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LOCAt AND COUNTY. 'eBteratle MMUigs Monday aftarnooi, a informal mating ef the DaOooftit of thia county -nhb warVattenuMbg ClrcttH Court wm held in th' lower tonrt tvoa it Ibis plaoe. , .A blinding or the Union and Con federal elements wm indloeted ky the eleotioaiof BlobrdWomBHok, a cap. tain under the Federal government, but a life-long Demoorit, M eheirmen, end B Broady Hull, a gailant'Lieuteoant Colo nel of the Confederate aresy, aa iocretary whloh augnre well for" tho unity 'of tbe cartt in thle eounty. At stated aborc, ibe neetine Wi . Informal one, and isuaied to Uaelf no power to act for the .party or to dioUle its course, but was imerely suggestive in its nature ; being a primary move for the organization of a county central and townships committees, to arrange a programme for the approach' ing campaign: On motion it was there fore Risolved, That this meeting request the .Democrats of the county, and all who wish to act with them in the npprooon ing eleetion, to meat at some point in their respective townships on the fourth Satur day in April, for the purpose of solecting one member from each township to act as Democratic County Central Committee, and to also organise township committoo3 to aet in conjunction with tbe Central Committee." An amendment was offered, to tho effeot that the Central. Committee be com posed of two members from each town ehip, which was voted by the moeting to be superfluous. This matter, however, may bo arranged by tbe township meet ings, which may adopt any course that -appears best to them. The organization of the party is thus left in tho hands of th jwhole party, and a Ceutral Committee so seleated will certainly meet the ap proval of all. We hope the Democrats will turn out well at these meetings, and not leave the organization in the bands of a few, for such a course would probably result in dissatisfaction. The people of the county have an opportunity to manage the cam paign to suit themselves a thing they have not been able todo for ten or twelve years past. That bane of free elections, disfranchisment, is destroyed, and all they have to do now, is to come out en mane and exerciso thtir recovered rights. Will they do it? We hopo they will we balievo they will. Remember Collier leaves Troy soon Peisons owing him will pleaso pay up right soon. ullw2 Teachars' Iuslilulr. Notico is hereby given to the citizens of Lincoln county, and especially to the Teachers in the county, that there will he held a session of tlia Lincoln County TeacbcrtT Institute in the court house in Troy, on the 16th, 17lh and 18th days of April, 1872. All teachers of public schools rosiding in the county must at tend said Institute and get a certificate of -membership, or have a valid excuse for non-attendance, in order to obtain a cer tificate of qualificetion as teacher from the Superintendent. WM, S. PNNINtlTON, Sup't. Tho following is a program of busi ness for the scesion, made by tbe exeou tivo committee : FIRST DAY-O A. M. I1CSID AND FBATXa. Orthography and Heading,, Rev. Tuttle. Penmanshtp, I F. If. HD8I0 AMD PAAYKK. -Arithmetic, W. Cunningham, A. M. SECOND DAY O A. M. Descriptive Geography, J. M. MoLellan. Physloal Qeography, . J. T. Uetherlin. lr.lL English Crammer, E. N. BonBIi. THIRD DAY, t) A. M. ' KtTSIO AMD rBAYIB. lecture on ilorallty, Ror. O. S. Thompson, .Essay, ' Miss Hughes. " Miss Worjham. lr,a -music. School Government, Prof. Gaff. W. S. PENNINGTON, Chni'n Ex. Com. G. T, DUNN.Seo'y. Boaed op Trustees. There will be an election for a new board of trustees for the town on the 2nd prox. Tbo old board, or most of them who bavo per formed their duty well, as the improve ments in our streets show positively decline to :ruo again. Aa the office is not an enviable on there are few or no aspirants, although such an institution is necessary to the order and Improvement of the plaoe. A few gentlemen bayo teen named in this connection who wo believe would make good trustees, among whom are Messrs. J. 8. Thornhill, John McDonald, J. P. Lynott, T. W. Withrow, nd Dr. 8. T. Bast. They are all inter ested in building up. the town, and as just . .. -U X - ... 