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LOCAL ANQ COUNTV.
CiUNOB. licrcaft. (he Herald will
U published od Vodncsday, instead of
Thurndjr, in order lo better tccotatno
dtt the mails in tho county, Uj this
arrangement many of our subscribers will
rtceitu their pinor Uforo tho news be
comet stole, is now the cue at tott of
tho post ofliact. Advertisements to so-
Dte prompt inesrtion should b handed
In od or before Monday saorntng.
Mrs. Dr. llutt linsottr thanks for s lot
of delicious strawbtrric.
I'OR Kent. I wo office rooms, nest
door to Ucrald o6c. inquire of J. N.
W. W. Birkhoad, surgoon dentist, will
be in Millwood on the 17th inst., and
iremsin four days. 2wn23
Bouquets Our bettor half returns
thanks to Miss Annio Ward aod Mr. J.
M. Kills for two beautiful bouquots.
We it by tho Louisiana Journal that
aua young friend, Ollis C. liryson,has
beta admittod to the bar in Pike county.
Mr M. T. Uritton has remoTed his
grocery store to Post Oak, in thin county,
having purchased tho Bickel stand at
Candidates. Our columns are always
open for candidates' announcements.
Candidates for county offices will be
charged 85 ; township offices, i?2 50.
Mr. John English is puttiu up a neat
littlo brick cottage in BonfiU' nddition to
tho town. Dr. Jas A. Ward is finish
Uhing a frame dwelling in "Pleasant
A'allcy," just cast of town.
Foil Sale on Kent TIiu brick livery
stable, on Main streot, south of the
Planter's House, is for sale or rent.
Apply to Mr. B. S. Crows or It. O.
Mr. It. W, Harris, well known to many
of our citizens, has established a paper
at Jonesburg, called the Montgomery
County Leader. It is Democratic in
politics, and will abido tho decision of
the Baltimore convention.
Tho Directors of the St. Louis and
Keokuk railroad met at Bowling Green
last Friday, for tho purpose of consider
ing tl o consolidation of their road with
the Pike county Short Lino. Other
subjects claiming their attention, tho
matter was postponed to another time
Wo loarn that tho new contractors con
template pushing the work through as
rapidly as possible, and that all along the
line tho force of workmen is increasing
Stockhuldeu's Meetinci The third
annual meeting of tho stockholder's of
Troy vJhriMiaii Institute Association will
bo held in Troy, Lincoln county, Mo., at
tho Institute, building, on Tueiday, Juno
18th, 1872, at 10 o'oh ck a. m.
J. D. BItOAVN, Prcs't.
TisioTny Font), Sco'y.
N. B. Tho Board of Trustees meet at
the same timo and placo. 2ivn2:5
Last wek the hands working on the
railroad iu this county were paid off, and
as is generally tho case on such occasions,
there wero a great many drunken Irish
and others in town. On former occa
sions a few of thorn had been arrested by
tho town authorities for disturbing the
peace, which seems to havo incensed the
wholo camp, and last Friday they were
vory biistcrous, making threats and per
petroling indecencies on the street. Late
in the afternoon a row occurred, and our
citizens, thinking matters bod gone too
far already, bore down upon them and
run them out of town. Some of them
returned, howtver, before night, but
wero more docile than they had bean
during the day ; and Saturday, although
thero were a large number in town, no
further disturbance occuried, except a
few ''knock downs" among themselves.
Deatu oy Oapt. Otis Wheeler
After a protraoted illness nf several
months, Capt, Otis Whcelor died at his
residence in Troy last Saturday morning,
the 1st inst., nged 74 years, 7 months
and 28 days. Ho was born in Now
Hampshire on the 4th ol Ootober, 1797,
and at oarly youth entered West Point
as a cadet from that state, under tho in
fluouco of Oen. Miller of Lundy's Lane
celebrity, and graduated in 1821. lie
then entered the Third United States
Infantry at a lieutenant, and in 1820
camo to .Missouri and was for tome time
stationed at Jefferson Barracks, Ho was
also actively employed for a number of
yoars at several olhor military points in
the West and South. During the Black
Hawk war, through whieh ho torved,
olthough only flrst lieutenant in rank,
he was ontrusted with the command of a
company, and afttrwardt commissioned
as oiptain. Subsequently he served a
long and tedious campaign through the
Florida war. In 1844, after rendering
hi country valuable service, he resignod
his commission in the army and oama to
this county where he hat tince rosided,
and where he hat won and merited the
esteem of all wlio knw hit.
