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LOCAL AND COUNTY.
Wo havo had sovcral timely showers
within tho past week, which will assist
We are glad to -see a correspondent of
the Dispatch setting forth tho claims of
Judge Bucknor for Congress.
Dentistry, Dr. J. 0. Goodrich will
h in Troy on Monday, the 20th inst,
to remain one week. Office with Dr.
TAT! Chinch Bua.-We are sorry to
(learn that at in addition to the thinness
01 luo wueav crops an over insj coumj,
the chinch bag ha mado its appearance,
and is very bad in some neighborhoods.
Tho Sheriff of Washington county has
written to Sheriff Wing that thero is u
man in jail in that county for horso
stealing, who answers to tho description
of Uuyatt, tho murderer of Carter.
Thero it a petition beforo the County
Court for 'tho formation of a now town
ship in the northwestern part of this
county, to bo called Nineveh. We will
give tbe boundaries next weok;
Seo tho new advertisement of that
oxcellcnt druggist and clever gentleman,
Dr. S. T. East. He is doubtless ono of
the best druggists in the state, and be
sides keops everything in his lino that
you may call for.
The saloon question, whioh has been
agitating our town for somo time, was up
before the Court this week, and licences
wcro granted until tho August term noxt,
at whioh time, it petitions complying
with tho requirements of the law arc
filed, of courso they will bo continued.
Tho petitions, with a majority of the
tax-payers signed thereto, have to be
filed on or beforo the 4th of July next,
in tho County Clerk's office
Countv Deiit Ueduci:d. Our County
Court, with an cyo to tho welfare of the
people, has bought in 512,000 of our rail
road bonds, for which it paid 85 cents on
the dollar, making tha bond j cost only
$10,200, a clear profit to tbo county on
the face of tho bonds to tho nmounnt of
1,800, and a saving or SG00 on the
price of tho bonds at this date, they hav
ing taken a rise from 85 cents to 00 cents
on tho dollar, wilh accrued interest. This
speaks well for tho fiuancial management
of our officials, as well as the riso docs
for tho standing of our bonds.
The CoNccitr. Wo aro imormod that
tho musical concert, notico of which was
given last week, for tho benefit of the
Presbyterian Churuh at this placo, will
como off at Christian Instituto Hall on
tho evouingi of Monday and Tuesday,
tho 27th and 28th inst. Tho Concert
will bo an excellent offaiar, wo know, for
our bcBt musical talent is engaged ia it,
and thon tho object is a worthy ono.
Persons wishing to attend will do well
to purchaso tickets at au early day. Tlio
hall will ba well filled, for' who docs not
love to hoar good music? Wo wish the
enterprise the success it so justly de
serves. Our Financial Status Auroad.
Mr. Walker, of tho Missouri and Iowa
constructioD company, in a conversation
with Jadgo Ingram ono day this weok,
said that the financial condition of Lin
coln county is better than that of any
other county in the state. He wont to
a bond broker of St Louis to inquiro into
tbe valuo and
standing of our bonds and
i thov command a h;,..',
. . A i .1 . i. i
price than any countv bonds on tho
fui iuiu tuuii niuy vuinuiuuu u nisucr
market. On beinc asked wbv this was
the cbo, the broker replied, that tho
financial affairs of this connty were tho
best managed in the state, and that
Cooper county was tho noxt best.
Another incidant also spoaka well for
the oonGdence roposcd in us from home.
An Eaatorn bankor somo timo sinoo iu
vested in about $10,000 worth of our
bonds, and took them East, whero ho
realized a neat little profit. Encouraged
bythis speculation,, ho has written Mr.
MoLellan that he is coming here shortly
for the purpose of investing moro largely.
The Countv Central Committee.
The gontleuion composing the County
Democratic Contral Committee, elected
at the rocont township meetings, met at
the courthouse last Tuesday, and organ
ized by elooting Judgo W. W. Shaw
chairman, and Mr. John McDonald socro
tary. Tbe following named gentlemon
compose the committee : Judgo W. W.
Shaw of Waverly, ohairman ; Mr. John
MoDonald of Bedford, socretary; Capt.
R. Wommaok of Millwood. Messrs, M.
D. L. Verdier of Union, Richard Wells
of Hurricane, L. T. Drydon of Monroe,
J. M. Wilson of dark, und "Wm. Jon
nings of Prairie, Tho ohairman was
authorized to call a Democratic mass
aeeting to select delegates to represeut
this county in any oongfeasiontl or state
tfonventioo, in the avenl one should bo
ailed b, tha State Democtatio Central
Committoe. The Committee thon ad
ouro4 aatiUhe sseead Monday ia Aa
Post-Office, Trtov, Mo.)
