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LOCAL AND COUNTY. Tho Methodist of Nineveh, in this county, liaro purchased a lot in that town, nd nro preparing Tor tho erection of houao of worship. Dentistuy. Dr. J. 0. Uuudrich will he iu Troy on Monday the l7th of the prciont month', and will remain one week. Iw. Dr. V. W. Birkhcnd nil) also bo here on tho 17th to remain one week. What I do you think I will administer gai and. pull your teeth fur nothing and tgifo you something to drink ? W.MT. B1HKUEAD, (Proprietor of St. Louis Dental llooms, 40G Locust street. Printing in colors, bronze, or plain lck neatly executed at this office. Note 'and letter heads, bill heads, monthly statements, tho neatest of business cards, blanks, checks, labels, envelopes, etc., printed and delivered promptly. Send in yonr orders. Kn:oma. Tho attention of our read era is directed to tho following little "enigma." It contains n Rood deal of sound sense : I V Y 0 U 0 W E P 0 It Y 0 U 11 1' A P E 11 P A y u p Tho Cold Water, Pleasant Grove and Perseverance good templar lodges of this county havo instructed their delegates to the Grand Convention of I. 0. G. T., which will meet at Fulton on the lGth iosl., to cast their votes and use their in fluenco for Mr. II. D. Ellis for grund worthy secretary. Mr. Ellis has been laboring for tho cause of this institution with good effect for some time, and would doubtless Gil the position admirably. Our good friend und patron, Mr. A. S. Buchanan of St. Louis, is visiting his friends at this place, and wears his accus tomed gcoiul countenanco and a pleasant tmile for all. Mr. Buchanan says he feels an attachment for our littlo town that he entertains for no other place on earth, having married here, and alt his children having been born here. Our citizens, too, hold him in high esteem, and are always happy to wclouio his arrival in our midst. The annuul oleolion for Uircotorn of the St. Louis, Hannibal ar.d Keokuk rail road will take place on tho 4th proximo, at Hannibal. It will alto be seen by notico in this paper that the stockholders of tho St Louis and Keokuk railroad company will mcot at tho same placo and time to take into consideration the con eolidation with, or sale or Icaso to tho St. Louis, Hannibal and Keokuk rnad, of its franchibcs, etc. Tho Pike county short line stockholders will meet there for the same purpose. Thrown from a Hoksk and Killed Lafayette Hall, son of .Mr. Nathan Hall, living five or six miles northeast from Troy, was thrown from a horse on tho 2d inst , nnd died from the injuries received on Tuesday night, the 4th. lie was riding a colt, and after he was thrown again mounted, apparently not' much hurt. After ho arrived homo ho felt no pain, and went to a neighbor's, not re turning until evening, when he com ulained of a rain in his side. In the night he was taken with sevcro pains in the left side, and Monday and Tuesday his niind, was wandering. It is supposed he received internal injuries whon thrown He was about 20 years old. "West Cuivrb Biudoe. We have another interesting communication this vreolc concerning tho bridge over the west fork of Cuivre on or noar tho Troy, Millwood and Louisvillo road. Besides the communications and a few private letters, not intended for publication 'which favor our editorial of a few weeks ainco on this subject we havo also seen tad oonversod with gentlemen of infflu nce and standing in that section, all of whom press the necessity of a bridge We have yet to hour of tho first one who does not favor it, or who will ssy that it is not of great importance. Wo know that our taxes aro burdensomo, but the oour.lv lying botween the forks of Cuivre it rich in agricultural resources, and ranks with any section of the county embracing the eamo proportion