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jy HE HERALD,
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
Jenut Teage, of tfcil eotmly, !ti been
jurdonoJ bj tie Uovcroor.
Dr. K. L. Sydnor had resumod tho
firictie of dentistry tt this pluct. See
M. T. Iintton btviog purchased the
Troy tiakerj will supply ila former ens
tomers with bread, cakes, &o. Uo is
mking an cxcelhn quality of bread.
Wo ar pleased to learn that Mrs. Jos.
Norton, who was accidentally shot on tho
30th ult., an account of which was given
Aa the Herald, is slowly recovering.
The squabbles over tho coal lands in
this county have protty much stoppod
operations at tho mines, and as a conse
quence coal is getting scarce If any
body bar a selling supply, information of
th fact will bo thankfully received at
Drs. Ilutt & liourlaml hitvo moved
their office to tho room formerly oocupiod
by Dr. Waddy, whero they may always
bo found during office hours, unlesn pro
I'cssionally engaged ; and as Doctors need
money as well as other people, they ur
pcntly request all who aro indebted to
them to call and settle up old acco'unts.
AVe are pleased to learn that our arti
cle advocating a bridge over tho west fork
of Cuivro, for the relief of tho north
western section nf the county, is generally
well received. Our columns oro open for
the free diecusfeioo, pro and con, of this
ns well as all other matters pcrtuiuing to
tho public interest.
Albert Gibson, ion of Mr. 15. Gibson,
of Louisiana, says the Riverside Press,
vhen coming into town with a load of
wood, drawn by a pair of mules, they
took fright and started at full speed. In
attempting to bold them by tho lines bo
was thrown in front of tbe wheels, which
passed over his body, crushing it in huch
a manner that ho atinot possibly recover.
Louisiana has been humbugged by a
slight of hand entertainment, and both
tho Journal and l'ro.-o grew humorously
hymio over it.
A Mare Cuanck von Uaroains.
Desiring to quit merchandising, I havo a
large stock of clothing, hats and caps,
boots and shoes, which I will sell fur cash
at tho original St. Louis cost.
J. B. ALLEN.
stock, but lha truth is, interior shipper -Ovder Publication.
Iihvo forgotten that tho hog Kason is not Joseph M Heady and Jano S. IleaJy Butt
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IVTOW hero como tho plaintiffs In tho above on-
amount of cattle that is wanted this time
of tho year. St. Louis is no worse off
tlian other markets, more sccuis to no
Light, Hcaltlittil Bread,
t fled of the commencement or mis si-it ny oritcr , -n m,,u. , ,, nn Tn.-m-
of rubllcallon. It it therefore ordered by the Cheaper than you can ma U t, ami sate FOB
general desiro to sco tho cattlo trade in
full blast, and by thus "forcing tho
unncnn " all fl.n L.ntln.s ninrlcnU nf tlin
uv-ow.., .. u- .. Mfj . - - I 111 l UUII11.I1UII. .0 " . ," . jt . j.
COUtltry havo been broken down and ro Clerk nlnrcralil in vacation mat puoncauon 00 yon me vt.raiwn vj vjtrn cmny ult yuui
ported full of Hock before tuo spring V "'"" "ugn " " """V
trado hns opened. lings yet demand tltiun In tho Circuit Court of Llncol county,
most attention, and if wo uxcept stock , Missouri, founded upon a contract, tho object
xuttlo ilwf urn in nnmt ilomnnil nnd if and general naturo of whlrh Is to olitnln Judg
cattle, tbat oro in gomt demand, and it lncnlhfor (ho lum ,)f tnitlVuo, with Interest und
suit, nnd to enforce vtnuers nn upon
Death op Two I'kom.ink.nt Citizen.
