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LOCAL AND COUNTY. Action t coratuonoed this wctk tn tb Circuit Court by the St. Louis, Han nibal nod Ksokuk railroad company, asking fer (ho appointment of commis sioners to assess damages and benefits on all lands through which the road rum and tht right of nay has not been given. Taxes Yur 1872. Th law ol 1872 compels the Collector, after the first of December, to proceed at onco against all 'persons who have failed to pay their lazes. When he has given notice of levy and seizure of property, the cost and of pontes are added to the taxes. It would bo woll for thoso of our citizens 'who havo not paid their taxes to guard against this, and pay up before sucli levy 'is made. The Collector is liable to heavy penalties if ho does not perform 'his duty, so fer bis and your own sake, promptness is advisable. After having been anxiously looked 'for by the wotkmen on the railroad through this county for two weeks or more, tho paymaster last week put in an appearance, but we understand tho hands were not paid full wages. There is con siderate complaint in conscquoncc, among some of our busioess inou who have trusted the sub contractors, as well as the hands themselves. This looks to us like bad management on tho part of the company, and is not treating the hands right. As a general thing the hands need tho money as soon as it is due them, uud tho paymaster should be at the appointed places of payment promptly, and not have the workmen los ing their time by coming hero duv after day for u week or two, in expectation of his arrival, Monopolies generally suit their own convenience, we knew, which is very inconvenicut for their employes, but justice as well as iho good name of our road demands promptness on the part of tho paymaster ; or if he can't meet his appointments he sliouM at least have tho kindness to send word what day be will appear. Kansas City Orphan's Home. Mr. W. A. Wash, agent of the above institu tion, was in eur town last Monday, solici ting aid. A meeting was held at the Methodist Church, but as only a few hours notice was given, the attendance was quite small. A committee was ap pointed tn inaugurate a move for the jiurposo of raising funds for tho homo, consUlini; of the following named per e one : Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. J. C Moore, Mrs. Oti.-t Wheeler, Mrs. Fisher, Dr. J. A Mudd, Mr. Clias. Mar tin, Jr., and Mr. Will II. Young The committee, tire requested to meet at Mrs Wells' to morrow (Thursday) evening An entertainment of some sort will prob ably be agreed upon as the surest mode of accomplishing the cud aimed at. This institution was first organized for the purposo of oaring for the orphans of confederate- soldiers killed during the late struggle, because at tho timo there was no organized plan for assisting such ; but it is new established on a broader basis, and all orphans of the stale for whom application is maJo, are admitted. It is a worthy object, and we would like to see our citizens open their hearts and do all they can to allcviato tho sufferings of those homeless children who havo no ono 'to caro For then. Any money, provision or clothing sent to Mrs. M. A. Lykins, president of the Homo, Kansas City, Mo., will be thankfully received. Unclaimed Letters. Below la a list of letters remaining in tho post office at Troy, on the 1st of December, and if not called for in 30 days will be Bent to the dead letter effice at Washington, D. C. Agent American Button Hole Sewlns Machine. Baker. Edward Surges, Henry Bloke), Levi Bryan, V II Bookman, Mrs Martha Bartlow, W Ij Calow, Hester A 'Coleman, Lafayette Carter, ilary Cox, James A Doan & Parker Deonwiitor, Kob't Davit, W L 3 Duver, W D Elmore, A A Farmer, II t Farmer, L T Onlnn, Alice M Qibaon, Wm Bering, Mlktel lloleomb, Franols Huston, J M IUvmoad, Charley Harper, 0 W Hunn, Henry Hill, Mrs. Suils Hickenon, E A Hardin, Mary A Hodge, Frank M Jackson, Jaa A Jennings, John Kirch, Frank