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E.J. ELLIS. - EDITOR. Troy, IVJEo. FI1DAT, - ACtiGST 21, 18N. For Conurkb, . ODON GUITAR, of Beetle. We place at the head of this column to day the nattro of Geo. Guitar, ab ft can dklato lor Congress, in this district, nub jeet to the decision of tho District (.'on vention. This lias been done without consultation with this distinguished gen tleman, but with the conviction that il nominated, ho will accept the position assigned him. Wc are convinced that HE if by far the most available candidate, that can be put on the track, mid in this opinion, there is a general concurrence among the discreet and reliable cctir-crv.i- lives in thia part of the dietrict. With out distracting from the claims nr merit of other, wo cannot but think that the nomination is due to Gen. Guitar. Two jeara ago, he nude, the nice in this dis trict, and was hentcii by the bayonet, and not by tho ballot. Now that the bayonet is withdrawn, ami thcro is a prosrect of the unstifled voice of tho people, being heard anJ felt, it is but due to him, that he should mule the raty, particularly, as we doubt not be is tho strongest man in the District. No IVmn man in the .State can show a more consistent record, than Gen- Guitar, lie is bold and fearless in the maintainnncc of the principles of bis party, sinccro and honest in his convic tions, and is not to bo driven from his position by the frowns of power, or the clamor of the multitude. A truo and gallant soldier, in the field, he will be not less faithful, to the Union and the Con stitution in the Halls of Cotiftrues and we have not the shadow of a doubt, that f he obtains the nomination at Mexico, he will bcclected by a very laruc majority. The St. Louis Republican of August C2d eav: We recciifd a dispntb from Gee. L. J'ricc, dalfd at Wrn-hin rtou, in which br stato that Attorncr OeiltTlil , . ... , .i BtaiiWy iiili.in.ed him that iti'trurtiom bare been i-ctit i" tin linrict Attorn; ,' for tU Wt.si.Tn .vf-t ..( Muknii! . u. t ?itlu: chmiiH all ciihci- hr ' "iiCM.-i.tion v j.rcr irty vLirt fuib biit beeti brought. LinrulD, Atitmj. jx.it iiiruiuii"a ii ie.ri.iiig wn'.zi .ir. VI .. . .1 . . l M Jtcis has wj Joc-r picsicto. vie it arc h U9 ru:(ba4 by tie I Luauu dtbr.m- ioiv'j'j iiv rr iutiu; prepiTaiious 10 nor porpo-c on inc part Ol me southern erf. s brs: nl omrr.o'iieu Hoarding ' states that it houlJ ever bo re-establish-bc -iie for the purrse of accommodating c!1 p" the -oil or within the jurisdic- ll..n nf ,1... I -'..n .....I .1.. f '. l other improvrnicnt the particulars uf which we have not learned. Tfcf New Ruildinfs for (he CobbIv, Wc learu that the new huildingit to be erected nn the farm recently purchased, were let to a gentleman from St. Charles, at nine thousand dollars. They arc to be built ol brick. . Fifty Cells will pay for the Herald up to Christmas. Wc hope every con servative man in the county will take it. The attention of Johnson Clubs in this couuty is railed to theso low terms. WMtZYUIe llalrl. When you go to Wcntzville call at this new hotel. The proprietors are pleasant and sociable, nnd their table and bar supplied with the best the market a fiords. Itcad their card. - . Sft Charles has one first class hotel kept by friend Custer. He aud his lady know how to keep a good house and we arc glad to see it bo well patronized. A very pleasant place to get a dinner is at Mrs. Ann Taylors Hotel, at Wright City. Wc hope our friends when they go there on business will patronize her house. Several new advertisements on hand which will appear next week. Read adycrtiscmcnt of the great Na tional Concert to come oil' at St. Louis, October 22, 1800. .