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THE TliOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1S77'
I hereby given that letter tcstamcn
fury were granted to the underMgncd liy
J'rohate court ol Lincoln county ,Mo on the
4-Mnto or Daniel Kinder, decemed, on the
12il tiny of August, IK70.
Tcraon having Halm agalntald estate
lire rt-qulrril to cxtitblt them to the executor
for alluu'iuice wlllilii one year from the
iliiii nf mild letter, or they may be ureclii.
tied from tiny benefit of said estate, and If
not exhibited w iiinn.wo year mry win m
lorover barred. JNO. T. KIMLKIt 1 M. r,
JanM t'.W. KIMLKIt. j"'
N'otleo In hereby given thnt letter ol
. K..i..l-iitdlli.H .., U'lll miliaVfiil Wft
grunted tu lite undersigned on the estate of
5lnrv C. Turner. dccrd, by the Probate
. m t . .... 41.
nun or i.incoin coiinijr, mo., un wc 11111
ttivof .litnuur. 1877.
1 l..iullti l.alaMB ft.Waallt.ufr feftlll tftlttfltf
lire required to exhibit tiieni to the uilni'r
lor tor allowance wiinm one jrnr ima ini
I . . t.l I.II.h. mj .h ft. tOiif I. a .....1 . . it .
IWIC Ul SHIU irtlcin. VI .! ugiiiMHr
-d fnunany beiivlltiif wild eMatc and If no
exhibited to in aiiiniuisiruior wiiuin inu
eiirsthcy will be forever barred.
' feb-il DAVID 11. KMI LEY, Adm'r.
N'otlco la hereby given that letter of
tidmliilstrutlon, with wlK annexed, were
granted to the umlcrslglietl un the date of
Caspar Kustcrbrook, decerned, by the rro
tmtc Court or Llnrolurouuty. Missouri, on
the 2Mb day or February, 18.7.
Person having claim agulnrt aaul e Mate
m e required to exhibit them to the adminis
trator tor allowance within ouo year from
4 hi date, or ihev may be precluded Irom
my benefit ol ld estate, and ir not cxlillil
ted for allowance within two year Irom
tlii date, thev will ho forever barred.
HEUMAN Eb'STKIMIIlOOK. Adinr
mailt with will annexed.
Id hereby given that letter testament
hi v were granted to the undersigned on t he
ist'ate ot Frame Ives, deceased, by the
Trnbutc court of Lincoln comity, Missouri,
ontho4thday or April. 1877.
Terson having claim against ald estntc
are required to exhibit them to theexeetttor
allowance within one year from the
date ol ml.l letter, or they may be prec.lud
d from anv benrllt of aldetateand Hunt
vxblldled to the executor- wlthlu two
jcars they will be forever barred.
J 11,, ' JOHN SCOTT. Kx.
Kotlcc I hereby gtv ell that letter or
i. inmiWiiitloii. were planted lo
the tindeisigncd en the estate ol John
Husciuahll. deceased, by the ."robot
i.ourt of Lincoln comity, Mo., on thol.th
day of April, 1877.
. ... I.... ..tolnta n'.ulnst hillll estate
CI -UHS l.lf, St....."- - . . -----
are required to exhibit them to the adminls
trator lor nllo..imce within one year from
late ot .aid letter, or th v ma.v be prcelud
. il Horn imv bcuetlt of mIiI es ate and II
not exhibited to the administrator within
two veara tbey will be forever banvd.
iipi'i AUUUSTSTOKK. Adm'r.
A DMINISTHATOU'S NOTICE.
1 V Notice Is hereby given that letter
i.f administration were granted to the un
designed l the I'roliato court of Lincoln
count v.Mo.. ou the estate of Thosjr .Abbott,
deeensed, on thcllth day of April. 187..
erons having claims ugulu.t said estate
hiv required to exhibit them to the admin
Mrator for allowance wlthlu one year from
date of publication or they may be pre
i liulcd from ar.v benelltof said etate ; an;
If not exhibited wlthlu two veara they will
in'yi JKI'TllA WELLS, Adm"!
ADM INISTIl ATOU'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that letter! of
mliiiliilstraiion were granted to the under,
sl.'iird on the estate ot lliauah II. Sitton,
dcceacd. bv the Probate Court of Lincoln
(oiiutv. Mo., on the ::otliday or April. 1W7.
Persons having claims ngallist said estate
are 'cqulrcd to exhibit them to tliuMilm'r
ir illowaure within one year Irom the
date or uld letters, or they may be preelu
ded tlom any brnellt ol said estate; anil I'
not exhibited to the executor Within
tun vean they will ie forever barred,
ni-va'p faAAC II. oWINtw, Adm'r.
, UMINISTItATOU'S XOTICK.
2. Notice Is hereby given that letter- ol
i.iliuinistration were granted to the 'llider
sivlicd bv the Probate Court of Lincoln
... .. .... .1... HI. .!.... .., ..... 1 Jmm
lllllliy. .1111.. oil llic visinu. ill ui'in in,,,
upon 'die estate of Martin Mayes, dccil.
