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1 lliL HEKALD.
iur Announcing CandidaUt for Ciury Ofiiccrn, $5;
'or TuwiiiAyi Officer), $2,60
Wo nro iiuthorltod to announco THOMAS M.
CAKTHIt uf ClnrU township nt n candidate for
ShotllT of Lincoln county, subject to tho rnllfl
cation of the Democratic 1'rira.ary Election or
County Convention, whlchcicrls recommended
by tli Democratic Central Coinmltteo of llic
Wo aro authorized to announco JNO. MoDON
AM) of Ilcdlord township as a candidate for
Treasaror of Lincoln county, subject to tho ratifi
cation of tho Democratic Primary Election cr
County Convention, as tho Democratic Central
'Jouinillleo uf tho county may order.
Tho. Probate. Court ia in seuion.
Vo were visttod witb a ploaiant shower
Our faruiori are busy is the harvest
fields, and hands aro scarce.
The fall tf rtn of tho Circuit Court will
commence on the first Monday after the
fourth Saturday in September, the 30th
lay of that month.
Uuidoe Ovku SruiNti Cheek. Mr.
J. M. McLellan, deputy County Cleric,
will rcceivo bids for building a bridge
over Spring creek, on th Auburn road, up
to Aup;ust 10th next. For plans and
specifications inquire at the County
Clerk's offieo in Troy.
City Ants, Our town is assuming
city airs quits rapidly. Tho latest is a
fashionable Billiard hall, Mr. T. V.
Withrow has concluded to placo two
billiard tables in his magnificent hall, on
the corner of Main and Cherry, and
throw it open to uso of ladies and gentle
mon who wish to participate in this truly
scitritifio game, It is an admirable plact
for a billiard hall, uud doubtless our
ladies as well as gentlemen will avail
themselves of the opportunity thus pre
sented to cultivate this artistic gamo.
Gr.vuiNK trii.viHt Fluid. Mr. J. L.
Vaughati of this placo manufactures aud
puts up in 25 and f0 cent bottles one of
tho finest preparations for cleaning silver
and plated ware, that we havo ever j-ecn.
It removes all stains, and restores worn
plated ware to its orignal color; indeed
it puis a new thin plate of silver on the
metal. Urass or copper way also be
plated with it. For cleaning silver, noth
ing can be bettor, for it is a compound
dissolution of puio coin silver. Inquire
of Mr. Vaughun, at tho Telegraph offieo,
or ut Dr. KSst's drug store, if you want
StM-Nil Hand. Tho Troy brass band
having failed of success, and tho ocho of
its horn.' long sinco died away, some ol
our citizens have organized a string band,
with Mr. Max Martinik as leader. Last
Monday evening tho base viol arrived
A M'olonccllo, violins and other instru
mcuts were in possession of tho company
and this was the only one that was lack
ing, wo bcliovo. Othei expenses, however,
hn'-o been incurred, and wo understand
that in a short time tho band will give u
concert, partly for the purpose of de
fraying such expenses and for tho otuuse
ment of our citizens,
Wo have often been surprised at the
display of wit in the local columns of
somo of our country exchanges. Littlo
squibs of occurrences that aro reported
to have taken placo within tho range of
their local guns, detailed in humorous
style, have often elicited our admiration,
and made us concludo that.country edi
tors are tho cleverest fellows in the world
in getting off a good joke, We aro loth
to have our admiration of these witty
fellows dispelled, but thero is no help for
it when we nee the samo pun in a dozen
difforent papers as occurring in as many
different localities. The conviction is
forced upon us that they are filched.
This is too bad.
The sociable at the I'rosbytoriati church
laBt Friday ovening was a recherche af
fair. It was largely attended, and was
not of tho dry, stale nature that suoh
gatherings often are. Children, misses,
young married ladies and elder ladies,
boys, young men and dignified gentlemen
were there, and showed by their actions
that thoy appreciated tho object of the
gathering. Mrs. Susan Woolfolk, llev.
