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Tie Vatlig Cases.
Daring the Fall term of tho Colo Cir
cuit Court, Wm. M.' Dean of this city, and
Jscob Hale and David Trimble, were in
dieted for falsely taking the voting oath.
At tho hat term of the Colo Cirouit
Court, these gentlemen took a change of
Tonue, ana tw oases wero sent to uaiia
This Court conrened on Monday and
the cues being at onco taken up, Judge
Buokhardt sustained the motions to quash
We understand tlm Judge declared
himself bound by thu decision of the State
Supremo Court, yet plainly intimated the
belief that tho oath was unconstitutional.
The motion to quash was sustained on
the ground that tho allegations of the in
dictments were not sufficiently set forth.
Jefferson City Tribune.
FrotJ die South.
Cairo, April 14.
Our town was full of excitement last
night over a report that a eafo of cholera
had been landed here by a .New Orleans
A gentleman just arrived hero from Al
abama report unparalleled fullering
among the pcoplu from want, many hav
ing actually died of starvation, and thou
sands of others verging on death, with
hardly a hope ahead. Thu United States
Court was 1 it session in Florida. The
yellow fever was reported raging at Key
West. Tho troop stationed thcro hall
Iceu ordered away.
Iiuporlanl lo Immigrants,
Persons desiring to conic to fc'uuthwwt
Missouri will licfuruialied certificate: with
which they can ulit.tiii luill-I'mo tickets,
1 1 oni St. Louis to Holla, by culling upmi
the gentlemanly 1'ic-idcut of tho Hoard
of Comiiii.'.Miiiiors nl'tlic Sinit lnvot I'acil'
i" ltuili-.i.nl, at lii.-t olik'O on I'me i-1 t ,
St. Liuti., .Mi.-'-uuri.
I, . , . ,i . ii ! . mi
It IS Utl lorMuii'i that tllO I'l'-'.-Uleilt Will
mnl Id Ioiiimi'ss a uuejt;ii:c, in which he i
will Mtj.go.Nt a iim.iilitatioti of the t.-t
oath, inoriler to enable tho i.ovcrmncnti
to fill the vaeaiicie?, nlllco.-s, of the i
."until, in norriri mien wil l t in iiiniiiiui. i
ti'.in.s (ii'licaili of ili-pai intent?.
The City (.'uttiif'.l of hVil.ilin 1i:ij i:ii
cil tin ordiiitii-o lisin the :al-ary nf their
Mayor nt Soli!) t cr vctr, and tho niciiihei--
of the (.'imiii'il at Tit) l'ur oarh U''tih't
tnoctiii!,'. I nu flavor ni tins city receive!
a s ilary of lint f.:.")ll mt niitittin. and the
Curious IVovIso in
a Will. ,
'ty a tlerinat!
Ahunt the Iri ni' .hunt 't y a
uiii'Ii.-imm1 t'i'iiiii lliul iiml .laiiii.soii, tin.
tees nf .Mr. laviil tioinllollnw, a lot nl'
j;rotitiil tn-ar ths A:i mile II hum. A day
ir two iin, he was aliimt to pell thu lot
to a enlmed e;ctitleiii:ui, when on exam
mill:,' his deed he I'uiiml a iioviii u lhal
the ground shnuld never he fold o: nut
ed tn a pimhler, a hecr hmi.'ii !;e"icr, a
ncgio, or Jh- any nthef 'liili-:anre.''
A wiTe who often i-tnnued al lief Im- -hand
was sitting with him itt her'hrcak
fast tahle. when fuddouly, tiniid loud
enithui'.', ''De r nc !" She exclaimi-d,
"a hit of pejiper Iinst iiit in my windpiic!"
"llnnieano pijic, you mean, my dear,"
fnolly rrjoinca her .sarcastic spouse.
TROY MARKET UKI'OltT.
' neetc 1 itoiy neck liy IV. Hm.vM-.v.l
Tr.ov. A in tl 3, ISM.
por.K -rrm 5:;fi5? t bnn.lreil lb.
UnUl' I t 'in f7C'ii-i t liun.lici lb.
I'.OliN -I'r m ll.fi.lfc t bn.liel.
DATS I'min Jto.i.-i'Je f bushel.
