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THE HE RALD.
- COUNT- Ul'l'ICHKtJ.,
Circuit Clerk .' Coi.nt nT.
ti. t. IXOIUll.
A. K Wil.sn.
0. W. Mautin.
I'robate -Judgo i S H. .Voxtry.
Ciunty Clctk .. P. 0. Cakk.
. J, j- f M. D. L. Vtnunii.
Treasurer J. K. Caxxox.
Assessor Kmjaii Mykiis.
l'ubllo Administrator E. 0. Sittam.
County Surveyor J. C' Dowkino.
School Coinmtssloucr W.S. 1'e.sx:noiox
COUIITS IX LINCOLN COUNTY.
CtRCt'lT CouiiT Third Mondays In March nnd
County Cocnr Socond Mondoys In February
Nay, August ami November.
JPnonATK Court Second Monday! In January,
April, July and October.
DKriHTVBKd Of MAILS.
orWentivillo, dally (except Sunday) at l.O.lr.xi.
Lost Ilronch, Monday 7.30a.m.
Louisiana via Auburn, Man., Wednes.,
Ahloy, Wcdnosday and Saturday ...8.00
lllgh Hill mid Truxton, Friday, 7.00
Cap-nu-Orls, Saturday 7.30
Tho mail. nloso at .U u'clock on tho evening
rorlous to their departures.
From Wo.itivlllodally(oxccpt Sunday) 3.00 r. it
Lost llranch, Monday 0.00
Louisiana via Auburn, Tuos., Thurs.,
end Saturday 4.00
Ashley, Tuesday and Friday, 5.00
High Illtl and Truxton, Saturday ...6.00
Cap-au-Urls, Saturday fl.00
II. CllUMl', l'. M.
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
That liuilncsi men sometimes have need
of Money, and we rckpcctlully suggest to
all persons Indebted to the late ilrnis of
UUTT & PARKER and PARKER i CO.,
that If they will come forward and pay
off their notes and accounts, they will ma
tcrlally relieve our present wants.
C. W. PAKKEES.
1MKKGK A: CO.
November 2, 1871.
Oysters, fresh or cove, at Mohr & Co.'s
II. W. Kouipcr has tho largest supply
of bureaus and bcacisteads ever iu Troy
Wbi, Frazier, Ksq., wo rcgrot to say,
lias been quitosic!: for Bcvcral days. He
Wo aro pleased to loam that j).rs Nor
man, near Louisville, who was sovoroly
burned a short time sinco, is improving
Bureaus, bddtoads, waslistauds, and
bod room furniture generally at II. Y.
'J'ho Probate Court pf this county will
open its Drat term for 1872 on tho second
Monday in January, to continue one
Mohr & Co.'s Restaurant is in full
blast. Oysters prepared in tho daiutiest
Mr. Win. Notherland has cultivated
Iho acquaintance of a singing mouse, at
Capt. Coosc's meat and provision depot.
It keeps up its gleeful notes all night
Mr. J. 31. McLcllati, deputy county
clerk, who has been 6ick tho past week,
was ablo to walk down to his offico this
morning. Ilo looks like ho had gono
through a sweat bath. Wo are glad to
sco him out again.
Christmas presents, candy toys, fire
crackers, &o., at the "Cheapest placo in
Last Friday evening, whilo trying to
got aboard tho Spruce strcot ferry boat,
at St. Louis, Mrs. Newman, sister of Irs.
J. C. Mooro of this placo, foil into the
rivor. Tbo rivor was full of floating ice,
and bcloro assistance; could bo rondercd
Don't forget that Mohr & Co.'s is the
"Cheapost place in town," and that their
Restaurant is now Qpon, whero moals aro
sorved at all houns.
Tho cold spell of Sunday and Mon
day Inst has enabled our citizens who
havo ice houses to prepare for tho nokt
"heated term." Wagons loaded with
ico from four to sis inches in thickness
Wcro passing through town all day Tuos.
day and "Wodnesday, To-day tho woather
is as mild as spring, and will probably
check tho supply for awhilo.
A Chioaeo "beirear" was tririi n
humbug the pcoplo of New Hopo last
Capt. Jamison was in New Hopo that
day soliciting railroad subscriptions.
