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Opfiloi'f a Forelgior.
We find the following deration in late number of Blackwood's Magazine. It is worthy of tho attentiou of every pat riot in tho land. There is abundant proof of tbs designs of tho revolutionists to substantiate tbe word uttered, in tbo minds of every unprejudiced person. Should tbe radicals succeed, the country may exist ; perhaps a strong nation u terror to the world ; but mott certainly a ,le$putim. Shall this be the fute of the last abode of liberty ? "If Air. Johnson carries tho day ,s up ported by tho people at the November elections, the Union is practicable, and tbe United States may become, what tho irr.'at majority of the English people and nil the true friend nf humanity desire the tii to be happy, and respectable, pros perous and unaggressive, liut if Con gress, under the leadership of Slcvuus and Sumner, snatch tho victory, the Un 'ion is gone, uud auuiuthing else takes it.i tilacc perhaps a htrong nation, a tctror 'to tho world, but most certainly u des potism, let it assume what name it will, or hide itn naked hidcousncss under what ever oigeous trappings of power and tplrwlor may Lo to the lasto or tho lim ey of the dt'ieived people ; who, in spite ! of warning, and of the principles which urged their forefathers to revolt aicc'css fully ngaint Great Uiitian, allowed it to he established over them to pamper their 1'iido ami conceit, and deprive tlcm nf the liberty which they will have shown llu'iiii-clvcs unable to appreciate. The success or failure of t lit! Philadcl I liia movonieut is to determine whether the Union, which has survived four years nf civil war, is to bo strangled by its Northern enemies." Urn. Sherman (Viler. t'u'iicral orders No. 1, issued by Lieut (iciiiial V. T. Sherman, anuounees his asuniitinu of tho Military District, nf the Missouri, and pre'-ribes the I'ullowing as the limit nf the Iepa tments in his iiimii niil, subject 10 the approval of tho r-'ecrot.iry nf W'.ir: l.cji;irlinrnt ul' the Arkansas, ISrcvct Maj (icn. K. (). ('. Oru commanding, L lu-adtjii irtera at Little Hock ; comprising ' the State ul Ar:tiu;i and tho Indian Territory on its wvit. , lci.iitincii. ul'llu Mii-'onri, Maj. 'Sen. W. S. Hancock ci'iuinatnlingliuailiiiaiter.- ul iMiit Leavenworth; comprising the States of Missouri and Kansas and the Territories of Colorado and New Mexico. Department of the l'latte Hrevct )nj. Si. i, (,'ooke, headquarters for the pres ent at Omaha, hut as fuon ;n possible to to removed to homo tort or I'nitcil Statfa propcity within the limns or his depart ment. Tho department comprise tho rtilc of Iowa, the Territories ol Nebras ka and Utah, s much of I'akotah as lie Wit of the 101th muridian, and so much nf .Montana as lies contiguous to the new r.ad from Fort Laramie to Virginia City. Department of Dacotah IJtcvi.l Maj. Uen. A. 11. Terry commanding, head quarters at Fort Smelling. Minnesota, or Mich military post within his tcriitorial roinuiuml as ho tray select, the ."tale of Minnesota and all of tho territories nf Davotah and Montana not embraced in the department of the l'latto. lU:'liis Di:it. in' run Mi.'S'it iti. ) Sr. l.oris, Mo , August -0, l.S'ili. j (Icncral Orders No. 1. Tl.c uiulcrsiu'iicd hereby assumes Com tniiid of the Department if the Missouri, Head Quarters temporarily at Nt. Iittis, Missouri. Until further orders, commu nications intended for these llciuhiuartcrn will he addressed rii the Assistant Adju tant (JtneVat, Department of the Misaou li, Louis Mi.