WIIK.M' -Vroni :(,i?2.tt0 l bushel
lilisni AITI.I.S -rrmn .Ml"W ji.Jn V bn-li.
i:ii:ii I'lIVCHES l-'rom ;3.iOtr?t.l)(i t b.h.
llllY IIIDl.S Uc Hi.
uni;i:x imnc--iio .
i;i,il -l.Vi V il.i7.-n.
ni'TTi:!'. .Vinov i :'
i.aud i'i :,r,i ' id
'.lll'.l'. ; .UT!,i:- M'u.7 l' lenhol.
ri.OI K l'roui jillf.i.-.M V bntr. l.
'rK V Mi: I,-.'."(.i.Oc V bu.hel.
n'tiAit i'ii.i i iii
fui FHi: ;i-.o v in
" "j7 p." T"6siRi5ir& ' co.'
U'holf.'alo and Hetall dealers In
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Periodicals & Cheap rublicallons
No, 19 X. Fourth !. opposito tho C'juit House,
Orders fioin Hie euiintry tiromptly iitti-uded to,
unit forwarded us iiuiek us by any other house in
Hi. Louis. upril 13, Vu
VnliKiblc Istiiitl for Naif!
The subscriber wishes to sell his
Tit ACT Ol-' I'lMl jlamj,
ailuated la Lincoln couuty, Mo, It contain about
1 500 ACHES;
and is a part of BpnuUb Survoy, Number 1737,
and a part of Iho league siuaro sold and convcyod
In tho year 1318, by .oulurd to Coles and Carter,
A Inreo Portion of raid tract Is I'lnclv Tim
bered; und Its soil well adapted to tbvgrowtb of
Corn, lvlicat and Tobacco.
Tor particulars Inquire of J. Winn Davis, Eau,.
of Clarkavllle, Pike countv, Mil.
ROBERT U. CARTER, oriYlrginia.
I I Utl
ffM curt Utt XtCB or SALT JXBEVU.
In a few applications. It ulio curca nralrie
Ti i!i Cn"rlnt, Uleors and nil Etuptlona if
- .,m nneri) otner roiueuies nave oeeu irien in
vuln, curca speedily and thoroughly. Prico 50
yute a box. Hold by nil druggists. By scndln
V cents In a letter in Collins Hrothers. Rout!
Wet corner id and Vino atreets , tit. Louis, Ml4-
.., n,u ,m Uj BMU lrep 0 puug(.
TO THE LADIES.
MRS. SEDI.AOEK would respoctfully Inform
tho Ladles of Troy Sid vicinity, that aho will
remove her atook of MIIXINEltY GOODS
In a few day, to the roem opposite Waddle and
Hntti Drug itcrt, and ona door eut of the Poit
Office, where the will exhibit tho latest style of
sp BONNETS, HATS, fl
RIBBONS ic FLOWERS,
which cannot fall to please, and aa good a stock
as was ever brought to this market. I am alio
Out Sc oVIcilco DrcHSci
In llio tales and most approved patterns.
All work In my lino dono with neatness and
Thankful to the Ladies of iToynnd vicinity for
past patronage, I hope tu merit and rccclvo o con
linunnco of tho same, as It will ever be iny atudy
lo plcaso them. nprll 211 180S.
I IXAL SKTTLEJIENT.
XOTICK Is horchv islvm lonll ncrsnna Interest
ed that tliu undersigned lixocutnr of tho estate of
maiiv wci.tv n.oca-ul. will in.'ilio a final settle
sncnt of liix U'Iiuliillr:iln of raid estate nt the
noxt may ti'imoftho I.luinln county Court) to lo
begun nud held In Troy, on tho 14th day of way
IS'iil. .Samcm. Huwim. Kxccutor.
April 20, 18CJ i,17 4w
NOTICE is hereby Riven that letters or Ad
ministration woro cranio 1 to Hlchard Wouimnck
on Iho estate of William Trail deceased, April
17, ISliii, by tho Clirk or tho county Court of Lin
coln county, Missouri. All porsons having claims
ii gainst "aid estate aroiciiiirrd to exhibit tlicm to
ihundmlniflru'iir for allowance within one vvnr
from tlio dalo of said letters, or tbcv liny be "pre
cluded from imy benefit of said cstiite, and if not
exhibited within thrcoycors from the dato of said
liners tncy will im loruvor barred
lttCllillll Wommai r. A.lnilni.lrnlnr
lt'.i'. nl7 4ir
A in i ii ! t ra t o sV Salt'.
I yy' irhio of .nt ordir nflbo Warren county
J Jl'otirl in l ie hi the ndtmirn .1 tetin i.nmlin.i.