May, 13, 1872.
Mr. Editor: In tlio flitpalch of the
00th ult. there appeared an editorial
whioh reflects eeriuus churgea upon this
office. I went to tho editor of said pa
per and requested him to correct it,
j which he promised to do "with pleasure,"
but which ha failed to do. It U true-
he oloars mo of nil blame in his last
article, but throws it upon persons for
whoso nots I orn held responsible. lie
says, "Wo expressly stated that wo did
not know where the fhult was ; it is itn
possible that wa should know." After
wards : "This we do know : tnntl nf tlm
miltakea complained of occurrmi In hi,
iab80nca . Aether they occurred here or
0f0ffbcro WO know not." Now it is
plain that had they occurred anywhere
clso, my absenco would have had nothing
to do with it.
Tho facts in tho case aro just theso :
On tho day that ho says ho fent a pack-
ago to this offico, it was brought horn-by
a boy, about noon, after the mail format so fuslnonablo last summer. They 1
Wontzvillo had been closed, the boy say- Iconic in diess patterns, with a laco pat-'
lug that ho wanted tho packaga to go off ,
in "to day's mail." Mr. Ellis, who was
staying while I was gono to dinner, know-'
ing that no othor mail left aftor that time
of day, unlocked tho mail bays, as we ,
frequently havo to do. for that paper, of this linen for travelling. Plain pat
and put tho paekngo in tho mail without ! terns may be trimmed with white, brown
lookiiiL' nt tho address, sunnnsim? from or buff Cluny laco. This laco can bo
what the boy f aid, that it wa3 to go to
the railroad. '1 ho packago should have
- , rl n
gone to Truxton. It did not return un
til it was too late for tho Truxton mail.
Tho editor of tho Dispatch, upon in
quiry into tho matter, found out all
about it. Mr. Ellis says ho told him
exactly how it occurred, consequently he
must havo known, beforo going to prca,
that the packago was not "kept out of
the mail bags" hero, or that it was not
taken out by the postmaster at Hawk (
Point. I mako this statement to relieve !
the postmaster at Hawk Point of tho
charge, as well as myself.
Tho editor speaks of tho irregularities
of tho mails, and says that his mars aro
delivered regularly ovcry week at this
office. In regard to this I must say the
reverse. His paper has been published
very irregularly, as tho subscribers of
Troy can testify ; and sinco he com
mccced to publish it, it has failed several
weeks to como out, and on more than ono
occasion several days bobind timo. Ow
ing to Ii'h having the outside of his sheet
printed in Chicago, hi had to change
his day of publication, and failed to got
out his paper that week also.
I do not deny that I niuko mistakes as
well as ovcry other postmastor, but I am
not content to have errors t'.iataro caused
by tho carelessness of others charged
upon me and other postmasters. Every
day brings letters and papers hero that
should go elsewhere.
B CHUMP, P. M.
Remember the musical concert to bo
given on the 27th ncd 28th inst.
Plenty of good Irish potatoes for lato
planting, 81.50 per hushol, and a large
quantity of excellent sweel potato plants
at Bufialo Nursery. Mr. Shultsalso has
a good span of work mules, 4 years old,
which he will soil for $150 00. Thoy
A Kcw Tiling iu Troy.
J. P. I.YNOTT b HAUDWAUi: STORE.
Haidwaro at hardware store prices.
Buy no moro hardware at dry goods
stores, but go tod, P. Lynotts
you cau CuJ anytnl"K " 1,10 hardwaro
10 per cent. lcrs than you havo been
.1. ". .1
paying lor iuo tamo aiueics at ury iiouus
, butts, hiuyo'. sorows. files, a'scs. hatchets.
