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THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 24, 1873.
P. !. CAM. J, M. M'MtLAX
Cake & MoLellan,
Reil Estate Agents,
Office In Court Home,
Troy, Lincoln County, Ho.,
Hiiy and Sell Land, Giro Abstracts oi
Tltlos, Pints of Lands, Write
Deeds, Mortgages, &c, Pay
Tuxei lor Kou llesldcnts.
THE ST. LOUIS HATTER.
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
No. 2 Coal Inml : 40 acres under
laid with a Tcln of cojI twelve foot thick,
within fifty feet of the ground ; eight lutlii
wesi irom i roy. itich eu.uuu.
No. 4 Snllno county land : on 1m
Itrovrd farm of 400 acre, 110 acre under
leucc, 120 acre tlmhcr. Hewed log house
of live roonn one und u half stories hlith ; a
tenant house clirlitecn by ciichtccn feet; a
lit Injr and a cistern well ut the house, seven
siirlmr on tho farm and a stream of litis
water tit one end of It. An orchard of ont
hundred and soventcen fruit true now in
hearing, seven miles from llrownsvlllc, an a
railroad. Will he sold cheap on Ioiir time,
or exchanged for property In this comity or
In lit Louis.
No. 6 IIohro and 4 lota in Trov :
house of four room and two porches, a well,
Hiiok house, stable, fruit aud shade trees
one snunro from town snrinx. rrico 1,080
No. 8 A farm within one inilo ot
the court hounc In Troy, Kit acres at fiU.TO;
tvtn.Uoiy frame house with L, smnko house,
hlckcn house, stable, erib. tobacco barn.
MllliiL'ood repair, n well, audono hundred
mid twentv-iivo fruit trees.
No. 10 tiiuhtv acres 2 miles from
'I'rny, thirty acres timber, one and a half
ttory limine with an 1,, smoke house, cblckea
House. uranury, vrui. siaoie uu new uuiiu
lugswiill aim stock pond, sixty fruit trees,
new rails on farm, l'rlco $24(X.
No. 12 Klirhty acres in a Gcnna
iii'l'liliorliood two tulles west of Chain of
Kecks. House, stable, tobacco baru. well
mid orchard. A new school house near.
No. 13 Two hundred acres 4 milos
Irom 'lYoy, two-story home with .cellar,
smoke house, ttahle and crib, two tobacco
barn, one hundred and illty fruit trees and
wen. .cw scuoui uouso conveniently near,
No. 14 Ono hundred and forty
acre. 5 miles from Troy : twostury house,
smnko house, stuble, tobacco barn, orchard
ami two line springs, sugar camp anu mueiy
ncres of hcaw timber, l'rlco Sibil).
No. 16 Eleven hundred und fifty
ucrcs spiemitu una on mo norm line or tuis
coiintv. The tit. L. li. fc K. ltr. rtnis thro'
(he trail. There are six dwelling; houses on
the tract cueli witn ncecisnry outDUluiingi
The entire tract or the number uf acres th
sired bv turcli:ier will be hold vcrvchuan.
No. 19 Kljrlity acres lour and it half
miles from Troy, I) story House, smoke
liue, two stables, two corn crib with wajp
m shed between; tour food springs on
place ; inure than 100 fruit trees iu bearing
Mill within one mile, l'rlco 81200.
No. 17 Ono hundred niidlorty-lonr
ncris toriiw nvo inucs irom no). ry
line trii'.i lanu.
No. 18 Five hundred and twenty.
the aud it half acres-one tract composed of
four rarms, lour iwcuing noiue, Darns,
rtnblcs, granaries und til necessary outbuild-Ini-M-
hIv liiinib'pd fruit tr ex. The model
farm of the caMcm part of this county. It
w 111 be sold In parcels or as ono tract, I'rlee
MUM ucr acres.
No. !W Oiiu hundred and sixty
seven acres two and a half miles from Au.
burn house of six rooms. Kmokc-houae
erib. stable, one hundred fruit treat ia
hearing, Hue spring -0 yards Irom house,
No. 21 Two hundred ncros less
Hum ono mile from the court liouio lu Troy.
New bouse with the large rooms, large new
ham, smoke liouie, lien noue, over one
liti'idrcd fruit trees In hearing; ono hundred
und sixty acres fenced into Held of conve
nient size, l'rlcco f'K per acre. Terms one
hundrud dollars cam, iiaiaiico on loliir time,
No. aa Two hundred und forty
acres three ami a halt' miles from Trov, all
fenced, und well set In grais; ono hundred
utid forty acres of it is woodland pasture,
1-rlce 3f2... ....... ...
No. 27 lino iiiinurou nnci forty
hrht acres, witiun ono nan mile of Troy
brick house; eight rooms, a tenant house
sixteen by twenty Icot, large fraino bam,
crib with wagon shed, stable, granary, ioe
liouc, hrn house, smoke house, good cellar,
two wells andrt branch lor stock water. large
orchard In bearing i puDito roud upon tw
kUf. Price iHsTOO.
