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TltHY. StO., Jdlv, 31, lV2.
Of NEW VOIllv
U. HHAWJl KttOW ft,
SDalt He vnl Bucknr4 Coagrus!
Soma time einco declared in favor
of Judge A. II. Hucknor for Congress
from (liis Jislricl, and are still of tin
opinion that lie in tlio earning man. In
doing tliia we are noi inclined to disparage
tbo claims o Hon. Andrew Kiug, our
fjrciant representative, who i a candidate
for re-election. Jude Kiae has un-
deubteal pleaeed the people by his
coarse. NothisR oan bo aaid agaimt
him, and far be it from u to cast a singlo
shadow on the sunshtno of his official
record la the present campaign, how
orar, we would lik to sea Judgo lluok
ner nominated bj tho Democracy of the
Thirteenth district. Wo think it la duo
him tor bis paer wrvtccir, for hit strict
adherenco to principle, and for tbo man
ner in which ho Iihb withheld his name
in past contest for tho furtherance of the
party, and the support ho has given the
nominees. Resides this, Judgo Iiuckncr
has made a special study of tho main
issuea that are to bo met in the next
Congress political economy and that
ever puzzling and hard to understand
uestion of the tariff. In this his scnti
wont accord with tho wholo people of
the West. He is a frco trade man, and
with his perception, social qualities, in
tcgrity and ability, will be uu excellent
worker for us to send to Vubhington.
That ho will make a strong candidate
none cau deny, aud the opposition ho
meets with ut this time is simply tho
obligations which the people feel them
solvcf under to Judgo King for having
madu them a faithful representative.
They like both of thoso guntletncii, aud
Hon. James S. Rollins was in old PikoJ
last week looking after his gubernatorial
prospects. We dou' think he found any
llollibs arc n. CMarksNi.lv Sentinel.
Wo don't think he will find a Urge
army of that class down this way, either.
The New York World's 1'liiladelpbia
letter says tho Pennsylvania statu central
committee havo hai in their possession
(or two weeks a letter from General Hart
runft, withdrawing from the gubernatorial
candidacy, if, in tho judgement of the
committee they think it wise.
On the evening of the -2d a meeting
of Germans was held in Springfield, 111 ,
numbering fivo hundred and eighty Gcr
man citizens. A club was formed, co.i
sisting of this number, and declared Inr
(j'rceley. Only two Ucttmas in the city
and township are for Grant. They duu't
caro to fight mil him this time.
A telegram from North Caratina, dated
the 22d, aays "Senator Wilson made his
last speech at Goldsbero to day, and im
mediately left for home. The meeting
was held in tho court houso aud was com
posed of obout 150 negroes and a dozen
whilo men. Wilson returns the most
Jtsgustod man that can be imagined. lie
baa utterly failed to arouso any enthusi
asm, and with the exception of a meet
ing at Newborn on Saturday last, none
f his meetings havu at all been respect
able, averaging from fifty to one hundred
and fifty people, and all negroes at that.
Fancy tho senator's feolitigs at having to
address such an audioncc."
The chairman of the Democratic com
mittco of North Carolina says thu Demo
crats will carry at least scroti conreis
men uiid will havo a majority ou a joint
ballot in the state legislature, lie ex
presses the idea that the contest for guv
ernor and state officers will bo close, but
has no doubts, nfter a careful survoy and
canvass, but that tbo Democratic candi
dates will all be elected. On tho other
baud, Senator Sawyer says he should be in
North Carolina, if ho thought he was
needed, but that he is aure it will go for
the Administration party by ut least ten
The Mole loettntloe and R.Ulo of
In tho Itcpublictin of Thursday tuoen
ing is uu attempted uxplaoalieti adopted
by the Stalo Central Ouinmitteo, in which
it is asserted that it tncunts to nothing
unless thu convention agrees with it. So
it might as truthfully ho stated that the
convention itself wouM amount to notn-
T. W. WITHllOW, ' CAKE tfc McLELLAN,
in.y Lodge, No .51 A. I'. v A M., Held r,rtcicTT-aT
Real Estate Agents
f t . I
aVir ZXl .'. IV,', .- .1- J t TROY, iVtlSSOXJRI
till, A. U. 131
ings were had
2, the following proceed.
