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LOCAL ANt COUNTY.
Merry Christmas and Happy Now
Year to oil 1 That ie not original, but
it is good nevertheless, and wo mean it.
An original story, by Miss S. A. Stuart,
will nppcar in the nest number of the
Herald. It is well writton, and we hope
to bo favored frequently with her pro
ductions. Do you want to mtko a us profitable
Christmas' gift? Call and givo us a
dollar, and tbo Herald will continuo to
disponso plcasuro to your homes through
out tho coming year.
"Christmas comes but onco a year,
drink egg nog" and pay your subscrip
tion to tho Uerald. That doesn't rhyme,
Vbut tho last part of the sentenco is of
more importance to us than "simmon
A Nimuod, Mr. James Ransdell of
'this place, one day last week killed seven
wild geese at six shots ; and on Satur
day be killed fort two rabbits and- over
ono hundrod cedar birds. Who can
Mr. Levi Garrett's infant son, about a
year and a half old, had his leg broken
one day Just week. A black boy was
running with'tho child in his araj, when
he slipped and fell forward, throwing it
out in front of him to that it received
tho full fore of tho fall, breaking one
leg and bruising tho othor badly.
Porker, Crews & Co , of Troy, have
been asking tbo people of that place, for
tbo lust month or two, to "loan them
them their curs." Wonder what they
rant to do with 'em? Mako sausago ?
No ; they want to pull them, because
their owners won't cowo up and pay
their storo accounts. Capital idea, isn't
Painful Accident One day last
week Esquiro J. C. Elmore met with a
very painful accident. Ho was driving
out with his wagon and team, when the
horses became frightened and ran awoy,
jerking Mr. Elmore off tho wagon and
against ono of the fore wheels, ono of the
bind wheels passing over his leg. His
under lip was badly torn, and his leg
severely bruised ; it was thought for
nwhilo that it was broken. JudjjeShaw
'informs us that he is slowly recovering,
having it is believed, received no internal
Matrimonial As foreshadowed in tho
Herald last week, Dr. M. N. McLellan
and Misa Susio Young were married by
liev. 0. S. Thompson, at tho residence
of Judge Win. Young, near this place,
lat Thursday evening, tho 19th inst
Mr. Will. II. Youns: of this plaeo ond
Miss Joannio Morrison of St. Louis sup
ported them in the trying ordeal. Quite
a large concourse of friends were there
to witness the ulcjiiant event, ana more
smiles than tears lighted up their faces
At a late hour the company separated
-with manv wishes for the future bright
ness of the happy pair's lives.
No Paper Next Week With th
number of tho Herald closes the seventh
volume, and in order to give our hands a
holiday, and feelinir that a little rest
would benefit oursolf, wo will tako ad
vantage of tho Christmas soason and not
publish u paper next week. Tho first
nnmher of the ciuhth Vuluuie will be
issued on Wednesday, January 8, 1873
This U one of the best times imaginable
to subscribe and pay up back dues, as
48 one of the dullest seasons of tho year
for country publishers generally, and the
very time that tho subscription money o
their papers do them good, if any largo
number of subscribers pay up. A grain
of whoat is not muoh, but when a lot are
cut togother tbey make a bushel ; so
with newspaper subscription. With thi
gentle and to us needful hint, wo close
the seventh volumo of tho Herald by
wishing ono and all a "Merry Christmas
and Happy New Year.
Mr. H. B. Ellis, D. G. W. U. T. of th
I. 0. G. T. of this stato was in our office
Monday. Ho is looking well and is in
good spirits after a very successful trip
organizing and insituting lodgos. He
informs us that ho has been visiting the
counties of Pike, Ualls and Monroe, and
in the last thirty days has organized five
lodges with ono hundred charter mem
bers, besides quite a number who did
not go in as such , established a templo
at Paris, and conferred degrees on New
London and Madison lodges. He visited
ten lodges and found them numerically
ctroig and in a flourishing condition. la
tht tine he visited twenty. tfcro plaets,
wade twenty ipeeefat and traveled four
liundrad and sixty mile, which it very
oai with a horse and buggy over rough
voadt. He ia 4f oaiaion there ia a warm
ftuperaoce Wift wakinr up ail ver
T 'Ieacukrs,. Jotico
i&iveu thai t itT, in uooordaacc' uttti tho
school law, hold public xinfnttou (
wacnore at tfte court Houso iroy ow
the (list Saturday ctory month. $11
-uppiiciitiou (ot certificate must he mndb
a tftee dayrv 'j'eachora -will plfaso'oee.t
Vftbiti Mind. JOHN WU.SUN.