of Outi Town. Wo are called upon to
chronicle the death of two of our old
well-known and prominent citizens, O.ias
V heeler, Esq., who died on tho cvenini;
of the 21st iiut., and Mr. Wm. A. Jack
sou, who died of orgauic heart disease
about two o'clouk Saturday morning, the
Charles Wheeler, Esq., was born in
Hancock county, New Ilumshiro, on tho
27th of February, 1705. lie was a grad
uato of Dartmouth College, and a mem
ber of tho "United Fraternity," a littrary
Fociety of that institution, at which time
Dunicl Webster, Thaddcus Stevens, and
other of our proment statesmen and clergy
held membership. In 1825 ho eamc to
Missouri, stopping awhile in the City of
St. Charles, nnd then removing to this
vplace. In 1820 lie was appointed a jus
tico of the peace of Bedford township by
Gov. John Miller, which office he hold
until the 17th inst., a few days prior to
his death, when he sent in his resignation
to the Cqunty Court, having held the po
F.ition longer probably than any other
justice in tho state ncaily forty four
years. Ills private life has been unitn
peachablo, his official record impartial,
nnd his business relation! just. So long
and favorably known among us, bo will
bo greatly niUecd. Ho leaves a widow
and two daughters to mourn his death,
Mr. Win. A. Jackson was born near
Paris, Bourbon county, Kentucky, on
the 3d of April, 1818. Ho catno to this
place in 1843, and commenced mcrchan
dicing, bineo when he has accumulated
no small amount of this world's goods, j
and won the reputation of being one oi
our most sagacious and far seeing busi
ness men. Ho was a friend of public
improvements generally, and wielded a
share of political influence in county af
fairs, hiving drawn around him many
warm friends in his business relations.
For a short timo preceding his death he
had been suffering from daily attacks of
heart disease, and on Friday evening he
had two attacks, and later io tho night a
third, which resulted in his death. He
leaves a family and a largo circlo of rel
atives to mourn his loss.
Printing in colors, bronze, or plain
black neatly executed at this office Note
and letter heads, bill heads, monthly
statements, tho neatest of business cards
blanks, checks, labels, envelopes, etc.
printed and delivered promptly. Send
in your orders.
To Teaciieus. Notico is hereby
civet) that I will, in accordance with thu
school law, hold publia examination of
teachers at tho court house in Jroy on
the Brst Saturday of every month. All
applications for certificates mtibt be mad
on these days, leactiers will please hear
this in mind. JOHN WILSON,
Supt. Pub. Schools, Lincoln county
Take Notice. All persons knowing
thctn:clvcs to bo indebted to me, cithtr
by note or book account, aro hereby noti
God to come forward and settle the same
If not settled by Fobuary 1st, they will
ho put in the hands of a collector for
collection. I must have the money.
j. p. LYxorr.
M. T. Britton olls cruecrie as cheap
us any store in lroy, anil always keei
the best quality, iho Inchest market
prtco pant lor tiacoti eggs and country
produce of all kinds. Call and examine
his stock, and convince yourselves of the
superiority of hi? goods.
Moscow Mill. This mill is now
cood repair, with plenty of water, ant
can and icill do as good work as any mill
in the county, and cheajxr.
ulm3 LEACH & WING.
titled ciuso bv attorney and tile their poll
linn niiil ntn lnvtt In vncnllon of Court, (fitting
nuioni; other things that said detentlatiU are no.i
ten ilentu or tit State, anu at mai mej no no
rpiIIS UAKKUY WILL SUPPLY YOU WITH
Editor Ucrulil : My motive for wri
ting the communication directed to '''A'"
was not for the purpose of affronting any
ona unne'ecssarily, or to apply epitbots
unbecoming tbe dignity of a gentleman
but simply to show a proper indignation
at what I conceived to be an attempted
burlesque aimed at me. Sinco hiving
read Dr. Ward's article in tho last issue
of tho Disjtatch, and observed his duo
explanation relative to the communication
headed an ''Unprecedented self?acrino
ing physician," I am forced to regret that
I should have written anything that
could have been deemed an insult ; but
it is due mo to stoto in connection with
my regrets, that it was no overwecned
sensitiveness on my part that induced
me to give his writing the construction 1
did, for I can truly say that I knew not
the author of the article signed "Z,"
and was not olone in believing it was a
oarioature intended for mo. I assure
tho Doctor that it is foreign to my nature
to insult any gentleman without a cause
tonccived by me to be just, and cspe
cially ono belonging to the fraternity of
which I have the honor to bo a member,
Preferring the motto, " Tirtuti von arm
Mt" I willingly accept the Doctor's ex
planation and suggest that we shake
cauds over tho bloodless chasm.