Klrki, M Y Kntpper, Joi T Lewollen, C K F Lemons, Mrs Elisabeth Lowery, Hugh Martlnscr, P Mallan, Joseph Martin, W II Moors, Miss Mattie Norman, II Owen, W H Pine, Nanoy Parker, Edward Tarker, Iiora Rose, Horace Ross, Itichadrd Shcnnol, John U Sanders, I. R Shelto.i, Joseph Sal'ee, J S Skinner, Mr Stamm, Win Scherraeyor, F Stewart, Ibomai Sbilka, John Twillman, II U Thorp, T A Upson, Beverly Veach, Susan Wilson, James M Williams, Cbosley Wright, Thomas Wilson, Wm Ward, Joseph Wilson, T L tollman, Wm Silver Wedding. "Pcltcei tcr ct amiillt... .,. lrrnptt tenet cupula." One of those delightful evsjnts took place last Saturday evening which recon cile one to growing old and being mar ried twenty-five years. The friends of Col. and Mrs. T. 0. Hutt, knowing the 1st of December to be tho twenty fifth anniversary of their marriogo, resolved to help them colobrate it. As the month cane in on Sunday, Saturday night was chosen as the evening for the entertain ment. Mrs, Hutt bad received an inti mation that a party of friends would visit her Saturday evening, but nothing further was said. About seven o'clock the guests began to arrivo, and soon the spacious parlors wero filled. The Troy band put in an early appearance. They intended to serenade the company before entering, but after a ride in the bleak November wind, they had no music in their souls, or fingers either, and only wanted to get near a comfortable fire as soon as pas eiblo. The company settled in groups, and talked, and waited as patiently as possible for the welcome knell of the supper bell. This is always tho dullest hour of social garnering; but cupper acts on them like poking wood into a lecomotive it starts tho thing agoing. The bell noon sounded, and we wended our way to the dining room, where a magnificent repast was ready. It had been arranged that tho presents were not to be displayed until after sup per ; so during the absence of the com piny from the parlor, a table was set therein, and the present,) displayed upon it. They consisted of an olegant lea set, with handsome salver, presented by Col C. W. Parker and wife, Dr. W. S. Hutt and wife, Col. E. Sydnor and wife Mr. T. W. Withrow nnd wilo, Mr. Geo. S. Hutt and wifo, Mr. John Sydnor and wife, Miss Lou. Hutt, aud .Miss Bertie Hutt ; a silver cake basket, from Mr. A S. Buchanan of St. Louis ; ii silver eakc basket from Mrs. K. N. Bonfils, Mrs. I) T. Waddy, Mrs. J. M. MoLellan and Mrs T. D. Fisher ; a silver coffee strainer frem Mrs. Anna 15. Ilickok of Florida Mo. Mr. T. D. fisher and Dr. McLcllan in the fullness of their hearts and the emptiness of their purses, each presented Col. Hutt with a silver five-cent pieco Mr. J. M. McLellun had one to present but forgot an 1 left it at homo. It is ready and waitiug for the next silver weddin The bride and groom of twenty-fivo years ago led the way rum the (litiin room, and wero conipletoly surprised on beholding tho silver-laden tablo when the door was opened. The encsts circled round, and Father Welch made the pre sentation speech in behalf of those who were too modest to speak for themselves. Col. Hutt responded in a very happy manner. 'Ibis was a Genuine surprise. Never again say that Indies cannot keep a secret Why, thcro wero a dozen ladies who knew it two weeks beforehand, and thoy never breathed it outside their circle The only fear was that some of their husbands would blunder into telling the great secret. All this time the big fiddle had been toasting itself in n corner by the stove, and being thawed out completely, wo were tavorcd with Komc dolmhttul music by our band. Mr. Wolfgram demon strated that musu, and sweet rauno at that, could be drawn out of that much eontemncd instrument, tho occordcon Tiny bells wero attaohed to it, which had beautiful effect, Uio lively music induced us to keep timo with it and be lively too; and as bather Welch bad been spirited away to his little bed, wo young folks took possession of the back parlor and had a splendid