.skovols, spades, forks, wrenches, locks of
all kiuds ; the fuust lot of table cutlery
over oueret in iroy, at w per cent, o-s th, to do with boaut But j havo
than can ho boupht in the stores. I buy , ,. , . , . , . .
moro hardwaro than all tho etores digressed from my hairy subject. No
Troy put together, and buy it nt least 10 hack ourls aro worn as formerly, but sira
per cunt, less, uud yivo tho farmers tho ply ono, two, or throo long curls on ono
benefit, of it. A Quo lot of Molino and js;j0 of tllQ hair hich u arrang0li in a
Industrial Plows on hand : tho Yatiui- . , . ., , ., ,.
vcr Corn Planter, decidedly tho best twl!,toJ or bra,lkd c011- lllQ frout
planter in uso, also a fino lot of hand t arranged a la Pompadour, that is, drawn
planters; Agricultural Implements at fao-1 back from tho forehead, and is not bo
tory retail prices, wiudow tush and class. colring to ovorybody. I wouldn't ad-
(he ladles .- A nice lot of fancy painted
toilet sets, Japauncd and pressed tinware,
scisiors, fluting, and ull kinds of the best
quality pinking irons, smoothing irons,
ladies pocket knives, silver tea and table
spoons, &o , &c. Don't fait to call and
cxamiuo goods and prices boforo purchas
ing. J. P. LYNOTT.
I'OH CIII2.U Gitocioitir.s
Gill on J. Wilhorn, Troy, Mo., who will
for the next CO days sell nearly at cost,
QUEKN AND GLASSWAIIE OP Alh KINDS.
Call first and get your Choice. nllm8
Tomato, Beet, Karly I'ork and Early
Wyman Cabbago plants, lOo. a dozon or
50o. hundred, at Buffalo Nursery.
Biazilian White Swcot Potato plants SOe
per 10 ; other Sweet i'otato ylants 40,
yep 100, a) .'flkilo Nursery,
Our SI. Lculs Fashion Letter.
Correspondence) of tbo Lincoln County HoralJ,
St Louis, Mny IU, 1872.
Dear Herald: Now that tho weather
has decided to be settled, tho ladies have
put away winter clothing and are arrayed
in ull tho light and airy matorials of sum
mer, Wlulo tho weather of tho provious
few weeks lasted, you would meet velvet
cloaks and lace shawls in cloee proximity
on tho street, and either would seem ap
propriate for tho changcablo April days.
Uhito dresses of all watonal will be
etcator favorites' than ever. They nro I
handsomely made, trimmed with ruffles, !
.-.i.- . .t. i.!.. ..m. i
tn tho waist. It would really rcquiro n .
laundress almost an cntiro day to got up1,,
ono of these diesscs as thev arc exhibited
in tho stores, with every ruffle fluted
Some are mado with wide jaconet mscr-1,
tion and groups of tucks, and aro much
more cssily "dono up," which is certainly
a recommendation in their favnr. Crown
linen will bo mora worn than buff, which
tern stamped on them in black, they '
tell for from
from 85 00 to $20 00 a pattern,
U to tho fineness of tho material
and beauty of tho pattern. Nothing is i
prettier or moro serviceable than a suit
purchased from 25 cents up, according to
A calico dress may bo mado up to look
at ttylish as nny other kind of a dresa.
There aro prettier patterns this year than
ever before, and it is perfectly bewilder
ing to stand at the calico counter of any
of our largo stores and select a calico.
Each new piece showu seems more pleas
ing than tho prcccoding, and iu despair at
being more satisfied, wo select tbo last
shown. "London emoke" calico is tho
latest, It is such a mixture of black and
white that it appears to bo a very dark
gray. '1 ho designs aro generally black
vines and flowers, ery thickly sowu on
a whito ground. A polonu'uc of this,
cut into squares, scollops or point?, and
bound with bliek, looks well over any
land of a dress, oven if it 13 calico.
Borthcs or fichus arc again i'afchionable,
although tho sevcu years ha-o uot yet
expired. You know it it is said that
fashions repeat theniaclves every seven
years, and it is but four jcarj tinea I
remember haviug worn a. Marie Antoinette
fichu. It would bo well to have tcven
truuks, and at tho cud of each tcisou
pack clothes away until seven yoars have
passed, and then they will just bu fash
ionable again. So for each succeeding
year, ono would bo oblige ! to purchase a
now supply of clothing, but after the
seventh could go back to tho old ones.
That would bo a grand plan of oeounmy.