January '25, 1873
The Times of Sunday fays the general
markets havo been characterized with
considerable firmness, and a good degree
of activity during tho week, and in many
respects values are higher and cloc hrm
with a tendency to still Higher Ugures
Light receipts, an actual laro consumpt
ivo demand, a liort interest 111 pomo
lines, and a speculative movement all
have produced tbo limitless noticeable
aud the upward tendency.
Flour yesterday was firm, ond prices
advanced 10,15c per brl on spring
grades, and 10'J0 per brl on winter, but
the advance cheeked tho demand, and
o'nly a moderate business was done.
A limit 3500 brie changed hands at S3,
83(5,7,10 for low grades to choice extras,
and 8310 for low grades to choice
Wheat was in small supply, both
spring and winter and under a fiood local
milling demand the market was fine and
higher. No. 2 spring Eat elevator solJ
at 81.25. By inspection in elevators,
this sidd. No. 3 red sold at 81,05, and
No. 4 icd Hast sido at S1.70.
Corn wns in good request, firm, octivc
and higher on huth side ot the river
No. 2 mixed and yellow sold curly on
this side at 4344c, but at tho close
(hero wcro no buvcrs at over 42fJT,43o.
On east traok No. 2 mixed and yellow
sold at 33io j yellow at 34o ; low white
mixed at mo, and iNo. z white mixcu at
Oats were hrm and unchanged ; rio.
mixed in bulk on cast track sold at 80c,
and rejected Venice elevator at samo
price Wo. U, seller tho mouth, soiu ai
SOio in St. Louis elevator, and lots by
sauiplo in warehouse sold at ill g 32c.
Kyo was mtctiva and entirely nomi
nal. B.irley was firmer and on medium
nual'tics, with sales of Nebraska spring
at tnn rango 01 40(000, as 10 quaiuy,
and Iowa so'd at 05o.
Hav is wanted and is firm, with sales
at 820 per ton for mixed, 822023 for
ctrictly pnuio, ond cuoico at sjj.ou
Hiuh wines firm at SOo. Tobacco firm
for manufacturers, but inactive and nom
nal for leaf: no supply. Cotton firmer
t lOlo for middling. Grocorics firm
and unchanged. Butter firm ond in do
raand for choice ; low grades dull.
We clip tho following from tho St
Louis Live Stock Reporter:
Our cattlo market for tho past week
has been simply deplorable : it being as
iind. if not worse, than any time last sum
mer. The week opened with a supply of
400 or more, stale cattlo brougiu over
IVnm tho week orovious. wnilo tno re
ceipts for this time of the year were large,
aggregating over u.uuu neau, wnicu, cum
Inn ntinn an already demoralized market,
in usQ a slant; phrase, "knocked the
bottom plum out," ond keeping tho peus
full of cattle for which thero was no do
mand. In quality, tho offerings were
better than tor some iiuie urns, cuieujr
fair t good butchers', for which there
was ouly a limited demand, and that at b
.Unlin,, of about 12i to 25o on last week s
prices. A tcaction'of tho Eastern mark.
ets, and tho delays and onsatulactory
n..nnn- in nhich stock trains are run
from Buffalo ond Pittsburgh to the hast,
caused indiffcrenco on the part of ship
pers, and a decline of 25- to 60o has bcoi.
nHuTiinnlni? praties. Mio
river i now clear of icoberc, and Vno
iibutlitllo diffculty hii io croeeiop
hny ihiau n fraction higher, t lie ro will be
but a Itcht trado done in tho cattle line
unt1ltho hog season is over. TI10 bulk
f slitppitic cattlo arriving passjd through
in Grst hands, as holders wcro not willing
to submit to tho abovo cited decline
prcferrinu to try their .fortunes farther
East. Tho pens are now lull ot unsold
cattle, principally butchers' stock and
half matured steers that aro too good for
Blockers, but not smooth enough tor the
Eastern marls. Interior shippers should
Lear in mind that there is only a limited
demand for butchers' cattlo ihh timo of
the year, and if they keep tho mifket
elultcd with theso crades, they must an
ucipate low prices. Uood matured cattle
aro in fair inquiry, but owing to glut of
undesirable crades, arc kept low. rriccs
ran co from 83 75 to 81.25.