of torn torv in tlia nmount of its taxoe i the people living tboro need and demand a bridge, and bearing, as they do, largely the burdon of eounty expense', juatieo demands some return on the part of tho County Court. ' A few thousand dollars of tho county revenue could not bo more judiciously expended. To Teachers. Notice is hereby given that I will, in accordance with tho sohool law, hold public examination of teachers at the court houso in Troy on the first Saturday of every month. All applications for certificates must bo made on these days. Teachers will please bear this in mind. JOHN WILSON, Supt. Pub. Sohools, Liuo oln county Another Plea for the Bridge. Nineveh, Feb. 1, 1873. Mr. Editor : was glad to boo your article in the Herald of the 221 ult., on tho subject of buildincr n hrl.li.n nixie WcstCuivro, a su'.jeot that re in this part of the county feol greatly interested in. I am awaro that thero has been some complaint mado giinit our County Court by somo of our citizens on tho sub ject of bridge building in the county. Whether the Court was justly censuicd or not, I do not pretend to say, but all who have given the subject a moment's thought must admit that there is a bridge sadly needed over West Cuivre, some whero near tho crossing of tho road from ... 1. in . .. iMiiiwoou to xroy. At certain seasons it is almost impossible for these living between the forks of these streams to get to Troy, no matter how urgent their bus incus may bo, and often we have to incur great rirk of lifo aod property to reach our county scat to attend to important business. Our mails also aro often de layed for weeks, delaying important lot tcrs and all newspaper intelligence often causing us great loss and much confusTon. Our portion of tho eounty is rapidly increasing in wealth and population and corresponding amount of business at our county scat, vet often for weeks wo aro cut off by an impassablo stream. Now, Mr. Editor, in view of these facts and many others that wight bo stated we think iu juatieo something ought to ho done to rolicve us. Heretofore wo havo not asked the County Court to mako an appropriation for our especial benefit even now, in view of tho enormous taxa tion we aro groaning under, we feel a del icacy in asking an appropriation for bridgo building, but wo ogrco with you "fia money expended for a needful ohject is not extravagance.'' We ask the County Court to give this matter their attention build us a bridge and thereby facilitate travel on ono of our main thoroughfares through our county and relievo the cit izens of Wavcrly, Millwood and Nineveh which, in my mind, would only be a sim plo act of juitico to this part of our eounty. J. (J. h Teachers Institute Program Tho Teachers Institute of Linooln countv, Mo., will meet in tho court houso at Troy on Thursday, May loiJ. 1 no executive committee ap pointed at tho last regular uersion of pvid Instituto, met in Troy on Saturday, Feb ruary oth, Wi6, tor tho purpose asset forth for said committee. J. M. Elli was elected secretary. Tho following is the program agreed upon for the Insti tute at its next session: FIRST DAY. I. Address of Welcome Rev. 0. S Thompson. U. lo bo responded to by J. H Tuttlo. III. Enrolling of Teachers. IV. Singing by Mrs. Allen and Miss S. A. Crump. Afternoon I. Orthography J. E Welch. II. Dicussion Should tho Biblo bo excluded from our public schools? lit. hisay Miss busio orsliam. IV. Address Win. Moore. SECOND PAY. I. Beading T. C. Elmore. II. Writing John Wilson. III. Discussion How shall uniform ity of Text Books be secured ? J V, J-isay jliss Agnes Marsh. V. Singing. Afternoon Writton Arithmetic nor- ace llose. II. Geography T. T. Ilntherlin, III. Essay Miss S. A. Crump. IV. Address T. C. Hlmoro. V. Lecture Rev. Miller. THIRD DAY. I. Grammar