- ss. wguVor announcing the name of a ran didate for Congress in tho Herald, 85 iu advance; for a county office 811 in advance Old Newspapers, for al (it (hi office. Ml packages of '. l'lice 1,') ttnisi, THE PfllLADELPHIA CONVENTION. DeclaratteM of I'rlariples The National Union Convention now assembled in tho city of Philadelphia, composed of delegates from every State and Territory ia the Union, admonished by tho solemn lessons wbtch tor the last five years It has pleased tho Supreme Ruler of tho Universo to cWo to the American people ; profoundly grateful for the return of peace ; desirous as a largo majority ot their countrymen are in all sincerity to forget and forcivo the past ; rcvcriiiK tho Constitution as it came to us iroin our ancestors , regarding the Un ion in its restoration as more sacred than ever-looking with deep anxiety to the fu turo ot instant and continuing trial, here by issue and proclaim the foflowinp; dec laration of principles and purposes on wliL-h they have with perfect unanimity Kr.5.cd! first Wo nail with cralituuc to Al mighty God tho end of War and tho re turn of Peace to our afllictcd and beloved land. Second Tho war just elo?ed has main tained the authority of the Constitution with all the powers which it coufcrs, and all tho restrictions which it Imposes on the General Government, unabridged and unaltered, and it has preserved the Union with the lawful rights, dignity and au thority of the Stale;), perfect and unim paired. third llcnrcscnt.ilton in the Congress of the U. S., and in the Electoral College, is a richt rceoKiiiiscd br the Constitution as abiding in every State, and ns a duty imposed upon its people, fundamental in its nature and essential to the exercise of our republican institutions; and neither Congress nor the General Government has any authority or power to deny this right to any, or withhold its enjoyment under the Constitution from the people thereof. Fourth We call upon the people of ttie i,nitci ctairs to elect to Congress ns members none but men who admit this fundamental right of representation and who will receive to feats the Loyal rep roetitativcs from every State in allegi ance to the United States who will sub mit to the Constitutionality of each House to judge of the election returns and nual itkutioiis of its own muuiliers. t Fifth That the Constitution of the United Stales and the laws thereof are the supreme law of the land, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to tho contrary notwitlibtniidinir. All the puweis not conferred on the Constitution on the general Oovcrumjvut nor prohibi led by the States aro reserved to the MatCs. 1 lie riL lit tn nrod-rili.. mi ilifinn. tions for tlie elect on franchise therein. winch ri"tit Congress cannot interior" a-nl, VSi.i. ,. c -f c to exciude, tlraub their action in Con- gits or otbirwisc, atiy .Mate or . fiom tie t uioa. The of these 1 .., 1 I - .1, 3 . . . . .1 . . ' -" jiJtu'jajeui- io lac v. ontinu-i w uj Ujt ljfc,ttd Mates may bt tuh-' 1 tit ;.tpl thrjejf a iLtv sav dam 1 tipts.tLi. Lut oulv in tie mode t-oiuted ! iui iu ievJuiioa, ami. proposing such biLiudne-.u, wLuLtr by Cungrcs or by a ceuicr.:. ii. Lwi in ratifying the tame lIJ tl.. un i i: tate.- of the Union have an criiiaH0Ul ow" went can he deprived of di."..-,itaL:o ri-jht to a voice arid a!e'lual representation in the Semite, even ,fj,( itfj, :veth slavcrv abolished and forev- ,.T prohibited, and there is neither desire,; .Ml .'