j he Hog market, influenced by lighter
receipts and more encouraging reports
both from Chicago and Cincinnati, stiff
cued up from tho opening, closing lust
evenin" at nn advance ot lo to Joe on
light weights, and 30 to 40o oti heavy
and extra lots, iho avcraco opprecia
lion in values wis 2A to 5 cents in light
weights and rough lots, and 5 to lOo in
heavy and extra bunches. It will still
be (cell, however, that our market-la 4JA
to 4iAc lower on good bacon hogs than
tho eauio week last year. J he quality ol
hogs now coming lot ward is not as good
as a week or two back, and it is pretty
evident that tho "lion s back is broken
and that I torn this time onward moro sat
factory prices will be realized Kcpor'a
from Missouri, that portion of Illinois
ailj teeiit to St. Louis, and Kansas, urc to
the cllect that tho number ul good hogs
now in the country yet to coiuu forward
is small. Judsing from tho receipts in
Chicago and Cincinnati, the past week,
aud the steady advuuees in both cities.
especially tho latter, which has bc-n
buying in our own market, it is quite
evident that tho crop is about to run
short of tho climates of somo of our
most noted statisticians. Viewing the
situation from a common sonso standpoii.t
it is a matter of considerable doubt it the
whole W'ct will pack over 250 000 hogs
more during tho regular packing season
tli. in last. Indeed, without interior
points that havo not reported their p'ick
ing so far, havo cut much larger than
usual this season, ami tho reports that
are furnished for exhibition on 'Change
are correct, tho packing this year will be
but little if any larger than last year.
Interior shippers would do well to take
thincs coolly, as St. Louis bis already
packed largely more than last year, and
tho packers have become quilo inde
pendent. We quote, extra, average 280
to IIUO lb nt ; iioQl-i 01); irnod to prirno
50 to 7i) lbs , 111 s;i hOi-' UU ; light
weights at 83 04 7a.
the following ilciorlhed real cstnto, fltimto In
the county of Lincoln nnd tnto of Missouri, In
. .....I .1 . . . . f .,nitnh v T
Will JIHO EIIUlUHl'tl ijhhui. w p.v.iwi. iw, .,
townthlp 48 rango I wct, ond tho uulhcat
qunttcr of fcctlon No. 12 townhli 48 rnnjio 2
weet,finu too norincnai qunnsrui cvtuun ..u.
13 lownslllp -1H rungo nil, unl mo iiuuucn?i
qunrtcr ol Iho noithwcft qunttcr of section 12
tunnohlp 48 rnnfic 2 went, contnlninp In nil
157 87-100 ncrcj, and unlem you, tald defend
ants, lio nnd at pcur nt tlio next term ol vain
Court, which will ho begun nnd heltl ot
tho court Iioupo In tho town ot irojr on
tho 6rrl Mcndny nfler tho fourth Monday
In Ma'ch next, 187H, and answer or plead to said
ioiltluii, tho snmo will taken ns confesfed nnd
judgment rendered accordingly. And It is fur
ther nrucriu mat a copy ncrcn uo puuiisueu in
llio Lincoln County llcrulil, a new a cr prinicu
and published In tho State, for four wetkj mo
cotslvely ni by law required nnd continued.
Atttcst: a. wui.umu, .icrn.
i?tato of Missouri, 1
Countv of Lincoln. I
I, M illl.im Colbert, Clerk of tho Circuit Court
of raid county, ecltify Ihnt Iho nborc and fori-
going is a correct cnpy nf the record of said order
in said enuso, ns tho snmo remains of record In 1
...... niv saiuouicu. iiucia lUJ llim
Si: AI. ns'Clcik and tho soil or said Coutt.
nt ofiicc in Troy, Mo..lhN the ISth
dnv of January, 187J. Wm. COI.HIIUT, Clk.
jnnl'JrU By J. Iliu.ni, Ikputy.