Does the Herald mean him ? Clarksville
Not unless the Captain hai turned
Dutchman, and forgotten how to speak
tho ''American languago." "Wo didn't
meet with our old friend that day, and
didn't know ho was in New Hopo.
Our old friend, Mr. E. J. Ellis, has
egoln "turned up." This timo at Cuba,
Missouri, as publisher of tho Crawford
rJentinol. This is tho 2,000th paper he
ti.ti startod, loss or moro .
A largo drovo of hogs passed through I
town yesterday for tho St. Louis market.
A urOVO Of about ono hundred and UftV
, , j J . , 1 I
or two hundred turkeys also passod
through this placo yesterday afternoon, i
Tho following named lunatics have1
,. .i,,.ni.t in il. i r,-, .!
been roturncd to this county from tho
Fulton Asylum, and aro now at tho
. , it ii t ,i it
county poor houso : Hollo Arthur, Mary
K. Hcucd et, Sarah K. Vcrdioi and Spon-
ThO COUntV DOOr hOUSO Was tbo eceno
of two fisticuffs yesterday morning, bo-
tweoti two "Amoricau citizens of African
iwcon iwo Atnericau emzens oi viruan
descent," and two returned lunatics from
tbo l'Qltun Asylun.
Says a lata issuo of tho Philadelphia
City Item! "IngCUUity has been taxed
to find the surest and most direct means
of reaching tho public, and tile business
man who would advertise a special.y, and
got the greatest pood out of tlio croatcst
number, in tbo shortest space of time, is
i. n i. n. M 1I1I I. C
compelled to go to Geo. 1 . Kowcll & Co.,
Of OW lork, for adVICC. hy to this
house f liecauso It IS tho head and frout
of tho advertising business It is prompt,
methodical and clear m its transactions,
and possesses the COntluenco Ol all tbO
houses which advertiso most.
iiir 1NCENDIAHIES, in conscqticnco
ui iru mie u res ni nub piucu, ut,uuurll
tion paper was circulated and about
S430 raised, to bo offered as a reward
for tho detection and arrest of tho inccn-
diaries. Both fires WOrO undoubtcaly
,i i r ,, .... i
tho work of some unscrupulous rascal?,
Olid if they could bo found out, our COtll-
munitv would be relieved of them for a
tinin it lonflt At i orwuiilpruliln sum nf
timo at least. AS a COIlsldeniUlO bUlU Ol
money has been subscribed for tho
,, . .
purpose, WOUld It not bo WClI for Somo of
tho leading citizors to hold a meeting
and SCO What can be done HI the premises ?
Huffalo Nursery. Parties in need
. ...... .
ui iruuo uru u.iieuiuny luvueu lo glVO mo
a call, as I have a fine large stock, and
am determined to sell them this fall and
next spring. Would like to trade trees
for u good strong light spriug waon,
uuitablo for ono or two horses. Wou'd
also trado for a good mower and a good
No. 1 cow. Sco advertisement.
uilm3 A. M. SIIULTS.
A uliccse uiada out of 10,000 quarts of
milk and weighing 1801 pounds, is on
exhibition in Jiosion.
A teacher, catechising his scholars,!
put tho following question : "What was
maUO to glVO light to tho World? Ono!
of tho vouni9tnr.i nftnr n slinrt nnnon
replied, "Matches I"
A man, whilo playing cards, foil off his
chair in a nt. Alter half an bourB
steady application of remedies, ho rccov.
CrUU, UU.l lluuibJlaftW intimiuil. "What's
wen, rat, said a gentleman, "Jim
ctiun t quite kill you with a brickbat, did '
ho?" "No, but I wish ho had." "What'
-"SiC" m "'" to"s'"",
Tho following is tho recommendation J
given an English servant: "Tho bearer:
has been m my houso a year minus
OHM Ullltllb Ui tUU IIUU3U
door; frugal in work ; mindful of bur-
soil; prompt in excuses; friendly
toward men; faithful -to her lovers; and
honest when everything
ing had vanished"
Good Siour. At a trial not lonn
sinco, ono of tho witnesses, an old lady,
of somo eighty years, was elosolv nucs-1
tioncd by tho opposing counsol iclativo
to mo clearness oi ncr cyosignt. 'ton
you bco mol' said ho. 'Yes,' was nn
swored. now won can you eco mo?
pcrsistoa tno lawyer. 'Well enough,'
responded tho lady, 'to sco that you'ro
neither a negro, an Indian, nor a treutlo.
man.' Tho answer brought down tho
houso and silencod the counsel.