. .11- I. IlllC'i . I4IV7, UIIU fIJU VUlfdil' hiicrl slaves in all the .Slates of the Un ion should receive, in common with all their inhabitants equal protection in ev ery right of person and property. Kight While we regard as utterly in valid and never to be assumed or made of blinding force any obligation incurred or undertaken in making war against the United States, wc hold tho debt of the Nation to be sacred and inviolate, and wo proclaim our purposo in discharging thia as in performing all the national obliga tions to maintain unimpaired aud unini- poached to honor and faith of tho republic. Ninth U is the duty of tho National Government to rccognue the services of the I'cdcral soldiers and sailors in the contest just closed, by meeting promptly and fully all thoir just and rightful claims lor the services they rendered tho nation. and by extending to thoso of them who have rurvivcd, and to the widows and or phans of thoso who havo fallen, the most generous and considerate care. Tenth. In Andrew Johnson, l'resi dent of tho United States, who in hiscreat a: i i ii c. . oiuru uas proveu Hiciiuinni in ois UCVOllon tn the Constitution, tho laws and inter ests of his country, unmoved by persccu inn ami umicscrvca rcproacn, navinc I'.t.i. : t.t. .i i i .. i t : r . laiui uiiuieasurauiu in mo people ana inc principles oi ttie uovcrnmcnt, wo recog. nizo a Chief Magistrate worthy of tho na mm unit iud uicui. i-iioin upuu wiucu ills .....i . 1. . tiA i ... lot is cast, and wo tender to him in the discharge ot his high aud responsible du tics our proluund icspcct. and assurances ol our cardial and sincere support. Alter tho vote had been taken on tho adoption of tho foregoing "Declaration ol l'rincinles, it was found that tho read : ..i .i . . . i .i i .... i ui iuu bovcniii one nau uon oiunieu by aeeident, and this fact was announced by Senator Doolittle. It was then read and adoptoJ with groat applauso and unamity. The Declaration of Principles" was then adopted as a whole with cnthu siastie cheers. After the adoption, three cheers were called for and i;ivcn, in the most cnthu siastie manner, for Senator Cowan, of I'liintylvauia. Senator Cowan acknowledged the com rlimcnr, but said that as ho considered himself tho host of the Convention, one of hi distinguished guests would address it by virtue of authority unanimously derived from the commute on iicsoiu tioos aud Address, namely, the Hon, Henry J. Raymond, of New York. Mr. Raymond, therefore, proceeded to read the address wtucn uaa ueen written by himself, as haJ also been the "Dccla ration of Principles." Ho was so ffe qucntly interrupted by applause that the Chairman appealed to the Convention to restrain such manifestations until the rcadititf of the address should be eonclu dcd. Nevertheless, at the closo of the one sentence, declaring that "no people subjected to such treatment as that to which the South was now subjected could lone remain loyal" cheer, after cheer ro- sounded through uic wigwam, . .. ... Senator Johnson asked that the sen tence bo ropcated. Tho scntcneo was read attain as follows : "No people has ever yet existed whose loyalty and fuith such treatment, long continued, would not ulicnato and impair. Tho ten mil lions of Americans who llvo in tho South would bo unworthy citizens of a free country, degenerate sons of a hiroic an cestry, unfit cvcti to becomo tho guardi ans of tho right and liocrties bequeathed to us by the fathers and founders of this Republic, if they could accept with un complaining submissivciicss the humilia tion thus sought to be imposed upon them." This sentence was atoin cheered with the greatest enthusiasm, mid, at the close ol tho reading of the address, ex-Gov. l'crry, of South Carolina, rose aud moved its adoption. Tho motion was declared carried unanimously nmid prolonged cheering. .Mr. Samuel J. Tildcn, or New York, thou rose and proposed, on behalf the New York delegation, three cheers for the Hon. Henry J. Raymond, who had prepared the address just read. Mr. I'atton, on behalf of the Pennsyl vania delegation seconded the call. The cheers were then enthusiastically given. The addrcsscontain4 about eight thou sand words and will mako not far from four solid columns in tho New York morning papers. It demands the univer sal acknowledgement of tho legitimate consequences of the war, which arc the perpetual maintenance of the Union ami the