TilOUXIHIiL & Bl'SWELLj Propr's.
Crump & WING
THEY KEEP THE
BEST OF GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
lints nil Caps,
Ladies lloso and Steel Traps,
FAACY IS OATH,
fTMlIS is n Orst-cla's hotel, furnithe 1 In good
1 stj le nnd its tubto puiinlliid with tho best tho
market afford. Strnngcrs stopping In Troy will
tind hern nil tho comforts of lioinn.
Tho UAH is stocked wi'h Blrictly prlmo Li- i
quors, hueii as Urnndles, Whiskies, Wines, Ale,
Uln, etc.; also luo Uuest urnnus ot vignrs,
STHAY NOTI CI.
IAKKN IM'hy (leoigoW Wliitcsidcs of Union
L township, 1 red loan steer, 1 year old, crop
In rig t year, branded C on Iclt hip, nnd np
praised nt $9! I whlto ttccr, red ears, j enrs
old, crop and undciMt In Iclt ear, cinp In right, I
at praised at 20 dols.; I black roan heller, 1 year .
old, crop in right c.ir, 10 iloN.; 1 slcer, red sides I
wtllte li.ICK, i llols. i 1 rcu nciiir, i years oni,
slit in left car, underblt In right, 10 dols., by W.
Whitc-idcs and It. farks beloro SI, Ul. cr-
ditr.J. 1 nip
TAKLN" Ul by Henry J. L'ckcrt of Union
towuchip, a sorrel hotso abuut 14 years old,
IS linnds hiL'h. left bin down, four whlto legs.
Male la forehead, appraised at 30 dols. by A. II.
Willluiin and Luther ti u.on icioro m. v. u.
Vcrditr, J. I'. ulJl
TAKKN Ul by f- A. Lnruo of Monroo town-
sliip, a bay lilley, 2 years old last spring, both
hind teet white, small whlto spot on outsido of,
both foro leet. Apprnised at oa uoi.. oy donn
Aleher und Hichnid Hay bclore A. Y. lliown,
Justice of Iho l'coco. n2p
TAKKN UP by Thomas II. Slavcns i f Bedford
township, n brown marc la!j hands high, small
star In forehead, 4 years old, and appraised nt
Oil dols. by John M.Klnvcns and Thomas M.
Ilibson before J. U. Wilt, J. 1. n2M
TAKE.V Ul by Il.ivld Stoolo of Hurrieano
lownthiti. a liclit bav maro li years old next
siirini.'. smnl! whlto fiiot in forehead, about I4'i
hnnds high anil nppralscd at 41) doN. by John L.
Iluwnrd and Jotin u. Hells uciuro uavm aucii,
Jii8lioo of the Pence. n2.M
Suit on Contract.
Tho at.rinis nnd summer season will toon bo
horo, and In older to make It profitnblo to my
customers by furnishing thorn bread cheanor thnn
they ho hcrotofyre been nblo to got . , I will
sell tickets, each ot which will bo good for u ten
cent loaf of bread, at tho nito of 1 for$l, thus
giving f 1.30 north of bread for a dollar.
MY STOCK OP
li LARGE ANU V tltlKD, AXIU KUUl'
T1IK PIXKR QUALITIUS AS
WELL AS STICK CAKUIKS.
Jho, Fig, Ii(titin$, rfr., and all hindt oj
Calm Pound, Spnugr, Lemon,
AUhindstif Cakit and l'tittriit made to GLOVES AND HARDWARE,
vrdtr. Ml orders should be given at A cica-ccj
lent two days in adcanrc. I MOLAbSEo,
SIEGEL & B0BB1CENTS,plECECOODS'
SCOOP SHOVE LM,
And well, it's no use io name any
can jurntsn you luitn anything yon
Wholesale and Betail Dealers
cas and" coal-oil
ii pg and irrriivcis
PL UMBERS' MATERIALS.