O.J3, Thompson and Col. Parker, the prin
cipal managers of tho occasion, did every
thing in their power to make' tho com
pany's enjoyment complete, and all who
were thore will testify to the fact that
they lucoccdcd admirably. Games of an
innocent character wero indulged in, and
suoh sports ts-would throw tho assembly
together and prosoote friendship. If
thtso eooiables were moro frequent there
would be less ooldnesi among Christians
toward each other more of that love
whioh as brothers and sisters in Christ
they should feel. The refreshments were
enjoyed as muoh by the elders as by the
Twenty-three deaths from heat oo
swrfttlin 1'hiladolptiia on tho 4th.
Titos, having notes and accounts of
long Handing duo Cako & Hogers, ro
rtquosted to call and tuafc. early ttl.
moot. Otherwise, they vill find thou i
th hands of ati officer for collection
CAKE & ttOOKRS.
July 10, 1872.
The l'io-nlo at Old Moons was a sue
cess in its way. Wc were unablo to b
thero, but learn that tliera was a largo
crowd in attendance, aud that ovtrythmg
paissdoffas smoothly uud pleasantly ss
the friends of the church could desire.
Quite a numbsr of oandidntts wore there
making friends, and showing their gen-
mnait; t I 1! 1 . -.a
H.tle pleasant incidenu occurred, III
wwb i,ii4 u jn.u uii mrce young aitor
ncys, that was snjoyed more probably by
those in tho secret than the aforesaid
limbs themselves, At the dinnir table
this trie found themselves facing a beau
tiful German lady, whoso rosy cheeks,
red lips, pleasant and intellectual look
ing face, and lovely form, attracted thoir
undivided attention to the neglect of tbe
Bumptuous faro spread out buforcthcin. It
was a clear caso of love on first sight, on
tho part of our young friends. Admira
tion of the lovely heroine swept away all
thought of hunger, and wonderment de
picted itself upon their countenances.
The lady, unconscious of the Cupid darts
that flushed from their eyes, sat com
posedly enjoying the good things beloro
her. She uto as ono who enioed excel
lent health, and however lung that may
have been, tho mitten gentlemen sat j
wrapt in sweet thought of a prospective
introduction after she had done full duty
to tho bounteous repast. As tho arose,
their charmed oyea followed her graceful
form, until thought changed into action,
and they went industrious y to work in
quiring of every ono they met who the
beauty was, At last success crowned
their efforts tho goal was within the tr
reach. A gentlemen ihev inquired of
knew the lady. Would he give them an
introduction? O, certainly ; it was Mri.
, and tho has a worthy husband and
a lino little offspring of a few summers.
Hope deferred mukoth thu heart sick,
but where the starch is taken out of a
fellow at one cruel sweep, the shock is
truly hard to bear. Their feathers fell,
and we ore told that with one exceptoin,
(hey moped around tho balance of the
day and "never smiled again."
AV. S. Cooper has a large supply of
Arbuckle's browned Coffee, the best in
uso, and will keep a full supply always
on baud, besides everything olso in tho
notion and grocery line. IIo is receiving
fresh supplies every week. Call at the
"Novelty" uud bo posted before buying
Stolen ?25 Rewaiui On tho 3d
day of June, ult , a fine Gold Watch was
stolen from tho residence of James W.
Dyer, near Wentzvillo. Tho watch is an
English lever, made by Gsylord & Son,
Liverpool ; No 7,303. A reward of 825
will bo paid any one who will find the
watch and return the samo tn this offieo
or to Jauien W. Dyer, noar Wcntzville.
Tho chinch bug reigns supreme in the
corn fields all over the county. Since the
commencement of harvest they have
taken up march for the corn, and in some
places tbe ground is almost covered with
Fort Salk on Kent. Tho brick livery
stable, on Main street, couth of tho
Planters House, is for salo or rent.
Apply to Mr. B. S. Crews or It. O.