-and eilit hiui'lii d and fixty-live ( ImI.'i.) I will
, ' :n obi-diimi lo s.n.l older, on llie tiftecnth (IMIi)
lay of M iv ii"t, at the ejstilm.r oftla- Comt
Mi us", in III- town of Trov. In l.tin-.iln rnmii.
I, t ... , .. '
' " """ mo w Ion ot the I'omilv
Curt of I.IiitoIii eoiinty. e.i."-e nt pnhli, nieti.,n
'" ""' ii.i' o-t .u,m j. a. iiiikhi-ud. li.vtMstd,
j;;',. ,u 1"c r1,11 wl!,iu fmious to
forty (10) acres of the soutliweit -(ii.irie-of the
"'." , ;inrur ot k'i..h ilghkoiui j town-
v i u.n noi,
iT'i.'i't' I iiii.ii i I ... .
ler ! n.-llon ii,''uci.ii (.s) (uivnjiii
t till! Htjlt
'.ic hiindr d .m l fifty iljjht mre mid clihly
f .ur linndritli nl'i.n o.-rn ( I.Vt M.i'i ncre) lot
l" (J) 'l the fnutll ive.t iiiaiti r of teeliua vh
teen, (Ii) lon.,!ili lil'iy (.xiiningo tnu wot,
I'oity-lho iieres na 1 tirin'y iiino nv himdrellis
fun neri'( 'J'.i-10'J ua.') ..ft he , until west iinur
ler of tb.) north ea.t iU'irter of notion three,
lmvn!ilji fnrty.iil.ie, ringe three w-t.
l'orl., n).iere.- ol'lhe n.ouli i.i-l -i:u t.-r of the
nth ..t n'MWr of n.t.,ii tl.ni- lnniifhlp
'rfy-ni'ie. I in"' lliue iw st,
I'oriv ( U) ,ieret "I ih" milli wi tl ijn irter ortlie
'oui'.t .' t utiv if .. vtioni levin, ii.nn-'ilp ! r
ty nlii''. ( 111; iiiiij.' i'iii k n .
."'evi rilj -nini; C'.l) ii':ie; the "outli luilf of lot
two, north ot iii:uter ni scutioii ilghtieii to-All-fhlp
fifty, iiiiii;v two ivojr.
'I CI llli of !3.ll('. Hue h.ilf e.l.h, biilllleo in
Iwilvo it. ni p'lieh i-er r-liln d"ed of ini.t mi
l.lii.l f d i In n- ; nreli i-e iiiiiih-v.
KUIlKitT It. AI.I.KX. J.m.V.'m(..r,
.1 .Hi . A. Itnlilu'.id. iliciui I.
.j. I l.t. l-.i'i.
( - Tie
Troy, hiving Minned f om his former
uec tnkes thi initliiiil to Inform bis
friend nml t atroti', Hint be i-nn bo fmu.d bilfii
niilo iinrili itet ol S.iiiiiiiI llciuvll's store, on the
limy r I bailing from 'I'my In Mtddletonn,
and i iniend to nil Mite when p tiled ll) on, on
reiisim ible terms. Tlinsikful for iii"t f.ivors, and
nrkx for a III-" nil -h ire of bii'incss in bli line.
April 13, Isnd. rilG.Im
NnTlt'l! Is henry uiven tn nil twrsoiH inler-
e.ied tint t!i j undt-r'lgncd Adminl'!rit"r nf
ilioeo.'Henf John .lanes deceased, Mlllraufce a
I'nisl settlement of bis administration of sables
lull-. Jt tb.' m.t .Vjy te-i.i ol'tlie Llneoln ciiuly
Coin I, to lu begun nnd bill in Ttv, on .ir.ui.iy
tho l lth dty ot si.iy Ifiitl. nlo'-pfiw
. T. MUDD, AdaiinL'trator.
A ill 13, lSl'iii.
;;OTI''K Is h-rtl y given to nil peiMMts intcr
I'tel tint the iindcMgiieil llxceuljis of llio itnto
I of Andrew I'ltiliv dec used, will mike a l'lnnt
I rVtttiimnt oftb'.r nOiiiliilsiraliou nt mid eslute
i .it the net Mny lorm oftbo Lincoln County Court,
1 to Ii- higun imdheM in Troy on .Mmi l.iy llio 1 llli
! d.-.y of.l.i" IM.ll.
a. i:. & wir. fi.i.i:v i;.uut n
i April 13 I "Hit. nlii
i E2cr jc,u;itiojB ol BiXCCtitioii.
The uiidciKlitneil, Kxicutor if Jonnthun 11.