TV-OTICE Is hereby given that tho undersigned
J-l executors of tho cstnto of Francis Parker,
deceased, will make a final settlement of their
administration of said ostats at tho nmt i. ,,r
Iho Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mo to bo
begun and held In Troy on tho second Monday
in tfunuary, ioz. 1H..MIY fAHKKI , 1 ,
dec7p CIIAS.W.l'AUKKU F'x
a ill isuiliuiucills
NOTICE is hereby given thnt the undersigned,
administrator of tho estate of Vt'm . mm.
term oi tne i'robate Court of Lincoln county,
Missouri, to bo begun and held in Troy on the
second Mond,y -y. .. Mt
NOTICE Is, hereby given that letters of ad
ministration were granted to tho undersigned
by the Cleric of the I'robate Conrt ol Lincoln
county, Mo., on tho estate of Ragona Lovoll,
doccascd, on tho lit day of Dccoiiber, 1871.
All persons having claims against said citato
aro reoulrod to exhibit them for allowanco to the
administrator within ono year from tho date ol
said letters, or they may bo proeludcd from any
benoSt of said estate, and If not exhibited within
tno years from the data of a!, intt.ii n..- ..in
be forovor barred.
ec7 WM, W. SUAW, Adm'r.
Order or Fublicaliou.
NOTICE Is horoby given that tho underdgnod,
almlnlstratrix of Iho estate of (Innr n
Ilowcn, deccasod, on the lllh day of October,
1871, at tbo October term of tho I'robate Court
of Lincoln county, Missouri, for 1871, fllr-.l hr
petition as such administratrix for the solo of
tho real eatate of said deceased, or so much
thereof ns might ho necessary to pay the debts
due by said deceased, aecomnaniod Iit ihn n.i.
and Ihvcntorlcs required hy law, ond that unlesi
the contrary be hown, an order Will be made for
tho tale of said real estate at the Jinur, tr.
of tald Probato Court for 1872, which terra will
co oogun anu nem at tno court bouse in Troy,
Missouri, on the eond Monday In January,
1872, when and where all liersouj Intoreitml In
nAKAII J. BOWKN, Administratrix 1
dc7 of thoestatoofHco.O. Boweu, deo'd.
AlMini1m1or'fl Sale 4
rl0TIC1 hereby given that Ihounclcrslgncil,
I. - I . .!..!.. . t ml i-i.. - f 11' Ml ! 1 1.' I ..
4- iiuiuuiisirHiur OI iiiuibibivvi tinuiu i, kuui
deceased, will In obedience to tho order of Iho
I'robate Court or Lincoln county, Missouri, inauo
nt Ino llntnlinr Inrtn. 1H7I- noil
On Thursday, Jauuary li, 1872,
at tho rront tltior of tlio court houo In tho town
of Troy jincon county( M,,soutl( nml iatug
the session ol Iho l'robato Court of said county,
t tho .Tanuaiy term tliorcof fur 1S72, at puhllo
aae., th0 real estate lolongln to said dee'd,
uatinsjid county anu descrioca os roiiows,
tn lit . Tl... nfl. Unit nt thn tnii 1 1. mi f ntinr
ter of section 2S. townshln 4V. ranee 2 east I also
tho southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of
section ny, mwnsnip 4U, range i easi, coniaininj;
XUKMS A creditor thrco months, nurchoscr
J B.'vo t.otul, with Rood and approved recurlty.l
j,,,,,, . ntt.rcs, , lno rat0 0r ti.n tier cent, from
day of sale. R. O. SI riON,
uoc audi r oi est. oi , m. auo, uoo u.
AutimiNiraior'.s saic oi
njoilCF. Is hereby given that the undesigned,
IN admlnltrator of tho tstato of i:tlza 1).
