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LOCAL ANO OOUNTV. The Board of Appcali U in session this weak. Our young friond and nativo Trojan, Charlie Custer, is in town, end dropped in to bco us thie morning. Thoro was a case of email pox in Lou isiane Mo., which resulted in the death of tho victim, a little girl. Preaching at Christian Cmmai. Elder J. J. Errclt will preach at the Christian church in this placo next Sun day. For ohoico family groceries, go to J. Wilborn's, on Main street, Troy, Mo. All orders left with him will bo Gllcd end. delivered in good order. nil 3m Sheriffs' Fees. By tho revenue law just passed by tho Legislature, sheriffs can receive for collection of taxos presont foes until January 1st, 1873. That g7o. P. Howell & Co., 41 Park Row, are tho most extensivo advertising agonts in this city, is a fact too well .known to dispute. N. Y. Programme .The storm of last Saturday night did considerable damago in St. Louis, anil anjuired eight persons. Iu this county, on somo portions of tho prairie, nearly 11 the fencing was blown down. Col. T. 0. Hutt arrived homo from Jefferson City last Mouday, looking well and cheerful, tho result of a wiso, consistent course in tho legislature and a olear conscience. Wo are glad to have him among us again. A.t tho railroad meeting in this placo, last weok, several contracting parties were represented, aud it is probable the road will soon bo under contract. Tho board of directors think the prospect is brightening. "Wo hopo it is. Messrs. McKeo & Frazior have dis solved partnership. Sco notico in this paper; alio card of Mr. Frazicr and ad vertisement of lands for sale by him. Messrs. McKeo & BonGIs have formed a copartnership. Head tho new advertisement of that thorough busiucss man and clever dealer, Mr. J. P. Lynott. Ho keeps everything ho advertises, and a great deal moro. It will be to the interest of the farming community to call on him boforo pur chasing agricultural implements. llcnry Quiglcy, Eq., whnso fuiluro of health this spring has unGtted him for business, expects to loavo for l'uducah, Kentucky, with his mother, in a row days. Tho good wishes of tho commu nity attend him. Wo hopo a change of climato and scenery will provo beneficial to him. Town Delinquent Taxes. Wo are authorized by tho now Hoard of Trus tees to notify all pcrsotiB who have not paid their town taxes for 1871 to do so as soon as possible Mr. Knox has wisely ooncluded to pay his taxes, which will do away with tho suit that has for some timo been pending against him. Wo 4ro informed by tho Gravo Yard Committee that the fonco around the grave yard and tho painting is about comple ted, together with other improvements. That they may bo ablo to meet tho ex penses thus incurred, thoy earnestly desire that all who subscribed money for this purpose will como forward and pay up. Mr. II. M. Cornick, at tho store of Jackson & Hutt, will rcceivo tho money. Remember that tho fourth Saturday of this month is tho timo tho Democrats of the county aro requested to meet in township meetings for tho purposo of organizing for tho campaign. Each township is to elect a member of tho County Central Committee. Let every Democrat who can spare the time attend, if bo would guard against a "cut and dried" affair. A good central committee, free from personal prejudico or prefer ence, will bolter servo tho wishos of the peoplo than ono composed of tho oppo site element, and to securo such an ono the meetings should bo attended by those who pay tho taxes, and who want an hon est county administration. 