OLDKB'h MUBEUM, OlllCUH AND MEN-
AOElUF.. This Grand Alliance is to
visit our town Thursday, July 18, with
an entirely new system of conducting a
show; an improvement that must meet
with marked approbation, One new
fcaturo wbioh impresses us favorbly and
shows to us the progressiva spirit of Mr;
Older, is tho arrangement of his pavil
ions, whereby the Museum and Menagerie
can be viewed without attending the
Circus, as each are in separate pavilions
and one ticket admits to both ; again Mr.
Older was the first in tbe field with on
instructive Muioum attaohed to a trav
elling Menagerie and Circus ; knd tho
very first to scaroh the hidden depths of
the sea and bring fortk to the gaze of
the dwellers of the land a monster Whale
Sea Tiger Sea Cow Seals Sea Dog
Shark and numerous other marine
Como to town and see tho baby ele
phaut, only SO inches in hight, observo
the numerpus Lions, Tigers, Hyena a
hokt of Monkeys, and evor three hundred
beautiful Tropical birds.
Como and see the European Gymnasts,
Mons. and Madamo Sanyuab, the most
wonderful performers in tho world. We
can assuro our readers that no better
show will make its appearance hero this
The "Feurth" appears to have been
more generally observed throughout tbe
country than has beon the case for years.
Tbe heat in New York continues very
oppressive. Upwards of a thousand
deaths from all effuses occurred there
last week up to Thursday night.
At Chenoa, Illinois, July 4th, 1ST2, WALTER
SCOTT, youngest ton of Joscj'h L. and Harriet
Chandler. Another one of Jesus' lambs Is gath
ered into tho fold of tbe loved ones "ho have
gone Wore. A.H.
CAKIS & 110GK1.8' COLUMN.
BF.FOHK PURCHASING CALL AT OUR
SHOP AT THE TAN YAItD IN TItOV
AND L'X MINK
OUH I.AItGi: STOCK Ol
Open-face work do..
I llor.-e Hhinktes,
Hair Saddle Girths,
I Leather Saddle Girths,
' Web Saddle Girths,
Mule II amcs.
I Wagon Whips,
Ox W hips,
I Horso Collars,
! Mule Collars,
Blow Gear, &o.
Boys' and Girls'
Boots and Shoe
of Kvcry Style,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
Hides and Tallow.
BOOT AND SHOE
Wo manufactueo our Roots and Shoes,
Saddles, Harness and Collars out of
Leather of our own Tanninp, and aro
tho only porsons in Troy who uianulac
turo out of Leather made at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
NU'ft'103 .SH3IDOH ? HSIM'
POLAAI) Ai lkA VUiS.
I HAVE forjtnlo iuro bred rigs, purchased
from tho best families of the Poland and
; China Hogs nt .Messrs. Shcpiitd 3c Alexander, of
Charleston, III'. I am convinced that this Is tho
i best breed uf hogs for our state, They gran to
' n Tcrv Inrco site, and In I ten well nt any niro.
l'rleo lor choice pig", winning i() pounds at
ten weeks old. $10. 1IKNHY T. MUDD.
Millwood, Mo., May 2Mb, Is72.
I expert tn rcmnlti In Troy, nnd
keep nt all limes it Large mid
Complete Slock of
I WAHK NT my JtUilry tn
lie ulint I i cir("-tiit It. It' Cold,
I tell my customers so; If Plated
I tell tlictn. Jewelry made or
imrctinxt'il tn order. I ki vp tlic
M'i'v lc-t American Watches ami
Clocks for tale.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry Jicpafrcrf, and nil
Wo k Warranted.
I have just opened out a NEW
AA JJ CO MT LET E STOCK of
Good in the, brick build inn of 'Mess.
Woolfolk iO Crews, adjoining Mr.
Withrow 's saddle, and harness store,
and Will keep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OK
77ic Season bring short J have determined
ON ALL GOODS.
JtW A I rcalireil con'l.letablo los by tho
burning of 1117 homo, store anil tock, I carnutly
cnll tiinn till persons who owe mo to settle,
need tho money.
Troy, Mo,, Nov. fll), 1H7I.
JAS. E. EDDENS,
AGENT AT NEW HOPE FOR.