Cull', deeciisTil, Into of Lincoln County, Mo., will,
nttliuMuy tcim of the County Court of said
county , to bo begun nnd held nt tho Court lloii-o
in Troy, on tlio sec. mil .Mnntlny of .'lay iM.o, nil-
plv for permission to lesion his cxeeutorsliip of
said estuto. WILLIAM YOL'XIi,
TyoTICK Is hereby given to all persons Interca
st ted that tho undersigned cxeeutor of the es
tuto id Win, Taylor, deceased, will mako a final
settlement of bis administration of said estuto at
tlio ni'Ht May term of tho Lincoln County Court,
to bo begun nnd held In Troy on Monday, May
II, lb6l). ANDKKw COCHHAN,
Notice Is hereby given to all persona Interested
that tho undersigned administrator nf tbo estato
of Thomas Myers, deceased, will tnuko a liual
settlement of his administration of said estate, at
the next May term of tho Lincoln County Court,
tu bo begun and held In Troy, on Monday, May
H 1806. HARNETT MYLUS,
n .i 11 IC-nlS-lw Adminiitratoi.
NOTICE la hereby given to all persois Inter
ested that tho undersigned Ruardiaa of tho cstute
of L'rally Ilobbins, will make Fiuul settlement
of his administration of said estate at tho next
may term of tho Llnco n county Court, to be be
gun nnd held in Troy, on Jonday the 14th day
of may 1800. A. L, KENNEDY Uuardlun.
April 1J 11(6. nlC pw
Stray Notice Taken up by llartlctt Copps,
of Prairie townships black tfilly, three yeara old,
a few while hairs in forehead, some collar marks,
fourteen and three quarter banda high, npptatsed
at ?TD,UO by Robert 0. Chasten and Elmore
Wambles, before Robert Vcrdier, J. P.
April 11, lbsa. nil 4w
for Sales Inquire at
KotlcCls hereby gtren that letters of adminis
tration wero grsntcd to Kdward Hawkins on the
citato of Caroline M. Rector, deceased, February
12, 1806, by tho Clerk of tho County Court of
Lincoln county, Mo.
All persona having claims against aald estate
are required to exhibit them to the atmlnlatrafor
for allowance within one year from tho date of said
letters, or they may be preoluded from any bene
fit of aald estate, and If not exhibited within threo
yeara from tho dato of saw letters they will be
rorever barred. EDWARD HAWKINS,
march IO-nl23w. Administrator.
Notlco is hereby given that letters of Adminis
tration wero wanted to Walker Davia on the estate
of Charles J. Clark, deceased, on the ISth day of
February 1889 by tho Clerk of the county Court of
Lincoln county mo: aii persons having claims
against said estate aro required to exhibit them
to iho administrator for allowance within ono
year from tho date of said letters, or thev may bo
precluded from any benefit in said estatoi and If
claims no not extuiiitcii wiiinn three j ears trom
tho dato of said tetters they will bo forever barred
YVALKKR DAVIS, Administrator.
LKTTKltS of administration de bonia non on
tho oslato of Josciih I., lltcnncrhassctt. dee'd.
wero granted to tho undersigned by tho Clerk of
tno county court ot Lincoln county, .Mo., .March
0, I Kid. Tho letters of administration, granted
on said estate lo Allco JUtennerliassctt wero vaca
ted by death of said administratrix.
KUANCIri S. SWKESEV,
n!2 -Sir. Administrator do bonis non
ATOTICK Is hereby civtn lo nil persons Inter
ll eatcd that the undersigned administrator of
the estate of m. I,, Mg.in, deceased, will mako
ii liual settlement or tils administration or said es
tate at Iho next Mar tei m of tho Lincoln Countv
Coiirt, to bo begun and held In Troy, on Monday,
nit i nu nay ni .n.iy, isuii.
marchlO-ntS dir. Administrator,
NUTICI! Is hereby given tn nil persons inter
ested that tho iinderigncd administrator of
tho ct.ilo of I). 1 C. Ueyiintds, deceased, nlll
linikc ii riliul setllciiicnt of lil ndliilnistratlnii of
srtl'l estate nt (he nett Mny tcilnof ilio I.ilieolu
County four), to bo begun smd held in Troy on
Monday, the I lilt day of Muv, 1800.
iii.mc1i1R.ii12 in: Admiiiltr.itor.
