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THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1877.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1877.
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THE ST. LOUIS MARKET.
I'roin llio Republican, June 1.1
WHEAT.-Samples were In the
ccneral dull at liotit Tuesday's
views, but straight lot helil tlrmcr.
Cash No. 2 was fully firm at Tues
tav fltrinp. although apparently
lower, but tho hluhot pneo on that
day Including tho condition of abort
storage. For Not. 3 and 4 thero was
n outildo mill lis demand, ana sum
clontly real to Induce higher bids No
'i beginning ai 91.01, aim miiowiup,
aniiliiir at Si 62 and SI 62 3-4. which
Utter was 2 3-4o litcher than a sale
vnainrilnv. "o. 4 &llo participated III
tho demand and sold 3 l2o higher
than Tuesday, tho preceding sale
nntml. Future attract no interest.
and bids are so far below any proba
bility of a seller's viewaas to define
CORK. Was slow for cash, al
though sellers, whllo itltrin expecta
tion al tlieBoutiet, were IIKO uurMi,
"willing," hs soon the expectation
ivas found without a fnundtiiiou, and
sales were, readily effected at still
lower prices. Thero was a good
milling demand for whllo and white
mixed samples, but not for grades of
the latter, No. 2 hating 2c lower bid
for It, whllo It was ottered 1 l2o
lower at 46c; and rejected corn sold
l2c lower than Tuesday, and no
grado 3-4c lower. Futures were
much quieter; without backbone,
ml toner at noenluiM and closlnir.
Juno openlug at 42 l-2c and doing at
42 l-iic, July at 4 I'to aim ciiuk
ltc lower, and August opening and
closing the same, with an intermedi
ate figure. We would say that fu
ture closed 1 l-4o lower. Sales
Ofi.VOOO huihels for future.
OATS In bulk and sacked sample
lota ol choice finality were in uoodde
mand. with holders firm, but buyers
objecting to prices asked and grades
were In demand anil sold hlirher No.
2 at 39 l-2u, and rejected irregular,
selling up to 38c from 35 l-2c, but
closing at 37c. which was lc better
than vesicrdsv. Futures wero itiac
tlvo. Receipts were large at .54,173
bushels, but mainly comprehended re
jected. HYE. Was only salable tit prices
far below sellers asking, and no salsa
of grades resulted. Holders were at
7.'o for No. 2, with no bid offered, and
7uc for rejected.
LEAF TOBACCO. Was in con
siderably better offering, and tho de
luiiud was better. Anything with
color, in shipping weight packages,
was in active demand uiid some col
ory manufacturing grades (mainly
from Arkansas) sold at slightly bet
ter prices ; common lugs continue, to
rulo dull mid dragging. Wo quote:
Inferior trashy lags $2 40 to2 70 ; com
mon dark lugs, rough tied, $2 80 to
3 20 ; Fair to good dark lugs $3 25 to
3 7. : fair to ifuod bright luus $3 M to
4 60 ; inferior nnndnsci ipt leaf,$3 75 to
4 i. common UnrK leal go too; mo
dlum durk leaf 46 60 1 o 7 60 : medium
red leaf 7 to 8 ; good red lear i9 to
11; medium hall bright wrapping
leaf $13 to 1G; medium bright wrap
ping leaf $20 to 2760; good to fair
bright wrapping lear $30 to 6.1. To
bacco In boxes and small, Irregular
packages, generally 60c to $1 per 100
lb, less luau quotations lull-sized
CATTLE hxlia to chojeo steers
Fine, fat, well-fornifd and graded
steers, uvernglug 1,400 lo 1,600 Iba,
we qunto at tjso to to o 70; Mtiry, av
enging 1,600 Iba and over, $6 76 to 0
Good to prime steer Well-fat
tened steers avoragiug 1.200 to 1,300
lbs. wo uuoto them at 60 to 5 80.
Fair steers This class Includes
steers in fair flesh, averaging 1,000 to
1,200 lbs. We quote them at $5 to
Medium or Urht native steers
Steady and In active demand at $4 60
to i 80 : common do at S3 76 to 4 25.