Desiocrmic Mass Mrctlog.
Peresant to a call made by W. W.
Shaw, chsirman of the Democratic"
County Committee, tho meeting astern
bled t the court homo in Troy, on
Saturday, Juno 1, 1872. 0 .Mo of
Col. T. (1. Hatt, Judge Shaw 9M ap.
pointed chtitman, and on motion of Dr.
Welch, Jas. M. McLollan a. appointed
secretary. On notion, the chairman
appointed the following named
a-commlttee to draft Msolutioos espree-
sno oi mo stnso or line meeting, tis :
Elijah Myers, Hurricane townshir, W
Fratier, Bedford ; J. (1. Elmore, V.
l.es . '
veny; o. j. haltingly, Millwood; W.
S. Pennington, Prairie ; J. Creech, Mon
roe ; Wm. Moore, Union, and Thos M
Tho committee reported the full
preamblo and resolutions, wliicU were
adopted by a unanimous vote :
Whereas, we recoirnizo tlm ...
tion into which our country has drifted,
and belioving that there aro but two great
parties in tho land, one favorim? rntrminli.
mont, roform and the restoration offra
ternai feeling, the other pledged to tlo
policy which fosters corruption and die
cord : and holicvini? Hint the iinminnpa r.l'
the Cincinnati Convention arc the expo
nents ana advocates of retrenchment,
reform and the restoration of f'r.i tnrrml
feeling, and if elected will restore the
government to us lormer greatness ; and
that the contest for President mill unrl
any circumstances, bo between Oronlov
and Grant, therefore be it
Resolved, 1 hat the Democracy of Lin
coln county aro opposed to any nomina
tion being mad.: by the convention suon
toassemblo at Biltiniurc.
2d. 1 hat the Jole.Tta frnm lliia
oounty to the-Stato Convention on Juno
12th, are hereby instructed to vote for
delegates to the National Convention ac
Baltimoro who will oppose all nomina
tions other than those made at Cincin
Colonels T. G. Hutt ond E. B. Hull
wore appointed delegate to the State
Convention at Jp.fler.ion City, Juno 12,
182,and Richard Woramack and Geo.
D. Mcrriwoaiher wero appointed alter
On motion our county papers were
requested to publish the proceedings of
this meeting, and St. Louis papers are
requested to copy the sarao.
W. W. SHAW, Chairman.
James M. McLeu.an, Sccrotary.
SllEriP I'illbt'. On Sumlnv tlifi 1 Otfi
Mr. Wm. Elmore and Mr. Jas. Witt, of
Jjincolu county, came to this place on the
track of an individual who had stolen
shoon in their countv. It scorns that tlm
sheep had not been sheared, and was
running out on ine prairie, and tnc thier
coming alone nml spninr- t tin tn in flint
condition, naturally concluded that they
wero siray Bneep, anu toot mem in. As
he drove them down the road, he met Mr.
Witt, to whom he ileaircd tn sell tlm
sheep and succeeded in so doing at the
sum and price of 82 per head. They
urove me sueep over to too residence ot
Mr. Witt, where tho uionoy was paid, and
the thief ' lit out." Mr. Ellmore came
along and claimed the sheep as his, and
nroved the same liv hi mark, whinh nf
course loft Mr. Wilt minus the money
and also tho sheep. The thief passed
through this place on Saturday, riding a
black pacinc horso, with whito hind feet,
going in tho direction of Jonesbug.
The man was well dressed, and rode a
flat English tree saddle and the bridlo
had n very heavy bit with fancy brow
brand. We trust he may be arrested and
doalt with as his case deserves. This
was cortainly a very bold theft, consider
ing that Mr. Ellmore to whom the sheep
belonged, was a very near neighbor of
Mr. Witt, to whom they were sold. The
thief cave his name as Crider. Warren
Tewuhle Tobnapo. Thore was a
terrible tornado in Morgan county on
Sunday evening, which swept over a spaco
of six miles in longth and 300 yards in
width, terminating about five miles north
east of Versailles. It commenced near
the Pettis county line, destroying there
five houses. Near Versailles it dostroyed
the houses and other outbuildings of
Messrs. Fisher and Newkirk, and others,
soven in all. Twelve dwellings were
destroyed in its course. Mr. Blossom
and child, near Versailles, were killed by
a building fall in.' on them. Thirteen
others wero seriously injured, of whom
five aro not expected to recovor. Im
mense numbers of quail and prairie
chickens woro killed along tho course of
the tornado. At last acounU tho people
for miles around, were rushing to the
scenes of tho disaster, for the purpose of
furnishing all possible relief. Jefferson
City Tribune, 20th ult.