Wm. S. Pennington. II. Discussion Will it bo advanta geous to tho common school interest to abolish taxation for school purposes? III. Essay Miss iu Uillum. IV. Mental Arithmetic Oscar Avery. JOHN WILSON, Cnm'u J. M. Ellis, Seo'y. The "Whitewater Wagon. Tho farmers of Lincoln county would do well to examine this wagon before buying elsewhere They are kept on hand by the agent, 0. D. Loving, atT. W. With row's, Troy, Mo. In substantial work raanship and beauty of style and finish, tbev sro Bunericr to any wagon made. The most experienced workmen are em ployed and the system of inspection is so rigid that each piece of material used is absolutely freo from defect. The iron is ufthe finest quality, and the wood tho most superior that the country affords They nro warranted to be onc-Gfth lighter draft than anv other wason made, hach wagon is warranted perfect, and should any Dart prove defective tt will be ra placed without charge, it is poor policy in rv a cheaa wacoo. Xho Whitewater la ttiA ftfieanctt in tho tone run. u5wl Moscow Mill. This will it o iu with' nlcntv of water, tnd can and will do as good work as any mill in the coucty, and cheaper, rlm8 LEACH & WING. Music Tbo undersigned commenced . k,...ln nl.ii nn the Vinliti on fllO tut L. TUUSIW " inst. Terms Three lesson, a rreet ono dollar. C5wl MAX. MARTINIQUE Pid You Know It 1 Know what ? That John P. Lynott is solo agent for Lincoln county for tho Champion Reaper and Mower, tho only complete Reaper and Mower in tho world ; also tho Black Hawk Cultivator, riding or walking, wood or iron beam, tho best cultivator mado, sold and war ranted. Cornplanlcrs, one and two horse Sulky Hay Rakes, Revolving Hay Hakes, all kinds of Plows. Cidor and Wind Mills; the Newton Farm Wagon, best and cheapest in the tnaiket. All kinds of Hardware and Stoves at bottom prices. Store on Main street, Troy, Mo. tiGw3 Take Notick. All poisons knowing thomselvcs to be indebted to nic, cithtr by nolo or book account, aro hereby noti fied to come forward and settle the same If not settled by Fobuary 1st, they will he put in the hands of a collector for collection. I must have tho money. n2w2. J. P. LYNOTT. Drs. Hutt tV Bourland havo moved their offico to tho room formerly oocupicd by Dr. Waddy, whero they may always be found during office hours, unless pro fcssionally engaged ; and as Doctors need money as well us other people, they ur gently request all who aro indebted to them to call and settle up old accounts M. T. Bruton sells groceries as cheap as any store in Xroy, anu always Keeps the best quality. The highest market rnco paid lor bacon rggs and country produco of all kinds. Cull and examine his stock, and convince yourselves of the superiority of his goods. SI. Louis Markets. February 8, 1873. The general course of tho market on Change during tbo past week has been to greater cane, and prices of nearly ull grades and kinds of grain, with tho ex ception ol" barley havo ruled iu favor of belters. Tim causes arc attributed to the closeness of tho money market, increased receipts, and ttio scarcity ol transporta tion facilities. The movement in flour lias considerably fallen oil as compared with tbo amount of business dono during tho week previous. Prices of tho higher grades have been well maintained, but the lower grades were generally weak and easier. Yesterday there was a smaller business than uny day during tho week, and tho market was slow and rcemitigly weak on all grades except Mrictly choice. The sales were about 220U barrels tit ?0 00 for spring, and at S9 G5 for medium to choice winter extras. wheat. Prices aro lower all around, and sinco the middle of last week has ruled dull and weak. Elevator inspections arc gen erally held Grin at prices above tho views ot buyers, lesteruay tbo