-soiiri. W. S. HANCOCK, Maj. Mcu. XL S. Arriiy. TiirTTietchei" MiiitiaT K..mas Cn v, Au'tot 21. A,", a general tiling ittiet ircvails on Hie holder. The Fleleher militia s-till nuuiti at rndi'pcndence, forayinj; upon neinnf jiuiies,ueu roosts, Ve. II Helen r intends to carry out his proclnmaliiJli in ood faith he should issue an order at nice relicviug our people of this pc.it. Two Murderers Arrested Babcoke's Men t'omiiiR to Grief. JurPEnsoN Citv, August 2i. William T. Mathews and Jhiiics (i. Mathews, the two men who murdered liicnt. 11. F. hnckc, in Miller county, iu April last, and for the appichcnsinn and delivery of whom tho (lovcrnor oticred a reward of SHOO each, were brought here "-nay and lodged in jail. They were Arreted in llellcvillc, St. Cluir county, Illinois, by two men named Uonton and Moore. They will be delivered to tho Sheriff of Miller county to-morrow and iaicn to mount r'lcauit to liavo a pre- littunnry examination. These men ac KnnwIedKO the crime charged against them, but say they bad been soldiers and were led tu bclievo by their officers that they were, therefore, entitled to commit murders and robberies and other like ec centricities. Une, it not both, was member of Babcoke's command. Two years ago, Judge Duvall wus a candidate for tho office of Olerk of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, the dob'i- . nmvu uu uus just uecn trium phantly elected. A short timo before the day of cloctton his name was strick fin from tho list of candidates by military Authority. Now he has stricken military authority from tho list by order of tho 'uuiocraoy ot Kentucky, ins majority wiurs ls aooui 4U,UUU. CHAB1.KK O'Connor, of New York, tho ""TH counsel ot .icnerson Uavis, re urns an income of 828,9 Prusslat Austria art Bavaria. I'Ahiu, August 21, a. ii. It is rumored that pcaco hat been made between Prussia, Austria and Bavaria. The report is also current that the Czar ot llussia lias taken lormai steps toward the negotiation of a treaty of alliance be tween Russia, Franco and Austria, PrcUMAMLY, it Is better to bo a judge of probate in Cinciunatti than to be Pres ident of the United Statbs just fifteen thousand dollars a year better. Bead card of Hour. II. Hudson, and when you want au Auctioneer call on him. It. II. ni lSOiH Vionecr. post orncE address, Louisville, or Troy. Aug.LM,nfl.r,4w. Wentzville Hotel. It. & li. DfEItKUlt. Proprietors. This la n new Hiitt'l Kith targe nnd pleasant moms. Willi nit good nccnniinidatlons ill at any city lintel. Tho IhIiIo U supplied with (lie lot tlin market afford', mid tho bar with llio choicest wines ami lliunr that cm bo found. uiig. !!4, no .15. ' Gr I, -A. 3XT 3D NATIONAL GIFT CONCERT To lie Riven ly the most Utoiite.il Artists uu tlio American CJWntinont! At SI. liOtliM Mo. ct. 94, 1800, dOO.000 iWiUl E1CII In order to m-ll a sulllclent number of tickets tu defray lliu expense of this Grand ifliiMiciil IVwtivai Tho proprietor propose tu present lo the Ticket Holder (present ur absent,) 600,000 Gifts, Valued nt fmni '."i rent t SfSO.tmn, nnd an "Truth seeks neither pl.ie nr power hill only" ask. a hearing." i- n li-r vnu to tlw following Sl'l.L'X- inn i.i.t "i" rr.!:.i:si!5. (.'rand fit It in (Jas.li, (irantl liift in Cash, Grand .ill iu Caili, t ciit of (jL'.tmo :' (.lifts ui'.f 1,000 each 930i00b 10,000 5,000 8: 2,000 ::,ooo 2,;'00 tt.otio 1,000 il.iMIU f,0O0 5,000 4,000 4,000 0,000 2,000 r ADD in " :too '0 ' " --'Oil fill 11 lilt) till ' " .'ill 200 " 25 100 " " 10 8t)t) " 5 1,000 ' " 3 2,000 " " J SO Splendid I'nriiis (I.iiimIj nelectid tell yvixt) ago) Mhulnl iieiir I'uun. il lilulD, un I in tno vicinity t Kniln.iuU in .ii.. r. nf eoiii'tiiii'ti'iii Pie Mimli UK. Llm lltli", 1'irnci ami lieu now euvuin- bi.HK'i'tf, nuy hu eeu ul 1 1lls ntTice. I.i i'ail'i", Ii'.O m iej, f l.ofltl mell JJI.nOO l.i Kurui', lil urivii 1.3011 oai-'i 1 S.II0II i'l l'rtrnn Ml ueti'H Soil eiifli llt.iMlli I iniii'iived fium in loiiii, ea?!i vnluo 'lt0il 10 Viiliinhto I'liy lol in Ihii cil;, in p I .,wt.iiK''l eiieh .'i.fnlO in MilnniMii linnet I'lnno.', 'Iil mi'li, H.nmi I.i Cliickeriut!