destruction of slavery. It asserts next that thc-Governmeut acquired no new right or powers by the war, that it acted only on tho defensive. Congress has passed a resolution that when the war closed all the powers and dtirnitv of 'fc'18 should rcm uti unimpaired and iu- iaci. x ne power assumed bvtieuov- (eminent in the States tdnce tho war clos-1 PU' as 111 "J,auo" 01 me Constitution, inc loniiiiuuun secures that no State shall without its own consent be dcpriv- cd of it- ojual representation iu the Sen-1 ate. The action of Con;rc-i deiyingi rcprcfcniaiioii to the Southern Mates ap-1 TtCjr- n '-real .'HI t-ffiirt tn nvprthr.iw- tlm ( Jo ( rrilUL-liI a- ua f hut lit? nrtnf.il r.tl.il i , - - """ ..-.,.... ,,,,.,, .u r,,Vii .-uiu- " "e on-jtest, can exclude oiilmons. In the event of resistance, or 0Ije, I'1 -text, another Congress may ex- threatened icsistauce. to the officer, and a c"IuJ,J otllCr S3,'':, another. There i-! failuie on his part, alter proper effort to lCiuoe otner states oil another. J here i '. o w.-.iraiit for thi iu the Constitution, ..Not only cannot representatives be es - idudtd from CongreM, hut no .State, with- oy an amendment to the Constitution, The only pretext for the action of Con gress is-, that the Slate lately -n rebellion (have lost their right to representation which the Supreme Court on v can re- store, but it is a principle that no risht can be forfeited. Nor can the right or duty of a Stato to bo represented in Con- gicss be impaired by rebellion. Its en- joyinent of that privilcgo can only be ob structed, lho address further usserts that tho position of Congress in the mat ter ia not warranted iu the Constitution, and is not eompatiblo with tho public safety. It is also argued that threo fourths of tho loyal Stutcs cannot change the fundamental law uffeetinz the others: aud they have no right to pass judgment upon tho motives of any citizen of the United ntatcs when his ucts aro loyal. Now, aro the laws obeyod bolter than in tho States lately in rebellion. Tho dis turbances that have occurred woro due us much to injudicious political movements as to any purpose hostile to the Govern ment. If the pcoplo of tho South show less disposition than formerly to ucqulesco in the new order of affairs, it is because Congress has withhold their rights from tncin. ii iney iciiomcrwiso, they would be degenerated sons of their sires. No people over existed whoso loyalty would not Jiavo been impaired by such treat ment. The people of tho South would not be worthy to be trusted in tho excr. ciso of their right if they wero willing to submit to such humiliation. These men acted as they did cither from conviction or compulsion. For this they havo suf fered ten-told moro than those who havo romaincd in allegiance lho war has swept away slavery, tho came of section al variances and hostilities, and has re vealed and disciplined our power. The address direct attention to the fact, that a new Congress is to bo elected, and adds tnat ii mo present policy bo pursued, civ il war may bo renewed, ana calls upon every Congressional District to return on ly members who are favorablo to tho President's policy of restoration. diseased Wheat. Acw disease has attacked the wheat near Avon, N. Y. The husk turns brown, and decay begins ut the berry nearest tho ttalk, Fannars in that Hcction are alarmed bv the an pcaranie of this new cuemy, which they nu oei uoucriiiaau. Proclamation. BY THE GOVERNOR. Whereat, Through the conduct of ovil disposed persons, the peace of tho State of Missouri is threatened by evidenco of i .1 ! 