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The tillle Ckxpt Ore Jftmrtt tkt Utnrtt"
SKIPI'ISG THE UAlii) i'OA'TS.
Boys, I want lo as If you liow you
think a conquerer woald mato out, who
vent through a country he wn trying to
tubdue, nod wbonerer liit found fort
hard to take, left it alone. Don't you
tjiink the eneuy vrould buzz wild there,
lido beet into a hire, and when be was
well into the heart of the country, don't
you fancy they would swarm out and
hirrais him terribly ?
Juat to, I want you to remember, nil!
it be with you, if you skip over the hard
place io your lessons, and leave them
nnUarntd ; you will left an enemy in
the rear that will not fail to hnrrass you,
and mortify you time without number.
"There was just a littlo bit of my
Latin I hadn't read," (aid a tcicJ stu
dent to me, "and it waa just there the
profeiaor had to call upon me at exami
nation. There were juat two or three
examples I bad pasted orar, and one
of those I was asked to do on the black
The atudent who is not (borough if
Merer well at hf ease ; he cannot forget
the skipped problem ; and the con
sciousness of bis deficiencies tnakts him
herroue and anxious.
Nerer laugh at the slow, plodding stu
dent; tbe time will surely come when
ibo laugh will be lumrd. It takes time
to be thorough, but it more than pays.
Resolve, when you lako up a new atudy,
that you will go through it like a suc
cessful conquerer, taking every strong
If the inaccurate scholar's difficulties
closed with hit school life, it might not
be ao great a matter for his future career.
But he has chained to himiclf a habit
that will bo like an iron ball at his beel
all the rest of his life. Whatever he
does will be lacking somewhere He
has learned to shirk what is hard, and
tbe habit will grow with years. Now
nothing, we get in this life is to he had
for nothing. Success is not thrust upon
a man. If you want any pood, fyou
must work for it. Tho eye that never
falter, and the nerve that never quails,
are the element of victory in the mental
nnd moral, as well as the physical world.
Don't skip tho hard points.
A writer in the Child's World tells of
an incident that wc believe will please
our boya and girls. "I wag passing
through a plojsant, hhady street," nays
he, "where some boya were playing at
base ball. Among their number was a
little lame fellow, seemingly about twelve
years old a pair, sickly looking child
supported on two crutches, and who
evidently found much difficulty in walk
ing, even with such assistance.
"The lame boy wished to join the
game, for he did not seem to see how
much his infirmity would be in bis own
way, and how much it would hinder the
progress of such an active sport at base
"His companions very good naturedly
tried to persuade him to stand one aide
and let another take his place ; and I
was glad to notice that nono of them
hinted that he would be in tho way, but
they all objected for fear ha would hurt
"'Why Jimmy,' said one at laat, 'you
.' ..... .... i
. iuif, juu iuun
" 'Oh, hush I' said another, tho tallest
boy in the party. 'Never mind : I'll
run for him, and you can count it for
him ;' and he look his place by Jimmy's
aide, prepared to act. 'If you were like
him,' ho aaid to tho other boy, 'you
wouldn't want to bo told of it all tbe
That boy waa a truo little gentleman.
MRS, MARY SEDLAGEK'S
iTIillincry Kn t a bl i li mcii I
NOTION & GROCERY STORE,
For cheap groceries and provisions,
ana everything in the grocery
line, such as
Pick lei Oysters Meal
(lo to Mri. Sedl-cek'c
W Persona Indebted to mo are earnestly ro
ejuested tn call und aettlo lint year', account!.
ITIi'H. JTI. Si: 1)1, ACE K.
Fch'y I, lB7g.
PROF. J. Illl.r.llll.
Traclirr or Urrm.ni rut French.
THA.NKIXO tho clllrens of Troy and vicinity
fur thiir patronage during the past year, I
would roprctlully inlurm t he in that my classes
for 1872 mid 1873 will begin a follows:
Flrit Term October 1Mb, IR72.
Second Term February 1Mb, 1873.
Tuition $10 per terra, payable In advance.
Tboie desiring to becomo pupila uro requested
to notify meat leaat two weeka beforo the be
ginning of the term.
Ladles will be Instructed at their resjiectlvo
rcsldeoot If they io desire.
For further Information apply at the court
souse of IMLl.tK,
Aug. If, 1673. " rrof.ofciraiiMd,ric.
j TO TEACH CRN.