IVi.ons therefore having claims ugaluM
said estate are required to exhibit them to
the administrator lor allowance within om
vear from this date, or they may he
iorcver precluded Irom uny beiielil
ul' s:iiit estate, anil If not exhibited for al
lowance within two yeara from thin date,
tlicv will be forever barred.
upi'i THUS. K. KEID, Adm'r.
V DMINISTH ATOU'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that letters ol
administration were granted to the under
signed on the estate of Frances Slttoii,
ilivc.ird. by the Probate Court of Lincoln
nullity. Mo., ou the 1U.li day of April, IH77.
t'ci'Mins liiivinir claims nirainst said estate
are reunited tu exhibit them to the aduduis.
trntorior allowance within one year from
the date of iiald letters, or the) may be pre
cluded Iror viy belietlt of ald estate; and If
not exhibit! for allowance within two
. .'.ir. they will be forever burred.
iiii- S. T. INUItAM. Adm'r.
,t DM INISTR ATOU'S NOTICE
.f Notice ishereby given Hint letter tl
iiilmluistratlou were granted to the under
riyiicd ou tiieestatu olliurdln llalcomb, d-
cised.ontlie '.'rtth day of March. 1877. by
l..e I'robatH Court ol Lincoln futility. Mo.
Vt sous having cIhIiih ugailist said estate
mic icqiilred to exhibit them to the inlintni--l...ii-l"r
ullowauve within one year Irom
..'.ie nt said letters, or thev may be lireclMd-
i rum any l littlt ot said estate, and If not
, a liliited to the Hilmlnistrator within two
'.mi's they will be lui ever barred.
' npi-ipd DAVID IIOLCOMH, Adm'r.
A DMINISril'S NOTICE Nollpo
J i herebv given that letteisol' ailmiuls.
tratiou ete granted to the undersigned by
tiie I' .ul. ite Court of Lincoln count). Mo
nr. tin estate ol licrry Williams, deceased,
, the 1st iluv uf Nov.. H77.
I'.ii'-'ias imnng cJalinsj againit laid estate
.-. i-h.iim d to exhibit them to tlio miIiiiIii-i-iriMi
lur allowance with' l one year from
Hi- il.Cc ol mid letter. ur they mav be pie-
i .il "I ikmii iin beuetit f said etatn: and
li exhibited lor allivvanee within two
it " 1 1 i v wU' be rorever barred.!
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No. 4 Saline county land ; an im
proved farm of 40A acres. 2'JO acre under
fence, 120 acre timber. Hewed log house
of A rooms, 1) stories high: a tenant house
18 by lb; n living and n cistern Well at the
house, 7 springs on fatm and stream ot Ilv
Ing water at one end of It; orchard of 117
Irult tree in hearing; 7 mile from llrown.
vllle, on a railroad. Will bo aold cheap on
long time, or exchanged for properly in tlii
county er St. Louis.
No. A A farm within 1 tntlo nf (he
caurt house In Troy, ftl aerea nt W.7o ; two
try frame bouse with nu L. smoke lmuse.
chicken House, stable, crib, tobacco barn, nu
in good repair, a well and 125 fruit tree.
No. 10 Eighty ncrci 2 wile from
Troy, .10 acre timber. It tory house with an
i., Miaay nous, nnctcn nui.se, hihuhi.,
erlb, ataule, all new bdlldlng; n well anil
stock pond, tie fruit tree, uevv rail. 1'rice
No. 19 Eljfhiy acre four and a half
mile from Troy, it ory nouse, smoao
house. '1 stables, il com crib with Wilson
shed between, 4 good springs, more than 100
rrult tree in bearing, Mill witniu i Mtie.
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four acre ror $400, 5 mil Lem Troy. Yery
lino rrult laud.
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nere ; 1 tract composed or 4 farm. 4 dwell
ing houses, barn, stable gruiiurlc and all
iieceary outbuilding: iwn fruit tree. It
will bo sold in parcel or as on tract, l'rlce
V22.Q0 per acre
Fo. 25 Twa hunilrcil anil forty
acres .1 mile from Troy, nil fenced, nud
well act In gru ; 140 acre 1 woodland pas
ture, l'rlce tti720,
No. 27 Ouo htindroil forty-eight
acres, 1 mile of Troy, brick house of H rooms,
tenant house 10 by 20, large frame barn,
..rll. will, tvninn sbnl. stuhlc. smiiiil'V. ten
bouse, hen nnd smoke bouse, good cellar.
2 well and brunch for todk water, largo
orcliaru in Hearing; vuuue ruau upou iw
sides. Trice d.'iOUU.
No. 34 Two htuiilreil acres adjoin
Ing Trov, all under fence and divided into
llelds ot convenient lze,tileiiy s! -.v,riient
timber, a brick dwelling i Mnrles 6 rooms,
large eelbtr,l -gt u.irn nnd stable. LVi fruit
t"e :t ucirtug, large shade tree in the
iiuiisd yard and un avenue of khudn tree
rum the main extruuee to the house.