No. 27 Two hundred nnd thirteen
acres two miles from Troy ; I OA acres aith
ww fcnctuif, large house with porchci,
muokc house, ice uouo, nam, sianie, iwi
t-rllis. new crauary. 17ft fruit trees bcarlmr
everything about the farm in good order.
No. 28 Eisht hundred and ninety
ike acres two miles from Trov. The luruest
und hert farm house In Lincoln county the
basement of dressed stone and the sillier-
structure of brick. Tho rooim are eleven
und ten and ahalf feet hluh In the clear. An
observatory on ton of the bouse command'
ii view for miles lu all directions. The lion
is nerfectly tliilshml from ton to bottom
There lira fourfc'ood tenant houseaon the
tract, larse turn table, hay press, mill, irrut-
hi v. Tract Is well watered, over lour buu
ilrml fruit trees Inbeariiu. lame number
small frulfi L'rantH. uullicc. gooseberries
uurrants, Ac Hlo acres under fence. The
ti-net Is offered ut nercat burirain,
No 28 :10 ucres iriimnioveil timber land
41 miles Hoiith of Troy, within onn mile of
the now Lutheran church, l'rieu 84.VI.
No 211107 ucrcs, !1 miles South of Moscow
Mill, urn acres renceu ami in cultivation;
two story dwelllmr lioueof 4 rooms, and
tenant house of 2 rooms: two tobacco barns
stables, cribs &., somo fruit trees, l'rlco
No. ilOSOO acres, one mile South of Chan
tilla. 70 ucrcs of It in cultivation ; dwelling
AT THE OLD STAND OF
house with L containing rooms und pore
R stono clilmnovs. snrlni und snrlni: li
within iO) yards of ihvelliin;; smoko house,
NORTON & BROTHER,
lvo roooivod tholr Socond
chase of Fall and Winter
KNOX, NORTON k ACKERMAN.
Real Estate Agents,
Aud Investigators of Lnn-l Titles.
(Offlco In Hank Hulldl:i,)
Troy .... SititMMourl.
A Complete Abstract
Osill the Real latat Raoords of
tlnooln oounty, Mo., embraolng
Original Cntrlea, Warranty
Deada,: Daeds Trust, Mort
gage!, Bonds, Doorees, Wills,
Judgment, Liens, Tax Sales, Ac.
Showiny Condition of Title to ull
AND ALL THE ItEAI.TV INTUKESTS OF
TO UK UIVEN IN TitOV
ON JANUARY 30, 1874.
FORTUNE FOR SOMEBODY
ONE GRAND GIFT OP
LINCOLN COUNTY LAND.
ONE BRAND 8IFT0FB0 ACRES
lion house, crlhs, stahln, '1 tobacco burns,
hiv hard of 1M trees, l'rlce 1.000.
No. 31 Dwelling Iioumi and ono acra of
Kround In Now .Salem, stable, crib, cistern,
well, around paled lu : excellent location for
a physician, rrico 1700.
No. 82 farm or SOd acres 1 miles o( Troy.
140 avrcs fenoed, IS acres meadow, 40 acres
pasture, 40 acres of growlm: whnatin splen
did condition, largo frumo house i stories
high 8 rooms, largo yard, U tenant house, 4
wells, cellar, smoke houso. carriage bouse,
UrjreWn and crib. 76 Irult trees in benrlnz;
farm In good repair ; school house within
600, yards, l'rleo t.yoo. 1 J
8UBSCRIBK KOlt YOUR I10MK l'APKIt.
jOfTICES' J1LANK8 FUU HALE UKUK
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods.
These Goods have been bouaht minrr
the RECE.VT H12CMjMJE in prices
FOR CASH, and will be sold at
Lower Prices for Gash
Than the same goods havo boon sold
For the Fast 13 Tears.
Our Stock is Larger and More Desira-
aoie man ever betore offered.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING QUOTATIONS :
Best Prints, 10c per Yard.
Best Sheetings, 12 1-2 per Yard.
Good do, lOo per Yard.
Good Bleached Shirtings 12 1-2 to 18c per Yd.
Canton Flannels, 12 1-2 to 25c per Yard.
Best all-wool Tweeds, 75c " '
Real Nice Alpaca, 25c per Yatd.
Popular makes of Jeans, 25 to 60c.
WE Ml THE LARGEST MD MOST DESIRABLE STOCK
EVER OFFERED JTeV TROW
OUR CLOTHINE-DEPARTMT 15 VERY ATTRACTIVE
OUR LINES O? BOOTS AND SHOES ARE
THE MOST DESIRABLE.
OUR SUGARS AND COFFEES ARE
THE BEST IN MARKET.
We keep the only hand-made Boots in Troy
And its no idle Bosat when we say our
Goods arc all bought and paid for
with THE CASH, which fact
places its in a condition to sell
goods as CHEAP AS A.W
PARTIES in this country.
Come and See Us When Ton Want
NORTON, HARLAN & NORTON.
