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"Tin little Chip, r Staral the Heart!"
HENRI'S VOYAGE TO GREEN
LAND. Not long ago, boy
leased hit father to let
ltim go to sea.
Henry bad ao uncle who was captain of
tbip, and this uncle wai going on a
voyage) to Greenland.
Now, Greenland is a very cold country,
far, far, to the north of us. Tho rocks
and hills there are covered with snow and
ice almost all the time. Along the shore
Urge hills of ice, called iccborgs, are
formed ; and theso break away, and float
off to tho south, and there melt in tho
Ilenry went to sea with his uncle, in
the good ship "Banner." They had
not been out two weeks beforo they pasted
Urge iceberg. It shone and ppirklcd
in the light of tho rising sun, and Henry
looked at it a long while with wonder;
for it wsa much higher than the ship,
nd rose in sharp pinnacles, whito and
When they came in sight of tho coast
ofGrcenlad, Henry's uncle took him in
a. boat, with three of the sailors, to the
ahors. They left tho boat In a little
eove, and went up on the land, and there
aw some foxes.
Tbsn they went on the ico that sur
rounded a part of tho shore ; for Ileury's
uncle saw some ducks there, and thought
he could shoot them, but they (lew away
before he could take aim.
The weather now grew very cold and,
going back to their boat, they found that
the water about it was frozen so that
they could not move it. AY hat should
they do now ?
I will tell you what they did. They
went to the edge of tho ice, nnd made a
signal to tho man in the ship to come
with another boat, and talc them off.
As Henry eat there shivering on the
ice, ho thought of his nico warm home,
and wished ho was back in it before
good wood fire. But his uncle laughed
at him, and told him that the thermomo
ter was at only thirty degrees below
"I should think that was cold enough,"
said Henry. "I wish those fellows in
the ship would hurry along with that
boat: for wo tliall all freeze if we have
to stay hero much longer."
Then Henry saw two seals float by on
a cake of ice, and he was so busy watch
ing them, that he forgot he was cold;
and, when bo looked up, he saw a boat
ooming from the ship.
Soon it was near enough to take them
off from tho ice, and they found plenty
f coats nnd blankets in the boat to keep
Glad enough was Henry to get back
into the warm cabin of the good ship
"Banner " The 6tcward soon brought
them all foine hot tea, and they ate a
TIjp next day. they went on shoro with
axes, and cut out tho boat that was nip-
ned in the ice. and dragged it over the
ico till thev could float it in open water
Then they all set sail for the port of
Ftskernacs. Uncle Charles, in the Mr
J. B. ALLLN. W.M. T. 11AKE
AMJIV A BAKER,
Altorneys-at-Lavv, Agents Stale Ins.
Company and Real Eslale Agents, -
VI 7 E have a number of good farms for sale,
l among which nro tho following :
Farm ot Win. Crouch, I mile from Troy. Well
Farm of T. 11. Elliott, on the road between
Wright City and Truxton. Improvements good.
Farm of I'lljuh Owings, known as the San
defer place, 8 miles west of Troy, near Mexico
Helonginglog to the estate of Jos. Deleol
Office In tbo old P. O. Ilulldliir of W. A
1 1 ESPECTFULLY announeo In the cltiieus of
IX Trov, nnd tho country generully, that thev
hr nimntelelv refittert and remodeled Ihci'
Steam Orlst and Saw Mill, and nre now prepared
lo make as
GOOD AN ARTICLE OF FLOUR
as can be turned out at any mill In tho State.
Our customors will meet with prompt attention
t nil times.
WE WILL OltlSIl HEUUI.AK1.Y EVERY
and contlnuo grinding unlit (he mill is cleaned
WK WILL AIM TO SAW At LEAST TWO
DAYS IN THE WEEK.
March 1 1870 nlln6
XTOTICE Is hereby given that tho undersigned,
1.1 Superintendent of public schools of Lincoln
county, Mo., will. In neotrdanca with ihe school
law of Ihe Stnte, hold publio examination ol
teachers, on tho 1st Saturday of every month, at
th court house in Troy, and on ihose days only.
Teachers will please bear this In mind.
W. 8. PKNNINOTON. Sup't Publio Schools,
jn!5n24J Lincoln ouunty, Mo.
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE !
I IV TROY !
New Grocery Store!
HAS purchased the store room Just vacated by j
M. T. Hrltlon, Ho will keep a tupply of
provision or every
THEY AUK ALSO DEALERS IK
Stone, Queen and Gassware,
ot all descriptions,
Candy, Canned I'i-ihIm, NiiIm.