market was dull and drooping, and easier on all grades except strictly choice. Sales of spring were at 51 -0 lor regular No li ; at SI 33 for No. 3 soft, and Nos. 2 and 1 soft on East track ut 81 40. Whiter, by inspection in elevator, sold at $1 c.i for No. 3. Sales by sample, all delivered, wero at irregular prices ami ranged all the way from 1 Oo to 2 Oj. I lie market closed tame. Tho total receipts for the week wero GO.iOl bushels, and the totul tinco January 1, 214,833. COItN AND OATS. Tho receipts wero 32,400 bushels, and the market ou this side of the river ruled dull and lower for all grades. Ou Kist traok mixed nnd yellow wero Grm, and white mixed unchanged. Sales wero at 20i) for rejected, and mixed and yellow Ti.l'Jo. In at. Louis elevator and waruhouo No. 2 mixed and yellow fold ut3232o; No. 2 white mixed at 4'Ju ; and No. 1 St. Charles at 45c. Total receipts for tho week wero 137,1102 bushels, and 440,984 bushels since Janu Ary 1. Increased receipts and the difficulty ol (hippies has caused a weaker market during tho week, nnd prices havo mate rially declined for both bulk und sacked arain, Lut closed yesterday quiet and comparatively steady at tho dcclino. No. 2 in St. Louis elevator Fold at 30u No. 2 while ut 33c, nud in wurehuuso white mixed as 31c. 'JVtal receipts for tho week 102,081 bu J total sinco Janu ary 1, 259,803 bu. ItYK AND BARLEY. Hy o was quiet and rather dull, with sales of No. 2 at 7374o in elevator and warehouse. Barley was unchanged. LIVE STODK." Cattle Tho receipts for 24 hours ondiug noon Saturday were ICG head ; hhipmcnte 5SI head ; total receipts sinco January 1st, 29,318 head; fur same time last year 19,060 ; shipments Mtico Janu. ary 1st. 12,050 head; receipts for tho week 3545 head. A fair business was transacted at tho yards yesterday. Hold ers are Grm In their demand, and for good and choice grades demand full pri ces, and light receipts have things pretty much their own way. Taken altogether tho past week's transactions wero light, with brisk sales and a better prospect foY an advanco in prices the coming wcok. Nearly all the receipts now aro good natives and winter Texans, which aro ull absorbed, and thero is an existing dc tnand for more. Sales wero mado as follows : 18 bead av 1270 at 85 20 ; 47 head an 1254 at S4 75; 20 head av 1071 at $4 15; 14 bcuduv 10G2 at $4; 2 fad av 932 ot 83 70; 39 head v 1059 at 83 50, aud 17 head av 1140 nt 83 45 Hoas Tho receipts for 24 hourt end ing noon Saturday were 2091 head and no shipments; total receipts sinco Janu ary 1st, 175,505 head ; for same timo last year 125,803 head ; shipments sinco January 1st, 'A071 head; receipts for tho week, H0.87Z head. Only a few sales made yesterday, but enough to show that prices have advanced fioni 10 to 20o per 100 lbs gross; tho receipts wero small, aud with do shipments tbo activity of tho market still continues under a good inaulrv bv packers and butchers. Tho following comprised the bulk of sales: 140 heads av 202 at 84 40 : 47 head av 200 at $4 30 ; 200 hoad av 243 at 84 35; 300 head nv 218 at 8-1 UU; 00 head av 230 at 81 20 nun). On the 10th of January, 1P73, at Falmouth, 1 Mo., of pneumonia, in licr 45lh year, Mn. MAHY ANN WATTS, wlfo of Caueyra Walts. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Co-Fnrtiucrahin DiMNofiitioii. NOTICE Is hereby given that tho co partner ship hcrctoforo existing between Jacob Hartnian and Ucoriio P. Mcllobcrts l dissolved. Tho undersigned n III scttlo Iho liabilities of the linn ntiil no others, jauoii IIAIll.MA.N. Troy, Mo., February R, 1873. Final Settlement. NOTICCIa hereby gltcn that the undersigned administrator of Iho cstute of Henry .Me Mahlll, deceased, will make n final settlement of Ills administration of said estate nt tbo next term of the Probnto Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to bo begun nnd held at tho court houso in Troy on tho second Monday In April. 