1 uu raoa are neeaea on me ooara, we hope tbey will permit their names to be used. It ia not supposed that any on ra)ly desires vthB rposition,,but? as goVd oitizins, oan they not saorifioe (heir feel, logs a little to the public good. Wo understand that 0, E, Peera, Esq., itcult attorney for this judioial oirouit, reeovered (310 for Lincoln county in fines, and forfeiture,, on ttabM cases, l&it Tuesdsy, Collier leaves Troy about the 15th of pun ww s i orgs'. nil WIS That Pmml Preperiy List, I CbaNtjlly, Wfareh Id. Editor Herald: I see In vour issue of ihe 14th lost, a list of the assessed value I of ftrnnavt-V In T.inftnln 'nnHnivfA.i 1Q79 fail to attract the attention of manv of v hivii vvnillUl BiatQUiQUk IUII VDUiiUI our ollltens, A portion of that stste-1 menVrtsds Jhur: "Tbe largest amount of personal property assessed to any one person is8,000 ;" 'then follows the names of .eleven persons with the amount of per sonal property asaesaod to each set oppo- alt thai M.ti.At!a. nama I - IV.tlt. row, a widow lady, heading the list with $8,000, and -T, Pollard's estate $8,000; the other nine ranging from $5,000 to $5,75G. Now,. Mr. Editor, you must do your work over,- bocause we feel suro that you have made a fearful mistake in publish the assessment list of our county. Wo cannot permit such a disgrace to the county to go uncontradicted. We have some sliuht acquaintance, with the pecu-. niary affairs of tho good peoplo of Lin-1 coin, and we know that Mrs. Withrow is t not tho owner of tho largest person? 1 1 property list, nor does she in any way represent the larce Hat lj great odds of any otW citizen in thiB county. Why, my d"ear sir, you forgot many persons right under your own observation, who have mortgages and deeds of trust in the recotder's officj in your town, to doublo that value. What's the matter ?i "Something must be rotten in Denmark I" ' And again, only eleven persons in the county, who can reach a personal , property list of from $5,000 to $8,000 I It will never do to let this error get away from home. What emigrant with money in his pockets would ever stop in such a. poverty-sricken county, especially when they learn the amount ot tho county s indebtedness. For mercy's sake, Mr. Kditor, correct vour list; it is false in everything as touching the matter referred to, There . are to-day in Lincoln county more than . 1 . 1 I nuy persons won represent anu own per- sonat property in excess of this list pub-' lished. Let them be honestly repre sented in this matter. Wo know that the wealthy money lenders and stock men of our county will feel as indignant .1 .i i i we call for an explanation of this whole ' matter. With the hope that you will receive this in the same kind spirit in which it is dictated, and that you will correct tho error in your next issue, I am yours truly, Douiitinq Thomas. Wo will have to inform "Doubting Thomas" that we are not responsible for tho fifty or mnro person's names, who own personal property to tho amount of 85,000 and over, not being reported in our list. Our figures were taken from the assessor's books. We also are satis fied that there are more persons in the county than were named in the list pub lished by us, that owu fully 0,1100 or more in personal property, but who havo given it in as much less. We will just state hero, however, as there may bo some who are not awaro of the fact, that there is a special tax on merchants, and their goods are not classed as personal property. Residence 3urned. Tbe homo of Mr. James McDonald, who lives about three miles north of New Hope, was burned down last Monday. Nothing was saved except a bedstead, two beds and a ham of meat. There was no insurance on the property.