Tho hair is worn plainer uow than
since tho days of our granduiothers, when
the hair was coiled iu a little knot, the
size of tho palm of my hand. Some oven
go to that extreme now, and wear-only
their own natural (not bought) hair.
nu l.l.l.. .1- ii.!.. .i ....... .t
1 have been so extremely fashionable as to
i have destroyed their hair by burning and
crimping it, and consequently hate only
a few straggling locks remaining, which
aro twisted in a tight coil at the hack, uud
then the front hair is drawn back over a
tight roll. It gives 0110 quite an old
appearanco ; I was about to fay "old
maidlsh," but I won't, for "old maids"
are sensible enough to try and hido tho
1 defects of nature by artificial means, and
so perform 0110 of tho Grst duties of wo
raan kind, vis : to look as well as possi
. . . i,t. ...i:.i,j
"Boauty unadorned" is a humbug and
"falsity. You can't
I could. Dress and "Dxins" havo every
' auopiing una eiy ic, utncss 11 is uccoming,
1 will cling to curls as long as tho Herald
furnishes mo enough money to purchase
them, and I can find hair pins to fasten
them. Long may that bo.
S. McK. F.
For choico family grocories, go to J.
Wilborn'B, on Main utrcet, Troy, Mo.
All orders left with him will bo filled
and dolivorcd in good order. nll-3m
IJEOM tip unitcralgncd on tlio ZStli of April,
. 1S72, n brown .work maro, oolfar mnrlt on iacli
Miloof tlio neck, la about Wt haiuls lilgh, ami
betwevu 8 nnd, 9 years olil, blioulj nny ono 6co
tlils'mare, tlioy wflt confor.a favor liytaktuc tier
ui and notifying nic, an J bo rownnlctl for tliolr
trouble j, w. UAliliis,
u!92ir Lou'avlllo, Lincoln co.Mo,
iVaaiti direct JliOt and H5vcSl
eiif? naouse lor Sale.
T1IH undersigned will tell on easy terms a ono
and a half (lory framo dwollinjj and 1 lot
near tlio builneu nrt of tbo town nnd 2 vHcnnt
lots douth of U.il;o A Iiogeri' Tnnynid. Vill bo
soKl fci-arntcly or together
twill ahm self n Tot mi t17Si street, 50
UeeVrmt by 100 back
M.VKSJN eUtACKlC Troy.
Stop and Think !
The Best Bargains at
NOVELTY CASH STORE.
TllANKS, FrUENDS. TlIANKS I I de-
piin to thank tho citizens ol this comma
uity for tho liberal patrotiayo bestowed
unon mo in inv business transactions with
m mil nd I linvn nnrnrnl fiMntlinrl
'nn,l.Complotc stock of Notions, &o ,
tbL.n, for n continuation of their
favors. As heretofore, L will toll
goods cheaper than they can be bought
,.. nc h,, my storo.
j.lU a jur(,0 of ,0ot3 ami sllO03 fnr
men, women and chililien, which I will
fell for very little advanco on first cost ;
I "J40 a "nl'l li,!(0f ,1'M n,ld .P0"'
oheap ,'' l1l0J caI1 bo bought cU-o
w,cre of eamo qunlity. And speaking of
mooencs reminds mo ot thirty odd years
1 "gc. wlicn "icar was sold nt 20 pounds
"r fi,lvc lo""-".1"1 H'o money was
cflU!Hy as lf3tt' 33 lt 13 no"i though not
Call at tlio "N
Novelty Cash Store," on
tho corner of Main and Chcrrv.
nlG W. S.CUOPEK.
If you want SHOES, tho "Novelty" is
tho place to save 25 nor eent. Corner of
Main and Cherry, Troy, Mo.
W. S. COOPEU.
If you want GROCERIES at what
they aro worth, call on W S. Cooper at
tho Novelty Cash Store. Don't bclievo
what others fay, but call ; it is no trou
lil c to show goods. I was told by a lady
that a mcichant said my j'ood.i were yery
inferior, but after cxaminiuu them sho
bought, and said she would call again.
Tho "Novelty" sells II ATS very cheap.
Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls and Boys nip
plied very cheap. Call and e. No
lions, Qui'onswaro nnd Glassuaio cheaper
than they can be bought el-cwhcrc.
W. S. COOPEU.
AGENT AT NEW H )?E FOR,
CI. Anltmam S& CJo.'s
" SweepstakeS "
Tlio Only Gonulno
ThvcuUin g Ma alt In e.
H. AnWraan Ci Co. Xioot Ci T-la",
ilnnufactiu-cM, (" n'l Ai'l ',
C-iatoa, Ohio. -'i. Iionl3, Il'o.
rWQ STYLES or Elcr.SH P0VERD,
BolS Light ind Ten Hone.
