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TROT. 510.. .UfilhT 2S, IS72.
1 I 1 JTOB ICA L iV BH7 IOX3 .NBA S fcWEll!.
Does the prcs.'.'erjtial history of the
UniU'J .States, ftcord a tingle intttsec ia
ttbicli the i&catnLcat of lie highest oSse
in tb pift of the people was. halitml
friqientcr of horse raws? Ve, ct);
Uljt.t. S Orsnt.
J)oei ibii mdio Vhtotj point to id :b
itsore nhcrc 3 I'rcs.itlmt appoint all bi
Ttlatirci to fjJIice? Yei, out, anJ only
90; Uljm K. Grant.
Doi it record any wLvrc tbo fact that
tV presidential office enncl.cd iti ioccro
trsnt 7 Vcr, one, and only ono ; Ulysses
)va it make romtion of any President
nbo btld stock in ".ton tattnt, from
ubicb til th'-''.oo uitd on tbe j;orn
tntnt trtrk t Vbi j;ton ttsi furniihed ?
i , one , L'ijtiei 8 Gnu.
IJom it tli of sr.y Weulcst -bo
se.njtht to carry state tlectioti by tSc
force of the biyornt ? i ei, oac . L1T
tci ii. GraDt. i-'ee Governor' Geirry't
annual message in it id
t)otn it record tbo fact that on? I'ri
dent, detain? tin tcbaoU of tbc United
Statts cot loScittitly tboroozb in their
t yiiena. teat bit ion to Uuropc to bait
him fclucatcel Its. one; lJrsies a.
OfMOtW imtw " 1 - "" - "
It it rcordtd anyntcrc in prcudential
2 cozpriitd il
TO TJiAGMfill. 1
NOTICE ii r!Ts tilt f. iJrilir,?4,
wf laUBdett tf 'f Lic-1
etty, !., will, in flan- tb the s?Ltl
law of If, fetal, Vll exstalrmiea t
tkrf, oa tit In kiatUj 'A saEib, at
tjt loei in Trey, tal oa j -m 4iJI oaly.
7trT Trill (!lim fcf tU llltt t,.
V.'. S. I'KSNI KOTO.V. 5gp': I'allie SeliMb,
jalScIl Mb-., e.enty, !o.
Littery th.it & cot.vntic
ti.r't wb',!lr of ftdtral
tiatc-d the tenant of the Whit Iluuie?
Vei eie , L'lrsjtk S. Grant.
r WOL'I,!) rfftfellT itt.!' tbc riti
1 ini of Lir.Mln ootjr 'H' t Lr rc-l
tb fTii of a rifUTCL"-1 JOLlt.VM-J!.:.-
WATCH VAKKK, i.
lU pair Walchc-, riorli and
AT MODTUtATE HATES,
AND fN (imi flttl)
kxck ivixe m:ati.v i:ixitkd.
All Work Wat rallied
.i. is. vAV:n,s.
TKAKaivK A: COLniSKT.
Aliorntjs ai Lan A; Kca! KsMte Jgls,
120 Acres So. 1
1 Hi ball ullei trt ti Xroj tr. Tnittu
tcl laotlil) rvl. Large Me W' l'60'
Jl Iit 51 fVl ff.nl. KKrai rith l I n Bf"
' t.ry r 1 hil'4 B fn-l torj, pt '
'rtli r , reillrKf 17, 19 ai l 8 fel,'llar IS tj
! feat wtili itnce wall". LitIoj . f I"
liri'rl cd!.Lt . . ai o larni. if
'fre In eultlttivc, fiat sreban' of ftleet frjit
;t all IMt ; ll tLt ItoJ "O'ltr fttt. Oc t"ii
Irj'Jint; to roal itl li. At lo fisartt bJ term
( talt archi'cr. ,
!?0 Atrfs .No- 2
Oee nlli trrlb ct Troy u 7-Biii .I! r'.
