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THE HEKA LD,
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
'or .tiuioiiiia'i" IXimllilaln fr Vimnlij OJJ'mt', l$l
J-'vr 7iicinn'; OJtan, $2.50
We nro authorised In announce, Colonel 1!. 11.
HUM, i.f Union (uWDshlp m a candidate for
Hcprcscntatlo oT Lincoln county In tlio next
Ucncral Assembly, subject to the approval of tlio
Democratic Primary Miction or Convention, ai
the ccnttnl committee limy order.
Wo nro authorized to iinuouiiro J AMDS K.
CANNON of llcdlurd township us a cndldato for
Cullcctor of Lincoln county, subject to tlio rati
fication of tlio Dcmocratlo l'rluiary Election or
County Concnllon, ns tlio central committed
To the Vvttr of Lincoln Comity: I nnnounco
myself aa n cat.dldnto lor the Cullcctorshlp of
Lincoln county, subject to tlio action of (lie
Democratic Convention or l'llmary lllcctlou, mid
respectfully aollcltjour suffrage.
(ino. r. svci:ni:v.
lVo nro authorized to nnnounco THOMAS M
'CAUTKU of Chirk tcuvinliiji ns n cnndldato for
cShctltT of Lincoln county, euljcct to tlio ratlfi
cation of the l)emocratlo Primary Klccllon or
County Convention, whlchoerls rccouaneiided
by tlio Democratic Contial Committee of tlio
We arc authorized to nnnounco W. A. WOOD
SON of Monroo township as n caddidato fur
.Sheriff of Lincoln county, auliject tu tlio action
of tlio Ilemocintlc Primary Election or Conven
tion, whichever may bo ogrecd upai by tlio ccn
Wc nro nutliorized to nnnounco JNO. McDON"
ALI) of Dedford township ns a candidate for
Treasurer of Lincoln county, subject to tho ratifi
cation of tho Democratic l'rimary Election or
County Convention, as tho Dcinocriitiu Central
Cotuuiiltcc of tho county may order.
Vor Public Administrator.
7,'iior lhraldt Sir Please announce In jour
in per that I am a cnndldato for 1'uldio Admini
trntor of Lincoln county, suljcc' to the notion
of I ho III inoeratlc Pilinary lllccllon or Conven
tion, na the centul cumniltti'O of tlio county m ly
order. JOMAII Cltl'.LCll.
A Lie Xailcil.
Mr IJilil r: In tho D'upitch of lat
week an urtielu aiipoarud saying that tlw
Deputy County ( 'lurk rulitiit toil that ho
had collected nighty dollars from shows
which luil not bean paid into tho county
trtn-ury. The wholo statement is a
lander, mill a liw made of whole do h
Tho Deputy futility Clerk never col
lected fifty dollars nor any other sum
whatever, nt imy tiuic, or for anything
due tho county, which lias not been paid
into the treasury. And if tho Editor
of the Hhpiiteh had made any inquiry, he
could havu ascertained tho falsity of tho
JAAIHS -M. MoI.KLIiA'N'.
Mil. Imsiiku: 1 had not intended to
lake an uciini part in this canvas, hut
try at'enlion lias been called lo an-arti-e'e
in the Ditpntch of the lOili itiit.,
signed '"Tax I'uycr," which calls for u
brief tiotica from tuo.
Tim M.itemetit is made that "Mr. Lay
paiil in S.'O, and that the County Clerk
pu led S25 circus lieeimc out of his
pocket a few days ago an 1 paid in to
tho Trcatuier saying ho had forgotten
t until now." 'Hie Kditor of tho Dis
patch, in hia comments, fay that tho
$25 abovo mentioned was all that had
been previcunly received into the treas
ury on that account, during tho term of
tho present treuauier, Mr. Cannon. He
also say a tho constable, Mr. Lay, told
him thai he did not collect the tax for the
hide shows, fur tho reason that lie could
not procure blank licences.