Steele, deceased, will In obed'enco to tho order of
u- A,PV m 1S72
. , . '' . .
ai ino iront uoor oi tno court nouso in ino wwn
f T linooIl counl M,ourl( ,, Jurl,.B
tho session of tho l'robato Court of said oouuty,
t 'ho January term thcrof for 1872, at public
to wit: Lots 2 and 21 In tho town of Falmouth,
lilnculn county. JIo., and on tho following
, 1 'll'b-A V" "f three months, purchaser
iu f;ivo uuiui mill ;uon noti niipruveu pcuuriij-,
itu.iimg tiuctcsi at tno rato of ten per cent. Ifom
est. of i: 1 1 z.i II. Sleclo, dec.
iinr(linii'N Male ol Ileal
TDUHSUANT to tho order of Iho l'robalo Court
Jt ol Lincoln county Mlxsourt. tnnJo nt iht
October term thorcof for 1871, notieo ii In n by
given that the undcrslgnid, ifiiardlaii and curator
uf A,bcrt r. rentcm. win, ,.t tho curt bouse
door In tho town of Troy, Lincoln county, Mo.,
" Wednesday, January 10, 1872,
durl"K tho session of tho l'lob.ito Court of said
cotlnt) f !cl , tin.livt.lc.l nno half Interest bt-
longing the said Albert I. 1'entcin, of, In nml
to tho following described real estate, situale In
county and state, to wit : 80 acres, tho K W
ut tllu northwentor of n-ctlon U township so oi
range 1 west, ami upon tho following lerin
Ono hoir cash, the balance in it month", with in
per cent. Intetest from day of sale, purchasir to
K'vo uo"u w',n Root nmi ppro. security.
J. 1. ALl.l.Ji, (liinrillan nml Cut
of Albert 1. i'enkm.
UKSl'KCTFl'IiIiY nnnounco to tho cltlr.en ol
Tioy, nml tho country generally, that thev
havo onipletoly refitted and remodeled the!'-
eunm (irist una haw Jilll, nml arc now prepared
to inako as
GOOD AN ARTICLE OF FLOUR
ni can bo turned out at any mill in tho Stale.
Our customers will meet with prompt attention
iiv; witi, aiti.xi) itHouf.A .. r F.vr.ii y
' '" 1
n"t cenilnue KrlniMH u.i tl IU mill t i.a.dJ
'WK WILL AIM TO SAW A I I.CAST TWO
UAYS IX Tin: WK1MC
March 1, 1S70
CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN
C TT7" "rATTT) 0
KCnP A FAMILY
friw.ArV ntlfl Nrtiintl Stfirn
, '" J .v,,
COA FECTBOA E fit Ys
COlt. MAIN AND cilKRRY ST3., TltOY, MO.
rxeaiH prepared any
iiiiio during: lutsin&cis
Wo havo lust fitted un new rooms, and win
ptvo special attootlon to this department of our
! """ 03SrrIES3
O Y S T E II S SA Tl T) I N F Ft
U lit i J it i Oj
VRI.'.tlll Tl I.'! .1 H'HJ
rtlTTTWn r t i n t.vt Vt.mtt,
"UrrhR, LAUD, BACON, FLOUIt,
1 WlT.Ti fl A MV
" lljV IsAMJi,
And In fact an Innutnorablo list of such goods,
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, NOTIONS,
ana almost anything you want at tho
CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN
M. S. BALLINGER,
Drugs and Patent Medicines,
Wines ami JAquorx,
FANCY Ci OODS,
PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS,
And Many Other Articles.
s,rtt;. Masonic Hall IiUlldiUff,
TROY if I ft.
F. 0. CAKK. o". k. Mol,i:i.I,AN.
CA'KE & McLELLAN,
Beal Estate Agents
Troy, Lincoln County, Mo,,
Iluy ami Hell Land, Fny 'l axes lor Noa
l cxlilcril n, (ilrc Alislrncts of Titles,
Wrltu !)ccds, Alortgngcs, I'lats
ol ! ntiiN, Ac.
Thcj Offer for Sat tiro Following
I ..in ds t
Nn. 1 InmrovoJ farm. 1 80 acres. 3 miles
dnrthntsfol Auburn, 2 miles uf railroad ami 2
miles of ruck road, 33 acres In cultivation. IM
acres splendid timber, hewed-log houo 1 H sto
ries, stable and corn crib. 1'rico f!50U, ono thlid
cash, balance on time.
No. M Cool land il miles southwest of Troy,
40 acres In tho intddlo of tho coal Gelds and
within 100 yards of tho shaft at tlio I. Ink mine.
l'rlco $2000, half rash, balance on timo.
