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LQOAU ANO COUNT.
f)r. W. W. JJirkfcoacJ ia in Txojr, and
Vilt toMttt until tho 24th innt.
you want all irnper go to tTio Drug
Mouse -of Dt. 8. T. East. Ho has tlio
largest sloclt in Troy, and sclli t low
ftice. , a 10
Don't forget that the Lacledo Hotel
ii tbo place to 8top whets you eome 4o
Xroj. Comfortable rooms and good faro
ill greet jou.
Ntws DuroT. All tho literary and
pictorial periodicals of tbo day may be
obtained at the Drag Houso of Dr. 8. T.
East. J nlO
Mr. B. V. Whceicr, prosecuting at
torney, has rcmoTcd his offico from New
Hope to Troy. His offico for tbo pros
cnt is with Messrs. McKee & Bonds, on
Messrs. McKenzio & Lully,
contractors on tbo river route road, wore
in town yesterday. Tboy ozpoct to take I
a contract on tho
and Keokuk road.
St. Louis, Hannibal
Ilavo you business at tbe Circuit
Court? If so, stop at the Laclcdo Hotel
and render your stay among us pleasant.
Messrs. Thornbill & Buswoll keep ono of
tbe best hotols in Northeast Missouri.
Harley Cornick, who went to St.
Louis last week, to t&ko a positiou of
fered him in a wholesale establishment of
that city, returned last Saturday. He
couldn't work for nothing and pay his
board out of it; and wo think bis ideas
Dr. J. A. Ward has an article in tbe
Dispatch of tho 5th tost, looking to tbo
organization of a county medical associa
tion, and invites all physicians of the
county to meet at Dr. W. S. Hutt's
office in Troy on Saturday next, the loth
Such on organization as tho Doctor
peaks of would certainly be beneficial to
our physicians, both in a social and
Libel Suit Adjusted. Wo under
stand that through tbe interposition of
friends of nil parties concerned, the libel
fuitof F. U.Cake versus J. A. Mudd,cdilor
of tho Troy Dispatch, has been amicably
(lifposed of. It is tho hope of these
friends that this settlement will in time
bring friends together who have long
been estranged and create a general good
feeling in tho commuuily where all
Thomas Hrandbergcr was arrested one
day last week and lodged in jail at this
plce, charged with stealing a horse, the
property of Mr. Daniel Maden, which
was found in his possession. II a is a
young man, apparently nineteen or twenty
years old. Waving examination before
Justice Martin's court on Monday last,
bo was re committed to jail to await trial
ut tho Circuit Court.
Fire. Last Friday Dr. Dourland's
houso caught fire, and but for the timely
discovery his loss would hava been
serious. Tbo rooms were being cleaned
up and ro arranged, and a largo lot of
clothing was piled on a chair in ono of
tho rooms. When discovered these wero
on fire and almost burnt to ashes, a hrge
bolo was burnt in tho carpet, and the side
of tbe room was on fire. By prompt ac
tion the flames wero subdued and tho
houso saved It is supposed that a coa!
of fire had been accidentally dropped
by somo ono.
After an absence of twenty years, Mr.
Tames Campbell, who left this placo for
California in 1853, returned last Monday
on a visit to bis mother, Mrs. Pboebc
Campbell, and other relations. For ten
yearn past ho" has been living in Dayton,
Nevada, and judging from his robustness
that must be a healthy climate. Mr.
Campbell has shown us specimens of
blue stone, manufactured at Dayton from
tb copper ore ; a ball of borax in its
narural elate ; a picco of silver bullion,
and a Gno quality of sulphato ot iron
for amalgamating purposes. We tender
him our thanks for a beautiful specimen
of blue stone and crude borax, left at
RonuEii Shot. A couplo tbeives
broke into the Wcnlzvillo hotel last Mon
day night, treated themselves to wines,
liquors, &o., aud then attempted to
break into the storo oi Messrs. Drown &
Hudson of that place. Mr. Hudson, who
was sleeping iu tho store, heard them at
the window, and cooly waited until they
had prized open tho shutters and were
attempting to get the window sash out,
when bo took deliberate aim and fired
through tbo window. The thieves scam
pered, and tho next morning, following
the trail of blood, one of tho robbers
was found near a blacksmith shop in tbe
town, almost dead, the ball having passed
through his neck. When our iufortnant
(eft Wentzville, bo was still alive, but no
ope of hit recovery is sjntetUineJ. fits
tccomplice made fcis cscapo,
Moscow Mill. This mill i ow ia
ood repair, with plenty of vater, nd
ftwi and will do as good work as any mill
mo county, sjat) cheaper.
lu tiKACtf k WfNCJ.
St. 1,, IL k K R. ft.
Kctvsftom tlio Mccllnc-held t t.ui,i 1
oilM) 4th j Mach ,
Al advcrtisodtb4ireeo fttie-t.
Cottto, Hannibal 'an Keokuk railroad
.i u. r ..- -v , ,
tho bt. Lou;s and Keokuk railroad, and
Al advcrtisodtbfijirceloiai ofttiff t.
tho I'iko county short lino, mot nt llanni' I
talon tho 4th mst.. and succeeded in.0- Bcntl tor L'atalocue. Uall and tx
consolidating tho lattei two with tbo first
Election for directors Ikon took placo,
nod tho following named gentlemen wero
elected : W. W. Walker, Win. Uuch
anan, George Douglas, John V. E'r, X.