TAKKN up ly .Inrrct M. Sitton, or Wnvcily
tounhltn b'oirn lifltir. pnH"i8ei tobclwo year's
oi l this spring, white on iho foieln.:id nnl ruiiii,
I l., il. 1.1,.. i i.,. .. I I I... 1.1..!..:...
the t ill nhtle, iinirlied "llli nil nniletkil utni oer
bit In tho 1 1 Kill e.ir, and upprnlv-d nt seventeen
dollars ny lllcnai.l li.irr ami .mini .Miiiio hiTore
U'ooil-on Kiynolil.-, ,1. I1., .Mnrcli 3, lM'.'i-nl;i lw
qAICKX up by Wlllhini A. K. I'.lsberry, of Hur
X ili.ine l'i nlili, a il irk Lay in:iic, bbick tii.ino
imd t.iil, IIJ-j Ii.iiii'.i high, six yrnr old Inst
piin', nppiiil'id at liy ,ln. 'I'. iSnndtrs mid
It. t'ruilo lii.-l.ii j A. II. King, J. 1'., 1 cbmiiry III.
rp.VKn.V up by Thuinas Iilggs, of Hurricane
X tomidilp, a red helfi r, d ytaisold ucM spring,
marked iit.deibit, belly mid halfnftnll white,
points of horns olf, braudi'd 1 on loft bin nnd x I
on light bin, iippulsvd at .Mibim by ll.lward II.
Iligg- an I V. Ilium i;.i.ly lafoic A. II. King, J.l
I'el ru.iiy i'i, li6d.
'T'AKII.V up bj Vi'i-Iiy llamtiurk, of lliirrlinne
X toiviiilnp, 11 red nn l "line plded st..i r. mii.iII
iinderiloiio 111 left ear point nt li lt born btoken
oil, ii j r.iii.l nt .r.;.n by r. W. Ulekr and John
Cannon befora A. Ii. King, J. I'., I'cbru.iry 211. ,
rpAKHN up by Xnlbau V. mbles, of Mlllivn.id
.1 touu-hip, a lil.ielt unity eow, " or H yeara old,
llt'.l'S l.y Dan.. I A. 'llie I .lee
J' Ini V,', Jiiini.-'iii, J. 1'., I'ebnnry 21.
i nil 1.1 ; ire .
up ly lienrv C. Ii'tne.in, of Clark
!, II .i.. I, I I. , .'1 I iS ,i. 1 1. 1 al.rlllC,
n lino i.iee, o. ii .'ii, in. 11 Ian nil 111 111.-111e.1i', 1111
der half erop in left ear, npinaised .it by
Itleli.'iril lli'inii il mid .1.11110.1 Jier liefore John i
l osltr, J. 1'., .Inn. ii. ni-' -In.
TAKI.X up by Tliouiin li. llrown, of tludfonl
tuunship, Lincoln county, Mo., n black cow,
wllb 11 white spot lii.her fornhead, und end of tall
white, eleven years old, marked with 11 crop olTot
tho right oar, and uudcrbit in the b it car, und
iipinaisod nt the sum of twenty-three dollars by
John V. liiitbric and Abram Howell befote .Sam
uel He" oil, J. 1'. uiarcbU nll-ln
T!( C OiniI K
SELF - RAKING REAPER
A X ll
tiki -11111:1:1,1:11 iiim rjt!
rpili; iinderslgui d A gen', tor the sale of McCor
X niUlt'j jititly cclibnited and world-wido re
nowned Reaper nuil Mower Combined and
TWO WHEELED MOWER,
i.fl'ers thuo lii'i.'hilies with all llie latest and lest
linproveiiunls, to the farmers of Lincoln couuty
lor luo Harvest 01 i.ion as 1110
liest and Most Jlcliahlc Machines,
that aro known to tho agricultural world. These
machines having stood tlio tost nf years nnd bav
ins been tibiced in lomiietltion with nil other
machine Hint have ever bocn oUcrcd to thu farm
er, aro etltl pronounced
S XT PERIOD,
to everything clso of tbo kind.
arc no humbug. They aro known to
and hnvo a nnmo that will at onco recommend
tbcta to overy good farmer.
I offer theso inoeblnes to Bny farmer desiring to
Mircliaso n machine, on trial with env other ma
chine In tho country, giving him Iho privilege of
deciding lor lilmscir ana making 111s own selec
tion. Hcnd on your orders early, and you will be
buro to gut a inachluo that will tto you good
JOHN F. FOSTER,
March 10-nl2 3m
NOTICK la hereby gtven that lettcra of admin
istration on tho estato of Thomas Stevens, de.
ceased, wero granted to tho undersigned on tho
1 Dili day of March, by the uierk 01 tno Lincoln
County Court, Mo.
