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LOCAL AND COUNTY.
March set io with a Htioir.
Mr. B. D. Ellis organized Good
Templar LoJo at Now Hopo last week.
Don't forget tbut tbe Laelcdo Hotel
it tho placo to Mop wrien you come to
Troy. Comfortable rooms and good iVe
will greet you.
Er.srETn ANNia. Lotcrs of fiction
will find a very interesting original story
on tbo first f ago "A True Obost Story."
Wo hopo the author will favor ua often.
Matrimonial. Mr. W. W. Gillum
and Miss Sallie Jamison, of Piko county,
were married on tbe 20th ult., by Rev. J.
M. O'Brien, at the residence of the
Have you business at the Circuit
Court? If so, stop at the Laclede Hotel
and render your stay among us pleasant.
Messrs. Thornhill & Buswcll keep ono of
the best hotels in Northeast Missouri.'
Personal. Our young friend II. M.
Cornick loft us yesterday (Tuesday)
morning for St. Louis, to Gil a position
in the house of Mceisrs. Chase & Cabbott.
While among us he mado many friends,
whoso good wishes attend him in hit new
field. lie is a young man of fiuo hui
iicss qualities, and will work hid way up
in the city.
When you como tu court stop at the
Laclede Ilotcl if you wish pluasant quar
tcrs and tempting tables. Messrs.
Thornhill & Btuwell make it a point to
extend their guests all the hospitalities
of the season.
Los Anoeles. Our readers w.U Bud
an interesting letter jvti -fEo iirst page,
from Mr. ThpAjr-'i). Hancock, formerly
of thipto'unty, giving a graphic discrip
tiQ of Los Angeles Valley, California
its geography, climate, fruits and busi
ness importance; also telling what men
of industry and energy may engage in
thero. Tbo letter was written to Mr.
John M. Hunter of New Hope, who
kindly sent it to us for publication.
Tho spring term of tbe Circuit Court
commences on tbo fifth Monday of tho
present month. Tl.oso attending court
"ill find the Laclede Hotel an excellent
placo to stop. It has been enlarged and
fitted up for the accommodation of os
, many as may put up thero. Every atten
tion will be paid to guests, and their stay
f udo comfortablo.
We call attention to the card of Mess.
Wm. Matthews & Co., general comuiis
dion merchants, 202 S. Main street, St.
Louis. This firm pays special attention
to the salo of tobacco and grain, and our
producers may rely upon them attending
to all business entrusted to them in an
expeditious manner. Their affable and
cnergetio agent, Col. Edwards, is now
in the county soliciting trade.
A teacher in one of the public schools',
who had occasion to punish a pupil, re
ceived tho following letter a few days
Sho has sent it to us for pub-
Cirb, It., fc!. y, 18:3.
Eitilot Herald: ta jour Jajicr f tlie
Gib. ost. is a communication, signed
"Siottli West," Advocating an apptopriut
lion fcy tho County Court for tbo pur
pose ct constructing a tirnJuo across
West Cuivrc, at or near i'rcssley ford.
In my opinion, a tnoro suitable pluco
couldmot be selected for the convenience
of aII tartics living in tho northwest port
of the county. In tho first place it is n
main traveled thxroughfuro between this
purtioD of the county and St. Louis.
Wo have not only a direct routo from
I'rcssley ford to St. Louis, but also to
Troy, Wright City, and other points on
St. Louis, Kansas City and Northern
railway, to which places it is frequently
necessary for tho farmer to go, in order
to ship his produce, rcceivo supplies,
ngricultuaal implements &o., and tho
merchant to rcccivo his coods. Most of
tbo stock raised in this portion of tho
county is driven over this route, cither
directly to St. Louis markot, or to the
North MWiouti railroad to bo snipped
by rail. No part of our county is more
thickly populated than this, or moro pro
ductivo of grain and stock, or has a pop
ulation more energetic.
We experience many inconvonienco on
account of high water ; for instance, par
lies wishing to attend, court, delayed
mai's, &c. 'Our mails arc tbo only means
by which wo aro enabled to keep posted
in reference to tbo markets, and much
depends upon that, when the faracr is
ready to drivo his stock into market.
In selecting a site at I'rcssley ford fur
a bridge, thero are several advantages
presented, which perhaps could not bo
found at any other point on Cuivre,
rirst, wc do not havo to ascend a steep
blutl on cacn side, but m lieu, nave a
ood lovel road on either sido of the
stream, becond we havo good high
banks on each sido of the stresm, and an
abundance of good building rock convc
nicnt for building abutments. The
County Court could not perform a more
judicious scrvico tban to mako an appro
priatioo for a bridgo across est Cuivre,
whenever tho necessary petition is pre
sentcd to them, which 1 trust will be
done at the cnsuiug May term of court.
Although we aro groaning under hoavy
taxation, I feel assured that such an act
would, through necessity, meet with the
hearty appreciation of tho peoplo of tho
cntiro western portion of the county.
Did You Know, it 1
Know what ? That John 1. Lynott
is sole agent for Lincoln county for the
Champion lleaper and Mower, tho only
eoninlete lleancr and Mower in the
world ; also tho Black Hawk Cultivator,
riding or walking, wood or iron beam,
tho best cultivator made, sold and war
ranted. Cornplanter.8, one and two horse
Sulky Hay Rakes, Revolving Hay Makes,
Flnnt SH lenient. !