S. Dimmitt. J. D. Pitt. 8. J. ltevnnlds
S. 11. Woolfolk, W. Perkins, D. T.
Waddy, George Grceno, J. W. Barrett.
Arrangements wero made with the
Lockawana rail mill at Scronlon, Penn
sylvania, for iron for tbe entire road, and
with Grant for locomotives, which will
commenco delivering on tho first of May
Work on tho road, which has been de
layed by the sovoro winter, will bo com-
menecd as soon as tbo frost is out of tbe
ground. Teams and hands nro already
on tho ground awaiting this, and it is the
intention of tho directors to push tho
road through as soon as possible, for
delay is injuring them as much as it is
any one along tho line. Wo uro assured
that tho pcoplo may look for tho cars
from above this summer. Cf course we
do not expect to tee tho road completed
through to St. Louis by that time, hut a
tho work is completed abovo, the hands
working there will bo moved to St.
Charles county, and operations south of
us commenced. As tho iron will bo put
down and construction trains placed on
(he road as soon as tho grading ndinits,
work promises to advance rapidly this
Our readers may draw such conclusions
from tho abovo as they may see proper.
The tardiness of the work heretofore has
caused many to doubt that the road
would ever be built, and nro inclined to
judge the future by tho past. Wo hope
for better things, howovcr, and place some
confidence in tho word that comes to us
from tho meetins of the 4th.
When you come to court stop at tbe
Lacledo Hotel if you wish pleasant quar
ters and tempting tables. Messrs.
Thornhill & Buswcll make it a point to
extend their guests all tbo hospitalities
of the season.
A DCCIIIHIJ III J'ltOVEMENT TllO CM
tcrprising proprietors of tho Laclede
Hotel at this place have had the stops
leading to tho balcony in front of their
hotel, which nearly obstructed tho side
walk, torn down, and, new ones run
ning directly up in front of tho door
placed in their stead. It adds also to the
appcarenco of tho building. Wo went
through the basement rooms and cellars
of this hotel tho ether evening, and
found that they were not only admirably
arranged, but that everything was as neat
us a pin. Tho new dining room on the
second floor is largo and handsome, and
has just been newly painted, while the
parlor and guests rooms aro as com
fortablo as homo apartments. Tiavelers
having occasion to visit Troy will be
pleased if they stop at tho Laclede.
Rare Chance for Land I.'uvers
We call attention to tho advertisement in
another column of tbo sale of tho fine
farm in this county belonging to tho late
John 31. Ricks, K.q , for partition among
his heirs, by A. V. McKee, special com
missioncr. This is ono of tho best
farms in the county, and meets every re
quirement, both an to locality, neighbor'
hood and soil, and presents an opportu
nity seldom offered to those wishing
to purchase a good homo. Tho salo is
imperative, and in tho stringency of tho
money market spmbody is bound to get
a good farm at low down figures.
It will Be nccn by relerenco to our
professional card column on first page
that Dr. J. C. Goodrich of Wcnlzvillo and
Dr. E. L. Svdnor of this placo havo
entered into a co-partnership in tho
nractice of dentistry. Dr. bydnor is a
young man who understands bis business
well, and will give entire satisfaction to
those who entrust work to him. Dr.
Goodrich has been long and favorably
known among us as ono of the best den
tists in the state. Ho will visit Troy
about once a month, duo notice of which
visits will bo given through tho local
Tbo spring term of tho Circuit Court
commences on tbe fifth Monday of tbo
present month. Those attending court
will find tho Lacledo Hotel an excellent
place to stop. It has been enlarged and
fitted up for tho accommodation of us
many as may put up there. Kvory atten
tion will bo paid to guests, and their stay
Sr. X. flruto sells groceries as cheap
m any ilore in 'i'roy, aud always keeps
the test quality. Tho highest market
prico f aid for bacon eggs and country
roduco of ull kinds-. all and examine
sis-slock, nil convince jrou.Klc. aftho
uj?oioitf ef W ijoo,
Umi Umll Here::
1,0 t!I'r of Hullalo JNursery, A.
J- ehults, if ofTuring his oxlr lot of
Applo Trees at 81 50 per dozen; S5 GO
lIor'firty; 810 per hundred; ?45 for five
,or per Hundred; mo lor
Ir'1' .""r 575 ,houla"J-
scllln few leading varieties, mostly win
Mi tGO tar thousand.
Don't forget tho other fruits, Grapes,
cmtno for yourself, aud get your trees
Klula the ronds nro good, iou can heel
them in and plant them at. your leisure,
t or 10 per hundred will warrant trees
for two years, and reset all that may dio,
Dou't forget tho place !l miles south
east of Troy, on Tolcgrnph road, and 1
tuilo Ironi Moscow mill. nil)
Abstract of receipts and expenditures
of the Board of Trustees of the town of
Troy, from tho fust day ol September,
1872, to tho first day of March, 183 :
To balanco In Trc.isuiiry at last report, $ 278 fiO
To receipts from fines, 3 1)0
To receipts (mm llccn.-c, .1 CO
To receipts from taxes, 1,012 01)
$ 500 00
To cash paid ou lion J No. 1, principal, S)
no do no uo uiiercsi,
To cash pnitl on Not. I'l, H'3, IU7, 111,
103, 187. IUJ. 1H2, 1U1, ion,
To cadi pulil on Warrant No. 22 to John
To ca-li jnild on Warrant No, 22 to L.