I LSI 0T,CE hereby sWen that tbe undersigned,
I 11 Superintendent of public s-hoola of Lincoln
rounly, Mo., will, In acc.rlanco with the school
I taw n f Ik. Ci.i. L.tj ..L,t. . . . t . I ! -
' leacheri, on tho lit Saturday of every month, at
lhf mnH hnnta In T . ..,1 . V, n . .1 . a .,al
Tencheri will please beer Ihli Id mind.
W. f. PENNINGTON. Sop't l'ublle School,
jnlio24 Lincoln ennty, Mo.
13 ;y Telegraph.
T WOULD rripectfullr announce in tbe cltl
.L teni of Lin:o!n county that I have seeur-d
the services of a FIRST-CLASS JOUHNIiY-
! AN WATCH MAKER, and will
RcfMirlVatchesi, Clocks, mid
AT MODERATE BATES,
and in noon on in: it.
KGR.UI.(i 1EATL1 EXECUTED.
?.(r All Work Wai ranted.
F L. VAIJCill.tlV.
1'. A A. Telegraph Office, Ilonfili' Uultdlng,
N. E. Tenon, wishing to purchase any of
ino American vvatcnes, J win lurnisn mem at
Wholcsato l'rlce Lilt. n!5v7
AH,I, AT Till.
CHEAP CASH STORE
JACKSON I HUTT
OUR SUMMER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION
t.YIi vi: WILL
IN THE I'OI.I.OWIXCl
LINE OF GOODS:
Kino White l'lnritifcli
Plaid i Check "
Crailics, bro. blcach'd,
Pillow Cae Cotton
Merino Vests and
Wide Silk Velvets
llonoy Comb Quilts
Corsets, low to fine,
HATS AIS'I CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LadicN' ami MinNcx' (w.iitei'N,
an o cje Kins,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
Rice, Spice, and Kvrrylciiig Nice,
ANYTHING YOU WANT,
pi)- CALL AXI) SKK.
jackson &. in n.
TKOV, MO. Morch 7, 1872 novD71yl
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL VEALEl
Watch Materials and Tools.
Watches anil Jewelry Repaired.
NO. 210 NORTH FOURTH 8TREHT
(Between Olive and Pine Streets)
Moy 0, 1672.
OTICK la hereliv clron that lettera or ml
ii ministration were granted to the undersigned
on the estato of David W. Carter, deceased, by
tbe Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., on the lgth day of .'une, 1872.
All pirsons having claims against said estate
are reaulrcd to exhibit them to the administrator
for allowanco within ono year froai the dato of
snu tellers, or tney may no precluded Irom any
benefit of said estato, and if not exhibited within
two years from the date of aald letters tbey will
no lurever barred.
jullO EDQAK M. I1U0WNIN0, Adm'r,
NOTICK la hereby given that letters tea.
tainentary were eranted to the undersigned
br the Clerk of tbe Probate Court ot Llneoln
county, Mo., on tbe estate of Nicholas Fleener,
deceased, on the 28th day o( March, 1872.
All 'cr ona having claims against aald estate
are required to exhibit them for allowance to the
lixecutcra within one year from tho dato ol
aald letters, or they may bo precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and if nut exhibited within
to years from the data of said letters, thov will
lie forever barred.
OF.Oltfll; J. FLF.F.NKH, t
PAVIP V, f LEENEH, I rieo'ri.
,15KW S. HJf5, J may?
CAKE k ROGERS COLUMN.
BKFOUE rUKCIIASI.VU CALL AT 01)11
SHOP AT TIIK TAN YAM) IN TltOV
ouu i.Aitr.i: skick ok
Open-face work do.,
Check Lines, 1
Hair Saddlo Girths,
Leather Saddle (Jirllis,
Web Saddlo Girths,
Plow Gear, &o.
Boys' and Girls'
Hoots and nlioes
of Kvcry Style,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
Hidefe and Tallow.
BOOT AND SHOE
Wc manufaetuee our Boots and Shoes,
Saddles, Harness and Collars out of
Leather of our own Tanninp, and nro
tho only persons in Troy who manufao
turo out of Leather made at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
F. c. CAKE. t- M.- McLEI.lan
Real Estate Agents.
Troy, Lincoln ounlJ, Mo.,
Huy and Hell .iiid, Hay 'ea tor Non
realdenti, filtc Abatrueti of Titles,
Write Heeds, Mortgages. Plata
ol Lauds, Ac.
