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kreutl Clerk.- Wat. Cumiw.
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uaty Onutt Justices.,
.8. R. A'oilit,
uaty Clark ,
B. 0. Css.
,.' FtD. WlKO.
( M. D. L. Viidim.
reasurer .. -
J. K. Ciiaax.
,...B. 0. tHfroit.
....J. 0- DowHmo.
' COUHTB IN LINCOLN COUNTY.
J Cincmi Const Third Mondays' In Mireh nd
Couktt Count Seoond Mondays ,tn February
May. August and November.
."Psoiuii Covat Second Mondays In January,
April, July and October.
DKFAETCRKfl Of MAILS.
orWentsvltle, dally (except Sunday) att.OOr.w
Loat Branoh,, Monday M"'
Loulilana via Auburn, Mod'., Wednes.,
Ashley, Wadnaaday and Saturday ...8.09
High Hill and Truxton, Friday, 7.00
Cati-au-Gris, Saturdays i iT.3f
Th mill. kiX-ll h tfn1nff
Trom We.itivllledally(except Sunday) 5.00 r.
I,oi t Branch, Monday 0.00
Louisiana via Auburn, Tuea., Thun.,
and Saturday 4.U0
Ashley, Tuesday and Friday 5.00
High Hilt and Truxton, Saturday ...6.00
Cap-nu-Grls, Saturday 0.00
B. OKUMV, 1. M
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
'That business meu Romellmes have need
ot Money, and wo rcspectlully suggest to
all persons Indebted to the late Arms of
11UIT Jr. PARKER and PARKER & CO.
that If they will come forward and pay
olT their notes anil accounts, they will ma
tcrlally relieve our present wauls.
C. W. PARKER.
PARKER & CO.
November 2, 1871.
A Sad Shooting Affair.
Death of Mr. W. T. Sydiior,
An unfortunato affair occurred in thi
'place last Monday nigbt, which has cast
i a deep and pervading gloom over tli
'whole community. About half past ten
I o'clock of that night Mr. W. T. Sydnor
who was attending u ball at (ho Wilhrnw
j Hall, stepped into the saloon of the
, Laclede Hotel, whero some words of
(Mild) MUtUlb u 1. 1
-Josiah Jarnes, a blacksmith of this place
' when the latter drew a pistol and shot
Mr. Sydnor, the ball taking effect in th
' right breast, resulting in instantaneous
' death. Mr. Trail, the bar-keeper, caught
him as he fell, remarking, "You are
shot 1" "Yes," bo easped, and died
without another word.
Mr. Sydnor was a young man, about
I 'twenty three or twenty-fur years of age,
j and belonged to one of the first families
of this community, being a son of Col.
. Sydnor. Ho waa highly respected by
-j.every one, and w tbo prido of bis
'family, whoso grief at his untimely end
almost surpasses endurance.
Mr. Juyncs, who when sober is an up'
right and kind-hearted man, waa a slave
to bis appetite for whisky, and was drunk
irhen he fired the pistol. Alarmed at the
'appalling crime he bad committed, be
jfled at once, and has not tioce been heard
of. ' He is a large muscular man, thin
light hair, grey oyes, and is about forty
years of age. His appearance would be
apt to attraot attention any whero among
At tho time the shooting ocourred there
only tvfo others in tho saloon, Mr. R. A.
jTrail and Mr. C. M. Thonuaon.
' Deaaii of Dr. F.G. Gilmeb. It be
comes again ou'r sad office to chronicle
the death of unother of tho county's old
and influential citizens. Dr. Frederick
George Gilmer died of pneumonia at his
home in New Hope last, Sunday night.
He was born in Wcaks county, Ueo.0;,
on the 11th of March, 1800, and was
nearly sixty-six years of age at bis death.
Ho came to Missouri in 1841, located
'near New Hope, in this county, and
commenced the practico of medicine.
His intelligence, gentlemanly bearing,
Christian spirit and benevo
uanded tho respect an
who knew him. I
Wing inforrtoe j
iM New H'osij
ffbo a Temperance j
aio Hall on Fridav
, 1872. Speeohl
Revs. J. E. WeT
Ind others. All are invited
The Herald is ono of the few country
papers in the state that are1 published
thii fteclc, the othara giving wa, in honor,
f tha holidays.
awo Miatuu vauuaiv, uv wan so nmm
ootne off at the court home last Tuesday
venlng, lias Tjoen postponed until neat
Hoping our readers have spiois marry
Christmas, we now wish thamja Happy .