- " " .'lOUeneli, 7,."i00 VO ftrnilM Meli.deons t'Otl ciieh, 4,000 ill "A" So 1 .elnj MHihlnes.lllOiaeli .I.OOO 7.'i (Tn II " " "5 eaeli i,tiH inilli I " Ml ,0110 .'0 Ek-iiniit Sill: llre. r.iltirnn T.'i ' 8,7fa 3.'.llentiiii.l.(ll.irtlat) Willi liialHO " .'..000 .'n l.mlies " lli.iinona " l.'ol " 7,i00 100 " Kniinielid " 100 " 10,000 IfilKlmt" ImiitliiKca-i'l " 7.' " 11,550 'J0H ' I'.ilent l.ever " -10 " 8,000 Hl.liiiO Vi'tiimo ('huii'e l.ttemry World", liom il to S-rt eaeli, 20,000 r.,IOt) l'.iij;rai tugs ami Oil IaiiilliiM, llsi i uli d hy Anierieui Artl-t.'. The nctt I'tocibd "I' llii lt mlo to lio e'ju.illy ilii-1 rit.iit-. to tho (.TiuiTUlilo lictitutlonu nt' tills City, t'luler l ho illieetli'ii of Hie City Cmineil, Valued ut 28,000 23,000 :;,noo ,000 lliaulifiiiniiMr.T.iicil(IOOicturc) AIIuiiih ul s I,"" euen 10,000 Finn Hold I'Iiikj ril (Ml .Iclurm) Alliums nt T.'JO enen 10t0(X) Subscriptions for WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS, In I lie United States and Cjutnit f, 2J,000 0,000 llennine Hold Vent, iixleiiflon lliildem. ltines Wki-ti, rte. SI. D0.000 200,000 Steel lingravinKi Sheet Miule, 60,000 4,601' Choice urtielet enimisllng ol rnoto Kraih nf dlntlnguUhed pemonago, of both t'ontincnlH. I'liekct I'utlirv, and other uiilquu articles, 50,000 .'iCO.OOO Making a (irnnd Total nf 9-IUT.120 -o- After the Concert n Committee of Gentlemen will bo selected by the mirtioncc, repreienling u ncdrly as nossiblo tho interests of Ticket Holders uesciit and absent, under whose immediute su perintendence tho proscnts will be diitributod, and all Ticket Holders and AgenU wi I be immc diutolv furnished with a complete, list of tho num tiers wltn ineir enrrcsponaing proscnis ns uismo utod br tbo Committee. l'art cs linM lux lleKots will retain mem unui after tho diitributinn, and if their nnmber p- iersl.i the List nt I'rescntsdiitributcil, thoy will orirard their tickets immediately Willi full dircc linns as lo tho thinnlnc of eoods or money t. Tickets are tor sale nt trie principal iioicis, uooa and Music Stores in the City and at our Office, No. f !l Flltll Htrret. Trice (I. Bent by Mall on receipt of prico and stamp for return postage. Active, Euergetlc and nestable A gent a wanted in every city, town and village in the United States and Canadas, tu whom gnat iu- auetmNis are orTcrcd. xpeclal Term or Club Bates. . Tickets to on address $ 4.50 10 ' 8.00 20 " 17.50 SI " 26.lt 40 " . 115.00 69 48.50 100 " " 83,00 In every case, send the nam of each subscriber anil their I'. O. nddross with town, county and State in full. Money by draft, P. O. order. Ex press or in Registered loiters, may be scut at our risk. Address all communications to SHAfTI.lt & CO. Tint Outre Hox, 3'ittT, At the celebration of tbe Ith of July, at H , the following was oue of the toasts offered : "Tho productions of Mo., men, women, maple sugar and horses. " The f.rjt are rtronx the tait nrefiect, Tho aecond and third remarkably sweet, And nil aro uncommonly hard to be." Men arc like bugles; the more trass thoy contain the further you can hear them. Women are like tulips; the more modest and retiring they appear, the but ter you love them." When a gentleman stares at a young lady, and she stares at him, they aro apt to mount to the region, of love by a pair of stares. AVby is a