1 1 1 . r uuruusua iu uisreinru ins isODSiiiuuuu and laws, and del the rightfully const! tutcu authorities; ana Whereat, The cood order and contin ued prosperity of the State are dependent upon mo uoujjurauou 01 law auiuiog gu- hens of nil divisions of political opinion. Thereare, to the end that the people may be again reminded of their duties as citizens and of.the obligations and respon sibilities of the Chief Magistrate, in whom is, by the fundamental law, reposed the supre i e executive power of tho State, I, Thomas C. Fletcher, Governor of the State of Missouri, do hereby issue this my solemn proclamation, declaring : 1. That the combined power of the Na tional and State Governments will bo us ed to enforce obedience to the laws of the Nation and State, until such laws are modified or repealed in the Constitution al and legal manner, or until they aro de clared iuopcrativo and void by a court of competent jurisdiction, by judgement or decree duly and officially promulgated. 2. That tho Constitution of the State of Missouri, adopted by the Stato Con vention in 1805, and ratified by the votes of n majority of persons voting on the sixth day of June, 1865, is the supremo law ot the state. 3. Tho registration of voters must be made according to tho act of the General Assembly of tho state of Missouri, enti tled, "An act to provide for tho registra tion of voters," approved December 10, 1865, aud tho act supplementary thereto, approved March 12, 1800. Its provisions must be adhered to by tho officers appoin ted under it, and tho election niuat be conducted in conformity to its require ments, and such election must be free and opon, without threat or violence. 4. The annual enrollment of the mili tia will be made of all the able-bodied men of the several counties, in strict con formity to the provisions of the ordinance of the Stato Convention, entitled " An ordinance for the organization and gov ernment of the Mis.-ouri Militia." adop ted on the 8th day of April, ISOn. and tho organization will be by municipal towuships and counties, without refer ence to political status or opinioui', The volunteer militia oigmization will be merged into the gencal enrollment r-o made. The necessary orders to carry out these objects will In) ,'sjuc 1 by me as Com-matider-in-chief of the militia, through the Adjutant General. j. rso person sliall lie arrested or mo lested in person or property except bv me panics ami in uie maimer autiiurizcl by t lie laws ot ttie i.tutcd Mates ur this State. All civil officers charged with Ac execution of criminal process must, when ncce-.-ary, summon a .-ufliciont po.-so to enable 'hem to make arrest-. : mid the r.onti'p ftn ri fnlniloil nl to.. if .l.if.- ik . i.niu f r. rp.nmnl ..r.ii.i.itl l c ...!. i-Uailuie on Ins part, alter proper effort to "-eeuie the as.-i.-tanee ofu nutlieicnt posse. 1 ne will call on the nearest commanding officer id a company or platoon ol militia to aid him, and will immediately notify liie tiovcinor ol tiiti lact.-t. li. Armed ami organized men must not appear at tho polk, or at any i oiecful as- .-einlilnscs of the people, unices by order ot tiiu tjovcrnor or Department tommaii- uer on tuo refjuest ol tho uovernor, when the preservation of the pcaco and the safety of the officers of the law require, iu the opinion of the tjovernor. tho pres ence of an armed force. . Alt cood men of all parties, who lovo pcaco and desire tho prosperity and happiness of the pcoplo of the State, aro invited and earnestly urged to aid the constituted authorities in maintaining pood onler, and in tho enforcement of all the laws for the protection of tho pood and the punishment of evil-doers, anil for that purposo they arc entreated to com municate direct to the Governor all vio lations o( law. all derelictions of duty on th? part of officers, and all instances of neglect or refusal on tho part of tho peo ple ot tiny community to respond to I lie call of civil officers. And the people ure besought to seek their own good in a to tal disregard of the malicious and reck less uttorances of unauthorized and irre sponsible persons vho aro striving