- The fir left Mr. McDon ald in destitute circumstances, but wo understand that the generous people of that section will lend him a helping hand. Pioturts I Picturos I get them soon, for you cannot alter tho loth ot April, Geo. P. Rowsll & Co.'s fame as Adver Using Agents has rendered their firm name a household, word. Every body has heard of them ; but perhaps cmy one does not know that this firm have for two or threo years leased a column or more of space in nearly every promi nent and reliable newspaper in the country. Journal Recorder, West Meri den, Conn. Have your pictures mado this month. Collier is going to leave in April. FOR CHEAP GROCERIES Call on J. Wilborn. Troy. Mo., toto will for the next 60 days sell nearly at cost, COl'PEE, PUCiAH, TEA, TOBACCO QUEEN AND GLASSWARE OP Ahh KINDS. Call first and gel your Choke. nllm3 To Thobe who wish to Purchase Qood Books. Mr. James A. Adams of Montgomery City is goncral agout for the sale of the following books in St. Ubarles, Warren, Lincoln, Montgomery, Audrain, Callaway, Monroe, Randolph and Shelby-: Mark Twain's last work, "Roughing It," i companion to bis "Tnnoqenti Abroad ;" V8ibts and Sensations in Europe," by Junius. Henri Brawne j ''Soienos and tbe J31ble," by H; WVMorris, and tbe "Fam-' ily Bibje." The authors of these works are well, known, and the books oan hardly, fail of rapid sale, Mr. Adams is now in Troy, bat will only remain a abort time ; ht will, however, leave a loeal agent at this plaoe, Mr. 0. K. Miles. Loeal agents for all the' above named oounties are wanted. Address; James A. Adams, Montgomery City, Mo. P, G. Oilman, 516, Pine, alreof, St. Loais, publisher of ibe above works. St, Lvals Tlat. BY TILKQlAVH. ... , , Ilktlng employed ST lrSt-0lSH0Ucy. man" watchmaker, W a frepated to "ps'r'waiouce, cocas ar . t and jewelry ; also, Rr,T'B ,J,onV0 a t rtfrrtM i w. jj. inuuiui, & A. Telegraph office, Bonnie' build jog, Troy wo. t uivwd DUI'FAI.O NUR8ISHV. One Hundred Trees, 2, 3 and Tlmmnnd trood Annie j nousana gooa Apple, 4s years old, at reduced prices. Price, 16 cis. esoh, $1.00 per dozen, $11.50 per 100; $90 00 por 1,000 ; 50 at tho 100 rates, 500 at tho 1,000 rates. I will sell Jennetings, 8 and 4 years old, and Den-Davis, .Morris, lted Dell Wiocsap.Willowtwig.nndHusesCrabsfor I on nn t... I .J A I uiuur, cu.uu per uunuruu. unerui variety of Nursery stock at customary prices. A. il, oil ULTe, nlOtf. Troy, Mo. GGKMAN AND I'HENCll CLASS. Frof. Hillcr will open a class iu Ger tuan and Fronch for the ensuing season, commencing April 10th, and ending Sep. tembcr 10th. Ladies and Gentlemen do siring to become pupils are respectfully requested to enter their names before or on the 1st of April, to mako arrangements for books. Ladies who cannot make it convenient to attend class, can have private instruc tion ot their respective residences. For torms and further information, en quire of Jlr. W. II. Young at I'arker, Crews & Co.'s, or at tho Circuit Clerk's office of Prof. J. lliu.r.ft. Hero she comes ncti'm, tho beautiful spring, with her pleasant sunshines, gcntlo I breezes and refreshing Bhowers, which re- mind us that it is time to plant and sow once more. Now, friends, in your hurry and bustle don't forget and again put off . the planting of trees until it is too late to . . l ,1 1 . . . 1 1 . I.... ..nucrra to tuai very important matter , uui send in your orders at once to the propri- , etor of Buffalo Nursery, A. M. Shults, or i give it to somo one oi the numerous 1 agents now soliciting orders for that nur- jsery. Plant not only apple trees, but a I i r ,i. t.: r.;. gated at the above nursery. Josiah Creech, Local Agent at this placeu will take orders or give any information do- sired. Fnr choice t fit nil v frroccriea. t?o to J. . J D Wilborn's, on Main street, Troy, Mo. All orders left with him will bo filled and delivered in eood order. nil 3 in ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. For Good Bargains GO TO JWILBORN'S Cash Grocery Store, TROY II ; HERB YOU WILL ASSORTMENT OF , 2VIO., FIND A GENERAL FAMILY GROCERIES, ti'i:i: and glassware; OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, $T The New Cash Storo will bo found on MAIN STREET, In the building formerly occu pied br M. T. Drltton. MY THIiOltY 1st t 1'IMI AND SMALL PROFITS, i8B"ETTEK THAN NONE AT ALL. Como with tho Caah, and you will not have I o pay tho losses sn bad debts, but will get your groceries Cheap. If you do not want to buy, CALL ON ME : It WILL NOT COST YOU ANYTHING ! It Is no Trouble, to Show You Good Groceries. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. .iVll' Kindts of Produce Talcen in Exchange for Groceries. nov2v6n43yl C, C, RANSDELLtea, coffee, sugar, SIANUFACTUHER OF Kl Sp'ce antl Everylelns Nlcf, BOOTS AND SHOES, OyslorsandSardinos, . TROY, MO. 0R ANYTHING YOU WANT, B JEST OF JfORA GUARANTEED! The Best Workmen ONLY EMPLOYED. 1 am prepared lo Furnish Ladies and Gentlemen with the Finest morocco Shoes and French-Calf Boots, all made to Order and in Best Style. Heavy Work, suitable tor all kinds or weather, and tor Toughest farm work. Satisfaction sriiaranteed. Customers may rely upon my Goods fccing what they sire represented Ho'-made , ,--t - - HHU israa fftssassty. Call and sec our work C. C, RAKSllKLsU Troy, Mo., Msres 7, 1871. ' trier it rukltcatieni I NOTION Is nereky given last lha undersigned, administrator of the citato of Davl tilery, the 10th Jit of Januarr. 1872. at the January tern or too rrooaiauowrt or liioooia county. Mlseoarl, tor I672,i filed Ma ,itl4lM "! administrator lor.tna oi tne reat estate necessaro to nay the debts doe by slid deceesod, - accompanied by the list and Invontotiee f edolrcd by law, and that unleia tho, ooetiary, be shown, 1 an order will bo made, for the salo of raid real estate at Ihe April torm of laid Probata Conrt for 11873, which term will bo begun and held at the ! court hotfee in Troy, Missouri, on the second I Monday Iq April, 1B72, when and where all per ,01" lnti,ctfd in laid tate vlll appear and h wu w( fM 0fd(r of hoi nni u - noted. OABliIBL THOMPSON, Adm'r mcnvniu of entato of David tilery, deo'd. Order f PoUleatlon. NdTICE Is hereby glren that tbe undersigned) administrator of tho cstato of Ellas MoNea loy, doo'd, on the llth day of January,, 1872, at tho January term or the probate uourtor iiinooin wty, Missouri, for 1872, filed I his petition sucn auininieirnior lor mo mma ci ino rem ciiuie of said deceased, or so much thereof as mleht bo ncccs.nry to f nv llio debts duo by said deccasud, accompanied Ly I lib lists and Inventories required by lav, and unless tho contrary bo shown, an order will be inado for the salo of said real estate at tho Aurll term of said Probate Court for 1872, which term will ba begun and held at the cuurt houso in iroy Alissourl, on the scconu .Monuny in April, 1872, when and whero all liertons Into- cited in said estate will appear and show causo why said order or salo should not be granted. WILMAM YOUNG, Adm'r mch'nlO of ostate of Ellas McMcalcy, dec, Order of I'ublicallon, , TVJOTICE is hereby gircn that tho undersigned, 1 1 ' Exooutor of Hi o nuto of Anton eppclcr, deceased, on tho 12th day of January, le"2, at the Jnnunry term or the Probate Court or Lincoln county, Missouri, for 1872, filed his petition as such executor for tho sale of tho real estate of said decoascd, or so much thereof as might bo necessary to riay tho debts duo by said dcccr.sod accompanied by the lists and Inventories required oy taw, and that unless the contrary bo snown, I (in order will bo made for the salo of said real estate at tho April term of said Probata Court for 1872, which term will ba begun and hold at tho court houso In Troy, Missouri, on tho second Monday in Anrtl. 1872. when and where all rcr sons interested in said estate will appear and snow cause why said order or salo spoulii not bo grantotf. HUSKY HEMMEUSMEIER.r.xccutor mch7nlU of estate of, Anton Seppo cr, dcoi f O T1 J "1 nw. 1872 bpi'lllff 1 13(16. 