1873. feb!2 THOU. A. 1IALLEY, Adtu'r. SI. Louis, Hannibal & Kroktik R. R, THE ANNUAL MEETINfl of tho Stockhold ers of the St. Louis, Hannibal and Keokuk Railroad Company for the election of DlrceUrs to servo for tho cnulng ye.ir, will bo held a t the Planter.' llouro, Hannibal, on Tuesday, March 4th, 1873, between the hours of 12 and .1 o'clock. WM. 11UCIIANAN, fcb!2 Seo'y St. L., II. & K.U.K. Xoiicc, !OTICE Is hereby clvcn that a meetinsr of tho li Stockholders of the St. Louis and Keokuk Itailrond Company will bo held nt the Planters' House, in the city ot Hannibal, on tliofUUKIll DAY Ol' MAltCII, 1873, ut ono o'clock In tho nltcrnoon, lo lake Into consideration the consol ulatlun with, or sale, or lento to the bt. Louis, Hannibal ami Keokuk Knllroau Company of the road nnd franchises of this Company, und tuko action tlicrcon j nnd nlso to ratify and confirm tlio action nf tho Officers, Directors aud Execu tive ConnnitUo in tbo premises. uatea in run y iui, im.i. isisnciii tii:o. oiiEi::;!:, Pret. liUCHANAN, Seo'y. kbl2 now is tib!; -a nsi, TO BUY TREES AT NURSERY. Ilrother Farmers, don't forget that our Eastern neighbors aro lecdiug apples to stock with good results, while wo havo onlv a scanty supply. Also, that Kastcru farmers havo their barrels of eider nnd nn abundnneo of tho best of ntiplo uncgnr, and hero either is a rarity wan tbo ma lority of families. And yet wo most nil cultivate raoro land than is piofitnblc, and havo often nn nbuudniico of waste and worn out lands that could bo undo profitable if set in tii.es, besides improving tho condition of the land. Ilclug overstocked with winter fruits, cspo- c ally ol ilnnnctnig nnd isow lorK Jicd I'lppln or Hen D ivis. I wi.l sell this spring by tho lluu sand nt $75.00 j by tho 500 nt $45.00. l'rieo by dozen and 100 samo ns heretofore by tho dozen by tho 100 If 11.50. M ill sell llugUea' elder crab, por 5" if4.eu! per 100 S7.no ; por 1000 sou- rear. Cherry and num trees ou cts eacn ; doztn $0.00 Concord grape, first class, 1 year vines 10 conts cacti: per dozen 91.00 i per 100 j dollars; per 1000 35 dollars. Hearing vines each 25 cts, per dozon 2.ou; penou, lb dollars. All other stuck about tho samo as last spring. pif For further particulars call at tho Nur scry, 3 miles southeast of Troy, on tbo Telo graph road, or address tho proprietor, IVI- SUTTXsTS, oc23 ni Troy, Iflo JEHU SYLVESTER, WHOLESALE AXD UETAIL DEALEll IN Watches. Diamonds FRENCH .CLOCKS, Watch Materials and Tools, Watches and Jewelry Repaired. NO. 210 NORTH FOURTH STREET Hlctwccn Ollvonml Pjdo Streets) ST. XjOXJIS, 3VEO. May 9, 187 Sclmelle & Querl, LUMBER MERCHANTS Con Main and Dcstrcliau Sis., . ST. LOUIS, MO ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. July 21,1871 Ty. For Good Turnouts GO TU THK MUCK JLM VJEH ! S TmlBIsE ON MAIN STItKBf, 1'ROY, MO Duggies and Horses to hire. Horses boarded by Iho day or week. I also run a dully mail and passenger lino to and from tbo St. L. K. A N. ruilroud, The hack will leave Troy at 7 o'clock in tho morning, mak ing eont.ection with both thu Easter und West ern bounJ trains. My backs and teams are kept In good order, oud careful diivors manage Ihein. u3l)lf JACOU 1IAUTMAN. Order of Fllblicntioil. Joseph M Heady nmlJano S. Heady Salt on Perry II. Smith and Chester 8. Bates J Contract. NOW hero co mo tho plaintiffs in tho above en titled caute by attorney and fllo their peti tion and all) lavlt in vacation of Court, stating among other things that (aid dofendanta are non residents ol tut Biaio, anu asa mai iney no no- tilled of Iho commencement of (tits sflt hy order nf mhiii-atinn. It la therefore ordered b- the Clcik aforciatd In vacation