N'o. 3202 acres unlmnrovid timber land
&IS miles south of Millwood nod adjoining West
praltlo. l'rlco i&UO, third cash, balance on long
J.'". 4 Improved farm of 400 ncrcs in Fallne
county, miles oust ol llrownsvlllo un I lions
toul.t, on tlio St. l.oulsaud Lexington railroad j
200 acre, fenced, 120 In cultivation, 01 acres In
L'russ, 120 acres good timber, hcuod-lng house
lliij rooms, cistern ana good well; A springs
on tho farm, log stables. 117 bcarlnc fiult trees.
l'rlco $20 per acre f 30110 cash, balance to suit
purcnaser. uoon neigiinnuiooa ami splendiil
Xu. Ti Houso and lot In Troy, framo houso
30 by 40 and ono story high, l room., elo'et,
smoKc noose, cistern, slirubl.cry, Ac, lot 100 by
lull feet. 210 yards lroui luvvn til(.i. f.i u.
terms $1000 cash,
No. i r.irin of III! acres. 1!-' mile, of M,i
cow Mill, 20 mr.-s In culiivutlon, a res good
timbir, 13 bearing pencil tices Price $20 per
iiv.v, i.Tu'iuiiiiB i-iisii, tiioiiieo on nine.
N'o. 751 acre timber land, nmlcrlflid vrllh
coal, Wi miles of Moscow, l'rlco $20 per acre,
tno'llurds cash, balance on time.
No. H Implored f,irm of V!. nerc, one
mllo Irom tho court houso In 'f my, 2i acres in
eultivation, 23 acres iu pnsluro and meadow, 100
live, yinr old npplo trees, 25 peach tree,, 45 acres
splendid timber, 2 stoiy finmo IS by 24 and an
I, 1 (lory IS by 24, all in good repair, smuku
nouu, cuitKen nouse, siaoics nn.l criu, A ISo. I
tobacco loin of 0 tiers, good wi ll, l'rlco an I
terms S.J5 cash or aero. Just the placo lor a
mr.on who desires lociirrv on a small (arm. nml
also get tbo bcnellt of good schools In Troy for
ma euiKii en.
Xo. ! Improved firm of FO acres 3,'f miles
enst of Trov, 25 ncrei In cultivation, Jj acre
jluoil llrnlur, log house 16 bvlS. 1 ' .stiiries. sniuko
hoii'e, corn crib and stithies, 125 joung fruit
tices In bearing, l'rlco $35 per acre, twu thirds
eiisn hiu.'ineo on nnu'.
Nu. 10 Improved f irm of P0 ncro 2 mlios
soulh of Troy, 35 ucies in cultivation, 15 acres
in grass and 30 aires timber, house III by IS, 1
slurles, kitchen 11 by lfi, runnko Lome, cellar,
stablo (hided on tu sides, granary, crib nnd linn
house. All thee I ullding. are now and sub-
st'ir.tlal. lcll ami ooiul uf sleek natei. 25 in
pic, 25 pinch and 0 ear trees or cxcvllont trui:.
l'rlco 30 dols. per acre, two thirds eusli balance
Xo. 1 1 Ioiirocd farm of SOOacroj. 5 mile,
northwest of Troy, 70 acres in cultivation, 130
acres timber, 2 story house 18 hv 20 with I. kit
chen 10 by 24 ono storv. s.noko bull-u uitbenllnr
under it 7 It dcip, stables, corn crib, nuw 7-t cr
iuuoico o.irn, spietulnl oieli.ira of 730 trots in
hearing eoniating ol apples, poatbe', pears
plums, upnools, nectarines, cherries. Now and
cominodioui school houso near. l'rlco 20 dols
per acre, ball cash, balance on timo without In
tenst. No 12 Improved farm of SO acres 2'J mllei
west or Chain of Kucha, In n (Icrmin tuighbor
hood, 40 acres in cnllii .itinn, 40 acre f.no timber,
house, smoke house, good well, slable, tobuecu
barn, apple and peach orchard, new school house
close nt hand, l'rlco $20 per aero, half iiisb,
hal.ineo on timo.