All porsons having claims acalnst said estate,
nru required to present them to tho executor for
allowance within ono year from tho date of said
letters, or tlioy may no prccluaeu trom any bene
fit of said estate, and if not presented witbin
threo years from the dato of aald letters, they will
be forever barred. CJIARLKS PERRY,
marchZV ul.1 Sit, Executor.
DRUBS, MEDICINES PAINTS
OILS, DYE-STUFFS, ETC.,
Opposite the Court House,
February 0 180 n7
St. Charles, Mo.
PHILLIP ZOLLMAN, Proprietor,
Corner of Sixth and Clay Street,
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI.
THIS House having been Newly Furnished
for the accommodation of tho travelling pub
lic, would n ost respectfully solicit a abate cf the
pubtio patronage. Boarders win always una gooa
beds and first rate board. A very large wagon
yard and stables are also attached to thla house.
February 0 18GG n7 1yr
jm. ML r
Main St. near Klingers Mill,
ST. CIIAHLEs, MISSOURI,
KF.r.VS alwaya on hand the best Lager Deer
foreign and domestio Wines and Liquors, also
every thing In tho eating line gonerally kept in
llecr Saloons, siren as BwissanabimDurginocae
all kinds of Sausages, Oysters, Sardines, Her
rings, Lako Trout, Wbtto Fish, tiame An.
February 0 1800 n7 lyr
Till: subscriber having purehased the Carriage
Maniifucrory of (!. lloven, invites thoso hav
ing stork to do in his line of business, lo glvo hlio
a cull, l'artlcnlar attention paid to repairing.
Charges moderate. C11UIHTIAN llllHKl.
NT, CIlitRliES HOUSE,
F.Mlhi: THRU, . Proprietor.
('wit' rvMnln if- .Viifi'iiii Si. near lln Cmrt Anise,
ST. CIIAIUjKS .MO.
l-'ehnury '. If-ttO m7 lyr
I.uuls lllsercr. I.oitls lniiltloli,
EISHREK & IMVIaSTIGir
And Healers in
Beady Made Clothing
HATS, CA1V3, Ac
Main israt, Oppox'itc Amrriiutn Unit
tT. (JllAULIW, MO.
I'cbruury 9 lhOU n7 l)r
1 itr,Tio.T KOI si;t
Iloanlins House nml Brer Saloon.
JOHN' F. I)IICIKI:k7 IVoprlilor,
Main f-'trcet, above tho N. M, It H Ucpol,
ST. CUAULIW MO.
Travelers will find sond accommodations at this
li.nie. Ijrgo Wagon YardanJ good ituMcs
lire attached to it,
I'Vbruaiy U lCil ni 1 )r
rsTilvcis oi!iTii:i; liTit
MA.NlirAiTI.'llElt k IlKALEIt IS
BOOTS & SHOES!
Corner of Main and Washington striets,
ST. UHAULES. MISSOURI.
Fcbruory 6 ISfifi n7 lyr
CHRISTOI'U WEEKE, Proprietor,
Second Street, St. Charles, Mo,
KL'KIS conitiintly on hand all kinds of flour,
com meal, bran, shorts and ship stuff.
7f Tho blebest market l.iico mid fnrCmn
and Wheat. fcb23-lv.
ii u.i rd ian's ."Vol ice.
Noti-e Ij hereby giveu that th undersigned
will rinpl.v to ts'k'ti his emrdlmishlp on the es
tate ot Jeff. C. Klein, at tbo next May term of the
Lincoln County Court, to be becuu and hold at
Troy, on Monday, Mny 11, 18M.
11. C. rUKWETT,
TOTICK is hereby given tn all persons inter
11 cstcd jlhat the undersigned administialor of
tlio estato of (Ie:rgo Cnnse, deceased, will make a
final settlement of his administration of said es
tate a tho Mny term nf tho Lincoln County Court
to bo begun und held at Troy on Monday, May
14, 1 SCO. WILLIAM C003K,
march 23-nl3 -lw. Administrator.
NOTICK Is hereby given to all persona Interes
ted that tho undersigned administrator of tho
estate of Lawrcneo 11. Sitton, decased, will make
a final settlement of Ms administration ol said
estate at tho next May term of tho Lincoln Coun
ty Court, to bo begun and held in Troy on Mon
day, May 1 1, 18110. JAML'S I'OllTKIl,
inarchlM-nlll 4w. Administrator.