New Yearl The way to tiate our's
happy is to subscribe for tho Braid for
1872, and pay id advance.
Hon. T. O. Hutt is home, (pending
tho holidays among his fricni and with
his family. Tho Colonel is lo king well,
and if he will ronient to theface, we'll
put him up against any gentlsjnao in the
county for another term at thinaxt aleo
Attention is called to the cal of Mess.
Shepherd & Bro., who. bat opened a
feed and livery establishment bthe brick
stable on Main street. Meears.hepherd
camo from Bowling Green, were they
were in the livery bussiness fr a long
time. They are clever gentlmen, and
will ilonhtleaa maltn-fhor rinsinie pay
Geo. Jf. Howell & Co.'a AVorlisInc
Acenov. No. 41 Park Bow, Net York,
receives advertisements for nil t news
papers tn the United States, at. tit lowest
cash rates, furnishing; circulars ad csti
mates free Brooklyn (K. D )Titncs.
It is s model business house. I ay give
moro for tho money than any otht bouse
in the world. City Item, Fbtlaejphia,
Buffalo Nursery. Parties i need
ol trees nre especially invited to gie me
a call, as I have a fioo large stocked
am determined to soil them this fa I and
next spring. Would liko to trade -ecs
for a good strong light spring wa&n,
suitablo for one or two horses. Wold
also trade for a good mower and a gcd
No. 1 cow. See advertisement.
n4:m3 A. M. SHULTS.
Tho Board of Trustees of tho town i
Troy think it inadvisable to invito t)
Duke Alexis to this place, as tho depl.
tion of the treasury will not admit of
banquet sufficiently grand to do honor t
the imperial visitor. Tho Duko wi
doubtless bo sadly disappointed when he''", Jt,,ncs do JR & G w Jo"es
. . . -....Elisha East do Eliza East
reaus tn.s item, out ne.ng very anx.ous
to bee the lionized Hear, to eatisly their
own minds whether he is of tho black,
grizzly or whito species, some of out cit
zens aro considering the propriety of in
fringing upon the hospitality of St. Louis
during His Highness' visit to that city.
Beautiful Incident. HJ "u
been peregrinating tho southern limits ot
our town last Monday night about half
past nine o'clock, they might have be
held a touching tableau. Two of our
professional gentlemen found on the west
aide of Mr. E. N. B.'a ice house a tired
and sleepy "man and brother" help
lessly tired from walking all dayundcr
the exhaustive influence of too much
"egg nog and 'cimmon beer." It was
bitterly cold, and the wind whistled
morcilcssly through the leafless trees and
over his shrinking, shivering form. The
two professionals approached cautiously,
as if in fear of a torpedo thereabouts ;
but being assured tbey finally approaohed
the unconscious sleeper. After much
shaking and heavy lilting they succeeded
in raising their colored .friend to hit feot,
but it waa only with their assistance that
be could ktep them. Affectionately they
entwined their arms about him, whila be
leaned confidingly ou bis philanthropic
supporters, and thus to the measure of
"Tramptramp, tramp, the boys are marobtng"
the trio moved majestically toward hi
fire side and anxious loved ones, loaving
him happily unconscious in tbo bosom of
friends of his own race. Our friend E.
N. B. lookuJ particularly happy w,hile
performing this chat itable ' duty, and
thoughtfully walked homeward wit'i the
sweet consciousness of having saved from
ficczing a wayward "man and brother."
SANTA CLAUSE SELLING OUT I
AUCTION SALE Ol' TOY8.
We will St-1 1 u. uuuii
Saturday afternoon at Z o'u tQ bt
first biddor, all tbo Toys left on'liauu u.
our establishment at that time. W
have (he best assortment ever offered i
Troy. Don't fail to avail yourself of tbJ
Docket LlacelM Couily Probate Curt.
Ex's B O Camp deceased
do W Hudson
,WT Stewart )
Chas R Morn "
J "WSitton do WmSitton "
Edwin Hastings va C W Martin adm'r S.