time dancinc Some of tho gentlemen engaged in a quiet game in tho front parlor, and all seemed to enjoy themselves. The heurs passed goldcnly, even if it was a silver wedding and almost before we wero aware the witching hour of midnight, when grave yards yawn," and sensible peoplo ought usually te be beyond the yawning point was near. The party thon broke up, wishing our host and hostess "many happy returns of the day," and hoping we would all live to celebrate our silver wedding. S. McK. F. A Good Offer Apple Tbef.s In stjred. I will set and insure 3 ond 4 year old applo trees for 820 per 100, fur nishing good tree for two yean to reset all that die. Price ot 2, 3 and 4 year old trees at the Nursery is per 100, 611.50; per dozen, 81 50. Leading varieties mentioned in adver tisement in another column, at greatly reduced prices. All other kinds of fruit trees and ur sor; stock at customary rates. A. M. SHULTS, Troy, Mo. The LicledeeiB furnish families desir- imr? bordr with thej most eowfortabhr uit rf roomfi o b had in Troy Hoard reasonable, and- ottoiitUu LfDiI Us Tour liars. Friends, we havo striven along almost through another year without a jwtithe demand for you to pay us what you aro owing on notes and accounts previous to tho 1st of January, 1872. We now mako this urgent call and demand, hop ing that you will fully appreciate our wants and -come forward without further notico, and mako us glad to give you more accommodation. PARKER, CREWS & CO. C. W. PARKER, For Hutt & Parker and Parker & Co. October 1st, 1872. The Laclede Hotel, one of tho best holeU in the state, outside nf St. Louis, possesses ample accommodations for hundreds of guests. It has been en larged, and fitted up with comfortable and well arranged suits of rooms for families, consting ef sleeping apartments and reception rooms. It is an excellent place to stop. M. T. Bntton sells groceries as cheap as any store in Trey, and always keeps the best quality. Th Inchest market price paid for bacon eggs and country produce of all kinds. Call and examine his stock, and convince yourselves of the superiority of his goods. At Ellcnvillc, Pa , a large and hand some hotel has liven Luilt auaiust tin base of an ovcrhatiginp- rock, which serves for one wall aud part of tho roof, Th a kitchen is arranged at a point whure ico cold water gushes from the rock, and at n little distance off there ts a natural supply of ice which lasts through th whole summer season. M.ititii:i, November 21, 1S72, at the residence of Elder Jos, Wells, tho bride's father, by Rev. J. U .Yatlncws, Dr. J. P. COFFEE and Miss MIT TIB WELLS, nil of Ninovc.li. On the 1st Inst., at tho resMenco of her sister, Mrs. Hammond, in Millwood township, by ltcv. J. IJ Ilolnett, Mr. W. S. COOPER, of Troy, and Mrs. MARY S. REDDISH. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Final Sell lenient. TOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned 1' executor ol tl.e cMate of Sarah Parker, dee'd, will miko a final settlement of his administra tion of stiiil estnto nt tho next term of tho Pro bato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to bo lectin nnd held in Troy un the second Moud.iv In Janu ary, 1873. dec4 C. W. l'AHli'EH, LVr. Final Settlement. j0TICEis hereby given that tho undersigned ndtuinlstratrix ol the estate ol Alexander J. Wartield, deceased, w ill raukcnlinat tettleinent her a Iminlitratlou ot said istato nt tlie next term of the Prohato Court of I.ineuln county. Mo., to be begun ami held at the court house in Troy on tho second Monday in January, 1873. dec3n!0 ANNA ,M. V AlU'l LLl), Adin'x. Final Settlement. ATOTICEIs hereby gien thnt the undersigned I administrator of tho estate of Joseph tj. (icnr, deceased, will mako a final settlement of his administration of said estate at the next term of Iho Probata Court ol Lincoln county, .Mo , to be begun nnd held at tho court houso in Troy on tho sccomI Monday in Jaunary, 1873. no27u43 Fill-. DERI UK Vi INU. Adm'r. Final Settlement. jVOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned i ' administrators of tho estate of Mary A. Rob ertson, deceased, will make a final settlement of ttiler udmlnisttatlon ct said estate at tho next term of tho Prohato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to bo hegun and held iu iruy on tho Eccond Monday in January, 1673. nov27n48 LUCK v LONO, Adm rs. Ad minis! rat i)i''s IVottee. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin istration wero g-anted to tho undcrsiirncd on tho co-partuersbip cstato of Thompson .t llro. on tho 30th day of November, 1872, by tho Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln county. Mo All pcrsous having claims against said cstnto aro required to exhibit them to tho administrator ior allowance witiun ono year Irom tho date ol said letters, or they may be precluded f om any benefit nf said cstato ; ami If not exhibited within twojears from Iho dato of Eoid letters, thoy will bo forever bnricd. dec4n48p MAUTIN O. THOMPSON, Adm'r. fjXeciitor'M iX'otice. NOTICE is hereby given thnt letters tes tamentary wero granted to tho Undersigned by tho Clerk of tho Frobnto Court ot Lln'oln county, Mo., on tho estate of William S. Els berry, deceased, on tho 27th day ol Nov., 1S72. All per nns having claims against said estate arc required to exhibit them for nliowanco to the Exeeutcr within ono year from tho dato oi said letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit uf said estate, and if not exhibited within two years frem tho data of said letters, they will be forever barred. nOIIERT P. ELSDEIIRYf ... dec! 11 EN J. F. ELSDKllIlY, J "' AiliiuiiiNtratoi'' Notice. JVOTICE is hereby given that letters ol ad 1 i ministration were grantod to tho undersigned on the estato of Charles L. Hopkins, dee'd, by tho Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mo on tho 27th day of November, 1672. All persons having claims against said cstato aro required to exhibit them to tho administrator for a! ownnco within ono year fron Iho dato of said letters, or they may bo precluded from any benent nt raid estate, and II not exnioueu wnnin two years from tho date f said letters they will be forever barred. dec4d!9 (1EO. W. HARDEST)., Adm'r. AilmiiiiNtrator'N Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin istration wero granted to the undersigned on tho estalo of Frank Niemann, dee'd, by tho Clerk of the Probato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on the 18th day of November, 1872. All nersons having claims against said estato are rcquiredjto exhibit them to tho administrator for allowance within ono year from the dato of said letters, or thoy may be precluded from uny benent ol said csinie; nnu ii not tui" within two years from the dato of said letters they will be forever barred. nov20n47 FRANK DlEDRICKS. Adm'r. Almiiiiti'ntoi,N Notice. NOTICE Is hereby given that loiters of ad ministration were granted to tho under signed on the estate of Oabrlel Thompson, deo d, tho co-partnership ests'.o offl. Thotnuson and C.. '.l Ik. o.lrtn nf Kjwln II. Tliouii son, de- oins'ed. bv tho Clerk of tho Probato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on tho 7th day of Noveui' I... UT. Persons having claims agalnit,.iaid estates are required to exhibit them to the admlnls rators within one year from tho date of said letters, or they uinV bo precluded from any bonefit i l laid ..i.i... ..j ir not exhlbl'ol within two years from the Uato of said letters, they will bo forever barred. w. l. J aji laun, i vW 8,!f,?;Bf. t Order of Publication. NOTICE Is hereby given that tho undersigned, administrator of the estato of John Ti.omas, decerned, on the 19lli day of Cctoocr, at tho October term ot tno rrouaie inuri o: Lincoln county, Mo., fur 1672, moil his petition ns sucli ailininlstrutor Tor tno sno 01 uio real csinte ol said deceased, or so much thereof as might bo necessary lo pay tho ucirti uue uy salt uecemeu, accompanlod ly tho lists and Itivcntoilos