S:ee one itorj tonne d-elliii lth 1 r--un . I
ml froa FA. U. ii K. rairrsa J. -M iciu in mi
tiratlon ; ynnj ortbirl ',1 ilef fraif, Wsin
n to beer. Lw fijjnai.i itnu t i.t'jr-
iOJ Acres '.t. 3
Tbrw an! a h!f nilei Ti ... A
iti. Ill farm, rirluo atret la eoltitaiion, t
govt 'Iwtlllog tilth T vt .'. room', 2 new t&rtr.
ootboiMiaiti. fleotj f miu; anJ t-c!
water, on a tnbl'l roaJ, a Etc orcbarJ of t 1I
frait anl finall Iraltt, a 6ne paraen piiei in
B. t'e'ior.1 wiihln;
'(e Ar.riftn Wilcher, I
if -i".'. I'ri-e L.it.
liwtilic? itanJi on a nice titration i'b nice
jarJ. Untile farm under fence an I crc.-y sere
to ti'.aio any of ir,Ma of t0iit.,i0-. f-r,itn-Jil tract of
rill farn-in tbtm at
CilLL AT THE
ic I'.kplt. The Chica(:o
i : "Wben William Grclo,
bo lirts it -''o. 17t We J Ilandolph
itrf.t, C'sn-.c to ibis touL'.ry a pood rtarif
ytar i'o, Li Lrcsbt ititb Lira tbo riSe
wbicb La hid cstritd in tbe German
srtty. He bad continued to preu-rro tbe
weapon aa n interesting relic, and valued
it bi'xb'y, and rorely grieved wben
it wii Ittrned op in tbe preat conflagra"
ties of O.toler Stb a-.d 'J-b l'r-71. It
occurred to biw to write to Ktap.;ror
Williarx of Germany for anotb r t"jni
and 10 tbroujjb tbe German contul fct
Cbieaijo, Mr. Grebe requeued tbit a
needU pan be tent to bitn A day or
two at;o tbe contul received a letter fr&rx
tbe Ktr.rcror. written, it ii taid, by tbe
tconticb'i own bind, tbc purport of
wbieti was, that at l'reiidtnt Grant bad
ucb an OTerp'ci of arm to tell lo the
French, ilr. Grebe bad bitter apply to
bite for a gun.
IJuiiy.i:.'! :iie (Ju.sU. Wc leirn
from the I.ouis irctt tbut a nioveueni
ia on foot looking to a (:rar.d re union ol
tbc soldier: who fought in ibe late war to
be held in Kt. I.ouij fotnetime during
ib Crttpdrt f October. A meeting to
connider the aubjecl was recently held in
tbe Southern hotel in St. Louii, and we
noiico that Gen. John McNeil took an
activo part in tbe matter. If tbo m:.n
ngere cxrect their cnlerprite to kucceed
thty had better exclude that iufatnou1!
character from further deliberation and
participation in their counciU There
can be no 'hridi' built wide enough to
carry John McNeil and any resectable
confedcroto over the 'chatm.' Vc will
wall a alcndcr plauk across the pulf, but
we are not of that c!afs of 'foriiini; fools'
that wfl cau croi with McNeil on the
Mrongest ttructure C'larksvilleHcutibcl
A Cat Sroitv The following cat and
rat htory omen from one of th'i best hud
ineiiH men in Cincinnati, uboe veracly
nobody nciuainted with him uiil nui
tion. We therefore tive it to our readers
in tbo full buliof that it is true to tbe
"I have jjbt read an article in you;
paper of the 'Mlh inat., on n cat and rat
experiment which tatiii under my own
obacrvation. When 1 i i n r on Klizabeth
Htrett, Botno aeventcen years ago, ve j
owned a very lino female eat, who, one
cold winter's morning, brought a laro
addition to her family. Mim I'uss bad
always been death on raU. Her pro
i;eny were hhort-livcd, beiii(5 coriHignetl
to a walcry rava. I'u'.n duriii(r the day
wai In the dcopcit tlintross, mid rafuacd
to be comforted. In tho ovciiitir va
found her on the bed, purring, rind show
Inu by uvory niovouient thatbho wsh per
fectly luppy. Puts being u pet of tuy
wife, tbe would not buffer her to bu re
moved, liufore retiring I lifted up the
oat, and lianoath her were nettled, uncon
acious of any danger, thrco half grown
rntf), and thero Ihcy lay for sotno time,
until oiio hy one they wero dispatched.
Here was a cono of maternity tbo eit
hud subsliiuted the offspring of its deadly
enemy to xupnly tha lots of its own, and
it must have been done without any fear
on tbo part of the rata. Tho cat mul
have caught and deposited un the bed
oaoh one acparululy. 1 have ofion ituots
rcgrottvd the killing of the rats, as tho
result might Iiuto bean in l'uisy'n do
mesticating the ruts. Hut she never for
got it ; never after this would tho molest
a rat." Newport (Ky ) Leader.