W Barr Aco. vs H Quigley, adm'r John
J B Allen, Adm'r W Marlinik. deo'd
do RD Lawrence '"
do W K Carr '
Adm'r J II Trail
do G V L Reeds
do E D & D Morrison
do ED Morrison diq'j
do W Akera "
do Mat'hias Trail "
,1a flflnrtt PnAlnr '
J M Reeds
P II Tucker
G W Porter
J A Black
E G Sitton
Julia Alexandr do Wehde & Alexander
E G Sitton Adm'r Wm Black dee'd
Lawrence Sinn do J P Sinn
E N Bonfils
do D M Anderson "
do Minerva Torrev"
do S L Home "
do T T Steele "
do Jas Trail "
do Wm Ealum "
E V Rice
J C Wells
W F Trail
M L Ealum
fIRTII day. ,
H & C W Parker Ex'rs F Parker, deo'd
J K&W McMahan Admrs Wm MoSlahan
Anpa -M Warfiold do A J Warfield
R Howell Adm'r John Barley, deti'd
F W Rose do J Howell
J Buschmun do Jos Kohle "
Marg L Lovcll do GL McGregor"
It Steele do Eliza B Steele "
F Wine Adm'r Jos S Gear "
J' B Allan do Jos Martinik "
II Ilcmmiemcir do A Seppoler "
J M Birkhcad do W J Migruder "
E G Sitton do Cnlvin Smith "
U Seppoler do Marc Wnppcler "
Eliza llcdcnian Ex'r J U D Hedcman"
G Thompson Adm'r D Ulory "
Harvey A; Welch Ex'rs F Harvey "
J W Crumo do Thos Ricks Sr "
E G Sitton Adm'r Meacon Shclton '
eamo do Polly Shelton "
John Argent Guardian Joseph Dixon
John Baker do L k J B.irncs
W V Trail do G W & J R Presley
W F Black do M'.r'ba C Black
M Reynolds do Elsinora Reynolds
L Dessclhorst do Christian Tiepel
same ao uenry siock
D:imcron do Martha A Daracron
crry Millsap do Rebecca Millsap
Van Wchde uo v van wenue
)n Bane do II C & T Sooner
ISpyrcs do Rachel Hopkins
oio O'Brien do M E O'Brien et al
tW Creech do J & R Creech
ID Cropper do Hetty Cropper
y McMahan do John McMahan
JjYju..i rf llnrrolla nmraj
UJIIII IMI)iUbUU juus sr is rjpt
JI Mitchell do O Brown ct al
do R II Jooos
do J W & J L Houston
do J CButt
do W J B Walker
do N O & S M Thomas
do W S & Laura Creech
Jcmiah Beck do A M Beck etal
U) Hughes do S M Wetherford ot al
do J & J II Wheeler
do G M Holley et al
do Catharine Hamilton
do J M McCormick
do Mary J Parsons
do M L E Ballard
lA'ithinston do Nancy J Withington
TJummins do II A & C O Wilson
Nicy Wolls do J, J & Eveline Wells
J M alien do L & Mary Martinik
Ij! ill do Thurmati Martin
J.Britton do T h Wells
Dr Gladnoy do Sarah' M Fin'ev '
Nl Dudloy do Bcnj Shelton
Wtarasoura do Julia RamsourU
J odsoq do J 8 Wallace ctal
Dtewart do Mary Moore et al
Cr Parker do J F Merriwcther
F Campbell do Sarah A Trail
VT Kinion do Cynthia A Kinion
W Trail do J C& Ihos Trail
W Miller do Sterling P Hill
O ' Parker do Marion Meadows
J Allen do Sarah J Harvey
W Young do R B Thornhill
H. U. MOXUEY, Judge
EJ. Bojjfils, Clerk. '
haa been but a few weeks since we
chhicled the death 'of tho venerable
Afew Monroe, ono of tho ancient and
sttachest pillara of the Methodist
chch. It becomes now our painful
du to announce the' death of another
of jose good old men, and a co worker
wilMr. Monroo. We mean Rev. N. G.