Vui. otiwlv tsiiao! eountj.owe. jo;sditTjs
New Wav to Pay the pRSAcnitR.
This oold weather puts a ercat manv in
mind of marrying, and by some tho cost
u.not taker into consideration until after
!. ... I... .. . ...
i uu iaie, mo lovers doubt ess for-
getting all about this part of tbo cere
mony in their searob for warmer quar
ters. Lot some what may, it won't do to
let Cupid wandor about by himsolf this
cold weather tho littlo rnd miuht freczo
doath or his darts turn into icicles.
We understand that a certain minister
was called upon to ride oight or ton miles
on a recent cold evening to attend to thu
wants of a couplo who viewed matters in
the above light, and went accordingly,
oonsoling his aching toes doubtless with
tho prospeotivo fee. The ceremony was
performed, tho twain maJo ono flush, and
upo beat high in tho bosom of the man
God. In duo courso of timo tho
groom took tho mintstor to ono side and
remarked : "Look a-hcro, mister, I
hain't no money, and can't pay yer list
now; but I'll tell yer what, I've got jist
ono o' tho bcBt rabbit dogs, ho kin run
tho fastest of any dog in this 'ere country,
and Mr. Cooper in Troy has said that
he'll buy all tho rabbits that's fotched to
him, and wbon I ketch enough rabbits
I'll pay you sartatn." The bright vision
ot a ten-dollar greenback vanished from
tho sight of tho minister's unsealed oyes,
and his bopes.aro now turned to the abil-
ty of that rabbit dog and tbo willingness
of our portly friend of Novelty Cash
Storo to invest in rabbit meat. The
latter believes that ministers are poorlv
paid for their sorvices at best, and rather
than sco any of them gj without thuir
just dues, will take tho rabbits, no are
Ya I.ler Doo. The Joteburtf Leader
publishes the following not bad joke as
original and having occurred at Mont
gomcry City. If wo hadn't Been it in u
half dozen other papers wo might give
tho Leader credit for ccttinz of a cord
thing : "A fellow at Montgomery City
tho other day mixed rather too much
whisky with his hog and hominy, and it
made him rather siek ; while leaning
against a corner, casting up accounts, a
ittlo dog came fondling around his Itgs,
'Well, now here's a go," says ho, "I
know whero I got tho pork and hominy,
and I remember where tho whisky cunie
from, but hang me if I havo any rccolleo
tion of where 1 uto tuat littlo yaller
Colored Wedding. On tho 19th
inst., by liev. Louis Overton, at the rest
denco of Wm. Uragg, the bride's father,
Griffith Cock roll and Cella liragg ull
colored. Wo understand that they hud
sumptuous feast and a gay time gen
M. T. iiritton soils groceries as cheap
. ft. i i ... i
as any storo in iroy, onu always Keep
the best quality. Tho highest market
rrice paid for bacon eggs and country
produce of all kinds. Cull und examine
r. . , , . i . . i
ms 8I0CK, ana convince yourselves ui mo
suporiority of hip goods.
The St. Louis and Keokuk Hail
road. On Friday last Mr. Woolfolk,
President, and Mr. McKeo, Attorrncy, of
the bit. Louis and Keokuk railroad wero
n the city for tho purposo of filing peti
tions fur the condemnation of property
along tho surveyed lino of the road in
this county. Mr. McKce informs us
that many farmers in the Point nk more
for tbo right of way than their whole
farms are worth, and that it will cost tho
company more to get turougu at.