Iddio Ballon inarriid a couplu ut Torre
Ilauto, Ind., and in the uuptiul lecture
told the in that "crudlus wuru uhuuper
A Kurt Wayne man who h.ia invented
n now recipo fur ulcaiiiiig clothes, parades
it on bin uilvcrtifuiuoiiiH under the stand
ing head of "Kvcry Man his own U ash
A couple is soon to be married in
Tcrro ilauto who lmvo only been ongaged
iourtcon yrars, tbo gentleman having
spool that time in California, Tho two
have written each other regularly twico
a wcok during tbo period of heprirn ion,
making a total of two thousand nino
hundred and twelve letters.
Win, AI. DeCatup of Shuavillo, Iown, u
Union soldior whosu urm is ulthorod
from wound rceoircd in the war, and
now o supporter of Greoloy, ropliod to
tho (aunt that the nun who nhnt him
would rote for (Jiccloy, with tho plump
ilcolaration t "Yes, mid tin mau who
received tJio nhui will vote for him too,"
CHEAP CASH STORE
lit !, a Ttrr lin.jllc humt,asil ii offered at very
320 Acrts No. 4
loor ttllc! iti of Troy en Mexico ro&l.
200 aercf In mltfratlon, prairia land, fratn9
OUR SUW!VIER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION,
IN Till: I'OM.OWINfS
.INE OF GOODS:
lr Poplin I
-I lrtir, FlarjLcli
I White Klar.tils
I'lal'U '.heck "
Wide Silk Velvets
Heavy J cam
Honey Comb Quilt
Craitie-i, bro. t Meaea'd, I.adice Iloii'ry
Pillow Cane Cotton
l!.d Ti. kiun
Coriotx, low to fine-,
iiArs JLisiy caps.
UmiTH AXE) SHOES,
Ladies' a:jl Misses' iinilci's,
G Bt O C II
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
H!cf, Spice, anil Kvcrj Icing Nice,
ANYTHING YOU WANT,
0- CAM. AVIl hi:i:.
TItOV, ilO, llnrcli 7, l72-riov7lyI
WHOLESALE A.l HV.TAU. DHAl.lUt
Watch- Materials and Tools.
Walchea and Jewelry Repaired.
no. 210 Noinii I'otuTii sTiii:::x
(lli twcun Olive and Pino Street!)
ST- LOUIS, lLO.
May V, IH72.
O'l'ICi: it hcri-liy (riven Hint litter of nd.
1 t iiiliilatratlni noru granted ,J "l0 undemlRiieU
on lliu ctlntii ii f Diivid W, Curler, deceaieil, by
tliu Clerk oi the Probate Court of Lincoln county,
Mo on tho Iflli ilny of 'uric, 1872.
Ail pirtoiis IiivIiil; i-Ulma iiiilnataatd enlnto
uru reiiulrcl to cxlillilt tlii'iu to tliu ndiiiiiilatrnlor
for nllonancu niihin olio year frtr.ii I lie datu of
nuid lullrrs, or tiny tuny ho prcclutlod from any
liunt.fi t of ruld uluto, uud If not ckliilltcd within
two yu.ar I'rum thu dato if aald letters tlioy will
bo former burred.
JullO UHUAIt M, llHOWNINO, Adin'r.
Svxct'uUu 'N Notice.
NOTICI! in hcrtby Riven Hint letters tea
tamciitiiry vtcro urniilcd to llio undcrMgncd
by tho (Jli-rlt of tho Prnbalo (!ourt ot Lincoln
county, Mo., on tho oitato of Nlcliolm Flconcr,
dcconcd, an tho l!Mli ilny ttf Marrli, 1872.
All per ona havlni; elnliiii aniimt .tlil eatnto
nro rotpjlroil In exhibit them for nllownnco lu the
l!xt'riitcr within ono your from tho duto ot
paid letter, or they may bo precluded from any
bciielH of mldi'ituto, mid If nut exhibited within
two your from the duto of raid lotlorj, Ihcy nlll
bo furcvor burred.
(iiioitiii: j ri,i:i:N'i:ii, i
u.wrii r. ki,i:i:ni:u, lixeo'n
NIl!i;VV 1 HlXnv I ,3
fruit, ii a fine itock turn, ood barm, plenty fine '
llu.ltr to kep place op, plenty tiling ml ttoek
water, in a food ncibborhool actc!iblo in all
utre'tior.1. Hood itanl for paW.e hoaie and
Cnditj 4'iarterr. Will -ell part or all lotah,
purchase, l'rieevor; low.