Beyman. At the timo of his death the,
dcised waa living in Saline county, at
Oajridgo. In company with his wife
heJ Uunn tn (llaseow. and had preached
tmon. He waiJaaaaHaWl dava for
ice to form
On the 21at Inst., at thereitdence of the bride'
father, Ly Ber. R. O.Elmore, Mr. LUTHER M.
WIL80N and Mlia NANNIK F. 8ANFORD, of
PHHSPECTUg Wilt 1818.
Twenty.iour Grand Premiums
The progreas of the age, so marreloai "and
itartHng, exacts of Journallam a commenanrate
'Flu cnl"f""i and aach the conductors of
imc missoun iiepuDiicnn endca or to Infuao Into
all Its varied departments. Intimately Identified
with ererr effort Tor the advancement if the Weit
and South, the Republican haa long been the ac
knowledged reflector and exponent of the mate
rial Interesta of thoae lections. Rut Its sphere la
not confined to the Weit and South. The con
eerne of the nation are discussed In Iteeolumni,
and tho I.) tolllgonco It prlnta la gathered from all
quartcra of tho globe.
Independent and fearless, the RennhttMn I.
Itll" ""rvlajat to cliques or eoterlea. Its Ugb.
thouL'.. V ila lno OTKnn oi mo intelligent
toelova?! tho l"0?1'- ! mlialon la'to tench,
Draea MS reform PoHllcalAnail era-
braces thoae ,
ment hTAl.or,nciP.,M of '"-:"Jiind gov-
Unlon.and of wi?.' groanawor, of our
long been the truo la.'J'0 moaratle party has
In the discussions of l."' . . .
moat arise within the m."." questions which
Republican will bo found at ttf !- ma h
the way, not waiting to be showiroBi. ??;B'lBif
aourl Policy, with which it ia i.roralnti?;''
Sad. I. alrnnflv rpflntfnltftrl a. r,..ntatilMVldent.
hopnof relief from the oppreaslone of theft?1'
nunt party It haa struck a responsive corJv
the hearts pf the people and will eontlauo to
grow in popular favor till it flnds 'ItV'ciowninK
Ulory -..t.,, putia oitUir Itti oi next November.
recior of political reform does the Tfteimtllc'a.i
present ita claims. Aa a vehlctile for the trans
mission of ncwa and of Intelligence on' "cTery
subject, It will commend Itself to readers of alt
shades of political faith. Its editorial corps Is
largo and composed of wrlterl who hare made
journalism a profession, their particular depart.
menu a specially, anil wuo uring incir lanors mo
earnestness which results from Ita being their
life-long calling. Neither labor nor expense will
be aparod to obtain the latest Intelligence, wheth
er lo.al, domestic, or foreign, and a large corns
of correspondents nnd a liberal uso of thetolc
grnpn will make cacn lasuo a compact ana com
prehensive history of the "world', doings."
To Induce tho formation of clubs the following
liberal tchome of premiums lias boen arranged.
Besides tho continuance of the present extremely
low eleb rates and the commision of ten per
cent, allowed tbo gcttcr-up of the club, tnrcnty
four grand premiums, eight of each edition, arc
provided, the extent andvaluoof which aro prac
tically unlimited, being wholly dependent on tho
efforts of tho agent. From nfty to fliteen per
cent, of the whole amount of monoy collected by
the agent will bo returned a n premium accord
ing to the following scheme t
For tho largest list of subscriber to the dally
fifty ir cent, of tho whole amount collected will
bertturncJ. For the 2d largest list 45 per cent.
For the third 40 : for the fourth .15 : for the fifth
30; for the 8th 25 ; for seventh 20, for eighth
16 per cent.
. For the 'nrrest list or tho trl-wcckly 40 per et.
For 2d largest 45 ; for ltd 40 ; for 4th 35 ; for 5th
30; forCth 25; for 7th 20 j nnd 8th 16 ptr cent.
For largest list of weekly 60 per cent, will bo
returned ; for 2d largest 45 per cent ; for 3d 40 j
for 4th 33 j for 51b 30) for 6th 25 1 fur 7th 20)
for 8th 16 per cent.
Theconteat for the premiums will bo determined
on the first of July next, up to which time all
new subscriptions will be counted.
the Missouri Republican Published every
morning, by mail one year, $12. To cluba of three
by mail (34, of fivo $55, of ton $100.