T2io Iiaprovotl "Cary" Powor.
"Zha f3onsioaD:ivln; I?0T7cr, cither
"LZouutoil" or "BoTrn."
A ccT.nuriJaUle tnibitton exliU among Thrcih.n
-tu own t..c Lcsl Machine In the iieiKliborhoot!.'
Notl.in2 i. ncre dUari.aMc to them than to hac
fn-Kii cot, ' a th-t tJit'if work Ii not pontrl) doi.e,
or to lite .1 tlrre Ly rc?sor. of brcakuBe., 11 1
tl.cy caunot be too carclul In .cUtling 1 M.cl.ir.c,
XUo Cts-or.':f.ta!:c.i ia iho ncorclltoj
tlCfl "f 1 ' S '" tanlly, ar.u In
6Ul'i 'lloa iTRKNCI il, d-Jiab.lit)-, limjlllllY, rl.e
ef dr.'t, tt, Iu of f.n! i, in I 11 l.ir im.iliins tui
rUn.nr r;iin fit for li.J.-Ul, U.ICI ir.J j.ttcr than mi)
tturr, t.ic &kMuovlcdc.i.
'o fii'eut rrT.'.iitlr.u riJilorctl 'j
t-in 1 tv.itc Mv!..t.c Ii. . ua .e-cr.t untcrupult ui
1 ui. ijctLivia and m hick . a t-tnti to ttuch the nat-.c
el "bWLLI'STAKI o" In tune jy ft oll.er to their
' '. . . ar.J tlvrrti eneiit-, ta n-.ilcsi an.l deeeive.
'lo avoid e iccj-lic-n lea iliai every Mi.cnlne l.a. the
card 'C. Aultmrn ?c t.''' . Mani.f.ictjreri, Car.trn,
OMo.,' In Kiltletrcr., cop;-iCLtfL:iy on U:h llJcl of
'XIio Oonr.lno fjiTospatrtlira oitaulcn
liO tlirerlioi- lJ iU1l M timr-mrn, eeUfin noj-.
rv,iaii, Is.ti m'i.h longer than othcu, aaic. much
Erananrs an I vexation, d'el the same amonpt ol
Tcrk vltKlcin I iber, and enable. Mm lo .elect the belt
and met profitable jobi,
tTljofaTEicr irivei it tat rrofarouco,
ar.d often an extra price er butnel, bc.a-uc it tlirc.hcj
elean from the head., iqautcl fell telly, Irom tho.trav,
i lean, for marktt, without wane, .avc. all the grain,
dec. it. work vilh tbe ulrooit .,-ccd, .afcty, and ecor.o.
nf, ar.1 doe. cot l-eej a tanj cf men and team, about
It on cxpenae.
The I.legant " 1'ater.t Tlvot 5Ue Gear," 1. to ba
found only on the " , ake.."
Tlio "Patont Lloanlns Airnrntas"
naK'-i tha operator to conlrt I the dllkcllon of Iho
libit, and poiltimi of the ticcj, and cleau cither
heavy, or light sr. In, without astc, a. fait .. It can
be t(irehcd-tho cha.f an I rlrt, 1 elnj: it f araicd frcra
the niTOKa ir stkikm Tim biumji at ui,
Gnfoiy CouiiIInna for Tumbling Rod., which
nvo inci.cy, Hue and .Unpcr to naq and tea.t, ate
furniil-ed on all our machine
A TWltion Vurrautw delivered lii
Tho "aT700iiataloa" lj utually a very .cait
irtUle after ha"f, am panic, .hould tmucit i aiii.v.
Separator., lions l'ocrj, Straw blacker., Gear, ot
Jaek., .old .epi'.le "el ; '""'A , .
Call or aenl and fel a 1'amphlet Circular, jiving 1
full dc.crlptkn aud particular., together with price
NOTICli Is herein- given that tlio untlcrelgiicJ,
Curator ol' tlio eilnlo of John H. I.ewli, llleil
nt tho April term. 187.', of tho l'rohato Couit of
Lincoln county, Mo., n just nnd tiuo exhibit of
tlio nccout!i tetneen htm.clf nnil Haiti wuril, 11 ml
tli n t ho will mako opvilleatlon nt Iho July term,
1872 of calil court for lo.uo to Mako it' (liml
ottlomcnt of lila cnratorehlp of anttl cutatf, ami
id r hi. lUcharpo ns .ticli curator.
ap!5nl7. WILlalAM YOUNU, Curator.