160 Acres No. 6
Four niilet roa'h of Troy, 70 acres In cultl-'
ration, lo-dwelling with J room", meat homo
and birr., good will of liric,- water aad a small
oreharl of fruit trees. Half milr of district
1,1, houie, half ntle weft o' fan 1 Itun church, ;
latr.e diitance from I'ost Oi'.: and In a good .
borhood. Very cheap and UBiirablc.
200 Acres ao. 8'
Konr mllet north of Troy, 70 acrca In a good
.;ntc of cultivation, 2-tory log dwelling hotiu
1- by 20 with I. I" by 2H, I rooms in all, orchard j
f " lect fruit of nil kinds, 1 inilo west of St. L.
i K. railroad, iry fine spring of never falling
water near the hoti'e, convenient to school and t
-ar-nes, in good Lcighborhood, and at very low (
1 l.tils in Troy. So. 10
Nifo piece of ( roferty in Troy a block of I
lots, with comfortable dm Ming, good garden,'
T-.rd, Ac, on one ol the- Inert streets ill town. '
'.heap for cash.
10 J Acres No, II J
2 miles cit't of Cbantllla. log dwelling with
2 roo-ii!, meat l.ou"t and excellent cistern, plen'y j
,,f stock water, 40 I'.res in cultivation, at low
Genres an I on eay itrrus.
'1 Lots ill Troy. No. 12 1
A gool piece of jrojcriy In tbo town of
Troy 2 lots, dwelling h-pu-o and meat bouse,
enclor.id wilh good fcr.ee, on a fine street, and
coLimar.ds a splendid icw of the to'in. Cheap
1100 Acres No. 31
Of land rituatcd ia I.ln-oln ind l'lko oufi
tio on tho water of Iirant'd creek, in survey
1737, within X tailes of i boat landing on the
Mii-l'pi river, and if divided into lots of
about 2nd acres each. All till bind is very val
uable, possessing a toil umurpasscd for produc
tiveness, with an abundance of trater for all
purposes, peculiarly adjptcd to fruit growing
and stock raising, with exti nsive- improvements
on each and every lot, and the uncultivated por
tion covered wilh tho finest timber in northen't
Missouri. All In an excellent neighborhood, of
easv access to churches and schools, and from
which teams can make three trips to tho river in
a day. For sale In loti to suit t urchascrs nnd on
terms most liberal indeed. Persons desiring
homes which will pay and bo a blessing to them
selves and posterity, could not do better than
buy one or all of theso splendid lots of land.
237 1-2 Acres No. 11
On tho Mississippi Iiluff, 7 mile wct of Cap
au 'iris and 7 miles southeast of Now Hope, on
the lilulT road, VI acres In cultivation, balance In
fino timber. 1-r.imo dwelling with a r.orua, to!
erably good out buildings, I or 5 neverfuilin'
springs on tho place, good cistern near door of
livening, young orehanl of select liult, near lu
llaptist and Christian ehurchesnnd school houc,
o,i Ies from KoLinson s mill and sloro, in a very
lino neighborhood, rpltndid wheat, corn nnd
stock farm, tho vcrv pIa,- to mako you u good
homo nnd to get your money hack on. I'll
vcty low and terms to suit purchasers. Ilo in a
hurry else you will bo left 0Jt In tho cold.
Lot in Troy, No. 15
Lot iNn, 75 in Troy, a good rropcrly of 4
lots, duelling with Iro.mt, nicoynrd, horso and
cow lot, a young orchard of (elect fruit, good
garden, in a dcslruolo part of town, on a fino
street nnd commands u fine vlettp of the town.
u low ngurc ann terms to suit tho nurchaser,
liuy before the Hi L A- K It It Is completed, and
lacrcny tecuro yourrcit a tiaiiosouio pruut
Troy Properly. No. 1C
Hero is tlio place lo net your money bnck.
Tho l'oensalot property on .Main. Cherry and
Union strrets, three rtorc rooms, ono fronting on
Main and Cherry streets, tho other two fronting
.Main street, all ono-s-ory framo buildines
und on tho same, lot and immediately buck of tho
storeroom on tho corner j,f .Main and Cherry la
ono-story Irnmo duelling wilh 1 rooms. This
property occupies the very btst location In the
town oi iroy ior any mini or mercantile busi
ness, and will bo sold at very low figures and ou
terms exceedingly generous. If jou dcslro the
best business stand lu Troy you will find It to
your Interest to bo up and doing, clso you will
lose a bargain worm Having.