Plumbing, Un and Steam
Fitliiiir done in all their
furnished lor ila and Coal
Oil Fixtures (o light
u jTIaeliines put up to!
light public Buildings and
warranted to give entire
A Large stock ol Fancy
Articles, Excellent Holiday
187S. 187. 1873.
A First Class Sews
Order ol Publication.
David T. Waddy, lTff,
Chcitor S. llatci, Dof
NOW at this day cotnes tho plaintiff In tho abovo
entitled cnuse, ond flics Ills petition aniTaO'i
davit, in wication of Court, statins amona other
things Hint said (Ufcndunt, Chester S. Untes, i a
non-resident of this State, and asks that ho be
notified by order of publication. It Is thcrcforo
ordcrcil by llio Clerk aforesaid In vacitlon that
publication bo made notifylns hltn (said dtlend-
ant) that nn action has been commenced against
lit in by petition in the Circuit Court of Lincoln
county, Mlssouil, founded upon a contrnct for
tho sum of Fivo thousand flvu hundrod nnd fifty
dollars with Interest and cost, ond to enforce
vender lien on tho following described real is
tuto, to wit : Lot No. 1 in the southwest quar
tcr of section No. 31 township d'J ranuo 1 west
of tho jlh l'.'.M., contnlnlng 8U acres; alto lot
No. 2 In tho saino section, township and range,
containing 80 ncress : nl.to lot No. 3 in snmo
section, township anil range, containing n.i l.'-Ji "
acres ; also the cast half ot southeast quurtcr of
section No. 1, township 49 range 3 west of tho
5th 1'. M., containing oU aores; also tho norm
nest quarter of tho northwest quarter uf scctioi
A of township 48 rnngo I wost, ciilitulnlng
50 13-100 acres, and 30 03-100 acres in the north
east quarter of tho no-tuwest quarter ol siction
six in township 48 range 1 west of tho 5th 1'. M.
anu the northeast nu-rtcr of tho northeast quar
ter of section No, I township 48 rango 2 wofiol
tho 5th P. M.f containing 40 7A-100 acres, tuoro
or less, all being in tun county cf Lincoln ainro
said, and that unless you, nid delcnd.mt, bo nnd
appear at ifto next term oi sain uouri, to uo oo
gun and held at tho court house in tho town ol
Troy in said county on tho first Monday after
tho fourth Monduy in .March next, 1873, and on
or before tho third dny thereof, If tho torm shall
so long continue, nnd if not, then before tho end
of tho tcttn, and answer or plead to sold octltlon,
tho snmo will bo taken ns confessed und judgment
rendered against you, nnd said property bo sold
1 1 satisfy same j and it is further ordered that a
copy heroof be published In the Lincoln County
lleiald, a puhlio newspaper printed In tho State,
for four weeks, successively us by law required.
Attest: Wm. Coldkut, Cloik.
Stato of Missouri, 1
County of Lincoln, J
I. William Colburt. Circuit Clerk within and
for said county, do certify that tho foregoing
order of pvblicatlon is a full, trao and correct
copy as tho snmo appears or record in oook ii
pngo oi mo origiom louium
SKAL- leeorded. Ai witness ray hand as
Ctciknnd tho seal of said Court at
office iu Troy tho 20th day of January, 1873,
WM. COLUKHT, Clerk.
Jan29n4 By J. IIillkb, Deputy.
Store, 203 N. Fifth Street,
ST. I.OUIS, MO.
TAKEN UP by Win. Lnwson of Nineveh tp.,i
ndiirk iron innro ubout 5 jenrs old, some saddle;
nnd harness marks, 15JJ h inds high, one shoo on i laeSC(ltS, at Cost.
leu lore iooi, niiii hj piuieiu in i" wuir., ...cu
whlto miro 10 or, 12 ymrs old, has harness marks,
shod all round, 15 hnnds high, and appraised at
25 dols. by II C. Heeds and lsaso (.uhill before
itobert (Junrton, J. P., Jan. 3, '73. n2.M
TAKEN UP by J.O. Kimoroof Nineveh town
ship, a deep red steer 3 years old last spring,
marked spilt in right car nnd hole in left, brand
ed J on left horn, nppraisid at 20 dols. Also a
black aid white steer 3 jenrs old last spring,
marked crop off left ear, branded T on left horn,
appraised at 2n dols ly W. W. Shaw nnd C, C.