that publication be n "outying tnera Vsnm ucunuanis, ,nni an IIUIIUU HUB Ul'l'Ii iuwuiuv. m'iiui-i, iiiviu w tition in tho Circuit Court of Lincol county, Missouri, founded upon a contract, tho object and general naturo of which is to obtain judg ment for tho sum of 0,0111. HO, with interest nnd costs of suit, and to enforce, vender's Hen upon the following described real estate, sltuato in the eounty of Lincoln and state of Mls-ouri, to witt Tho southwest quarter of section No. 7, tn'fnihln 49 range I west, and the southeast quarter of section No. 12 township 48 range 2 wcst,anu mo normvAsi quarieroi section ao, 13 townshlti 48 range 2 west, nnd tho northeast quarter of tho northwest quarter of section 12 I tuwnsliip 49 range 6 wesi, coniaininir in mi i 6(7 67-100 acres, and unless you, said defend-1 nnts, bo and appear nt tbo next term or salii Court, which will bo begun and held at tho court houso in tlio Iho first Monday after town of Troy on t tho fourth Monday In March next, 1873, nnd answer or plead to saUl petition, tho pauio will taken as confessed and , judgment rendered accordingly. And it is fur- ' titer ordered that a copy Ucroor bo puuitsncu in Iho Lincoln County Herald, a newspaper printed nnd published in tho State, for four weeks suc cessively as by low require! ami continued. Alttcst I w II. tOUJr.UT, vicra. late of Missouri, Couuly of Lincoln, I . I, William Colbert, Clerk of tho Circuit Court of said county, certify that tho above and fore going is a correct cony of Iho record of said order in said cause, as tho same remainsof record in my ralil otneo. Witness my hand tSKAL; as Ctctk and tho seal of said Court, at office in Troy, Mo., this tbo 18th day of January, 1873. Win. COLI1EHT, Clk. Jan2!Tn4 Uy J. lili.t.Kii, Deputy. LACLEDE HOTEL, TROY, MO. TJIORXIIILL & BUSWELL, Proiir's, THIS is a first-class hotol, furnished in good stylo and its tablo supplied with the best the market affords. Strangers stopping in Troy will find herunll tho comforts of homo. Tlio HAU Is stocked wl'h strictly prlmo Li quors, sucli ns llrandies, liiskics, tnos, Ale, din, etc.; also the finest brands of Cigars, npr25nl i STIIAY MITICi:. TAKEN Ul'by (Icorgo-V Whitcsldcs of Union township, 1 red roan steer, 1 year old, crop in rig t year, branded C on lelt kip, nnd np praised at 1 whito itcer, red ears, .1 years old, crop and undcrbit in Ictt car, crop iu right, appraised at 20 dols,; 1 black roan heifer, I year old, crop In rilit car, 10 dols.; 1 steer, red sides whito back, 12 dols. ; 1 red bcircr, 2 years old, slit in left e.ir, undcrbit in right, 10 d.ils., by W. Wbitc.idcs aud 11. Turks beloro .M, V 1.. Vor- dlor.J. P nip TAKEN UP by Henry J. Eckcrt of Union township, a sorrel horso ab,ut 14 years old, 15 bands hlsh, left hip down, four whito legs, blaze in forehead, oppraisod at SO dols. by A. II. Williams and LulUer Wilson icioro n. u. u. Vcrdicr, J. V. nlM TAKEN UPbyF. A. Larue of Monroo town ship, a bay fillcy, 2 years old lint spring, both hind tcct white, small whito spot on outside of both foro tcct. Appraised nt 55 dols. by John Archer and ltlchard Ray beforo A. V. llrown, Justice of tho Peace. n2p TAKEN UP by Thomas II. Slavens f f Bedford township, a brown maro 15JJ hands high, snlull star in Inrcncau, i years oiu, anu nppruocu ui GO dols. by John M. Slnvcns and Thomas M. Uibson beloro j. it. Witt, J. 1'. nz.u TAKEN UP by Divid Stoolo of Hurricano township, n light buy more 3 years old next spring, small whito spot In forcbend, about IVA hands high nnd npptniscd at 40 dols. by John L. Howaid nnd Jotin C. nclls oetoro iiaviu Alien, Justice of tbe Peace. n2M TAKEN UP by Win, Lnwson of Nineveh lp., a dark iron maro about 5 years old, somo snddlo and harness marks, I5J4 h inds high, nnoshoo on Ictt fore foot, nud nrprnlsid