110 Acres. No. 17
LOOK iuiiti:, yi: STOCK MUNI 140
acres In a fine statu of eullivalion, 100 acres in
grass, balanco ready for any kind of grain, all
under good lenclng In 3 fields, on tho Troy tin
Auburn road, a part of tho Jonah Morris farm.
miles fram Troy and 3 miles south from Auburn
plonty of stock water, 2 buildings ; also tho un
divided ono fifth part of 200 acres of good tltn
l,ere,l lund ono mllo west of tho 1 10 aero tract,
which is also u nart of tho Jonah Morris farm
These lands nro wllliln a short distnnco of tho
St L ilt K it H, aru very valuable and In a good
condition to yield an hundred lold. I'rloo f-1,000,
too encap to t.UK about, terms Illiurai.
210 Acres No. 18
Tnn and a half miles north of Troy on tho
Troy and Louisville road, 130 ncrca In a line statu
or cultivation, ii acres in meadow well taken
In timothy, 1 acres In orchard of choice summer
f ill and winter fruit, and tho rest of tho farm In
limber mid very rich land. Plenty or pure
running water through the furin nt all seasons
of tho year, nt convenient distances from barn
yard, a well of fine cold water having an average
throughout tho year a depth of 8 ft, convenient
to house, pence, all In good repair. The tll.i-
blu land In Iresli, having bcon cleared within thu
Past Iftyrs and has been well kept up by tl
clover system of culture, and Is adapted to tho
growth ol wheat, ccrn, tobacco, grass and Irult
Two story frame houso with 4 moms, kitchen and
meat houso, barn, alablo cribs and Ico bouse
Tho St L A- K ltr parses thro' tho farm, good
district school wllliln half mllo of houso. Prlco
(1000 dels, 1000 In band balanco In 1 and 2 years,
ItiO Acres No. 10
2K miles north of Troy, adjoining farm N
18. 40 acres In cultivation und very rich land
never fulllrg stream of water runs through tho
larm, spring or lino water "our improvements
Comforinblu cabin, log stable, Corn crib ka,
81 LA K ltr rum through Ibis land. Tho land
not cleared is tidendld soil and heavily timbered
Near n district school houso. I'rloo 2,000, 1,200
in band, balunou In 1 and 2 year
80 Acres No. 20
2 miles east uf Trov on Frenchman' bluff,
30 acres In cultivation, balanco in fino timber, rich
oil, comfortabln dwelling, stable and out buna
lugs, (loud chance formall homo on ctay terms,
.T.i3" Parties wlshlinr to sell or buy will consult
I mcf-own interiet by failing on us
THE DRUG AND MEDICINE BUSINESS,
185 1A NEW FIRM.
WOOLFOLK & Co.
'.Shcccoi-h lo .TI. .!. BalliiiJjcr.)
HiVlVf: I'urrliaH ilic lnlrrt r M. . Ilnlllnsrcr In Un-Urns and .Mnllrliic
IJusImV'., ' Miul't '! ' iiHrnil-.u .1 ll.e lia.li- I.. OUIt t'OMI'I.llI l.
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
SOAPS JSTJD PERFXJMEBIES,
HOOKS lJD STmlTIOJPJEniL0,
Iffsuli AXO VAXt'Y' AiIHC:S, CIAKS, TOIIACCM),
&C, sfcC, &Z.C.
Orders IVoni Pliysicians I'roniplly rilled on lite moi
Our Stock will he found full and well assorted at all times, and
customers may rely upon always fcitivg yood and jresh goods, at tlte
very lowest, prices.
Troy, Mo., rtb'y In, 1872. WOOLFOLK & CO.
t BAWL T tm,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
SCHOOL AXO STAT10.'EJY,
PICTUISSS & PICTURR FRAMES,
'vita t o di n.A v a, A'ts it v .uw.
Perfumery and Fancy elrlicZeti)
SOAPS, B RV 'SUES AND COMES,
PIPES, OIG-.A.2RS A 1ST 13 TOBACCO.
RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES,
IMPORTED AMD NATIVE WINES,
ro : mkiucal U3i:.