Drowned. On last Friday Edwin
Case, about sixteen year old, son of
Stephen Cbo of this city, was drowned
in a pond in the suburbs of this city,
Ho had gone there for the purpose of
fishing, and, being subject to epileptic
fits, it is supposed he was taken with a
fit and fell into the water. No one was
with him at the time, and when his body
was discovered it was supposed he had
boen in the water about four hours, St.
Charles Cosmos. ,
The Jonesburg Leader says that Miss
Lizzie Hunt, a lady shout 45 years of
age, committed suicide at that place last
Saturday week by hanging herself.
Cabuaok Plants. Premium flat
Dutch Cabbage plants in abundance
largo enough to set by tho first of June,
at Buffalo Nursery. Prico 30 conts per
100 ; 82 50 por 1,000.
For ohoice family groceries, go to J.
Wilborn's, on Main streot, Troy, Mo.
All orders left with him will be filled
and delivered in good, ordes. uU 3w
A New 'filing in Troy.
J. P. I.YNOTt's HAttUWArlE 8TOIIE.
Haidwaro nt hardware store prices.
linv tin tnnrii liatuWarn lit ilr vmula
J J n '
stores, .tut gn to J, P. Lynott's, whero
you can find anything in tho hardwato
lino w per cent, less than you hsvc liecn
navifH' fur tlift.ntTQ fiftinlitii nl tlrv trnmU
i o - . j r.
stores. All kinds of tools, nailt, bolls,
butts, hinge, screws, files, axes, hatchets,
shovols, spades, forks, wrenches, locks of
all kinds the finrtt lot of table, rultrrti
ever offered in Troy, nt 10 per cent. Io-'h
titan can to bought in tliu stores, t buy
. i. . i ... .i -ii .i - . '
mum uaruvvaro man an mo eiorcs in
Trov nut lmnllirr. nnd lmv it nt Ip.ist Hi
per cent. Ics, and give tho farmers the
ocncui ol it. A nno lot ol Mollne and
fndustri'il I'lnws on hnnd '. nucnt fur tlm
Champion Jtcapcr, the heft combined!
machine in tho world: Walking Culti
vator.; Agricultural Implement at fae
tory retail prices, window fash and Klaus.
The celebrated "Suncrior Cook Stovn." I
sell and warrant. Also, somc'hinq 'or
the. Itidi'ts: A nico lot of fancy painted
toilet hots. Japanned and pressed tinware,
scissor, fluting, and all kinds of tho best
quality pinking irons, smoothing irons,
ladies pocket knives silver tea and lahlo
spoons, &o . fee. Don't fail to call nud
cxainino goods and prices before purehas-
l oit ctn:.w ciiiocKiiitju
Cull on J. Wilburn, Troy, Mo., ichti Kill
fur the next CO days m il nearly nt tost,
qui:kn AND (lI.AS.SWAKi: of am. kinpp.
CM first and yet your Choice. 11m.')
Railroad News. Tho Piko County
Post says : J. A. Patterscn, who has a
four milo contract on the Short Lino
railroad, called to sec us one day this
wecek. 11c says he is working ninety
men and twenty teams, and expects to
complote the grading in sixty days
His contract is between this place and
Frankfdtd. We hope that wc will soon
hear the iron horee tnorting through our
Just beforo going to press we noticed
about twenty wagons, accompanied by
some seventy five or one hundred men,
pass through our town this (Wednesday
evening) on their way to work on the
Short Line railroad near Frankford.
Smart & McNnir are certainly popular as
well as responsible contractors, when u;en
will follow tbem a distance of three or
four hundred miles to work for them.
Halls County Record.
Messrs. Smart Si MoNair have over
one hundred bands employed near the
farm of William Jones, Esq , in Pike
county, besides many others in Rails,
who arc pushing tho work forward with
commendable zeal. Our whole com
munitywith perhaps a few exceptions
are rejoicing over the respect of an
early completion ot tho Short Line rail
road, and will gladly aid tho contractors
by assisting them in every legitimate
manner possible Record.