Kaininx, Pickle, OysivrN,
Sardincn, Checxc, Crack
ers, MpiccM, Salt, iViiIm, Ac,
THEY WANT ALL KINDS OF
For which the highest market price.
Till be raid,
cither In goods or cash.
JSSf Please giro us a call before purchasing
elsewhere, and don't forget the place.
ARE endorsed and prescribed by more leading
Physicians th in any other Tonic or stimu
lant In use. They are
A SUltr. PREVENTIVE
For Fever nnd Ague, Intermittent!, llllliousncsi
nnd nil disorders arising from malarious rau'os.
They are highly recommended us an ANTI DYS
PEPTIC, and in cac of InuiiikstioX aro inval
uable. A an A PPETI.EU and RIXl'PEHANT
and in cases of GKM.i:t. nr.nil.ITV they have nev
er, in a singlo instance, failed in producing the
mu happy remits, lhoy are particularly
IIKM.I'ICJIAI. TO FUMAIiES,
strengthening the body, Invigorating tbo mind,
anil gmng tune and elastieity to tlio whole sys
tem. The 11U.MK IlllltllS arc cunimiitinca
with erentcst care, and no tonle H I m 1. 1 1 ttt has
ever beforo been otTered to the public vt l"i.K sint
To run tasik and at the same time combining o
tunny remedial agents endorsed by the inert mi I
Irntermty as the bcjt linowu to iuei'normacopn:ia.
It costs but little tu give them a fair trial, and
l.cr Family Mioultl nave a iiottle.
Ho ureparatiun in the world can liro luco so
miny unfpjalif,t'il tndorseinents by physicians of
tho very highest standing in their profession.
j'Uluwtl iuho by the ttcrry autt the uaiting iitnom-
U. S. .MAIUSK IIOS1-1TAI., ft. l.ouls, Uct. b, I a. IS.
Jas. A. Jackson k Co. I have examined tho
formula for making tho ll.imu Stomach Hitters,
nnd used them in tills hospital tho last four months
I consider them I lie most valuatilc 11 nlcanil stim
ulant now In use. S. II. MELCIIER,
llesii"t Physician In chargcU. S. Marine Hospt'l
Jas. A. .Iacksox irUo. Ucntlemin: As you
havo communicated to tho medical profession the
reciiio of tho Home Hitters, it cannot therefore
be consiuercil as a liatent medicine, no patent Hav
ing been taken for it. We have examined the form
ula for making tho Home Dittcrs, and unhesitat
ingly say tin- combination's one of raro excellence,
all articles used in its composition nro tho best of
the class to wuicii tuey belong, Doing Highly Ton
ic, stimulant, stomachic, carminative nnd slightly
laxative. The uiorto of prcnailng them Is s'rictly
in accordance with the rules of pharmacy. Having
used Item, seen its effects in our privuto practice,
wo take pleasure in recommending tnctn loan per
sons desirous of taking bitters as being the best
Tonic and Stimulant now offered to public.
r UAKK u. I'UIWI.U,
l'rnf. Obstetrics and diseases of women, Collctro
ol Physicians nnd late member Hoard of Health.
L. C. BOISMNEHE, Prof, of Obstetrics
and diseases of woman, St. I.nuis Med. Col.
DKAKE McDOWEM., M. D.
Late Pres't Missouri Medical lollege.
E. A. CLAUK, M. I).
Prof, Surgery Mn. Med. College nnd lato Itcsld't
Physiciao Citv Hospital, St. Louis.
HEKBEltT PKIMM, Prof. Practical
Pharmacy, St. Louia College of Pharmacy.
J. (', W1UTEIIILL, Ed. Medical Archives.
Al.F'u llKtcorK, m u. Pr. O. V. F. Lcdwio
C. Okrickf, h.u. S. Uritx Moses, u.d.
C. A. Wabi:, m,u. W. A. Wilcox, m.d.
E.C. FRANKLIN, Professor
Surgery Homocpathlc Medical college.
J. J. Vastine, u.d. T il Comstock. U.D.
Prof midwifery nnd diseases of women, College
of llomcepatflie l'hyslcinns and burgeons
j.-vu. Li.ii.i5.tiA., ijoeturcr on
Diseases of Children, Hninnrnathic col lego of Mo.
CHARLES VASTINE, M. D. Prof of
Physlulnirv llomoenathio Med. Col. of Mo.
JOHN II A HTM AN, M. D , Prof clinical
Mfdlciuc, col. iiomoepathle rhy. and surgeons.
They are superior to all other Stomach llitters
iVMNO cAKDFRft, analytical cncrxiit.
No bitters in tho world can excel them.