TIU-WEEKLY published Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays, $6 a year') three copies $17 ;
five copies $27, ten copies $60.
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nre dollars, tiro eopleVWrjht ttolun, ! !.
Fifteen Dollars twenty copies Twenty Dollars,
Additions can be made to clubs at any time at
club rates.- Ten per cent commision allowed In
Agents getting up club;. In the case of parties
who obtain premiums, this commission will be
dedacted from the amount of the premium.
Papers not sent nnless paid in advance, and
Invariably discontinued at the end of time paid
Remittnncca can be made at our risk In Drafts,
fost-olllco Orders, or Kegiatered Letters.
GEO. KNAPP A CO., Bt. Louis, SIo,
LIVERY AND FEED
HAVE opened a Feed nnd Livery 8tablo at tha
brick stand formerly occupied by W. Mur
phy on ,Maln aires', In Tray, and keep on hand
IIuggicM. Hacks and Teams
HORSES KEPT on ressonablo torms, by the day,
week or montn. VJnlyl
STRAY NOTICE. Taken up by Thomas
H. Slavena of Bedford township, a dark
brown or blaek mule, small site, uobrnke, 3 years
old next spring. ' Appraised at ftO by Thomas
Simmons and John Q. Cox before C. Wheeler,
justice or peace, rtovcmbcr,Z3, 1871.
OTHAY NOTICE. Taken up bv Henry O.
O Duncon of Clark township, a brlndlo red and
white plded cow. some white in the face, 10 years
old, sti tied across the horns, marked with a
crop and nverblt in the left ear and a crop and
unueroit in me rignc ear. Appraised at $15 by
.Jonn Al. Lfyae anu oainuei jveynoiaa oeiure uuaa
IVhceler. juatiee of peace, November 25, 1871.
N OTICE ia hereby given that the undersigned
executora of the estate of F'anois Parker,
deceased, will make a final settlement of their
admlnistratioa of aaid estate at the next term of
tho Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to be
begun and held in Troy on tho second Monday
in January, 1H7Z. siuiuix I'AIIKKlt,) , ,
jvvm miAH w uicii t x rs
........... u, ;
Final Sen lenient
!V7 OTIflK llhorohv irlv. L..
IN admlnlilralnr til the estate of Vi
gruder, deceaaed, will make a flnal aj
bis administration or
term of the Probata
Missouri, to bo begun
NOTICE is hereby ilrea thst th nndcelgned,
administrator of the estate of, Kllaa 1).
Steele, deceased, will In obed'enee to te order of
the Probata Court of Lincoln
Inade at the October term, 1871, sell on ' v
Wednesday, January 10, 1872,
at tha front dnrir of the enrirt tinm. I th
tf Troy, Lincoln county, Miasoari, and dorlif
u. ciiion i me rrooate uoart or said bounty,
at tha January tern therof for 187, at publli
auction, tha real aalata h.lnn.ln. n ..14 ;i..m
ltnate In ld county and described as follows',
'to Wit t lota 2 and 23 tn the town of F.lmoutb.
"" ino loiiowing
TKKMS A credit of three months, purchaser
to give bond llh food and approved security,
beaiintt Interest at tha rata rr L n .- ... J
day of sala. ROBERT STRBLK;
oeo? AUm-r of est, af Etlaa'B. Stealadee,
eraler tf PiMleatieii.
TVOTjtCjS , hereby given that thatntrerstgned,
almlnlatrafrrx or tha estato of George (3.
7??,tn .de'd, on the Uth day of October,
1871, at the October lerm nr ,l,kv.ll.ix i' ..