A cerrospondent from Frankford says
that sixty men arc at work on the Short
fjino in Mr. Jones lane. The two works
are in ten steps nf each other; hands arc
arriving from Iowa. A river line man
informs us that Sheridan has a strong
force at work on Ins contracct, that tho
road between here and the mouth of Salt
river has been lot and the work com
menced, and that four miles of the prado
between this and Clarksville has been
completed Louisiana Journal.
Mr. John E. Forgey of Pcynesvillc,
writes us that Mr. Ephraim Jamison, of
that vicinity, died last Wednesday tho
29th, after a short illness. Mr. Jamison '
was a worthy, good citizen, and will bo
missed very much by the wholo com
munity. Mr. Forgey also writes that
they had a very heavy rain last Sunday,
doing considerable damage, washing away
the fencing and the growing corn ; and
the lands were badly washed. The wheat
crop, ho says is improving. Louisiana
The Huntsville Advocate says that
Orccley will got a majority of 30,000 in
Confederate General Geo. E. Pickett
of Rickmond, Va., wears a white hat and
hurrahs for Greeley.
Ex-Gov. Rodman M. Price of New
Jcney, a hardsholl Democrat, is out in a
strong Utter for Greeley and Brown. 1
Final Settlement. i
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned,
admlninlstrator do bonis non of the estate of
Joseph Kohle, dee'd, will mako final settlement of
bis administration of suld estate at tho next term
ol the Probate Court ot Lincoln county, Mo., to
bo begun and held lu Troy on the tcond,Mon
Jay in July, 1872.
junl JOB. MUSIIMAN, Adra'r de bonis non.
Administrator's bale or Real Estates
TVrOTICU Is hereby given that the undersigned,
ll administrator of tho estato of Anton Sep
peler, deceased, will, in obedience to tho order
of the Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mo,,
made at the April term of said court for the year
1872, sell on
Wednesday, July 10th, A D. 1872,
at publlo auction, at the front door of the court
house, in the town of Troy, In said county, bo
tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock
p. in. of said day, and during tho session of said
court at tho July term thereof tor 1872, the real
estate belonging to said deceased, situated In
said Lincoln county, Mo., and described as fol
lows to wit I Sixty-six acres of Una in town
ship 43 rango 2 oastknown as tho)Malvlna Shel
ton lutid.aud which the said Malvina took by in
heritance fiom her father Ephraim Parkins, and
boundod as follows, to wit! On tho west and
south by tho river Cuivre, on the east by the
land kuown as tho Alvora Cottlo land, on the
north by a tract of land formerly ownod by E.
Tlepcl, being the same land bought of Creed T.
Sbclton and bis two daugntors by deed dated
Sept. 21, 1808, and recorded in book V on fage
291, and on the following terms : One balfeaib,
balance in 3 months; bond with approved secu
rity required, bearing 10 porcout. interest from
day of sale.
HENRY HEMMEUSMEIEK, Adm'e
joe! of estate of Anton Stf peler, Am,
Administrator's Sale f Kcai fcstalf.
NOTICU It hereby given tint the ttnclerslirnoil,
administrator of the cttato nt Dm Id Ulerr,
deceased, will, In obedience to tho order of tho
Probate Court of Lincoln county, Missouri,
made at tho April term of raid court for tho jenr
1873, sell on
Wednesday, July 10th, 1872,
at publlo vendue, at the front door of the coort
house, in tho town of Troy, in said county, bo
tween tho hours of ten o'clock, a. in. and 3
o'clock p. ru. of said day, and during tho session
of said court at tho July term thereof for 1872,
tho real estate belonging to sld decerned, situa
ted In raid Lincoln county, Mo., and described
as follows, to wit! The north half of lot No.
one, In southwest quirier, and fiirth kulf of tot
two, southwest quarter of section No. IV, town
ship 61, range 2 east, containing 8(1 acres, on
tho following terms' For one half r-ah, ami
tho balanco on a credit of six months, the pur
chaser to giro bend nnd npproved security, with
10 tier cent. Interest from date.