ro quired by law, nnd that unless tho contrary Le shown an orucr mil no ran no ior uio s.no 01 raid real estate nt the January terra of snld l'robato Court for 187.1, which terra will bo begun and hold nt tho court houso in Troy, Mo,, on tho second Monday In January, 187.1, when and w'uero nil persons Interested In said estalo will appear arid show cmso whr said order of salo should not bo granted. novX7n4S damkij iJifcKS, Adm'r. Order of Publication. jVOTICn l hereby Riven that the undersigned, LN aduili.lstrntnr of tho estalo of (Ircen J. Iloicll, decensod, on tho 10th day of October, at tho Oclobor term of tho I'robalo Court of Lincoln county, Mo., lor 1872, filed Ills petition as such administrator for tho salo of the real citato of said deceased, or so much thereof as may bo nceofsnry to pay tho debts duo by said deceased, accompanied by tho lists nnd inventories re quired by law, and that unless tho contrary lo mown an order will hoinado tor tno sale ol said real cstato at tho January term of said Probate Court for 1S73, which term will l.o beun and held at tho court houso in Troy, Mo., on the second Monday in January, 1B7:1, when ami nhero all persons interested in said estate u ill appear and show can so why said order if -uio should not bo granted. nov27nl3 I.1JMOX B HOWELL, Adm'r. AlininiiralorN Sale. VTOTICK is hereby givon that tho undersigned ll ndintnistrntor of thecstato of Tatbott Bragg. Sr., deceased, will in oWlieinii to the ordnr of, tho Probata Court of Lincoln county, Missouri, tnado at tho Oetubor term of said court for the year 1672, sell on Wedhct-day, January 15, 1878, nt public vendue, at tho couit house door in the town of Troy, in said county, between tho hours of ten o'clock, a. tn., nnd fivo o'clock p. in. of said dey, and during tho session of the Fn bare Court of sa:d county, nt tho January term thcro of for 187.1, tho rc.il estrto belonging to said do cencd, sltuato in said county ,.f Lincoln, Mo,, and described as follow, or so much thereof as willbosufll lent to pay tho debt of said dicc.iscd: Iho northwest quarter ol southeast quarter of section 28, township 19, rango 1 west, containing 4U acres j tho southwest quarter nf the northeast quarter of soction 28, township 411, range 1 wost, Containing 40 a res- tho southwest quarter of southeast quarter of section 28, township 13 rango I west, containing 10 notes ; the west half of southeast quarter nf section 33, township ID, rango I west, containing 80 acro ; tho cut half of southwest quarter of soction 3,1, township 40, ratiso I west, containing 70 acres t iho eat half of northwest quarter of section 33, towuship 40, ! rang" 1 west, con'nlning 80 acres; the south . cast fractional quarter of section 0, tounhip I 40, range 1 west, containing 40 47 acres ; tho northeast fractional quarU'r ol' section 35, town ship 10, rango 1 west, containing 20 51 acres; in survey Xo. 152, township 19, rango 1 wost, containing 17.50 acres. All of th? above do scribed real estate is sold clear of widow's d -wir, ond is he i by offered tor sale privately until tho raid 1Mb day of January, 1673. TK11MS Ono half cash. Tho bilanco in six months, tho purchaser to givo bonds for deferred payment, with good and approved security, with 10 percent, interest from date. S. H. WOOLPOI.K, Adm'r of dec! tho estalo of Tatbott lirogg, Sr., dec. Atlniiiiisirnlor's Salo of Ileal Estate iVTOTICE is hctcby given that the undersigned IN administrator ot tho cstato of Henry Mc Mnliill, deceased, will in obedience to tho renewed rrdcrof tho Probato Court of Lincoln county, Missorri, inudo at Iho October term of said Court for Iho year 1S72, sell on Wednesday, January 15lii, 1S73, at public vendue, at the court house door In tho town of Troy in said euunty, between tho hours of ten o'clock a. m., nnd fivo o'clock p in. of said day, nnd during tho sissiou of Iho Probate Court of 'said county, at tho January term thereof for K-7.1, tho real estato belonging to said de ceased, situated iu