S:uox llinscu, analytical chemist.
Eminent IMiytlclaua of C hicago.
The formula for the Homo llitters has been sub
milted to us, and wo believe them to be tho best
tonio und stimulant for general use now offered
lo tho public. II. Woodbury u D
(1 A Mariner, analyt I chcra. II a llatin "
J V . Illaney, Prof cbemst'y B McVicar "
Rush Medical College J II Walker "
N S names, M ti I T S lloyno R Ludlam "
JAHahn, " T T Ellis, Jas A Collins "
I'.mliipnt Phvilclans III Cliiclnntl.
Nearly all of whom aro Professors in ono or tho
other of tho medical colleges.
No other Hitlers have ever been offered to the pub'
lie embrncuii: so many valuable remedial agents
.1 L Fattier u l 1 L A James id I SP Bonner no
CTKIrapson " CSMuscrnft" OWBigter"
WT Taliaferro" J II lluckner" JJQuinn"
WUWoodwurd" (1 A'.Doherty" P F Malcy
C Woodoard " 0 K Taylor " R II Johnson
U K Taylor " D W M'Carthy SB Tomllnson
R S Wayne, Chemist.
Eminent Physicians lu Memphis.
Thelloiue Hitters nre an invaluable remedy for In
digestion dlsenies urltlng from malarial causes.
(1 11 Thornton 11 1, in charge ofUlty hospital
J M Rogers mi
II W Purnell '
Alex Ersklneu D
M U Hodges
M A Edmunds'1
Sanfnril Roll '
Jus E Lynch "
ICinlmcnt Pnvfclciiins lu PlUshurt?.
R F Dike u D I Win Clowes u n I I) II Wlllard n
W R Chllds j O Wulh.chtns't J II McClelland
And llut'dred of Others
In all parts of the North, West and South.
J E (lamer, n, Milwaukee,
Coc.NCit. Ui.srrs! March 27, 1871.
JakiES A.Jaokhun il Cu. Having examined the
formula of tho "Homo Stomach llitters," I hare
prescribed them in my praclfco for some time,
and pronounce them the best Tonio llitters now
in use. P. II. McMAIION, M. D.
gL$r For snle b Dr. S, T. EAST and M. S.
DALLINOElt, Troy, and all druggists u grocers.
Jamra A. Jackton .1- Co., Proprietors).
Laboratory 105 t-107 N. Second st , St. Lnuii:
MRS, MARY SEDLAQEK S
J ivt, i
notion & moi i: III STORE,
For cheap groceries and provisions,
and everything in the grocery
line, such as
do to Mrs. Scdlacck's.
Agency ol (lie Weed Family
Favorite Sewing Machine,
Call and examine this machine before pur
fi- Persons indebted to mo nro earnestly ro
quested to call and scttlo last year's accounts.
Mr. iTI. SEDLACEK.
Fcb'y 1, 1872.
WhoUtah and Retail Dealer tn
Watch Materials and Tools.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
210 NORTH FOURTH STREET
Between Ollvonnd Pino Streets)
St. Jjouis Jflo.
April 7, 1870
IJII1JJ i.lTfi. JJ.TJ
J.WALK.n Prnrlr. R II MenotAl.n CO, Pnif'.lin4
O...Ajl..Hjarrnrl.ei CI., ialtlsn41l Cosionr., bt.S.r.
am, I. IONS llenr Tcslniianr lUelr
Woiulillnl Cill'iillvr EllrrlN,
Theyara m.t vile I'nlH'S' Drlllll. lnaleot Poor
It 11 111, WhUlii'V, I'liinrSlili iU and Iteruno I.I-
fj It ora il'x t'ircrt. pleert iinrl nwri'tetiert lo plclf e the ratc,
c.vtlcil "Tunics" ".pi"tl,r'." ' ltc't"reM." &c., that
lev! the tlptilct ontiulrunUi.iie-. nnilr.ilii,lmtarentruo
Mv.llrlne.nia.le fruni ttu-Mitu'r Riots end llerbj ut Call
Iwnta. free fi'iim nil Alrnhollc htliiiuliiuta.
Thev are llio UK HAT 1II.OOI) IMtlt I Fl lilt an.t
A J.irU til VINIi I'ltlNC'll'l.j:. arcitiit r.eno.
vstor un.l ln;-ipr .Mr or thu Sy.telik CUT) lug oft all
noisonoiis mutter and restoring tliol l'l to a lieulthj eon
rlttlun. Ko wrinii rnu tike tlie'o Itlttcrs necrdhiR to
c'.ncctlons a'ld lemuin Inns unell.irol.leit llielr lmpa
aie not dutmyel livininer.il )wlm or niliir menus
and tliulurt ork"" OT-lert leyiuirt tlio r"it ft lepnlr.