B3T We have, at Rrcnt expense, com.
nlrtpfl Ihn nlmtrui t. ns ct forth iiliovr. unil
WSffiiWX Twelvc Gifts from $2 to $100
kvriiy nuor and i.otIii tho county, ami FOIIHTKKN r;iI,T?
also a compute expos..- of tho recorded real uii ia
estate Interest of nvK.HY individual whose aniinnrtimiain At i in aa
RBi!. extent ,f ACIJRBfllTING $4,142.00
intormation txicKeis oi Aamisaion i.uu
This alxtrart euimot he aurpasied in tho
tru li vou aro nhout to nurehnso or tako
a mort),raKO on real estate In this county, you
can Inlonn yourself of tint exact comlltion of
tnc record title iiy procuring an nnstruut at
our olHco of the lot or truct In iitiestlon.
If you uro a Judgment Creditor, you can
procure an nhstract of the real estnto Inter
est of the Judgment debtor at our uurottioo.
Owners of real estate are cordially invited
to call and examine our work, anil we con
assure them that It will he to their Interest
to do no, as titles In this county nro very de
fective Titles Investigated on very short notice
and charge reasonable.
oc KNOX. .NOUTON Si ACKKRMAN.
FARMERS JD MECHANICS
1C0 Acres of land, situated in
Millwood t'p, valued at $2.fi00.(Ki
80 Acres, samo township, l.'SO.OO
Gold Watch, valued at 100.00
Florence Sowing Machine, 80.00
Silver Watch valued at fiO.OO
Set of Gold Jewelry valued at 60.00
Set of Dickons' works " 40,00
ConunonscnsoSawiiitf Macliino "0.00
Splendid Chronio, framed 15.C0
Pair of Gliromos, framed 10.C0
Plain Gold lllng valued at 10.0!)
Cony Dtinyntis Comnloto Works 3.0u
i Copy Industries of the United
States, valued at 4.00
Copy ol Life iu Uanlury, 'J.Cki
Jae, W. Weloh.
Deposits received. Collections promptly
atteml.'d to, and Remittances made ut lowest
rates of exchange,
(told and silver, County, Stato and Ooy.
eminent bonds hought and sold.
Interest allowed on tlmo deposits ; 4 per
cent, per annum for 4 mouths, aud 6 per
cent, per annum fur (I mouths.
Letters or Credit. Foreign Hills ofKx
change on all the principal cities of Kurope
itirniMieu at current rates.
Kxehangii on St. I.onis or New York sold
on favorable terms. 1
No Charges) mnrto on Collrctlova i
for purlieu resldliiK In the county,
for Money paid on Uvraaud,
J'Z. IV. IJOXMITIIN,
June 28, 1ST:). Cashier.
The drawing to take place under the mnii
ae;emriit and supervision of a committee m
lected by the ticket holders. Tho land com-
S riling the tlrst two (lift belongs to Wriahr.
Ichols, Ki and lies III Millwood tnwnliii.
tlirca miles from Millwood, within f miles of
a station on the bt. Louis, lluunibal and
Keokuk railroad, and " miles from the Coal
mines. It contains large deposits of Iron
ore. being in tho midst of the Iron liclds. li.
U in a good state of cultivation, and is well
worth the valuation. As a guarantee of fair
dealing, we refer to Walton i'rrkins, presi
dent of tho Farmers and Mechanics Makings
bank, Troy; Chus. V. Mniiiu.judgi: county
uurt. Chain of Hocks, Henry J'. Mudii,
judge county court. Millwood: F. C. C'nkr,
elerk cout.ty court, Troy; Win. Colhcr:,
elerk circuit court, Troy.
For tickets or other Information, apply to
to 1.KYI J. OAUKKTT. Cien'l Agent.
SIEIG-ZSXa A BOBB.
Wholt)iland Retail Dealers In
CAS AND COAL-OIL
VIVE AKD FlTrilVISS
i hui , mu., plumbing, Gas and Steam Fit-
, rHJSric " a:Fun8t0CK0T,tingin all their Branches.
Estimates and Designs fur
nished for Gas and Coal-oil
EAR-BOBS, 'Fixtures to light
And Many Other Articles.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
WORK WARIt ANTED.
and Prices sent to parties
applying, who will please
mention In what paper they
saw this advertisement.
Semple; Birge & Co.,,
13 SOUTH MAIN 81, 8T. LOUIS.
iiiisoiTvTioN. Notleo Is "ticre6y"alvin
(bat tho law llrm of Walton & Creech has
been dissolved by mutual consent. Alt per
sons Indebted to the late;flrin are respectfully
requested to settle at once with the uudsr
U " JOSIAU CHEECU.
Gas Machines put up to light
public buildings, and warran
ted to give satisfaction.
Store, 203 N. Fifth Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. K. IIACKMAN. J. S. SlDIK.
Marble Works t
HACK MAN &SIDIE
Main SL. opposite N. M.H. It.,
St. CKnrles, nissoiiri,
American and Italian Marble
TOUBS, ORA VG-9TOIVE8,
' t3T All kinds of cut-stone and Cemetery
I work done with dispatch, and warranted to