0. B. Abbott furnishos the Dispatch with tho following roport of a protracted meeting of the Colord M. E. Church at this placo : I would respectfully report that our meeting in Troy has been a successful one. It continued two weeks and a half. Thero were oightcon sormons preached and thirty-four persons added to the ehurch. Wo had a very largo congrega tion at each service and have realized tho blessing of tho Lord for two wcokg. Louis Overton, proaohor in oharge, Henry Bragg and James Woolrolk, locM preaohers. Wo, the colored race, are frco forever, and we believe that tho in tereBts of both raoes will bo subserved by training tho colored peoplo to bceomo instructors of their own face in erdor that they may bocome good and usoful itizons of the community in which thej Old Uncto McPherson, of Macon, now ftWMore plic, tho blacksmith's uollos tw, m shows n iymptos of 4loaisK Uieeiion or Town Trustees. Tho annual election for a board of trustees of tho town of Troy, came off last Tuesday, at which ono hundred and twenty votes wcro polled, being tho larg est evor polled at such an election in this placo. All tho men running, (wo cannot say that any of them aspired to tho po sition, merely permitting their names to be used at tho request of their friends) woro gentlemen who have tho interest of tho town at heart. Tho result was as follows : J. P. Lynott received 120 totos; Wm. Colbert 120; J. S. Thorn- hill 82 ; E. Norton 80 ; T. W. Withrow 80 j J. B. Allun 40 j II. 0. Woolfolk 40, and J. M. Ellis 30, upon which vote the first fivo woro declared olocted. Somo timo during tho day the question of temperance and anti temperance was sprung, but in this regard the result proves uothing ; for beforo and after tho quostion was agitated strong tcmporanco men voted regardless of that issue ; per sonal prcferenco alono governed them, and wo believe tho board cleoted will givo satisfaction to oil interested. Their tion in regard to delinquent taxes will be looked forward to with interest, and at one and all of our citizens aro interested in tho building up of the town, wo hope thov will have no trouble about this matter. Wo took but littlo interest in tho elco tion, believing that all the men whose names were up would mako efficient trus tecs, and wero not about the pol b much. Wo learn, however, that everything passed off peaceably with one exception, and wo aro truly sorry that it should havo occurred. Wo refor to a difficulty between Mr. II. II. Norton and Mr. T. J. Webb, ono of tho judges of election, in which tho latter was struck and a severe gash cut on bis head and bis face bruiso 1. The old board, which was composed of Messrs. C. W. Parker, E. N. BonGIs, John McDonald, Wm. Frazicr and J. M. McLellan, rotiro with pleasure Thoy bavo performed their work well, as the improved condition of our streets show, and although their's has boen an cxpen siva administration, it was necessarily so, for thoy bad much to do, and what they did they did well. Of courso tbero aro always to bo found grumblers and men who oppose every move not origi nated by themselvos. A. few such may complain of tho old board, but, in the words of Hon. Humphrey Marshall, it won't amount to tho "toss of a copper," for the larger number will sec tho wisdom of their works. A Disgraceful Scene. Editor Herald: Tho town election yesterday, as you are awaro, resulted in the election of a very good board of trustees, all being business men of our town and property holders. I bclievo they will make an efficient board. But there is ono littlo incident I think that deserves tho condemnation of all peacea ble citizens, Somo doubt was expressed s to tho qualifications of ono of tho voters, and a remark in this connection by Mr. T. J. Webb, ono of tho judges of the election, incensed our young pugilis tio lawyer, Mr. Richard H. Norton, who without warning struck him, while seated at tho tablo, in the back of the head with a pair of trass knuckles, or somo other hard substance, judging from tho gash that was cut, and then afterwards in the face. Mr. Webb was