Churles county to St. Peters than the
balanco of tho routu northward. He
says the present intention of the com
pany is to cross tun river at tins oini vy
the old ferry method, but to secure right
to cross tho bridge with passenger and
express trains. We ore also inlormed
that work will bo resumed on the road
south of tho river on the 1st proximo,
the contract having beo ro let to a re
sponsiblo contractor from Cedar Rapids,
Iowa. St. Charles Cosmos.
The Printer's Estate. We find
the following remarks, whieb all priuters
and publishers will agree in calling sen
sible, in an exchange, and commond them
to the reader. They will apply tu ull
localities in whioh newspapers circulato :
The printers dollars whero aro they?
A dollar nere ana a dollar tnsre, scat
tered over tbo numerous small towns all
over the country, miles and miles apart ;
how shall thoy be gathered together (
Tho paper makor, the compositor, the
building owner, the grocer, the tailor, and
all assistant to bim in carrying on bis
business, have their demands, hardly
over so small as a single dollar. Hut the
mites from litre and there must be dill
gently gathered, patiently hoarded, or tho
hnravitb to uiBcnarco mo iiaoimiua win
never bocomo sufficiently bulky. We
imagine the printer will have to get up
an address to bis widely scattered dollars,
something liko tbo following :
Dollars, halves, quarters, and all man
ner of fractioas in which you are divided,
collect yaurselva and come home, you
aro wanted. Combinations of all sorts
r mnn that liolo make the orinter a pro
nrietor. gather in such foroo and demand
with such good reasou your appearance
t bis counter, that nothing short of joii
will appease them. Collect Jounelvee,
(or valuable as yo are yo wilt never
4hi? eos3 oi ceJlectitig. Cotfio Sieifl
in II .Inula file 41)81 xie emitor vuty
form row into- battalion, tei semj you
llnnilfli. Ma . sewe ',ov 'fief ew' II
eoaplo .f printer's tJollafa stiokititf a-bouS
tous elotltee V ff nrir'B
Tribute or Respect.
At a called meeting of Nov Hope
Lodge No. 190, A. F. & A. M., Nov
Hope, Mo., December 16lb, 1872, tho
following resolutions were adopted :
Whereas, It has ploasod tho Grand
Master of tho universe to remove from
our midst our beloved brother, John A.
Sitton, thoreforo bo it resolved,
1st. That whilo we bow submissively
wo ntu deeply impressed with sorrow at
tho deccaso of our worthy brother, in
whoso death the fraternity has lost one of
its most worthy and esteemed members ;
society one of its brightest ornaments,
and his family a kind hearted and indul
2d That we extend to bis bereaved
family and friends our heartfelt sympa
thy in this their sad affliction.
3d. That these resolutions bo spread
upon the records ot the Lodge, and a
copy sent to the Lincoln County Urald
and tho Troy Dispatch for publication ;
also to tho widow of our deceased
4th. That as a tributo of respect wo
will wear tbo usual badgo of mourning
for thirty days.
M. K. Watts, )
G. T. Dunn, Committeo
NOTICE Is Ueroby given that tho undersigned
administratrix of theeiUto of Alexander J
Warfleld, decerned, will miiko a final settlement
of her admlnlitrntlon of laid estate nt tlio next
term of the l'robato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo,, to ho begun and held at tho court honte In
Troy on tho second Monday In January, IH',1.
dcc3n4 ANNA M. WAIIF1ELD, Adm'x.
rVJOTICE It hereby Riven that tho undersigned
l ndtnlnlstnitor of tho citato of Jojciih S.
Clear, , deceased, will mako a final settlement
of his administration of said estate at tho next
term of tho Probata Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., to bo begun and held at tbo court houso In
Troy on tho second Monday In Jnunnry, 18T3.
nov27n48 FREDERICK Vf I$fU, AdnTr.
N OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
administrators of tho cslato of Mary A. Rob
ertson, deceased, will make a final settlement of
tli lor admlntstlutlonof said estate nt tho next term
of tho l'robato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., lo
bo begun and held l Troy on tho second Munday
in January, tali.
nov27n48 LUCK cl- LONG, Adm'rs.