person aiking questions the strangest of all individuals? llccauso ho is the querist, Aliuiiiitfra1urej IVotico NOTICE hi hereby nil en Hint lotlira of Admin istration were granted to .liueiih II Martin on tho estate of Frederick M. tucket t decerned, Auguit 21 at 1S60, by tho Clerk of tho County Court of Lincoln county Mirronr). All licrtuns having elairut ugniust raid citato aro required lo exhibit thorn to tho Bilmintitratnr for nllowanea within ono fear fruiu tin dalu of vkld letlert, or they may bo rirccluded from any benefit of laid ctatc, and If not exhibited within thrco yearn trotn tho uatt ol um lellrra mcy wiu bo forever barred. JOSKl'll II. MAKTIN, Administrator, aug. 'U, no. :i 5 id 4vr ANMCHsor'si IVoiicc. IWILIi mecnt the Tax payers of Lincoln coun ty nt tho following timet and idaecf to re ceive their llti of properly. New Hope September Ilrd, 4th, and .'ith. Ch'antilla September th, "til, and 8th. Chain of Rocks September 10th, 11th, and 12th I'oit Oak September 13lb, 14th, and 15th. Troy September 17th, 16tli, and IVih: Truxton Set tcmbcr 20th, 31st, and 22ndt Mlllwiiod .September 24tli, 25th, and 20th. J.ouisvilln September 27th, 2Slh and 231b. Auburn October 1st, 2nd and 'Mi, lilanks furnished at each place. II. II. SMIXKV, Asscstor of Lincoln County. Augiift 17th 1800 Stray ITIarr. TVrtJTICK Is hereby given, that I hnvc now In i liny posselon a stray iniirc, sunp.ina to be three years old la.t spring': the U of n bright buy color, has a smalt sear on bur right hind foot, Juit abovo the tiasture joint. Is well broke to the sad- dlo rho was left III my ikksIoii by C. 11. Clark of .All 'I nil n i"innly .Mo. Hlio silppnei that slio nail folliiRi'd a Imrrc nf lil IVoin that county. Tho otriiernf said marc can get his property, by calling nt my resilience four m.li-s rdtitli east of Triiy Mo. nnd Jiaylng for thU advertisement and other cliarges. W. It. WAUI). August 17, i son, nt-nw 4,'uffiia laliin, and Ilai'k Itrpairinff. Till! iiiidi'ifigned nronoiv jirepaied to iniikc on the idiorttrt llutieu Coffins of all descriptions. Ilnggie and lloeks repaired on thn shortest nollei,, with gooit timber, Jc on reasonablo terms: i-uiniing ul vi ugous una Buggies iirouiitly at leiiiled to: 1 ' Simp u few rod west of Mr l'oenselots storo aim opposite . Mmuus l'uiut Sbnji: MOUH X- CO: August 3, 1RHH n:i2-p5m AiliiiiiiiMtralorM Sale. X obedience to an pnler of sale mado by the Probate Court of St Luuls cuuntv. Mlslourl. at lis Juno term lSOli, tho underslzne.l udinlnl.tru tor of tho estate of .Ic'sje J. Prttehett ili.cousi.aiiiin of St l.iiiil eiuiiily, will on the rourtli M.m.l.iv of September next being tho 21th day ofScplember lSili! ut the Court li.iu.io door iri the town of Troy luenin I ounlv Missouri, and Jiirin? tin, eti,n of the Circuit Court of said County of Lincoln, bo- mecii mo nours oi icn o clock in lliu loreiioon tthil live o'clock lu tbcufleriioonnf that day, expose to sale nt public, vchduo or outcry thn following iieai i.siate lying ami being in said County ' Lincoln and.Stuteot Missouil. to-Hitl Thonorth east quarter of tho north We.t ipidricr of section thirty-twn, toirnshln forty-nine north rniigo nnd east of tho lll'lli l'rlncintil Meridian. exeenthiL- en a.'roi oir tho uest siilrlol' ihr at the ono quarter section corner between suellun twenty-nine and thirty-two, thcrlco est to the norm ran eonur ol Thomas .1. Hulls tract of lanu, tuenco witli said Ilntts east line to a Make, tbenco east to a point of intersection Willi u lino running snuin ironi tno aforoMilJ one iiiartcr see. uou corner, incni'a noun In lliu liei. Innln- ...rncr luiiuiiiiiuK uiiriy acres more or less . leriut or sale, cash. .1. U: AllAMS l'Ul'riMII'.U Administrator of Josso J. I'litehctt, deceased. August !ird ISllll n;i2lw A. J. KERSHAW, RraMM foil n tier nnd Fiimi MAKKR. 