Tfce commilteo afpointfd by the W. iS A II If Jj M S
M. at a previous co'iitiiunication to draft
- i- it.. rnni.'.. .
restitutions cxpressivu ui mu iimie- u, muu ,..,...,.. iv.
it.L. it it ...trad io do nothing, or would the Ledge, occasioned by tho death oli Anil nAWfl
not bo beld if nobody attended. The I,, Shipp, lalo a menibor of said Lodge, IT A ft I t ft fi
ratio of representation was, however, fixed report tho following : W N w
thousand majority. From these reports
it is a hard matter to Uetermino be'wocn wo juJge tho coutest will bo a very close,
them J uui incy owe uiu numinumju lu one.
Iiuckncr as much as to King, and wu
think the latter cau well afford to bold
off a while aud let the outs in.
fall Tor a Mass Meeting.
It will be seen by a notice in tho llcr
nl,l, that the Chairman of the county
central committee has called a meeting
for tho appointment of delegates to the
atate and congressional conventions of
the Democratic party. As a general
thing the people do not tako much inter
est in these meetings, but at this time
they are of groat importance, an 1 we
would like to see a large turn out. Evary
man is interested in the selection of .tat
officials, and mora especially in the can
dithte for Congress, and all who can
possibly do so should attend. Tho peo
pie neglect these mattern too much do
not let thoir opinions bo known and the
result is, candidates are often placed in
nomination with whom the people are
not pleased, and for whom they vote
simply because they have received the
nomination. Such carelessness as thin
will ruin any ropublic. Remember that
tho people arc, or shonld be, the ruler,
and that the officials are only hired scr
vants to execute their wil. But whero
these meetings and conventions aro ncg
lected, the officials fiually becomo the
nftter and control matters to suit
themselves. That is tho reason wa Lave
so mueh corruption in office the offico
eeekere and not tha people oonlrol the
esioations. Than let oar farmers and
merchants and mechanics interest thorn
eelvea in these nutters, oome to tho mass
meeting and express their opinions and
How lo liaise a Campaign Fund.
At one of Mr. Ureeloy'a ontortaiumont
at hia farm recently, a correspondent of
tba New York Timos was thore, incognito,
taking down Mr. Greeley's running con
vernation. Ho doubtless received con
siderable consolation for tho Grantitcs.
Among other things-Mr. Greeley told his
friends how to raiso a campaign fund.
Said bo : "I'll tell you what tho gov
ernment is doing with its immense gold
reserve. Thay put half a million or a
million in nno national bank here, and
another there, and an they aro not allowed
to receive intoreet for it, they go about
and ask aubeoription "to the campaign
fund from these banks,' and they sub
scribe to par for the (pan. I should not
wonder if, a million of dollars were oel-
looted in this way to furthor the election
expenses of the Republican party, and
tuy votes. Why, tha Republican party
undor Grant is the mo't corrupt party on
the face of tha earth, They live on pick
ings frem the custom house, tho treasury
and the impoverished South. The South-
era Slates) ara filled with carpet baggers,
who itaal anything they can lay their
bands upon, and never even make any
report to tbo treasury."
Grcoley atock is on the rieo, aud will
raiic Grant clean out In booth.
S.mrMnrv llmilu-ftll tins t.-iil nnt 7:i
.j ............ .... ... v,,
000 of the people's tnouey for what ons
Jacob Thompson says are tho "Confed
crate archives," in which a plan for the
burning of Northern cities is detailed.
Since Thompson has in a do such a fine
speculation iu these documents', the
Treasury department has been applied to
by a number of parties, offering to fur
nish the government other Confederate
manurecript documents, representing
them lo be of importance. Of course a
"small" pecuniary consideration is
wanted. This is one way in which tho
Radical party is using thu publio money
to furnish campaiga documents, being
foolish enough to believe that such clap
trap will aid Grant. 1'erhaps they want
to offset the damnable acts of burniug
Southern cities by proving that if they
hadn't, the South would have cousigued
thu wholo North to tho Uamud.