At.Ii porson. interested in the cstato of Til
ward F. Lovcll, deceased, aro hereby noti
fied that Ike undersigned, administrator of said
estate, will uiuko it final settlement ol lila ad
ministration thereof, at tlie next term of tho
Probato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to be lie
gun and hold In Troy on tho second Monday In
April, 1S73. m&l W. W. SHAW, Adm'r.
Final Settlement. .
k LL persons Interested In tho estate of Wll
CY Horn McClay, deceased, aro hereby notified
that tho undcrslcncd. administratrix of tald es
tate, wilt tnsko a final sutlleinent of her admin
istration thereof, at tbe next term of the Probate
Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to bo heiun and
held at tho court house in Troy, on tho second
Menday in April, 1873.
mo M ALINDA C. SicULAl , Adm'x.
ALL persons interested In tho ostato of Kilos
MoN'cally, deceased, aro hereby notified
that the undcrslencd. administrator of snid es
tate will mako a Deal settlement of his ndmln-
Istrarlon thereof, at tho next term of tho Prcba'.o
Court of Lincoln" county, Mo., to bo begun and
held at tlio court house in Troy on mo scconu
Monday in A)irl, 1373
ma n 11.1.1AM iuunu,ni.
NOTICE il hereby given that tho undersigned
administrators of tho cstato of John Pol
lard, deceased, will mako a final settlement
of their administration of said cstnte at Die next
term of the l'robalo Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., to be begun nnd held at the court hoiiso in
Troy on tho second Monday In April, 1873.
II. I'UllliSUll, I .,,.,.,
fcblfl 0. W. I'OLLAKD, , 'ldn" '
BY VIRTUE and authority nt a special exc
cullon, Issued from tho ofilco ef the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
roturnablo to tho spring term, 1873, ef tnlA
court, and to mo directed, In lavor of .John L.
Tuttlo and Marshal L. E.ilum an against Wil
liam -Morris, I have tovlcu upon ond so zed as
Iho properly of said William Morris too follow
I Ing described real estnto, to wit ! Tho south part
I of tho west fraconal part of tho southwest qr
of section No. 30, township rango 2 oust by
a linn running due cast and west, ami i win,
On Friday, April 4ih, 1873,
between the hours of nlno (.'clock In the fore
noon nnd five o'clock In tho afternoon of that
day, at tho court house door In the town of Troy,
Lincoln county, Mo., sell at publlo vendue for
cash to tho highest bidder, all Iho right, title,
claim. Interest, estate and property of tho nbovo
named Win. Morris of, In and to tho abovo de
scribed real cstato to satisfy said excutlon and
costs. mi T. M. CAllTlill, Sheriff.
TIY VIRTUE and authority of a general exe
JL cullon Issued from Iho oflico of tho clerk of
NOTICE Is hereby clvcn that tbo undersigned
administrator of tho estate of Henry Mc-
Mohill, deceased, will lnako a final settlement
of his administration of said estate at the next
term of tho Probato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., to be begun nnd held nt tho court bouso in
Troy on tho second Monday in April, 1873.
tOblZ THUS. A. IIALLEY, AUIU'r.
jVOTICE Is hereby given that tho undersigned
i 1 administrator of the estate of Orlgsby lllack-
aby, deceased, will make a final settlement of
thier administiation ol said estate at tho next term
of Iho Probato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to
bo begun and held in Troy ou the second Monday
in April, l!73.
feb28 J. WINSTON SITTON, AUin'r.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned
executor of the cstato of I.clty Sltton, dee'd,
will mako a final settlement of his administra
tion of said cstato nt Iho next term of tho Pro
bato Court of Lincoln county. Mo., to bo begun
and held in Troy on tho second Monday in April,
1873. rfcu201 J. W. S1TTON, Lx'r.
jvrOTICE is hereby given that the iitnlrigned
IN administrator of the estate uf Wm. lulmcir,
deceased, will iiiakuu final settlement of blind-
mlnltrntinn of said cstato at tho uext term of
the Probato Court of Lincoln county, Mo , to lie
the circuit court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
rcturnablo to tho spring term, 1873 of said court
and to mo dlroclod, In favor of Wm. V. Elder
and against James H. Mudd. I have levied upon
and soiled Iho Interest of James II. Mudd of, In
and to tho following described real cstato to wit:
Tho west half of tho southwest quarter, nnd
tho northwest quarter of tho northeast quarter,
botti in section :u, township ou rango j wesi
and also tho northwest qr of Iho southwot qr
and Iho wct half of tho northwest quarter,
both In section one, township 49 range 3 W,
and containing In nil 211) acres, and situated in
the county of Lincoln und S.ato of Missouri
and I will
On Fridiy, April 4th, 187.'1,
between the hours of nlno o'clock In the fore
noon and fivo o'clock In the afternoon of that
day, at tho court house door In tho town f Troy
Lincoln county, Missouri, sell nt p bllo vendue
lor casli to the lilglicit bidder all tlie rigm, line,
Interest, claim, estate nnd property of the above
named Jntncs II. Mudd i t, In and lo the nbovo
dc erlhol real estate, to satisfy said execution
ond costs. ImiJ T. M. CARTER, Sheriff,
pus nAKERY WILL supply you with
l.irrht. Healthful lircari,
Chetwcr than vou can make it, ami tave
you the vexation of often Bering all your (
Yeatland Uovgh turn out oxuuy.