Now, what I havo to say in regard to
the money paid into tho treasury is this :
Mr. Cuniiuu was right in Buying that the
25 was all the money paid in, for the
reanon that it was evory cent that had
been collected duritig his term rf office -In
regard to the blank licenses spoken of
by Mr. Lay, he is in error when he says
lio could not procuro thorn, IIo came to
my office and got. threo blank licenses
June 20th, tho morning of ttiu show, mid
roturncd them all on tho 1st day of July.
Did Mr. Lay tell tho Editor of the
Ditpatch what ho did with the $10 excess
in change collected for licenses from the
show, and which he uever paid back?
alto, tlfk 25 cents extra fee charged for
collecting tho licento ? All of which he
boasted about, as having douo a sharp
trick. May it not have been that Mr
Lay collected this $10 for the side show
and forgot to pay it in to tho troasuior ?
I cannot close this article without call
ing your attention to a report that is
being very industriously circulated by
John R. Knox, Eliai and U. (1. Norton,
which is intended to alvaucu tho interost
of their favorito candidates in tlio prei
ent campaign, and whieU I pronounco
to be unqualifiedly false in every panic
ular. It ie this: They say thore is
$9,000 school money missing. How,
when, of where, they do not pretend to
say. Thia it the old gume that was at
tempted fwo years ago, just before tho
clootion and which so signally failed.
Now, Mr. Kditor, t think it Is the
duty of the County Court to appoint a
committee to inToitigato this charge, nnd
fchall insist ot, their doing so, '
oUintj it, certaia: V h htcrioa
had been two years farther oft", tho dear
pcoplo vov.ld have never htard of it for!
that length of timo, Iti)t10 01J J0U,,C.
If certain candidates hero ato elected,
the money of the county tt K,)c. into a
corloin Ihnk hero, nnd can bo borrow
by our citizens at two and two and ono
naif per cont. per month, as was the
case heretofore, instead of ten per cent,
per annum, thu lcpa.1 rale of interest.
tine .Mr. hi i u Norton is vilifying1
and abusing other in order to ecuro hie j
election, perhaps he would like to tell'
us about a little hone trade ho was kind j
enough to make fur Mr. J. H. Segra.s
nomo timo binco. If ha dues not toll it'
himself, I feel quite uro nomo one else
As Mr. Lay teems to be around look-
ing up item, for the Troy (rft. Louis)
Ditpatch man, I would like to call his
attention to tho laet, that at tho Mutch
and September terms of our Circuit
Court for 1S01, March and September
terms, lSCfi, and March term, 1SG0,
there were Gnes asscsied nnd collected by
Mr. Knux, amounting to'$550 00, which
were never paid into the treasury until
hebruary lSth, 1807, long after he went
ont of office.
No more at present, Mr. Editor, but
will be pleased tu furniOi you with items
hereafter at occasion domands.
F. C. CAKE.
Those having notes and accounts of
loug standing duo C'ako & Kogcr?, nro
requested to call and mako early settle
ment. Otherwise, they will litid them in
tho hands of an officor for collection.
CAKH & UOGKIld.
July 10, 1872.
'I'hero will he another called term of
tho Circuit Court uf thn county on thu
22d inst. for tho trial of (Juyait.
Thu attention of our fanners i called
to tho advertisement cf F. V. HarbauiD,
wagon, buggy, and plow inatiufjcturer
Mr. Harbauin is a good worlcnim, and is
establishing n fine trade in his line. IIo
warrant till his work, nnd persons buy
ing of him may rest assured that they are
getting fiubstautiul wagons, hu
plows. (Jive lit in a cell
.) ( '. Goodrich, surgeon dentist, will he I
:.. t.... .... ,i... i i ...:n :.. i
,1, l llJ UU 11IU M 1 1113b , UIH1 lll lOIIiaill
during the week. Office with Dr. Bulk
head. W S. Cooper has a largo supply of
Arhucklu's browned Colfce, tho best in
use, and will keep a full supply always
on hand, beside everything clso in the
tuition and grucery lino. IIo is receiving
fresh supplies every week. Call at the
"Novelty" and bo posted beforo buying
Stolen $25 11 i:v.tti) On tho .'Id
day of Juno, ult , a lino Gold Watch was
stolen from tho rcsidcnco uf James V.