Soi.li rott Grant- Out of tho six
governors of reeonstructcd southern
states who havo been specially coospicious
for their devotion to tho interests of
Grant, one Iloldcn of North Carolina, has
been impeachod and deposed from office
tor frauda and corruption; another, beott,
of South Carolina, is denounced by tbo
decent men of his own party for his un
blushing thievery, and is notoriously an
insatiate plunderer: another, Bullock of
ueorgta, was obliged to Ilea from tho
stato to avoid the penitentiary ; another,
Ulayton ot Arkansas, is now in tue Uni
ted States eenate, but will be expelled fur
for fraud unless hia friend Grant savos
him, as from persecution in the courts of
Arkansas by a scandalous use ot axeeu
tivo authority ; another, Reod of Florida,
lias been impeached tor fraud, bribery,
stvalago and conspiracy ; and the othor,
Uavid of Texas, has been indicted by a
Republican grand jury of a United States
aourtfor issuing a fradulent certificate of
election to a member of Congress. All
of theso gentlemen firmly believe that
there will bo no safety in tho Hoath far
such mou as tuey unless Grant is re
elected, and wa trust tbay ara right.
ivausai City Times,
hv the coinuiiltso, and can only l
changed by a voto of the contention, oast
in accordance with th ratio adopted.
It is very easy to understand the cull
and tha ratio. In the first place, there
waa an universal demand that the con
vention ahould bo held ut Jefferson City
which wna proper and right, and cor
dially cocedejtj to. But Jefferson Cit
has no very ample accommodations for a
convention, and therefore it Mas thought
absolutely ncccsiary to restrict the num
ber of delegates to as small n total us
possible. To do this it was necessary to
rcgulato their voting power, for it was
evident to all that Carter cctinty, with
ita fiftay Democratic vote and l, l.'iti pop
ulation, ought not to have an equal voice
in the convention with tho Sixth ward of
St. Louis, with its 2 800 Democratic
votes and 30,000 population, both being
The problem, therefore, was to have o
small convention with t!i power fairly
distributed. Soveral plans wore tested,
and tho following finally adopted : The
Grant vote of 1S08, (about 8:5,000.) was
added to the probablo negro Radical
vote, which was estimated by dividing the
cntiro negro population by 0, giving 10,
000, and also adding ten per cent. (11,
09) for a poniblo increase of thoRudi
cal vote since 1S0S. This total was then
deducted from the sum obtained by di
viding tho population of 1S70 by six
ix being tho proportion of voters to pop
ulation tbo result beinn 170.000, which
it was Estimated was ubuut tho Demo
crutic voto of the Stato.
Tested by all the information the com
raittta had, it camo out very nearly cor
rect in every instance, and in tho absence
of absolute positive data, was tho bust
plan that cou'd bo adapted. This ratio
will cive 170.000 votes in the convention,
ot which Carter will cnet J 1 D, her probu
bio Democratic vote, and tho Sixth ward
of St. Louis 2,0Kt, her probablo Dctno
cratie voto. Jefferson county will have
1,J3 votes, and Shaunon only 2-i.i.
Jefferson county may only send one del
egate and Shannon three, yet tho three
could only cast J,J vutes, while the ono
could cast 1,533. Apply the rule in any
way and it will bo found to work fairly.
6t. Louis iimos.
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II Having piratcu mo .-auur, 6 lltlkl L'tlU VHUIIIVAU IhV
Architect of Heaven and Karln, tha Cro
ator and Most Worshipful Grand Master I EVERY DESCRIPTION,
oi ine universe, in luuumuu ui;iGU9a- All HfVtl'U IV
IIOIl 01 HIS UUCIiangini; win, m eeimrniu
b? deat'i our
olv(d , , , t HA III! WA UK,
lntip this LooVe has lost one of its most 111 It IDLES, TRACE CHAINS,
zoalnut mtmlers, whole kind htartev.r
beat in a)inpathy (or the distressed, and
nhcas hand was ever open to tho assist
once of tha noody ; and though concealed
by u roucb exterior, few kinder hearts
ever occupied tba breast of man.