Wade beforo 1). A. (Jilllland, J. P. u2
TAKEN UP by Alexander Miller of Monroo
township n black colt two years old, with right
hind foot white, appraised at 25 dols , by Jerry
Ui.bton and Jns. liaktr, boforo Wm. Jowcll, Jus
tice of the Pinco. n3.M
TAKEN UP by W. A. Shuck of Hurrleauo
townsh'p n whlto cow 7 years old, red cars,
marked swallow lork In left ear aud undcrslopo
in light, npprai'ed at 111 dols. by Jno. F. Iiiown
and Sum'l N. Mooro beforo John C. Donning,
Juetlco ol iho Piacc. ti3M
I?OULD Inform her patrons and tho publlo
that shn will reniovo her School from tin
houso on Mnin street 1 1 tho Ch istiaa Iustitut
w litre sho will ro-upen her scoool on
Wednesday, January 1st, 1S73.
Miss Slunrt hones to merit n tliuro of imtron
ngo ly her unremitting endeavors ti improvo
those elnlilien wliu nru inirusieu io iut cure.
t li it sis van sussmi.n ok five
Senior Classc 2"'00
Junior Classes "
P'iirury Classes 10.00
I be Urnamentai lirnncnes win uo cnargcu
us customurv in schools, college. Ac.
Incidental chariro (luo' 4o.) 1.00
Payments madcOne-half nt Iho cooimonce
incnt,'nnd Iho remainder at tho end of tho ses
sion of five mouths.
.ludgo Rom'! Watson and lady, St. Charles.
Judge Buckncr and lidy, " "
Dr. Saut'l Overall nnd lady, " "
J.AV. Iteduion and ludy, " "
Col. T. W. Cunningham, " "
Squiro Wheeler apd lady, Troy, Mo.
November 27, 1872. n48tt
THE MlSSOUltl KEPUBLICAN Is prerxred
to enter upon another journalistio year with rov
ncweil Igor nnil cnteipnse. Wo novo recently
added to ourestablish'ucnt all tho latest Improve
ments in tno printing business, including tno
fas est presses und the uintt coiupleto machinery
iu tho world. Wo havo likewiso secured ex ra
ordinary facilities for tho collection of tho lions,
a nil important qunrlers, nml for its prompt
transmission by tuiegraph. Our foreign and do-
mcsttu corrcponucneo uns been Increased, anu
uur editorial uss staneo augireutcd. Tho HE-
ruui.IUA.N now reels able to compete with nny
newspnper in the United States in tho extent
and variety of Its news, tho freshness of its cor
respondence, tho soundness nnd dignity of Its
editorials, tho reliability of its financial intelli
gence, tho character of Its Literary, Local and
miscellaneous features, and iu short tho various
dc ariments embraced Iu a first class news and
Tho ItUl'Uill.ICAN, as a political paper, is .
fearless aud Independent advocalo Liberal Dcui-
cratio principles. It is hound, however, by no
party lies initio support ot unworthy men, mt
by tarty discipline to any action It uavdecin tin-
niso or Impoltno. its utterances will echo the
sentiments of the popular masses as far ns Ihoy
can bo ascertained. Its main platform will be tbit
interest of the peoplo of tho Mississippi Valley.
and it will sock to enccurrgo Immigration, to de
velop natural resources, to promote improvement.
to auvanco Agricuituie, Aianutacturea am. aiid
ing, to cultivate tho economic arts, to elevate tho
standard ol general intelligence nnd morals. It
will stuillously strive, as in tho nast. to avobl
sensational and prurient journalism, and will
without sacriuctng spico una piquancy, aim to
uiaKo itscll worthy ul autnlsslun into tho purest
Tbo WEEKLY KEPUBLTCAN will contain
tho cream of the imii.y ismjks, CosntN-sxti ASH
cui.LKCTKo ExritKa.it.v von Tin: coumuY, and con-
mining the i.atich nkkr up to the time if going
io press, it win niso bo enlivened with a van-
el 'of inlsro llnneous mutter, and by tenures ot
interest to lo found only in this paper.