CAKE & ROGERS' COLUMN.
I'Ur.CIIASIXO CAM. AT OUtl
Jj SillOl' AT TIIU TAN
YARD IN TUUY
OUll I,AI!(;i: STOCK Ol'"
Hiding Bt idles,
Open-faco work do.,
Check Lines, '
Hair Saddle Girth,
Lcathor Saddlo Girths,
Web Saddle Girths,
Plow Gear, &o
BoyB' and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Every Stylo,
Bone with JSTealness and Bispatcft.
Hides and Tallow.
BOOT ANB SHOE
We manufacture our Boots and Shoes,
Saddles, Harness and Collars out of
Leather of our own Tanning, and nro
tho only persons in Troy who manufac
ture out of Leather mado at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
F. C. CAKE.
J. M. McI.KI.IiAN
CAKE & McLELLAN.
Real Estate Agents,
Troy, Lincoln County, Mo.,
liny and Sell laud. Pay Taxes for X011
rcslilciiti, Cilvo Abntracts of Titles,
Write DcciIh, MortpagCH, Plats
' ut l.an.ls, Ac.
They OlTer for Sjlc llir Following
Ho. 1 Tin'mre-i farm, 189 ncie, S intloK
(liiillmi c o' Aoljinn, 2 mltpK 01 rnihond unit 2
tiilk'S in" lock lu.iu. S3 ncic. In culllrnllon. lJi
nctcs nili'in"il iti.iljci, honct'.-lo,'; iionro i lo-
rlc, aiu'jie iMiii com ci IU. rnce ?2jUU, one Ihinl
cnli, h.'-ltiuco on 1I1.10.
Xo. !4 Coal Ii'im! il in'loi joiiiIiitciI of Trov.
-10 reel In 1I10 111I1 1 to of tlio ciul CelJ. and
.villi n 'Ofiyp ili 11 i,iu rOuiio. iho Link mine,
l'.lco 5v0C0, ha . iv , halanco 0.1 tlino.
TVo. 3 202 icrc tinlintiroveil timber land
Mile routli n: Mtllnooil n.id oiljolntnp; AVcat
pinlile. IMco 4SUI), thhil co.li, balance on long
Xo. . Hott.'o nnd lot In Troy, frame houo
SO by 40 and ono ftory hlch, 4 rnoim, cloet,
siiiol.0 tiotnc, clulcin, ehuilbcry, Ac, lot 100 by
IUO fon, 2i.ll yiiida I'rctn loti n f j ring. I'rlco and
tci iiis $ 000 uiili,
Xo. J r.-iw of II!) ,-cics, i miles of Mos
cow M'M, 20 feioi la caliliTHion, in rrc good
timber, IS ben. in;; pcndi licci IMco ?20 per
acre, I .to 1I.i1 lis ciatt, bnlenco oil tl-.ic.
No. ? j 1 neve, limber bnil, UDilcrlalil with
coal, 2J-j i.t'lcs 0" Mo.cotT. I'rlco JiJ per acre,
t w 0-lb 1 1 1 1 3 c.ibli, balatiro on time.
"So. H Iniiirovcil f.irnt of 0.13 rcic., ono
m'lo fiont Iho couit liuiuo in Tiny, 2j ncrc In
cttiilvatloii, 2:ircrci In jwstino nml uiculow, 100
uvo ye.it- ott. rpjno trc, l-j peacli ncc. -lj nerca
Hiicnum ma )?-., a aioiy lunne 13 oy 2-1 nntl nti
11 i.ito-y 10 uy a, nu in ,-jooti icp.iir, Binoko
house, cbld.cn liofe, sinblus nntl ciib, A So. 1
tobacco Inn of 0 tier-., fjood will, l'llconnt
Icrms ?"j c.iti per ncre. Just iho placo for a
miaon'vtbo tlo'lic. lo c.iny on 11 minll fnrui.nnd
nlso get tbo bcticiit oT ood schools lu Troy fur
htn ch Ii'.ICIl.
No. Imnrovcd f.irm of SO ncres Hi mile."
e. ,t of Tioy, 2." ncici In culllvatlon, 55 nerei
,'oou I i nibci, loc hoitio ll by 1 8, I Ji'torics. smoko
hou'e, co.n cub rm! nt.iblo, 125 young fruit
t ca in bo.nlng. I'tlio SS3 tier acre, two thirds
b b.il.'nco un tluic.