They iifs n (ii'inlo I'liririttlvt! n well a
Twlllc, IHi.tes.hi;. I Nn, the l-ocnlinr int'tlt nf luting n
a row ot Till Hgelit ri r.'li'in('ini?ell."i ir Ilill.linlnatloii
of tlio I.lver, nn.l nil ili' isi-end Organs
roil A I.i: td'IPl.AINTS, In )onni m
olil, nmirlert 11 Mug'e, ui ll.o il 11111 if wtmiunhmHl or at
thntnrniirlire.tni-e' m.. Ultfia Imiu no iill.il.
rot- InlliiMiiiiiiIni)' iiii.I t:ii i-iinl.- Itliruinn
tUm 11111UJ011I, ID ;i'iln o.' l.iillKritliin, 1111
loiiH, Ui'inllleiil nnl I .lift i.'.illi'iit ! I'ra.
JM.i'niM'ti of lln- lllot.il. I. :.: I.l.lm nnd
Ulnilili-r, liiw llllli'i 1 -ui niii-irirt.
ttucli DlifiiHCM .1 11 .. "I Mllnti'd lllnnd,
whleh tgi-li' I i.ilj f 1 .' i,;e .111 tul the 1)1-
IIYM'EI'SIA 0:1 IV
Ialn til tin) M.nnMi 11..1' 1.
liltzlness, fimr Krut.ta'.i.iii',
. '1 ','h iiv.i 1 f tlif Clifl.
til.. I- or.i.'!i, ll.i.t Tnsle
. I -I it .tiiiiii of tlio llmrt,
i 11 1 , ti. ibflons ef tho
1 . . tn;.toi-.is. am tlio
In ttie .Muutli. llilien.
XnQaniuiatio.it f llio l.-nc . I 11
RliltidK. tti'l .1 1 ni.ilr.ilo 'i '
on.irhi';s or P?. m.
Tlmy Invk-MiMtl lh m -' '
lavuraii IlowuU. whl.'Ii r 1 t
caey !u rn'tiilnluv the LI. t '
llilf new life fllel tl-nr In I.i -i I
rott shin m-r..w..'.
Illliuin. l.lottlii 1., ml., ton 1 -hiinck",
llliiS'Ni'inH. c.i 1.. .1 .
lti-li.culfi. DUioloiH'.lm.. t UK'
tnsis nf tlukln.o n i.u 1 rl. 111
' '. fill 'i tlic tnri't'l
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. i.i.Iium. Totter, fall
i' i nil. i, llnlls, Car-
rm I res, Hrjeipclas,
-kin. Iliitnvrs ami Din
Uu2 u; nnd ritrrUrt n.lt tf III'
tl, "'ui thtso Ullte S. (I
y.'ein in a shert tiaio bf
i LolilA In sneli eases will
onTS.ee the i.ni'.t t.itp'l Imn cflhclr curative effects.
Cloanso tin) M We" I lie:itv r rn'i Und Its Ira
nurltlva l.iiislli. tl.ionsli :ln sl.la n l'lniohs, Krup-
lions or rior.'s; eleaii.'j H vluii ynu flnrt it ohstructcrtaiid
sluL'cl'.h In tlM U'his: cl'anso ltlicnlt Is foul, and
jour f.ielin.-s rli t !l r"u r her. Keep tho Ibid furc.
anil tliQ In-allhof tlnste'ii wnlfolloir.
I'ln, -I'aiM, unit olTit ! .Vji'.iih, larkta? In tlie
srsteui of so many tlioiisnnl., nro iffectiullr destrorcil
aud iviuo.wd. bays a Cllu.ul.hcd I hy.iotoiri'il. tliere
isscarcslr an inilitl.'.iinl iiiio.i llio face cf t'i3 earth
irhoio boily Is ra. lu:. from llio jiri s-neo of worms. It
Is not ii-iiiii the. h'.il.l- C'liieuts f tho l-o.tr that
-annn cxlvt.lu ii-"ll hi illselit.i-11 humors all'! Sinn)
lUim-ilts lliAt l.ri'iil llio... llvtin moiinteisof illseam'. io
,uytiin of Mi-liilm1. no -.trmiruvis, no antni-lnitntlrs,
nlll free tiif sy.tonl fioiil noini'l liko tlieso lltttfrs.
j. WAi.KKti. it. imf'or. n. ii. Mcdonald co..