NOTICH is hereby given lo all persons interes
ted that the undersigned administrator of the
estato or William Illanks, deceased, will mako a
dual settlement of his adminlstratloaof said es
tato at tho next May term of tho Lincoln County
Court, to bo begun und held in Try on Monday,
May 14, 1806. X. II, DUDLEY,
m.irclr.':i-nl3 lw. Administrator.
WELLSVILLE ! ! !
DY vlrtuoofan order of tho County Court of
j- j.iacoin uounty.
I will sell at private
135 Lota la tho Town of Wellavlllc,
on tho North Missouri Itailroad, in Montgomery
Alio, 240 acre' of excellent unimproved land,
adjoining said town, which will be sold In lots to
TtKHUi One half cash, ono half in 6 months,
U0BE11T H. HUDSON,
Administrator ofCarty Wells, dee'd.
Capt. Hkn Bhirh, of WellsTille, and Mr. W. W.
McKtT, of Troy, Agents,
April 6, lB66.nl5.lm.
It ii generally expected that the Prcti
dant will, in a few days, releane Jeff. Pt
vis and Element 0. Clay on parole,
Will Uke felacc at
CHICAGO, MAY tl, 18M.
Will be prcsonted to the Ticket Holdera.
THE FIRST PRIZE IS
10,00 0 DOLLAUS
7-30 If. 8. BONUS,
Each One Thousand Dollar:).
Houho aod Lot
In the city of Chicago,
Valued at 0,000 DOLLARS
6 GRAND PIANOS!
9 Organs & iTlclotleonH.
10 tiold English Patent Lever
82 SILVER WATCHES.
23,000 DOLLARS IN MONEY.
IHAVi: just published a book which contains
a complete descriptive list of all tho prlaca, and
much other valuablo matter of general interest.
In this 1 have explained Low tho drawing will
be conducted, nml I have auswered every other
qnctlon that can possibly to asked in connection
with the concert. Two conies of thia book will
lm tnt, free of tharee to any one sending: for ono
or tuoro tickets, and Inclosing fire eents to pro
pay postage. Ilcmcmber, every prize named in
mis dook win uo urawn at tne nppomica time,
wiioincr tno iickois nro an sold or not.
THE r-niZES Attn HEADY, and will bo dis
trihitted immediately after the drawins ia com
pletcd; nnd correct list of tho winning numbers
will bo sent to agents and ticket holders. Parties
whoso numbers appear on the list will forward
tholr ticket at once, with directions as to shipping
goons ami rroney.
A H I IV T! -
Thtre i a Prize for fiery Four Tickelt
A Ticket roifi but One Dollar, and il
may win. Ten Thousand Dollar).
11 Tickets for Ten Dollars.
Editors, School Teachers ruelifcastcra, Hotel
Keepers, Kxpress and Railroad agents aro author,
tied to act aa my agents to whom I will allow the
full commission on all Tickets oidorcd for them
selves or for othcra through them.
iy XCefercnors aro
Any Citizen ol Chicago.
UOW TO SEND MONCY.
Money may bo sent nt my risk, by Draft,
press, I'ost omce oiaer, or registered letter.
Energetlo nnd reliable Agents Wanted in every
town and village In the Union. Reference! re
quired. A liberal commission allowed.
Address all orders lo
132 Dearbon Street, Chicago, Illinois.
April 20, 16156. nl7
BLOOD & HUMOR
WILIi positively cure Strufub, iVys.wfis
Vjtptptia, Indigutim, Utartburn, or any
yunwr in tne Blood or Sumaek. and for Purifying
tho Syttm and llrnawahiig all Irness or iiueat
thia remedy bas no equal, and for miUtiijup Ibo
Syilrm, ana giving Dew atrmjm ana rijor. sis
unparalled euccess since its Introduction, and the
wonderful curea it haa and la daily performing are
its beat guaranteo and we earnestly desire that
evary anlforer shall give it a trial. Sold by all
Drueclsts. Trico one dollar bottle
wru6b OOlllXS BROTHERS,
St. Louis, Mo, ProprMor,.
6. HAMMOND &
This houao having changed proprietors, baa
been refurnished and ia now open and ready to
receive tho traveling public,
Boarding by the day 01 wsrl on reisenabb
Itrnn. eprilS nil 9m.
EtMCU ail ftRtkoisV-Tne attrr.-
tion of all who want New Bonnets art
invited lo call on Mrs. Sedtacek, who has
just rctnrned lYont St. Lob!, with a line
assortment aeleotcd expressly for this
market. Now Is tho tlmo to ccQre the
earliest spring fashions. Itead4mtiie.