G. Aultnian fc Co.'s
" SweepstakeS "
Tho Only Gonnino
Thresh ing Ma ch inc.
C. Anltmnn Bi Co.
Iloot & Piatt,
St. Louis, Mo.
TWO STYLES of HORSE POWERS,
Doth Clghl ind Ten Hone.
Tho Improved "Gary "Power.
The ConiponsatlnE Power, either
"Mountoil" or "Down."
A commendable ftmbltlon eilill among Tfcreiher.
utu own the be.t Machine in (he neighborhood,'
Nothing it more diiagrtrable to them than to have
farmer complain that their uoiic ! i.ot rroperl) done,
or to lo,e valuable time by rcaror. ol brialtafet, t,i
they cannot be too caretul in telexing a Machine,
Tho Gwoonstnlioj ll t!io ncorotllt'.il
hcntl of ll.e 1 l.re.hlng Machine lamily, ana in
SUI'r K10K bTRHNf. I II, durability, impHcitr, eaie
of dtatt, t) le of hnnh, in I capacity lor thrclhlng an.l
leaning grain fit fur market, latter and better than any
cither, are ai!.novlcJgid.
Tho proat refutation nclilovod by
thin lavcrltc MaihlTe hal led icieral tinicrujruh'-ii
manufacturer! and nun.cri.iu agi-ntt to attaih the name
of "oWLM'Si AK1 a" inomev.y cruller lothei.
machine! nj adiertl.emei.ti, to r.lileaJ and decciie,
To avoid deception ice that every Macnlne hai the
card "C, Aultman & Co., Manufacturer!, Canton,
Ohio.,' In gilt letters, conspicuously on both lidci ol
Tho Oonulo Swccpstahcs ccahlos
tho throkhor 10 I Uk M iu.vomer, elom itori
fji rcpaiii.Ta.ti much longer than ollieri, lavci muih
grumbling and wjtation, dcei the lame amount ct
work with leu labor, and enable! him lo iciect the best
and molt profitab.e Jobi.
Tho farmer fi ! it tno proforsnce,
'and olten an catra pi. , r ouihcl, bcau.e it tluvihci
clean from the h.cCi, icpaMci pcrlcitly, Irom the maw.
cleans for market, -vithout waste, lavci alt the grain,
docs III work v,ith the umoit ipeed, lately, and econo
my, and doei m.1 keep gang ol men anJ teami about
It on expenie.
The Mcgtnt " Patent 1'ivol Side Gear," la to be
found only on the "Sweepstakes. 1
Tho "Pntost Clor.ninc Apinrtvtu"
enables the operator to control tl c clliictlon cf the
blast, and poiilioii of tho Hevci, end clear.! either
heavy, or light guln, without wa.te, 11 fa.l ai It can
be tfireihed-the chaiT and illrt, bemj separated from
the grain iici'uko ir stiiiki-s iiw binvi.1 r ail.
Safety Couplings ( TtimMlns Rodi, which
live money, time and clanger to man and beast, are
furnished on all our roacMnn.
A Wrltto". "WarronfT delivered ltj
Tho "CwcOTjitnhtvi" l "'mlly ery icau-,
article ifier harve-t, ant p.rtiei ihould iiiujbr cklv,
heparstori. Hone 1'ov.eti, Straw Slackers, Rean of
Jacki, lold icparan wnen oeslreil.
Call or lend and rcl J"pi'let Circular, giving a
Hill dcicrl)tlon and partirulari, together with prices
rovn husinkss in tiik heu :.'
CAIili AT TIIK
CHEAP CASH STORE
OUR SUMMER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION
in Tin: i'or,i.oui.
LINE OF GOODS:
Wi.lo Silk Velvet
Heavy J en 11 9
llutioy Comb Quilts
J, I.n dies Hosiery
Corsets, low to fine,
A o., S.C.
Flue White FlunneU
1'lnlJ Chock "
Crnshos, bro. A bleach'
l'illow Cn Cotton
Merino Vents find
nrjs ivr caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
L.'Klios' mid niiwscfs' (Jailers,
GK O CJE RIBS,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
Rice, Spier, and Evrrytciug ice,
Oyslors and Sardines,
ANYTHING YOU WANT.
pir OALL and ski:.