U. i I ii 'it in u ii tl ,
To cash p ild on warrant No. 18 to C. C.
To c.mh pild cn warrant No. 27. to J.
A. .M ...1.1,
To cash paid on warrant No. 18 lo W.
To cush pnl.l u n warrant No. 20 to J. A.
To null paid on warrant No. 25 to 1!.
To cnh pnid on warrant No, 21 to J, 1).
To cali paid on warrant No. 28 to Jno.
To cu.'h paid on warrant No. 1.1 to John '
To cn-li pnid on warrant No. 23 to John
To ci.fli paid on warrant No. 21 to F. C.
To cnh paid on warrant No. SO to P. C.
To Cm. in if sio n to Wm. A. Jackson,
Ualanco in treasury,
WM. COLDIIHT, Chiu'n.
To Persons Wism.sa to take Yio.
LIN LrssONs. The undersigned will in
struct a clus of not loos than Ave on the
violin, outside nf town, three lesions a
week, for SI 20 a week from each pupil.
DitTVou Know il 1
Know what? That John P. Lynott
is bole agent for Lincoln county for tlio
Uhumpiun licapcr and Mower, tho only
complete Reaper and Mower tn the
world ; also tho Uiack Hawk Cultivator,
riding or walking, wood or iron beam,
the best cultivator made, fold and war
ranted, Cornplatilers, ono and two horse
Sulky Hay Rakes, Revolving Hay Hakes-,
all kinds of Plows, Cider and Wind
Mills; tho Nowton Faun Wagon, bet
and cheapest in the mat hot. All kind
of Hardware and Stoves at bottom prices
Store ou Maiu street, Troy, Mo. tiO'.vo
Titov, Mo, August 23, 1870
I havo ued a Wheeler und Wilson
Sowing Machine 11 years. I consider
it the best family machine now in Uru.
Hie qualities that recommend the ma
chine uro fileucc, speed, case of manage
ment, durability and quality of work
dotio. I would advir-e all persons want
ing a machino to buy n Whcoler and
WiNon7 Mrs. K N. Honkics.
S. Ii. IK VINE, Agent, Troy, Mo. 118
I havo had tho Wheeler & Wilson
aud tho Singer Sewing Machines on trial
and gave each machine an impartial trial ;
havo purchased tho Singer, and take
pleasure in recommending tho machine
lo my friends. Jlessra. Fuller & Na
tions will tako pains in instructing any
one, whether they contemplate purchas
ing or not.
Office two doors south of Laclcdo
This) gtatcmcnt was made the 2Cth of
Feb., 1873: not Aug 28th, 1870.
Mr. E. N. HON MLS.
On kat Haikiains I IiAittii: Ukdvc
TION IN PltlCES I Iluving to close up the
partnership business of Jackson & II u It,
I offer great inducements to persons
buying goods in this market. Terms be
ing positively cash, I can Fell goods
cheaper than they can bo bought elso
where. All persons indebted to the Grm
of Jackson & Hult aro urgently re
quested to come forward nud settle with
GEO. S. IIUTT, Adm'r.
To Teaciieus. Notico is hereby
given that I will, in accordance with tho
school law, hold publio examination of
teachers nt the court nnuse in J roy on
the first Saturday of every month. All
applications for certificates must ho made
on these days. Teachers will please bear
this in mind. JOHN WILSON,
Supt. Pub. Schools, Lincoln county
Dissolution or Co-IV.rluersliip.
THE co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween tho undersigned under the niiino and
style of Thos. II. Harris i Co., Is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, C, W. l'arker having
purchased the entire Interest of Thos. II. Harris
in tbe business. THOS. II. !l A It HIS.
C. W. I'AUIvEK.
Flint Hill, Mo., March 7th, 1873.
ALL persons Interested In the e.tntcof David
Uliry, deceased, are hereby notified that
the undersigned, administrator cf said estate,
will mukoa filial settlement of his administra
tion thereof at tho next term of tho l'robale
Court of Lincoln county, Mo,, tu bo begun and
held nt the court houso In Troy, Mo., on the 2nd
Mondoy in April, lt73. u . I). JAMISON,
in 12 Aduilrilitraior, do bonis non.
LL persons Interested In tho citiiie of James
J M. Luckett, deo'd, are hereby notified that
tho undersigned, administrator of raid eiiulc,
will uinko n flnul settlement of his administra
tion thereof ut the next term of the l'robato
Court of Lincoln coonty, Mo , to bo begun und
held In Troy, Mo., on tbo second Mouday tn
Afrll, 1873. m3 WM. S. Ll'CKETT, Adm'r.
Fitt.it getl lenient.