They Offer for Kale tiit Following
Ho. I Improrcl farm, 169 acres, :t miles
dorthwest of Auburn, 2 toll's of railroad and 2
miles of rock road, 35 acres in cultivation. 154
acrea sclendld timber, hewed-loc house 1 14 alo-
ries, stable and corn crib. Price f 2500, one third
cash, balance on time.
Woi C.,nl land f mlle routhwest of Troy,
-10 acres In tho middle of Ihe coal fields and
ithin 100 yards of tbo shaft at tbe Link mine.
Price J2000, half rash, balance on time.
No. .1202 acres unimproved timber land
bli miles south of Millwood and adjoining; West
prairie. Price jSDO, third cash, balance on long
Sin.B House and lot in Troy, frama house
20 by 40 and ono slory hl(,'h, 4 room., closet,
smoke house, cistern, shrubbery, Ac, lot 100 by
100 feel, 2(.0 yards frun town sj ring. Price and
terms $iuuu cash,
No. t Farm of Hit acres, miles of Mos
cow Mill, 20 acrrs in cultivation, 19 ntres good
timber, 18 benrlne Knch ttccs Price $20 rer
acre, twothirds cash, balance on time.
Nu, 7 54 acres timber land, umlirlatd with
coal, iyi miles of Moscow. Prico $20 jicr acre,
two-thirds cash, balance on time.
I No. 8 Improved form of Q3 acres, on
mtlo from tho court house in Troy, 25 acres in
cultivation, 23 acres in pasturo and incnilow, 100
five year old apple trees, 25 peach trees, 45 acres
splendid timber, 2 stoiy frame 18 by 24 and an
L 1 story 18 by 24, nil In Rood repair, smoko
house, chicken house, stables and crib, A No. 1
tobacco torn of 6 tiers, good w.ll. Price an I
terms 35 cash per acre. Just the place for a
iicrsun who desires to carry on a small farm, and
also get the benefit of good schools iu Troy for
t No. ! Improved farm of SO acres Sli miles
cast of Trov, 25 acres In cultivation, 55 ocrci
Cond timber, loghouso IK 1,I8, I stories, smoke
house, corn crib nnd stables, 125 young fruit
ttees In binring. Price f.)5 per acre, Wo thirds
cash balance cn time.
No. IO Improved farm of 80 acre 2 mlias
south of Troy, :t5 acres In cultivation, 15 acres
In grass nnd 30 acres timber, bouse Ifi by 18. 1 yt
stories, kitchen 14 by 10, smoke hou., cellar,
stablo sbeded on two sides, granary, crib and h.'n
houie. All theso buildings ure new end sub
stantial. Well and pond of stock watei.SSnii
pic, 25 peach and fi pear trees of excellent fruit.
Prico 30 dols. pcracre, two thirds casn balance
No. II Improve! fnrm of 200 acres, 5 miles
northwest of Troy, 70 acres in cultivation, 130
acres timber, 2 story house IS by 20 with L kit
chen lfi by 21 ono story, smoke house with cellar
under It 7 It deep, stables, corn crib, new 7-t er
I tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 trcis In
bcuring, consisting of apples, peaches, pears,
plums, apricots, nectarines, chcrric. New nnd
commodious school house near. Prim 20 ilols
per acre, half cash, balanco on time without in
j No 12 Improved fairn of 80 acres 2J rntlct
west of Chnln ir It nr1ra. In n I!...... ... .,!..!.,
! -- -- ......... v..... iiMuuur
hood, 40 acres in cultivation, 40 acres fine limber,
. uuu.v, ruiunu uuu,t, goon wen, staiiie, tobacco
. barn, apple and peach orchard, new school hout
close at hand. Price 520 per acre, half cash,
balance on time.
No. 13 Improved farm of 200 acres 4 miles
cost of Troy and 2 miles of Mescow mills, 10(1
acres fenced, 8(1 ncres in cultivation, 20 litres in
grass, 100 acres timber, 2-story house, 20x30,
cellar under it, smoke house, splendid well, sla-
' liles, Inrge crib, 2 tob.icco bains, 150 apple trees,
pears, peaches, cherries, grapes. Land produced
50 bushels corn per acre this yens. New school
house completed and paid for convenient. Price
$18 per acre, half cash, balanco on time.
No. I I 140 acres, improved farm. 50 acres
tenced and in cultivation, splendid timber, in-
1 cludln? n "Ornl snetr nnm.i '40 l.nnln.. .
o -- n - - -l - ,- u.iiuiijj .tun irreii,
; two-story log house, lathed and plastered, smoke
I K.in.n nJ .....l. ..It. II - ...I ' ill .