(lAimiEL THOMPSON, Adin'r.
junln23 of cstuto of David Ulcry, dee'd'
Atlntiuls;ralor,t Sate of Krai fctaic
PtlltSUANT tonn ordorof sale of Iho Probale
Court of Lincoln county, Mo., inn.lo at the
April term thereof IS72, the undersigned, ud.
ininlstrator of ihe csiato of Kilns McNo.ily, do
censed, will, on
Wodnesday, tho 10th day of July, 1872
at public auction, io tho highest and best bidder,
nt the court houso door In Ttoy in snld county,
between the hours of 8 o'clock in tho forenoon,
and 5 o'clock In tho afternoon of said dny, odor
for salo tho following real estate of said deceased,
or so much thereof as will be sufllclcnt to pay the
debts of said deceased, to wit: Ono hundred
and thirty seven acres, more or loss, and known
as the Alexandor II 111 farm, sltuntu on lligorcek,
nt or near tho bridge norosa satd creek, upon the
Fait rivar ro.l, onU adjoining tlm l.to nlm f
Joel Dlanks : known moro di-flnllcly ns l.cing the
outlirnst fractional quart,.. r rauin 2'J, town
slilp48, rango I east. Terms Ono hull mmi, u,..,
fourth In 12 months, nnd urn- fourth In 2 year ;
deferred payments to bear 10 per cent. Interest
from dale. Note nnd approved security required
of purchaser. WILLIAM YOUXO, ndm'r
jun4 of Ellas McXraly, dcc'il.
POL WI) & fJBIIAA l'E-S
III A VI! for 'sale puro bred nlg, pirilinfc.il
fin in the best taiullles of llio l'ulan 1 nud
China lo; ol Jle'srs, Shepnid .fc Aloxninler, of
Uiuilcslon, III". I ii in convinced th.it this 1 the
best breed of It g for our slnte. They grow t
a very l.irgc she, ami fallen well nt any nge.
Prico for choice p gs, weighing 51) pounds nt
ten weeks old, f 10. HENRY "'. SI I' UK.
.Millwood, Mo., May 25th, Io72.
NEW OPENING !
T have just opened out a NEW
AN J) COMPLETE STOCK of
Goods in the dnck building of Mess.
Woolfolk tC Crews, adjoining Mr.
IVittrom's saddle and harness store,
and will keep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OP
The Season being short I have determined
to iti:it a.
FORMER PR ICES
ON ALL (IOODS.
,SrCr As I realized conilJcinblc loss by the
burning of inj home, store nnd stock, I earnestly
call upon all persons who owe mo to settle. I
seed the money.
Troy, Mo., Nov. .10, 1871.
I expert tn remain In Troy, olid
keep at all times u l.ui'gc nud
Complete Slock of
I WAIIHXNT my Jewelry tn
tie what I represent it. If (iolil,
1 tell my customers mi; If Plated
I tell tliem. Jewelry made ur
pin-c.lini.ed to oriler. I keep the
very best American Watches anil
Clocks lor s.ale.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry Repaired, and all
Wo k Warranted.
rpiIIS HAKEKY WILL SUPPLY VOU WITH
iiglit, IIenlthl.il lli entt,
Cheaper thin you can make it, and tavc
you the vexation of often seeing all your
Yeast and Dough turn out badly.
Tho spring and summer season will soon bo
here, and In order to make it profitable to luy
customers by furnishing them bread choupor than
they liuvo heretofore been able tu gut It, I will
sell tickets, each of which will be good for n ten
cent loaf of bread, at tho rate of 13 for $1, thus
giving $1.30 worth of bread for a dollar,
MY STOCK OF
IS LA ROE AND V HIEU, AND I KEEP
THE FIN EH (JUALITIES AS
WELL AS STICK CANDIES.
Also, Figs, llaisins, ifcc., ami all kinds of
Tea, Scotch and Ginger.
All kinds of Cactsand Pastries made to
order. All orders should be given at
Unst Iko days in uifvnerr.
CHEAP CASH STORE
OUR SUMMER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION,
asip ni: will
IN THE FdM.OHINd
LINE OF GOODS:
.'lnn VM- riitlm.t.
Plaid a Check "
Crashes, bro. It bleach'd,
Pillow Cac Cotton
Merino Vests nnd
Wide Silk Velvets
Honey Comb Quilt
(Icritlc men's Hosiery
Corsets, low to fine,
rrA.rrs -a.ist caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES
LntlicK' nnd .lliNC' ft a iter,
G R O C E 11 IBS,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
Kicr, Spier, and Evrrytcing Nice,
ANYTHING YOU WANT,
0- CALL AND SEE.