Jl IT rron Intorcflcd in tho otate of Ed-
jl. wnru F. Lovell, decerned, aro herehy not!- J-
ward F. Lovell. decerned, aro herehy notl
Gc.l that the undcrilcncd, administrator nf (..id
estate, will in ii k o a final settlement nf his nd
mhititrallon thereof, at ilio next term of tho
l'rokato Court of Lincoln county, .Mo., to bo ha-
Run and held in Troy in the second Monday in
April, IH73. I nib W. w. SHAW, Adm'r.
l,ti persons Interested In Ihocslatoof Wll
t V Until McClnv. deceased, aro hcrd.v notified
that tho undersigned, administratrix of said es
tate, will mskc a final sjlltement of her admin
istration thereof, nt the next term of the I'robato
t'uurt ot Lincoln county, Mo., to bo rcun nn.l
held at tho court houso In Troy, on the second
Men day In Af.ril, IR73.
In5 MAIiIMDA C. McCI.AY, Adm'x.
AI.Tj persons Intere'te.l In tho estate of Kilns
McNealy, deceased, aro hereby notified
that the undersigned, administrator of said es-
talo, will iiinko u llnnl settlement of lil admin
istration thereof, at tho next term of tho Proba'o
Court of Lincoln county, .Mo., to bo begun and
held nt tho court houso la Troy on tho second
Monday In April, 1873
m5 WILLIAM YOUNfl, Adin'r.
N'OTICF. Is hereby Riven that tho nnderslpned
administrators of the estalo of John Pol
lard, deceased, will rnuko a final settlement
of their administration uf said estate nt tl.o next
term uf the l'r.ibate Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., to bo begun nn.l held at tho court house in
Troy ou tho second Monday In April, 1873.
II. rUI.LAUI), I
(1. W. POLL MID,,
NOTICH Is hereby riven that tho undersigned
administrator of (ho estate of Henry Me-
Mahlll, deceased, will make a f.nul settlement
of his administration of said estate ut the next
term of tho Probate Court of Lincoln county,
Jin., lo bo i.ogun nn.l held nt tho court house iu
Troy on tho stcoi .1 Monday in Apill, lh73.
Iebl2 TUOS. A. 1IA1.LUV, Adin'r.
jOTICK l hereby given that the undersigned
a ' ii.iiuiiiijiriii.ir hi uie i siuic ol une-liy lilnek
nby, deceased, will make n final rettlnniiit of
tliicr ndmlnistiat ion of said estate nt the licit term
of tho l'rob.ite Court of Lincoln county, Mo,, to
lie begun and held iu Iroy on tlio second .Monday
in April, 1873.
fcl.26 J. WINSTON SITTON, Adm'r.
NOTICH is hereby glen that tho undersigned
executor of tl.ecstntoof Letty Sltlon, d.c'd,
win in ike a linnl settlement of his n.liiiiiil'tra
tlon of said estate at the, next term of tho Pro
bate Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to bo begun
and held In Troy on (ho sicoiid Mon.lny in April,
in. J. LieblltiJ J. iv. al l lUji, r.
ATOTICl! Is hereby given that the undrlt:ned
1 1 ii.liniiiiftriit.il' of tbo cstutoof Win. Ilui.inur,
deceased, will mnkea linal settlement of bisud
ministration of t.nid rstato nt tho next term of
the l'r.ibate Court of Lincoln county, Mo , tu bo
begun and held at tho eouit bouse in Troy on the
8econil .ilonuay In April, lb. J.
feb2(l J. W. SITTOX, Adm'r,
Itfsigiindoii of Execulor.iliip.
IfOTICI! Is hereby given tj nil parties ion
v c.-rncd that tbo umlemgned, Kxccutor of
tho will nf John A. Si-ton, iko'd, will apply nt
the Probate I nurt of Lincoln county, Mo., nt tho
next regu.ur term thereof, tu wit, ut ilio Anril
term 1873, for periuision to resign his letters
testamentary, grjnlcd t him on tho citato of
said dceasd. n2 (1. (1. WILSON, llv'r.
Onlt r of Publication.
7V"OTI('E is hereby (;iven that the uriJerslgned
L nelniii.listr.it nr uf the estate of Jnmcs Wil
Hams, deceased, on the 17th day uf January, at
tlio Janua.y tciiu of die Probate Court of Lincoln
county, .Mo , lor iMi.l, tiled Ills iietition as such
ailmini-lr.itor for tbo salo ol tho real elate of
said deceased, ur so much thereof as may be
necessary to pay tho debts duo by said deceased,
accompanied In- Ilio listj nn.l inventories
nulled by law, nnd Hint unless the contrnrv be
shown an order will be made for the sate of snid
real istatc at tlio April term of said Prob.Ke
Court for IS73, which term will lo begun nnd
held nt tho court houso in Troy, Mo., on the
second .Monday In April, 1H73, when and
where nil persons inlciested in said estate will
npp.nr and show cause why said older f ule
should not be grunted.
ui5n9 FltKMirtlCK WING, Adm'r.
A'OTICi: is hereby given that letters of ad
I i ministration wero t-ranted to the undersigned
on Ilio estate of Louisa Vcerkatup, dec'. I, by
IliotlerK ol (no rrouutc Court il Lincoln county
)'. on the Kith day of Mureli, Ih73.
Alt persons having ciniins acalnstsatd estate
nro required to exhibit them to tho administrator
for allowance within ono year froai tlio dnto of
snu letters, or they may be precluded fiomany
benefit nf said estate, and if not exhibited within
two years from tho date f said letters they will
no lorever barrel.
ml2 11AKT110LOMKW VI.UUK AMP, Adm'r.