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho undersigned
executor of tho estate of Sarah I'arker, dee'd,
will mako a final settlement of bis ndmlnistra
tlon of said estate at tho next term of tho l'ro
bato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to bo begun
and held In Troy on tho second Monday in Janu
ary, 1873. dec4 C. W. I'AltKEIl, Ex'r.
tVIOTICU , hereby given that letters
tatnentarv wero srantod to the undersigned
bv tho Clerk of tho l'robato Court ol Lincoln
county, Mo., on tho estato of William N. Els
berry, deceased, on the 27th day ol Nov., 1872.
All 'cr ons having claims against said estate
nro required to exhibit them for allowance to tho
Eiccutcr within one year from tho date ol
said letters, or they may bo precluded from any
oonent or said estate, and
two years from the date of
bo forever barred.
tmiivnir TO Of.aflV n 1 V
dec! BE.VJ. F. ELSUEHHY, ) fax ''
Lend Us Your Ears.
Friends, we havo striven along almost
through another year without a potitlve
demand for you to pay us what you aro
owing on notes and accounts previous to
the 1st of January, 1872. Wo now
mako this urgont call and demand, licp-
ng that you will fully appreciate our
wants and come forward without further
notice, and make us glad to givo you
PARKEH, CREWS & CO.
C. W. PARKER,
For Hutt & Pamceb and Parker & Co.
October 1st, 1872.
As an inducement for tux-payers to
meet their obligations before the first of
January, tho Mexico Intolliceucer sug
gests the following :
"A person can borrow money to pay
taxc, for sixty days, at tho rato of 50
per cent per annum, and save money.
I' or instance, 100 taxes will be, on the
first of January, S110. 100 at 50 per
cent interest for one year will amount lo
150, or 850 interest; for one month it
will bo 84 lGj. and for sixty days it will
bo S3 33&. Thus it will bo seen that
money for sixty days at 50 per cent will
not amount to as much as the penalty in
curred by letting tho time run to the first
Order of Publication
NOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned,
administrator of tho cslato of John T omas.
deceased, on tho 10th day of C'ctobcr, at the
October term of the l'robato Court of Lincoln
county, Mo., for 1872. died his netltion as such
ftumwisiraior lor mo siio oi tne real estato ol
said deceased, or so much thereof as might be
necessary to iity the debts duo by said doceasod,
accumjianiod by tho lists and inventories ro
qulrcd by law, nnd that unless tho contrary le
shown an order will bo made for tho sale of said
real estate at tho January term of said l'robato
Court for 1873, which toim will be begun aid
neid at tlio court houso in Iroy, .Mo., on tbo
second Monday In January, 1873, when nnd
whero all iicrsons Interested in s.iid ettuto will
appear and show causo why laid order of sale
should not bo granted.
nov27n43 DANIEL W. LILE3, Adra'r.
N OTICE is hcroby given that letters or admin.'
istraibn woro granted to tho undersigned
on the estate of John A. Sitton, deceased,
by tho Clerk of the l'robato Court of Lincoln
county, Mo , on tho 0th day of Dcc'r, 1872,
All persons having claims against said estate
aro requited to exhibit them to tho administrator
for aliowanco within one year from tho ilito of
said letters, or they may be tire eluded from any
benefit of said estate, nnd If not exhibited within
two yenrs from the dato of said letters they will
bo lorovcr barred.
dccll O. 0. WILSON, Adm'r.
Having lought'oul Cant. Coose,
I am prepared to furnish UEEF,
POIiK, LA 111), SAUSAGE,
TUMCEVS, CHICKENS, dc,
it not exhibited within 0f the best gtialitv, and as I credit
said letters, thoy will , it jp I j II
but one week, I can afford to sell
Cheap. Uive me a call, opposite
the Post-cffice, and see for your
selves. WM. NETHERLAJfD.
Troy, Mo , Nov. 20, 1872.