Diujltl. a nmt dm. Anuria. Fan Fr.inclscn. Cuhfornla.
snl32ail ri (;iitii'iu-iTi.'-,r'et. .Ntn' Vork.
i-'n py " I'ti'iKii'- ami nnAi.nns.
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o(,:i,000 newspapers and estimates, showing tho
cost of advertising, nlso many useful hints to
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nf men who are known as fucceasful Adver
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BUILDS FLUES and CHIMNEYS, fcKPAIRS
JAMS and 1HCKS, WALLS nnd CEMENTS
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R; Rs Ri
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Oic lo Twenty MIdmIcs.
NOT ONE HOUR
rending this advertisement need any ono
KDWAY'S UHADY llliLIEP IS A
CUKE FOlt EVEHY I'AIN.
it was the first and is th.
Only I?n.in Remedy i
that Instantly stops tho most excruciating pains,'
allays Inflammations, nnd cures Congestions,
whether of the Lungs, Stomach, llowels, or other
glands or nrgrns, by one nprlkatlon I
IN FROM ONK TO TWENTY MINUTES, I
no matter how violent or ejcruclntlng tho pain '
tho Rheumatic, licd-rlddcn Infirm, crippled,
nervous, Iscuralgic. or prostrated Willi disease
The npplliatinn of the Heady Relief to tho
part or parts where tho pain or difficulty cilsts
will afford case nnd comfort.
Twenty drops In half a tumbler of water will
In a fow moments euro CM AMI'S. SPASMS,
SOUK STOMACH, SICK HEADACHE, 111
AltlllKEA, DVSEXrEltr, COLIC, WIXI)
l. THE VOWELS m J all IXTEHXAf, 1'AIXS.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Itnd-
)' Hearty Hcllt'f with them. A fnw drops
in water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It Is better than French llrandy
or Hitters ns a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for filty cents.
There is not a remedial agent In this world that
cures Fever and Ague and other Malarious, Bil
ious. Scarlet. Tvnhold. Yellow and other Fevers
(aided bv Matlway'a l'llla) so quick as Itad-
vraya itcaiiy iicuci. np.y cvuts per Lome.
Beauty ! !
STRONG AND PURE RICH ULOOD
INURE ASE OP FLESH AND
WEIGHT ULEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SE
CURED TO ALL.
HAS MADE THE MOST AbTONlSIJING CUHES;
SO QUICIC, SO RAPID AUK THE CHANGES
THE 1IODV UNDERDOES, UNDER THE IN
FI.UENCE OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL
Hvcry nay an increase in
I' I e mIi mill Weiiiht in
Seen and Eel I.
The Great Blood Purifier.
Etrr;i Ihim of tho SARSAPARILLIAN RE-
SOL EM' cominunlcttcs thrmigh tho Wood,
Sweat, and other fluids and juices of the sys
tem the njor oj life, tut it repairs the waste of
tho body with new nnd sound material. Semfu'n,
uiniuitijitifin, ljitittltititr llxntntf, tj leir 111 th
Tlirunt, Mintth, Tumor, XihIh in the Oluiuli and
oilier imrti of the uMi, Sore AV. Strumorom
illtrharin from the Ear; ami the irornf fount of
.lA'in ii.fof, t.rviitvmn, ftvr orrs, Seald Htatl
Itiiii Worm, Suit llhciim, Eruripttm, Aene, lllmk
Sjioti, Uorii.. Sicmtn, ami all leuittn of the lite
jirmeiile, are inliin fir euratlce range of thin
tcomltr of Mtnle 11 Chemitrti. anil a Adf. ' 1 ii'
ti.e icif irore to ani jurnon iinug it for either of
meie jormn oj uin'oie in jMtni power 10 eure llifnl
Not only docs tho Safhapiiiu ian Rf.soi.vknt
excels nil known rcmcilial scents in the euro nf
Ulironlc, r-crululous, t onstitutinnal, and Skin
diseases : but it is the only liositivo euro for
Kidney am! Bladder Coraplniuls.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
gum, lmrge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and
strengthen. Itadway's Pills, for tho euro of all
disorder of tho stomach, Liver, llowels, Kid
neys, lilndder, Nervous Discuses, Headache
Constitution, Onstlveness, Indigestion, Dyspep
sia, lillitmsne-s, isillnus tcver, Inllammntinn of
tho llowels, riles, nnd all derangements of the
Internal Viscera Warranted to effect a positive
cure, rureiy egctuuic, containing no mcrcurv
minerals orilclcRTious drugs.