VTOTICK is hereby given that letters of admin
1' istration wero Krunti-,1 tu tho undersigned
on the estate ol James 1. Parsons, deceased
by tlio Clerk uf tho Probate Court of Lincoln
county, Mo , on the 1 7 tit duy of l ebriinry. 187.1
All persons having clniuiH ii'-.illi-t s lid estate
nro required tn exhibit them to the Administrator
for allowance within ono year from tho dato of
said letters, or they inny bo precluded from any
benefit of raid estate, and If not exhibited wllliln
two years from the date uf said letters they will
no lorever barren.
uichl2 J03IAII CUEKCII, Adm'r,
VIllTUK and authority of n eoncril exo
cution, issued from tbo ofileo ol tho Clerk of
Ilio Circuit Court of Lincoln county, .Missouri
rcturnablo to the spring term, 1S73, of suid
court, nn.l to mo directed, in favor of Cyrcneus
l.uy and against .MHUiia htout, i havo levied
upon and seised as tho property of 1 1m said
Melvlna Stout, tho following described real
cstnto, situated in Lincoln county, Missouri, to
wit: Lot No, 4 survey 11118, township 51 rnrgo
I easr, -in zv-iuu acres , lot .mi. a, survey hum
township 61 range 1 cast, 41 24 100 acres In
all 84 J.t-100 acres, and I will,
On Saturday, April 5th, 1873,
between the hours of nine o'clock In the foro
noon and five in the afternoon of that day, at
the court houso door In the town of Troy, Lin
coin county, Missouri, sell at publio vendue lo
the hlirhcst bidder for cash, nil tho rluht, title.
interest, claim, estate and properly nf the above
nnmc.i .Melvina Mom oi, in nn.l in I no nuove
describe! real estate, to satisfy said execution
and costs. final T. M CAHTl.lt, Sheriff.
D Y VIRTUE and authority of n special exe
eution issued from the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Mixourl
returnable to tho spring terra, 1873, nf said
court, and to mo directed, in favor of susan Per
kins and against Peter Cassaday, I havo levied
upon and seitc.t ns the properly of said Peter
Cassaday, the following described real estate, to
wlti Tbe south half of tho southeast qunrter
oi seotion io. .iu, mi acres, aim uio snutnwest
quarter of tho southwest quarter of section No,
21), 40 acres, all In township No, 4U of rnngo
o. I east, situated in Lincoln county, Mo
and I will,
On Saturday, April 5th, 1870,
between thn hours of nine o'clock in the foro
noon and five o'clock In the nftornoon of that
dny, nt tho court houso door In Ilio town of Troy,
Lincoln county. Missouri, sell nt publio vendue
lor cash to Ilia highest bidd r, all the right, ti
tle, Interest, claim, estate and property of tbo
above nnined Peter Ciissml.iy of, In nil I tu tbe
above described real estuto lo satisfy said execu
tion und costs, ml T. M. CAitTLIt, Sheriff,
A YE R ONLY FOR THE UERALU
f)Y VIRTUE nn.l olhorlt.v of ipcclnl cxe
onion Issuod from tbo offico of Ilio Clerk of
tho circuit court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
rcturnoblo to tho spring term, 187.1, of said
court, anil to mo directed, In favor of John J.
Alexander, and against Albert H, (lamer and
Joseph II. Mollitclli. I havo levied upon and
scltol as tho property of sU Albert It. (lamer
nn.l Joseph 11. Mcintosh tho following desciibcd
leal estate, to will The northnett .piartir of
tho northwest quarter of section N . 31, and the
northeast nuartcr nf the northwest quarter of
section No. 34, both In township 50 tango ono
cast, and southeast nuartcr of tho southwest
quarter of station No. 28, and the southeast qr
I I tin northeast quarter oi section .8, bold In
township 50. ranee 3 cut I also the notthenst
quarter of tho southwest quarter of section 28,
lonnsnip SO, rnngo . cast, 40 acres, nn.l I will
On Friday, April 4th, 1873,
betweon tbo hour". oT niDo o'clock In tho fore
noon and fivo o'clock in tho afternoon of that
1 y, nt tho court houso door In tho town nf Troy,
Lincoln county, Missouri, sell at inibllc vendue
for cash to tho highest bidder, nil the right, title
interest, claim, estate nud property nf tho above
named Allicrt (I. (iarnernnd Joseph II. Mcin
tosh, of, In and to tiie nbovo described leal es
tate, In satisfy said execution nn.l co-Is.
mcli5 1 . M. CAKT1JK, SLcriT.
T)V VIIlTUi: nnd authority of a cenernl exo-
iJ cution issued from tho office of the cleric of
Ilio circuit court nf Lincoln county, Missouri,
rcturnalilo lo tho spring term, IS73 of snld court
and to mo directed, in favor of Win. V. llldcr
and against James II. -Mil. 1.1. I havo levied upon
and seized the interest nf James 11. Mudd of, in
nnd to tbo following described real estate to wit:
The west half of, tho southwest quarter, and
the uorlhwtst quarter of tho norlbeitst quarter.
both In section 30, township 50 inngo 3 west,
and also tho northwest qr of the soulhuest qr
nnd tbo west half of tho northwest nujrtcr.
both in section ono, township 4'J range 3 W,
n.l containing In nil 210 acres, nnd situated In
tho county uf Lincoln and Sluto of Missouri,
unu l win
On Friday, April -1th, 1S7.1,
between tho ho-irs of nlno o'clock In the foro
noon und five o ulnck in the afternoon uf that
dny, ut the court house door in tho tow n i f Troy,
Lincoln county. Missouri, sell at n bllo veniluo
for cash to (ho highest bidder all tho right, title,
intorcst, claim, estalo and property of tl o above
named Jiunes II. Mudd i t, In and to tho nbovo
do crlbe I real estate, to satisfy said execution
mid coils. Im.ll T. M. CAllTEIl. Sheriff.