sick at tho time, hardly able to attend to bis duties, hav ins been under medical troatmcnt for more than a week for fever. Such actions, Mr. Editor, cannot bo too highly con demned, for Mr. Webb was only doing what ho believed to be his duty as ono of the judges of election. The fact that Norton's father was ono of tho candidates, and tho voter in question cxpoctcd to vote for him, may have had something to do with the rash choler of the son. But then I don't think that it looks very re fined for a defender of the law to bo car rying such weapons as brass knucklos, if such was the weapon used. Thoy cer tainly will never enhance his chances to represent his county la I no general assembly of tho state. SHOO FLY II. $300 Reward for Ouyall. Warrenton, Mo., Maroh 31. Mr. T. D. Fisher, Editor llnald : Dear Sir: I have just received a let ter from Gov. Brown, in reply to a re quest from me to offer a reward for the arrest of Edward Guyatt, who murdered Mr. Wm, Carter in your oounly not long since, in which tho Governor offers reward of $300 for tho arrest of Uuyatt and his dolivery to your Sheriff. Yours truly, 0. E. PEERS, Cirouit Attorooy. I'OH CIII2AP (UtOCHIUES Call on J. Wilborn, Troy, No., wliu will for the next CO days tell nearly at cost, PUGAH, TEA, TOBACCO QtntEJT AKD OLASSWiUti: OF ALL KINDS. 0MU fitstund gel you Choice. nl1m3 A New Thing in Troy. J. V. I.YNOTT's HAIUnVAtlE STORE. . I Hatdwaro at hardware store prices. Uuv no moro hardware at dry goods stores, but go to J. I . Lynott s, whoro you can find anything in tho hardware lino 10 ncr cent. less than you have heen paying for tho como articles at dry goods stores. All kinds of tools, nailt, bolts, butts, lunco'. screws, files, axes, hatchets, shovols, spados, forks, wrenches, locks of all kind ; the final lot nf tabic cutlery over offered in Troy, at 10 per cent, Iob than can bo bought in tho stores. 1 luy moro hardware than nil tho stores in Troy put togothcr, and buy it at least 10 per cent, less, and give tho farmers the benefit of it. A fine lot of Molino and Industrial Plows on hand ; the Vnndi ver Corn Planter, decidedly tho best planter in uso, also ft fino lot of hand planters; Agricultural Implements at fac tory retail prices, wiudow sash and glass. Tho eelobrated "Superior Cook Stove," I sell and warrant. Also, something for the ladies: A nicn lot of fancy painted toilet sots, Japanned and pressed tinware, soissors, fluting, and all kinds of tho best quality pinking irons, smoothing irons, ladies pockot knivos, silver lea and table spoons, ko , &e. Don't fail to call and oxamine goods and prices boforo purchas ing. J. P. LYNOTT. nl3m3. A correspondent of the Warrensburg Democrat, speaks in tho following man ner of Col. Hutt: something to soy, is that of tho honorublo ' member from Lincoln county, Thos. G cT . ., Hutt. Among thoso whoso frosted hair' V J? ljU0K8,t and uniformly dignified deportment gives,., ,lomPSOD character to that body, no ono on the floor, or in tho less restricted associations . turner of legislative life, enjoys in a greater de- , .. greo tho confidence and respect of all, iv and especially his younger associates, i, prm,D.ao than tho member from Lincoln county. Col. Hutt is a nativo of the Old Do- minion, and is peculiarly a gentleman of j tho old school, pleasant in address, easy ...,M.t .f !...ir .I,.