to cn courago resistance to tho laws of the State, and to excite public upprehension ot uanger to mo constitutional rigtits ot tho citizens of the State, by misrepresent ations of tho intentions, powers and du ties oi tne i at local and state executives. Thus wo may preservo tho blessings of peace wnicu, we, iu .Missouri, are by sad experience so well prepared to appreciate and may go on to augment the unexam pled prosperity wc aro now enjoying as a oiaio. S In testimony whereof. I have &$ZJ hereunto set my hand & caused to bo affixed tho (Jfcat Heal of the State of Missouri. Dono at the eitv of Joffer. son this 10th day of August, 'in tho year oi our Jioru ono thousand eight hundred and sixty six. of tho Independence of tho United States the 91st, and of tho Stato oi Missouri tho 4Utb. THOS. 0. FLBTOIIKR. By tho Governor. Francis Hodman, Secretary of State The working women of New York re ceive eleven cents per day for making shirts, 'ihe ebony pets of Ihe Freed men's Bureau at the South, who sr-w nn neither dn thy spin, receive an army ra- uuu. 'Jiura m mirry ceurs ycr fUy, New Jewelry Store! BOOGHER BROTHERS, No. 35 South 5th street, St. Louis, (Southern Hotel,) Uiro opined a Isrgt and beautiful aitortxtat of Watches Jeweiry, Silvor and Pitted Ware, Faacy Goods, Pocket k Table Cutlery GOLD PENS, Spectacles, Eye-Clauses, Jfcc: All of which they will sell at exceedingly T-i o v Prices. OUR WATCHES Are unsurpassed as Time-Keepers OUR JEWELRY, Pino and of the latest pattern. OUR SILVER WARE, Our own mauitfietuio and pure. New Jeivelrtf made to Order. Precioim titoncs Reset. Iking practical Wktcliimikir, wu pity particular utlenliuii tu retwiriiiK "f WuMiimi ol' i.ll do icriptlunl. )OOUIIi:il MlOTIiKltS. 21 tHiothMli itrcct.Si.iithtiii llotil lliiildlng, Juno 1 1HG0 LIM Tm mnuire'si Benne GTlant. For more than twenty ,iur tlit vulujl.li- med icine halt been 111 gtnenil vtv i n remedy for dia rhca, dyaentary, ehntvia mid t-i.ttiiil.tl ut ufllit. boiecU Incident to mininrr. mid ws tlo iml exu'-1 aerate when wo nty tint! ll Ii tlie inn.t aucitilul and popular tpeclllc t cr ollered tu tin- public. imimouri iiepuuueau j TllR very teat remedy thnt ran he used lor Chol era l Mj(iilrc' Iixttael uf llvinie l'luiit, il in In finitely fiiperlor tunny uf Ihe riCi-ipt'i puhllrlied In the nefffpuiicr;, nu matter fiom whitl lource Ihev limy be dcrUcd. It win ued In 4t' .'.U and ! wllh uitonlihlnjt miccck, lin-e Hint time at n cure for liUrrlten. Iltrculary and IIumcI nl feetlnni sciierally it linn no rival. 1 1 W uid by I drugglati everywhere. St l.uul- Iiciuoi-r.-it. . Aguu iinii i ever, iiiieriniitciti i eivr mill iiiimii ' Ague iiieedlly cured by l:ti!ulie' Aune und t-1 ver Jllxluri'. l'remred mnl ruldhy J.k C. Mn gulre, l)ruggiitJ, corner Second and Ullvit ilri'ct. Juno l.'t ISG'J nl!o li.u Mcrca utile L i b r a ry 11 id I. ' A. J NOBLE, , UKAI.int is j FREXCll ANJJ AMERICAS JM.A1.N AN't DKCiiltATIVK lapct IlHffinfs, No. 01 North Fifth st. Ht. honb. Juno I, Im'.O n"" p7m 111:1 i i:ut cV Miiuufacturcr.s of TJ TT !" TV T TI 1- 1' L J i-t lv X X U Xt Xj, And dcalcis in JIATTR.ISSES 4; LOOKING GLASSES, Xo. 303 liroatlway, June I, lb6i )i7id tiX LlllMS, Mil J. .U. llOKItlSOA & HO. DI'.AI.r.l!,-! IN HKAL Laces, French i:.MMUI!lKKIKS KIIIII'i.S;:, M!i:.a Till MM INCH, Jlonicri;, Glows, White Goods. French and American Corsets', Zephyr Wor-'ti'iN, f -. No. ell North 5th Mieet ST. I.0T18 Juno I, IHl'irt n!:l pTm 'auto crii.xi nt JDrug$t JNedlcinet, JPerfUmefff, OU, Fainto, Windete Gla$) OUutware, c. VThloli Z offet at Frieea aa lotf aa aay hone East or West. 66 & 68 Kortli Main stFeet, ST. LOUIS. IferchanU wishing any good In my line will aava money by getting my prices before pnrehMiug else where. ALU VOODM WAMMAKTMB. Final Settlement. NOTICK ia hcrchy clven to nil ncrjoni Inter. cited thnt Ihe untlcralued Kxccutor of tho eatate of Valeiitlue Harvey tleecaaed, will make n Final Bciucmeni oi uu anmiiuitratlnn nrraltl eitnte at the next Auguat term of the Lincoln county Court, iu be begun und hold in Troy, on Jloudaj thu i:i:hday ut Auguit IBflfl. 