'o. 10 Improved f, itn of E0 neics 2 mllas
woit ii of I'lo.v, 35 neio-t in cul.iv.iiion, 15 acres
rnd :iu aelO' ilurio., boiuc If) by 18. 1 li
sui.ic, l.itchen 11 by ID, sioq'..o 1 oue. cellar,
t'llo tMicueil oil tuo utto", r.-ti iy,cui) nnd hen
iiott'o. All liico ijUiltiiu'ri lite rew end nub-
l.iu.l.'l. Nell nail lioni! of moc'. vra.ei. 25 an-
;ilc, 25 pp.'ch fin' fi per lieci of excellent fruit.
1'iico uU uou. pel ncie, two tlutds c.19.1 balance
No. 1 1 Tij'iioici! .Vim of 200 acres, 5 miles
now'iMTCu of 1 ,oy. 70 rcics in cultivation, 130
rcio li.u .c. , 2 nOi.y houvo 13 by 20 with I. kit
chin 111 by 24 otic 910. v, (tuiol.-o linmo with collnr
under it 7 It ilecp, Mnblc, co.n cilb, new 7-ticr
tob.'eco b.irn, ilcn uiil oieii'id of 730 tieci in
be.u'nj, comisiln o." i';mIo', peacbc, penrs,
plum', fpilcot", neclriinci, c'lOilio". yew and
i-omiiiotlliius .ciiool hoc 0 11c.11. Piico20doli
per ncie, half c.iq'.i, Ijjljnco on litno without in
tiict. No 1.1 Impioird r.itm of E0 rcics 2Jtf inllci
1vc.1t of in of Uoel.-i, in 11 (lot mm nelghbor
hond, 40 rciei in culm.illon,40 nciei f no limber,
house, ti.ioLo hot'-e, sood well, slnblo, tobneco
barn, rp-'e pnd pe. ch oieh.ird, norr school hoitio
c'o.o at ii. ml. l'.lco 5J0 per ncio, half cash,
b.ibiueo on lime.
No. I;: Ii.ri.orcd f.'"n of 200 ccics 4 miles
e.-stof 'l.ov ami 2 i.illo-of Jlc-LOir mills, 100
rtcic .c-icci!, E0 i'c.c "n ct'lilri'iior. 20 acres In
gias-, 100 ro.ci 1..1 10 . 'J- ioiy .mi- c. 20x30,
cell.'r itiiilei-K, 'ol:u bono, plcni,"i v.ell, gin
blct, I ige c.l'i, 2 ai'i.nco u.i in, I.i0 pprilo trees,
pen , -ic.iciiei, cue. lies. i'.Mie". l.tntl produced
.0 bu ito's co u per 1110 lii'ijci. Xcw echool
bnn 0 coiiiilcict. rud ittiid i'ov cotiveo'ont. I'rico
,.1.1 -icrrr-ie, .-J r i ui. ori. ncooa lii.io.
T.o. I-1U ici cj-, liiipioved f.'im, 50 ncica
finccd itni in culilv.i lull. 1 ilctnlld limber, in-
eluding n ;,ood oi'g r cmp, 20 'icilng fiuil trees,
tn-nloiy I03 iiou 0, lit ttictt r-t.it phuloicd, euiuko
iiou 0 em! oi'i'.uillli2', :i mltiiiiiil ;ning!, on
tiio i.tiiii. i.,113 i.aiin it uvouiiicd tiom Hoy ana
half Ibi-i diil.incc f'.oiaSt li i IC Kullioatl. I'rico
S I ,1 i 0 ca.b.
Kii. 1 3 1 1 50 rcies of plo"ii'td l.'nd located
ne.T iho iioil'i Poo 0" tbi-i county. Tho rock
ion! nom Ai'bm.i 11111! ibe.St Ii .t IC Kr boih run
tlirotb thti tiac . About ono half of this land
Is i"cr.ccd nnil b.'t eW uwcjllliij; boitsei loc.ited nt
dlCcioiii, poliui on il. Siables, cilbs nntl tobacco
bi'iii. e l.'ijo put', well built, nnd nt convenient
jiotiM on iho f. 1.1. 'J' locnliio li.ict is offevodat
iho vciy low (iiiro " ..20 per .icie. Or no will
sell lijoisof t.0 acre, 120 nc.es, 100 acres, 200
ncie?j el a small ndv.mco on iho nbovo iiricc.
nccovtlin lo tiio Jjip'ovomctiU nnd lountion of
tbo iwiti.'iil.n- Inc. doited by tbo putoiiascr.