82 North 3rd Street, Near I'ost Office, St LOUIS, Mo: rtrass Work of all descriptions lor Ilrcwers and Distillers Hrass, Wood and Iron I'uun.i of all sites nriccs. aiso, iron, it oou anu i.eau pipo ilUUO I, liMII iuj i ul Wanted At thin offico u good Htcady Uoy between 111 nnd lfi vnnrsnf ii'-n to li'.'im j.. . ... : --a the J'rinting business. J. B. 1UART1IV, Aj CO., Go in mission Merchants, No. 'il Locust Street, Under Mcrchdnt's Bank, no 4 lyr St. Lous STEAM MILL, GHRISTOrU TVEEKE, Proprietor, Second Street, St. Charles, Mo, KEEPS constantly nn hand all kinds nf flour, corn meal, bran, aborts and ship stuff. ptf The highest market prico po'ld for Corn ana wncai. icoij-iy C1 Ainn I'lIRVEAUl We want agents P 1 e eJUU everywhere to sell our lurmiVKB $20 Bowing Machthes. Three new kinds. Undor ana upper teed, narruntca uvo years, adoto salary or large commlssinn paid. The only ma. ohlne sold in the United .States for loss thuu fiO which aro fnltu tiuiutd bi oiee, Wh'rlrr iff Hirsos tsrouer & 'linker. Sinner if Co. nnrf Bac.Mdtr. AU other cheap machines are inrixjuientj and tie seffcr or vitr are J6iW io arrttt, Jim and Impruof matt. Illustrated circulars ten, free. Address or eall unon Hhaw tc Clark, Biddcford, Maine, ur Chicago, Illinois. n25-ly 8ttO A MONTH! Acmts vrauted for iir rnllrrhj ntv orlidn. just oilt. Addreil C. T tAi:V,'t'ii tiullding, DtWttwd, Mc. The Old G nn Whop OPEft AOAIIV. The undersigned has opened u shop di- uctly in tho rear of the Stove aud Tin shop in Troy, where he Is now prep nred to make and repair In tho beil manner OIJNM AM) PISTOLS on the shortest notice. Kvorybody who wants any thing lu my line is respectfully invited to giro mo a call. Trusses mado or repaired. JulyH, ItlOG n23) J. It. OLOltK. CITY IIOrXMi3L., ST. CHAltLKS, MlSSOUltl. J. CUSTP.H, Proprietor. This liouso has been refitted and furnished, nnd I.i centrally located fur the conVuninco of travelers and biiliicss men Mono I I (-00) Final Settlement. NOTICi: is hereby given to all persons Intcres te l thai tho undersigned Administrator of the e.tato of CIIITiird 11. Sitton doecascil, will maku a Final settlement of his administration of said es tate ut tho Ue.xt August term of tho Lincoln county Court, tu bo begun uud held In Trov, on Monday tho II y of August 1800. J: M. KINO, no 1 lbtIO n20-4'w Adtnlhlstrator. tlamfacturcrs of ML REVOLT REVOLVERS, RIFLES, lIUHKcts 9 Carbines For tho United States Service. Also, POCKET & BELT REVOLVERS UEPKATIXtl PISTOLS, Rlflo Canes, Revolving Hides, Rifle and Shot dun Ilarrels, and lluu Materials sold by Oun Dealers and the Trade generally. In thesedaya of Housebreaking and Hobbcry, every house; Store, Hank, and Office, should havo ore of RKMINGTON'S UKVOLV13KS, Parties desiring to nva'l themsclres of tho late Improvements in Pistols, nnd superior .workman ship nnd form, will find all combined tii tho new llcmlngtoii Uevolvers, Circulars containing cuts nnd description of our Arms will bo furnlshud upon application. K. 11KMIXOTON li SONS, lllun N. Y. Mooro and Nichols Agcnss, Mo. 40 Court land st New York. July 1.1 1B0U n2V 0m UNITED STATES Collectors mYoticc. l'ourtTii DisTnicr or missoiuii Public notice Is hereby given that I have re ceived the Annual Collection List fur tho Dis trict for tho year 1660, and that all Duties and Tuxes nru duo and Jiuyuble. I will bo at my odico in the Tiwn of Troy county of Lincoln on tho .tOth day of July, IHiirt, for ono day for the pur pose of receiving said Duties .Mid Taxes assessed upon persons In tl.li District. A prompt coin pliiinco with tho nbou notlco will sate troublo and expense. All persons who nrn delinquent nn any previous Taxes will tuoet me nt the sumo time bndjilucn. All payments must b mado In V. S. Treasury Notes, ur the Notes ot National Hanks A1.KX II. MA1ITIN, Collector 4th Dial., Mo. Julv 20th ISM. lltcntion Builders TII li iiiiders!)tncdlias been appointed Comiulss ioner to receive si:.ti.i:i pitoi'OM.vi.s for hiiildlr!" tbo Lincoln CoOfity 1'oor House lSulldlnr;', in uccordafco with lliu plans and speii- fieatiiius on tllo In tlm office of tho Clerk of tlie county Court ofLtbcolu ceuiity. Misnu i. Tho nuimings arc nt iiie imiowiug uimenslon.', and uru to uc or wood, to wit: Ono house 2 finite, high, 22 by 2 feet. One house, nuu story hjgh, IS by 'Jl feet. Two houtcr one slory lugh, 20 by M feet Dno bouse, una story llill, 14 by 1 1 feet. Twe boUK. one storv hluh. 0 bv K feet. Ono boiise, one rtory hlt'h: 1H by 24 feet, to be rcpaireu. Also, scaled proposals will bo received for bull ding said houses of bricks Tho paity making tho proposal lo liullil i.r brick, musi luriiHIi siweinen tlniis according to the pluns on file for building of wood: rropos.us will uo received unui .nonuay August 20, 1 SCI!, ut 12 ' ilnck, noun, nnd inu-t bo endnrsrd l'ropo.nts fur Ilullding County l'oor Hous buildings. Tliu county Court rcseivo to llicm-ilfcj (lie rtbt to reject nil bids, il deemed too high! V, C. OAK!', July 17. irum uommisiioncr Mirittffc Miuilders. TTIIK undersigned has been appointed Com missioner to receive SEALED I'll OPOSAL S for buitdinc a Ilridiro across the Slouch nt James Trails, on the riad leading from Troy to Louisville a"cordiiig to specifications on file in the County Clerks ofiiei. Dlds received until Monday, Au gust 20, mei, at 12 o'cloek M. Tho County Court reserves to itself the right to reject all bids If rtccuicil too lilgli, t. v. July ii, itsoo vummissioner. Order ot Pnblicaf ion; In Lincoln Circuit Court, March Term 1800. Mary Ducy. vs I On Attachment: llllam Hlusor. and John llushca, NOW here comes said plaintiff by her attorney, and It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that snid defendants are non-residents of tho Statu of Missouri, it Is thereforo ordered by Court that laid defendant William Sluser and John nusben bo notified that n snlt has been commcne ed against them in this Court tho object and gen. eral nature or which is to obtain Judgment on n nolo eiecuted by said defenant, to said plaintiff lor mo sum oi oo.si dated obruary 3rd 183V anu interest thereon and unless they said defendant be and appear at the neat term of this Court to be begun and held at the Court House in tbe town of Troy on me rourth Monday in September next and on or before the third day thereof and answer the said petition or the tame will be taken as con fined. It If farther ordered that a copy hcreol be publisued In the Lincoln County Herald a newspaper published In tho town of Troy for four weeks successively as by law required and con tinued. A truo conv from the record. In testimony whereof I hereunto set SKA). )my band and tbo seal ot said Court at office In Troy fbtsir-.n July A, V. less, A. II. MAKTIN, Clerk. u304w. July 20th I8S. AtsBlnlHtrafor's Sale of Real Estate. "DV virtuo of au order of tho County Court of jj,lncom county, no. 1 will sell st public suc tion, ut the front door of tho Court bouse in Troy rxn l.. & Missouri, on Tuesday August 11, 1866 the following described real estate Ion it: 160 acres, n w qr, sec 24, 150, range S west. Terms cash. WILLIAM X ELDER, Administrator of Jobs W. Hainmnd'dcctaie. Jetty W, 1W6 b30 tw NORTH MISSOURI II A I L B O A D . OX SUNDAY, AIMtsX 8th, ltjllfl, and until further notice, the Pasaenter Express train wilt run dally, ,uu Jys exceptad, as per time iauie mow. Train from !t. tools NoHh'. SlAIL AND XXrRt.H. Lenrei Hi Louis 7,50 a. " Si Charle ,I0 A, " Wcntzvitl 11,03 A. " Warrenlnn 12,20 r. High Hill 1,10 r. " Mont'y City IS1S I'. ....... 