Tho si.rlne and summer season will looh to
here, and In order to make It profitable to my
customers by furnishing them bread cheaper than
they havo herotofjr been able to get ; , I will
ell ilukntj. each of which will be good for a ten
cent loaf of bread, at tho rate of 13 tor $1, thus
giving $1.30 worth of bread for a dollar.
MY STOCK OF
IS LAHOE AND V HIKl), AND I KEEP
TUB FINER QUALITIES AS
WELL AS STICK CANDIES.
Also, Figs, Ilm'sins, Ac, and all kinds oj
IMKcsl ottntt, fijionge, liemon,
Tea. Scotch and Ginger.
All kinds of Cakts and Pastries made to
ordir. All orders should be given at
least two days in advance.
SIEGEL & BOBB
T)Y VIRTUE nnd authority of a special oxo
U cullon issued from the oflico of tho clerk of
tho circuit court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
rcturnablo lo Iho spring term, lbT3, of said
court, and lo lno directed In favor of John J..
Alexandor and against Albert U Garner, I havo
Iciied upon and seised ns Iho properly of s.ild
Albert R. (lamer Iho lollowlng described leal
estate situated In Lincoln county, Missouri, lo
wit: The northwest quarter of tho northwest'qr
ol section -o. .14, nnd tlie norincau quarter oi
tho northwest or of section No. 31, all in town-
ill p 50 range 1 cast, nnd southotst quarter of
the southwest qnif sco Ao. and Hie southeast
nr of the northeast nrof sco 2S, liolli in town
ship JO rongo 2 E; also norlhea-t qrof Iho S W
qr of section 28 township 50 rango S K, 40 acics,
und 1 will
On Friday, April 4th, 187.1,
between tho hours of nlno o'clock In the fore
noon and fivo o'clock In tho nflcrnoon of that
day at the court house door in tho town of Troy,
Lincoln Co., Mo., sell at nubile vmduo lorcjsh lo
Iho highest bidder, all tho rlghl, title, Interest,
Fprlilion Sale by Special
Robert Ricks, John W. Norton, Jamei II. Nor
ton, Joshua Ricks, Jane llosuan and Michael
I), llosraan her husband, Martha Rloks, Mary
Wilkinson, John RloVs, Itaohel Carty, Harriot
Mcks and Ster.hen Kicks her husband, Caro
line Greasaia and James Orcasai, Plaintiffs,
flonry C. Norton, Wit IsmNortin, Mary P. Nor
ton, Silly J Norton, Albert Taylcr, Ilillo
Taylor, Oscar Taylor, Hetty Taylur and Chariot
BY VIRTUE of an order of al. Issued frcm
the oBce of the Clerk of the Circuit Coutt
of Lincoln county, Missouri, In the above entU
tied cause, dated the 18thday or January, 1873,
t. lha underlined tpeelat commissioner, dulv
appointed by said eourt for such purpose, will, on
Wendeaday, the 2d diy of April, 1873,
between the hours of nine o'.lock in the foro-
noon and five o clock In the arternoon of that
day, at tho court house door In tbo town of Troy
In the county of Lincoln, st.le of Missouri, and
durir.is the sitting of the circuit couri, sell at
publlo auction to the highest bidder the follow
ing described real estate, situate In the said
county of Lincoln, Stale of Missouri, to wtt.-
First, Lot No. 1, consisting of the southwest
quarter nf section No. 21 . a'to 30 acres In tha
northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of
section 28, except 1 acre In southwest co ncr, in
which Is a grave yard, and 50 acres In east part
of northwest quarter of section No. 28, all in
township 50 range I east, and containing 210
acres, moro ,r lers, said tract being woll Im
proved, good dwelling nouso anu outbuildings,
and about 170 acres in cultivation.
Second. Lot No. 2, tho cast half of tho south
east quarter of section No. 21, township 50 rsngo
1 cast, containing en acres, more or less, about
55 acres of which aro In cultivation.
Third. Lot No. 3, Iho west half of tho north-
east quarter of section No. 2d towmhlp 50 rango
I east, containing SOacros, more cr less, all null
1'ourtb, Lot No. -I, tho west halfof the louth
nott quarter of section No. 2V, containing 80
acres, well timbered, in township 50 range 1 east,
Fifth, Lot No. 5, Iho ca"l half of Iho south
east quarter of srelion No. ;'0 township 50 rango
1 i-asi, containing 80 acres, woll timbered, and
ConlaitiitiR iu u'l TiGO Acrc9.
Z Tho nbrvfi land wtlt be sold In lots as abors
specified, and on tho fo'lowing terms ; On i
third cash, one third in one year, and one th r 1
In two years, sal I deferred payment to bear In
terest at the rate of ten per cent par annum
licm date, to be sccuicd by dee 1 of trust on lb J
I ropcrty sold. A. V. "McKEE,
feb20 Fprclal Commissioner.