Dyer, near Wenl.ville. Tho watch is an
English lever, made tiy Grylord & Suns
Liverpool; No 7,o0j. A toward of $25
will bo pid any one who will find tho
watch and return the sauio to this office
or to Jatncii W. Dyer, near Wcntzville.
Foil Sam: ou Hunt. The brick livery
stable, on Main Mieet, aouth of tho
Planter's House, is for talo or rent.
Apply to Mr. B S. Crows or K. O.
(iIU.UES Slater J.irah Orlraea was born Feb
ruary 22, 1S11. In Lincoln county, .Mo.; '.is mar-
ricd.oT.II tliiiacs December 20; 162S. joined
thu Method st church nbout or lsfi I. and
died May 3, 1672.
It la eon from tlio abovo datci ttiat doatb ban
como us In Its mildc?t, Its most lovo'y form. Tlio
dcatb of tlio younn Is tlio oiucl frot nipping tlio
roso In tlio bud beforo ta beauty lias been un
folded to our view or its fragrance lias tccntcd
tho air. The death of tbo inlddlo azed is tho
merciless storm (weeping with fury over bill and
dalo, forest and field, striking terror to tl.o heart
of man and beast, leaving only twiUlo do.truo
tlon in its hoi rid trulu. Xot so tho death of tho
aged. Thelrdeiith is tlio removing of tboso whoso
beauty has faded and whoso fiagranco has been
spent, that It may be tranrplantcd In tbo :ir.i
diso of Uod, whero it may bloom not only with
Infinitely increased, but still increasing and
never fading beauty. It Is tho reaper of Heaven
gathering tlio golden harvest that Is bowing
down witli ripeness, into tho slorchouso or Hod.
Wo seldom regret to see tho sun setting j wo even
watch with delight bis departing rays wo feel
that his courso Is run, bis work is done. So it is
witli tho death of tbo aged. Wo miss them it is
true ; oh, yes, it is sad tu say farewell. The oro
grows dim with tears as wo look for tho last timo
upon thoir lovely forms. Hut whon wo remem
ber tlio tailoring steps, tho trembling nerve, wo
yield to tho event not as to an Insupportablo ca
lamity, but as to nn arrangomeut ol an all-wlso
l'ruvidenco. 'TIs meet, 'lis mercy, that tho worn
out servant of (lod should find rest In tho peace
ful quiet of tho tomb. lirnthcr. sister, compan
ion, child, our loved ono is UU Inst, sho is only '
gono beforo. Let Ibis bo our consolation, and
let It bo ours by repentance and faith to seek at
tho loot of tho cross that preparation that will
enauie us to meet Her ititli Joy when slio nwaKos
o, ttlnTvl.;' InwhUc1
at tho right hand of Hod
M. S. WHITKSIDL'S.
Change of Time.
HI:H1:A1'TI:H my Hack, carrying tho Mall
u nd Passengers
From Troy to Wciilvillo j
will leave Troy at 7 o'clock tn tho morning, mok-:
ing connection with both tho Hasten) and West-
cm bound trains. My hacks and teams aro kept
In good order, and circlul Urlvvrs manage tneiii,
Ii2:im3 JACO!) 1IAHT.MAN.
NOT1C1' Is hereby given that tho undersigned, '
Superintendent uf public) schools of Lincoln
county, Mo., will, In ncotrdauco with tho tchoid
law of tho Stale, liuld public examination of
teachers, on tho 1st talurday of eicry month, al
tho court house In Troy, and on ihoso days only,
Ttachorn will plense bear this in mind.
tf. 8, l'CN.N;i'(i Ji05, Sup't 1'iiblli: Schools,
Joliu'.'y iVwicolsi ouuuty, o. i
CAKB ft ROGKIW COLUMN.