, ..mu uu.uuiii.iiiK,, ., rjiii-u'im siningh on
ino larm, 1 nls farm is five miles from Troy and
half that dlstanco from St L k K Itallroad. Price
No. 15 1150 acres of splendid land located
near tho north lino of this county. Tho rock
road from Auburn and tho St L A- K Hr both run
through this tract. About one half of this land
Is fenced and has six dwelling houses located at
different points on It. Stables, cribs and tobacco
barns aic largo and well built, and at convenient
points on tho fairn. 'J'ho entire tract is offered ot
tbe very low figure of $20 per acre. Or wo will
sell tracts of 80 acres, 120 acres, 160 acres, 200
acres; ot a small advance on tho above price,
according to tho Jmp'ovemcnts and location of
tho particular tract desired by tho purchaser
No. IO Improved farm of 80 acres fenced
and 40 acres in cultivation, largo house, y,
atorles high and a kitchen 12x 10 ; spring within
ahort distance, 4 good springs on ploco ; 100
fruit trees of apples, peaches, cherries, plum,
pears ; within one mllo of a grist and saw mill.
44nillca south of Troy. Prico $15 per acre.
No. 17144 acres, small houso and about 15
acres cleared and under fence, 120 acres of
timber. 5 rntlr mirth nf T... T-I .tun
No. IB tour well Improved, splendid farms,
lying in one body of 525$ acres ; will bo sold
aeparately or together. ISO acres has largo
dwellinghouso with 7 rooms, 2 porchos, part of
thebousonew, bcautirut site, with largo shade
trees In yard, 2 touant houses In the yard, smoke
house, well of living wator and a cistern, now
barn 38x44; oM stablo; granary, corn crib:
plenty of stock water; 500 young thrifty aiiide
trees of selected fruit, 100 choico fruit trcoa in
ucamig, anu never tail any year. All well
fenced in fields of convenient else, pastures and
meadows well set in grass and clover, 30 acres of
tine timber. This is, and has been for years
the model farm of the township. Price $35 per
acre. 160 acres has dwelling houao IK atorles
high. IslS x20 with L kitchen, corn crib and
stable, all new; 40 acres foncod and In cultiva
tion, 120 limber. Price $20 per acre. 120 has
dwelling J6r:3 with L porch on south aide of
house, smoke house, cistern woll, stables and
cribs; land all well fenced, 60 acres in cultiva
tion and meadow. Prico 25 dols. per acre. 85U
acres, 40 acres in cultivation, 15 acros meadow,
no buildings, 30 acres timber. Prico 20 dols. per
acre. Price of tho entire tract of 525K acres,
$22 50 per acre. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, balance
No.j fO-Ncw two-atory dwelling and Blots In
town of Troy. House 16x28 with L 16x28, por
t co in front and porch on baok, 6 large rooms, a
closet, well of living water, largo cistern; smoke
house and stable. Large numbor of fruit trees
la bearing, apples, peaches, pears, sweet cher
ries, morillo cherries, plums, quinces. Ao. With.
In two squares of churches and schools. Prloe
two thousand dollars.
No. a I Improved form 49 acres of splendid
land In German neighborhood, In a high state
of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoko bouse
"i''1' o.ono fruit , treos. Farm well watered.
Within I W m of Chain of Hocks and IK mile
of Mouth of Big creek. Prico 1500 dols.
In this enlightened age not many purchasers,
strangers especially, hire conveyances and ride
over tho country' In search of a farm for sale,
when thero Is a Ileal Estate Agency to be found.
We advcrtlso extensively and systematically, and
owneri desiring to sell, and purchaser! wishing
to buy, each earnestly hunting for the other and
bis own Interest, secure tbe greatest possible
safety and despatch on the one hand, and the
least exponso of tlmo and moaey for search on
the other, by placing In our Agency the sale or
purchase of any proporty.
We requlro parties desiring to sell property to
sign a contract describing tbo same, naming tbo
length of time the proporty Is to remain for sale,
prlca and terms, and binding tho owner to pay
our commission If a sale la effected.
u' Cmnl6lons.-If tho prico does not
exceed $800, our commission for sale will be $20,
Regular commissions on all sales 2K por cent.
CAKE fc McLELXAN,
Subacrlbe for the 41 EH AID.