SIJEKSEIi & BOBB,
Wholesale anil Retail Dealers
CAS AND COAL-OIL
FIFE AU'D FITTINGS
begun nnd held ut tho tourt house in Trey ou tho claim, estate and property of Iho nbovo named
second Monday hi April, 1S73. Albert R. Onrncr of. In and tn the above do-
J. IV. aillU, AltlUr. EeiUIVU ItHl WI.IU, tw r..... v......
Misn T I will now inform yon why I
did not let sallio go Back to school to
you it is on account of .Miss treatment
you have not dun a lady act in treating
her the way you did no lady or no ono
with one drop of lady principal would
treat a little Uirl as you did this I would
have to'd you when 1 went after her
Hooks if you had not looked so sncakin
mean and gilty if you felt as mean ns you
looked you inunt have been misarblo I
oould not make a comparison of you I
think vou new vou had dono a mean
trick and if you say anything els you tell
a lio and you know it you are not fit to
teach a whito child so I think you bad
Better apply foro a 6chool of colored
children this I suppose would suite you
Better or at loast I think so all 1 regret
is that an irish yankce fool had tbe
pleasuro of misusing a child of mine if
vou say sallio deserved the treatment you
gave her you tell a lie and the truth is
not in you or any ono that will say it
tako this as you please I havo not said
si word But what I can ay to your fuco
OnrAT Bargains I Large ReduC
tion in Prices I Having tooloso up tho
partnership business of Jackson & Uutt
I offer great inducements to persons
buvinif coods in tins market. Jcrms bo
ing positively cash, I can toll goods
theaner than thev can be bought elso
where. All persons indebted to the firm
of Jackson & Hutt are urgently fe-
jaeted to come forwurd and settle cith
QEO.S. HUTT, Adm'r.
To Teachers. Notice is hereby
aiven that I will, in accordance with the
chooi law, hold publlo examination of
teachers at ttie court nooso iu ruy vu
the first Saturdav of everv month. All
DDlications for certificate- must bo nade
on tfceso days. Teachers will please bear
this in mind. JOHN WILSON,
Supt. Vol. Bohools, Lincoln county
James N. Dinsmorodicd of Bncumonn
ioar-f!lnrlfYillft. Feb. 18th. 1873. No
wa born in Nloholai countv. Kehtuoky,
united with ihofWord Christian ohuroh
nd was baptised July 18th, 1818, lived
a consistent mambor and died triumph
nnt, at tho ace of 71 years, ten mouths
and ono day.' Sentinel.
11 kinds of Plows, Cidor and lud
Mills; tho Newton l'arra Wagon, nest
and cheapest iu the market. All kinds
f Hardwaro and Stoves at bottom prices.
Store on Main street. Trov, Mo. nCw3
Thuy. Mo, Aunust28,1870.
I havo used a "Wheeler and Wilson
Sowinir Machine 11 years. I consider
it tho best family machine now in use,
The Qualities that recommend tho ma-
chino are silcuco. speed, ease of manage
ment, durability and quality ot worK
dono. 1 would advise all persons want-
iric a machino to buy a heeler and
Wilson. Mrs. E N. Bonfils.
S. It. LOVING. Accnt. Troy. .Mo. nS
I havo bad tho Wlteoler & Wilson
and tho Singer Sewing Machines on trial
. t i ,.;!
and cavo cacn uiacuinu an iiuimi iui ,
linvo nurchased the Singer, and take
pleasuro in reoommending the machine
o my trienus. Messrs. ruuer .
linns will take pains in instructing any
one, whether tbey contemplate purcuas
incv nr nnt.
r . t i t i i -
(iiTioa two doors soutn ot naoieuu
This statomont was made the 20tu ot
Feb . 1873 : not Auc 28th. 1870
' r i-i kl nitITf D
Mrs. rt. uu.riuo.
Resignation of ExrxulorMliip.
rOTICH Is hereby elvcn tJ all rattles oo
I corned that tho undersigned, Kxcculor of
the will of John A. Pitton, ilec'd, will apply nt
tho l'robato t ourt of Lincoln county, .Mo., at mo
next reffulur term thereof, to wit, at iho Anril
term lb7;l. for nermlsion lo rcslun his letters
testamentary, granted In him on tho etulo of
said ilccensd. n2 O. (1. WILSON, lis r.
Order of Publication.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned,
administrator of tho estate of Juincs Wil
liam, deceased, on the 17th diir of Januury, at
tho Junuaiy term of the Probate Court of Llueuln
rounty, Mo., lor 187:1, filed his petition ns such
administrator for tho salo of tho real estate !
said deceased, or so much thereof as may be
necossary In pay tho debts duo by said deceased,
accompanied by tho lists nnd Inven'orlcs re
quired by law, and Hint unless Iho contrary be
snown an oruerwiu oo mnuu lor liiu piu m sum
real eslato at tho April term of said Probate
Court fur 1&73, which term will bo begun nnd
held nt tho court house in Troy, Mil, on the
second Monday In April, 1S73, when nnd
whera all persons Interested in said estate will
appear nnd show cause why said order f ule
should not be granted.
iu5n9 lUliULlllCK WI.NU, Aitnrr.