- , -.: .
12 V13 M. YOIY
B" aS' JlV
AN1) 1IX MIXIJ
nun laiici; siock of
Open-face work do.,
addlo Ci uppers.,
Hair Saddle Girllis.
Leather Saddle Girths,
Web Saddle (Jirths,
, Drovers Whips
l'low Gear, kc.
Hoys' and Girls'
Hoots and Shoes
of Kvery Style,
IflflMC WUh XcutliesS ttiul Lisjmtch.
Hides and Tallow.
HOOT AND SHOE
M'p maniir-inlticn nnr Ttnnla nn.l Ml,n,a
(J,ij, ri. . i n . p
M ea- ""ncss and Collars out or
Leather ot our own Tunning, and nro
tlio only )ersot)8 III Troy who millllllao-
lure ut ' 4 -t our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
He tyMW PIJ.
T HAVf! forsalo mrn bred rigs furcliaJed
1 from tho best Inlnlllc. of tho I'olund nnd
Chlnn lions nl Mo'ara. Shcjinrd k Alrxnnder, of
Chnrlcaton, III. I inn convinced that tlil la tho
beat brccil of Ikk' lor our.atnto, They Kf"T t
n very Inrfio aire, nnd fatten well nl nny age.
1'rlco for choice pigs wl(;lilni5 il) pound nt
tcnweckaold, 10. HENIlV T. MUllD.
.Millwood, .Mo., .May 26th, IS72.
I :xiict tn remain In Troy, unit
Lceii nt nil limes n l.nrge uliil
lomplrlc Stork of
I W A It It NT my .lewilry to
lie what I ri'iu-ckciil It. H'Colil.
I tell my cutouicrs mi; 11 I'liilvil
I tell tlicm. .1 cue I ry imiile in
iui'cliavtl In nrilci'i I hci , tlir
verv best American IVntclii", mill
Clocks f oi- sale.
Watches, (Jocks anil Jew
cfri Jirpaircd, and nil
'Wo k Warranted.
1' It itvc just opened out a NEW
AiJ) COMI'JjETJC STOCK of
Goods hi (lie brick binldiiiij of Mens.
Wool oik c0 Crews, adjoin in; Mr.
Withronts saddle and harness store,
and will iccp on hand
COMl'LlITl" STOCK OI'
The &amn hcivg short 1 have thUrmtnctl
TO ItlilM ce;
OX ALL (iUODri.
KCf Ah I rt'iilitvl eon -ilci lois by llie
burning uf ni,r Innnt', sloro ami f tuck, I cflnicntly
cnll ii . un till jtcr ns w hu owo mo to tcltlc, I
ticuil tlio monoy, -
Troy, Mo., Nov. 30, 1K7I.
JAS. E. EDDENS,
AGENT AT NEW H 2PE FOR.
C. Aultman fc Co.'s
" SweepstakeS "
The Only Oonnino
Th j xsh in i? Ma chine.
C. Aitltmnii & Co.
Iloot & Piatt,
St. Louts, I.Io.
TWO STYLES of HORSE POYtERS,
Both Eight iml Ten Hone.
The ImprovoA " Cary Power
The Conii)ouBiitinB Power, either
"Mouutod or "Down'
A commendable ambition eiliti among Tl.reiher
ntu own the best Mail.iite In the neihboitiootl."
Nothing it incfc dit.if rt-rable to thrm titan to have
fjrmeri rompLin that their woilt ii tivX protrl Ione,
or to lose VsiKuble time by sTsttoit tt brcakatet, tiJ
they cainot be too laictul in tticttt.it; a Msulunc.