Sold Ovl Ilook aid Llie.-bur
friend D. Basaell aa disposed of his en
tire stock of stores and tin ware to a
gentleman from Warrenton who baa tl
ready taken posseaiion of the shop. Mr.
Russell has also sold his home and lots
to the same 'gentleman.
May health and prosperity titM id friend
Russell wherever ho may go.
National (ilft Coicerl. This grait
exhibition will take place at Chicago, on
the oht of iMuy. Tho prizes are largo
and valuable tickets cheap and what
is better, a prizo for every four ticket,
c expect to rcccivo a Supply in a few
days with books giving full particulars
of the drawing.
mon eTma it k Is t.
St. Louis, April 17. American Gold
Buying at 120 Selling 12CJ.
American Silver, buying 110 Selling,
Agricultural Collcire Serin inn tiArAu
Land Warrants, 160 acres, btijtoe at
8120. 120 acres buvinr at MO. '
Gold in New York this dato, 12G$.
Laud Warrants and Acrlculturai Col-
lege scrip aro in fair request, by parties
who aro necking homes in the rural dis
tricts. They can bo used in buvin land
as well ns cash, and at a great savins to
Qlllncy. Illinois, April 16 Dcmo-
craio ticket elected bv four hundrerl
Chicago, April 17 Returns from ths
election in this citv to dv inAin.f b
election of ten Republican and six Demo
THE EVANT OBlGiNU
Gift Book EslahllsfcBeat.
Instituted by 5. G. fevans in 1854. It
has outlived all comneti'tuM an il.
sold at publishers' rntsil nU..
IJeautifiil and Useful Present sk
25 cents to 100 dollara, given with each
uuuj.. rtgcniswanieu everywhere. Ex
tra inducements to all persons who will
act as Agents. Sondfortlie newclaasl.
fled catalogue, containing a list of books
tn every department of literature, also
instructions for forming Clubs, 4c., for
tbo O.G. Evans Gift Ilook Store, 628
Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
Editors inserting tho above willreoeive
a handsome present on receipt of their
paper containing the samo.
New Orleans, April 17. Crevasses
nave been opened ou both sides of the
river, causing great destruction to thu
newly plowed crops it is fearoa. Many
an already compelled to TCpIant. Al-
7""",'uc Ba mat nns been planted in
tho parivhes of Thibodeaux, Point Cou
pec and Baton Rouge has been destroyed
by the flood. '
Mrs. IshnmG. Harris hnd herson ar
rived here yesterday, enroute to Condovn,
Mexico, to join her hus'baml. Wl.nn .t,u
presented herself to tho ProveUt Marsha),
hn lmaiSuS.t .M . '
Vr ru"1 nf a passport.
Mrs. Harris had in her possession a let
tcr from Prcsiderit .T,lmU,.h 41 .r...
, . 7 .v tug cucuo
mat no permission or passport was nece.v
xary for her or any one else. When that
was brouclit tn Mm !,., r...t..i .....
readily consented to issue tho passport.
Tbo Department of SUte
Has received a dispatch from the Uni
ted States Consul at Funchal, stating that
a vast number of poor but honest and
hard working laborers of Madeira, -who
arc skilled in tho raising of cereals, tho
vine, sugar cune. ic. and in furrhitiinr
are desirous of going to tho United Stales,
out. mivo no means lor accomplishing that
object. He expresses the belief that if
one-half of their passage money could be
advanced to them by parties in this coun
try, on a contract under the act to oncour
age immigration, to be repaid in labor, at
least 1,000 of thorn would be .prepared to
Concerning Davis's f rial.
Washington, April 17.Tlie reports
that tho Executive Department of the
Government is making any -preparations
for tl j trial of Jeff. Davis, arMurely ion
sational. The wbi le matter iiXeing thor
oughly investigated by the House, -Judiciary
Committee, who will make a com
plete report on the subject to Congress
and tbo country.
The Commissioner of Agriculture bas
received from Dundee, Scotland, a lot of
the somewhat oelebrated Victoria, pota
toes, which will be dis'r buted to tho farm
ing interests of the country for seedling
purposes. 'J hr y are large, rather flat
t.nd rough skinned, and it is (aid they
will mist all attaoks cf disease.
Mies Ann Klia Leak is giving exhibi
tions at Aucusta. Gs. Althounh horn
without arms, she can do man niafnl
things, euoh as using knife and fork, pen
and ecitsors tc. She also crochets, knite,
F-wr. ind rabrcd'derB with hur toes.