RY VIP.TUI! and authority of n special exo
1 cut Ion issued from tho oITii-o of the clerk of
tho circuit court uf Lincoln county, Missouri,
rcturnablo to tbo siirlnz term, Is"."., of said
court, nnd to mo directed In favor of John J.
Alexander and against Albert It Oiirner. I havo
lei led upon and seized ns tlio iirnncrtv of said
Albert 11. (Inrner the following described leal
estate situated in Lincoln county, Missouri, to
wit: The northwest quarter of the northwester
oi scciinu .mi. .ii. nn.l Ilia nortlieast quarter ut
tho northwest qr of section No, 34, all in town
slip SO range least, nnd southc.st quarter of
thu southwest qrof sec No. 28, nnd the southeast
qr nl tbo nortlieast qrof sto 2$, both In town
ship 50 rango 2 V.: mso northeast qrof the S W
qr of section 28 township 50 range 2 K, 40 JeiCJ,
and I will
On Friday, April -lib, 1S73,
between Ilio hours of nine o'clock In tho fnro
noon end five o'cb.cl; in tho oftcrnoon of that
day ut tbo court houso door In the town of Troy,
Lincoln Co., Me,, sell at public vendue rorcush to
the highest bidder, nil the right, title, Interest,
claim, estate and property of thenboio named
Alb.rt H. (lamer nf. iu and to the above de
scribed real estate, to satisfy said execution nrd
costs. rni5 T. M. CAKTL'll, Shciiff
BY VIRTUE nnd nuthorlty of a special exo
euiion, issued from tbo o31ce ot tho Clerk
of tho Circuit Court of Lincoln cuunty. Missouri,
leliirnnble to tbo spring term, 187.1, of snid
court, nnd to mo directed, in favor of Wm. A.
Drown nud ug iinst .Inlm II. Brown, I have levied
upon nnd seized ns the property of the said Jin.
ii. iirown, ino loiiowing uescnucu real estate,
to wit : Tho ucdlviiled fourth rmrt of the N E
qunrter of tho southeast qunrter of section 2G,
and the enst half of ho northeast quarter of
tbo northuest quarter of sec 21, all in Township
4D range 2 west, In Lincoln county, Missouri,
and I will
On Wednesday, April 2d, 1873,
bi-twccn the hours of nlno o'clock In tho fore
noon and five o'clock in tiio afternoon ef that
lay, nt tho court house door ill tbe tonn nf
Troy, Lincoln count?, Mo,, sell nt iiubllu vendue
tn tlio highest bid lir for c.t-h, all t.io right, title
Interest, claim, e-tate and property of the above
named John II. Iirown, of, iu and to tbo nbove
described real estalo to satisfy said execution
and costs. m5J T. M. CAKTI.lt, Sheriff.
D Y VIRTUE and authority of a speol.il exe
LJ cution issued Ironi I ho nllico of the Clerk of
tho Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
rcturnablo to ibe spring term, IH73, of snld
court, nud to me directed, in favor of C. P.
Qnlg cy and ng.ilnst Isaac V.'. Palmer, I have
levied upon and seized as tlio proper y of tbe
Slid Isnno W, Palmer, tho following described
real estate lo wit ! n rthwest quarter northwest
qr, section h, townth'p 50, rango 2 E, situated
in the county or Liuculn and atato of Missouri,
and I will
On Wednesday, April 2d, 1873,
between the hours of nlno o'clock tn the fore
noon und five o'clock In the afternoon of thai
d iy, at tho court houso door in the town of Troy,
Lincoln county, Mo., sell at publio vendue for
cash tn tlio lilgliesl li'il ler, nil tlio rlgnt, title,
Interest, claim, estate and property of the nbove
named Isaao W. Palmer uf, in and to tho ubnvo
described sreal estat r, to satisfy said txecutlou
und costs. uiaj T. w. UAlvTKll, hherlli.
Slirr ill's Sale in Parlllioii.
William II. Mays, Richard J. Mays, John S.