A few doses of KAUWAY'S PILLS will free
tho system from all the above named disorders
I'rico sa cents per liox. h.it.o nv Dkiookts.
lie A it "l'Ali-i; AM) TULU." Smd one
letter stamp to RADWAY A- Co.. No. &7 Maiden
l.ano, Aeti lnrK. iniormation worth thousands
will be sent you. auglSvftuSL'
CHEAPEST PLAGE IN TOWN
KEEP A FAMILY
Grocery and Notion Store
COR. MAIN AND CHERRY STS., TROY, MO
Meals prepared any
time lnrinr business
Wo have lust fitted up new rooms, and will
give special attention to this department of our
H E KEEP
I KDSII 1U; VTS,
BUTTKH, LARD, BAUON, FLOUR,
And in fact an innumerable list of such goods,
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, NOTIONS,
and almost anything you want at tho
CHEAPEST PLAC; IN TOWN
Main Street Lot nnd Dwell
ing IIoiinc for Sale.
THE undcrsignod will sell on easy terms a one
nnd a half story frame dwelling and 1 lot
near the business part of the town J and 2 vacant
lots south of Cake k Rogers' Tanyard. VIII be
sold separately or together.
lxcill ahn tell u lot on, Main ttrcct, f)0
feet front by 100 back.
novtf MARTIN SEDLACKK Troy.
r. O. CAKK,
J. m. mcLellan.
n 1 I'll . i. . m
Real Estate Agents,
Troy, Lincoln County, lrj
lluy nnd Hell Land, Pay 't axes tor Xoti
: residents, Give Abatracts of Titles,
Vrlte Deeds, Mortgages, Plats
ot Lands, Ac.
Tliey OtTer fr Sale th Following
Mo. I Improved farm, 189 acres, 3 miles
dorthwest ol Auburn, 2 miles of railroad and 2
miles of rock road, .15 acres In cultivation. 154
ncrcs splendid timber, hewod-log bouso 'A to-
rlcs, stable and corn crib. Prlco $2500, ono third
cash, balance on tlmo.
No. U Coal land (1 miles southwest of Troy,
40 acres In tho rnlddlo of the coal fields and
Ithln 100 yards of tho shaft at tho Link inlno.
Price $2000, half cash, bnlanco nn timo.
No. 3202 acres unimproved timber land
.K miles south of Millwood n.ul adjoining West
prairie. Price 800, third cash, balance on fcng
So. -I Improved farm of -100 acres In Saline
county, "J-, miles eisl of Ilrownsvlllo an I Ilous
tontn,ontho St. Louis and Lexington railroad ;
200 acres fenced, 120 in cultivation, CI) ncres in
grass, 120 acres good timber, hcwcd-log house
with 5 rooms, cistern nnd good well; 3 springs
nnthe tarui, log stables, 117 benrlng frull trees.
Prlco $20 per acre roOOO cash, balance to suit
purchaser. Good neighborhood and splendid
No. 5 IIoiiso nnd lot in Troy, framo house
30 by 40 and ono story high, 4 rooms, closcj,
araoke house, cistern, shrubbery, Ac,, lot 100 by
100 feet, 21 0 yards from town spring. Pries -nd
terms $1000 cash,
No. C Farm of 111) acres. li miles of Mos
cow Mill, 20 acres in cultivation, 1)9 acres good
timber, 18 bearing peach trees Price $20 per
acre, two-thirds cash, balance on time.
No. 7 5-1 ncres timber land, underlaid with
coal, 2Ji miles of Moscow. Price $20 per acre,
two-thirds cash, balance on time.
No. H Improved farm of 0.1J-4 acres, ono
mllo from the court houso In Troy, 25 acres In
CJltlvation, 2:1 acres in pasture and meadow, 100
nvo year old appie trees, 'a peacli trees, 4 j ncrca
nicnuid tlinoer, z stoly Irame 18 by 24 and an
I story its ity 21, nil in good repair, smoko
nouse, cnicacn nouse, stauius and crib, A .o. I
tobacco lam of 6 tiers, good well. Price and
terms $35 cash per acre. Jukt the placo for a
person who desires to carry on a small farm, and
nlso get the benefit of good schools in Troy for
No. O Improved farm of 80 acres 3H mile
cast ot irov, io acres in cultivation, oj acres
good timber, log houso 10 by IS, 1 Uslories, smnko
nouse, corn criti nnd staples, 125 young fruit
trees in bearing. Price $:I5 per acre, two thirds
cash balance en time.