-' thirty-four years, and of the county ho now represents, during which time he has made himself fully acquanintcd with the ..r ii .....o (in.. : , llliuicain ui iuu uiuiu i.i jjLirauuid I lie has also been the clerk of tho circuit! court of his county for several years, and , : i .A i.i ' 13 (4 ujuii niiwiiu UtIUIV UUIH iu uv pJlUV.CU upon tho State ticket, next fall, for Secre tary of state. Buffalo Nursery has sold and is still selling thousands of trees. Every day flm nrncrnna nrn rnllinr w with tlin finn trees and nlanta Rnlentrd frnm thn linn. I . r .... . . tired and moro varieties or nno fruits propagated at tho above nursery, and yet tho display of fine trees standing aston ishes the passor by, especially when he tion, most excellent judgment, and a "aVf,ld j5nd fcarah scrupulous regard for honesty and tho av?.tu , . will of his constituents. Col. Hutt has ' T,'0'1.011 learns that ho can only sco about ono , , half of tho nursery from the road. E KaB,i (3co'1 Only fivo years ago tho past fall and Desselhart winter, Mr. A. M. Shults, tho proprietor, erected a tmall house and moved into it DVan ohdo on the first of January, since which time, H Spyers with limited moans, ho has swept away Mary McMahan 75 or 80 acres of heavy timber, and N Birkhcad covorod Borne 20 acres of it in nursery ' A Stack stock, and this will bo enlarged to SO J Uk acres tho present eeason. Now, friends, with such an extensive G Hughes stock in our midst, don't put off planting any longer, or buy from foreign nurse- J Thompson rics; but go without delay to Buffalo Nancy Wells Nursery, whoro you can see how tho art of J Uritton man can chango and beautify nature, and D Stewart, deo'd buy for yourself a quantity of tho choice W F Trail overgreens and select hardy fruits, which W Miller his experionco of many years and nn Wm Young unceasing energy has enabled him to W F I-'Iock select. Judith Wright If you havo not tho money to spare, K A Houston by giving security or satisfactory refer ence, you can get them on from three to J G Barnes twelve months' timo, and tho growth of C Roach the trees this year would bo worth twenty , L Skinner, dee'd times tho interest of the monoy expended for them. J Craig Sand or call on A. M. Shults, propri-i etor, or call on Josiah Creech, local E Hastings agent, Troy, Mo., for a catalogue and j A P Stewart prico list. apr4nl4 i G W Hardcsly IIUFIAVI.O MJUSUltY. ' r TvitDbCr Ono Hundred Thousand good Applo ' , Treos, 2, 3 and 4 years old, at rcducod J w clon Price, 15 cts. each, 81.00 per dozen, 811.50 por 100 ; 890 00 per l'.OOO ; 50 at tbo 100 rates, 500 at tbo 1,000 rates. I will sell Jennetings, ii and 4 years old, and lien-Davis, Morns, Red uell, Wincsap.Willowtwig.andHuses Crabs for cider, at 89.00 per hundred. A general variety of Nursery etook at customary prices. A.M. SHULTS, nlOtf. Troy, Mo. OUliMAN AND l'UUNCII CLASS. Prof. Hitler will open a class in Gcr man and French for tbo ensuing season, commencing April 10th, and ending Sep - tembcrlOth. Ladies and Uent cmcn de - siring to becomo pupils aro respectfully requested to onter their names beforo or on tho 1st of April, to mako arrangements for books. Ladies who cannot mako it convonicnt to attond class, can have privSto instruo - tion at mcir respootivo resiliences. For torms ond further information, en- quiro of Mr. W. II. Young ot Parker, Crows & Co.'s, or at tho Circuit Clerk's office of Prof, J. IIltiLEH. Knotty. A short time since a Mr. Knott V70S tried in on interior county of (ieorgia for a violation of law. The verdict of the jury was : "Wo find the defendant Knott cuilty." Tho Judce was at a loss whether la eontence Knott or not to Bontenco. He look timo to considct. This rominds tit of tho cele- i8u,d,uno,.soeSh 8i.f n d' U .' uk.f . . s ,i.. '.,,. Knott hot bhott J or Other words Shott was shot and Knott was not. No, wo are wrong : Knott shot not, aud Shott , , it- ,! ' , -k.i ,i Bitot Knot, jot Kitott 9a shot anii Shott ae ttot. I'robato Court Docket for April Term, I CoameBcliir April 8, 1872. If W ttr.au adin'r, J II liombs . wi u ii ex' ii ndtn'r J F lloso B C Camp W Hudson ., g. ' u fl Smith V Black M Shelton B Ilalcomb J M Birkticad M L k'alum Wm McMahan W T Slowart and W J Magrudcr W Ealum Wm McMahan C R Monis 11 D Lawrcnco 0 W Morris