Tlio Suooptu:Oii J.i tlio nccrcdltotl
lioatl ft the 1 nr ' .Mail.ir.c Unity, ami Ii
iUlM-KlOU tTKI Sit I'M, i!uratiil.ty, fetirpitclti , ia:e
ot draft, it le cf fini.li, a., I capacity tor thrcthing inJ
f IraiiitiK gra:n fit I' r fiarkct, (aster anJ Utter Ihjn any
ether, arc acLnuwlcdgcJ,
Tho nrcnt roi;uint!on ncliloved iy
ill in lavcnte Macta'.e hai td e- eral uncrupubui
manutactun ri anJ fttui'crru a,rnti to Hat h l fie n-m
vt "hWLIU'ST AK1 a" In m.ie vy ur i thcr to thcl.
ciachinci and aivertuemrnti, tn n, Ulead an. I deceive.
To avoid deception tee that e cry Macnine hat tlic
caid C, Aultman (i Co., Manufjituren, C'antrn,
Ohb.' tn gilt Utters, conipiiucuily on bcth tlJct ut
Tho Gonitis a Swcopstiilies onn7;!cs
tho thrc&her V bi iuii-iRtrt atidian noj-t
lot repatu, tam muth longer than others, tavt muh
grumuing and eation diet the laire amoui t ol
work with lets labor, and cnallet him (p select the bent
and most profitable jobi.
ThofYirnior rIvoh it iiin rroforer.ro,
and often an extra price pir buoi.el, bcaute it tlirisi.ei
clean from the hea4i, separae perlcclly, from the ttuw
clcani for market, withul waie, sjvet all the fra'n,
does its work with the utmost ipecd, sifrty, and ccdko
my, and does not keep a sn of men and teams about
It on expenta.
The Elegant " Patent Tlvot fide Cear," Is to be
found only on the '&wcept.ukes,''
Tho ' Patent Glonnisr Apparatut
enables the operator to control li.c tiieviion of the
blast, and position of the bicui, and clean elthi r
hea.y, or light grain, without watte, fi;t ai it ciu
be threihcd-the chaT and dirt, teinR lepraled frou
the grain LkfuKU IT biHiki.i niu btuLii at all.
Safety CoupliURU fa TumtHng Rods.whUh
ive money, time and danger to man and beast, arc
furnished on all our macnii.es.
A Written Warrant t dciivercj
Tho MSwoeil8tnhP8Ml usually avery Kait(
1 irtlclc after hart est, and pirtiet should ohpfk i:iuv.
Separators, Horse rocn, ttraw ttackcrs, Gears v
Jaekt, sold separata wnen aesired.
Call or send and get a Pamphlet Circular, giving a
full description and artlrulars, tvgttbcr with prices
c. tu. .
ou dsinkss in the m:hu
CAI'l. AT Tllf.
CHEAP .CASH STOM
OUR SUMMER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION,
in tiii: roi.i.ou iNc
LINE OF GOODS:
I'ltii) hlto 1'lanni.ls
I'lniilt Chrck "
Crn.lic, lirn, TuU-ncls'
riltinv Cnso Cuttnn
Mi-rlnii Vests nn,!
I'inu Cii.liiii rii
Wl.lo hlik Velvets
llunoy Comli Quilts
d, I.nillcs Hosiery
Corsets, loir lo line,
HATS AIV CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES
fj.'uluV nnd iVlisM's' 'aitcrs,
i II O C'JE REUS,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
Hlcf, Sjiicr, and Kvrrjtcing Nice,
Oystors and Sivi'tlinos,
ANYTHING "oU WANT,
.Ai h AMI m;k.
J(KSO V II HI T.
T110V, IO. Jlnreh 7, lST2-no U'7I 1
Stop and Think !
The Rest Rargains at
NOVELTY CASH STORE.
The "Ncnclty Cufli Store" lias removed
a few iloors ninth of it olil latid, just
above J,ynott's liardwaro storo.