T. M. CARTER, Sheriff
Y VIRTUE nnd authority of o special oxo-
D eulinn, issued from tho ouico of the Clerk
of tho Circuit Court of Lincoln county, MU'uurl.
rcturnablo to tho spring term, 1873, nf said
court, and lo me directed, in favor of m. A
Ilrown nnd against John 1). Drown, I have levied
unon and seised ns Iho property of Iho said J no.
II. Ilrown, the following described real cstato,
to wit : Tho urdlvlded fourth part of tho N I
quarter of tho southeast quarter of section 26,
nnd tho cast half of the northeast quarter of
lho northwest quarter ol sec 24, nil in 1 owns nip
ID rango 2 nest, in iiincoin county, Missouri,
and I will
On Wednesday, April 2J, 1873,
b"tween tbo hours of nine o'clock In tho fore
noon nnd five o'clock in tho afternoon of thnt
dav. nt tho court bouso door In tho town nf
Trov. Lincoln count-. Mo., sell nt public vcuduo
to tho highest bidder for cah, all t'jo right, title
interest, claim, e'tatonnd property of the abovo
named John 11, Brown, of, in and to Iho nbovo
described real estato In salls'y said execution
and costs. m5J T. M. CA11TEH, fchcriU.
V Y VIRTUE nnd authority of a spcciil exo-
D cuti'in Issued from the oftice of tho Clerk of
Iho Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
rcturnablo to tho spring term, 1H73, of said
court, nnd to mo directed, In favor nt t. r
cullon. Issued from the oflico of tho Clerk of Qnin cv and against Isaao W. Palmer, I havo
Plumbing:, Gas ami Steam
E'lttiu done in all Ilicir
liNtimalct and DESlUftS
fiirnifctied lor Has and Coal
Oil rixtures to lijiht
CHI K dii;v
Cas ItKacliincR nut nn lo
light public IIuildingN, and
warranted to rive entire
A fargc Mock ol Fancy
m j - - a m
iiii'iicieN. K.xceiieiii. aauiiuay
I'rcscrits, at Cost.
Store, 203 N. Fifth Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
M. T. Bntton soils crocones as cheap
i nnw tnra in Trov. and always keeps
. j , , . i..
the best quality, me nignesi, uiii.bi
price paid lor bacon et'iiR ana couinry
nroduce of nil kinds. Call and examine
. . . , .
MY VIRTUE and authority of a general exo
tho Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
roturnablo lo tho spring term, 1873, of said
court, nnd to me dlrcctod, In favor of Cyrcneus
Lav and against Aleivinn stout, 1 tnvo levieu
. " . . 1.1
upon ana seizcu ns me property oi mo rum
Mclvina Stout, Hie louoning uescrioeu rem
estate, situated in Lincoln county, Missouri, to
wit: Lot No. 4 survey 1648, township 11 ra:go
t east, 43 29-100 acres , lot No. 5, survey IMS,
township 51 rango 1 eist, 41 24 100 acres in
all 81 53-100 acres, and I will,
On Saturday, April 5th, 1S73,
between tho hours of nlno o clock In tho lore-
noon nnd fivo in the atlornoon ot that nay, nt
Iho court house door In tho town of Troy, Lin
coln county, Missouri, sell at public vendue lo
the highest bidder for cash, all Iho right, title,
interest, claim, eslato and properly of the above
named Mclvina Stout of, In and to the abovo
describe 1 real estate, to satisfy said execution
and costs. ImS T. M. CAR I KU, snerin.
By VIRTUE nnd authority of a special exe
cution issued from tbe offico of the Clerk cf
the Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
returnable to tho spring term, 1H73, of said
court, and to me directed, in favor of Susan Per
kins and ogalnst retcr uassaaay, i navo lovieu
upon and seised as tho property of said Peter
Cassaday, tho following doscribed real estate, to
wit: Tbo south half of tbe southeast quarter
of section No. 30, 80 acres, and tho southwest
quarter of tho southwest quarter of section No.
n.. tn - ..II 1K .nwn.Mn Wa JO nt rnnirn
No. I cast, tltuattd In Lincoln county, Mo.,
and I will,
On Saturday, April oth, ltsid,
between the hours of nine o'clock In tbo fore
noon and fire o'clock In Iho afternoon of t hat
levied ppon and selied ns tho proper y of the
said Isaao W. Palmer, the following described
real cstato to wit : n- rlhwcst quarlernorthwcst
nr, section 8, township 50, rango 2 b, situated
in tho county of Lljcoln nnd Slate of Missouri.
and 1 will
On "Wednesday, April 21, 1S73,
hetween Iho hours of nine o'clock In tho foro-
noon and five o'clock In the afternoon of that
day, at the court hoiiso door In tho town of Troy,
Lincoln county, Mo., sell nt public vendue for
cash to tho h irhcst b'diler. all llio right, title,
Interest, claim, citato and prcparty of Ihoaboie
named Isaao W. Palmer of. In and to the abovo
described real estate, to satisfy said execution
and costs. m51 I. 31. UAUi i.it, sneriu.
Sheriff's Sale in Partition
William II. Mays, Richard J. Mays, John S.