No. 1.1 Improved farm of 2C0 acres I mllos
cast ol Trov nml 2 uiUi-i of AKsoow mills, IU0
acres fenced, M) acres in cultivation, 20 ncrcs In
grass, 100 acres timber, 2-sl.irv house, 20x30,
collar under it, smoke house, splondid well, sta
bles, largo crib, 2 tobacco bains, 15U ni plo trees,
pears, pe.iehos, cherries, grapes. J.iitxl product-1
50 huhi-l corn per aero Ibis jeat. New school
houso completed and paid tor convenient. I'rico
flH per acre, half cash, balance on timo.
To Those Mlio wl!i lo Iluy or Sell
In this cnllghtoncd ago not many purchasers,
strangers especially, biro conveyances nnd rldo
over the country In search of a farm for sale,
when (hero Is a Ileal I.'jtnto Agency to bu found.
Wo advert!, o extensively and systematically, and
owners dosiiing to sell, and purchasers n Ishing
to buy, eneh earnestly hunting for Iho other nnd
his own interest, secure tho greatest possible
safely und despatch on tho ono hand, nnd the
least expense of timo and moioy for search on
tho other, by placing In our Agency tho salo or
puiclm o of any property.
Wo renuiro narties de-irine lo sol! uronerlv to
o -"I--, V
sign a contract describing tho same, naming tho
icuglh of timo tho properly Is to remain for sale,
price and Icrms, and binding tho owner to pay
our commission if n sale Is cll'tctcd.
Our Commlsbloiii,. If tho prlco does not
exceed $S00, our commission for salo will bo $20.
Kegulnr commissions on all sales 2 J per cent.
GMKi: til Mcl.NM.AX,
Kcnl tstato Agents, Troy; Mo.
FIRE ! FIRE! FIRE !
ITS' TROY !
New Grocery Store !
I f. M.STnriinxB
JONAS WILBORN & CO.
HAVI. rented tho building of Mr. James K.
Cannon, in the south part of town, on Main
strict. They keep n supply of
PBlOVi.SittiVS OF EVI3RY
THEV ARK ALSO DKALEKS IN
Stone, Queen and Glassware
of all descriptions,
Candy, :uiiict! i rmls, KuU,
K.'iiNiiiN, I'icKlcs, yJer,
diaa'diiicM, tClu-CMC, Crack
er, Spices, Sail, Nails, &c.
THKV WANT ALL KINDS OF
For Which tho hlvhntt tmirUof Iirtn Bill t.n w-nt.l
ollbor in goods or cabh. '
'f' Plea.n f.lvn n il oiiII LnFi.. m.Al.n..-.
j. - .1- ' - - ..... .-v.u.v IUIVtltl,Olg
elsewhere, and don t forget Iho placo, ir Mr.
a uuuuiug "UJJ JtU-aoUUl OI JlOUon-
aid's tjaloontS fl-On Jluln S(reet.-t5
YOUll BUSINESS IN THE HERALD AND
IT WII.Is I'AV.
Subscribe lor tlio IIEltALl). Only 1
u ) tar.
EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS.
If you want IJome.it ics
Jf you leant Domestics
If vou want Domestics
GO TO JACKSON cO UUTT 8
Fur Good Calicoes
For Good Calicoes
For Good Calicoes
GO TO JACKSON cC- MUTT'S
For Ladie3 Winter Hats
For Ladies' Winter Hats
For Ladies' Winter Hats
GO TO JACKSON d- J1UTTS.
For Good Delaines
For Good Delaines
For Good Delaines
GO TO JACKSON d- JIUTT'S
For Hats and Caps
For Hats and Caps
For Hats and Cain
GO TO JACKSON cC- HUTTS
For Groceries, tCr.,
For Groceries, if-c,
For Groceiies, Ac,
GO TO JACKSON A IIUTT'S
In fact, if you want any
thing in the line of Dry
Goods, lleudy-madc Clo
thing or Groceries
GO TO JACKSON A IIUTT'S
NOW READ THIS.
Tlict'v arc a great iiumliei1
ni SVrsoias sii.lcltled lo its,
asul u e kindly bill varneMlly
ask lot a setlleiiient ot tlit'sc
account!. In our IniMiiK hs
wc are coiitiniially paying'
out ttjoncy lor oocls, ami
cannol afloi'd lo let tiwse old
nccouuf s Mlaud mo ionr.