BY VtKlUE of a general execution, Issued
from the officii ot the Cletk of tbe Citeult
i Con r i ol Lincoln cnunly, Mltsourl, returnable
to the September term, 182, of said court, and
I to Ihe Sheriff nf Lincoln county, directed, In fa
vor of John Ilorda and against O. W. Hoke, I
)iarr levied upon nnd relied as the property or
). W. Hoke, the foil iwlng descrlbcdreal estate,
situate in Lincoln county, Missouri, to-wit:
40 acre, the I e qr of so qr of seo 30 t 4V rgo Iff,
40 acres, tho aw qr ol sw qr sec 20 t 4V rgo I w
40 acres, Ibe ne qr of ne qr of sec 3 1 tp 4H rge In'
40 acres, the nw qr ofaw qr sec 32 tu 49 rge lw
40 acres, sw qr of nw qr of sec 32 tp 49 rge lw
40 acres, nw qr of sw qrof sec 32 tp 49 rge lw
40 acres, se qr ne qr ot sec 31, tp 49 rge lw
40 acres, the neqr of se qr of see 3 1 tp 19 rgo I w,
and I will, on
Thursday, October 3d, 1872,
between Ihe hours of 9 o'clock in tho forenoon
and 5 o'clock in tho afternoon of that day, at
the court house door In the town of Troy, sell lo
the highest bidder tor cash at public vendue all
the tight, title, interest, claim, estato and prop
erly ol tSo aaid (I. W. Iloke ol, In and to the
abovo described real estate to satisfy said execu
tion and costs,
sepll FtlEDEMCK WINO. ShetltT.
BY VIRTUE and authority of a genoral exe
cution, issued from tho office of tho Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Mo.,
returnable to tho September term, 1872, of said
court, and to me directed, In favor of thn.Slato
of Missouri to the use of Zachoriah T. Hicks,
and against IsaocJN. Hoblnson nnd Alexander P.
Stuart, I havo levied upon and seized tho fol
lowing described real estate, ritaato tn Lincoln
county, Mo., to wit: 161 8-100 ncrc, being the
saino land allottid to Lasscim Skinner by com
misrioncrln partition among the heirs of Hubert
Stuart, deceased, being lot No. 4 of said divis
ion, and being the same land sold to said A. P.
Stuart by said Lasscna Skinner, dated March 9,
1868, recotded in book No. I of llceds in tho
Hecorlcr's office of Lincoln county, Mo., on
pngo (ID ; nl(0 2l5 73-100 acres, in suncy No.
742, being lot No. 1 In tho partition and assign
ment of dower among the widow and heirs of
Kobcrt Stuart, deceased, wbien lot No. 1 was
assigned by commissioner In said partition to
nuin .iuan, wiuow oi sam Hubert stuiirl, il -c it,
as her dower therein, as tho report of said com
uilsloncr, recorded in the Recorder's oliico of
Lincoln county, Mo., in book J, pages 1'JO and
following, and I will on
'Jhuriday, October 3d, 1872,
between the hours of 9 o'clock In tho forenoon
nnd 5 o'clock In tho afternoon ol that day, at
the court house door in tho town i f Troy, Lin
coln county, Mo., sell for cosh to tho highest
bidder all tho right, title, interest, claim estate
and property of tho sold Isaac N. Robinson and
A. P. Stuart ol, in and to the abovo described
real ctato to soti'fy said execution and costs,
scpll PREDHRICK vVINU, Sheriff.
John N. llltrr. William A. Hller, and Richard
viominacK, guardian nnd curator of I.noch II.
llllcr, Nancy E. II iter, Mary E. Hller, Klin
P. Illler, and Martha J. Ililcr, heirs of Asa
Hiler and Elba Ililcr, deceased, ewparto in
JjY VIRTUE and authority nf nn older. of
J sale. Issued from tho otlno of tho Clerk nf
tho Circuit Court nf Lincoln county, Missouri,
dated Agust 22d, ls72, in tho aboio entitled
cnti.'p, I will, on
Tuesday, the 1st day of October, 1S72,
between tho hours of nine o'clock in the fo-c
noon and fivo o'clock In tho afternoon nf that
day, at the court house door in tho town nf Trny,
Lincoln county, Jlissnuri, sell the lollnwing de
scribed real estate, situate In Lincoln county
MK'ouri, at public vendue, to tho highest bid
dcr, to-wit: Forty acres, the soulhe.ist quarter,
southeast qnartcr,scction 10, township 4'J, rarge
2 west; 40 acres, northwest quarter, northwest
quarter, section 14, township 4'J range 2 west,
ami 80 acres, the north half, northeast quarter,
section 15, township 49 latigo 2 west, contain
in.: lf.O acres, nnd upon the following tcruu to
wit: Ono half rush nnd tho remainder nn n
credit of six inonihs with opprmed security and
ten per cent, interest from day of sale.
nucfiS It'ItUDUllICK VIN(J,flicriir.