THE MISSOUM REPUBLICAN, published.
every morning, by mall, one year, $12. To clubs
BIRKHEAD & THORNHILL
Still have their Livery Stables on Cherry !.
the sign at tho brick livery itablo on Main street
to the contrary notwithstanding. Tbo original
Locledo Stables, by tho aboVe proprietors, are,
i they have always boon, a few doors east of
Wlthrow'i saddlo shop, where tho proprietors
will always bo pleisod to too their friends.
Buggies, horses and wagons to hire. Horses
boarded by day or week. l8u2
Subicilbc for the 1IUUALI. Ouly f I
For Good Turnouts
GO TO THE MUCK
ON MAIN STUEET,
Buggies and Hones to hire, Horses boarded
by tho day or week.
I also run a dally mall and passenger lino to
and from tho St. V. K. N. railroad. The hack
will leave Troy at 7 o'clock in the morning, mak
ing connection with both the Easlcra and West
ern bound trains. My backs and teams aro kept
in cood order, aud careful drivers manage them,
nSOtf JACOB 11AUTMAN.
Tho fiUIDE is" now pnblithed quarterly.
Cent pays for Iho year, four numbers, which
Is not half Ibo cot. Thoo who afterwards send
monev to the nmount of Ono Dollar or more foi
Seeds may also order 25 cents worth extra the
rtrlrniinlil for the (Initio.
Tbo January number Is bcautllnl, giving p ans of three, $34 j of ten, $100,
for making Kural homos, Designs for Ulnlng Ta- the TIU-WEEKLY, published Mondays,
lover of dowers. One Hundred end Fifty page, p i nvecopiesU ton copies 0O.
on fino tinted paper, some Five Hundred Kngra- THE WEEKLY, $2 a yo r, three copies $5,
vlngs oml a supcriitotorea rtate ana t-nromo flve cop'.es $8, ten copies fiftoon dollars, twonty
sand jnst minted In English and Ocrinan, aud copies twcntyfive doll.rs
ready to send nut.
JAMES VICK, Rochester, N. Y
Additions can be ra ide to clubs at any time at
clubratos. len per cent, commission allowed to
Agents getting up clubs.
Pupers not sent unless paid In adranco, and
Invariably dlsointlnued at tho end of time paid
Remittances can bo made at our risk In Drafts,
Post-oOlce Orders or ltegistcrcd Letters.
Ut'O. KNAPP & CO.,
St. Louis. Mo.
JVOTICB Is hereby glvon that letters ot ad
1 1 ministration were granted to the undersigned
nn the estnto or Bebecca J. Dutnphy, doo'd,;by
the Clerk of the Probate Courtof Lincoln county,
Mo., on Iho 13th day of January, 1873.
All persons having claims against said eslato
aro required tu exhibit them to tho administrator
for allowance wlihiu one year from tbe date of
said letters, or they may bo precluded from any
benefit of said estate, aud if not exhibited within
two years from the date of said letters they will
be forever barred.
JtnKaS JONATUAN DODSON, AdaTr.
Schnelle & Querl,
Havinq louoht out Cant. Coose,
I am prepared to furnish BJ2EF,
rOJUi, LAUD, iSdUiSAUMJ,
TURKEYS, CHICKENS, dc,
of the Lest qualitii,'and as I credit
but one weeic, 1 can ajford to sell
Cheap. Give vie a call, opposite
:ir1fett: LUMBER MERCHANTS,
Troy, Mo , Nov. 20, 1872.
Cur Naiu aud UcslrekaH Sis.,
of sari-- r.rkTTtsi. Ttr.
ORDEUB PllOMl'TleY FILLED.
EXECUTED July :i, 1871 ly.
With Neatness $5 to 20 xrae.orv.JC.rpr
pie of either sex, young or old, make mot. money
nt work for us in their spare uiouieuts. ot ill he
time, thsn nt anything tUo- Particulars tree.
Addrcii U, tJtiaif u & Co., Pvrtland, MolTrl6yt