2, .10 r. -3,10 I'. 4,03 p. " Mnrtlnsburg.., " Mexico " Centralis , " Kturgenri " Henri Ick Allen " Culro " Jacksonville... Arrives nt Maeon .... 4i27 ! 5.02 r. k: , a.xa i' 5,12 r . 0,00 r l. M. M. kt. ,..C,30 l' Tralim front Macun Mouth. Leabci Macon V,?,0 a. m. 11 J.iektouvilla 10,00 A. M, " Cairo 10,17 a. m. Allen 10,35 a. m. ' lttnnick 1,58 A. M. " Sturgeon 11,24 a. m. " Centralia 11,50 A. M. " Mexico 12,32 I. M. " M.ittlnshurg 1,11 v. u. " Muiitgomery City l.OO r. M. " High Hill 2,25 r. M. " Wurrtntnn 3,40 r. M. VTntn lllo 4,:tO r. u. " St. Charles C.Ii I'. M. Arrlroat.St Louis 7,30 a. u. jpO' Largo figures show where trains meet. Isaac ii. sri;itci:o J. S. I'clp. iVc.'l ffoi. Mpt. Ami,, Hup. April 27, 18CG TO THE LADIES. REMOVAL. TVrrtS. SKDLACEK would respectfully Inform JLTXtho Ladies of Troy and vicinity, that she wll remove .her stock of MILLINUKY GOODS in a few days, to the room oppostto Wnddio and llutts Drug stiro, and one dour cast of tins Post Office, whera sho will exhibit the latest ty te of 49 BONNETS, HATS; Jp R1BBOIVS & FLOWERS, which cannot fall to please, and as good a stocK as was ever brought to this market. I am also prepared to Cut ate iMcilco Drosses In the lates and most approved patterns. All work in my line dono with neatness and d spateh. Thankful to the Ladies nf 7Yoy and vicinity fur past patronage, I hopo to merit nnd receive a con tinuance of the sunio, as it will over be my study to plcuso them. npril 20 18CA. I.uula Klxerer. I.oula t'aulstioli, EISERBR li FAULSTICH, MERCHANT TAILORS; And Dealers in Ready Made Clothing HATS, UAVS, &o Main Street, Onnntitc American Home ST. CHAULKS, MO Tebruary U 1KO0 n7 lyr C. II. Kluustermolr. Valclitlue Moore. FIRST NATIONAL SALOON. KLAUfiTKIMlEIR & MOKE'S WINE & BEERSALOON, (Tstins.ilin tria. H.itirt llstiidn. ST. CHAltiiKS, MISSbURI, Keeps constantly on band the Lest Lbiuors, the choicest foreign and native wines aud trcsli beer February tf li)0 ly NEW YORK SALOON. (HERMAN BEUfilHT, Proprietor. N'car tho North Missouri lUllroad Depot, ST. CIIAULKS, MO. milK ntnn. 1 sr.. t.t.i ..tit. l.tltt.1, X unl kiThd on hand tlio best kind ofLnziT 11..... Wt I r..,t i 1 iMvit 11 tui'ii mm iiinuvra utbuts rw( riifiun or fried at all hours. feb. U I860 u7ly CAltRIAUC MAMFAUTOUV. ST. 01IAHLK3, ElISSOUUI. Till! subscriber having purrhased the Carriage Manufactory of tl. lluvvn, invites thoso bav ins work to do Iri his lino of business, tu elvo him a call, l'artientar nttenlion paid to repairing. Charges moderate. CHRISTIAN KM Kill. FOR SALE Ajt tlie Heraicl Olilce; THE MAP OriiIIVCOfj COUNTY, Iffo. Vouipctition Defied. No humbug -no nonsenset Facts are stubborn thing" but this is a fact beyond dispute that the uesi anu eneapesi place iu purcnaso youruioiuing Is at the St Charles Clothing Baiarr, At I. KINnSIIURV, Main atreot opposite Kllogcr Mill: Constantly on n fashionable assortuiei t of Men and Hoys Clothing, 1'ujniiklng tloods, Hats Caps, Act (Ircater Indueemosts offered than any other house in HI Louis In his lino Came and convince yourself! Juno 1, lcJtttS u'ii p3in GRAY & G HERD AN, FASHIONABLE HATTERS: South Kast Corner of MARKET AND SECOND STREETS, and 82 North Fourth Street, S. JLoruiM, j Iffiiionri Jan'y i I860- n.ttf HORSE 2 IP III-; uncerilgnwf would inform