Mavs. Laura J. Crank and John A. Crank her
husband. Susan Crunk and John Crank her
husband, Martha Hawkins and L. 11. Hawkins
her husbaud, Sarah Clendenny and Cornelius
Clcndenny her husband, John Kitson und
E'lia Kitsun, Plaintiff,
Alvnra E. Settles. Llulo L. Fettles, James Kit-
.nil ml neniumin Kitson. Ilefendunts.
Y VIUTUK nnt nutnoruy oi on oruer oi
sale, issued from the omce ot tue Clerk oi
Iho Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
dated January 14tb, 1873, in tho above entitled
eause, I will, on
Tuesduy, the 1st day ot April, 1H73,
between tho hours of nlno o'clock In tho foro
nnnn an d fivo o'clock in tho afternoon of that
dav. nt the court bouso door in tho town of
Trnv. Lincoln uounlv. Missouri, sell Iho follow
In,. it,.rrllied real estate, situated In Lincoln
county, Missouri, ntpibllc veiidueto the highest
aaoa $ tois
Suit on Contract.
lno nftlm . . r .... ,f iuw in Hi lieu nnluir at t he louitli seouon
his StocK, ana convince juuii'" I ilay, at me court nouie aoor in uie muni ' , , " ' .7 T,, , line of section No section
aimerioritv of hif Coods. Lincoln county. Missouri, sell at publlo venduo comer
-M M . n him lino, ranee 1 east of tboSth acres
r . j for cash to tbo lilgtiosi umuer, an me rigiu, - -. -i- "7. -. V i,ui, l,li section No
TI . ,i : ,i. lt...., llm ..lal. nml nrnnertv of tha lirinciliai luiliumu ,i.ii.u, .. ... . ....
MOSCOW WILL. i UlS mill is A T' V, ,f" 0l S an I to the oak 18 Inches In diameter bears S deg. west
1 !. l,h nlonto nf water, and n?0V8 ,nam e " ."V y... ' r. 71, 1 ... .m Ink. distant.thonoe W 20 chains Hid 14 links w
Joseph M Heady and Jane S. Heady)
Perry 11. Smith and Chester S. Rates j Contract.
rVJOW hero come Iho plaintiffs tn the abovo en
IN titled c.iuso by attorney and filo their not!-
tion and ulll Iavit in vacation of Court, stating
among other things that said defendants arc noti
residents of this State, and ask that they bo no
tified nt tbe commencement ol tins si'.it by order
oT tublicallon. It Is tlicreroro ordered tu
Cletk aforesaid In vacation that publication hn
mauo iiotirylng them sald uctaniiants) Inat an
action has been commenced ng.iinst them by po
tition in tho cucult tourt oi Lincol touuty.
Missouri, founded unon a cuntrnct, the object
and general nature of which is to obtain judg
ment lor (no sum ot 9t,iV4,'ju, with interest aua
costs nf suit, and to onforco vender's lien upon
the following described real cstato, eltuato In
the county of Lincoln nnd state of Missouri, t
wit: Tho southwest quarter of section No. 1,
to vnshln 43 rango I west, nnd tho southeast
quarter of section No. 12 township -18 r.mge 2
west, .ina ino normeasi quuriorgni seciinii ,io.
3 tow nstiip 13 riugo 2 woi, nnu ino noriueisi
quarter ot the northwest quarter of section ii
tuwiisnip is runge i wesi, eoninmiug in un
557 b7-i00 acres, and unless you, said defend
ants, bo und appear at the next term of said
Court, which will bo begun and held at
tho court hou'o In tho town of Troy on
tho first Monday after tho fourth Monday
In March next, 1373, ond answer or plead to said
retition, tlio same will taken as i-onlusseil ana
judgment rendored accordingly. And it Is fur
ther oraercii ilia: a copy ncreoi uo puoiirncu in
llio Lincoln county iierum, a newsnnper printea
and published in tbe Stato, for four weeks suo
cossitcly as by law required and continued.
Atticst: ni. voLHmr, vicru.
Stote of Missouri,
County of Lincoln, I
. it illiam Colbert. Cleric or tbe circuit coun
of said county, certify that tho abovo and furt
goiijg Is a concct copy of tho record of said order
iu said cause, as the same remains of record in
my said ollice. ii itnos s my banu
.KAL as Cleik and tho seal of said Court,
at oflico In Troy, Mo., this Iho 18th
day of January, 1873. Wm. COLUKUT, Clk.
jaiiZtln ny J. iiii.lkk, iiepuiy.
TAKEN UPby Oeorge W Whltesldes of Union
township, I red roan sloer, 1 year old, crop
in rig t year, branded Con loit bip, and up
praUeil at $9! 1 white (toer, red ears, 3 years
old, crop and underbit in lolt car, u;op in right,
itppriiiscd ut i0 dols.i 1 black roan heifer, I year
tihi, crop in right ear, 10 doll.; 1 steer, red tl los
while oacK, izuois.i i reu lienor, years oii,
slit in left o ir, underbit in right, 10 dnls., by W.
Wbite.ldcs and 11. forks beloro at, UL. er-
dicr.J. l nip
AKEN UP by Henry J. Eckert of Union
towu.tiip, a sorrel horse about u years old,
15 hands I1I2I1, left hip down, four whito legs.
blaze 1j forehead, appraised at 30 dols. by A. 11.
Williams and Luther Wilson loloro i. v. u.