2d. 1 hat whilo we mourn this allltct
ive dispensation of Divino power, we
nmiirn not ns they who have no hepe,
but fully relying upon the merits of a
crucified Redeemer to iavo nil who trust
in his name, and feel assured that our
Brother has been called from tho earthly
Lodge to tho service, of our Divino Mas
tcr in the Grand l.oilpe above, whero
sorrow enters not nnd parting is no more
,5.1. That in commemoration ol tbo
good qualitioa of our departod Brother,
il.tu 1 Ki, r.l.(...l in , rni fit. fnr f? O
days. Having just Jinishcil next) rooms
-l-h T hat these resolutions be p.b f, Corncr 0f Mn;n ,; Cherry
hslicd in tho papers of this county, and -' d
Hanging win, m scparniu
ructtXrrhoMh,h"- Saddlo and Harness-makers
wi:n, wi iinix-,
Harness Mjeal her.
All of which are offered at the
that a copy of the samo bo furnished the Strfcfs, tlVO (loOfS north q my old
wiuow oi wie our lumcniru nromrr. : , ,,.
J. A. WAHD, )Com stand, 1 am now prepared, and ivul
K HQNl'lLS, .1 ' keep on hand at all times the Best
The prospects of Col. T. G. Hutt or rojfZ Mcst. Complete assortment
T.tMrwiltl nntinlV f 1 r flin tintinnallriM tl a fl siwia.aw.saiBaiMaiaMssaiaaawasai
candidate for Secretary of State, gather " ffOOds that has ever been offered
strength as tho t me for holding the con f0 fie pUUlc in this COUUfil.
i tiiiiuu UL'iwnwubO uiHiaciniu svu
MY SADIILKS AM) IIAItXCSS
Col. K. B. Uull is a candidate for Loc
islativo honors in Liucoln county. Wa
havo no mind to interfore in the politics
of our neighboring county, but we aro
Fquarely and flat lootedly for Col. Hull.
Ilo was i good rebel during tbo war, ha
has beeu a goad eitizen in times of peaco,
and he is now a good Greeley man. We
think if the Democracy expect the sup
port of the rebol element they should
recogzizo tho claims of rebels to office,
and with this view of tba cale wa advise
Lincolu county to fasten on Col, Hull
Hurrah for Hull and Greeley I Clarki
It is worthy of remark that A. T. Stew
art, tho great morobant of New York, bat
declared for Greoley and Drown, and is
contributing largely to the funda for the
T fi . I I IJ ...i
circulation oi uocuments in uenaii oi ine
Liberal Democratic cause. Mr. Stewart
was President Grant's first appointed
secretary of the treasury, and was a large
eontnoutor to the New York fund pre
sented to him. So it would seam that
some eminent friends and supporters are
abandoning him, and it stems, also, that
all tba great business tnteretta of the
oonntrv ara not on tho sida uf Grant, ai
tba Admiuistratiou nrgaus uro so foud of
telling us. Ktpublicau.
Gulliver Against Greeley
Kruui tbo New Votk YYorM, July 21
Art thou there, old Truepenny?"
Now we learn from Washington that
among tha "Cunfcderato urchives" for
which Mr. Routwell has so liberally paid
out 875,000 of other people's money, is a
letter trom Jacob ihompson (lbouipsou
with a 1') to J. 1'. Benjamin, proving
that tba tontederata Uovernmcntactually
gave "Thompson, Clay, Sanders, and
iluleomb" u million of dollars to burn
Northern cities with. Theso villains
"mot soiuo Northern residents at Ni
agara." So far tho dispatch. Rut why
mmce tho truth I Ono ot these "Nurth
em residents" so "met at Niagara" was
Horace Greeley. Ho begged tho Con
federates to let off New York, promising
that he would secure the couflagation of
Chicago somo day, o know how atro
ciously he has kept his word. Let
him now be olected to tho 1 residency and
every lire insurance company in the
Union will bo bankrupted in twenty-four
hours. Ho is already known to have
gone into partnership with a firm of
luciter-matcb er "loco-loco manufac
turers. His final object n to set the
North river on Gre ; and it is character
istic of the man that has been for some
months past busily engaged in chopping
down all tho timber at bis own place ol
Chappaqua, that tho flames may not be
communicated thore by the forest to the
farm. It is grattifying to know that
liaron Munchausen, who has already
readied wariiiniMon, having been in
structed with tl-.o delivery of tho four
uoniodcrate "solid leather trunks by
the Dodd Family, telegraphed to Europe
lor bis iriend, Cant. (Jullivor. Cant
Gulliver's experienco in the way of ox
tinguishing important oonuagrations it is
hoped may yet secure us against tha dia
bolioal plots and plana of theso mceudi
Wa sea by New York advices, that tha
health officers of that city are making
arrangements t- arrest the Aaiatio chol
era at Quarantine if it should bo brought
into that port.