No. 1(1 Improved farm of 80 acres 2 mllas
south of Troy, ;I5 acres in cultivation, 15 acres
in grass and oU acres timber, houso If, bv IS. 1 14
stories, kitchen 14 by 115, smoke bouse, cellar,
stable shelled on two sides, granary, crib and hn
nouse. aii incso uuiidings ni)i new and suu
stantial. Well and pond of stock watci. 25 np
pic, 25 peach and fi pear trees of excellent fruit
I'rico JU dols. per aero, two thirds cash balance
No. II Improved farm of 200acros. 5 miles
northwest of Iroy, i0 acres in cultivation, 130
acres timber, 2 story houso 18 bv 20 with I, kit
ehtn lfi by 21 one story, smoke house with cellar
under it 7 It deep, stables, corn crib, new 7-t er
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 trcts in
hearing, consisting uf apples, peaches, pears,
liliim?, npricots, nectarines, cherric. New nnd
commodious school houso near. Price 20 dols
per ncre, half cash, balanco on time without in
terest. No 12 Improved farm of SO acres IV, milei
west of Chain of Rneks, in a fierman neighbor
hood, 40 ncres in cultivation, 40 acres fine timber,
house, smoke house, good well, stuble, tobacco
bam, apple and peach orchard, new school house
closo at hand. Price $20 per aero, half cash,
balance on time.
Nn. I.'l Improved farm of 200 acres 4 miles
east of Troy and 2 miles of Moscow mill", 100
nercs fenced, 80 acres in cultivation, 20 acres in
grass, 100 acres timber, 2-story house, 20x30,
coilnf under it, smoke houso, splendid well, sin
ble, largo crib, 2 tobacco bains, 151) applo trees,
, peacnes, cnerries, grapes. J, and prudnecl
50 bushels corn per aero this yeai. New school
house comtilctcd and tmld for convenient. Price
$18 per ncre, half cash, balanco on tlmo.
No. I I 140 acres, improved farm, 50 ncrcs
fenced and in cultivation, splendid timber, in
cluding a good sugar camp, .10 bearing fruit trees,
two-story log house, lathed und plnstercd, smoke
house and outbuildings 11 splendid springs on
the farm, This larm is fivo miles from Troy nnd
half that distanco from St L k K Railroad. Price
Xo. 15 1150 acres of splendid land located
noar tno north lino of this county. Tho rock
road from Auburn and (he St I. k K ltr bolh run
through this tract. About one half of this land
Is fenced and hns six dwelling houses located at
different points on it. Stables, cribs and tobacco
barns nic large anil well built, and at convenient
points on tho fnun. The entire tract is offered at
tho very low figuro of $20 per acre. Or we will
sell tracts of 80 acres, 120 acres, 100 acres, 200
acres: at a small advance on the nbovo iirice.
according to tho Jmp'ovcmcnts nnd location of
tho particular tract desired by the purchaser,
t T 1 .1 T -
no. lo improved larm ot au acrei
fenced and 40 acros in cultivation, larae
bouso, Btorios bi"h and a kitchen 12x
16 ; spring within cliort distance, 4 cood
springs on place ; 100 fruit trees of ap
ples, peacnes, encrncs, plums, pears
within ono milo of a grist and saw mill,
4 miles south of Troy. Price 15 per
No. 17 144 acres, small bouse and
about 15 acres, cloared and undor fence,
129 acres of timber, 5 miles north of
Troy. I-rico 8500.
No 18 Four well improved, splendid
larms, laying in ono body of uZbh acres
will bo sold separately or together. 1C0
acres has large dwelling house with
rooms, 2 porches, part of tho house new,
beautiful eitc, with largo shade trees in
yard, 2 tenant houses in tho yard, smoko
bouse, well of living wator and a cistern
new barn 150x44; old stable; granary,
corn crib; plenty ot stock water; ouu
young thrifty apple troes of selected frail,
10U choice fruit trees in bearing, and
never fail any year. All well fenced in
fields of convenient 6izo, pastures and
meadows well set in grasi and clover, 30
acres of fino timber. This is, and haB
been for years, tho model farm of the
township. Price 830 per aero. 100
acres has dwolling houso 1A stories high,
is ihx'JU with Jj kitchen, corn crib and
stable, all now ; 40 acres fenced and in
cultivation, 120 timbor. Price 820 per
acre. 120 has dwelling 16x32 with an L,
porch on south side of house, smoko
house, cistern well, stablos and cribs;
land all well fenced, GO ncres in cultiva
tion and moadow. Price 825 per acre.
85"; acres, 40 acres in cultivation 15 acres
in mcadnw no buildings a acres timber
Prico 820 per aero. Price of tho entire
tract of 525 acres 822 50 per acre.
Torms 83,000"casb, balanco on timo.