JACKSON & HI IT.
TROY, MO. March 7, 1872 nov9'7IyI
Stop and Think !
The Rest Rargains at
NOVELTY CASH STORE.
Save a Half Uollaii, by calling nt
the Novelty Cusli Store, whero ynti can
set 15 ten ceut cukes of the I'urlcor Com
party Toilet foap for SI, and thereby nave
W. S. COGPKIi.
Thanks, FaiENDs, Thanks I I de-t-ire
to thank tho citizens of this coin in u
nity for tho liberal patrouauo bestowed
upon tuc in iuy business transactions with
theui; and us I have opened another
hirpo and complete block of Notions, tic ,
nsk them for a continuation of their
favors. As heretofore, 1 will fo my
floods cheaper than they can be bought
elsewhere. Almost anything you can call
lor in the notion line I have in my store ;
aUo n large stock of boots and shoes I'm
men, women and children, which I will
.-ell for very little advance on first cost ;
also a complete lice of ladies and pen
(lemon's hats, together with groceries
cheaper than they can be bought elc
where of same quality. And speaking nf
yrocories reminds me of thirty odd year
ago, when sugar was sold at 20 pounds
lor a silver dollar ond tho money wo?
equally us legal as it is now, though not
quite so tender.
Cull at tho "Novelty Cash Store," on
the corner of Main and Cherrv.
nlO 8 COOPKR.
If you want SHOKS, tho "Novelty" is
the place to save 25 per rent. Corner of
Jlum aim Cherry, lroy, Mo.
W. S. COOPKR.
If you want O ROCK R IKS at what
they uru worth, call on V S Cooper at
tho Novelty Cash S.'ore. Don't believe
what others fy, but call ; it is no trou
bio to .show goods I was told by u lady
that a merchant said my goods were ycry
inferior, but alter examining them she
bought, and said stio would call again,
Tho "Novelty" tolls HATS very cbcjp
Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls and Boys mid
plied vory vheap. Cull and seo. No
lions, Quccnswaro utid Glassware cheaper
thaw thoy can b bought el'owherc,
vr. s. coopku.
3. M. MoLELLAH
CAKE A McLELLAN.
Real Estate Agents,
1ny, Lincoln (oust?, IHo
lluy and Kelt J.nnd, By nxc, for Won
rcklriciits, Cilvc Abstracts nf Illicit.
Write Deeds, Mortgages, Plats
nt Lands, ,tc.
They Offer for Hale hf Following
No. f Imirnvol farm, 189 ncrcr, 3 mile
InrthlTftRt fit' Alilmrn. 9 tnltA. ! tl i'. i
" , -... - ..,,i.o u, raiuuuu anu 4
mill. nr rnpk rnml. .1 ..... I.. ... I , ...
,.,..! mi L-iuii.uiion.J04
ncrcs splcnillil tlmlicr, IicwoiI-Ior houso t stork-,
stnhlo nml corn crlh. I'ricc $!3l)U, one thlij
ensh, btilnnca cm time.
X". X Conl Inn, I (1 mile roufhwest of Troy,
40 ncrcs In tho mldtllo uf tlm ciml Hclils anil
mnn ii in, ynrns ol tho Hmft at the Link mine.
Prico ?200l), hnir pash, lilnnco on time
H !?02 .irrn tin .........! .1.-1. I .1
- "."..ii'tuiti, iiiuuvr Hint
o miles south of Millwood nud adjoining West
t'ii'1! a 1,riCtf SU' C"1'' tmlanc'' " lonB
Mil. R Urtti.A nn.l tn T .. r. ,
.n t in llltuiO IIOUSO
.to l,v .10 nml ono story liii-Ii, 4 rooms, closet,
.....nu uuurr, viait-iii, pnruuocry, ,c, lot I Uu liy
110 feet, 2c0 ynrtls frcin town jrrini!. 1'rlco unil
r"n "f HO acres, ', miles of Moj
COW At . 21) nir. In 1.1. ,, .
limber, 18 henrmff pencil trees l'rico f 20 ncr
ilirn. I tvn. It,l..1. nil. I..I.. .t.
V. 1 .......o i.,a,t, uaiiiuL'II on limO.
i ""c ,im1'" Innil, umlerlnld with
conl, 2J miles of Moscow, l'rico $20 tier acre,
tMu-lliinls cash, balance on tlmo.