1872 I r O YOUR INTtnCO I CALL AT THE innn i n n i mm .imTi- UltUiAI UAbll MUIUHJ OK JACKSON IHDTT OUR SPRING STOCK W1XK SOON HE READY FOR INSPECTION AND WI) VI'ILIs GIVE BARGAINS IK THE FOLLOWING LINE OF GOODS: Irish Poplins Table Damasks Shirting Flannels Canton Flannels Flno Wliilo Flannels Plaid 4 Check " , Black Alpacas Colored Alpacas Bleached Muslins Fine Cassimcrcs Velveteen Satinets Wide Silk Velvets Tablo Linens Linen Towels Heavy Joans Honey Comb Quilts Gentlemen's Hosiery Crashes, bro. a bleach'd, Ladles Hostery Cotloa Diaper Pillow Case Cotlon Wide Sheetings Shirting Cheeks Bed Tickings Children's Hosiery Gloves Hamburg Edgings Handkerchiefs Corsets, low to Sne, Balmoral Skirti io., 4c. Merino Vests Drawers, and jHATS -AJNTD CAPS, BOOTS AJVD SHOPS, Ladies' and Misses' Gaiter, ' UO JE RIJES, 2T CALL AND SEE. JACKSON & IIUTT. TROY, MO. March 7, 1872-nov!)7lyl TO Ti: ACIBKUS. NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned, Superintendent of publio schools of Lincoln eountyi Mo., will, In aooirdanoa with tho school lair or tbe (State, oom pubita' examination ol teachers, on the 1st Sa'urday of every month, at the court booie in Troy, and on those days only. Teachers will rdcase bear this In mind. . W. 8. PENNINGTON. Sup't Publio Schools, jnionzsj Lincoln conly, Mo, MALLIXCKRODT'8 NURSERY. ' ST. OHABIjES,.MO. Nursery situated i mile South of the Cily of St. Charles. 0t T. MALLINCKHODT, PrsprleUr. A general assortment of fan Trees. Grape Tines. Small c..,;. iruno, inHy(iiici mujcoi 8aiNi and traanratai 'ft3 3rlerr, V tehSbud for descriptive CbtntoKuc. Uvea on ApplTcatlou.i Alidress I O. T. MAlLINCKIlOi)?, St. Charles: Mo, -fcb22a8 Final SclClemciite NOTICE ll hereby glten that the1 undersigned administrator of Ihe ee:ale of William Black, deo'd, will make a final eettlement of bis admin. lilrallonof laid citato at the next term of Iho Probate CoSrt or Lltteoin eonnty, mo., to be be- .an end held, at the court home In Trov.Mo.. on n . . ... . " . the iccond Monday la -April, 187a aVehMnll E. O. HITTO, Adm'r. final Meillciiienfi NOTICE Is hereby girta that the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Joseph Mar. tlnlk, deceased, will make a Inal settlement of his administration of said estate, at the next' term of the Probate Court of' Lincoln Soonty, Mlnourl. to be beiun and held In Troy on tho Second Monday in April, 1872. mcbjaio, jus. u.'AiiijKN, Adm'r. Final Settlement. i NOTICE la hereby glren that the nnderslgncd, administratrix of tbo estate of (Icono C Bowoii.dee'd. will make 4 flnnl settlement of her administration of said estate, at the next term of the Prgbate Court of Linovlh county, Mo., to be begun and held In the court h:uo at Troy, In said county and state, on the second Monday in April. 1872. mctimiu ha hail j. jiuwisn, Admr'x. AriiiiiiiiNlrntor's io(icc. NOTICE is LcrcliT glren that letters of admin istration wero uranted to tho cnderslgntd on tho estato of James M. l'ortcr dee'd, bv tho Clerk of tho Probata Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on tbo Will ilny of February, 1872. All persons tiavlnz c;nlins OKimst situ estate rorcquircd'to exhibit them to tho administrator for allowance, within ono year from tho date of said letters, or they may be Precluded from any benclit or sntd estate) ana ir not cxhlmtcu within ito years from tho dato of said letters they will bo forever barred. uicullnll 11. II. SIT10N, Adm'r. A(liiiiiiiMtrn1oi''H Notice. ' N OTICE Is hereby given that lettera ot ad- ministration were granted to tho underslcned on the estate of Talbot Urngg, Sr , deceased, by tbo Ulcrk ot the I'rot'atc lourt ot Lincoln county, .Mo., on the 2tltli day ol January, All persons having claims auainrtsaid cstnto aro required to exhibit them to tho administrator lor allowance nuntn one year iron tuo uato ol said letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited within two years from tho data f said tetters tbey will bo forever barred. . feb22n8 S. It. WOOLFOLK, Adm'r. AdminiNtralor'8 Notice. N OTICE Is hereby given that letters of ad ministration were cranted to tbe undersiencd by tho Clerk of tho..l'robato Court ol Lincoln county, Mo., on the estate of Lucy J. Mcintosh, acooased,on tbe lztn day ot jrcbrunry, 18. 2. All er ons having claims against, taiu estate aro required to exhibit them lor allowance to the administrator within one year from the dato ol said letters, or they may bo precluded from any Denent or said estate, and 11 not exhibited within two years from tho dato of said tetters, they will bo forever barred. fcb22n8 E. O. SITTON, Adm'r. Administrator' Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that letters admlstraibn were ernnted to the und of siznod on tho estate of Uenry Cocke, deceased, by tho Clerk ef the Probato Court of Lincoln county,'. Mo , on Ihe 12th day of February, 18T2. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to tho admidistrator for allowanco within ono year from the date of said letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited within two years from tho dato of said letters they will bo lorcver barred. feb22n8 E. (I. SITTON, Adm'r. Administrator':; Sale. BY VIUTUE of an order of tho Probato Court of Lincoln county, mo., I will on tto 10th day of April, 1872, at tho court houso door in Troy, no., sell nil of tho unavailable claims of the cstato of Carty Wells deo'd, mch7nl0 JOS. 11. ALLEN, Adm'r. Atlraliiislrator's Sale. I ) Y VIRTUE of nn order cf Iho riobnlo Court I of Lincoln county, Mo., the unilcriisned, administrator of tho estato of Mnthlas Trail, deceased, 111 on Friday, tho 12th day of April, 1.72, und during the pitting of tho rrobatu Court, sell nt tbo court houso duor In tho town of Troy, for cash, all tho unavoloblo claims of tbo cjtuto U fulil .Matlilus Trail, dec d. nichUnll K.O. S1TTO.V, Adm'r. AilraiiiMrator's sale ol Itcal Kst.iif. VJOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, 1 1 adminlstratorofthe ostate of Elita 11. Steele. deceased, will, in pursuance of a renewed order ot sale mnde by the Probato Court of Lincoln county, Missouri, at the January term, 1872, sell Uu Friday, April VI. 1872. at the conrt house door in tbe town of Troy, Missouri, during tho sessltn cf tbo Prubnte Court of said county, and between the hours o ten o'clock, a.m. and 4 o'clock, p.. m. of that day, the following described real estate, sltntito In Lincoln county, Missouri, to-wits Lota Nos. two and twenty-three, in the town of Falmouth. In said county, or so much thereof as tvIII nnv tho debts ef said deceased, and upon the follow ing terms : A credit of three months, purchaser to give bund with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent, from day of sate. nuoAlll Dljitil,!, Adm'r mchUnll Est, of Ellia-B. Steele, deo'd, Trustee's Sale of RrM Estate. YjmiEHEAS, Max Mar'tlnlk; by his decj of V Trust, dated tbe 10th day of May, 1870, - .1 1 I 1 T) -.. 1. X' . ,. r t r . . ivvumuu iu uuur a u fiag- ' (oereeorus oi .hocus oi j.incoin oouniy, stale- of ..Missouri, conveyed to the sndersfgned Trustee tho follow ing described land, situated In said county, to- witt That part of survey I7&1 lying and being north ofCulvro iu Tp. 49, R. 2 W,, containing nu jcrcs, mora or less, lor tno purpose of secur Ing tho payment of a note in said deed described. andtrhorcas said noto Is due and unpilJ, and I tho Tiuiteo am directed by the bolder of said note to soil said land, now therefore I will on Wednesday, April 10, 1872, between tbo hours of ono. and 4 o'clock In the afternoon of that day, nt he cocrt home door In tho town of Troy, in Lincoln county, Missouri, proceed to sell 'or cash in band, at publlcauctlun, to tho highcft bidder, all tbe land convoyed by said deed of trust, to satisfy said debt and costs of said trust. mcb7n!0 F. T. WILLIAMS, Trustee. Trustees Sale of Krai Instate. T7IIEKEA Joseph Settles and Susan E. Settles his wile, br their deed of truit. dated on tho Bth day ot lebruory, 188, and recorded in book U nt pagss 409, 40V and 410 of the records of deeds of Lincoln county, Iu tho state of Missouri, conveyed to the undersigned Trustee tho following described land, sltuatod in said county, to-witt Beginning at tho south east corner of a 200 acre, tract, occupied nt the data of said deed by A. llerlru, it being a post from which a white oak 12 Inches In diameter bears 8 (18 dege E 3ft Us distant, thence with the southern lino of said Ilcrtru's land S S2K degs., west 34 chains., and set a post lo an old field fur corner, from wblab a black wulnut 4 Inches In diameter beara 'north 40 degrecj cast S9 links, tbenee aouth 28 8-4 degreei east SO chains and IS llnks.to a post for corner, from which a blaek walnut 10 tnobet la diameter-.bears south .14 degrees, west 22' links", and an elm 5 Inches' In diameter bears south. 