OTICE Is hereby given that letters of admin
l' istratlon were canted to the undcrsiened
on tho co-partnership estato of Thompson & Bro.
on ino .turn nay or isovomocr, IB(.', by the UlcrK.
oi mb rrooaio Uourt or Lincoln county, .Mo.
All pcrtuus having claims against snld cstnto
aro rcnuircd to exhibit them to the administrator
for aliowanco wlfhln ono year from tho dato of
saiu letters, or they may ho precluded f. om any
benefit of said estato ; and If not exhibited
within two years from the dato of said lottors,
tncy win bo lorcver baned.
dec4n48p MARTIN 0. THOMPSON, Adm'r,
YOUIt BUSINESS IN THE IIEItAL,
IT WILL PAY.
N OTICE Is hereby given that my wlfo, Cla
rissa Harold, has left my bed and board, and
everybody is notified not to trust her on my ac
count alter this date, as I will pay no debts' of
'-I.UONAllD H AHOLD.
Augusta, St. Charles co Mo., Nov. 23, 1872.
Hubacrlbe for the IIEKALU. Only 91
.A.. Stxio vt
WOULD inform her patrons nnd tho public
that hhn will rcuiovo her School from thu
houso on Muin street t tho Cluistian Instltut
whero sho will re-optyi her scoool on
Wednesday, January 1st, 1873.
Ml? Sluurt hopes to merit a bhuro of patron
ago by her unremitting endeavors ti improve
thoso children who aro intrusted to ln r caro.
TliltMS lUH SHSSION Ol'' I-'IVU
Senior Classes $20.00
Junior Class.cs 15.00
Imory Classes 10.00
1 ho Ornamental Branches will bo charged
as customary in schools, college. Ac.
Incidental charge (iuol Ac.) 1.00
Payments mado Ono-bafat the commence-
mcut,?and tho rcmalndor at tho ond of tho ses
sion of fivo months.
ludgo Snm'l Watson and lady, St. Charles.
Judgo IJuckner and I tdy, " "
Dr. Mm 't Overall an. 1 lady, " "
W. Kedoion and lady, " '
Col. T. W. Cunningham, " "
qulro Wheeler anil lady, Iroy, Mo.
N.ivcmber 27, 1872. n!81t
Order of Publication.
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho undersigned,
administrator of tho estato of (Ireen J.
IIotcII, deceased, on tho ISth day of October, at
the Octobor term of tho l'robato Court of Lincoln
county, Mo., tor 1872, filed his petition as such
ndministrotor for tho sale of the real ostatu of
.old deceased, or so much thereof a may be
nice siiry tupay tho debts duo by said deceased,
accompanied by tho lists and inventories re
quired by law, nnd that unless tho contrary be
shown an order will ho made for tho sale of said
real istuto at the January term of said l'robato
Court for 1873, which term will bo begun and
held nt tho court hou.o in Troy, Mo., on tho
second Monday In Jnnuary, 1R73, when and
whero all persons interested in said estato will
appear and show causo why said-oiucr .f nlo
should not bo grunted.
nov27n48 LEMON B HOWELL. Adm'r.
NOTICE Is hereby given that loiters of ad
ministration wcro granted to tho under
signed on tho co-partnership estato of W. S. Dunn
x Co., by toe UlcrK ol tno rrobate unurt oi
Lincoln county, Mo., on tho 16th day of Decem
Persons having claims ngainst raid estate aro
required to exhibit them to tho adminis rator
within ono year from the date of said letters, or
they way be precluded from any benefit of said
estate: and If not cxhtllltel within two ycurs
from tho date of said letters, they will be forever
barred. deolgj JAS. N. NUKTON, Adm'r
VOTICE is hereby given that letters oi ad
1 1 ministration wero grantod to tho undersigned
on the estate of Charles L. Hopkins, deo'd, by
tho Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln county.
Mo., on tho 27th day of November, 1672.
All persons having claims against said estato
aro reaulred to exhibit thorn to tho administrator
for allowance within one year from tho dato of
said letters, or tbey may be precluded irom any
benefit of said estate, and It not exhibited witnin
two years from the date of said letters tbey will
be lorever barred.
doc4d49 (1EO. W. HARDEST!, Adm'r.