Verdler, J. P. ulM
TAKEN UP by S. A. Larue of Monroe town-
ihln. a bay til ley, 2 years old lust spring, both
hind Icet white, small white spot on outside of
both fore lect. Appraised at 03 dels, by John
Archer and Richard Ray belore A. Y. Ilrown,
Justice of the Peace. n2p
TAKEN UP by Thomas It. Slavcnsif Bedford
township, a brown tnaro 15K hands high, small
star In forehead, 1 years old, and appraised at
60 dols. by John M.SIavens and Thomas 'M.
Gibson beioro J. It. Witt, J. I . Mil
TAKEN UP by Divld Stoole of Hurrloano
township, a light bay mare 3 years old next
spring, small whito spot In forehead, about IJJi
bands high aud appraised at 40 dais, by John L.
Howard and John C. Wells before David Allen,
Justice of the Peace. n2U
TAKEN UP bv Wm. Lawson of Nineveh tp .
a dark iron mare about 5 years old, some saddlo
and harness marks, hinds high, one shoe ou
left foie loot, ei, il armaisin at TU dols.; also 11
whito mire 10 or, 12 y-.ars old, has harness marks,
shod all round, IS nanus high, nnu appraised at
25 dols. by II. C. Reeds and Isaio v.ublll beforo
Robert Quarlbn, J. P., Jan. 3, '73. nZ.M
TAKEN UP by J.C. Elmore of Nineveh town-
ship, n deep red steer 3 years old lost spring,
marked split iu right ear and hole in left, brand
cd J on left hun, appraised at 20 dots. Also s
black a d White steer 3 )rars 01a nisi spnng,
----- I ,,.
,' ., 1 3 AL- nm mnv mill
can ana tout ao an puuu - -j
in the county, and cheaper.
On the 3d Jnit., ROBERT WILLIE, infant
on of 11. D. and Delia Walton, aged 5 months.
At Clarkavllle, on the 1st Inst., of consuinp
tion, HENRY BAILEY, aged 30 years.
Wm, Matthews & Co,,
202 S MAIN ST..
ST. LOUIS. MO,
tion and costs. n5 T. M. CARTER, Sheriff.
BY VIRTUE and authority of a special exe
cution issued from theofiica of the Clerk of
tbe circuit court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
returnable to tho spring term, 1873, of said
court, and tome directed, in lavor 01 John j.
Alexander, and against Albert R. Garner and
Joseph H. Melntosh, I have Icvledupon and
seite 1 as the property of said Albert It. Garner
and Joseph II, Mcintosh the following described
ical estate, to wlti The northwest quarter of
the northwest quarter nf section N . 34, and tbe
northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of
section No. 34, both in township 50 range one
east, and southeast quarter of tbe southwest
quartet of section No. 28, and the southeast qr
of the northeast quarter of section 28, both in
township 50, range z east; also 1110 noiiueast
quarter of the southwest quarter of soctlon 28,
township 50, rango 2 east, 40 acres, and I will
On Friday, April 4th, 1873,
between the hours of nlno o'clock in the fore
noon and fivo o'clock In the afternoon of that
dsy, at the court house door In the town of Troy,
Lincoln county, Missouri, .ell at publlo vonduo
for cash to the highest bidder, nil tho right, tltlo
interest, claim, estate and property of the above
ilarnorana josepu 11. aieiu-
stone on the norm line oi sum hciwu u. ,
r.nm vhleh stone a black walnut 4 luetics In dl
.motor l.enrs south 83 digrees east 2 links
distance, thence eost with north boundary line
r .-Minn 3. 20 chains and 14 links lo the north
oast corner to said section 3, a tono frcm which
an old marked white oak 20 Inohos in diameter
bears rortli 21 degrees cast 10 link distant, nnd
,i 14 Inehus bears south 66 degrees wost 31
links, thence south with east boundary line of
said section 3, 40 chains and 15 links to the
place of beginning, con'alnlng a supcrfices of 03
acres and 11-100 of an acre, and being the east
half of tho northeast fractional quarter nf said
section 3, township ol, range 1 east, nnu is reii
toil ns lot No. 1 on tho nlat In the di
vl.l,,,, Imiwren the heir, of llenrv Mavs, dco'd.
ind unon tbe following terms, to wit t One hulf
cash, and tho remainder on a credit of twelve
months wltn apprveusccuriiy, ami we per u in,
Interest from uy ot saie.
Order ot Publication
David T. Waddy, Pl'ff,
Chester S. llntcs. Deft.
O W at tins day comes the plaintiff In tUeabove
entitled eause. nnd files hisiietition and a01-
ilailt. in vacation of Court, stating among other
llmt said defendant. Chester H. Dates, is a
non-resident of this Slnte, and asks. that he be
notified by order of publication. It is tberetoro
ordered bv the Clerk alorcsald in vacation that
publication be mudo notifying him (said delend
mil) that nn acllun has been commenced against
hliu by ctuion In tho Circuit Court of I incoln
countv. Missouii, founded upon a contract fur
the sum or t ivo thousand nvu nuiiuren anu liny
dollars with Inleiest and cost, and to enforce
vender's Hen on tho fo lowing descrlbod real cs
tale, to wit: Lot No. 1 in tho southwest quar
lor of section No. 31 township 40 range 1 west,
of the 5th P. M., containing 8U acres; also lot
No. 2 in tbe samo section, township and range,
contniiilug 80 acress s also lot No. 3 In sauo
, tawnsnlpnnu range, containing n.i j j-iuu
also tho cast half ot southeast quarter of
1, township 40 range i west ct tne
.....nL. Uil ..... i nl..i llm nn.lk.
st quarter of the northwest quarter of soctlon marked crop off lett ear, branded 1 on li h horn,
of township 48 range 1 west, ountalnlng appraised a t 20 dols ly W. W. fahaw and O, C.