nt V dols.; also a whito in nro 10 or. 12 ) mrs old, has harness marks, shod ull round, 15 hands high, and appraised at 25 dols. by II. C. Itcrdi and Isaac uihill before Robert Quarton, J. 1., Jan. o, i.i. am TAKEN UP by J.C. Elmoro of Nineveh town ship, n deep red steer .t yenrs old last spring, marked split iu right ear and hole in left, brand ed J on left horn, nppraistd at 20 dot. Also a black ni.d white steer .'1 years old last spring, uinikcd crop off left ear, branded T on left burn, appraised nt 20 dols ly W. W. Shaw und C, C. r.,,ln l.r 1! A Ittllllnml. J. 1 ni TAKEN UP by Alexander Miller of Monroo township a black colt two years old, with right bind fout white, npprnisod nt 25 dols., by Jerry Itobsoo and Jus, Uakcr. before ui. Jewell, Jus tice of the Peace. nllJl TAKEN UP by V. A. Phuck of Hurricano township a whito cow 7 years old, red ears, marked swallow lork in left car and underslope in rlirlit. annul 'cd at 111 dols. by Jno. F. Drown and t-u ni l .V Mooro before Job u C. Donning, Justice ol tie Pence. U3.U TAKEN UP bv E. I.. N. Cnttlo of Monro. township in Lincoln county, Mo., on tho 2:!d of January, Jtii.t, n uarK sorrci marc, .iearsniu last spring, small niuto spot on lett siuo 01 inu forcbend, and upprnlsed nt l'5 dols. by Thotnus Illanks and lienrgu Jackson beloro A. Y. llrown, Justice of tl.o Peiieo. nCC Christian Institute, 3Iis S.X. Stucrt WOULD inform her pntrons nnd tho public ruuoro her e'ebool from H14 ) that .ho will houso on Mnin street 1 1 tho Ch Istian Insti tut.-, nlu re sho Will re-open her acoool on Wednesday, January 1st, 1873. Miss Stuart hopes to merit a shnro of patron ugo hy her unremitting endeavors ti linprovo tboso ehildrcn whu aru intrusted tu Iter care, ti:i;ms unit shksiox nv viva MONTH. Senior Classes $20.00 Junior Classos 15.00 I' Inmry Classes 10.00 Iho Ornamental llrnncbes will bo charged ns customaiY in schools, colleges, Ac Incidental chariru ( luut e.) 1.00 Payments made Ono-ha'f at the commenco- mcnt.'ond tlio tcmnludcr at tho ciid of tbo lea- slon of five months. HUl'ErtESCE3. ludgo Snm'l Watson and lady, St. Charles. Judgo lluckner nnd bidy, " " Dr. Sam'l Overall nnd lody, " " J. W. ltcdmon and lady, " " Col. T. W. Cunningham, tire Wheeler und lady, Troy1, Mo. ovember 27, 1872. u4St AdmmiMtrator'N Notice. VOUCH Is hereby given that letters of ad l ministration were graetcd to tho underslgncit nt tho estate of llebceea J. Dumpby, doo'd,by tbo Clerk of tho Probutc Court of Lincoln couuly. Mo,, on tho 1.1th day of January, 87H. All persons having claims against said eslnto aro required to exhibit them to the administrator for allowance within ono year fro ji tbo dulo of said letters, or they may bo precluded from any 1 A. - f ..1.1 1 1 .. nvL.l.ttn.l I O. ! n UVHVU. .I .Hill OII.IU. .IIU UltlV.I IUIIVU n, ...... . : . i... i i i-.. i in iwo years iruiu uisuinti hwkhhiiui mn, be foreve. baHed. jn22nS JONATHAN DODFON, Adm'r. Rcsfguftlfou of i:xecuorsliii NOTICE Is hereby given all'iarlles jos. corned that the undersigned, Executor of the will of John A. SI'.ton, iteo'd, will apply at tbe Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mn,, at tbo next regular term thereof, to wit, at tbo Aorlt term 1873, fur permlslon to resign bis letters testamentary, granted t him on the tstat. of laid ilcieuid. u3 U. U. WILSON, Kx'r. msmsi'mMvmm HOUSEWIVES ! TROY BAKERY. rpiHS BAKERY WILL SUPPLY YOU WITH X , in-lit. If' ill ill Oil Ttrrnil. , MCniinilll lirCtMl, Cheaper than you can make t, ami savi you the Vexation of often teeing all your least anil Dough turn out Unity. Tbo spring and summer season wilt toon ba here, nnd in, order to tunko it profitable tu my customers by furnNhlng the in bread cheaper than they havo heretofore been able to get . , I will sell tickets, each of which