86 degrees, east 12 links', thence north tOX degrees,' east SI ;haini'and 82 llnks.to a post for corner In the Una of Wm. Trail, from which a" burr oak SO Inches. In diameter beara south 34 degrees, 'west. 38 links, thence wotth 28 3-4 derroea west 29 chains and 32 links to the place of beginning, coptalnlng 101 18-100 acres, It being' a part of the lar.d allotted to Thoa. P. Boon In the division of land among tbe heirs of William .Boos, for the purpose of securing the payment of it note in said deed da scribed, and whereas said note Is dueand nnnaid. and I tbe Trtsteo ana dlreoted by Ihe holder of am note u in jam ianu, now tnero 1 will on Monday, tbo 18th tla'v of March. 1872. between tho hours of one and four o'clock In the afternoon ol that day, proceed to sell for cash la sand, t pbllo auction, to th Highest blddef, at tbo court houso duor In the town, of Troy, In Lincoln eountv. Mtnourl. .11 th. l.nd Annv.l ty Hid dead uf trust, to s tlsfv sal debt nnd costs oi laier trust. St. v. uoKKK, 'I rntlse. Teblitd VALUABLE FARMS FOR m A5tiMT ---wi, .11 C If EE, $C .FnAKIBilf aitai.aW4 kto mmW Vt.i AtWwIwjS il.MW luff aUftl S.SWIC 1 motfW&dMtL. J29 Acrea r rf, .WB JI. 1 Two and, half miles wed cf Tn7oa,T.nuf on snd Bant Ida' road. 'LaraVbtlck ttweltioE noun 44 by 62 feet fronts t roms wlth'hall'bri lrrit tory arid cross halls on second story, 8rerftM in cash mom, ceilings 12, 10 and 8 fctrcsar H by 20 fect'with stone watts. Living well of pure water and plenty ol stock water"otJ,Tarut.!;'70 acres In cultivation, fin. orehsrJiof's!le;t rVuIt of all kinds l all Ihe land MaderJeae,, ,Cafad leading to coal fields., At low,,flgMres and JOLUi, to salt pnrebaser.1 80 Acrfs 2 One tnllo'riorlti ot Troy on Lwitstllle'ttij. Nice one story cottage dwelling with IfoaatsT t mtlo from St. L. A,K, rallrmid. ,40 acres -in cul tivation ybuhg orchard of select frdlttegin nlng to beah L6 figures and teraas lo'sult pur chaser. I 7 nit 204 Acres ( Sn 3 Three and a half milts. south of Troy. A splendid farm, over 100 acres' In' cultivation, n good dwelling with 7 or 8 rooms, 3 new barns, good outbuildings, plenty (if using, arid stock wator, on a publio road, a fine orchard of select fruit and small fruits, n fine garden paled in. Dwelling stands on a ntco elevation with nlco yard. Entlio farm under fenco and oVcfy aero susceptibto of cultivation. Splendid tract of land, a very desirable home, anil Is offered at very low figures. 320 Acres No. 4 Four miles sonth of Troy on Mctlca road. 200 acres In cultivation, prairie, land, frame dwelling with 6 rooms, good orchard of select fruit, is a flno stuck faun, good bnrris, plenty lino timber to kcp placo up, plenty using snd slock water, In a good neighborhood aecessable in.'nll directions, (lood stand for public house, and iiuiiiug iuniur. i in Ben pari or an iu suit purchaser, l'rieovory low. io Acres Ko. 5 Three miles north of Trov. 20 acres In cul tivation, a comfortable house, excellent land, and win :iuko a goon nine noine. very caeap. 160 Acres No. fi Four miles south of Troy, 70 acres In.culll vatinn. loe dwelling with 3 rno'ros. mVak home and barn, good well of living water and Ismail . orchard of fruit trees. Half mile 'af -district school house, half mile west ol Sand Run church, samo distance from 1081 Oai anil In Vg6od neighborhood. Very cheap and deirabl.l'i' 120 Acres o. 7 On tho ItluIT adjoining the farm fbrmerly owned by T RCnrolck, Eq., 60 aeaes ia cnltirn tion, balance In timber, (lood frame 'dwelling with threo roonil, good cistern' and a well of never fulling wacr. .Five miles west of Cap-au Oris, in a good neighborhood. 700 bearing fruit trees of select fruit. Very fine chance to mako money by purchasing Ibis place. 200 Acres No. 8 Four miles north of Troy, 70 acres in a good state of cultivation2-story log dwelling' house 18 by 20 with 1, 16 by 6, 4 rooms.la all. srchnl of select fruit of all kinds, 1 mile west of St. L. 1c K. railroad, very fino spring of ' never' failing water near tbe, house, convenient to school and churches, In good neighborhood, and at, very, low figures. 