1'. U. SIIU1.T0.V, Juno 23 186 n26.p4w Kxeculor. RED.nO.D & CaAUSSi Dealers in all kinds of PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, Paliogs, Doors and Sasb, At "Very Low Prices. Lumber Yard In tbe City of St Cbirlai, fppo ite tn ih yirtb Mioarf41re4 Peet .Tut ?, KM bJ3 pTm ORDER Ok PUBLICATION. Lincoln County Court, Mliiourl May term lace. A MONO the rocordi ot iU Coart audi at hij trro Is tht feltewjoj. to wlti Now lien- Jonn W. B Irk t tad adnlnlnttator of thtailatv of t-lmeon TLornhill dfOfiMd, ttMu. and flics his petition for tht saltaf tbt ' Trtit. of laid rsute, or so much thereof as will b cknt to pay ll debts due agalnit laid eiute eat unpaid for want of anelUi accompanied b. , lliti,lnventoriti and accounti, ae by law tfqolrei tbe whole rcrlfiod by II-e afidaTlt uf laid adaUa litratof Wheroupnn tht Coart order said adatii ' littator to rI notice of said petition by a pabtl llcatlun In the Herat J, a public new tiaper palblUb cd In this county, for lour weeks prior tu th aett regular terra uf this Court, aud that unlcn tbe contrary be hown tu tht Court at ui befort laid, term, an order will be made fur tht ile ef tbo tml ilate of laid titale or so much thtrcef at shall he sufficient tu pay tho debt due agatau tht taiue. Written notlcei dlipentd with ana tea tinned. A true copy from Ibo record. Wltneil, Franc! C. Cake, Clerk of laid Coart ."s. Lve hereto let my hand, and od f HF.AI. lal at office In Troy In laid coin, . VrjfT'thli ith day of July, 18C6 ' KUANCIS O. I'yKB, Clerk. July C, IfcCfl n28 4w Order ol' Publication. I.lni-iitn l.'ounly Court. Mlxuurl, May term lM A MONO I lie rmird- ol atd Court made at iila filer lu I thofullutflug, tu wilt Now here Walker l)ul udmlnlstratorof theei. tute ol Chnrlet J. Clmk ilemiit-d, Hpiiear ni tlle. lit) pitilioii fur I ho nle ol the real etalief mild eitnle, or tiiin li lliercofa will be ruBirietl to pity lho debln due ugullist aid eilato and na paid fur wuut uf u-it'tt j ueeouiiJitled by lho lino, Imcuturlct und ticcutint, ai by lair required tht whole verified by the affidavit of laid admlnlatri lur. Whereupon the Court order laid aduilnl.tnlct to notice uf uld pelitlun ly a publication I', the llctnld, ii public newspaper piihllbrd in thia euuiity, for lour week prior tu the neat refthr term of llih Court) aud lhatuulcji theeontMr be rlixwn tu the Court at or before ald term i or- iter will m in rule for tho rale of lho real ca(lf raid vltule or mi lunch thiTcol'iM .lull Li .. elenl to iv the debt duo ugultiU lho lam. , Written notice tli'pun'ed with nnd couliuufj. A true copy I'ruin the recurd. Wltneil f'rnnel C. Cake, Clerk of 11M Ceurt ' ' HH.1. at ufllt-e In Tmy In aid ctaatj tW4 &fZis lh day of July lijOC. iiiitu nereuniu eei my naim anj uOcul l'KAXClS C. OAKK rtV. July l Im'.O n2s lv Sale of Ileal INlateT IN uhf'tii lie to nn order uf the County Court of l.iiii'ulii ii. only, .Ml.Miiirl, iinulo nt the Mv liltn ih.-ri.il' lor I Mid. I will -ill nt iil.li.. ii'ii'li'i'n al tlo- limit door ol iIjc i unit h iii'o hi J i...v. in j.ilil uiiiity, mi 'I I.i, .uii-i II, Ir-uiiJ llu toll'iulug di"vih d r.iil e.-lnle. In nil: I.' :u-re e w i"-. :' HV unie i t-.i'i. 4 J .ii lei w w cc Vit till rnu e 2 cni. I'.' acre ii w 11 M-i- "J'.i I Hi iiiugc "J en-1 11 nciiM ii e Ii v ' T.' l l'J inline 'J iul. Ill itertit n w t w mjcSU U'.i ruit)ti- '' eiit Ml ai ii w liiilf u Hi-iit ace '.".I H'J rnnge " oj.i Term one h:ilf e.i.-h, mid one hull in ixmnntbi the purchaser givini: Loinl und itecurily. , (iKnitiiK w. hahukstv, Adiultiiiilialor of Ihe i-atHte of 1'bllnnder o(,trt July il, iMtfi lil'.S -In ilrccnril Snle oJ Real llale. IV tibidhincf to en order of the t-ouhty Court uf l.iii'-oln n.tiii'y ,Mt"iouii, itnide nl the May li'i'iu t'.ieleol' li.r l-l';. I will -.