Thanks, Fiiikxhs. Thanks! I de
firo to thank the citizens nl'tliis coiiiinu
nity for the liher.il pntruuniru hcnlourcd
upon iuc in nir liu-iiiess trniisetioi with
tho ri) ; nnd a 1 have upeiied another
lare and corn plctc stock olWotinn.i, c ,
ask thcui for a eontiiitia'iiin of their
favors. A.4 licretofuro, I will cull my
floods cheaper than Ihiy can be bought
elsewhere. Almost anything you can call
lor in the notion line I have in niy store ;
nUo u luro btacU uf hoots and fhoea for
men, women and children, which I will
sell for very littlo advance on Orst cost ;
also a complete lite of ladies and gen
tlemen's hats, together with groceries
cheaper than 11. cy can bo bought else
where of sauie quality. And speaking of
urocencs reininus tnc ot thirty odd years
ngo, when cuanr was sold nt 120 pounds
lor a silvor dollar and tho tunncy was
equally as legal as it is now, though not
quite so timhr.
nlfi S COO I Kit.
Savk a IIalk Dom.ak, hy calling al
the Novelty (Jush Storo, whoru ynu can
t;ot 15 ten cent cakes of the Park Com
puny Toilet foap for SI, ana thereby save
W. S. COUl'KH.
ff you wont SIIOKS, tho "Nuvelty" it
tho place to savo 25 per cent. Corner of
Main and Cherry, Troy, Mo.
W. S. COOI'KJl.
If you want C.UOCHHIKS tit whut
thoy urn worth, call on Y S. Cooper ut
tho Novelty Cash Store. Don't believe
what others Fay, but call ; it is no trou
bio to show goods 1 was told by a lndy
thatu merchant raid my goods were yury
inferior, but after examining them t.).u
bought, and suid she would call again.
Tho "Novelty" soils HATS very cheap.
I.adiea, Gentlemen, Girls nnd Hoys nip
plied vory cheap. Cull mid see. No
lions, Queunswero and Glassware cheaper
ttta, tlicf Je bought olsowhere.
I'. C. CAKB. I J. M. McLUlj.AH
CAKE & MoLELLAN.
Real Estate Agents,
Troy, Mneols Couniy) Mov,
lluy nrnl Htll l.amli lay laitcs lor Xoii
rcsWotits, CJlVc Abulriictii of Titles,
Wrllis I)eeil, MnrtggcJt Plait
nl I an.N, .tc;
They Oirtf for sale liit oilowlii
So. I tiiinruvtjil r.trm. 1D ft: !t rutin.
.lortliwest uf Aulmrh, '2 tnlies of ralltosil nnd 3
miles of roek roaj, :U Acres In eullli-allnn. l.M
aeroi spli nillil tlnilier, licWeil-loe liouse 1 j J stn.
rle, stablu mill corn crib, l'rlco f Iftati, one third
ensli, tmliince on time.
No.' Coiil hnd 6 inllc roulliwd.l r,r Tro,..-
40 uercs In tlio Inlddlo of tlio co.1l Holds nnd
miin inn yards nl ttiu lufl nt tlio Link ralnoi
l'rlco $2000, lmlf rasli, Imlnnco on tlino.
Nil. 3 202 neres uhhniirnvpil tlmh.r Inn, I
SJj miles south or Millwood a.irl ndjoinlnu West
nrnlriv. l'rlco SOI), third ensli. lialanco on lontf
So. f llon.n nnd Int In Troy, rmmo lion.
SO by ID mill in story lilCli. i tnorlls: etn.el.
moke liouso, cislern, shrubbery, Ac, lot 100 by
IWI feel, 2110 yards from town si ring, l'rlco and
terms isiuno cash,
No. r,irm of lltl ncre. H! mllea t
eow Mill, 20 nens in cultivation, "tf aires good
i limn r, in ucuriii); iieaen ircei l'rlco 20 iier
ncre, two-tlilrds cash, halanoo on time.
So. 1 t ncrc timber land, underlaid wlllt
coal, 2'f miles r MoJcnw. Prloo $20 ,cr acre)
tno thirds cash, balanco on timo.