J VC KSO &, Hi l l ,
TROY, MO. March 7, 1872-nov'71yl
Stop and Think !
The Best Bargains at
NOVELTY CASH STORE.
Save a Half Dollar, by calling at
tho Novelty Cash Store, where ynu can
!'ot 15 ten-cent cakes of the Park Coin
puny Toilet foap for SI, anti thereby save
V. S. COGPKR.
Thanks, Fhiends, Thanks I I de-
piro to thank tho citizens of this commit
tiity for tho liberal patronnixo bestowed
upon uie in iuv business transactions with
thorn ; ami as I havo opened another
largo and complete stock of Notions, &o ,
ask them for a continuation of their
flavors. As heretofore, I will soli my
goods cheaper than tlicy can be 'bought
elsewhere. Almost anything you can cull
tor in the notion line L havo in my store ;
also a largo stock of boots and shoes for
men, wutiicn and children, which I will
sell for very littlo advanco ou first cost ;
also a coniploto lino of ladies and gen
tlemen's hats, together with groceries
chcapor than they can bo bought else
whore of samo quality. And speaking of
eroeencs reminds me ol thirty oild years
ago, when sugar was sold at 20 pounds
lor a silver dollar anil tho money was
equally as legal as it is now, though not
quilo so Under.
Call at tho "Novelty Cash Store," on
tho corner of Alnin and Cherry.
nlO W. S, COOPER.
f you want SHOKS, tho "Novolty" is
tho placo to save 25 per eent. Corner of
Alain and Cherry, 1 roy, Mu.
W. S. COOPKJt.
If you want GROCKUIK3 at what
thoy aro worth, call on AV. S. Cooper at
tho Novelty Cash Store. Don't beliovu
what others say, but call ; it is no trim
bio to show goods. I was told by u lady
that a merchant said my goods were ycry
inferior, but oftcr examining them she
bought, and said she would call again.
Tho "Novelty" sells II ATS very cheap.
Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls and Hoys sup
plied vory cheap. Call and eco. No
tions, Quccnswcro and Glasswaro cheaper
than they can be bought elsewhere.
P. C. CAKi:. I J. M. Mcl,i:M,AN
CAKE & MoLELLAN,
Real Estate Agents,
Troy, Lincoln County, SIo,,
Iluy and Sell I.aml, Pay Tnxcn lor Non
residents, ;ivo AbtractH of Titles,
tVrlto Deeds, Mortgages, IMatu
ot Lands, Ac.
They Offer for 'Sale Hie Following
No. 1 Imirovc'l fnrin, 189 acre", .1 mllci
dorthwcit nf Auburn. 9 tnlf nf ntt.J nn.l o
miles uf rock road, ,15 acres In culllrrition. 1S4
nprni fllilnmllit Itmlmp li...l.lnMl.nt... tl
......... . ,....uv,, iivn,.t-iuKUVH, ,lul
rlc, elablo and corn crib, l'rleo 2i0U, ono third
chbii, uuinuco uii nine.
n. n.ml inuit rt mil,. .r,i1.wA. .e t-a-
40 ncrci In tho mliMlo of tho coul fioldn nnd
Miiiin luuynrim ol tho ebnrt at, tho Link mlno.
Trice r-200fl, half cash, hnlanco on tlmo.
Vll. .'1 ..p., i.nkn...l t...l 1 1
. ,.v(., iiiiuimuiiu UlllUUr lilllU
bi miles fouth of Millwood and adjoining Vest
inuriu. a rtca sniv, ttitru ensn, uuinnca on long
No. Si Houo nnd lot In Troy, frntno houso
.10 by 40 nnd orft story IiIrIi, d looms, clorot,
smoko houfe, clslrrn, shrubhery, Ac, lot 100 by
110 feet, 2C0 yards from town r ring, l'riee and
terms $1000 cnfli,
No. Farm of ll'J ncrc, 1( miles of Mos
cow Mill, 20 ncn-s In cultivation, U9 acres good
timber, IS bearing (icuch trees l'rleo $20 tier
acre, two-thirds cash, bnlnnco on time.