DStowart ex rs adm'r 2d day ex'r odm'r ii ii J W Sitton W Sitton G Blnckaby R Watts W Martinik J Martinik P Presley G Handcock P Hilton A Davidson A R Gibson C Wells J II Trail G F L Reods Wehde and Alexander Eliza B Steele D Anderson M L Torroy A J Worfield J Rhole N Wutts P Stcol A C Foley J II Martin J M I.uckott 11 llodgcrs T Stephens L B Turner J W Gillum A Hyler A Jamison T W Nnrvell E F Lovcll II MoMuhill 0 Finlcy A Magrtidcr T Mitchell A Jones G C Bowcn J Jenkins J B Allen ii ii J M llcods adm'r ii 3d day adm'r P II Tuckor D Wchdo R Stcelo E N Bonfils ex r adm'r E V Rico Anna W Worfield " J Buchroau M 11 Watts W D Jamison ex r adm'r i ii ii ii ii ii 4th DAY adm'r ii ii ii ii ii , " ;r ... V.r VLu , .. .. y w'cia ii ii ii ii " aimnson j 'i, oa iciton ,, T T ,, JTll DAY ML LovcII adm r G L McGrigor J S Gear T Ricks L Oglcvie A F Cake L Skinner J Pollard S Forbush E McNcaloy C D Dameron J Simpsou C A Kininn J Dixon ... T ... "s , Vi . . , j . . L L N Cottle etal adm r J M Mel.cllan R C Magruder B & G Pollard C W Martin Wm Young adm'r J W Welch ex r adm'r guard W M Simpson inr i " " J Argent, doc d J Barker L & J Barker C W & J W Prosley E East C Sccplo and 'II Stork W F Trail O Von Wehde R Spyers J McMahan II Heirs J C Butt A M T B k J J Beck J W & S M Wcalhcrford J M McCnrmick J & J & E Wells T L Wells M k E Moore J C & Trail S P Hill R B Thornhill Martha Black T J Wright J W & J L Houston J & J n Wheeler R A Roaoh " 8 JM& Martha Skinner 11 JTOL4DH waider " J B & A C Dcwpaw " J L Stewart " E Taylor " G W Williams " P Catcs " W A & M A Hawley 1 , ,ey .f, or " Ellen U Koss, moro " E B & O B Ross " A Ross " A II & J Howell " I Gilmoro et al " E L Sydnor W Miller W H Howell A L Gililland " ' ar.k" J B Allon 11 A J Fentom W T Trail W II J R & II Trail " PS Hudson 3 Halcomb R Hopkins W Colbert " II A Hopkins " J T II k tl lllanton C W Parkcf " Q & F James P M Colbort ) J Crurao "PA Colbert ot al " M Nichols " G M J J k N A E .J u uarnes Halley niF.n, At Millwood, on'Saturdoy, March 30tli, 1872, Mra. Cr.ARR MITDD. wife of Dr. II. P. Mudd ' igea flfty-nlno yoars. on iho 24th of March, 1872, of pneumonia, Rfter short, painful illness, Mrs. MARQARET d. OUSLEY, beloved wife of Ooorge W. Ousley ond daughter," of Henry ond Mary D. Wade, In the 47th year of her age. A faithful, loving wife and mother, esteemed and loved by who all knew her. She leaves a husband and five children to mourn her loss. Greatly will she be missed at the tick bed of her numerous frleodt. May her oul rest In peace. L, M. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TO?;scsE?,h,oBbo,,cor?ersh,p; , TOTICE Is horeby given to all persons ntor- 1 c,ted, that tho oopartnor.hlperctoforo ex- Istlng between tho undersigned is thts day iuu- u,"y dissolved, and William Frailer is au'hor- ized to collect all dobts due tho firm. a.v. MoKEE Vio), WoftpriiT.iiiiiJ KlfXlAM FAZIF.iV dncy wm. PBAKiKit, orneu at Law and Ileal Estatt Attorney Agent. TROT, flilStfOCJIM IT7ILL attend rromntly to all builness In- VV trusted 4o my caro In tlio Ninth Judb mv cato In tho nintn juuiciai Circuit. Pncclal ttcntlnn given to collection. ,um'''1 collected for clients will be promptly paid A la-ffo number of valuable farms for talo at low prices. Hfo advertisement of samo In this rarer. OftVo In niuo building oppnsllo tho court house, next door to Herald oDieo. nUv7 AOiimiNtrafnr'n Police. VTOTICi: Is hereby given that letters nf ad 11 ministration wcro grnnteil to the underlined on tho citato of Joi. llnll, deccnfcd, (colorcil) hy tho Clerk of tho I'robatc Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on tho 25th dny of March, 1872. , All persons having claims ncalnst said trials arc required to exhibit them to tho administrator ror nuonnnco wuniu ono year iron uio u.iic oi i said letters, or they may be