Mays, Luuru J. Crunk und John A. Crank her
husliuml, Susan Crnnk and John Crank her
husband, Martha Hawkins and L. It Hawkins
her husband, Sarah Cicndcuny and Cornelius
Clcndcnny her husband, John Kitson and
Eliza Kitson, Plnlulltl.i,
Alvora E. Settles, I.lzzto L. Settles, Joints Kit-
son and Itcnjamin Kitson, Defendants.
f)V VIRTUE ant authority of an onlcr of
U sale, Issued from tho oDico of the Clerk of
tho Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
dated January 14th, 1873, in thu above entitled
eauso, 1 will, on
Tucsduy, tho 1st day ol April, 1873,
between tho hours uf nine o'clock In tho fore
noun and five o'clock In tho afteinuun of that
day, at tho court bouse duor in the town of
Troy, Lincoln county, Missouri, sell tbe follow
ing described real estate, situated In Lincoln
county, Missouri, ntpibllo vendue tu the highest
bidder, to wit ! ll'.-giiining at tho fourth seotion
corner on tlio tut boundary line -if sectlun No,
3 township 51,'n base line, rango I cast of the 5th
principal meridian a stone Iroin which a white
oak 18 Inches in diameter bears S 40 degt west
30 links distant, tlicnoo W 20 cbaliisjjnd 11 links
to a stone In tbo lino dividing Muys nnd Smith
larins, tbenco north 4ft chains nnd 15 links to a
sluiio on tho north, lino of said section No, 3,
from which tioneu muck walnut 4 inches in di
umeter bears south 3 drgrecs cast 2 links
distance, tlienco oust with north boundary line
of section 3, 20 chains and 14 links lo tho north
cast corner to said section 3, a stone frcm which
nn old marked whlto oak 20 Inches in diauieler
bears m.rri 21 decrees east 10 link distant, nn.l
do 14 inches bears south id degrees west 31
links, thence south with cast boundary line of
sam section .i, iu Chains and 13 links to the
place of beginning, conalnlng a sunerflcos of U3
acres and tl-100 uf an acre, and being Ihe cust
nun ui me northeast fractional quarter of suld
seciiou ., lownsnip oi, rango i cast, anil is rep
resented as lot No. 1 on tho ulat In tho ill
iIiI.ju between the heirs uf Henry Mays, dce'd.
und upon tbo following tonus, to wit Ono half
cash, and Ibu reiiiiiliiiler on a credit of Iwelvo
mouths with anpr.ved security, aud ten per o tit
Interest from Jay of sale,
Ieb2 T. M, CARTER, ShoriO.
Subscribe for the IIUII.VI.U.
ii T'i'i i i i. ii i w.i i iisiisarMisn
I Y VIRTUl. nnd anthorlty hf a spee'at xi
t cution, Issued from tho uf3.ee of the Cleric
of tbo Circuit Court nf Lincoln e .unty, Missouri)
roltirnablo to the spring term, 1873, cfsalk
court, and lo me directed, In l.ivor of John L.
Tuttlo and Marshal L. K.ilum and ngilnst Wil
liam Ai orris, I havo levied upon and so led as
tho properly of said William Morris tho follow
ing described real estate, to wltt The south part
of the west fraet'nnnl part of the southwest 'qr
of section No. 30, township i't. range 2 east by
n tine running duo cast ai.d west, and I will,
On Friday, April -l'b, 1873,
between the hoars of nine (.'clock In tbo fore--
noon nnd live o'clock in the afternoon of that
dny, at the court house door In tho town of Troy,
Lincoln county, Mo., sell nt iiubtio vendue for
.-ash to the highest bidder, nil tho right, title,
claim. Interest, estate and property of tho nbovo
name. I Wm, Morris of, tn and to tho above de
scribed real estalo lo satisfy snld execution and
cosis. mS T, M. CAKTKIl, Sheriff.
BY VIRTUE and authority of a transcript
execution Issued from tho office of tbe Cleric
ol the Circuit Court ol Lincoln county, MUsouH,
returnable lo (ho spring term, 1873, of our sai l
court, nud to mo directed, In favor of Login
Ho sill and against V. R. Monroe, I have seised
and loilrl upon a tho property of said F. It.
Monroe, tbe lullowlng described real estate to
wit : Southeast qr southeast qr seo 21 township
4U rango 2 west, and I will
On Saturday, April 5ih, 1873,
between tho hours of nlno o'clock tn the fore
noon nnd fivo o'clock in tho aiternoon of that
day, nt the court house door In tho townof Troy,
L ncoln county, Missouri, sell at public venduis
for cash In the highest bidder nil tho right, title,
interest, claim, estate and properly of .the abovo
named I'. It. Monrno of, In and to tho above
described real estate to satisfy Slid oxecutton
undents. ml 2 T. M. CARTER, Sheriff.
BY VIRTUE nnd nuthorlty of a transcript
execution Issued from tho offico of tho Clerk,
of tho Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Mo,,
returnable to the spring term, 1873, of our said
oi.in I, and tu me directed, In favor of Alexander
Kennedy an. I against r. II. Monroe, I have le
vied upon and seized as tiio property of said F.
It. Montoo, the follow Ing described real estate-,
situated In Lincoln county, Mis-ouri. to wit t
S E qr !. V qr sto 21 township -ID rango 2 welt,
nud 1 wl",
(. n .Saturday, April 5th. 1873,
between tbo hours of nlno o'ctcck in tho fore
noon and fivo o'clock in the afternoon of that
day, nt Ihe court house door in tbo townof Troy,
Lincoln ccunly, Missouri, sell nt public vendue
t'ltlio highest lud.Icr fur cash all the right, title,
interest, claim, estate und property of thu
above named P. R. Monroo uf, in and to tha
nbovo described real cstato to satisfy said execu
tion nnd costs.
inch 12 T. M CARTER, Sheriff.