No. 7 .'it ncres timber land, underlaid with
coal, 2 miles of Moscow, l'rleo J2J cr acre,
two-thirds cash, balance on time.
No. H Improved farm of tl.lj acres, tno
mllo from tho court houso In Troy, 25 acres In
cultivation, 2.1 acres In jiasturo and meadow, 100
tlvo yrnr old nii.lo tree, 25 juacli trees, J5 acres
i.rrri,ll,J llmhvv, 2 ptuty foimr trt Uy at mn.l mn
L 1 story 18 b.v 21, nil In good rctialr, smoko
house, chicken house, slublos and crib, A Xo, 1
tobaoco batn of 0 tiers, good well. Trlco nnd
terms casn tier iierc. Just tho placo for a
ntrson who desires to carry on a small farm, nnd
uiso Rcl mo uencut 01 good schools In Troy for
No. t) Imtiroved firm of fin n,... n
cast of Troy. 25 ncrcs in ciilllvatlon, 55 ncres
cood timber, lor hnusn 111 lit U. 1 1tr,.tn.
house, corn crib and stables, 125 young fruit
trees In bearing, l'rleo $-'15 j.cr acre, two thirds
cash balance, on time.
No. IO Imtiroved farm of 80 ncres 2 tnll.n
south of Tiny, ;I5 acres In cultivation, 15 ncres
In grass and 110 neros timber, houso Hi by 18, 1 Ji
stories, kitchen 14 by !fi, smoko house, cellar,
stablo slicdcd on two sides, granary, crib and hen
houe. All these buildings nro new nnd sub
stantial. Well nnd pond of stock watci, 25 ap
ple, 25 peach and 0 pear trees of excellent fruit.
I'rico K0 dols. per acre, two thirds easn balanco
No. II Imnrotcd firm of 200 ncre.i. 5 miles
northwest uf Troy. 70 acres In ciiltlvnllnn. 1.111
neros timber, 2 story houso 18 by 20 with I, kit
chen 10 by 21 ono story, smoko houso with cellar
unner u i it neep, stables, corn crib, now 7-t cr
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 7.10 trees In
Hearing, consisting ot apples, peaches, pears,
plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries. New and
commodious school houso near. l'rleo 20 dols
per acre, half cash, balanco on time trithout in
terest. No 12 Improved farm of SO acres 2K miloi
west of Chain of Hocks, in a Ocrm in neighbor
hood, 40 ncres In cultivation, 10 ncres lino timber,
house, smoko house, good well, stablo, tobacco
barn, apple and pencil orchard, now school houo
closo at hand. I'rico $20 per aero, half cash,
lj.1l.1nco on tlmo.
No. 13 Improved farm of 200 ncres 4 miles
east of Troy and 2 miles of Moscow mills, 100
ncres fenced, 60 acres in cultivation, 20 acres In
grns, 100 acres timber, 2-story house, 20x30,
collar under It, stnoko house, splendid troll, sta
bles, largo crib, 2 tobacco bains, 150 applo trees,
pears, peaches, cherries, grapes. Land producod
50 bushels corn per aero this year. New school
houso completed nnd paid for convenient, i'rico
$18 per acre, half cash, balanco on tlmo.
No. I I 140 acres, Improved tarm, 50 acres
fenced nnd In cultivation, splendid timber, in
cluding a good sugar camp, 110 bearing fruit trees,
two-story log houae, lathed and plastered, smoke
houso nnd outbuildings, :! splendid sptings 011
tho farm, This larin is fit 0 miles from Troy and
half that distance fiom St Is A K Hallro id. I'rico
No. 15 1150 acres of splondld 1 ind located
near tho north lino of ibis county. Tho rock
road from Auburn and tho St 1. .t K Hr both run
through this tract. About ono half of this land
is fenced and has six dwelling houses located at
different points 011 it. Stables, crtbs and tobacco
barns nio largo nnd well built, aud at convenient
points on tho laim. Tboentlro tract is offered at
tho very low figuro of $20 per acre. Or wo wilt
sell tracts of oO acres, 120 acres, 1C0 acres, 2011
aercsj at a small advanco on tho abovo prico.
according to tho improvements nnd location of
tho Particular tract desired by tho purchaser.