And Everything Uasually kept in a First Class Drug Store.
Troy, Mo., May If., 1S72.
JOHN P. LYNOTT,
II A HI D W A R JE,
O V E F!
A FINE LOT OF MOLINE
AND INDUSTRIAL PLOWS
"wiisrnDO"w sash ahsthd glass,
And Everything that may be classed under the name of hardware.
v7ni3 STORK OX MAIN NTHBGT, TROV, ITIO.
C. C. RANSDELL
BOOTS AND SHOES,
IIJEST OF WORK
The Best Wortemcn
I'llAZIlIH & t'OLMJUT
1 am prepared to Furiiisli
li.-Klit'K and eiilleiiieu with
Ilie . Finful Morocco Shoes
and I'reneli-Call JIooIn, all
made to Order and in llesl
Heavy work, (ouilable. for
all kinds ol weather, and
1'or roughest larm work.
Customer may rely upon
my Goods be in;;- what they
are represented Ho'-madc
and best qualify.
Calt a iitt se 6tir work.
't'ry, Mo March 7 t7'l,
rpiIIS IiAKKHY WILL SUPPLY YOU WITH
siiihl, Healthful Hread.
Cheaper than you enn make it, and gave
you the vexation of often sccinq all your
i ctrsi unie uuutjn turn oui uaaiy.
Tbo spring and summer season will soon bo
here, nnd In order to make It profitable to my
customer uy lurninuing tnem orcatt cnonpor tlian
thoy havo herctoforo been ablo lo cet it. I will
sell tickets, each of which will bo good for a ten
cent lonf of broad, at tho rnto of 13 for SI, thus
..t..tn 1 '10 ....!. .. I 1 r. .1-1, ... '
iviu pi.tf. .ivi.u ui uiuauiui u uoiiur.
MY STOCK OF
13 LAIIUIS AM) VAHIIil), AND I KlIIU'
iiU'J VIS.V.H IJUALITIUS AS
WELL AS STICK CANDIES,
Also, Fijs, haisint, ,(:., anil all kinds uf
iuca lomxa, sponge, iicmon,
7a, Scotch and Ginqcr.
.wi Ktntis oi Miict ami j'astrics mut e In
order. All orders should be given at
icasi two aays m aavance.
TVJOTIOI! is hereby given that lettora of admin
a tstrauon wcro urantcd to tho i.niler.Un..i
on tho calato of Jumoa Porter, deceased,' by Iho
Clerk of Iho 1'robato Court of Lincoln county.
Mo., on tho 12th ilayof April, 1872.
All persons buying claims against snld estate
nro rcuulrod to exhibit thorn to tl, ,i,i,,t
for altowanco within ono year from tho dalo of
I."";'' ur, ,luv' m!,y "e prccluiled frmn any
benefit of said estuioi nni if not ...,il,n,..t
wiihln io years from tho ilito of euld luttcrj
-v u. luitvir uriea.
I "'-.Villi's II II PVitun, Ad,
p r lALV:.
CAKE & McLELLAN,
Real Estate Agents,
Troy. Lincoln Counij, jlo,,
Hay f.ti'l !cll l.aml, laj axe lor .Von
rt'ltlrnlF., Clic Atitracts uf 1lllc.
Write Deeds, Mortgage, l'lat
ol I an.U, Ac.
T!if OUrr for (hp KoHtntJn?
ti. 1 Itnprovol farm, IS9 acre. 3 n. Va
;.,-iliwet of Auburn, 2 milf r.f r. -Is id r,
milc. f lock mad, 3 acre in eultfvan n, 1
o. re? splendid tiiaUr, bvr.-lug 1,, 'isc I ' t .
r-r, stable an 1 corn crib. l'rie flit'. . . ."i i
, ash, balance on ttaie.
Xei. 'i Cal land 6 miles .outliwc-t . f Tr
jnacrts in the tniddle of lUv cojl lie. 1 an i
within IOC yards of the shiTt jt the Link mlnc
I'ricc J2000, half rash, lahace on time.
No. .1202 acres unimproved timber land
S'$ mile: south of Millwood add adjoining Wct
prairie, l'rico ?SU0, third ca.-h, balance on lung
No. 5 House nnd lot In Troy, frame lomf
20 by 411 and one story high, 4 rooms, clo.ct
ioko house, cirtcrn, shrubbery, Ac. lotlii'J i,t
1L0 feet, let) yards frem town srtlnr. l'rico an"'
terms $1000 cash,
No. Varm of I IV acres, 1J miles of Mos
cow Mill, 20 acres In cultivation, i'J a' res gool
timber, IR bearing peach trees l'rico 2u per
acre, two-thirds cash, balance 6n time.