No. 36 Olio hundred nnd seventy
live were n mile north of Millwood. 75
acres iciiccuntia in cultivation, ivo acres itno
timber. Hewed log house of .f largo roumS,
cistern well and spring, tohaeco bam stable,
erlb Ac; about 200 fruit tree. Trice $1000.
No. 37 One liuiitlreil nnd ten nr res
3 mile south of Troy. 7.'i uere leneed and
In cultivation ; :I3 ncrestlmber; log Iioii of
:i room, nuok iioite, won. s si.iuies, ineiity
of stock water; 125 fruit tree lu bearing.
No.38 One hu nil red nud sixty nero
li mile south of New Hone. 40 acres In
cultivation and fenced, 120 nere good t Un
heal . iievved lotr noiisc oi ii rooms, smoke
house, cistern well, 70 Irult tree in bearing,
stable, crib and shed, a 5-tlcr tobacco bum.
No. 39 Ono huiulrcilatiil aeyonly.
elsht t uere. 21 miles cast of .Moscow, un
leneed and lu cultivutiou. Large house ol',".
rooms, s.noke bouse, chicken hulls, stables
crib, tobacco barn, cistern well at luiilse, I .'ill
fruit trees, (everything In good order. Half
mile to new school house, l'rlce gtsioo.
No. 41 Two hundred ontl lift v-tilnn
acres 4 mile southeast or Auburn. 140 un
dec fence and In cultivation. KM acres in tim
ber. Large 2-story frame house ot 7 rooms.
2 tenant bouses, 2 stable witli large shed. 2
cribs, w:i!;on shod. All very convenient.
Over aoo fruit trees in bearing. (Send neigh
borhood. s-cboul house near. Trice tUluu.
No. 42-Klchty nnroa, 1 mile) north
west of Troy. 40 acre in cultivation, 40
acres timber, neat cottage house ul' ;i large
rooms, smoke house, cistern well, irood
spring, about 100 fruit tree In bearing. Trice
No. 43.-Two hundred nnd forty
acre fi miles east ol Troy, 1 ID acres fenced
Into convenient llflds, 1 lu acres ot the very
bent timber. A dwelling house or four large
rooms, also a tenant house and ull necessa
ry out houses, 2 large tobacco burns, orchard
lu bearing. All small fruits in the garden.
HnmlMom.s IVow O'ot.tnjr
And ther Desirable Propeity.
lhavo taken charge ol the Tinnier Home
In Trov. and propose tu keep it Jrt-clas ho
tel in e'verv rcprct. I have been lout: in the
business at St. LoiiIshiiiI Columbia. Missou
ri, Mild Hatter m)ell'tliat my experience
enables me toito all I claim, lit eunuectlun
with thu hotel thero is
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ST. NICNOUS FOR 1877,
which opew with November, 1A7U. begun it
short and very enteitalnlhg serial from the
French. "The Kingdom of the tlreedy," u
story nduplcd to the Thanksgiving eaon.
Another serial or absorbing intercut to
"0)!" "His Own Master,"
bv J, T. Trowbridge, author or the ".lack
Hazard .Stories, begin In the Christmas
(sides setiul stories , Christmas stories,
lively sketches, poem and picture lor thu
holidays, utttl some astonishing Illustration
or Oriental spoils, with drawings bv Sia
mese artists. The. Christmas Holiday Num
ber ol St. Nicholas, superbly Illustrated,,
contains n very interesting paper,
"THE BOYS OF M
lly William Ciillrn llryant.
Donatrall la bnr Mt. Nirhnlam for
the C'krlktmaa llolldara 1 1'rico t4cl.
Durini: Hie year there will be Interesting
paper for bny. I.y William Culleii Bryant,
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"Twelve tllv ll-tuiem'
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mas. showing "'tho Star or ICach Month,"
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to the public.
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nnd frolic nud wn ainl wisdom, will be min
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pleasure to tin- i,.
Good News for Boys and Girls
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SCItlHNKU it CO.. Uruadwuv. N. Y-
A Year of Moraent'ous Political Events.
MISSOURI REPUBLICAN .
Momentous events aru thronging to I he
front. Two ptiiiltciil partlr of the country
are marshalling their intellectual lolcei lor
the cousltiitlr,uil buttle, mi which hangs the
fate of the government lor the ensuing roup
years, perhaps fur all time. From now tilt
the 4th nf March the republic will bo thu
theater nf a dram more llirllllmc in Interest
thau any ever belnre. ctiacleil iu Atneiica.
tu t followed, in all nrohabillly, bv a perl
ml of thnpiofiiuiulost ciiiicel'li to iiiroui peo
ple. Some predict a terrible clash of arms,
but whether or not war results limn the
turbulent conditiouof tliii public mill I. it Is.
cerlaln that Iho year 1K77 Will sen thick
crowdlm; occurrence of great moment.
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