Native stock and feeding steers-
Tins (loscriptiou inciuue mi tunny
steers averaging 000 to 1.200 lbs, We
qiioto good to prime ut $4 i5 to 4 90 ;
fair $4 36 to 4 60 ; common $3 75 to
Native cows and heifers We quote
good lo choice at $4 75 to 5 ; fair 44 60
to 4 65 : common (3 75 to 4, aud scal
awag $3 to 3 40.
Texas and Indian stock Wo quote
fiood lo choice wintered Tcxuu steers,
averaging 000 to 1,100 lb at $4 76 to
6 ; fair at $i 25 to 4 0, and common
$3 to 390.
Cows and calves and springers
We quote good to prima at $35 to 40,
and choice at $40 to 45 ; common at
$17 to 20, and fair at $20 to 30.
Dull We quote them at $2 75 to
$3 and 4, according to condition.
Veal calves In Ugh, demand at
$4 to A for common, $6 60 to 6 for fair
and $6 0 lo 7 25 Tor good to prime
Texans and $7 to 10 for fair to good
Oxen We quota good at $4 to 4 25
pritno at $4 40 to 4 60, common at
$3 40 to 8 76, and fair at $3 80 to 4 16.
Grass fad or through Texan steere
Fair to good and choice gradea in
demand at $3 25 to 3 60 and $4. Com
mon mixed dull aud alow of aale at
$2 65 to 3.
Inferior Light and tktH cowa,
heifers, alags and bulla and scalawag
steers, both Texan and native, in fair
request and steady at $3 to 3 75.
HOGS All classes of buyers were
again out in full force, and again they
all exhibited a good deal of anima
tion to operate, but had to curtail
their demand, aa usual, considerably.
Light to heavy hogs were In ex
tremely good Inqalry and full 6,000
head could easily have found dispos
als were they on sale. Shippers were
the leading operators, they being able
to pay the highest prices for hogs.
Good 200 lbs ahipptng hogs brought
on an average $5 per 100 lbs. Tho
cry is for more hogs, although prices
will not be any higher, yet undoubt
edly will maintain their own. The
market closed steady. Values firm
at $475 to 5 16 for light to best heavy
hegs. Blockers extremo $3 to 4 per
IXL Food for Hogs
Sure Preventive of Cholera.
Keen lloa In a solsndtd condlttsn. Injures
thorough distention ami fatten In 1 less time.
WjT io we Brood bow it imparts neann
and vigor to both motber and offspring.
ffS JPER loo FOUNDS.
For full Information or sample address
w. . CLiAiitt, uincinnau, u.
J. A. WAItn.
J'nO Sola Agents for Lincoln County.
Ltttsrs or administration on tits estate
ofAntolie Union, deceased, wero granted
to the underfilled on the 12th day ot,Feb
rttary, M77, by the Probate Csurt of Lincoln
All persons having claim sgslnst said es
tate are required to exhibit them fsr allow
ance to tba administrator within one year
after tits date or ssld letters, or they may bo
precluded from any bi-acllt of sucli estate ;
nu ii iucii viniinv ue 1101 exiiumea wiiiiui
two years from the date of said letters, thsy
will oe forever bsrred.
Tills 23d day or May. 1877.
ni.llli.UT UUION, Ados'r.
Nstlce Is hereby Kiven that letter of
artmlnUtratlon were granted to the under-
iKncu dt tut rroimio court or Lincoln
ounty, Missouri, on the estate or Willi
MiocKicc, on me istnaay orsiur.iHT,.
l'ersons bavini: claims iiiraiust said estate
aru required to exhibit tht-iu to the adminis
trator for allowance within one year from
date orsuld letters, or thry maybe precluded
iron, my ucneui 01 huiu o-iaic; nun n uoi
exhibited for allowance, within two years,
they will be forever burred.
myl8 MAItOAKKT A. BlIOCKLEK.Adni'x
List of letters advertised June lat,
1877, and If not called for In ono
mouth, will be relumed to (lead let
ter ofllco: G. W. MoitR, I. M.
Col well Mrs. A.
Cheruey Mrs. A.
Cooper J. A.
Hall W. II.
Morris Mrs. C. F.
McKeo Mrs. M.
Nul'Io M. A.
Sydnor T. II. C.
Wrlnht James A.