No. Hi Improved farm of 80 acres fenced
nnd 40 acres in cultivation, largo house, l'.
stories high and n kitchen 12x 10 ; spring within
short distance, I good springs on placo; 100
fruit trees of apples, peaches, cherries, plums,
pears ; within ono mllo of n grist and saw mill,
4Jj miles south of Tro. I'rico $15 per aero.
No. II 111 ncres, small houso and about 15
acres cleared and under fence, 120 ncres oT
timber, 5 miles mirth of Troy. I'rico $500.
No. 18 Four woll improved, splendid farms,
lying in 0110 body of 525J( acres ; will bo sold
Kp.iriitely or together. ISO acres has largo
dwelling houso with 7 rooms, 2 porches, part of
tho houso new, beautiful site, with largnhndo
trees In yard, 2 tenant houses In tho yard, smoko
houso, well of living water and a clstorn, now
barn 30x44; old stable; granary, corn crib;
plenty of stock water; 500 young thrifty applo
trees of selected fruit, 100 cholco Iruit trees in
bearing, and never full any year. All well
fenced in Colds of convenient slzo, pastures nnd
meadows well set In grass and clover, 3D ncres of
fino limber. This is, and has been for years,
tho model farm of tho township. I'rico $:i,' por
acre. 1C0 acres has dwelling hoti.o ljjf stories
high. Isl8 x20 with I. kitchen, com crib nnd
stublo, nil new; 40 acroj fenced nnd In cultiva
tion, 120 timber. Prico $20 per aero. 120 has
dwelling lx;';i with Is porch on south sido of
houso, smoko Irouso, cistern well, stables and
cribs; land all well fencod, 00 ucres in cultiva
tion and moadow. I'rico 25 dols. per (icro. 85
acres, -ID acres in cultivation, 15 acres meadow,
no buildings, .10 ncres timber. I'rico 20 dols. per
acre, i'rico of tho cntlro tract of 525JJ acres,
$22 50 per aero. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, balanco
No. It) New two-story dwelling and Slots In
town of Troy. Houso 10x20 with I, 0s28, por
tico in front nnd porch nu back,0 I.irgo rooms, n
closet, well of living water, largo cistern; smoko
houso and stable. I.argo number of fruit trees
In bearing, npplos, pouches, pears, sweet cher
ries, morlllo cherries, plums, quinces, Ac. W, th
in two squares of churches aud ichools. I'ricu
u 0 thuusat'd dollars.
No. 21 Improved farm 49 acres of snlcndld
land In i Herman neighborhood, In a high stnto
of cultivation, good dwelling houso, smuke houso
and slab e,somo fruit trees. Fur 111 well watered.
Within i mllo of Chain of Hocks and IK mllo
of Mouth of Illg creek, l'rleo 1500 dols.
In this enlightened ago not many purchasers,
strangers especially, hlro conveyances and rldo
over tho country In senrch of a farm for sale,
when thero is a Heal Hstato Agency to bo found.
Wo advertise extentivcly and systematically, and
owners desiring to sell, nnd purchasers wishing
to buy, each earnestly hunting for the other nod
his own Interest, secure tho greatest possible
safety and dospatch nn tho ono hand, and thu
Irait expenio of time and money (or search 011
tho other, by placing In our Agonoy tho salo or
purcba 0 of any property.
Wo rcqulro parlies desiring to sell property to
sign a contract 'describing tho same, naming tho
length of tlmo tho property Is to remain for salo,
prlco and tortus, mid binding llio owner to pay
our commission if n tat Is effected.
Our CommUhlons. If tho prlco does not
exceed $800, our commission lor salo will bo $20.
itcgular commissions on ull sales 2); per cent.
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