precluded from any . ucncui ni satu csmie, iinu 11 nui caiiiuiiuii wiimn two years from the date f said letters tbey nlll bo forever barred. aprOnU WILLIAM YOUNO. Adm'r. AdiiiiniHlrnlor'M Notice. NOTICi: Is hereby (;lvcn that letters of ad ministration wcro crnntod to tho uixlerslirncd by tho Clerk of tho l'robate Court ot Lincoln county, Mo., on tho cstato of Ilcrnar 1 Vomund, deceased, with will annexod, on tho 28th day of March, 1872. All I cr ons having claims ncnlnst said estate arc required to exhibit them for allonnnco to the administrator within ono year from tho date of snld letters, or thoy may bo precluded from any benefit of said estate, ond if not exhibited within two years from tho dato of said loiters, they will bo forever barred. apr4n!4 IIULENA VOMUND, Adm'rx. For Good Bargains GO TO J, WILBORFS mr3E2-mw Cash Grocery Store , TROY, MO., WHEKE YOU WILL FIKD A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY GROCERIES, (iVUGIV AKD CJLASS IV A ICi: OF EVEHY DESCUIITION, fiSr Tho New Cash Storo will bo found on MAIN STUEET, in the building formerly occu pied bv M. T. Urilti.n. MY T1IKOHY IS: CAMI MD SMALL PROFITS, IS HETTKK T il AN NONE AT ALL. Como with tho Cash, and you will not havo to pay tho losses on bad debts, but will got your groceries Cheap. If you do not want to buy, CALL ON ME : it WILL NOT COST YOU ANYTHING ! It is no Troublo to Show You CSooil Groceries. SATISFACTION UUA11ANTEED. .iVll Kindts of l?iolxice Taken in Exchange for Groceries, nov2v6n43yI CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE FOR Males and Females, TROY, IVIlMSUOltl, THE SECOND TEKM OF THE SIXTH AN NUAL SESSION of Troy Christian Insti tute, will commencu on MONDAY, FEBRUARY) 12, 1872, ond cioso on Wednesday, June J6th, TEltMS FOIl TWENTY WUUKS. Doardlng $75.00 Collcglato Dopartiucns 20.00 Academic " 15.00 Primary " 7.50 ContinKont Foo 1.00 Herman, French, Music, Drawing and Booh keeping, extra. We havo increased our Faculty by the addl tion of ono or moro toucher;, and feel ablo, under present arrangements, to give Students all tho nuvantago they will bavo clscwnero Wo bavo room In tho Doardlng department for a Inrgo number of boarders, and it Students nro entrusted to our exclusive care, both in tho school and in the family, wo will bo responsible for their morsl culture whilo with us. lly en trusting children to us, parencs may icel assured that they will bo as carefully guarded as at their own homes, Wo want Active, Earnest )OUli Meu uild Ladles, who realise tho importance of life, and appreciate good advantages. Jiijr Ono half of all bills aro duo when tho Btuucnt enters I rcmainuer at closo oi icrm Wo In-Wt on the observance of tills re- nuircnient. Charges date from beginning of Term, except on special contract. No deduction save for pro tracted sickness. Addros J. R. GAFF, A. M., Pres ident Order of Publication. NOTICI is hereby given that tho undersigned, ' administrator of tho estate of David Ulcrv. deo'd, on tho 10th day of January, 1872, at tho county, Missouri, for 1S72, filed bis petition as1 such administrator for the salo of Iho real estate ui sam ueccasou, orsomucn tnercol as mlgtit lie uvvutsuijr m iujr luvuvuii uuu ujr sum uecuuseu, y thodcbti duo by suid deceased, r tho lists and Inventories rcnulrcd rmadoforhrofl.a.d r'cai accompanlea by u by law, and that i an order will bo cslato at tho April term of said I'robato Court for isiz, wnicu term win do begun and noiu at tho court houso in Troy, Missouri, on 'the second Monday in April, 1872, when and where all per sona Interested in said cstato will appear and show causo why said urder of salo should not be granted. UAIUUEL THOMPSON, Adm'r mch7nl0 of estate of David Ulery, deo'd. Order of I'ubllcaiiou. VJOTICE is hereby given that the undorslgned, 11 administrator uf tho estato of Ellas