N OTICE is hereby given that letters or admin
istration wero uranted to tho undersigned
on the estato of Frank Niemann, dee'd, by tho
Clerk ot tho l'robato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., on tbo 18th day of November, 1872.
All nersona havlnir olalini against said estato
aro rcqulredjto exhibit them to the administrator
for atlowanoe within ono year from the date of
said letters, or they may be precluded from any
benofit of said estate: and If not exhibited
within two years from tho date of said letters
they will bo forever barred.
novzun-w runnn uiiuiwuuii, nuu.
Administrator's Sale of Ural Estate
NOTICE is hcicby given that the undersigned
administrator ot tho estato of Henry Mc
Mahlll, deceased, will in obedlenco to tho renewed
(rderof the l'robato Court of Lincoln county,
.Missoirl, made at tho October term of said
Court lor tbo year 1872, tell on
Wednesday, 'January 15th, 1873,
at public vendue, nt the court houso door in tho
town of Troy in said county, between tho hours
of ten o'clock n. in., and five o'clock p. in. of said
day, nnd during the session of tho l'robato Court
of said count), nt tho Jnnuary term thereof
I for 1873, tho real csUto belonging to said do
ceased, situated in sail county ot Lincoln, Mo.,
and described as rullowu, tu wit, or so much there
of as will bo sufficient to p.iy the debts of said
deceased: l&ducrosin survey No. 1813, begin
ning at a stono norlhwct corner of a tract of
land sold by Richard I. (Iladney to bamuel
Week", Irom which a linn 10 inches in diameter
bears south 7 j degices cast 32 links, thenco north
filiJi degrees cast 29 chains It! links to a stone
northeast corner said Week's tract, from which a
pin oak fi inches in diameter bo irs south 3 degs,
west 23 links, nnd do. S inches in diameter bears
south 75 degrees west 28 links, thenco north 21
degr's west G3 chains und 80 links to u stono,
southeast corner of n tract of land deeded by
Richard T. (Iladney to (1. L. Hiilloy's heirs,
tlicnce south 6flli deg's west 20 chains and 10
links to A stono southwest corner of tho nbovo
named tract, thenco south 2l3f cast 03 chains
i. ml 80 links lo beginning, with thooxe-ption of
10(1 acres deeded by said Henry .McMahlll nnd
wife to Henry Ellis olT said tract December 25,
1807, by deed recorded in book V pago 275270 of
records of said county. Also tho following t Ue
ginnlng nt stono in tho Prairie northwest corner
survey 1813, thenco north OS degrees cnH with
the origina northwest boundary lino 29 chains
and 10 links to a forked pin oak 15 inches In
diameter, fiom which n pin oak 8 inches in dinm
eter bears south 12 degrees oast 39 links, thence
soutli 22 degrocs east 20 chains 58 links to a
stone, thenco south 08 degrees west 29 chains 10
links to a stone, thenco north 22 degrees west 20
chains and 58 links to plnco of beginning, con
taiug 00 acres, more or lo s. Also u tract of land
beginning at the sorthenst corner of a lot o
land allotted to A. A. Chouteau undcrthewidow,
by commissioner In partition of survey No. 1813
atnons the heirs of Chouteau, thenco north 22
degrcesw, 15 chns to a stono corner from which a
black oak 12 inches In diameter bears north 35
degrees west 511 links, also a black oak 14 Indies
bears north 45 degrees west 33 links, thence
soutli 08 degrees we.-t 20 chains nnd 07 links to a
stone corner from which a whito oak 8 inches In
diameter bears north 74 degrees cast 15 links,
also awhile oak 20 inches bears north 50 degrees
west 21 links, thenco south 22 degrees east 15
chains to a pile of stono for corner, from which a
hickory V inches bears north 39 degroes west 12
links, tbenco north 08 degrees cast 20 chains and
87 links to tho beginning, containing 40 acres,
more or less, all of said land being In township
51 ransro 1 east nnd 1 wont; nisi the northwest
iVl qr lying north of survey 1813 and south of
survey 3131, of section No. 24, towushlp 01,
range 1 west, containing .1 23 iuu acres, en
tered by Albert O Mitchell ; all ofiald land sold
clear ot widow's dower, and alto clear of mort
caire deed on same In favor of James W. Welch,
said Welch to be paid tho amount of his dobt out
of sales of said land.