L1Y VIRTUE ami authority of a transcript
) execution Issued from the office or tho Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
returnable lo tho Scpteinbar term, 1872, of said
Cdtirf nml In tlin linritr T I- i . .It
........ , ... . Miniuiti i-iiunty, ui-
reeled in favor ef Jackson 1c Wing, and against
James Creech, I havo levied upon and soiled us
the property of said James Creech tho following
(If-.r-rihi-il rnl ..Int. tn . I, Tl...
. . .u..w, . ..... in. .uuuiviise
quarter of tho southwest, and the southwest qr of
Ihcsouthcast quarter of section No, 30, township
JQrnnmil m.t .CO n .. .1 1 ..ill 1
- ' b" "u- "VIM, I.1IU 1 Will nil
Wednesday, October 2d, 1872.
between tho hours of 9 o'clock in tho forenoon
unu nvo o ciock In itio nrtcrnoon of that day, soil
In tlin lilt.ho.l 111. I,l. C .l. . ..1.1:. I...
at tho court h ouso door In the town of Troy,
nincoin county, .110., all tho right, title, interest,
claim, estate, and property of tho said James
.retflh nP. In nml ti, llm nt.n..A .laA.tt.A.i
. .... uuu.u U.CVIIUOU lU.I
estate to satisfy said execution and costs.
vpt fus.unitjiiit l.lli, Mierilt.
BY VIRTUE and authority of an exocutlon
Isstlrtl Trntn tlin ..Oinn f l,n rl.l. -r . I. -
. .,,..vw 1 ...w v 1 1. 1 1. ,1, int.
Circuit Court, of St. Charles county, Missouri,
retUrnablo to the Marnh turn, IR79 nf ..I.I P,...
and to me directed, in favor of William II. Har
ris DDQ ntra III II. IT Panrm-. . Thnm.. IAn..A
I have levied upon and soiled as tho property of
real estate, situated in Lincoln county, Missouri,
ivn.K. ma Buutunruat oi ino norinwesi ana tne
southeast of tho northwest and tho northwest of
mo southeast, and the northeast of the south
west, and tho BOUtlinnt nf thn smith..... .ml A
acres In tho northwest of tbo aouthwest, all In
section 19, township 49 rango 2 eaat, and I will
Un Wednesday, October 2d, 1872.
between the hourse of 9 o'clock In the forenoon
and fivo o'clock in tho afternoon of that day, at
tho court house door In the town of Troy, county
of Lincoln, slate of Missouri, sell at publio ven
due for cash to tho highest bidder, all the right,
title, Interest, claim, estate and property of tho
said 11. C. and Thomas Pearee, of, In and to tho
uuuve uescrioea real estate, to satisfy said exe
cution and costs.
sepi FREDERICK WINQ, Sheriff.
BY VIRTUE and authority of a general oxo
euttnn. taaiiA.l fram nffi,. nt . 1. n ' 1 -1. ...
Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Mo., returna-
uio eo iue septemoor term, IH72, or said Court,
and lo me directed, In favor of tho State of Mis
souri In thn It A nt Thnmn. V 1M -t. .1 . ! - I
Isaac N. Robinson and Alexander P. Stuart, I
uuvo lovica upon ana seized the following do
scribed real estate, situate In Lincoln county,
Mn In wit, 1A1 8. inn n a.a . ii
..... - - - w-.ww uviv,, uuuij-j ,ua Baioo
land allotted to Lassena Skinner by commls-
I -. .. -ill! . i .
.luuvtr iu ianiiiuu Hiuuog iue neira ot iiobejt
Rlll..l J...n..il l,.ti- l. XT- 1 ... .. .
-....it, UIIH..IIU, uehiu mi nu, ioi sata aivts-
Inn n il luilnna...iii. I..J II . . .. .
nuu -"-'"fi w riu ,h,,u BOIU IO BBIU A, V.
Stewart by laid Lassena Skinner, by deed datod
..iuivu iouo, lotuiura in DOOK JMe. I Of DCCltS
in tho Itecorder'a office of Lincoln coun ly, Mo., on
page 90 j also 215 73-100 acres lo aurvey No.