Novcinbor V, 1S71.
t. w. wrrjiRow,
FINE KUOGY AND WAGON
SADDLKIIS' FINDINGS OF
am i)i:.vi,i:it in
Saddle and Harness-niakors1
BltlDLES, Til ACE CHAINS,
All of which are offered at the
Having just finished ncio rooms
on the Corner of Main and Cherry
Streets-, two doors north of my old
stand, I am now prepared, and ivill
keep on hand at all times the Best
and Most Complete assortnxent
of goods that has ever been offered
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VALUABLE F Aft MS
Attorneys at Law and Real Estate
120 Acres No. 1
Two nnd half miles west of Troy on Truxton
nnd Ilanvlilo road. Lariro bitck d'wotlini house
11 by 52 feet front, 8 rocms with hall on first
story nnd crop halls on second story, Ore place is
each room, ceiling's 12, 10 ond 8 feet, cellar 18 by
211 feet with rtono walls. U Ine well of fttre
water and plenty ol stock water on farm. 76
norus fn eultlvfttfrm, fine Virrhanl uf 0eff-eC fruit
of nil kinds '; nil iho land under fence, Un road
loading to coal fulds. At loir figures nnd tcrii,
tn suit purchaser.
80 Acres No, 2
Ono mile norlh ot Troy on Louisville rood.
Nice ono slory cottage dwelling with 4 rooms') ,1
ml lo from St. L. Jc K. railroad. -lO ncics iu cul
tivation ; younR orchard of scfect fruit, begin
ning to bear. Low figures and terms to suit pur
chaser. 201 Acres No. 3
'lhree und a half tulles south of Troy. A
splendid farm, over 100 acres in cultivation, a
good duelling with 7 or 8 rooms, 2 new barn's,
good outbuildings, plenty ol tiling and stntk
water, on a public road, a flno orchard of select
fruit and small frails, a fino ftirden palod in.
Dwelling stands on s. nlro elevation with nice
yard. Kultio farm under fenco and every acr6
susccptlblo of cultivation, splendid tract of
bind, a very deslr iblo hoiucvind Is offered at very
320 Acres No, i
I'our miles south of Troy on Mexico road.
200 licrcs In cultivation, prnlrio land, fratno
dwelling wllh 11 rodms, good orchard of seluet
fruit, is a fine stock fului, good barns, plenty fiuo
timber to ki-ep place up, plenty using snd stoitc
water, In a good nclghboibood nct-otsablo In nil
directions, tlood stand for publio houso and
IlliJtng rpuarters. Will sell part er c!l to sAU
purchaser. l'rlco very low.
10 Acres No. 5
Thtco mile! noflh if troy, 20 acres in cul
tivation, u euiul'ortalilo house, excellent land, and
will u ako a good Utile homo. Very cheap.
180 Acres No. fl
I'our miles south of Troy, TO acres in culti
vation, log dwelling with U rooms, meat houso
nnd ham, Rood Well of living water ohd a small
orchard of Iruit tree. Half mile of district
tchool house, half mile wet ol Hand Hun church,
samo di.tatico from l'ost Oah and ti a good
neighborhood. Very cheap and desirable.
120 Acres No, 7
On tho Eluff adjoining tho farm formerly
owned by T K Comtek, ll'ip, fill ncaes In culllvU
tion, balance in timber. Ilnod frame dwelling
with three rooms, good cistrin nnd n well ot
never failing water. 1'ivo miles west of Can-no
(Iris, In a good neighborhood. 700 bearing fruit
trees of toli-et fruit. Very fino chunco t'j tliakd
iiinney by purchasing this place.
200 Acres $v, S
Four mires nurth 'of Trriy, 70 acres in a good
stnlc of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling bousd
18 by 20 wilh I, 1(1 by 20, 4 rooms in all, oiebard
of select Iruit of nil kinds, 1 iullo west of Hi. t.