said euunty of Lincoln, Mo., and described as follows, to w it, or so much there of as will be sufficient to pay tho dibn of said iliccased ; IHIucresih survey No. 1813, begin ning nt a Mono northwest corner of a tract of land sold by Richard T. Ola lney to Samuel Week', from which a linn 10 inches in dliiuiettr hears south 7 a degiees cast 32 links, thence north (t'i4 degrees east 20 chains IC links to a stono northeast corner said Week's tra-jt, trom which a pm oak C inches In diameter be irs south 3 degs. west 23 links, and do. 6 inches in diameter bears south 75 degrees wot 28 Lull", thence north 21 degr's west C3 chains uud 80 links to a stono, southeast corner of a tract of land deeded by I'.ichurd T. (Ihnlney to (1. L. Ilnllcy's heirs, theneo south 6(lJi deg's west 20 chains nnd it! links Ui n stone southwest c mer of tho abovo named tract, thenco south 2l)40 east 63 chains and 60 links to beginning, with tho exeption of 100 acres deeded by said Henry McMahlll and wifo tn Henry Ellis off said tract December 25, lSuloy deed recorded In book Vpago 27i27fi of records of said county. Also the following i Uu. ginning nt stunu in the Prnlrio northwest corner survey 1813, thenco north (18 degrees east with too ongina nortnucsi uounuary line cnuins and It) links to a forked pin oak 15 inches in diameter, fiom which a pin oak 8 inches in diatn ctcr bears south 12 degiees east 30 links, thence oulli 22 degrees east 20 chains 58 links to n stono, thenco south d8 degrees nest 20 chains 10 links to a stone, thenco north 22 degrees west 20 chains nr.d 5S links to placo of beginning, con t.iing fill acres, moro orlo-s. Alson tract of land bci-lnnlntr at tho southeast corner of n lot o land allotted lo A. A. Chouteau under the widow, by commissioner in partition of survey ?o. 1813 auioiiL' the heirs of Chouteau, thenco north 22 degrcesw. 15 cuns to a stono corner irom wuicii a black oak 12 inches in diameter bears north 35 degrees west 50 links, also a black oak 14 Inches bcors north 45 degiees west 33 links, thenco south b8 degrees wot 2(1 chains nnd C7 links to a stono corner Irom which a wtiito oaK a mcnos in diameter bears north 71 degrees cast 15 links, also auhito oak 20 Inches bears north 50 degrees west 21 links, thenco south 22 degrees east 15 chains to a plloof stono for corner. Irom which a hickory V inches bears north 30 degrees west 12 links, ihcnco north 08 degrees cast 20 chains and 87 links to tho beginning, containing 40 acres, more or less, all of said land being in township 51 raneo 1 oust audi west; also the northwest I'll qr lying north of survey 1813 and south of survey 3131, of section No. 21, towuship 31, raniro 1 wost. containing 3 25 100 acres, en tercd by Albert O Mitchell ; all of said land sold clear ol widow's dower, and also cloar of mort cairc deed on same in favor of James W. Welch, said Welch to be paid tho amount of his debt out of sales of said land. TERMS Ont half cash; balance in 9 months, purchaser to give bond for deferred payment bearing 10 per cent Interest from date, with good security. No deed to bo uadu until purchase money be fully paid. THOMAS A. II ALLEY, Adm'r novl.1 of estate of Henry McMahlll, dee'd For Good Turnouts GO TO TIIU B1UCK ON MAIN STREET, TROY, MO. Buggies and Horses to hire. Horses boarded by tho day or week. I also run a dally mall and passenger lino to and from tho St. L. K. & N, railroad. Tho hack will Icavo Troy at 7 o'clock in tho morning, mak inir connection with both the Eastern and West em bound trains. My hacks and teams are kept in good order, and careiui urivers manage mom n30tf JACOU HARTMAN. Kilt A V .NOTICi:. TAKEN UPnsa stray by John S. Read. In Union township. Lincoln county, Mo., ono red and whlto molted cow, fnurjeats old past. marked with crop, split and under cut in lett ear nnd spilt and two undercuts in rignt enr, branded on lett bin with letters C, M small bell on, and appraised at 20 by 'I nomas II. McDonald and James YV, lieaa. juacr. ami ccr.iiieui