X". H Improved farm of tIJJJ cre, nn
nillo from tlio enurt liou.o In Trov. 5.i ner... In
eullivation, 2,) acres In ;,asturo and meadow', 100
live year old ntiitlu trees. Si i.eaeh trees. J.l nen j
Udendid timber, 2 stoiy fr.imo 18 by 21 nnd nn
i, i nory is i,y 24, nil in gooa rtpalr, smokii
house, chicken bouse, stables nnd crib, A No. I
louacco tnrn oi o tiers, Rood will, l'rlco nnd
terms 835 cash per nrro. Jiikt the nlaco for n,
txrson who desires lo carry on a small farm, and
also get lho bcncGt of good schools In Troy for
Xo. Improied f.irm of fl) acres 3Jf mile",
cast or Trov, 25 acres In cultivation, 53 acre
i'uod timber, Ing house III In 18, 1 JJstories, smoke
house, corn cnli nnd slnblcs, 125 young fruit
trees la bcarlnc. l'rlio f.'lj i.er acre, two lhlr.l.
ensh balanco on time.
Xo. ID Improved farm of Si) ncrcs S mli.n
youth of Trxy, 35 acres In cultivation, 15 acres
In gra's nnd SO acres timber, hnnso 16 by IS, ljj
stories, kitchen 14 by lo, smoko house, cellar,
stable sheded on tno sides, granary, crib nnd lien
hoii'c. All thco buildings nro new nnd sub
stantial. Well nnd pond of stock natci, 25 np.
pie, 25 peach nnd pear trcis of exec-Merit ftulti
l'rlco 311 dull, pcracie, two thirds casii balanci
Xo. II I.nproed farm of 200 acres, 5 mlln
northwest of '1 rov. 70 ncrcs in rulilrnil
nrrcs timber, 2 slnry huuso 1ft by 20 with L kit
chin Hi by 21 ono story, suioko houso with cellar
under It , It ilcep, stHblcs.corn crib, new ?-t cr
tobacco barn, splendlil orchard uf 7.10 trcis 111
bearing, consisting of apple, penches, pears,
plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries. New nnd
commodious school house near. Price 20 dol
per acre, half cash, balance on timo without ln
Xo Improved farm of Si) acres 2) rallct
west of Chain of Hocks, In a (lonnm neighbor
hood, 10 acres in eullivation, 40 acres (ino timber,
house, smoko house, good well, stable, tobaccit
barn, applo nnd peach orchard, new school hoii'o
closo ut hand, l'rlco 420 per aero, half cusli(
b.iUnco on timo.
Xu. Improred farm of 200 acres 4 miloJ
east of Troy nnd 2 miles of Moscow mills, 100
ncrcs fenced, fl) Peres In cultivation, 20 ncrcs In
grass, 10,1 acres timber, 2 story house, 3030
cellar under It, smoko liouso, splendid welli sirt
blcs, largo crib, 2 tobacco bams, 150 applo trees)
pears, peaches, cherries, grapes. Land produced
50 bushels corn per aero this yeai. New school
houso completed nnd paid for convenient, l'rlco
$18 per ncre, half cash, balanco on liino.
Xo. II 140 acres, Imprmed rami, 60 ncrcs
fmced and in eullivation, splendid timber, in
cluding agoodsugarcamp.IlO bcnringfrult tree?,
two. story log liouse, lathed nnd plastered, smoko
bouse nnd outbuildings, 3 splendid springs on
tho farm, This farm Is fivo miles from Troy and
half that dlstanco from St h .t K Hallrond. Pried
f 1,110 cash.
Xo. IS 1150 acres of splonillil land located
near lho north lino of this county. Tho rock
road from Auburn nnd the St I, ,t K Rr both run
through this tract. About one half of thli land
i fenced and has sii dwelling houses located at
different points on it. Stable", cribs and tobneco
barns aio Inrgo and well built, nhd ut convenient
points on tho fnim. The entire tract is offend at
lho very low figuro -if $20 per acre. Or we will
fell trncts of h0 ncrcs. 120 acres, 1C0 ncrcs, 201)
ncrcsj nt a small ndvaneo on the above price,
nccuiding to the .improvements and locntion of
tho particular tract dcslrod by the purchaser.