TERMS One half cash ; balanco in 0 months,
purchaser to givo bond for deferred payment
bearing 10 per cent interest from date, with good
security. No deed to be made until purchase
money be fully paid.
THOMAS A. II ALLEY, Adm'r
novl3 of estate of Henry MoMahlll, dee'd.
NEW HOPE, MO.t
Hkve temoyrd to the Ir (T. Nelson hos.se,
and are no receiving
NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
and1 aro determined
XVV Tt UK limDfiKtKrW
tlhoy expect to keep up theli ej rtatlon ftjr
ClViKfi WK PRICKS
SerAwnber 259 68,18.
For Good Turnouts
GO TO THE BKIOK
L, EVER T.1BM.E
ON MAIN STREET,
TROY, TSL O
Buggies and Horses to hire
bv ths dav or week.
I also run a dally stall nnd passenger line to
and from tbe St. L. K. 3c N. railroad, The back
will leave Iroy at 7 o'clock in the morning, mak
Inc connection lth both tho Eastern aad West
ern btuhJ Train., tty hacks and tcasss are kept
1 good older, wiit careful drivers manage thou
5l "H SjMfcW AlloUwics of vorklngft'o
9ile o either sexsjiount? or oldrtmakcrwoMCUoiMy
U work for us in their rare nsomenH. w all the
time lhan nt anylhlni wise' I'Mtlcu-lwi loo.
hAliEN Vi' as a stray by John S. W-3ad. In
4' Union tomiship, Lincoln county, Mo., oue
edi and white ipotteitcov, forers old past,
marked tflth croji. split and under cut 111 lelt -ear
ft nil split anil' U'o undorcuts In right oar, branded
ru lelt hip villi lottoM C, M., (mill bell on, and
nppriiisoit nt $20 liy Thomas 13. MoDonald anil
Jaiuoi W. eil. Uakcn mil ccrilfletHo this 24
(toy of Kov., ii'87J. .H'onN R.W8DXI.I,, J, V
THE DRUG AND MEDICINE BUSINESS.
I87 A NEW FIRM. J$7
WOOLFOLK & Co.
(Successors to iTI. S. Bnllingcr.)
HAVING Purchased tbe' Interest of 11. M. lJalllnccr In tho Drue and Medicine
Huxlness, we would Call the attention of tbo trado to OUH COMPLETE
If RUGS .IJVn 1IEMCIiES,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
WINDOW tils ASS,
BOOKS .ijn STATIONERY,
I'L.tllV AD lY CANDIES, CIGARS, TOBACCO
PURJiJ WIH'KS All) JVlQUOItHJ,
Sec, fcc., &e.
Order fi'oui Physicians Promptly Filled on the most
Our Slock will be found full and well assorted at all times, and
customers may rely upon always netting good and fresh goods, at the
very lowest prices.
Trot,, Mo.. Feb'y 15, 1872. WOOLFOLK &c GO.
Dfr $AM'l T, EAST, .
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
SCHOOL ROOKS A.D STATIONERY,
PICTURES & PICTURR FRAMES
Perfumery ana Fancy Articles,
SOAPS, BRUSHES AND COMBS,
PIPES, CIGARS TOBACCO,
RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AND NATIVE WINES,
FOB MEDICAL USE.
And Everything Uusually kept in a First Class Drug
Troy, Mo., May 16, 187!.
JOHN P. LYNOTT,
tm aat-v nil M II
FINE LOT OF MOW AND INDUSTRIAL tlWl
WI3ST3DOW SASH jA.3STI5 GLASS,
And" Everything that may be classed under the name of hardware,
STORE ON MAIN STREET, TROV. NO".