& K. railroad, very fino spring of ui-er fulling
water near tho huuso, eonvetileut to school and
churches, in good nclghboibood, and at Very low
80 Acres Xo. 9
Four miles wc'l of Troy oh Truslon i l)an
vlllo road,!)J acres in a fine state of cultivation)
balance in lino timber all tho land under fence;
.Splendid orchard of select fruit, good 2-story
dwelling wilh S rooms on I !! elorcis, good meat
house and outbuildings, good cistern and plenty
of block water, tlmboiud laud sot In blue gra.s
near the coal fields. Desirable 'placo at very low
4 Lots iu Troy. Ni. 10
Nice plcco ol property in Troy a block of 4
lots, nllh ouinforlublo dwelling, good guidon,
ynrd, Ac, on ono of tbo finest ttnets In town.
Cheap lor cash.
104 Acres No. 11
:Z miles east of Chanlllla, log dwelling with
2 rooT.s, meat houso and excellent cistern, plenty
of stock water, -JO acres in cultlrallbtlj kt lotr
figures unlo; easy terms.
2 lots in Troy. . No. 12
A goo I Jdeco (if property In (lib town of
Troy 2 lots, dwelling house and tnont house,
enclosod with good fence, on a fino street, and
commands a splendid view of tho'tbwn. Cheap
1100 Acres " No. 13
Of land situated In Lincoln and Pike coun
ties ou tho .waters of llryant's eieek, In survey
17.17, wllhln !l miles of n boat landing on tho
.Mississippi rivor, nnd is divided Into lots of
nbout 2UU acres oach. All (his land is vofy val
uable, possessing u soil unsurpassed for produc
tiveness, with nn abundance of wnlor for'. All
purposes, pecullirly adapted to fruit growing
uud stock raising, with oxtcnslve Imnroveincqtj
on eneh nnd overy lot, uud tho uncultivated por
tion covered with the finest limber in nurlhiast
Mlsssouri. All In an excellent nelghboiho'tld of
easv access to chutclica and schools, and froid
whloh teams can make ibroo tilps to Iho rivor id
a day. Vor hle In lots to iult purchasers nnd ou
terms most liberal indeed. Persona Hoslrjog
homes which wlll'poy .Ifid be n blessing to them
selves and po.terity, could not do bolter lhari
buy ono or nil of these splendid lots of land., .
257 1-2 Acres . Nu. 14
,uu .no outsissippi uiuu, i miles west ottap
au uris ana I nines souilieutt of .Voir Hope, on
the lllufTro.id, 00 acres In cultivation, balanco in
flno timber, i'r.imo dwolllni with h p.-,..nd tt.
erably good out buildings, A or J nevcrfalilug"
springs on tho place, good cistern near door of
dwelling, young orchard of select ti uit, near t'J
llnptlst nnd Christian churches and school homo;
If miles from llobimon's mill and stnro, in a very
lino neighborhood, splendid wjient, corn and
sloult farm, tho very placo lo uiako you n good
homo uud tn get your riioncy back ou. 1'ilco
very low and terms to suit purchoscrs. Ilo iu a
hurry clso you will be (eft oat In the cold,
Lot in Troy. No. 15
Lot No. 74 In Troy, a good f rrlpcrly of 4
loir, dwelling with 4 ro)ine, nlcoy.nd, horso and
cow lot, a young orchard of select fruit, good
garden, in a do.lrublo nrt of town, on u Hncj
street and commands n lino view of the town.
At low figures nnd terms to , uit tho purchaser.
Iluy bofoio tho 81 L A K It H i, completed, and
thereby ioeur6 yourself u hundiomo profit.
Troy IToperty, No. 10
"Hero Is the placo to get your money back."
Tho l'ocnralot property on Mutn, Chorry and
Union .Iroets, llireu sloro rooiut, one frontllig on
.Muin and Cherry streets, Iho otntr two fronling
on Main street, all ono-s'ory 1'rar.io buildings 1
and ou tbo snmo lot and lininoillately bick of tho
sloro room on the corner of Main and Cherry Is a
ono-story frame dtfoHIng with 4 rooms. Tills
property oceu les tho very best location In tho
town of Troy for (toy kind 6f inercjnllle busi
ness, nnd will bo sold at very low figurc and in
term exceedingly gemrou.. If Juu Obr-tro the
best business stand in Troy yott w;i (j pj ,
jour Interest to bS up and d6lnSl cl,c , oil wilt
lore a bargain worth having.
-r-Cf- l'artics wishing tp sell or buy will comult
Ibcir own Interest by cilllng oii us.
.llclil'.r, A IMIA.IKR.