Tho disease bad reached tho Baltic
from the interior, and thirteen ccesn
steamers ply between the coast of the
Baltio and New York. It is generally
conceded now that cholera spreads bv
personal contaot, and follows the lines of
Tho New York health officers aisuro
the publio that they are fully prepared to
arrest tbo disease at tbe quarantine
grounds of that city, and we trust it may
bo so. If no cholera should cross Ih
Atlantic on emigrant ships from tho
Baltio, still New York will be greatly
bonouted by the aanttary measures
adopted te prevent tha sproad of diseaiH
It would be a glorious thine if St,
Louis could be scared into a whulesomo
display of energy and vigilance, and the
adoption of such sanitary measures of
purifying character as would save the
lives of many citizens, whether tho
aholera should ever coma again or not
The time to be afraid of tho cholera is
before it comes. Id anticipation of th
terrible scource. if rironor means aro
used people need have little more fear of
tbe disease than that of mumps or
measles, it is the blthy condition of
city that invites the ravages of pestilence
and increnses tho liorroc of tbe tissue m
Sheriff's Sale of School Lands.
T)Y VIHTL'B nnil nnilnirtly f nn onlrr of
1 mlo isuf,l from the cfli-onf tho Clerk (if ttic
cnunty court of Lincoln curity , Mo , dated July
R'lli, t. n., 1S72, I on
Tuesday, October 1, A. 1). 1S72,
lictwei'ti tliu hours of y o'clock in the forenoon
aii'l fHo o'clock in tho nHctiioon of thnt tl.-iy, ot
iho court h"Uo door in th town of Troy, Mn
during tho fitting or tho circuit court or Lincoln
county, Mn . fell at iitilMta vendue to the htirhtt
hiddcr on n credit of 12 month, jHfrchnsc'gU ing
bona ivtiii ptcurity lo btnr ten jier cent, per nu
llum interest from day of yalc, nnd n yehool
mortirnco on tho land i-urchrmed, tho foilnwuv
Iceciihcd pchoul Iand?to wit: bl acrci, the c:nt
nit of tho southc.Ht quarter of sec lo, townctnii
50, rnngo 1 t, nr.il 40 n:rat, tho !outhcnrt qr
of thu iHrthrft quarter of notion In, township
u, ranjjn i wc?t.
julyl7U r. WIN'fl, ShcrlfT.
Schnelle & duerl9
Cor. Main and Dcstrchati Sts.,
ST. LOUIS, MO
OUDEK3 I'UO.Ml'TLY FILLED.
July 21, IbTl ly.
AUK JIAlli: (if
VERY BEST MATERIAL,
ri'T l'- IXUI II MV OWN SCrKKVI'IIIX ASD
Wavraiilnl to tilvv ICitlirt'
AND A it I" Ol-'l-'I'.lt Kl) AT IMtlCP.H
THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
i am also rni:i'Aiti:n to runxisn
All Kinds of liuggy Trimming, tj
Cover liaggies, etc., etc.
Acinxy foii Tin: cr.u:niuTnD
nlilch I.' wnrmotcil to giro cntiro patipfncllnu.
T. "W. WITHROW.
1 Troy, lilwolti rue)iy, Mo
Jtny nnd Mcll I.aiul, Pay ''nxc lor Nuii.
rcililcnls, tilvc AbslrnctH (if Titles,
H'rlle Decils, Slorl(;ca, IMat
ot I nnA, v
They Offtr for Sale the Following
No. 1 tm).rnvc I Turin, 189 acres, 3 tnilci
.lorllincrt of Aulmrn, 2 miles of raltroail onil ?
miles of rock ron'l, .15 ncro In cultivation. 161
acre fjilcndM tlmliiT, licwcil lo liotno I fto.
rlcs staMo fniil torn crili. l'rlco $25011, onu tlitr.t
cr h , bamnca on lime.
No. Conl Inn'! 15 miles fouthwcit of Troyi
41) ncrc In I ho ml-l-llo of Iho coal fiol.N ant
jt 1 1 li I n J 0(. yariln of tho rliaft nt Iho Milk tnlnc.
l'rico $21)011, half'eash, halunco on tlino.