Ullllianu, -i. i . u
cast quarter cf tho no-thwest quarter uf section TAKEN UPby Alexander Miller of Monroa
six In lownsnip in rango i wesi ui iuo via i . -i. township a black con ihu years om, nnu ugut
. .. io. .i. n n inunsii n 4n ran ire i wusi. onainiiiioir ni'i'
to a stone In the uno uiviu ng w uuu owuu . n.T.lOJrfiin ihn .rtl." ade before U. A
f . ikunnn nnrllt An th&Ti II 11(1 10 1II1K8 tO II I wv' i 7 '
nnmi Allien It
Xnenint rttt.mtuM Uflttt lO VlB Sale t01Ul nf, n and to Iho above described teal .-
T""' " tmte. to iatl.fy H eKeeution and cost.. .
-J- HUIS.SWM nX Crraitl. I mchS ' T. M. CARTER eborla.
St. Louis, Ilauuibat & luobuk It. IU
THE ANNUAL MEl-.TINu nf-theslocKliolifc-ers
of the tit. Louis, Hannibal and Keokuk
Railroad Coiupauy for llio election of Dlrcotirs
to serve for tho ensuing year, will be held-at the
Planter.' lluure, Hunnibal, un Tuesday, March
1th, 1873, belwun the hours of IS nnd 3 o'clock.
' 1 WM. BUCHANAN,
feblS Sec'y St. L., U. 4 K.R.R.
and tho northeast au.rler.nf the northeast quar
ter or section no, i townsuip n range i wo-st o:
tbe oth r. At., containing 4U io-iuu acres, more
nr lrd. nil beinr In the countv ct Lincoln afulo.
said, and that unless you, said defendant, bo and
amirar at tho next term ol said Court, to be be
gun and held at tho court houso In tbe town of
Troy In salit county on tho Urst Monday aner
the fourth Monday in March next. IS73, and ou
or beforo the third day thereof, if the term shall
so lone continue, and If not. then beforo the end
of the tenn, and answci or pleail lo sain ueimoji,
Iho same will bo taken as confessed and judgment
rendered against you, and said properly be sold
1 1 satisfy same and it is further ordered that n
copy hereof be published In the Lincoln County
lleiaiu, a puono newspaper piinieu iu ins aiuie,
for four wetks successively us by law rcquiro I,
Attest I ViU. COLBKBT, UIOIB.
Slato of TdlssourU T
bind foot while, appraised at 25 dols , by Jerry
Kobson and Jas. Bakor, beforo Win. Jewell, Jus
tice of the Pence 63M
TAKEN UP by W. A. Fhuck of Hurrlcaoe
townsh p n white cow T years old, red ears,
marked swallow lork In left ear and underslopn
In right, appraised at Id dels, bv Jno. Y. Brown
and Sam'l N. Mooro beforo John C. Downing,
Justice ol ihe Piece. s3M
TAKEN UP by E.L.N. Cottle of Monroo
township Iu Lincoln eounty, Mo., on the V.l-l of
January, 1873, ft dark sorrel mare, 3 years old
last spring, small white spot on ion iiuu oi inu
forehead, and eppralsod at 35 dols. by Thomas
Blank, nnd Oeorge Jackson beforo A. Y. ll.oits,
Justice of lie Pease. uCO
TAKEW UP byjl. S, Sonne of Bedford tp ,
it hurso utl'e, color bay, one year old past, a -praised
at 20 doll. A black mare mule 1 yov
uiu test, anpraiseu as 2u uuis. i swrrvi uor-
'nunlv of Lincoln.
i - . '!-... - - . . . ... . . . ii a 4Sii.snnra .BU at
.u. . - J I v.... - . I alula iv J.K. Ml .nil T. jr. 1V.M1IS. Dtl 10PO J I
order of rblleutlon. Is ij lull, true anA correct
ctwy ns the same appear, of record in look U
'., fngo 480 of the original therein
jS-K.U. j recorded. A. "lines, my iaoil-a.
Clcik und tbe seal of suld Ccurt at
oDlco la Troy tho 20th day of January, 1873.
WM. COLBERT, Cletk.
JanHal By J. Utur., Deputy.
dols., by J.S. Null andT.-F.
bbetlon.un tfcbr'y 8, 1873.
TAKRN UP by Fred Birgie ef Hurries tp.
a dark led steer 3 year, aid, tome wblu - r.b
I li flank, lltllo whit In forehead, marked iu, 'Ot
crop off each ear, ai d appraised at $15 by J. V,'
Palmer and Willlstu Uray before O. Allen, J. P ,
February 22, 1873. b9U
K YE R ONLY FOR IBB -HERALD