Young Miss Mollte
Parker & Co. have a now sign.
The work was executed by the artls
tic palutor, Mr. Herman.
Mr. Walton Perkins left yosterday
to attend tho election of directors of
the St. Louis, Hannibal and Keokuk
railroad to bo hold at Hannibal ou the
The artiat, Mr. Elbert Lee, who haa
been on a flying visit to Nashville
aud Lebanon, Tetiuassee, returned
Sunday. He proposes to clear up
certain prejudicial reporla concern
ing himself and family, having re
ccived sworn statements which
should set. tho matter at rest.
Ou Monday, Wayman C. Jackson,
esq., was examined iu opou court aud
admitted to practice. Nearly every
lawyor present "took a shot' at Mr.
Jackson aud he stood tbo ordeal moat
creditably. We congratulate him on
us success. Arkansas Sentinel.
Mii.k.- On aud after tho 15th of
May, I will deliver milk for 20 cents
a gallon ; cream 16 ceuta a quart, aud
buttor-mllk 10 cents a gallon.
Mks. Tii.liu Hammond.
A largo addition to our etock of
Ready Mado Clothing, at tho Dry
Goods Headquarters, to which we
invito tpecial attontion.
O. W. PARKER Ss CO.
May 15, 1877.
Go to n. S. Crows & Co's. hard
waro atore for an "Advance" "Dofl
anco" or "Black Hawk" Cultivator
Tho price is (iiiaranteed to bo as low
as the lowest. 1Cw4.
Mr. Dodge, statistician of the dr
parttnent ot agriculture, reports aa tho
result of tho investigation of lossus
from diseases of awitiu, during the
past tweivo mouths, t lieMeit ruction f,
4,000,000 animals of all ages, and tho
money loss more man $20,000,000
une-uiinor toe reported loss occur
red in the stato of Illinois. Noxt In
prominence aio Missouri, Iowa aud
iniiiaun, wiiioli together loo 810.000.
000. Florida, Alabama, Mississippi
nun L,uuisiBiin uavo nonriy as largo
percentage oi mss in numiiers, augre
gating in value $1,600,000. Tim
losses were very small In tho country
bordering on the great lakes arid the
raoiuu coast, oi the remaining dls
trict West Virginia comes the uearest
to exemption, and Ohio and tho At
lantic coast states stand better than
tno auuviai districts, who lost equlv
'.lent to tho third of the sum ot ex
ports of tho pork products of last
Bi .mJilh ami Aih I n I v ro-tnil In (tie
estate of Thomas Slsvons, dci eiwcd, are ao-
ttneu tost tne unoersisnca suuinisirawr m
said estate Intend to make a final settle
ment of said estate at the next term or the
1'robate Court of Mncola county, Missouri,
to bo holden at Troy In said county, ou the
fink 4 r i,.i. fur?
41V.I. ."V w 1 W,ll AO...
mis Din uay oi uune, iBn. . .
J. W. BLAVEN9, Adm'r.
T7HNAL SETTLEMENT.-All ered
JJ Uors and others Interested In the es
teto ot Johu Daniel, deceased, are notified
Hint tha underiiltrned ailinlnNtrator or said
estate intend to make a Hunt settlement of
said estate at the next term or tne rrouate
Court or Lincoln county, Missouri, to be
bolden at Troy. In said county, on the 16th
UHT VI V.IT. JO,,.
This 23d day of May, 1877.
at?i ' i Adm'r.
US Ia.l IBU
T71INAL SETTLEMENT. All
J? creditor and ethers Interested In
the estnto of James F. Ilamiuack. deceased
are notlded'that tbe tiiiilcrlncd curator or
said estate intends to maae u mini settle
ment or said estate, at the next term or the
Probate Court or Lincoln county, Missouri,
to he holden at Trov In said county, on the
lutn uay or.iuiy, ia,,.
This tJtli day ol June. 177.
J Of IN C. DOWNING, Curator.
Til IN A L SETTLEMENT. All
JJ creditors and others interested In the
co-partnership estate or W. L. Dunn it Co.,
arenotilied that the unikmlRiicil adminis
trator or said estate Intends to make a llnal
settlement ot said estate at the next term or
thu Probate Court ol Lincoln county. Mis
souri, to be holden at Troy In said count) on
inc iuiii nay oi .liny, iph.