Xrt 3 202 acro unlmiiroveil llmher Isnil
S Ja miles tootti ot Mllhtooil n.ij ndjolnlni: West
r.ilrlu. l'rico iSUO, tliml cash, klee on lonfl
Sio.S Itouso nnil lot In Tc.y, frnrno liob
.10 liy 4tl an-l ono story Mt;li, 4 looms, elofel.
miito houre, c'l-lcrn, rhruhbery, At.-, eitt8 M
tUO feet, 21:0 yards from town t ring. I'rleo anil
terms f luuu earn,
Bfo. ! rarin of 111) acres, l miles of Mo
cow .Mill, 20 nrr.i In cultivation, W ams suit
timber, IS bearing cach trccf Viivo iSO .cr
acre, Iwo-thinli fh, 'jaKnto nn time.
No. 7 M acfe lnubcr lnnil, umlerlalil tollK
coal, 2)1 miles of .Moscow, l'rico $20 ior acre)
two-thirds cash, balanco on tlmo.
No. H Imtirovcd farm of 9.1U arret, ono
nillo frnm tho court houso In Troy, 2i acros la
cultivation, 23 acres In nasturo nnd meadow, Juu
fivo year old npdo trees, 2S peach Irt-cj, Ai aeVe
rdendid timber, 2 stoiy fr.ime 18 1,y 24 and nn
I, l.Elory If by 21, all in good renir, smoke
lions,-, chicken Lnu'o, slable and ctih, A No. I
tobacco lam of tl tiers, good mil, l'rire and
termi S.15 cash cr aero. Just the daco for
ixron who desires to carry on n sihrII farm, an-l
aim get tho benefit of good schools iu Troy fur
No. t Imtirovcd firm r 0 acres ") miles
cast of Trov, 2i acres In enllivatlon, 55 ncroJ
good timber, log huuso IG b IS, 1 Jjitnties, tuinkd
house, corn crib and stahlei, 125 young fruit
tices in bearing, l'rho f.15 per ncre, two thirds
cash balnneo on time.
No. I Improved farm of fcO acre" 2 tnlins
south of Troy, :15 acres in cultivation, 15 nrri-i
In grni aud 30 nrei timber, homo IB by IH, 1JJ
stories, kitchen 14 by lf, Einoku house, cellar,
stablo pheded on two i.les, granary, crib nnil hen
hou'o. All theo buildings an" new and sub--tanllal.
Well and pond of slock watci, 25 ap
pie, 25 peneh ami 1 pear Ireis of excellent Irui:.
l'rico ;1U didn. peraeie, tno thirdu cusU balauco
No. II I.niirotcd firm of 200 acre3, J miles
northwest of Tiny, 7U acres In cultivation, 1.10
acre timber, 2 story houso IS by 20 lth I, kit-
chin tl! by 21 one story, suioko house with cellar
under It i It ileip, rlnble.', eorn crib, new 7-1 if
tobacco b-irn, splendid orehaid of 730 trot iu
bearing, consisting of apple.', peaches, pear,
plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries. New and
commodious school houso near. I'rleo 20 liil'
per acre, half cisli, Imlanco on tlmo without interest.
No IS Improved fa:m of SI) acres 2Ji utiles
west of Chain of ISoek, in a (lermm niighbor
hood, -10 acres in eulllv.ition, 10 ncrcs fine liniben
house, snioko house, ginl ell, stable, tobacctt
barn, apple and pe-ich orchard, new school liouo
close ut hand. 1'ilco 20 per aero, half cash,
balanco on lltuo.
Stop and Think !
The lhst Bargains at
NOVELTY CASH STORE.
The "Novelty C-ish Store" lias removed
la few dourn south of it old stand, just
I above Jiynotts hardwaro storo,
1 WOULD resi.ectfully announco to tho cltl-
L ten! of Linsutn county that I havo securod
tho service" of ,i FIllST-CIiASd J0U11XUV
MAN WATCHMAKER, and will
ICc lait Walelios Clocks and
AT MODERATE RATES,
and':. taoi oitiiKit.
i:uK.vi(j m:atlv executed
All Work Wat ranted.