Adiuiiihiraloi'j Sale of Real Eslatr.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
administrator of the estate ul (ireen J. How
ell deo'd, will, in obedience tu the order of thrt
Probate Curt uf Lincoln couuty, Missouri, mado
nt tlio Januaiy term of said court for tho " car
1873, cell, on
Wednesday, Aptil lGtli, A. D. 1873,
at public auction nt tha front door of the court
houso Iu tl.o town ol J mi-, In said county, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 3 u clock
P. M. of snid dav, and dur ng tho so-ston of said
court nt tlio April Term thcrcul for 1873, tho
real estalo bolougi. g to said deccasol, situated
in said Lincoln county, Missouri, and described
ns follows, to wit: Tbo uudlvido 1 one third purL
of SO acres, being the cast half uf Ihe southwest,
quarter of section No 35, township 4'J rouge I
east, sublet t to Ilio uuwer intend tbcielu uf tha
widow oi Siimiul 1). Howoll, dectused, nnd on
tbo following Terms Ono third cash and tho
balancoHn six months, the purchaser to iu
bond wilh good and approved security, bearing
interest nt tlio ratu of 10 per cent, per uldoui
from day of-snlc.
L,h.uuri 1). Iiu 1,1.1,, Adm'r or
mchl2 flreen J. Howell, dec'J.
i'urtitcoii Sale by Special
Robert Ricks, John W. Norton, Jninos H. Nor
ton, Joshua Itieks, Jane liosmun and Michael
1). lldsmun her husband, Martini Ricks, Mary
Wilkinson, John Kicks, Rachel Carty, Harriet
Ricks und Ste hen Ricks bcr husband, Caro
line Urciisuza und James Ureasaz, Plaintiffs,
Henry C. Norton, Mlldie I Nor'f n, Mary F. No -
ton, l.'i ily J Clurton, Albert layur, Delia
Taylor, Oscar Taylor, Betty Taybr undCharlc
BY VIRTUE of nn order of salo. Issued from
tbo office uf the Clerk of the Circuit Court
uf Lincoln county, Missouri, ill the above cuti-
lied cause, dated the lath day of January, 1873,
I, tho undersigned special commissioner, du'y
pp 'liitc.! by snld court for such purpose, will, on
Wendesday, tho 2J d iy of April, 1873,
between the hours nf nine o'.lnck in tbo fore,
noon nnd live o'clock In tbo afternoon of that
dav. at the court bouse door in tho town of Tro"
iu tbe county of Lincoln, St.. to of Missouri, and
durir.g tbo titling of the circuit couri, sell at
public auction to tlio highest bidder the lollow-iiiL-
descriued real estate, situate in the said
county of Lincoln, State uf Missouri. tu wit.-
1 irst, l.ot .mi. i, ontisung oi ino soutnwest
qunrter of section Ne. 21 - a so 30 acres in tha
northwest quarter of tho northwest quarter uf
section 28, except 1 uere In southwest uu ner, In
which Is n grave yaru, ana su acres in east part
of northwest quarter uf section Nu. 28, all in
township 53 rango 1 cast, nnd conlniuing 210
ucres, moro r less, suld tract being well im
proved, good dwelling house i nd uu. buildings
and about 170 acies In cultivation.
Second, Lot No, 2, tho east hall' uf tbe south
east quarter of section No, 21, township 50 rang
1 east, containing 80 acres, more or Kss, about
55 acres of which are In cultivation.
Third, Lot No. 3, .(ho Most half uf tho north
east quarter of section No. 24 town.hlp 50 rang
1 cast, containing 60 acres, moro cr less, all welt
I'Viurlh, I.ut No. 4, Ihe west half of the 'outh
west quarter nf section No. 2U, containing 80
acres, well timbered, in township 50 innge least,
I'lflli, Lot No. 5, tho cast bulf of the south
east quurtcr of seciinn No. I'D township 50 range
i east, containing su acres, won uuiuereu, ana
CoutuiuitiK iu 'i r.OO Aurus.
The abrve land will be sold In lots as abort
rpecificd, nnd on tbo fo lowing terms I Ona
third cash, one third In one your, and one th rt
in two years, sal I deferred payment to bear in
terest at tbo rule of ten per cent por unoutu
from date, to bo secured by deed of trust un tbe
roperty sold. A. V. MeKEE,
fcb2U Special Commissioner.
rpiIIS BAKERY WILL SUPPLY YOU WITH
Mfrht, Ilcnlthnil Ilit nd,
Chaiptr limn yuu can make it, unl tava
you the vexntiun vf ofltn teeivg ull your
1'aistUHil Dough turn out badly,
Tbe spring and summer season will lorn ba
here, and in order to make It profitable to my
customers by furnishing tbetn bread cheaper than
they have heretofore been able to get . , I will
sell tickets, each of which will be good for a ten
cent luu f of bread, at the rate of 13 for $1, thu
givlug $1.30 worth of bread for a dollar.
MY sToCK OP
li LA HUE AND Y KIEl), AND I KEEP
THE KIN KK QUALITIES AS
WELL AS STICK CANDIES.
Also, Figs, Jlaitins, i(-c., and all kinds vj
Cakes I'ound, Sponge, Lemon,
Tea, Scotch and Ginger.
All kinds of Cakes and Pastries mad to
order. All orders should be given ut
least tico days iu advance.,