No. IU Inipiotcd faun of SO acros fenced
and 40 neic3 In cultivation, largo house, 1J5
stories high nnd a ki.chcn 12v 16 ; pring within
short dHt.mce, 1 good tpiings on placo j 100
fiult trcc of o)plei, ponehes, elieuios, pluuii,
penrs ; within 0110 uiilo of a ;,'iiit and saw mill,
4JimlIei roulh of Tioj. Priie SJI5 per aero.
No. II l-M noiest small Iiou.c and about 15
ncics cle.ticd and under fenm, I2'J uores of
timber, 5 miles noilh of Ttoy. J'rlco t?500.
N'o. 1G Four v ell liiipioved, splendid farms,
lying In oao bod-of 52jJ acres ; will bo fold
sepni.nctv or (oei!iv. IdO acres has largo
dwelling , otno win 7 looms, 2 porchos, part of
tho bou-io 11c ir, belli '"ut tile, with largo shudo
trees In y.'id, 2 lonpnt hoitsc3 In tho yard, smoke
house, vreU of living water and n cistorn, now
baru CJzil; old n .iMo; granary, corn crib ;
plenty of .lock waicr; 600 young thrifty applo
trees of cleclod luili. 100 choico fruit, tree In
hearing, rt'tl never fall any year. All well
fci-ced in Holds of convenient slzo, pastures and
meadows well set In glass nnd clover, 30 acres of
tine limber. This Is, and has been for years,
iho model f.nm of tbe (ownshlp. I'rico $35 per
acre. 1C0 rcrcf ban dwelling houto yt stories
high, 113x20 wllh I. kltchon, corn crib aud
stable, all new j i0 r-croi fenced nnd In cultiva
tion, 120 timber. I'rlco $20 per aero. 120 has
dwelling llix".'I with L porch on south sido of
house, smoko home, cistern well, stables and
cribs; hind all well foneod, (10 acres in cultiva
tion nnd iiio-idoir. I'rlco 25 dots, per ncro. 85
acres, 40 acros in cultivation, 15 acros meadow,
no uuuuingK, u acres timber. I'rlco 20 dols. per
ncre. I'rico of tlio entile tract of 5251-3 acres.
i'22 50 per aero. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, bnlanco
No. 10 New two. story duelling and 8 lots In
town of Troy. Ilouso 10x2(1 with li 16x28, por
tico in fiout nnd porch on tack, 0 large rooms, a
clojct, well of living water, Lugo cisterns smoko
houiic and stnblo. Largo number of fruit trees
In healing, apples, penohes, pears, swcot eher
lies, luorilln chortles, plums, quluccs, "io. W'th
in tw-i squ.iros of churches au d tchools, I'rlco
tiro thousui'd dollars.
No. 21 Improved farm 40 acros of splendid
land In u Qcraiau neighborhood, Iu n high stato
of cultivation, good dwolllng house, smoko house
mid slab e, some fruit treos. Farm well watered.
Within Yi mile of Chniu of Hooks nnd Ui mllo
or .Month of Big creek, l'rleo 150J dols.
In thts cnll-biti'cd age sot mnuy purchasers,
strangers ctpcclally, hlro conveyances and rldo
over tho country la search of a farm fur sale,
wheu t'.icio Is a Ileal Uitato Ageaey to be found.
Wo adveitlso extentlvely and systematically, nnd
owners deslilng to sell, nnd purchasers wishing
to buy, each earnestly hunting for thoothcr and
his own Intciost, sccaro the greatest poulblo
tnfely and do.pateh on tho ono hand, and tho
lu.it expenso of time and mo.ioy for search on
tho other, by placing in our Agency tho lalo or
purctu o of any property.
Wo require parties desiring to toll property to
fclgn a contract describing tho same, naming tho
length of time rjio propel ty Is to remain for sale,
prlca mid forms, nud binding the owuer to pay
uur commission If a sate Is elTueled.
Our Commissions, If the prlco docs not
exceed $ih)0, our commission for salo will bo $20,
Ili'gulur commissions on alt sales 2'-i W cent.
CAUL: & .MrLlll.I.AN.
vour. nnsiNi:.s in tiiu iuiha'u
IT IVIIJi PAY.