of Lincoln county, Missouri, (or 1871. filed ber
petition as aucb administratrix fo: the sale of
in.. i email oi snirj deceased, or lo much
'i t0 M m'nt oe n,"'ry to pay tho debts
"J uecoasru, accompanied Dy tuo Data
and inventories required by law, and lhat'unlcas
iue contrary oe snown, an order will be tar.de fi
iiio . . oi said real estate at tha Jnnuary.term
oi aaid rrobato Limrt r,,r mil i,i.k i..'.m
bo begun and held at tho oourt houso In Troy,
M laann sl A L. . I a at . . J '
1872, when and whero all porvoni Intercatod In
s!d csUte will Appear and ehow cause why f aid
ne-flaa M al .L....f.i a 1 .a
'laavHsii via aiiu Btrounu Ainnni in . amiaa
vi ainuuiu noi uo granted
ortAii j. uuwKN. Admlnljitrntrli
oeo? or the estato of Geo. C. Bowen, dee'd
irlsni?u Sals' at' ncil
JT or Lincoln0 "o order of the Probnte Court
October term thcunty Missouri, majo at the
given Hint the undif. for 1871, notice is hereby
of Albert !-, Fen temped, guardian and curator
door In the town of TroyV'i t the court house
On Wednesday, JanT?1" f0UD'M-
during tho session of the rroba" 1872,
county, sell tho undivided ono hsfrurt of aaid
longing to the aaid Albert I. Fentcin, vest be
to the following described real estate, sll-i and;
aaid county nndatate, t i wit : 80 acres, the in
of tho northwest qr of section 14 township 50 'J
range 1 west, nnd upon tho following terms
Ono half cash, tho'balance In fi months, with 10
per cent, intcrcat from day or anle, purchaser to
giro oona wun gooa ana approveu security.
J, li. AiiLUiN, uusruian nnii uurator
n47nov23 of Albert I. Fentem.
I have just opened out a NEW
AND COMPLETE STOCK of
(jroods w the brick building of Mess.
Wooljolc cv CretOs, adjoining Mr..
Withrovfs saddle and harness store,
and will keep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OF
The Season being ihort I have JeUrmined
ON A I.I, GOODS.
fSf As I realised considerable loas by the
burning of my home, store and stock, I esrneatly
call upon all persona who ow mo to settle, I
need the money
Troy, Mo Nov. SO, 1871.
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
IIST TROY X
New Grocery Store!
F. H. STEPHENS
JONAS WILBORN & CO,
AVE rented tha building of Mr. James K.
Cannon, In' the south part of town, oil Main
street. They keep a supply of
PROVISIONS OF EVERY
THEY ARE AL30 DEALERS IN
Stone, Queen and Glasswo
of all dcacriptione,
Candy, Canned Fruits, Nuts,
Raining Pickles, Oymr
Sardines. Clia?o. uraik"
far. Naiirca. MHI V"arj.jl.v
I J. M. McLELLA
CAKE & McLELLAN,
Ileal Ettate Agents,
troy, Llicold f obbIj, Mt
Boy and (fell ind. Pay faxes tor Non
realdenta, Give Abstracts oa" Tltlea,
Write Deeds, Mortgages, Plata
-ot Lands, Ac
They Offer fof finle thf .FllewlRr
Ho. 1 Improvat farm, . 189 acres, k Yhirei
ii r J Anb,urn 2 nH' of rsllroaa and 1
V.. .i.riS?i,?rdl eulltvatlon.tS4
t0 ai T.a "ib- TtU" $3500, ono thili
caah, balauno on time.
No. SI Coal landA'mllea southwest of tror.
"i.Mn "hi '"''dl.'of the eoal fl.tds VrS
I"rice $2000, half rash, balance on time.
20? cr" onlmproved timber land
& miles south of Mlllwoooin.,d sdjn; w...
I'ricc 800, third cash, balance oPn loo
tmnfovd farm ilr Jn'n ..... , .
cottnly, 7 mile. o,, or Brownsville ,, Hoi"!
tonla.onth. St. l.oulsand I..iln.toa "allVoadV
200 acres fenced, I20 in .cultivation , a"Ie ln
irrast, ISO acre, good limber. hewid-loX'n .
wun o rooms, elstern nnd good wolli 3 prlns
.inlhe , rarm, log stable., Ill baring 'frollPt,...
Price $20 per acrc-WOTO cash, talarre, tc ,n .
purchaser. Good .l6hborhood anTaplcX
,?0Bn.ou,,, nnd ,o1 ln Troy, frame honfa
30 by 40 and one storv hUl, A . " . n'0
amok. h.... '.u .? .1 "nn,
n, shrubbery, Ao., lot 100 by
lliii sr.. nn
terms f IUUU enth,
cow'MI tT'r ?r.I" -f---. miles of Mo,.