!'. & A. Telegraph Ofiico, Ilonlils' Uultdlng,
No. 13 Imnrnrcd farm of 200 aero 4 mlle
east of Trov and 2 miles of .Moscow mills, Inn
acres fenccil, S-0 eeres In enllivatlon, 20 ncrcs iu
grass, 1 0.1 aeres limber, 2 slory house, 20s3U,
cellar unilir it, smoko house, splendid well, sla--btes,
large crib, 2 tobacco bains, 150 npplo trees,
penrs, icnc m-, cueiries, grapes, i.ami prouuccil
50 bushels euro per aero Ibis ycaj. New selin
houso completed and paid for convenient. I't'ttu
f IS per acre, half cash, balance on lime.
no. IS uu acres, Improved (arm, 50 ncm
fenced and lu eullitation, splendid timber, in
cluding a good sugar camp, 30 ben ring fruit In es,
two-story l"g House, latlie-land plnstercd, smoke
house and outbuildings, 3 splendid spring-, on
thu farm, Tliis tanu Is fivo iuile from Troy and
half that distaMe fiuiuSt L li K Italiruad. l'rico
No. IS 1 150 acres of siieJid l .nd locatnl
near the north lino of this county. Thti foek
read from Auburn ami Ilio.St I, A- K llr boih run
through till tract. About one half of this land
Is fenced and has six dwelling houses located at
dilfereiit points on It, Stable, ciibs and tobacco
barns a o largo ami well built, nrvl nt convenient
points on thu Inim. Thocntlro tract is otfered at
the very low figure of f2u per aero. Or c will
sell tracts of fcil ncrcs, 120 acres, 1811 acres, 20l
acres; nt a small advance on tho ubovo price',
according to tho Jiup'ovements and location of
tho vartirular tn.ct desired by Iho purchaser.
No. Hi Improved firm of 80 acres fencd
and 40 ncrcs in cultivation, largo house, I Jj
stories high nnd a kitchen 12x Ifij spring within
short distance, ! good springs on place ; 10U
fruit trees of apples, teaches, cherries, plums,
fears i within one mile of a grist nnd saw mill,
4Ji miles south of Trnj. Trice (M per aero.
No. 17 1 11 ncrcs, small house ami about 15
nrres cleared aud under fcneo, 1ZD acres of
timber, 5 miles north of Troy, l'rico $500.
No. 1(4 Four well Improved, splendid firms,
lying In one body of 525 J acres ; will la sold
separately or together. U0 acres has larg
dwelling houso with 7 rooms, 2 porches, part of
tho houso new, beautiful site, with largo shade
trees In yard, 2 tenant houses io the yard, smoko
house, well of llvinc water and a cistern, now
tarn ZI544 j old stable I granary, corn crib I
Thanks, Fiiiends, Thanks ! I de
sire to thatik tho citizens of this coinmu
ni ty for the libcrul iatrotiai:o hestowed
upon mo in mv busine transaction with
tli em ; nnd us 1 have opened another
Inrte and complete stock of Notions, &o ,
ask them for a continuation of their
favora. As heretofore, I will sell my
poods cheaper than thry am he bought
elsewhere. Almost anyiluni; you can call
for in tho notiou line I liavo in my store :
also a lurye t-tock of hoots and shoos for
men, women and children, which I will
sell for very littlo advance on first cost ;
also a complete lira of indies nnd gen
tlemen s huts, together with uroeeries
nlmnnar ttian il.nt? I.n Imiti.l.t nl...
- '""' J I .,!, nf -k .t, jihn ...... it..ir .til.
whore ot enme quality. And speskinK of , frees of selected fruit, 100 choice trult trees in
groceries reminds mo of thirty odd years
ago, when sugar was Hold nt 20 pounds
tor a silver dollar and tho money was
COUallV as letial as It IS DOW. thouch nnl Iho model farm nf llmtownshli,. Prlnn :1
m n r. i.i.i i. , .. . o . ---i, i
... ... mailing iu (.uieuasu uuy ui i nuite SO (CftUet. acre, loo acres nas uwening oouie i;j storios
no American naicucs, i win lurniso tnem all 1(.
bearing, and never fall any year. All well
fenced In fields of convenient slso, pastures and
meadows well sot in grass nnd clovor, 30 acres of
nno timncr. 'ibis Is, and Has been for years.