Xn. Ml Improved farm of 80 acres fenced
nnd 40 acres in cultivation, Inrgo house, j
stories high and n kitchen 12i 10 j spring within
short distance, 4 good springs on place j 100
fruit trees of apples, peaches, cherries, plum?,
I enrs j within one nillo of a grist nnd saw mill.
4 U miles south nt Troy, l'rlco $16 per acre.
Xii. 17 144 ncrcs, small houso nnd about IS
ncrcs cleared nnd under fence, 129 acres of
timber, 5 utiles north of Trov. l'rlco $500.
Xo. 18 Four well Improved, splendid farms,
lying In ono body of 525 acres will bo sgld
separately or together. litH acres lias largo
dwelling houso with 7 rooms, 2 porches, pirt of
the homo new, bcsulirul lte, with large ibado
trees In yard, 2 tenant houses In tho yard, tmohu
house, well of living water and a cistern, new
barn 30x44; old ilnbloi granary, corn erlb t
plenty of stock water; 500 young thrifty apple
trees of selected fruit, 100 choico Irult tr'cos In
beailng, nnd never fall nny year. All well
fenced in fields of convenient ilzo, pastures and
meadows woll sot In grass nnd elovor, 30 acres of
fine limber. This Is, and has been for years
tho inodul farm of tho township. Prlco $.' per'
acre. 100 acres has dwelling hou:o y, itorios
high. Islft x20 with L kitchen, corn erlb ami
stable, all new ; 40 ncroi fenced and in cultiva
tion, 120 timber, l'rlco $20 per aero. 120 has
duelling 10x:1 wllh I, porch on south side of
homo, smoko liini.o, cistern well, stables and
crlljsi In ixl all well fenced, 00 acres In cultiva
tion and meadow, l'rlco 2 j dols. por acre. 85)j
ncre, 10 acres in cultivation, 15 acres meadow,
no buildings, 30 acres Umber, l'rlco 20 dols. per
acre, l'rlco of tho entire tract of 525JJ acres,
$22 50 per ncre. Terms 3,000 dot. cash, balanco
Xo. ID New two-story duelling nndfilots in
town of Troy. Houso 10x20 with 1. 10x28, por
tico in front and porch on back, (1 largo rooms, a
eloiet, well of llilng water, largo cistern; smoko
liouso and stable, I.argo number of fruit trees
In bearing, iiiplos, peuehes, pears, sweet cher
ries, niorillii cherries, plums, quinces, Ac. With
in two fipi-ires of churches and rchools. I'rleu
two thousand dollars,
Nn. 'I I Improved farm 49 acres of splendid
land In it Herman neighborhood, in a high Mulo
of eullivation, good dwelling- house, smoke houso'
nnd slab e,souio fruit trees. Kariu well watered.
Within 1'i mile uf Chain of Uoeks and i lallo
of Mouth uf Dig creek, l'rirt 1500 do't.
In Ibis enlightened nge nut many purchasers,
strangers especially, hire conveyances and ridu
over tho country In search of a farm fur sale,
when there Is a Heal INtnto Agency to bo fiund.
Wo adverllso extensively and systematica!, and
owners desiring to tell, and purchasers wishing!
to buy, each earnestly hunting for tho other and
his own Interest, securo Ibe greatest possible
safely nud despatch on tho one hand, and the
Unit expenso of time uud inoicy lor search on
Ihe other, by placing in oaf Agency the salo or
purclia o of any property.
Wo requiro parties desiring to sell property to
sign a contract describing the tame, uamiugthu
length of time tho property Is tu remain for sale,
priru and I or ins, and binding lho owner to pay
our commission If n sale Is effected.
4tuT i'ouimUslonii. If tho prlco Joes not
exeied funo, our commission for sale will bef20.
Ilcgnlar commissions un nil sales 2) per cent.
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