No. 19. A now two story dwelling
nouso anu e lots in tho town of Troy
Tho house is 16 x. 2G with an L 10 28,
a portico in front and porch on tho back,
u largo rooms and 1 closet, a living well
and a largo cistern, smoko houso and
stablo. A largo number of fruit trees
in bosriMsj, foasisiing applss, paoli,
svtool cherries. Mnrilln ,..:..
n.,lr, .- wtl.t . . -""'LJ,
To TftMo wli wish l ft))- op 8li
In thli enlightened age not many purchasers,
stranger, especially, hlro conveyances and ride
over the country In search of fnnn fr sale,
when there Is a Heal E.tni. A..-.. ... i.- i '
We advertise extensively and systematically, and
.... ....,H , nu purchasers wishing
o buy, each earnestly hunting for the other and
his own Interest, secure the greatest possible
tardy and despatch on the one hand, and the
t" .1Xp0T f t!D,e naA mol,,Jr ,or rch on
the other, by placing in our Agency tho sale or
purchn e of any property.
Wo require parties desiring to sell property lo
sign contract describing the same, naming lh0
length of tlmo the property is to remain for sale,
prico nnd terras, nnd binding the owner to pay
our commission If a sale Is effected.
Our ommlsaloiii. If the prico does nol
exceed $800, our commission for sale will be $20.
"B"1" euiniuusions on all sales 2J per cent.
CAKK e Mcl.KI.I.AN.
Real Estate Agents, Troy, Mov
TVOTICE Is hereby given that letters teita-i-'
mcntnry wcro irnintn! in n,n n.t..t...t
on the estate of Alexis Palmer, deceased, b thu'
Ucrk of tho Probato Court or Lincoln county,
Mn . nr. tl.n 1 . I. .1 r T , '
' i v.. ..iu uhv ui aianunrv. int-z.
All persons liavlna claims aisalnst aatd ixlnti.,
aro required to exhibit them to the executor
for allowance within ono year from tho date of
said letters, or they may be precluded from nnv
ueneut ot said estate; and if not exhibited
within iwo years from tho dalo of said letters
they will be forever barred.
fehl WILLIAM PALMER, Excbutor.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned,,
administrator of tho estato nf .1. I'.ir.
Sinn, deceased, will make a final settlement of
his administration of said estate, at thn nmi
term of tho Probato Court of Lincoln county,
Missouri, to bo beeun and held In Tri'V nn tbn
second Monday tn April, 1872.
janion.ip liAUllKNUK SINN, Adm'r.
Males and Females,
TROV, 1IISSI OKI,
THE SL'COND TTHJI OF THE SIXTH AN
NUAL SESSION of Troy Christian Insti
tutc, will commence on
MONDAY, FKIlIiUAIiV, 12, 1872.
and close on Wednesday, Juno 20th.
TP.ItMS nil! TWHXTY WEI'KS.
Collegiate Dcpartmcns 20.00
Academic " 15.00
Primary " 7.50
Contingent Fee 1.011
flcrmnn, French, Music, Drawing and Book
Wo havo Increased our Faculty by tho addi
tion of ono or more teachers, and feel able,
under present arrangements, to give Students all
the advantago they will have elsewhere.
Wo havo room in the Hoarding department
for a largo number of boarders, and it Siudents
nro entrusted to our exclusive care, both In the
school and in tlio amity, we will bo ro'pnnsihlo
for their mnrsl culturo while with u. I'y en
trusting children to us, pnrenis may feel assured
that they will be as carefully guarded as at their
Wo want Active. Kanicst voiiiiet Men
Ulld I.mllL'i. who realize the Importance of
life, and appreciate good advantages.
yZfr Ono half of all bills nro duo when tho
Student enters : remainder at closo of Term.
We Insist on the observance of tills re
Charges ilatc trom beginning of Term, except
on spicial contract. No deduction suvo for pro
tracted sickness. Addrcs
J. R. GAFF, A. M.,
II. IP. HCJEJflJPJEK,
KEEPS A FIHST-CLASS
F UK It IV ITU K STORE
FURNISHED TO ODRER.
FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
May , 187" v7nl5yl
WAGONS! WAGONS! WACOM!
F. . HARBAUM,
KEEPS ON HAND AND
Wagons and Flows.
On short notice and in good stytet
A FINE LOT OF
A NO. 1 PLOWS
NOW ON HAND.
The Rest of seasoned Wood uscu
in all Work.
HE ALSO HAS THE COUNTY RlflHT Full
Malting- and Stl in &
Ihe Eclipse Churn,
Btsi in the Market.
VOTJTt BUSINESS TN THE HERA..
IT Wilt tAV.