W Mill. M n. r. Ir, ...!.!.. . .
timber, 18 benrin'g punch Hues
, ..V1 vuiiiriiMon. t
t,,in,.l, ..... . 1 "u
acre two.thlrda ca.n, bVlanoVon time.0
....I A,y . ..
i I. lii-TT. . mu" 'n"u! "O'lerl.ld with
Prico $20 per acre;
Iwo-thirds cash, bnlanco on time
ii. V 1.Tprovcd r"r,n of acres, one
mllo from the court house in Twy, 25 rea ?rl
cultivation, 23 acres in pa.tur. and me.dolv It?
tobacco tarn of fl I r Za ""e,,D,2W
hlibT.t,?,,r,'i.t0 ?" "nail farm. and
No. fl g" K""''' ,a Trur fur
iiouie, corn criufln ,
trees in boarlnfc. Ftu. V, 8' 1 Katoriea, amoko
caah balance oi tliho. V"'"' fB fruit
... , , , cre, iwo lb rds
No. IO Imnroved farm
south of Troy, 35 acre in cu ,
In grass nnd 30 aires timber, hou5."0' ,2. a"at
stories, kitchen 14 by 16, smoke ,"?'
stsble ihcded on two silcs, g'rann'ry, crlij8, 1 J
houso. All these lulldlngs aro nevr ani""1
stantlal. Well nnd iiond of atock watci,251
pie, 25 peach and 0 pear treca of excollcnt frut:.
Price 30 dola. per acre, two thirds caan balanee
No. It Ijinroicd farm of 200 acres. 5 mltos
northwest of Troy, 70 acre's in cultivation. ISO
acres timber, 2 story houso 18 by 20 with L kit
chen IB by 24 ono story, Imoke housb with cellar
undent 7 It amp, stables, corn crib, hevr 7-t er
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 trots id
bearing, consiatlng of apples, peaches, pearsi
plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries. New and
commodious school houae near, Prico 20 dole
per acre, half cash, balance on timo without in
No 13 Imnroved farm of 80 aoreJ 2W mile's
west of Chain of Hocks, in a QerdUn (leighbbr
hood, 40 acres in cultivation, 40 Acres fine timber)
houso, su.oke house, good well, atabletobacod
barn, apple and peach orchard, new school house
close at hand. Price 20 per acre, halfcaahj
baUnoo on time.
Ko. 13 Improrcd farm nf"200 acrea 4 miles
east Af Troy and 2 miles or Meacow mills, 100
acres fenocd, 80 acres in cultivation, 20 acres in
grass, 100 acres timber, 2-elory house, 20x30,
cellar under it, smoko house, splendid well, sta
bles, Isrgo crib, 2 tobscco bams, 150 apple .trees;
rears, peaches, cherries, grapes. Land prodnccd
0 bushels corn per acre this yecj. New school
house completed and paid for convenient. Prioe
$18 per acre, half cash, balance on time.
To Those wlie wish (e Buy or Sell
In thia enlightened age noV many purchasers;
strangers especially, hire conveyances and rlda
over the country in search of a farm tor sale.
when there is a Real Estate Aaency to be found.
We advertiae extensively and ayatematlcally, and
owners desiring to sell, add purchasers wishing
to buy, each earnaatly hunting fdr the other and
his own Interest, secure the greatest fJdsirblsl
safety and despatch on th one hand, and th.
least expenae of time and nioaey for aearoh on"
the other, by placing in bnr Agency the sail or
purcha e of any property', .
We require partes de.l,li to .ell nronartv Id
sign a contract describing the same, i,.u.lbgihe
length of time tha property is to remain, for sale';
prioe and terms, and binding the owner to'pay
onr commission if salo Is' effected. ..
Our CoamisslonavIftho price doesnot
exceed (800, oUr tJoramrsilon for sale will be f 20,
Hegular commissions on all sales,2 per cent'.
UAKB dc ileI,EI.I,AV,
Real Estate Agents, Troy, Mo:
CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN
KEEP A FAMILY
Grocery and Notion Storey
COR. MAIN AND CHERRY STS., TttOY, Ud:
eats prepared anv
me during: busineei
noma, and will.