No. M Improved farm of 03 M nrre, ono
mllo from tho court limt.n In T..... ot ...... t
r . ..... . . ... iiiL-itiiiin-, ,vu
f',"r I l"1'1 'rCeP' 2i "'aC'1 ,rCCS' 45 nC"
r,,,v..u,., "luy trunie is by 24 and an
. , -v i mi in K"i repair, smoKo
houso, chicken house, stables and crib, A No. 1
u. uers, goo.1 will. Price and
terms 935 cash per acre. J,ifct t,0 pRC8 for
titrson who tlenrf tnn.rv . i1 .
, , , .--....J .... a eiHHtu larm.nnu
also get tho bcrtctlt uf good schools In Troy for
Nil. ii .Tmr.rnvr.it r.rm nf Gil . . ..
cost nf Trov, 25 ncrcs in ciillivntlon. 5i ncrc
uuuuuinucr.iPgnouso lt ! ia, I Jtorteif amoko
uuusv, turn cnu nnu amine, iao younir fruit
tiecs in honrfnrv. l.t..n id . .t
its . v v l"-1 UVV i" mirus
casu balanco on Mine.
No. If lTlnirni'ni1 Trifm nf &n n
jnulh of Troy, .,5 ncrcs In cultivation, 15 itcrcs
in fir&ss nnd 30 acres timber, hotiso Irt by 18,
pvunv?, niiuiM'U it uy IO; BIQOKO JlOUf. COlllir,
houio. All thc?o buildings aro now nnd mb
itantlAt. Well nnd pond of Block watci. 25 nn.
(.1. O. ...n.U .k.I M . . . . .. I
!. .' .. r'V" " rvi,r "ces oi excellent Irulti
l'rico .10 dols. Iteranr,.. Inn ll,!,.!. t..t
t f - .....un ineu UillUllCU
NO. I I .Tmtirril Atl fdrrn nf ,,(..... .
northWCSt Uf ProV. 71) mrr, ,'n ...tt...:
acres timber, 2 story Iioujo 18 by 20 with 'kit
chen 18 by 21 ono story, smoko houso with collnr
..iiuvi i. i ii mill, biiuiics, corn crib, new 7-t cr
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 7.10 trees In
bearing, consisting ot applos, peaches, pears,
plums, apricots, ncctnrincs, chcrrie. New and
commodious school houso near. l'rico 20 dol
per acre, half cash, balanco on tlmo without hi-
No 12 Improved farm of 80 acre. 2' miles
west of Chain of Kocks, In a Herman neighbor
hood, 40 acres In cultivation, 40 acres fino timber,
house, smoke house, good well, stable, tobacco
barn, applo and pencil orchnrd, new school houso
cluso at hand. l'rico 20 per aero, half cash,
bjbinco on tunc.
No. 13 Improved furm of 200 ncrcs 4 miles
east of Troy and 2 miles of Moscow mills, 100
acres fenced. FO nn... tn ...til....t.. nn ,
grass, 100 acres tlinbor, 2 story house, 20x30,
vv,i..i ..TO it, Emu" nousc, spienain well, sta
b es. lari?e crib. 2 tnl.nn... Kn.n- ir.ri .K..i. .
pears, peaches, cherries, grapes.' Land producod
j0 busbeln corn ttor aon. il.l. ... yj... t ,
house completed nnd pnld for convenient. Prico
$18 per ncre, half cash, balanco on time.
No. 1 1140 acres, improved farm, 50 acres
fenced and In cultivation, splendid timber, in
cluding a good sugar camp, SO bearing fruit trees,
tuo.storv loir linnxo. In I t,.l nn.l it..t 1 i.
houso nnd outbuildings, 3 sploudld spring, on
..... ........ .... niriu is mo 111 n 09 irom lroy nnd
half tbat llllltiinr.n frnm Ul 1. T.' ll.tl I r . .
No. 15 1150 acres of splendid land located
near tho north lino of this county. Tho rock
road from Aubnrn and tho St I, .t K Itr both run
through this tract. About ono half or this land
is fenced and has six dwelling house locntod nt
different points on It. Stables, cribs nnd tobneco
l..rn. n.t. Int.. ...1 ...II I...!.. , . . .
........ s .,,. tll uuui, nnuai convenient
points on Mio Tnim. Tho entire tract is offered at
I li ii vnru Iah Ai.a nr d'On . . . a ...