No. 751 acres timber land, underlit.l .ri,i-
coal, 2'i mile! of Moscow. Price 2J t. r a-rc
two-thirds casb, balanco on tine.
No. M Improved farm of 9.1' -crcs. oil!
mllo from tho court house In Troy. 25 a res In
Itlvatlou, 2i acres In i.asturc and toci.d . t bit
fivo year uld apple trees. 21 neach In c.. 45 ncres
plendid limber, 2 stoiy frame IS by 24 and nn
i story is by 21, nil in e-ood retia r. smoko
bouse, chicken house, stables and crib, A ' I
tobieco born of fillers, good will, l'rico an I
terms S15 cash per acre. Just the nlaco f r a
btrson who desires to carry on a small farm.m.l
also get tho benefit of giud schools in Troy f.ir
No. Jl Improved farm of SO acres 3J4 miles
cist of Trov, 25 acres in cultivation, 55 ncres
ood timber, log house lii bvla, I Wstortcs, sin iko
house, corn crib and stables, 125 uung fruit
trees in bearing, l'rlcc t35 t er acre, two third
cash babneo on time.
No. 10 Improved fjrm of 0 ncrc 2 nilia'
south of Troy, .15 acre in cultivation, 15 hctc
In grass and 30 acre limber, houje H by l-t. I j
stories, kitchen I I by 1(1, smoko hou.-, .el', .
itde sheded on to i les, granarv, crib nnd -. n
house. AM theo building-, are new and 'til.
star.ti-tl. Well an.', p-md of ftoek w.itc . 25 en
lo, 25 1 each and fl peir trees of cv llcnt I'm
rico 3U dols. per acre, two tl.irJc . '. a b-l.m i
No. M I.nnrntcd farti. of 200 -icre. : m '
nerthwest tf Irt.y, 70 acres in cult...!-- I "
acres timber, 2 slorv house IS b 2uub 1. k.i
cben lii by 21 one "tory, sinoko h.usc w! be ,i.r
ntlerit7it deep, "tables, corn erib, m ,v 7 tir
toba-eo b tro, splendid oreh trd of 7 '.o tru .o
bearing, cotwi-ting of apple, puiche., pen-,
plums, f-prtculs, nectarines, cherries. N' w and
'ommo'llotis scuool houso ue.ir. rn" 2'' I"
per acre, half caa, balance on time .v Mi ,tit in
No 11 Improved f t-m of 0 acres 2' , mi'ei
west of ChVut of Kiek, in a (iermm n- ighbor
liood, 10 acres in cultivation, 10 u!rc- Cat- t.uib
bolide, s-uoke house, goud .-cll, stable, tol.a,',
barn, iifpie nnd pencil orchard, new f"h ..I b u
close nt hand, l'rico j20 per aero, h ilf a!i.
balanco on time.
No. Ill Improved f.irm of 200 ncro I m:le
cast of Trov nnd 2 mil-, of Mi.ieow ,. lit. Hut
acres fenced, 0 eC'e In eMltivnii.m, 20 ncres m
Km', 101 acres timber, 2 sio-v hnu'o. 2)s3o,
cellar under it, stnuku lu.uc, ridendid well, sin
hlc, largo crib, 2 lobuceo ln;n, I. Ill npplo tree-.,
pears, pc.icbu", cberrie, gripes. I, und proilii,-.,,)
j0 bushels et.rn per aero thu yen. Now seli, j
Houso completed nnd paid for eonvenu nt. rrlev
1M per acre, half cash, balance ,,n time.