MoNea- loy, deo'd, on tho llth day of January, 1872. at tho JabUary term of the I'robato Court of Lincoln county, Missouri, tor 1872, filed his petition as such administrator for the salo cf the real estato of said deceased, or so much thereof as might bo necessary to piy tho debts duo by said deceased, accompanied by Iho lists and inventories! required bylaw, and unless the oontrary bo shown, nn order will bo made for tho salo of said real estato at tho April term of said l'robalo Court for 1872, which term will bo begun and held nt tho cuurt houso In Troy Missouri, on tho second Monday in April, 1872, when and whero all persons Into - etted In said estate will appear and show causo why said order of sale should not bo granted, WILLIAM VOUNll, Adm'r uch7nttl ot oatato of Ellas fteNoaloj;, dec. 1872 Spring Trade. 187S i 1 o ) YOUR INTEREST. cayjIj at a hi; ....,,. , .... p.IlKAP flAll QTHRIT OI' T 1 rtTTTfAUT fl TTrTrWm I W 'it XI t l 7 Mi l l J IX VJlY.KjVy.Ll JLJ. U X X . O U t SPRING STOCK WII.I, BOON II E READY FOR INSPECTION, AiD h i: will GIVE BARGAINS 1ST TUi: FOLLOWING LINE OF GOODS: Irish Poptinl Tablo Damasks Shirting Flannels Ortnlan Planner. Flno White Flanntls Plaid Check " Fino Cassimcros Velveteen Satinets; iTino silk Velvet Table Linens Linen Towels Heavy Jeans Honey Comb Quilts Ulack Alpacas Colored Alpacas Illcachcd Muslins Gentlemen's Hosiery Crashes, bro. blcach'd, Ladles Hosiery Cotton Diaper Children's Hosiery O loves Hamburg Edgings Handkerchiefs Corsets, low to flno, Balmoral Sklrt Ac., lit. Pillow Case Cotton Wldo Sheetings Shirting Checks Bed Tickings Merino Vesta and Drawers, HATS AIVr CAPS, ROOTS AND SIIOFS, Ladies' ami Misses' (nailers, GK O C E UIJESs TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, ltlcr, Spier, and Kvurylelug Nice, Oysters andSardines, OR ANYTHING YOU WANT, O- CALL AND SEE. JACKSON & HUTT. THOY, MO, March 7, 1872 novU'7lyl NEW OPENING! I have just opened out a NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK of Goods in the brick building of Mess. Woolfolk it- Creivs, adjoining Mr. Withrow's saddle and harness store, and will keep on hand Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, COMPLETE STOCK OF Queensware, &c. The Season being short I hmve determined TO IlEDUCR FORMER PRICES ON ALL GOODS. fifr As I roalited con3lJctatlo loss by InO , burning of my homo, store and stock, I earnestly1 call upon all persons who owo mo to settle, 1 peed tho money. JOS. HART. troy, Mo., Nor. 30, 1871. M AL.L.1 N C K R O DT'S NURSERY, fcT. CHARLES, 1VIO.. ! Nursery sttdated & milo South of tho City of .. ., !l - (!, T. MALL!N('KltODTi PrOJirlCt )fi A OKNEHAL ASSOKTMENT OF . IrUtt IrCCS, CrTflHO V tllCS, OnUlll I Fruits, EverUS, ItoM, Shade and Ornanirulal Trees and Shrubbcr), ic. 1nScnd for descriptive CSlitlogue, Free oil Applieatiun. Address O. T. MALLINCKl'.ODT, St, Cbarlesj Mtij feb22n8 Order of I'ubllcatlou. NOTICE is hereby given that the undorslgnbdj Exettltor of tho eitato of Anton Seimuliir. deceased, nn tho 12th day of January, lbT2, at tbo January term of the l'robalo Court of I.lneulu county, Missouri, for 1872, filed his petition us such executor for the salo of tho real estate of said deceased, or so much tticroof ns might tio necessary to pay tho debts duo by said deceased, accompanied by Iho lists and Inventories required by law, and that unless the contrary bo shown, an order will be uiado for tho sale of lull real cstato at tho April term uf said I'robato Court Tut 18)2, whiih term Will bo begun and held at tlld court house In Troy, Mlssuuri, on tbo second Monday in April, 1872, when and whero all per- sons interested in said estato will appearand shuw causa why suid order uf sale should not bo grantod, 1IEN11Y Ultt'MJlEUS.MEIEIt. Executor incluti 1 1) of estate of Asntun fi ppo er, d"