This Mb day or June, 1877.
JAM. N. -NORTON, Adm'r,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS.
Keens a Lnrce Stock ol
Wall Pocket. Bracket.
Toilet ttlatmeN, Picture
frame, Picture Cord,
Children's) Carriages, and
Looking tllaxftCM nil com
plete aud in plate.
Prices as Low
AB THE LOWEST!
Always keeps a Largo Stock of
SAM'L T. EAST,
Drugs and Medicines.
Has always on Hand a Complete Stock of
Drugs and the Popular Patent Medi
cines of the Day:
LEAD. PAINTS, OILS,
vHNistfEs no window .0180.
Keeps a Large and Carefully Selected Stock of
The Latest Patterns of Wall Paper,
.ill, marked nonw:
A Good Line of Combs, Brashes, Toilet
Soap, Albums, Cigars, Tobacco,
Pipes, Confectionery and
.il, mir a stock.
HAS THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Miscellaneous Books and Stationery
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES.
UgHKParticular Attention given to the Com
pounding of Physicians' Prescriptions,
none but the Purest Drugs used, and Invaria
bly compounded by an experienced and com
Especial attention given to the sale of
TOBACCO AIVD GRAIN,
Parties wishing to be advised of our market will
please Airnish us their addresses.
Walnut, Rosewood lint., and Gloss-
nnne uomns tnaao a specialty.
They can be furnlslicil on
THE S HONEST NOTICE.
ESPECIALLY FOR CASH I
ON NEW AND OLD WORK!
I STll.L CAUHY OS
BLACKSMITHING AND WAGQNMAKIRG
I Imvo both slinpn coimrctdl. anil )iut up
Now Wul'oih. Uuirulut. 1'luvvi and Sinclo
and Double ShovcN.
DoallklndN of work on tlm ShortMtJlo
tlec, VMSO THE UKST MATKKIAU
Work Warranted to Give
Troy Livery Stable
T. G. SYDXOR,
At the Brick Stables on Main Street,
Styllah Turnouts, Rollablo Horaea
and Reasonable Hire.
Houses 13oaiiukd nv Day uii Wbbk.
lly the iluy i.'i cmilx a feed, lly tliu
I am now in cparod to Itirnlrh l.tinilit'runci
do iinvtliiiiif In a Orpcntrr' line of hui
nc, on short not ire, anil ou tlx- .moat kkah.
unaiii.k TKIIMX. IVroni vUlilii(r to llnlhl
or KcDiur will find It to their Imeruslto glTc
VI. II. BHYAN.
Itpreronc-c. llr. W. S. Unit. T. W. With
row. It. O. Wnollnlk, T. U. .Sydnor, II. II.
Norton, f). 8. Ciuw. inartl-77
Ono door South of tho Laclede Hotel,
PRANK WOLF. - Proprietor.
Shaving, SUuniioonlnvr uml llulr-cuttlns
In the hlh'ht'H ntvlo ot ilie art. I.iulits
flair Dicoluii. tviyl
GTTiryou want I'oslors,
If you wnut Envelops,
CV" If you want Dill llimds,
Cr7 If you want Statements,
CV If you want Ilox Labels,
CiF If you wnnt Nolo Heads,
If you want Show Cards,
O?" If you wnnt Justice ninuks,
'iF II you want Auction Bills,
faf If you want Calling Cards,
(jT If you want BiisIih.'s Cards,
(T' If you want I'rourninmcs,
If you want Loiter Heads,
QW II you want Hank Climtka,
Ct?" H you want Slilp1n,' Tas,
IT" It you want Hall Tickets,
C" If you want W(tliliii; Cards,
t" If you want luvlialinii Cards,
Gfliyou want Dusluoss Wrappers,
C3? If. von wantl'ninplilntsPilutcil,
dTIf you want .lob IMntliijr of
auy description, done in a inoiit satis.
Inctory tiiiiunnr, you can satisfy your
waiiln liy culliiif,' at or nddressitiir tho
Troy Herald, Troy, Mo.,
THE TROY HERALD.