742, being lot No. 1 in the partition and as-
niguiucui uunnratuung iue widow and beira of
Robert Stuart dan'rf. whlnh In. nr i t .
by .commissioner In said partition to Ruth 8tu-
Art bMhu nf .at.l r. . . . .. .
... .,, v Oman, ueo u,as ner
dower therein, as her report of said commissioner.
rann.ita.l In Oi. 1I.aa..I..I. . m . . . I
"'7'"'" ... .uiu,i, oiuce oi Lincoln
county, Mo., In book J, pages 490 and following,
and I will, on 61
Thursday, Ootober 3d. 1R72
between tho hours of 9 o'clock in tte forenoon and
o'flloek In the afternnnn nf ..n. .
ujr, ni, mo court
.h..r.?I '"uifi.' m& TW.Mo.., "Il for
in. . i i "'uuer, an tne rignt, title,
V...M., .,, unu property or tbo aald
.7 iT """,";u" tstuart or, in and to
tbo abovo i descrlbod real estate to aatlsfy said ex
cutlon and costs. '
pll FREDERICK WINO, Sheriff.
I SHKIUFF'S SALH.
BV VlllTUH and authority of special ....
cutlun Issued from the otlice of the Cli.l i
IlioClrciiltCourlof Lincoln cniin'.y, Mo.,retum
bio to tbe September term nf said Court and M
mo directed In (favor of James Collins and Jik
J. Ilolllday, and against John Klrkhain.ll.nl,
inln KulTner, Tliomaa Clark, David J. flllv,,
Willi.,,, V. fnllln Will!.... ra.. "',
" , , .......iu vuuiu anu ueorze
Cateolt, I hao levied upon and seised al tho
property of said John Klikham. llenlaraln
hiiffner, Thomas Clark, David J. fllver, V llUm
F. Cullin, William Chase and Oeorge Catcoti : ih.
following described real estate, to wit; west
ha f of section 2 township 48 rango 2 west, and
southwest quarter of southeast quarterof section
3 townshlp48 ronge 2 west, nnd west hair north
west of section 23 town.hip 49 range 2 west, and
northwest of tho southwest quarter oT section 21
township 49 range 2 west, and north half north,
east of section 34, township 49 range 2 west, ami
oist half of touthenst of section 34 township 49
ronge 2 west, and west hair of northwest ol see1-'
tion 35, tnwnship49 rango 2 west, and southwest
quarlC! of section 35 ti wnshlp 49 rango 2 wcsl,
ur.d north half of northeast of section 3 town
ship 48 rango 2 west, and southeast quaitcrof
soulhwoit quarter of sccticn 35 township 4a
range 2 west ; also the steain cnglno and machin
ery thereto belonirlnir. nm. nuihln.ml i. .
coal at the coal mines of said defendants, on the
uuu.v lucmiuiieu lann, ana I will, on
Wednesday, October 2d, 1872.
between tho hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon
and 5 ociock In the aftnnoon of that day, at
the court houso d. or In the town of Troy, Lin
Colli COUntV. Mltlnnrt. .nil nt ...-l.lt. .1... . ..
V' ' muuu ll'Ullun lor
cash tu tho highest bidder all tho right, title, In-
i.u.., csinio aim property or tho abovo
nnmcd John lvlrkhnm 1l..ntnn.t. I1..IT n-l
as Clark, Ilavld J. Silver, Win. F. Cullln. Wm.
Chaso and (!oo, C.ilcoit.or, In and to the abovn
described real estole, and pcrsonnl properly, lei
S.ltlKfV Slllll Plri-llllnn nml -a.I. ' r J'
IR1:DERICK WINO, Sheriff.
liv virion nnd nittlinritu nr nr. ......
tion issued from llio ofDce of t lie clerk of
ttiecouitoi uonmioii pleas, Louisiana,
Misfouri. in favor of Levi .M Smiili,
(Jeorpe O Winn, R II Norris ond apuitiat
Adalino N' Jlertiwcirier, and tn the cberilT
of Lincoln county, Missouri, directed, re
turnable to May term oi said court, 1872,
I have levied upon nnd seized as tbe
property of said Adalino N Mcrriwcther
the fb IllwinL' doM!rihrii real palnlo In
wit ; ISO acre in S h ti S W sec 3 T
51 II 1 V ; -100 acres in survey 3131, T
51, R 1 V. and I will on I'riday, Octo.
ber 4th, 1872, between tho hours of 9 o'
clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in
tbe altcrnnon nf that day, at t lie court
house door in the town of Troy; Lincoln
county, Missouri, sell at public venduo
for cah to tho highest bidder all thn
right title, intcrct. claim estate nnd
property of said A AV Merriwether of
in and to the above de.-cribed real cs
tali', or so much thereof s may bo
necessary to satir-fy said execution and
tcptll F. IN(5, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Snip of School Lantls.