.v.j u KUiu ui f.u ,er acre, ur wo will
sell tracts of 80 acres, 120 ncrcs, 100 ncrcs, 200
ncrcs: at a stnnll mU-nn.. ti.. .t .
nccortllng to tho .improvements and location of
mo imriiiuiar mcr. tiesirctl by tho purchaser.
No. I II Imnrnvn.l fnrm nf Qtl ..... r.
and 40 acres In cultivation, largo houso, 1J
""""'s" nun umictien lax id; spring within
short distanco,4 good springs on placo; 100
fruit trees of apples, peaches, cherries, plums,
I enrs j within ono mllo of a grist and saw mill.
..Tiiin luuiu in iruj, rrico id per aero.
No. 17 111 acres, smnll houso and about IS
acres cleared and under feneo, 120 acres of
timber, 5 miles north of Troy, l'rico $500.
No. 18 Four well improvod, splendid farms,
lying in one mjdy of 525J-J acres ; will bo sold
siparntcly or togother. I AO acres has largo
dwelling fcouso with 7 rooms, 2 porches, part of
the houo new, beautiful site, with largo shade
trees In rnnl. 9 Ian..,, I........ I. .1... . . ....
... - .v..... uibjuiu, imuio
house, well of living water and a cistern, now
liaen 111-11. .11 . . 1. 1 '
...... oiu sinuio; granary, corn crib
plenty uf stock water j 500 yuuig thrifty applo
treeS llf Selci-lril frilil. mil nl.nl.n I...T. . '.'l-
... ... vw ,,ui. IIVwB III
bearing, and never fall any year. All well
leiicuii in ueius oi convenient slzo, pastures and
inendows well set In grass and clover, 30 acres of
lino timber. This Is, nnd has been lor years,
tho model farm of the township. Prico $1)5 por
ncre. 1C0 acres has dwolling hou.e 114 stories
hli-li. IsIR i20 will. T. 1,;, -.iu . i
i , .. ' ..v...,, ,uiu ciiu nnu
stable, ull new ; 40 ncroj fenced and In cultlva-
iniu, i.u uuiuer. rrieo por acre. 120 has)
dwelling 16x:'.'I with I, porch on south side of
hnU'C. stnnkn linu.n. nl.l,n w.ll -I.UI.. .1
cribs i land all well fencod, ftO acre's In cultlva-
uiiii uu ii nieit'jow. irice -'0 uois. per aero. 8JJf
acres, 40 acres In cultivation, 15 acres meadow,
nu buildings, 30 aorcs timber. Prico 20 dols. per
acre, l'rico of iho entiro tract of 525J4 acres,
$22 50 per ncre. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, balancti
No. IU New two-story duelling nnd Riots in
town of Troy. House lCx2fl with 1, 16x28, por
tico In front and porch on lmck,8 Urge rooms, A
closet, well of living water, largo cisternl sisoko
house and stable. Largo number of fruit trees
In bearing, apples, peaobos, poars, sweet chef
rles, morillo cherries, plums, quinces, &o. With
in two squares of churches and tchools. Prlct
lo tbDusartl dollar;.
No. ill Improved farm 40 acres of splendid
m..u ,.. , iiiiutuu nuiguuoruoou, in a nign stale
of cultivation, good dwelling house,smoko house
..n.l .1.1. . ....... I...!. . I., ..,
...... r,ww v, ,viu iimi. trees, runu wen watereti.
YVllhlu yt milo of Chain of Hocks and l mllo
of Mouth of Big creek. Price 1500 dols.
In this enlightened age not many purchasers,
strangers especially, hire conveyances ond ride
over tho country in search 6f a farm fir sals,
when thero It a Heal liitalo Agoney to be found.
We advertlso extensively and systematically, aad
owners desiring to sell, and purchasers wltbind
tu buy, each earnestly hunting for tho other aua
hit own interest, sccuro tbo greatest possible
safety and despatch on tho one hand, and tbo
least expense of time and money for search An
tho other, by placing In our Agenoy the sale or
purcha onf any property.
Wo require parties desiring to soil property to
sign a contract describing tho same, naming lh
length of time the property Is to remain for salo,
prico nnd I onus, and binding tho owner to pay
our commission If a sale Is effected.
Our CutiimUiloim. If tho prico does not
exceed 800, our commission tor salo will bo $20i
Regular commissions un all sales 1i per cent.
P. C. CAKE.
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