho fol-
B U F F A L O
TROY. LINCOLN COUNTY, M0.
BROTHER FARMERS, LOOK TO
Remember bow your older neighbors are
lamenting because they did not act
out a Large Orchard years ago.
1 wttsfi.ES BBtas tssxssasses
that it is not tit to farm, ana you can r, sei " Winvu wrwn Hh.,ir
ana cu.iv. .
lowing question will he debated Tuesday
evening, Sept. Cth, at the court house :
"Retolved. That capital punisbmentshould an
. .... ... . iw .. nr lion
be abolishea. Amrmativo-ueorge vr .. : nn ,, to ... ndTantare
Colbert, W. T. Baker and Jos ish Creech. On .acre In trees set 30 reel apart, wmcn is rar
w 1 I "' t. m l.u iH Iroi. Now thai one aeie.
Negative T. R. Coroick, I. A. BrOWO when in bearing (which will be but a few years)
..j pu.-u. f.rtn wl be worth more man o acres 01 so. .am. mu
and Charles MarttO. r land cultlrated In wheat and eorn.
JOSIAH CREECH, Pros t. The easiest way to take care of an orchard
Bn Vwr,a after your trees get a start, and the best way to
. . KLLI8, POO y. Wlke jt jMi ig, oropl 0f Eitra Fruit, is to
aA 1, In n.t. In th. inrinr and hosr them down.
Mr. J. Geisinger,. agent of the Ns- ,A ewp of oaU fed in this way to good hogs pays Cottle, and against Job
Oroshong and and against John G. Stubbs, I have
levied upon and soiled as the property of said
John O. Stubbs the following described real estate
to wit 1 Lot No. (22) twenty two in the town of
Truxton, in Llnooln county, state of Missouri, I
and I will, on
Thursday, tho 21st day of Septm'r, 1871,
between the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon
and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at I
the court house door in the town or Troy, Lln
ooln county, Missouri, sell at publlo vendue, for
cash, to the highest bidder, all the right, title,
interest, claim, estate and property of the above
named Stubbs, ct. in and to the above described
real estate, to satisfy said execution ana costs.
augl7n33 FREDERKK WINO, Sheriff.
S IY VIRTUE and authority of a special ex.cu-
XJ tlon issued from the office ot the clerk ol tho I
nlrcutc court or Lincoln county. Missouri, re
turnable to the September tern, 18T I , of said I
eourt. and to me directed. In favor of William
Wilson and against James U. Cocke, I hare
levied upon and solsed as the property of said I
Cocke, the following aesoriooa real estate, suuaio
In Llnooln county, Missouri, to wit 1 The north
wo.t Yiu.rler northwest 'smarter, and tiro north
east Quarter northwest nnarter, and southwest I
nnarter northwest, and north w.st quarter south
west, all In section 24, towbihlpforty-nlne, range)
1 east, and I will, on
Thursday, tho 21st dsy of Sept'r, 1871,1
Wveen the hours of nine o'clock tn the fore
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noon and nve o eiooa in toe tiieruoun ui iuti
day, at 'the eourt house door in the town of Troy, 4
Lincoln County, Missouri, sell at pabllo vendue,
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TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WARES,
And Everything that may be classed under the name of Hardtoar
STORE ON MAIN STREET, TROY. IflO.
SUCCESS THE BEST CRITERION 1"
Life Association of America
HOIVlEl OFFICE) T. LOUIS, TMEo.
JAME8 H. BRITTON, Prtatdtfnt.
H. w. HOUGH, Vice President.
JOHN W.PllITCUABD, Treasurer.
Yf. 1IANLEY, Secretary.
Report of President for 1870 :
No. ot Policies Dec. 31, I860
rv VIRTUE and authority of a special exe-
JJ cutlon, issu.d from the office of the clerk of
the circuit eourt of Llnooln county, Missouri, re
turnable to the September term, 1871, of said
eourt, and to the sheriff of Lincoln county directed,
in favor of Frederick Wing, attorney for Alvora
Cottle, and aitalnst John Kiaman, l nave levied
of itself. upou and seised as tne property oi saw ckiaman
Mt stoeit or Trees is larger ana nner tne toiiowing n.scnoea r..i , ..
tkan i usual. Lincoln oounty, Missouri, to wltt Lot No. 80,
r i i r mA A nM J.n.t. Pr.lrla llmta tract, tn survey No. 3.035, town-
JasaesD. McCabe'a History of tbe Wat tiD.,, ship 48, range 2 east, containing 40 M00 aires, I
1 have a nne lot oi usage auu ouin uwi ana win, uu
Maple, with a Thursday, tbe 21st dsy of Sept r, 1871,
Cftaaral VarlelV Af NnrserV Slacks k.t..n th. hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon
Tki.. -l.hln. to l.nt Strawberries should and five o'clock In the afternoon of said day, at
" Dee. 31, 1870
Increase lit ihe year 11 - -
Am't ol Itmtrnnce in lorce Dec. 31. 1869
Ain't ol Insurance in 1'orce Dec. 31, 1870
tional PubUshing Company of St. Louis,
is io town isolioitlwg subscriptions to Mr.
in Europe. We published notice ef
this work a fe weeks since, which our
readers doubtless remember. Mr. Mo
Cab, tho author, ia one of the most pop
ular writers ot the day.
Work on tbe new "Planter House"
progresses slowly. 'The walls a of the
baaement arc up, and brick-laying wiR
aoametotd ia a Av daya,
..; I I, .t ,h. r.t .oofl ...son If th.T wish a the court house door in in. rown oi sroy, uiucoin
full crop n.xt y.ar.
county, Missouri, sell at pabllo rendue for cash
to tne nignest oiuoer, an in. rigu, , uiv..
r.t" ct KUman, e M and to the abovs des.r, ed prop-
Ain't paid Losse hy Death during 1870
Hon WM. BARNES, Consulting Counsel, for many years Insurance CommlMloneror.tUw
York. say. that the amounl of Insuranoe accumulated by the Association In only I years and a
month! li V,05a,HO OO, while oVer0 of Ibe largest Companies dol.g business in the Cat.
ted States have taken from 1 1 to,20 years to reach this amount.
The Association oBers all me approver niao. ui u.uiuv " -
Call and examine my stock.
.I. tn .atlifv said axeautlon and costs.
augl7n8 FREDERICK WINO, Sheriff.
A sjeod farm for sale within 4 miles of Troy.
Apply te X. J. WEBB, Ag.at, Troy, No.
company can Insure you l while it keeps In your midst the money wnion TOIias vour KaifroM.
wort, your Coal Mines, builds mills and Improves your Ifarms. Then why stad e twsriek
other Btates while you can-do as well and bolter, and ke.p yottr mon.y at horn t Look to yo.r
f the Life Assootalion oi Amenoa ooior. jo u.. ...
interest and enquire
Dr. JA8, L eRANi', BrCCUl IfMl.
aisao Faf the Iratch iMrd f Llicali, Warrca St. rterki CtwaUM