will be good for n ten cent loaMif bread, at tt.o rato of tit for $1, thus giving $1.30 worth of bread for a dollar. MY BTOCK OP CONFECTIONERIES IS LARUE AND VARIED. AND I .KEEP TI1K FINER QUAMTir.3 AS WELL A3 STICK CANDIES. Also, Figs, lim'sins, tOc, and all kinds oj Cuhesl'mund, Sponge, Lemon, jea, ocoien ami uinmr. All kinds of Cakes and Pastries made tn order. All orders should be given al least two days in advance. SIEGEL & BOBB Wholesale and Retail Dealers GAS AND" COAL-OIL FIXTURES, I'lPE AXD FITTINGS PLUMBERS' ""MATERIALS. Plumbing', Unn and Steam Filling done in all fhcii' Branches, EMlimntcs and DF.SH.WS lurninlicd lor Gas and CoaP Oil B'ixlurcg to light m utsir.s, jve:i.m;s, HOTELS and STOKES. (s'as Machines put up to light public 'Buildings, nnd warranted to give entire Natisf nction. A Large stock of Fancy Articles, Excellent Holiday PrcMCdts, at Cost. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. L.OUIS, MO. aaoa $ wm Order ot Publication. David T. Waddy, Vl'ff, ) vs. Pult on Contract. Chester S. Bates, Deft. J NOW at this day comes tho plalntiffin tbenbnvn entitled cause, und tiles tils petition and nti davit, In vacation of Court, stating among other things that raid defendant, Chester S. Rate, I) X non-resident nf tbl. Stiitp. mil n.V. Ilmr 1,., t,. I tinllR..,! h. nr.ll.. i. t.,,l.lt..nlt.ln T, I. hi.... Ft... ordered by tlio Clerk aforesaid in vacation that publication be made notifying him (said defend ant) that an action has been commenced against him by petition in tt o Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri, founded upon a contrnot Tit tho sum of Five thousand five hundred und tllty dollars with interest and cost, aud tu enfofen tender's lien on tho following described real i tnte, to wit; Lot No. 1 in the southwest quar ter of section Xo. 31 township 49 rnngo 1 west, of tbe 5th P. M., containing 60 acres; alio lot No. 2 in the samo section, township and range, containing 80 nereis: also lot No. $ in samo rcetion, township nud range, containing fill 12-100 acres ; nlso Iho cast naif ot soullieait iiuartcr of ' ecllon No. I, township 49 range 2 west of th6 M., containing HO acres; also tho norlh- west quarter nf tho northwest quarter of seetiou II of township 48 range 1 west, oontaltilng- 50 13.100 acres, nnd 30 03-100acrcs In the north east quarter of tho northwest quarter of lection fix in township 4tt range 1 west of the 5th P. M. ana thu northeast quirter of the northeast quar ter of seotlonNo. I township 48 range 2 wettcf tho 5tb P. M., containing 40 70-100 acres, mora or less, all being in the county of Lincoln afoib said, anJ thit union you, said defendant, be and appear at the next term of said Court, to bo br gun and held at the court houso In tho town of Troy In sale? county on tbo II rat Monday afttr the fourth Monday in Mnrch not, 1873, und ou or beforo the Ihlri day thereof, If tho term thull so long continue, aud if not, thou beforo Iho end of the tcitn, nnd answer or plead to said tietitlon, tbo samo wlllbo taken a, confessed and judgment rxindcrcd againtt jou, and said proporly bo sold 1 1 satisfy samo; und it is further ordored that it copy hereof bo published in Iho Linooln County neiaiu, a puotto newspaper printed in in. Piute, , , - . I. 1.1 II for four netka successively as bv law reaulre I - , Wu iV.nvnr I'l.rlt """... . . W. LoUttar, CUU. Stato of Missouri, 1 Countv of Llneoln. I I, William dolbert, Circuit Clerk within ami Ar said county, do certify that tbe toregulnt order of i vblleatlun Is a full, true anJ correct copy as tho same appears of record in book 11 ptigo 460 of the original therein jSEAbi iceordcd. At witucss my hand us Cletk and tbo seal nf knbt Court ut oQoo In Troy tlu 20th day of January, 1873. WM.COLUEHT. Clerk. jjr.Wul Uy J.lliiUtt, Dei utf.