Wholesale l'rico List.
W. 8. COOPER.
F. W. HARBAUM,
. THOY, jVEO.
high, is 1 8 x20 with h kltcben, Corn crib nnd
stable, nil new j 40 acros fonced and in caltlvn
tion, 120 timber. Frlco $20 per aero. 120 has
dwelling lflx:'3 with I. porch on south sido of
bouse, smoko house, cistern well, stables and
cribs; land nil well fenced, AO acres in cultlva-
lln. .. I I D.I...C J.t. r. r .
U.-r, . rr..., ... u ii i iivu mwn, jriosu uois. ner aero. bj
SAVE A HALF UoM.AR. DV CullltlC at acres. 40 nrr. In nlllv.tlnn 1 1 ,... l
Iho Novelty Cash Storo, whore you can no buildings, 30 acres timber. Frico 20 dots, per
got 15 ten-cent cakes of the I'ark Com- SSre,, 1rico "f ib en,,..ro J'11'1.01 5?5 R.CMs
.. i :i . c at i -t. i v" oo rcr acre, i crms o.vvv uoi. casn, tia anco
psny 1 oilot soap for 81, and thoroby save on tlmo.
IN o.l U New two-story dwelling and Slots In
j town of Troy, llouso 16x28 with L 16x2R, por
tico in front nnd porch on back, 8 largo rooms, u
1 Mn.ot n 1 1 V, r IPlnn -- 1 t, Li
1 1 houi( and stable. Lsrge number of fruit trees
j in bearing, apples, peaches, pears, sweet cher
ries, morilln cherries, plural, quinces, Sec. With
If you want SHOES, tho "Novoltv" is 1 two squares of churches and schools. Prlco
Ihn nlnnn In tn or, nor .., I'...'. r tvro thousaod dollars.
f- - .... , w ' I vv..., VUIUGI Ul
W. S. COOPER.
Main and Cherry, Troy, Mo,
W. 8. COOPER,
No, 31 Improved farm 49 acres or intcndlJ
, land in it Oerman neighborhood, in a high stat
of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoko houiu
nnd stub o. somo fruit treoi. Farm waII wtrn.l.
- -. m . . I Within VA mllo of Chsin of Koeks and VA mile
of Mouth of Bis creek. Frlco 1500, dols.
In this enlightened ago not many purchasers,
If you want GROCERIES at tthat efaDSs especially, hire convoysnces and ride
they aro worth, call on W 8. Cooper at ovcr lho coun,ry ,n search of a farm for salo,
tho Novelty Cash Store. Don't beliovo whon thorB a Rcal "ato Agency to be fouod.
what others say, hut call ; it is oo trou- Wondm,,,0"tcn,lT,!,,anlsystomtloally,an(f
bio to bhow goods. 1 was told by a ldy owno" Uc,lr,"B 40 ,cl1'" nd furchasors wishing
that a merchant said my goods wcro vcrv lo buy' cach """"""J for the othot nd
inferior, but alter examining thcui sho own ",urot' ,,cttre Kroatest possible
boueht, and euid sbo would call arsain ffoty anJ d"Ptttc, n "e ono band, sad thu
uB , uuu earn buu WOUIU call igain. Icalt cxponso of time and moaey for search on
tho other, by placing in our Agency tbe salo or
purchao of any proporty.
' " s- - I Wo requlro parties desiring to sell property to
sign a cuntract describing the same, naming the
length of time tbo proporty is to romsln for sale,
Tho "Novelty" sells II ATS vcrv chean I"'1" nd orms, and binding the owner t Ti
Ladies, Gentlemen. Girls and Rv. ILK'. ou'omm. ,8lon if a,e teM'
plied very chean. Cell h.id MO' aZ.
it m m ( i -' w 'r eiiiiimisiinn lor saio win o
fonyl-..,.!., it .,i H-i"sre nnu uiasswaro clicanef n8iar commissions on all sales 1i por cent.
OIIML.lIlttjr OI MMd. Ithaa tba tm be Ly.Oit pI.I,., V CAKK Mel.Ul.f.AK.
. a. cooper, rr
ritUMfliV A'i'lENDEtt TO.
All WORK WARRANTED.
Jtty 17, lbW.ly