BY VlinUI! nnd authority of nn order nf
sale- isuel from tho otTicoof the Clerk nf Ibo
county court nf Lincoln county, Mo , dated July
H'lh, . ii., 1S72, 1 will, on
Tuesday, October 1, A I). 1872,
between Ibe linurs nf 9 o'clock In Ibo tnrrnonn
nnd fivo o'clock in the ulleinnnn of Ihnl day, nt
tho cnuit hniisu door in the town of Trny, Jin.,
during tbo sitting of the circuit court nf Lincoln
county. Mo , sell at public venduo tn Ihe highest
biddi-r nn u credit nf 12 mnntbs, purchase giving
bond with security In bear ten per cent, per an
num interest Irum day nf sulo, nnd a fehnol
mortgngo on Ibo liu.t purchased, tho following
described sehool Intnl., to wit : 80 nrrej, tho cast
hull of tho soulhe.ist qunrter of sec If), tnwnship
50, rango I nct, ur.il 40 n res, tho southeast qr
of tho northeist quarter of section 111, township
50, rnni;o 1 west.
J"""3 F. WINO, Sbeiiff.
Ordered by tho Counly Court that
General Registration of voters of Lincoln
county for tho year 1872 be held on
!onday, Tuesday nnd "Wednci-uay, Octo
ber 7th, 8th and Otli, 1872 in each Klcc
tion District in said county.
The Election Districts, place of Reg
istration, nnd names of Registrars, aie as
Election District No. 1 All that part
of .Monroe township lying north of Bobb's
creek in township 49, range 2 and 3 east,
and nil of tuwnship 49, ranire 1 caBt.
Place of Registration t'hantilly. John
J. Alexander, Itogistrar.
Election District No. 10. All that
part of Monroe township lying south of
Bobb's creek iu townhips 48 and 49,
range 2 and 3 east, ond all ol' township
48, rango 1 east. Place of Registration
Chain ol Rocks. B. F. Catnpboll,
Election District No. 2 All that part
of Hurricano township composed of
towoshiDs 50 and 51. rnnna 1 unit nnrl all
of township 00. range 2 and 3 east, lying
. I. r . l r . . . . J .
iiunii oi inu ix ew tiope and f almouth
road, and tho town of Falmoutb, and
lying west of Lost creak, from tbo sign
board at August Sours' north to the New
IIopo and Falmouth road. Place of
Registration New Hope. Mordica R.
Election District No, 11 All that
part of Hurricane township composed of
township 50. ram-e 2 nnH ft .ii Inlnr.
east of Lost orek and township 50 rang
a anu a oasi, lying east and south of
Lost creek, and the Npw flnn. r,rl 17.1.
mouth road. Place of Registration
13. i ti . V
or oi nope cnuron. V. A. l'rewitt,
Election District No 3 Clark town-
ll ID. P aco nf Ttpnial
m. MilUr, Registrar.
Election Diatrinta nfr. A Tto,lr.J
township. Place of Registration Court
IT .. m sr . .
wuu.b. iruy, mioses uond, ileciitrar.
blectlOLl Distrinr Nn A TTniitn
sniD. Plaofl of Ritrvi&tpat Inn A lii. -n
. tfT,, ri-------"M .iiiuumi
James Wilson, Registrar.
auction LMstrict No. 0 Prairie town-
Sbin. Place of RaniaSrattnt. I'.... .nr.
ueorge h. Johnson, Registrar.
jvicouon JJistrict No. 7 Millwood
township. PJaeo of Registration -Millwood.
Horatio C. Clare, Registrar.
Election TliatrinS H. Q W 1 -
. - - - - ,iv, u it a tci if
township. Plaoeof Registration Louii
ille. Charles W. Qillum, Registrar.
Llection Distrint Nn riM:n0.i.
- - - x, a.IIIVwtt-i
township. Place of Registratloo NU-
'-u. uono u. Williams, Registrar.
"lo": tf.V, VAK.E,
Clerk County Court.
By J. M. MoLKLfc4M, t. O.
kv. our rn k rnsr,i
VOU BVsrNKSS tN 7JIE SKCaV.