-II ul tiilillc unction it tin- Irmit door of lho Court Iioum- in Troy, in hutil countv, on Ttit-d.tv Ati-u! II, I Ml", tu ' 'l-'crHvJ ie.il"i-lule. Iu will mi m. w i,,i ,.fi,. ii t4'.i ntiigf i e.t. Ml nclra n half f e m-u 11 Mil range '1 wejl Term line Imlf i.t-h "lie half tn tx inoulba, Ihe I'Uteh.isci cii ing 1.. nd and rccurlty. SINCl.AUt SVI.UVVN, Adinliii-lraturuf llioe-tateul'lieurge V. butlivin deeeu-eO. (July Ii lM'-o n:'j-4) Sale or Ileal lislale. IN Obedience to nn nrdcr uf the County Court nf Lincoln eiifiily, MI.Moiiri. made at Ibe May term thereof lor IMt'.tl, 1 will aell at mbllc aui-tion ul the Imnl door of the Curl huue In Troy, in mid county, on Tiics.lny Augut II, If 60, Ibe toltoniug dcauiihcd real citate, tu wit) in neu a w tr of tjr. m' (I, MV, rangu It. in ueri-t ii w ir nf .1 nr, .ee lli, 14H range S . Hull' tin licit. iii,oiiilu the town uf TluiK'D, lilioiru a llirkhi.td umi lluueoeki (table lot. 'i'erim curh In hniid. ISAAC II OWINtlf. Ailmlnl.ttintorile limit. 1 of lilrkhcudund Hen- io-Ii. July I 1 Mill. u2ii 4w ldiuiiiisiirntorN Aoticr. NOTlCi: la hereby given Unit letter." of A4mm Iftratitin were giuulcd Iu Wiirren llitilrj on the ealule of llerry C. I.lnd-ev aen'r deeeaml. limy IWth IMIO, l.y lho Clerk uf the county Couit uf l.lneolii euuiity Mi.-aourl: All err-m liuriug iduliu ng'tlnit mild eiln'e tin- rr(iilrcd to chlUII I hem Iu Ihe U'lininiMr.U" for allunnnce willii ono year fruu Ihe dt of 'aid letti'in, or I hey iiuiy he precluded from any benefit uf Kiil'l ftliiie, und If nut exhibited within Ihreeyenrii liotn the d.ite'of toild lellcri ther will be forever buried. WAltliKN BAII.KV, June Si lhi'iO. n'JiS It Adiiiluialrator. " FI.Tla SETTLEMENT. Notice U hereby giron tu all penuni IntcrejM thnt the undersigned Ailinlnltlr.ilor of lho etlile uf (icorge l'earie deceuied, will make a final Settlement uf Iila administration ul mild eatate t tbe next Augutt term uf the Lincoln cuunty Court, tu be begun und held iu Troy, on Monday the 15th day uf Auguat WOO. I'KTKIl CAS8IHY. July Cth I8IIC. n:S4w. Admlnlalralr. KcNiftjiiRfion iotice. NOTICK l hereby given tu all concerned that tho undersigned will tnakeaillcutlon to tbe Liu coin County Court at Hi next Auguit term, to re Ign hie adminiatmtlun of lho eitate of Jobs Trail dieeanetl JOHN M. IIRKO. July Ulh 18CC. nSSp4w Adminlitrnler RcsiKiialion IVolicc. lyjOTICK It hereby glren to all concerned that X Ihe underalgned Administrator cflho cil.il ef Carolino Hector, deceaied, will apply to tbe ncit Auguat term nf Ihe Lincoln County Court to rc 'Ign Ills aduiuUtratlon of Mild 115IT" UmVAliJ HaiWKINS. July Cth 18M. n2Sv4n. Admmlalraler. Final .Sctllc:sicj. NOTICK Ii hereby given In ., I Uoui Interes ted that the underalgned ..nulrator of th eitate uf Jniaci 8lallard deieiucd, will make a Final leltlement uf hi administration uf laidjet latent the next Auguat term of tbe Lincoln coun ty Court, to be begun aud held In Truy, on Mon day tho Itllh day or Auguit IStlfi. II. N. 1IAKKET Administrator Jrni-29 18firt n27-p4w Final Ssttlcmcnt. "lyrOTICK In hereby given load penoni Inter X 1 eated that tho underalgned Admlniitrator of tho eslato nf John Itevnolda daceaiod. will make a fluol ectllomcat of hla administration of laid estate nl tho next Auguit term of the Lincoln county Court, to be begun and held in Troy, oB' """"-j iuu ioiu nay 01 Auguat man WILLIAM BANE, July 13 lfitr) nso w Stray NoticeTakin un bv Joienh B. Hum. rbtcya of Millwood townihln. a bav h Arsft Part. ix yean old. tome while epoci on hi body, 14 handi high, branded P N on loft ibouldir, p rraliid at 150 by aouel Hall, 0. 8. Cooper, 01lTr P. Vrdlr, bfr Hokert Vwdler. .T, T. .'my lit less Btw (just ijimc.j