AO. ii I iu acres, improved tarm. 01 acre.
fence I nod in cultivation, si.kndid timber, in -
cfti'ling a good sugar camp, 30 benring f run tr, es,
two-stury log lioutc, lathed and plastered. Monk..
bou'c an I outbuilding., X splendid spring- on
the farm, This lartu i f,fanii!c from Trn and
hall that di't.meo from St L A K Uai road. l'riee
No. 1,1 110 acres of splendid 1 r, 1 b.eite.l
rcir tSe north line of ibis county. The r,.ek
road Itota Auburn nnd the St I. A K ltr b, ib run
through till" tract. About ..tie half of thi land
is fenced anil lias six dwelling lintcc Incited a
lificrcnt points nn it. biables, ciibs nnd tobacco
barns a e largo and well built, anil nl convenient
points on Iho fnim. 'J ho entire tract is oliurcd at
tho very low figure of J2.I ,er aero. Cr wc will
fell tracts of Ml acres, 12n ncres, I Co ncres, SOU
acres: at a small luhnnce on tho nbuvo mice.
according to tho Jiiip'ovor.icnt? and loc.itiuii oT
the narlieular tri.ct desired by the l urcliaser
No. t Improved farm of fill acres fe-nced
and -10 ncres in eullii ation, large house) I '-j
stories high nnd a kitchen 12t 1(1 j spring within
short diitnnco, 1 good springs nn tibico; I0H
fruit trees of apples, peaches, (berries, plums,
pears ; within ono mile of n grist nnd saw mill,
i miles south of Troy, l'rico $15 per acre.
7to. i7n 1 acres, small houso and about I.,
ncrca cleared and under fence, 12f acrca of
timber, 5 miles north of Troy, l'rico $500,
Tio. Its 1 our well improved, splendid r.irms,
lying In ono bodv of 525i aero, : will bo sold
stparatcly or together. IflO neros has large!
dwelling houso with 7 rooms, 2 porche, tin l of
tho bouio new, beautiful slto, with largo sh ido
trees In yard, 2 tenant houses in tho yard, smoko
house, well of living water and a cistern, now
barn JbvlljoIJ stable ; granary, corn crib;
plenty of stock water; 500 young thrifty npplo
trees of selcclol fruit, 100 cholco Irult trccM in
bearing, and never fail any year. All well
fenced in fields of convenient site, panturos and
meadows well set in grass and clover, 30 acres of
fino Umber. This Is, and hns been lor years,
the model farm of tho township, l'rico $:)." per
aero. 1C0 acres has dwelling I101130 1 li storios
high, isIS x20 with I, kitchen, corn crib nnd
stable, all now ; 40 neroi fenced nnd in cultiva
tion, 120 timber, l'rico $20 per acre. 120 has
dwelling Kix:'.'i with L porch on south sido of
house, smoko houo, cistern well, stables nnd
cribs; lund all well fenced, f.O acres In cultiva
tion and meadow, l'rico 25 dols. per aero. 85)$
acres, 40 aoros in cultivation, 15 acros inendow,
no buildings, 30 acres timber, l'rico 20 duls. per
ncro. l'rico of Iho cntiro tract of 525 ncres,
$22 50 per acre. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, balanco
No. It) New two-story dwelling nnd Slots In
town of Troy. House 10x20 with L 10x28, por
tico In front nnd porch on buck, 0 largo rooms, rt
elosot, well of living water, largo cistern; smoko
houso and stable. Largo number of fruit trees
In bearing, npplos, poaches, poars, sweet cher
ries, uiorilln cherries, plums, f(ulhccs, A-c. W t If
In two squares of churches nnd schools, l'rico
two thousapd dollars.
No. 'it Improved farm 49 ncres of splendid
land In 11 (Icrninn neighborhood, In a high statu
of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoko houso
nnd slab 0, some fruit trees, l'arm well watered.
Wlthlii 1 H mllo of Chain of Hocks and 1 M mllti
of Mouth of Dig creek, l'rico 1500 dols.
In this enllghtoned ago not many purchasers;
strangers especially, hlro conveyances and rldo
over tho country In soarch of a farm for sale,
whou there U a Ileal Esiato Agonoy to bo found,
Wo ndvertlso extensively nnd systematically, and
owners desiring to sell, ami purchasers wUhlng
to buy, each earnestly hunting for tho other nnd
bis own Interest, secure tbo greatest possible
safely and defpatch on tho ono hand, und tho
least expense of tlmu nnd moaey for search on
tbo other, by placing In our Agency tho salo or
pure-hajo of any property,
Wo ronulro pnrlics desiring to sell property to
sign a contract describing the same, naming tho
length of llmo tho property is to remain for salo,
prleo and terms, and binding tho owner to pay
our commission if a salo is effected.
Our CejuiuilsHlons If tho prlco docs not
exceed $d00, our eouiuiUslon fur salo will bo $20,
llegulnr commissions on all sales 2!f per cent.
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