to tins r'o day of Nov., 187. Joun R. Raksuki.l, I. V, tovWajS- i'siiaWi li PRIVATCJCHOQL NFOH'IS Iho cllli'UJ cf Ttoy and vlclnlt Ibnt (tin will op n her school on Monday, December 3, 1872, In tho houso 'on Main street, tw i doors south of tno i.aclcdo llotoi, troinorii occupied uy ur. Hutt. MI'S Stuart botes, by untou.lttlng nt- tentlun to her miMis, to merit n snare or nalron- ago ; and past success In'brlnglng the education of tb so Intrusted t her cara to u happy and sue-;, ssful Issue, ennbtos her to proralso n rapid ImproNcmont f r the future! TT.ItMs lIMt SI'.SSION tW tVIVE MONTH. Sentor Classes $20.00 Junior Classes 15.00 P linary Classe 10.00 Tho Ornamental Ilranches will bo charged as customary, per session. Incidental charg(luol Ac.) 1,00 Payments made Ono-ha f at tho cotnmenco uictit.'and tho remainder at the end of tno ses sion uf fivo months. ltlSFERENCES. Judge Sam'l Watson nnd lady, St. Chsrles. Judge Buckncr and 1 idy, " Dr. Sam'l Overall and lady. " " J. V,'. Itodmon and lod), " Col. T. W.Cunningham, " fcjqiilreWhecler and lady, Troy, Mo. .V.ivembcr 27, 1872. n48lt Aliiiiiiifttrntoi'4 ftoti.ee yOTICK Is hereby given Ihit letters of admin l ' istratian wero granted to the undesigned on tho estate of Villiam T. lllack, deceased, liy tho Clerk of tho l'robuto Court of Lincoln county, Mo, on tho 21 day of Nov'r, 1872. All persons having claims ngafnst slid estate are required to exhibit them to the administrator for nliowanco within ono yenr from tho date of said letters, or they may bo pricluded from any benefit of said estate, nnd if not exhibited within two years from tho dato of said letters they will bo torever barred. nv(l MAUTIN V. MOSLEY. Adm'r. THE DRUG AND MEDICINE BUSINESS. . A NEW FIRM. 107$ WOOLFOLK & Co. (Successors to iTI. S. Ballinger.) HAVING Purchased the Interest ol' M. S. Ballinger In the Drug and Medicine ltusiuess, we would call the attention of the trade to OUH COMPLETE! STOCK OK iirnuGS .ijyn mii decides, . PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS, SOAPS J-JSTID PERFUMERIES, WINDOW f-liASS, BOOKS .1B ST.lTIOJ9BUY9 I A l I A C V i: VMM I S, It; A Its, TOBACCO Ot'drr? iYoni Physicians Promptly t illed on the most Itcnsonablc Terms. Our SlGck will le found full and well assorted at all times, and customers may rely upon ahvays getting good and fresh goods, at the very lowest prices. Troy, Mo.. Fib's 1S72. WOOLFOLK & CO. Eft SAM'i T, EAST. DEALER IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES, SCHOOL BOOKS AXD STATIONERY, PICTURB?S & PICTURR FRAME i :phoi!og;haih axBhii, Mcrfumeru and Fancy Irticlcs, SOAPS, BRUSHES AND COMBS, PIPES, CIGABS -A.3ST3D TOBACCO, RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES, IMPORTED AND NATIVE WINES, FOli MEDICAL USE. And Everything Uusually kept in a First Class Drug Troy, Mo., May IB, 187$. T JOHN P. HARDWARE, STOVES Tin, Copper AND Sheet-Iron Wares, 1 FINE LOT OF MOW AGRICULTURAL At t'ACTOBt i vl yS Mix EEsaa 11 .saiiMsaW. I 'I 4 IB WSB Win-xjow svvsii sAssnD glass, ind Everything that may &3 classed under the name of hardware, Ja4l Sl'OltE HAtiV TRErT, THO V, ftO, ,. .iswirr" HlTiiaVisiiT i MEAT MARKET?, Having loughl ottt Capt. CoosX I am prepared to furnish BEEF, rOliK, LA Ii 2), SAUSAGE, TU11KEYS, CHICKENS, &c, y, t,t i:i ,7 . T wt"- if"1"" wcissb ti! one week, I can afford to sell Chean. Give me a call, ovvosite tc Fost-c-IRce, and see for your- selves. WM. NETHEHLA NO. Troy, Mo , Not. 20, 1872. A.aCsKj rasv Off JOB PRINTING EXECUTED If nth jyeatnesA AT THE HERALD OiPPICE. Notice. NOTICE la hereby given that my wife, Cla rissa Harold, has left my bed and board, and ovcr.vl'O'l l liollfird not to llust her mi iujt cc count alter this date, as I will pay no debts of her contracting, LEONARD HAROLD, Augusta, St. Charles CO., Mo , Hot. 23, 1872. Htibscrlhe for tho 1IEHAXD. Only a year. I Store LYNOTT, All Kinds or irrrfrm H i .BUB.. II II III M I I I S Tools, AND INDUSTRIAL FLOWS, . IMPLEMENTS retail rnicus- SSZM J. "Oil.