the eitisens of X Lincoln county, that be ii now making HORSE COLLARS nut nf the bot material nnd wnrianted us good as tbe best. Fanners. Merchants ujid all others. who want a good article, nro invito ! to give rae a :an ai wines on Voot ana fc.ee. ,-rnn. L. M. H0WLAND, July IS, !? rVPJra' LYN0TT aud KEMPEB, Wholesale Retail beaters in Tin Ware; Ji Stores, MANtrAcrfjaritti br Copper, fii ni .81el irH Wan Gutters, LighthS'ng Hods sirid 8pootinj Eut up In the country at short notice, and at' inds of Jobbing promtly attended to. Bpsol'. and prompt attention paid to all orders. l'UODUUK TAKEN . In Ktcliantffc rot; Wbfk All kliids of naga DoughU , Country merchants will find it to tielr advent ago to eall and examine my gooda and prieet be fore purchasing elsewhoro, as I am determined le 6y SELL A8 LOW -W as 'can be bought in Saint Iionis! Copper, Peteter and LcaA Taken iri. ozehango for Work: April 27, 1806. nl8tf New Store I IV TROY, MO. J. U. VfttlO & GO; Have opened lit Troy SIB: i Slocle of Dry Goods; fcOtiTS; AND SHOES, j HATS, 4 wluch ihey will sell t'hp fbr Castjf Il is strange but trtia that since J; H. THRO k (JO. Havo nponed their store thoro has becr a reduction in prices of hast 20 per cent A It It W.UY?' Vitiiehs ofLhitoU County, thi.4 reduction in prices wo will suataiD, and as goods decline, wo will decline. No More High Prices Tlie h'usincss to hb carried on upon the One price system. - Termy : . - Cask: (Junoi!2, 18GG.) GET THE BEST; Webster's Unabridged Didimary. NKV .II.ijlHTKElS EDITlb Thoroughly revised and tn'uen enlarged. Over 3,001) fine engravings. Is well nigh indispen sable requisite, fur everv, Intelllgorit family. It contains lO.UOU WOHpS. and MEANINGS not found in other lllctlonariss; , It is nuw believe 1 tu be by far the most com iilete, useful, uhd satisfactory Ulcllonary of tho language ever published,' as it is by far the larg est single volume ever issued in any language. The possession of any other English lllotion ary, or any previous edition of this, cannot coin pensata for the want. of this. very, full and com plete ono. In its i.riiunt .perfected state it most ungreiiinin thu IIKST KNULtSH DICTIONARY ami unce posscJscJ, remain or constant ana abid ing value. .. , ii Iu ono vol. tf 1,840, Royal Quarto Pages Published by U. 3c C. MEHRIAM, nay 11. lio 20.' Pprtngfletd,' Mass. i New Wholesale Drug House SCbTt irVIELLIER; No 1 13 Main St. Coru'e'r ot WaohtrigtoB' Avenue ST. X.o'uiS; MO. FRESH GOOOS&LOW PRICES tbR cash: WTf! have In s'fo'ro and are difty recerVlng a. large and full assortment of Ul sioh articles Usually kept by , Wholesale Druggists To which' we call tho attention of AIOTHECApiES 44 GENERiL DEAL EUS IN TUB COlMftY k tip. Onr, entire stock was bought, when prices were At their Lowest & Gel at ISO, Thereby ruublinj us .to defy all competition. Uuyers wi'l do well to give us a call. , Scott it- Mkllier, 'o. Il:i North Main at; St. Louts.' January 28 1BRS n5 six ra. . M....M..........MM.......M.MMM.............W.......aMMMMM. ADMIN'ISTltT0H8 NO I ick, , ,. TVTOTICK Is hereby given that lettvio AlsW listration wore nanlcd to HarsUtX. (ffttoa' on the aetata of., Wilson Barker deceased, Jane, tuth I860, by. the Clerk of the county Court of Lincoln county Missouri'.. All nersons hnvlne claim's asalnst said estata are required to exhibit tbeni'to tho. administrator for allowance wlll)lu one year, fi em tue date of aid letters, or llier may be nrovluded f um any benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited within.' three year from the data of said lettert they will ka forever bsrrtd. HAlllM.N L. SITTON . June:':1 le-tfti c20-4t AamtnlstrattY