4 l.nis In Troy. No. lo Mee piece orpropcrty In Troy a block of 4 lots, with comfortable dwelling, good garden, yard, Ac, on one. of tbo finost streets In town. Cheap for cash. 104 Acres No.'ll 2 miles cant of Chantilla, log dwelling with 2 roons, meat Iioiko and excellent cistern, plen'v of ktock water, 40 ncrcs in cultivation, at low figures anlo cay tcruw,. 2 Lois in Troy. No. 12 A goo 1 piece of property in tbo town of Troy 2 lots, dwelling house and meat house, enclosed with good fence, on a fino stroct, and commands a splendid view of the town. Cheap tor casn. 1100 Acres No. 31 Of land situitcd In Lincoln and I'ilto coun tlos on tho waters of Bryant's creek, 'a survey 1737, within 3 miles of n boat landing on the Mississippi river, and is divided into lots of about 200 acres each. All this land Is very val unblo, possessing a soil unsurpassed for produc tiveness, wiiu an nounuunco ot walcr tor nil purposes, pccullirly adapted to fruit growing and stock raising, with extensive improvements on each and every lot, and tho uncultivated por tion covered with the finest timber in northeast Misssourl. All in nn excellent neighborhood, of oasv access to churches and schools, and from which teams enn make throe trips to tho river in a day. For salo in lots to sult'pnrchasers nml on terms most liberal indeed.. Persons desiring homes which will pay and be a blessing to them selves and posterity, could' not do hotter limn buy one or all uf these splendid lota of land. 257 1-2 Acres Nr. 14 On the Mississippi Blnff, 7 mlle wert of Cup au Oris and 7 miles southeast, of New Uope, on the Bluff roa'd, 90 acres In cultivation, balanco In fiile timber. Fr.,mo dwelling with i TJotris, tol erably good out buildings', 4 or 5 rieverfailrng springs on the place, good cistern near door ot" dwelling, young orchard .of select fiult, near to Baptist and Christian churches and school home, 3 miles from Robinson's mill and store,' In ('very fine neighborhood, splendid wheat', corn and stoek farm, tbo very ptaoa to make you a good home and to get your money book on. 1'ileu ytiy- low and terms to suit purchasers; Bo In a hurry else you will bo left out la tbo cold. Loi In Troys No. 1.1 Lot No. 7i In Troy, a good rrnrerty of 4 lots, dwelling with 4 roims1,- nice yard, horse and oow lot, a youog orchard, of select- fruit," good garden, in a desirable part .of town, on a fino street and commands a-flod view of 'tho town. At low figures and terms to tuiiiho purchaser. Buy before tbe St L !c K.KB l completed, and thereby secure yourself a handrouo roflt. Troy I'roperiy. No, 1 "Hero is tho place o get ynur money back." Tho Pocnsalot property on Main, Cherry snd I Union streots, threo store rooms, one fronting on Alain ami inetry streets, the other two fronting on Slain street, all ono.sltiry Ininio buildings; nnd on tho same lot nnd Immediately buck of tho store room on the corner of Mulu and Cherrv is a one-story Irauio dn'olllng with 4 rooms. This property occujiios tho very best location In the town of Troy fnr any kind of mercantile busi ness, and will be sold nt very low figures .md on torms exceedingly generous. If you dcslio tbe best buine9 stand in Troy yuu will find it tn your Interest to be up and doing, else you will lose n bargain north having. 140 Acres. No. 17 LOOK HERE, VE STOCK MEN I 140 acres In a tine Hole of cultivation, 100 acres in grass, balanco ready for any kind of grain, all under good fencing in 3 fiilds, nn the Troy and Auburn road, a part of the Jonah Morris farm, 7 miles Train Tior and 3 it'lles south Irom Auburn. plenty of stock water, 2 building's f also the un divided one fifth part of 2U0 acre's of 'good tltu- Doren ,iana ono muo wrsi 1.1 mo no tare tract, which,, Is also a part of the Jonah Morris t.iriu. Thcso lands aro within a short iHitanca i.f tha St L A H It B. are very vuluabt and'ttri 'good condition to yield an hundred fold,. ,lUleef 1,000, too cnean io line aooui, torms noerai, . JST Parties wishing to sell or buy w)ll consult th'tlr own Interest by calling on us. t NcKEE tfHAJJircn. OP 1 y JOB PRINTING ' 4 EXECUTED With JVeatite88 " r ATTHK. HEBAfiP OFflCg. ADVERTISE YOUR U8tMESS IN Tn IIIIKA.. .'Ms IT WII.I, I'AY.